34 Burst results for "Irani"

"irani" Discussed on The Body Serve

The Body Serve

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"irani" Discussed on The Body Serve

"As a rinca against mcgrath. Oh mertens against the jabber and then if this match happens. It's going to be the rumble in the jungle. The shot heard around the world. Danielle collins against arena suppleant. There's a lot of good stuff. Eros yes so those are the third ramp. The potential third rounds that you were reading out critic of like we said she has not missed her year in singles alone. Surprisingly she's at this point now where she's a top ten player grand slam champion. Who picked that at the start of the year but when you combine it with her double three times singles title list in two thousand hundred twenty one and then her doubles prowess right now. This is one of the most well rounded tennis players going right now period yet. We were doing our due diligence before this episode. And i like to do like a rundown of the top eight seeds and how they've performed at the us open and what they've been doing lately so her best result is the third round of qualifying way back in two thousand fourteen. She's no main trails and singles at the tournament. But like so. What else has craig ben up to this year. Obviously we know. She won rolling girls wimbledon round of sixteen. Oh also very very minor. She won four doubles titles including rolling girls the olympics and the mix title at the australian open. There's i mean she is the most successful player this year across single and double. You just mentioned this this nice. Little nifty spreadsheet that you do. I'm sitting here trying to figure out whether you're trying to trip me leah trap and see what i would do because under the comment section for carrying applicable. You have that. She's yet to beat a top ten grand front. That was a copy and paste error. That was referring to that guy that we don't speak off and it was just a you know. He has a very specific name. That you use for him. When we're making notes for the show will not repeat right now. It is an animal. It's three levy that young lovers anyway. My trust levels in your research is it's lagging right now because of fair enough. So critique of opens against a qualifier mud innovation. konta Is an exciting first round. Possibly in that little section sarah irani is back. You know got a direct entry back in the first round here against alexandrova evita as aranka. You know i really. I don't know how to call this. She's been a little bit hit. Mislead leash took a bad loss to bharti. And i mean a lot of people have recently. But i'm just not getting that feeling from her that it's an run to the finals. Are i mean these players have boats of form in spurts. Letter at the air move with was unbeatable. Almost choose impregnable for now. She suffered an injury. And it's it's hit or miss a lot of mrs lee. Yeah but then you get a thorough match between beacon and maruta and that could be catalyzing win for either of them yes absolutely viga is historically more successful at this tournament. She's been in three finals. Mera's best result. Here is a fourth-round really. It's not our favorite slam. So i honestly hope that those two face off in the thurgau. Because i think it'll be a very interesting. Matchup moore also had very little success at cincinnati until she wanted the exactly. I mean we know she can play on hardcourts so she's the kind of player who sometimes upends expectations and can win. Titles at big events and just like crap out at smaller ones there as well. Somebody who's also had an incredible twenty twenty one their a lot names here if you go by. The ranking of sixteen would be mugabe against critic and some linka against martin's. The men's draw is headlined by novak djokovic coal twenty time grand slam champion alongside roger federer and rafael nadal. With those other two gentlemen am i a at the. Us open novak. Djokovic is the only one with a chance to get to twenty one at this tournament. Yeah well that's that's the first the second not so little bit is he's won the other three slams the year so this is his chance for a calendar year slam. He went after the golden calendar slim. That didn't happen losing at the olympics but now he arrives in new york looking to break the all time record and also achieved. This calendar slammed that has not happened on the tour. Since rod labor did at the very start of the open era no doubt the olympics were a huge disappointment for novak so part of kind of setting your mind. Right is getting past that. He didn't play any lead up tournaments to the us open which is very unusual for him and this draw is feeling a bit. Like novak in the seven dwarfs which you may know it was a very uncharitable coinage From the ninety s when a reporter called the women's tours steffi graf in the seven dwarfs that sounds like christine brennan was it. I i knew at one point. Which writer did and i think we talked about it in our steffi episode but this is the future this is novak versus the future and a lot of these. Young players are untested okay. We're gonna do in a little bit differently. I'm gonna put you on the spot where the people who can beat novak. Let's start there. Well who are the people who can beat novak in best-of-five five. And i don't i don't know who they are. Where are the. I'll rephrase the question where the people who could challenge novak feasibly. Ah medvedyev okay. To me is is kind of the number one. And i think he's somebody who would most relish playing the spoiler and he's actually number two on the bottom half of the draw so they would not meet until the final if they both won their for six matches. Now i mean this isn't revolutionary here right on novak's side of the draw the guy who potentially could do it or could challenge him is somebody. We don't wanna see winning anything but that guy out of everyone here. What i think there are a couple other people bertini maybe but on hard courts I don't know maybe it. It all depends on novak's form really. He's nursing an injury right. He took off the summer hard court tournaments to get his body right for this monumental ask but he's going to be undertaking and despite being a wizard on hardcourts. He has only one the us open three times. And i know it sounds ridiculous to say only three times but by his standards. It's a little bit low. I mean adult has one more. Us open's them. Dragevic dot puts that into perspective. It is surprising now. I think he's been given a draw where a lot of the really difficult guys are going to take each other out Because somebody who i would say could challenge him is or catch but then he has to get past bertini in the fourth round to then play novak in the quarterfinals in novak's section. We've got go fat as the third round seated opponent or nishikori. Gopher has to open against mckenzie mcdonald who had a great tournament at washington. I believe and i. I was looking up. Nishikori could be tough. And then i was like. Oh wait. now. Know their head-to-head seventeen and to well not only that corey only plays five-set matches in the first week of grassland. Right that's all he does and so by the time he gets to his very consistent while in his prime his very consistent round of sixteen quarterfinal stage. he's gassed yep yep karachi of Is the number twenty. One seed serious downswing on his ear emily star. Yeah dumi nar haven't really heard from much from him lately. Maybe there's somebody like ago. Who could be crowded. Who could catch fire again. Johnson brooks be is in that little section. Could get through if alex or taylor. Fritz kind of fizzle out. The i mean demon our first round against taylor. Fritz is not easy ride demon our one east born back in june and he's recorded a single win since then two guys who could make deep runs here they get get bunched together in the same little section sebastian cuarto and lawrence and what seti both unseeded but corto would have to play public arena boosting the second round and said he would have to play a palca in the second round to then potentially play each other in the third round..

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"irani" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"irani" Discussed on Asian Enough

"I think i'm going viral. And so that helped and then like you said. The persians of embraced me so first of all living in los angeles because population of iranians. Outside of iran aren't la. And then when i go to my shows depending on what city i'm in there's going to be sometimes twenty persian thirty percent. Irvine fifty percent persian. And they're coming up afterwards and speaking farsi to me. I'm speaking back. I said this half-jokingly if you wanna be a comedian or a singer with a good career be part of a community that has been kicked out of their country so whether you're palestinian or in my case you're iranian. Iranians are everywhere. So wanna go to australia australia but a lot. Irani show of sweden. Iran is show up when i go to london the power of the internet power the internet well to pivotal but to go off of what you said in a twenty fifteen interview with the la times you said. I don't consider myself iranian comedian. I consider myself a comedian. Who happens to be of iranian descent. I'm curious what you meant by that. And do you still feel that way absolutely. I think the key is because when you say. I'm gonna run comedian. You just pigeonholed yourself like this is. I'm playing for this community. this is what i'm doing. I'm gonna ryan comedian. Truth is yes you go to. My social media is probably a lot of references persian..

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"irani" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"irani" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Minutes for the bottom of the hour. We're with C Square, of course. Join us on FB Live We love to see you. Couple of things. If you would mind Chris before we get to the bottom of the hour, and when we return, we'll return back to our nation's Capitol and the Supreme Court, But I'd like to get your take. I mean, this just keeps on going. The events with Israel, Hamas, etcetera, but you also have the U. S and Russia. Uh, there's questions about military activity regionally, speaking and in the Arctic, specifically There's also China making moves and Putin shaking his fist and saying, you know, For those of you that want to take me down. I will not your teeth out. I mean, is this all real? Yeah, it is all real theise really amassed activity, you know? I think there's a really simple solution to this that Hamas who stops firing rockets at Israel, I think that the Israelis, there's a very, very clear cause effect here if Hamas stops Trying to shoot it. Israelis. Israelis will stop shooting at Hamas and they haven't gotten there. Yet. Benjamin Netanyahu clearly does not is not putting a lot of stock in President Biden's efforts. To get a cease fire between the two sides and the Israelis. You're taking full advantage of the opportunity to put a very big dent in Hamas is network. They clearly have way more rockets than the Israelis had pre previously thought. So that's going to continue until at some point that how much leadership feels that they need to stop. Um, you know, you have Putin shaking his fist. He feels a lot of pressure internally. He's up for reelection and He's sensitive. And you know, we've competed regionally. What? There with the Russians during the Cold War in the Arctic, It seems to be no pardon the pun but be heating up in the Arctic. Um And, uh, you know, you have the Chinese now now really concerned about the U. S. India, Japan and Australia linking together. Informally to move closer relations economically and militarily. The Chinese are looking this at this as a you know, a Cold War era strategy, an alliance against them. Actually, the Chinese would just simply will honor their local agreements on stop trying to claim territories that don't belong to them as their own. I think they'd find a better a better level of engagement. You believe, change it of administration that there have been implications associated with that. With policies, expressions and even military exchanges like we're seeing with Israel. Um, I don't. I don't think this is a result of changing administrations in Washington. Um, you know, the relationship in Israel particular between the current between Netanyahu and on Biden is nearly as as strong as it was with Trump. It never would be, uh, providing Eyes, fighting off a very concerted effort from his left flank. People who want to literally cut off aid to Israel because of what's going on right now on Biden and his, uh Anthony Blinken, the secretary of state is very clear about the U. S support for Israel and who is to blame in this instance. I think that you see a continuation of what has been going on globally. Before this. This This activity with Hamas was likely to happen at some point and what you see globally The particularly with China, not a lot has changed, particularly with the Chinese The threat. The tariffs that President Trump put in place are still there. The the Bride administration has not roll them back. So I think that you see that, Actually, there's more. There's less daylight between a Biden approaching a trump approach on China. It's a difference in how you message it, I think, but I don't think in terms that people think the United States is a weaker country now undertaking greater advantage. Because Biden is president supposed to President Trump, but we have the obvious utilization of Hamas by the Iranians. And now the reports that Israel has shot down armed Iranian drones. Leads to believe that a mosque maybe the middle man, but this is really a nice Iranian Israeli issue. Oh, indeed, In fact, the Hamas sketches, equipment and its missiles from the Irani and so it has always been, You know, Iran has proxies in Hezbollah and Lebanon and Hamas. On the guys that because they're useful, they're useful boils for Iran, where runs not directly involved, but they can use him to harass the Israelis. The conflict is really and always has been between the Israelis and Iran. Since 1979 60, you know, the Egyptian Israeli peace treaty and then the fall of the shot. The dynamics in the Middle East are now where you have two blocks moderate Arabs and Israel against the Iranians. And no, I don't know how much of an impact the the engagement with the Biden administration and the Europeans with Iran on the nuclear deal. We'll have it this point. But I do know that increasing Iranian efforts to undermine regional stability in the Middle East are going to have an impact on the U. S ability to engage in the nuclear pact. So All these actions by Iran or counterproductive to their long term interests in terms of trying to join the international establishment and roll back U. S sanctions on Iran. Final point in a brief one. Is there a level of expectation amongst those on the left specifically in The A L. C camp that is calling for tremendous actions against Israel that Israel is not allowed to respond when Hamas Fires missiles into Israeli territory that they're not supposed to respond. And how is it that Israel's to blame in their minds when Were shots fired came from Hamas. Well, I mean, I wouldn't I don't support their rational but the judgment as I understand it is that, uh the Israelis are responsible for the plight of the Palestinians that they would actually give the Palestinian state Negotiating good faith, and there was a Palestinian state. None of this would be going on. And so therefore Israel is ultimately to blame for the fact that this is happening that's contact, convoluted and contorted thinking. Thea's rallies have tried or since the 19 nineties. They have in every case brought concessions to the table. They have done significant work within their own bounds of politics. It has been the Palestinians who have been unwilling ultimately, to get to yes and They have separate from that, and they're you know, the power of the plight of the Palestinians is a tragedy, but they have to own particularly the West Bank leadership..

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Gov. Newsom Delivers State Of The State Address From Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium As Recall Threat Looms

Morning Edition

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Gov. Newsom Delivers State Of The State Address From Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium As Recall Threat Looms

"Night, Governor Gavin Newsom delivered his annual state of the state address this time from Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, which has served as a mass covert 19 testing and vaccination site. Governor speech focused on the pandemic stole in California and how the Golden State will recover with Maura. Here's KQED politics. Reporter Guy Mars Irani Newsome spoke for roughly 30 minutes, but it's 2021 agenda can be summarized in one line, getting kids back to school, getting shots and arms getting economy back on his feet. These are urgent priorities. School re openings. Vaccine distribution in economic recovery will go a long way toward determining whether Newsome can reverse his slumping approval numbers. On Tuesday night, the governor touted the billions of dollars he's budgeted in just the last few weeks to send Californians $600 checks and thunder return to classroom learning. He also acknowledged that his response to the pandemic has not been flawless. I know our progress hasn't always felt fast enough and look, we we've made mistakes. I have made mistakes, but we own them. We learn from them, and we never stop trying of the 3600 words that Newsome uttered recall was not one of them. But the governor did have response to critics who are trying to remove him from office. We're not going to change course, just because of a few naysayers and doom stairs, hours before Newsome took the field at Dodger Stadium. Republican gubernatorial hopeful Kevin Faulkner started swinging. In a recorded speech, The former San Diego mayor said Newsom has been slow to help students and small businesses. Gavin Newsom Has had almost unlimited emergency powers for a year. For months. We gave him the benefit of the doubt. Time and time again. He has completely failed on delivering the basics. The campaign to recall Newsome from office has one week to deliver the signatures they need to qualify in election.

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"irani" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The Clancy books. I read the Brad Thor books. I read the Judge Jack are books. I read the damn still the books. I just I'm addicted to him, and I don't play favorites O in the Vince Flynn books. Of course, none of them none of them can right. Hand to hand combat. You know when, when, when it's just one guy and another guy, and they're fighting it out with a knife in their fists. No one describes those fights in the vivid way that you do. It's like it's like watching a movie play out on the pages before my eyes, So that's I mean, that is your wheelhouse. You're the best at it so well done, and I can't wait often has re read your books before you get the new one out here. What I actually do have one other bit of news, actually, And this is a little bit of. Ah, bonus is that for years, people have told me one of their favorite characters is one of the female protagonists of your surroundings, planned to do an entire Logan West story about her. But instead and I did a bunch of research for this story. I starting next week, I'm gonna sit down and write maybe 101 150 page novella and just published that on Amazon for fans because you would not be even shocked at how much How much correspondence I get on her. So so there is actually going to be a bit of an American Irani Origin story, but it does take place after the events of rules of war Could. Is it too late to get it as a graphic novel, cause she sounds so hot. Yes, Of course. I had to make her the machines. He's a beautiful Italian, Ethiopian. You know, the daughter of the DC Italian homicide detective and an Ethiopian immigrant? Yeah. Yeah, She's a great character, and I look forward to that as well. Right. We've got to leave it there. Happy veteran state to you. Hopefully we advanced the cause on the burn pits a little bit here, Matt Bentley and please keep me informed as you continue your efforts to bring light to that topic. Always thanks where I really appreciate it. Let's take it now. Withdraw. Thiss report, sponsored by Compassion International north bound to 70 remains closed for a serious crash and the investigation at the top of the hill after 109 and high its town. Now, North bound I 95 is also moving at a crawl from Lord rode up to a crash in the left lane at the Fairfax County Parkway. Now from garage door repair dot com. The W M A. L. ABC seven Storm Watch forecast. We have the potential for some heavy rainfall and some ponding on the roadways. Also some isolated flooding as well. Have a flash flood watch.

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Show 33  Cornacopia of Comedy "The Sequel"  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Show 33 Cornacopia of Comedy "The Sequel" - burst 1

"So let's hear a little bit of runny Kenny. Thank you very much. Is excited about doing I got too excited today. I did a setup tried when those lately. I got real lightheaded I. Stop that immediately boy. I got up grabbed a beer and a cigarette and laid back down again an. Exercise Guy. You are what you eat. What's that supposed to mean? Look deep fry people. Got To get new friends. My friends are always bragging about their exercise. Irani are invite models today. That's great. I own a car. I drove forty miles with a beer between my legs. Buddies drink whisky there's a I don't know whiskey drinkers are smarter than beer drinkers but they they do think fast they come out a great excuses got trouble. It's like a cop pulls over a whiskey drinker you're speeding I've got to go on eighty five on the radar. Possible. So this is a stealth car. I bought from the Air Force you can't see it on the radar. About go ahead there. Same Cop pulls over a beer drinker receding of course, is speeding amount of beer. CANS are empty in the back if like. Cops are serious. Any of cops ask dumb questions or I don't know what the right answer is. I got pulled over recently cop says you always drive that fast. yesterday I do. Glad, you finally stopped me I was getting tired.

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Show 33  Cornacopia of Comedy "The Sequel"  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Show 33 Cornacopia of Comedy "The Sequel" - burst 1

"Let's hear a little bit of runny Kenny. Thank you very much. Is excited about doing I got too excited today. I did a setup tried when those lately. I got real lightheaded I. Stop that immediately boy. I got up grabbed a beer and a cigarette and laid back down again an. Exercise Guy. You are what you eat. What's that supposed to mean? Look deep fry people. Got To get new friends. My friends are always bragging about their exercise. Irani are invite models today. That's great. I own a car. I drove forty miles with a beer between my legs. Buddies drink whisky there's a I don't know whiskey drinkers are smarter than beer drinkers but they they do think fast they come out a great excuses got trouble. It's like a cop pulls over a whiskey drinker you're speeding I've got to go on eighty five on the radar. Possible. So this is a stealth car. I bought from the Air Force you can't see it on the radar. About go ahead there. Same Cop pulls over a beer drinker receding of course, is speeding amount of beer. CANS are empty in the back if like. Cops are serious. Any of cops ask dumb questions or I don't know what the right answer is. I got pulled over recently cop says you always drive that fast. yesterday I do. Glad, you finally stopped me I was getting tired.

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"irani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And our Children returned to Are there lonely environments as safe as possible. This is extremely exciting. Let's keep we'll keep talking about it, but we're going to take a break on my guest is Dr Gary Appeal. He is a surgeon. Who practices in Texas, and he isthe associate it with many star which is a big commercial real estate company down there that builds amongst other things, hospitals and things like you know, big facilities. In the the principal Monsour Irani, an engineer and physicist, has developed this product and if if it produces what The product seems to produce. It could be an incredible It may not destroy covert 19 but it would be an incredible incredible development and you will have heard it first. Here on night side. That's where we're talking about tonight 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30 Some of you out there. I know a more scientifically inclined than I am. And if you'd like to call and ask questions off my guest, Dr Garrett Peel. You are more than welcome, but I was against suggest, Get on early. My name's Dan Ray. This is night side. We're trying to every night bring you information that you may not hear elsewhere and bring you information that you may hear. Eventually we talked about the Duke research study on masks. I believe it was Wednesday night. Tonight, I was watching the CBS Evening news. Proximity. 48 hours later, they were talking about the Duke research study unmasks So we like to be ahead of the curve here on night site, and they think we're ahead of the curve on the I v P Air filter system Coming back on night side, more phone calls more conversation..

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"irani" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on WTOP

"Peak summer travel season the reduction of flights could mean slightly higher airfares United said it took the plane out of its schedule until at least September fourth American followed a few days a few hours later saying it won't use the plane until August eighteenth I can civilian flights can resume operations over much of the Persian Gulf in the Gulf of Oman region the Federal Aviation Administration says it made that decision because Iran has de escalated its military posture the FAA had barred American pilots and carriers from flying in areas of Iraqi Irani and and some Persian Gulf air space since early January out of concern those planes could be mistaken for military planes at the height of recent US Iran tensions Iranian forces accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet over to Iran killing all one hundred seventy six on board security vulnerabilities been identified in of voting app used during the twenty eighteen mid term elections the flaw was discovered by researchers at the Massachusetts institute of technology the researchers found that an adversary with remote access could know how someone voted and if if there were hacked actually change their vote it might also be possible for an internet service provider or someone nearby onion cryptid wifi network to know how you voted or even interrupt your connection to prevent you from casting your vote that is CBS news technology consultant Larry Machen there are concerns this year's census carries the same potential for may have his last month's Iowa caucuses both events involve a large population new technology that has not been thoroughly tested and an entire country waiting on the results this is the first once a decade census in which most people are being encouraged to answer their questions via the internet census workers to knock on the doors.

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"irani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fired more than a dozen missiles to US military bases in Iraq causing damage but no injury to US troops stationed there the attack was in retaliation for a US air strike ordered last Friday by president trump the targeted and killed Irani in general cost him so the money on Wednesday morning president trump promised a new round of economic sanctions against Iran but no new military action and while war between the US and Iran now seems unlikely the volley of attacks stirs fresh worry intention for the hundreds of thousands of Iranian Americans who call California home with me now issue crew merely an Iranian American psychologist and former board chair of the national Iranian American council and door nice marsia a former field organizer with the northern California chapter of the council welcome to you both thank you tell me first shoe and then door knobs how you heard about the drone strike that killed general so the money and what you begin hearing immediately from your own communities I first heard about it as a alert on my phone and use alert and the immediate thought I had was fear of war and I think that's what everyone in our community was afraid off or not are the same for me I got an Allard on my phone and the first thing I would cut came to my talk was that what would happen to my father was living at all but this happened to my grandparents who are in the wrong all of my loved ones and the fear of having a bar in the video on was really scary and are you able to communicate with these close relatives when something like this happens not that something happens all the time like this but our communications director in a situation like this decide the communication was direct but think about it this way there is a kind of a feeling of mistrust and moms that your own hands to avoid the government so there is always a fear that the government is monitoring your phone calls or text messages your emails all the communications you're having so that was kind of a thing the they couldn't have a direct communication with me about that and their concerns now I have not heard anyone in America say that they are sad that general so the money is dead he's being mourned in Iran like a true war hero but I'm curious how he is regarded in the Iranian American community here should clue well I you know I certainly my heart does not play for this person he has blood on his hands he sounds like a terrible person who's done terrible things my concern really is as an American what this does for me and my kids and my family here so the concerns that I've heard are really centered in our community around what this does to us and potentially unleashing not only a war but discriminatory discriminatory policies that may affect our community if you are a psychologist what has been important for you to explain to especially vulnerable people within your community like kids or Iranian Americans who have experienced trauma yeah I think we're going through a really an arc of trauma series of experiences that I've been very traumatic starting with a Muslim band the beginning of president trump administration then three years of escalated policies in language that I think is pretty racist and hate filled towards lots of communities of color in the country in the past week I think is really brought that to fruition in a powerful way right he's threatened war crimes to target cultural sites in Iran there have been a running Americans held at the border asked about their social media accounts asked about their political opinions as I think about kids in our community and how this makes them feel and I think the message they're really getting is that he doesn't consider them valued members of the American family I think that has a real profound effect on children I hope that people in our community or taking care of kids in that way can I ask both of you if you know people who might have been detained at a border doorknobs first yes I have friends friends of friends who being detained and at the border and they were kept for more than twelve offers with a kid that was really scary I'm talking about professionals they're working for tech companies in Seattle and they were detained in the border for more than twelve hours I I'm hearing reports of the Canadian border like it can be even longer than twelve hours right right well longer than twelve hours and I think also to remember like kids are watching this process like how does it feel for an American kid to sit at a border detained without questions being you know answered for no reason right what they're really being told as you're a second class citizen right they're being told that from their president they're being told that from the policies and from their experiences so that's really my concern for my community is how do we take care of kids how do we ensure that we're communicating to them the grown ups will manage the stresses we can vote we can understand politics but their experience is very different I think they need to be taken care of in a different way now you're a mom and how are you and your kids are not teenagers yet how are you talking to them about what has happened this week yeah I'm integrating a lot of what I tell my patients which as I try to be honest I try to answer the questions that my son who's old enough to have questions asked me but I also really know that the research shows too much exposure to language in visual images of the war can be really scary for kids so I think the big message I have is like protector kids talk to them answer questions and remind them that they're valued members of the American family I want to ask you both about social media during these times because I feel like this conflict is perhaps the biggest one since social media has really become a true force in our lives what have you seen on the platforms that you visit in social media that his worried you with regard to the Iranian American community and and really just the dialogue in general I'll start with or not most of most of my friends most of the people I'm following on social media are your audience or there are there yeah in Iran or living abroad but the thing is that well I think I'm so one thing I'm saying is that the community it's really divided over that so a group of individuals is specifically those who are living in southern California a little bit older they're really for the regime change even having a barbecue on the group Hey it's a Tom administration action out key of awesome soleil money last week so indie says there is a kind of a divided ness and monks are communities so I'm saying that the group of my friends went to awesome solely money morning so a few days ago it's kind of I'm getting different views from different kind of perspectives and a spectrum of your own an American community and Iran has it within your own shoe I'm really troubled by the court I think the coarsening of language around this issue and if we are going to go to war I think it's especially hurtful when role models like professional athletes there was a Major League Baseball player former giants player just this week who was tweeting about how he was apparently excited about the war so he could kidnap running and women and bring them here and so I I worry about how you know this is Aubrey Huff tweets that's right that's right yeah I think you know really inappropriate really scary and again what is the message that tells our community what is the message that tells our kids right the things like war sex trafficking kid that being women that these are all somehow okay so we've been seeing a lot of disturbing content I think in social media that really escalates a lot of hurt and make people feel unsafe I want to ask both of you what you think it means to be an Iranian American today I'll start with who who who who I always use the analogy of being the child of parents were divorcing in a really complicated aggressive way so I feel torn I have two parts of my identity I'm in America and I've been here my whole life essentially I immigrated straight to San Francisco is an infant with my parents being American is something I'm very proud of and I love my country and do the best I can to be of service to it but I also have this part of my identity that is a runny and that is my cultural heritage so I feel very torn and I think a lot of people in my community feel torn torn us but it's a little bit different for me I grew up my entire life in your on so I moved here in two thousand nine that's why I have a strong root to Iran but I'm seeing is really disappointing me so whatever I'm seeing in the U. is it's like as a sharp thing on my soul so a part of me really appreciate what the US offered me as a free country in terms of freedom of speech and having opportunity to pursue my passion and which was being an active base I couldn't pursue that in Iran on the other hand it's kind of a critical moment for first generation your audience so I always feel myself as a second class citizen thanks to both of you door knobs marsia former field organizer for the northern California chapter of the national Iranian American council and she could merely an Iranian American psychologist thanks so much thank you thanks for having me tomorrow the San Francisco forty Niners hope to continue their push to the Superbowl with the victory against the Minnesota Vikings the number one seed forty Niners ended their regular season with thirteen victories in just three losses anchored by quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in his single season career high twenty seven touchdowns it's also the first time in his six year career that he's reached the playoffs as a starter bouncing back from an injury that sidelined him much of last season and it's the first time ever that the forty Niners will battle in the playoffs at Levi's stadium in Santa Clara with me now is the host of the mark Willard show on KNBR mark Willard well come thank you very much for having me so the question is do the forty Niners benefit from this week off that they just had war or is it gonna kill their momentum now there's no question they needed if there's a conversation about that often in the NFL playoffs they call the rest verses Rost are there are teams that have come out sleepy at times in the past but the forty Niners no question needed this really for a couple of reasons I think both there was a physical rest that they needed there are some players who will be coming back especially on the defensive side back healthy kwon Alexander to cross streets are possibly D. for they're hoping he's going to be a game time decision I think they also needed a mental break the last half of the season they played some big time games and it was a big time opponent every week they went to New Orleans they went to Baltimore even the last game of the season going to Seattle and and getting a victory there so I I think they needed a mental break as well and this is as healthy as they have been all season what does the return of these players do for the defense what was missing yeah well it changes everything.

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"irani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"More than a dozen missiles at two US military bases in Iraq causing damage but no injury to US troops stationed there the attack was in retaliation for a US air strike ordered last Friday by president trump the targeted and killed Irani in general cost him so the money on Wednesday morning president trump promised a new round of economic sanctions against Iran but no new military action and while war between the US and Iran now seems unlikely the volley of attacks stirs fresh worry and tension for the hundreds of thousands of Iranian Americans who call California home with me now issue crew merely an Iranian American psychologist and former board chair of the national Iranian American council indoor nice marsia a former field organizer with the northern California chapter of the council welcome to you both thank you tell me first shoe and then door knobs how you heard about the drone strike that killed general so the money and what you begin hearing immediately from your own communities I first heard about it as a alert on my phone and use alert and the immediate thought I had was fear of war and I think that's what everyone in our community was afraid off it or not are the same for me I got an Allard on my phone and the first thing I would cut came to my thought was that what would happen to my father was living at all but of happened to my grandparents who are in the wrong all of my loved ones and the fear of having a ball R. ET be there on was really scary and are you able to communicate with these close relatives when something like this happens not that something happens all the time like this but our communications director in a situation like this decide the communication was direct but think about it this way there is a kind of a feeling of mistrust and moms that your audience to by the government so there is always a fear that the government is monitoring your phone calls or text messages your emails all the communications you're having so that was kind of a thing the they couldn't have a direct communication with me about that and their concerns now I have not heard anyone in America say that they are sad that general so the money is dead he's being mourned in Iran like a true war hero but I'm curious how he is regarded in the Iranian American community here should clue well I you know I certainly my heart does not play for this person he has blood on his hands he sounds like a terrible person who's done terrible things my concern really is as an American what this does for me and my kids and my family here so the concerns that I've heard are really centered in our community around what this does to us and potentially unleashing not only a war but discriminate discriminatory policies that may affect our community if you are a psychologist what has been important for you to explain to especially vulnerable people within your community like kids or Iranian Americans who have experienced trauma yeah I think we're going through a really an arc of trauma series of experiences that I've been very traumatic starting with a Muslim band the beginning of president trump's administration than three years of escalated policies in language that I think is pretty racist and hate filled towards lots of communities of color in the country in the past week I think is really brought that to fruition in a powerful way right he's threatened war crimes to target cultural sites in Iran there have been a running Americans held at the border asked about their social media accounts asked about their political opinions as I think about kids in our community and how this makes them feel and I think the message they're really getting is that he doesn't consider them valued members of the American family I think that has a real profound effect on children I hope that people in our community or taking care of kids in that way can I ask both of you if you know people who might have been detained at a border doorknobs first yes I have friends friends of friends who being detained and at the border and they were kept for more than twelve offers with a kid that was really scary and talking about professionals they're working for tech companies in Seattle and they were detained in the border for more than twelve hours I I'm hearing reports of the Canadian border like it can be even longer than twelve hours right right well longer than twelve hours and I think also to remember like kids are watching this process like how does it feel for an American kid to sit at a border detained without questions being you know answered for no reason right what they're really being told as you're a second class citizen right they're being told that from their president they're being told that from the policies and from their experiences so that's really my concern for my community is how do we take care of kids how do we ensure that we're communicating to them that grown ups will manage the stresses we can vote we can understand politics but their experience is very different I think they need to be taken care of in a different way you know you're a mom and how are you and your kids are not teenagers yet how are you talking to them about what has happened this week yeah I'm integrating a lot of what I tell my patients which as I try to be honest I try to answer the questions that my son who's old enough to have questions asked me but I also really know that the research shows too much exposure to language in visual images of the war can be really scary for kids so I think the big message I have is like protector kids talk to them answer questions and remind them that they're valued members of the American family I want to ask you both about social media during these times because I feel like this conflict is perhaps the biggest one since social media has really become a true force in our lives what have you seen on the platforms that you visit in social media that his worried you with regard to the Iranian American community and and really just the dialogue in general I'll start with or not most of most of my friends most of the people I'm following on social media are your audience or there are there yeah in Iran or living abroad but the thing is that well I think I'm civil one thing I'm saying is that the community it's really divided over that so a group of individuals is specifically those who are leaving in southern California a little bit older they're really poor the regime change even having a barbecue on the group's hates at trump administration action and doubt key of awesome solely money last week so in the sense there is a kind of a divided ness and monks are communities so I'm saying that a group of my friends went to awesome so a money morning so a few days ago it's kind of I'm getting different views from different kind of perspectives and a spectrum of your own an American community and it only has it within your own shoe I'm really troubled by the court I think the coarsening of language around this issue and if we are going to go to war I think it's especially hurtful when role models like professional athletes there was a Major League Baseball player former giants player just this week who was tweeting about how he was apparently excited about the war so he could kidnap running and women and bring them here and so I I worry about how you know this is Aubrey Huff tweets that's right that's right yeah I think you know really inappropriate really scary and again what is the message that tells our community what is the message that tells our kids right the things like war sex trafficking can that being women that these are all somehow okay so we've been seeing a lot of disturbing content I think in social media that really escalates a lot of hurt and make people feel unsafe I want to ask both of you what you think it means to be an Iranian American today I'll start with who who who who I always use the analogy of being the child of parents were divorcing in a really complicated aggressive way so I feel torn I have two parts of my identity I'm in America and I've been here my whole life essentially I immigrated straight to San Francisco as an infant with my parents being American is something I'm very proud of and I love my country and do the best I can to be of service to it but I also have this part of my identity that is a runny and that is my cultural heritage so I feel very torn and I think a lot of people in my community feel torn or not but it's a little bit different for me I grew up my entire life in your on so I moved here in two thousand nine that's why I have a strong root to Iran but I'm seeing is really disappointing me so whatever I'm seeing in you is it's like at a sharp thing on my soul so a part of me really appreciate what the US offered me as a free country in terms of freedom of speech and having opportunity to pursue my passion and which was being an activist I couldn't pursue that in Iran on the other hand it's kind of a critical moment for first generation your audience so I always feel myself as a second class citizen thanks to both of you door knobs marsia former field organizer for the northern California chapter of the national Iranian American council and she merry and Iran in American psychologist thanks so much thank you thanks for having me tomorrow the San Francisco forty Niners hope to continue their push to the Super Bowl with a victory against the Minnesota Vikings the number one seed forty Niners ended their regular season with thirteen victories in just three losses anchored by quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in his single season career high twenty seven touchdowns it's also the first time in his six year career that he's reached the playoffs as a starter bouncing back from an injury that sidelined him much of last season and it's the first time ever that the forty Niners will battle in the playoffs at Levi's stadium in Santa Clara with me now is the host of the mark Willard show on KNBR mark Willard well come thank you very much for having me so the question is do the forty Niners benefit from this week off that they just had or or is it going to kill their momentum now there's no question they needed if there's a conversation about that often in the NFL playoffs they call the rest Roces roster are there are teams that have come out sleepy at times in the past but the forty Niners no question needed this are really for a couple of reasons I think both there was a physical rest that they needed there are some players who will be coming back especially on the defensive side are back healthy kwon Alexander to cross the tar possibly D. for they're hoping he's going to be a game time decision I think they also needed a mental break the last half of the season they played some big time games and it was a big time opponent every week they went to New Orleans they went to Baltimore even the last game of the season going to Seattle and and getting a victory there so I I think they needed a mental break as well and this is as healthy as they have been all season what does the return of these players do for the defense what was missing yeah well it changes everything the first half of the season the forty Niners were a defense for the ages I mean they were really starting to to trend toward being a record setting type defense and then some of those names I mention started going out it made them a little bit more useful it took away some of the things that they really specialized on their defensive line throughout the first half of the season was unstoppable and because the Ford went out he's on one and Nick BOCES on the other without D. Ford offenses were able to slide all of their double teams over to Nick Bosa and sort of neutralize it a little bit it was still a good defense it just wasn't a great defense if they're healthy again they can go back to being great this week so if I am the Minnesota Vikings coach what are the weaknesses in the forty Niners that I'm looking to exploit especially if this defense is back firing on all cylinders the one thing that they haven't been perfect with all season is stopping the run in the Vikings have a very good running back his name is Dalvin cook and he is one of the best in the in the NFL absolutely and and the Vikings in general our team that likes to run the ball they actually switched up their offense of scheme this year from last year and played much better and and obviously made it to the playoffs this year which they did not last year and I was keyed by centering on the run game a little bit more that's the first thing they're going to try to do is get Dalvin cook going if the forty Niners can even slow him down a little bit they're going to be in a really good spot let's talk about Jimmy drop below two Super Bowl rings already but they come from his time as a back up to Tom Brady does getting eighteen into the Superbowl maybe winning the Superbowl.

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"On says it was mechanical failure that caused the crash of a three year old eight hundred Sears Boeing seven thirty seven but U. S. intelligence as electronic and satellite surveillance shows Irani an anti aircraft radar turning on and two missile launchers before the Ukrainian jetliner exploded midair in addition we have these new videos we've seen shop from neighborhoods where this plane was last tract one showing what appears to be the missile hitting the aircraft and other one showing and falling out of the sky and breaking apart and one on the ground which actually been shown on Iranian media of just the blasted debris streaking passes CCTV

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"irani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Westin from uber first word news we turned out to mark David thank you more than fifty people are dead and more than two hundred her after a stampede broke out in the field for a top Iranian general killed in US airstrike Irani news agencies report the stampede happens in general has some Somalis hometown hasn't seen will per session began officials delayed soul monies Merial citing concerns about the massive crowd after fighting to intensify security forces to force him an ally lawmakers out then as well an opposition leader one one bill enter the National Assembly today began the first legislative session of the year earlier the pro government group led by Louise Bauer which has claimed the presidency attempted to hold the session without a quarter after why dole entered lawmakers voted to recognize his reelection as head of the National Assembly for twenty twenty and rejected powers of ten claiming the role Porter Rico's been walked by another earthquake the latest one was a six point four magnitude earthquake that hit early today was followed three hours later by an aftershock measuring six they are the largest in a series of quakes sort of struck me was territory in recent days causing heavy damage at least one person has been killed widespread power outages have been reported lawmakers in Congress are feeling strong political pressure to reach a deal on lowering drug prices the issue was one of the few Democrats and president trump and vows to address even with the impeachment process heightened tensions in the Middle East on a presidential campaign getting under way government health programs expiring in may give lawmakers one deadline for possible drug pricing compromise global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron on quick take my Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in over one hundred twenty countries I'm more confident this is Bloomberg David thanks so much mark secretary pump in in his briefing early today made.

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"irani" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC news hi Todd at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force in usually unusually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two Irani insights someone very high level and important to Iran in the Iranian culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirm them long before the federal government actually asked agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden it I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candidate and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the president lease has a plan as a plant that this says that he's thought through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be buying that has a van invent not Iowa Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening to rise a hundred fifteen degrees authorities warning these temperatures along with high winds maintaining severe fire conditions in Australia.

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"irani" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Starts now ABC news I taught at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force and usually I'm usually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two Irani insights someone very high level and important to Iran in the Iranian culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirm them long before the federal government actually asked agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candidate and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the president lease has a plan as a plant that this says that he's thought through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be buying that has a van in Vinton ia Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening to rise a hundred fifteen degrees authorities warning these temperatures along with high winds maintaining severe fire conditions in Australia.

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"irani" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I am taught at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force in usually unusually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two Irani insights someone very high level and important to Iran in the Iranian culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirmed and long before the federal government actually asked the agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden do we want it now so I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candid and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the present at least has a plan as a plant that this said that he saw through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be by Matt has a van in Vinton ia Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening to rise a hundred fifteen degrees authorities warning these temperatures along with high winds maintaining severe fire conditions in Australia so we.

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"irani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati reaction to the overnight drone strike with the one o'clock report I'm Jack probably breaking now be on two trained at leading gate whether he had authorization in Iraq the question is how do we get out of Iraq that is Kentucky congressman Thomas Massie on WHAS this morning in the aftermath of a U. S. drone strike that killed a top Iranian general the U. S. drone strike in Iraq that killed Irani General Qasem Soleimani signals a shift in how the U. S. operates in the Middle East that's according to ABC military analyst and former state department official Steve daniar they said we're taking this guy out as a preemptive measure it as a defensive measure it's not offense of its not retribution but when the US sees that they need to take military action preemptively the policy is now changed and moments ago on the Senate floor Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Iran's master terrorist is dead he personally oversaw the state sponsored terrorism around use to kill our son and our daughters Iran's vowed revenge in securities being ramped up in New York City where mayor bill de Blasio says the fact that we face a new threat cannot and should not change people's lives it should simply make us more vigilant oil prices have gone up by nearly four percent since news of the strike Brian Clark ABC news now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic center you see health and science lives hope the right lane is closed eastbound Columbia parkway at four seventy one that includes the ramp to four seventy one closed as well as crews work to clean up the pavement from an earlier spill this week that clean up will continue this afternoon along seventy five south and Columbia parkway and the ramp to southbound for seventy one heavy right now north seventy five between the Norwood lateral and Davis street in the Lachlan split from an earlier accident nor seventy one pretty heavy now through the Lakland or through the lateral up to stored in the construction their heads up for a broken down eastbound on two seventy five on the shoulder between seventy one in Montgomery road accidents being cleaned up at this hour paddock wrote it laid law which State Street west of Seton Avenue Martin Luther king drive it Burnett Avenue and Wynton wrote it gray road I'm.

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"irani" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And stop general Iran is promising retaliation more from CBS is Cammy McCormick Pentagon statement says the US military carried out the air strikes at the direction of president trop it says Qassem Soleimani was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and around the region the strike it says was aimed at deterring future Irani and attack we order came without congressional approval Democrats you're saying you're put Americans at risk Middle East expert Joe syringe yoni we are very vulnerable in the region we just killed the D. leading general of the Iranian military forces that puts all US military commanders in the cross hairs the president says he holds around responsible for this week's attacks on the American embassy in Baghdad another terrorist acts CBS news military analyst Mike Lionel one now knows that the United States will go after whoever thinks it needs to in order to get them to stop acting in a manner that not in conjunction with the rest of the world there are more of accu Asians long Australia's southeast coast with two hundred wildfires burning on mostly out of control reporter Scott may even nearly four thousand people were stranded on a Victorian preached to escape the fine is the Australian navy's been called in to rescue them moving one thousand people at a time temperatures in excess of one hundred and ten degrees the death toll is expected to be high with more than two dozen people currently unaccounted for Scott moment for CBS news Brisbane Australia the trump administration says it'll banned the sale of fruit candy man to desert flavored E. cigarette cartridges but not menthol or tobacco flavored products CBS is kind of crazy that apartment of health and Human Services says virtually all E. cigarettes on the market or a legal having failed to apply to the FDA for authorization band flavors will.

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"irani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"irani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sponsored and directed and resource by around now our aim is to deter further Irani bad behavior but it's been going on now for over forty years it's time that Iran is started acting like a normal country asper made those comments on fox news eight months after engineering and unexpected victory prime minister Scott Morrison's handling of Australia's wildfire crisis highlighted by his trip to Hawaii just days after declaring a national disaster has stoked criticism over his political judgment a wildfire crisis has taken a huge toll eighteen people are dead more than a thousand houses burned fanning concerns that Morrison's pro cold policies are hurting a nation that appears to be suffering the brunt of increasing climate change Angela Burford of the New South Wales rural fire department talk to the severity of the fires about firefighters a tall it we we've certainly using everything that we have always throwing everything that we have a base file as odd as it stuff non stop it's absolutely relentless Taiwan's top military official was among eight people killed in an Air Force helicopter crash in mountainous terrain outside Taipei on Thursday five others survived general send you your main was responsible for overseeing the self governing islands defense against China residents of Indonesia's cap it'll Jakarta who have been forced into shelters by widespread flooding began returning to their homes Thursday as the water started to recede the death toll from the disaster stands at thirty global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries I'm mark mills this is Bloomberg Brian alright thanks very much and the time is not just about nine minutes past the hour let's say good morning to mark Pfeffer chief investment officer celos investments markets another really interesting day I I don't suppose I should ask you how Carlos Ghosn and the excitement surrounding that or at least the mystery surrounding that but maybe we can talk here about the market action it was quite a stunning day today and I think that maybe investors you know I've heard this over and over that great years are usually followed by good years rather than some kind of sell off and so they're piling in is that maybe too much a literal reading for your taste no I mean I think today was a real surprise but we had a strong lead in both from Asia last night and your markets also so I I guess from that standpoint wasn't surprised the magnitude of the mostly definitely was a surprise you know I I think January specifically it it's still a crapshoot on how the month ends up I do expect volatility over the course of a month but today definitely took me by surprise I don't really see a three hundred more points on the Dow today and essentially up a full percent however the the small cap market did not participate in a relatively mark what would you say would be the biggest tail winds propelling this well I think you had the power of news is behind us at least and now with it without any negative news coming the brexit news seems to be cleared up and the third thing is the fed by a record by reversing the course of a year ago and now doing three rate cuts on top of that aiding so much locally to market their buying sixty billion dollars with the T. bills a month which will come to an end soon but it really it acts as a form of security so the combination of all three of those things as positive I went to the market certainly service for for the rally that we've had over the last several months I was thinking the same except that the president now has been talking about phase two and he wants to go to Beijing and start the whole process so the question that we're curious about is whether or not this this raising a phase two means that investors you know should they be concerned or should they just embrace it it's a good thing well I think I don't really know exactly what the expectations are for phase two is it a rollback of of of the existing Paris so I think until it's fully exactly what the expectations are for phase two and quite frankly for each one is actually signed I think the market's going to be sort of watch the entire family before did you have for there to be positive and negative there sure sure absolutely have to acknowledge.

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"irani" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"irani" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Present a broad range of military options to president trump today as he considers how to respond to what administration officials say was an unprecedented Irani an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil industry Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman has he always said with regard to run is our goal is to deter conflict and put this back on the diplomatic path the president will be presented with a list of potential air strike targets inside Iran among other possible responses and he also will be warned that military action against the Islamic Republic could escalate into war millions of people are expected to join demonstrations demanding action on climate change in scores of cities around the world today including London New York San Francisco and Seattle Australia saw some of the first protests kick off this morning with more than three hundred thousand students and workers filling the streets of Melbourne Sydney and other cities across the country many groups are involved in organizing the strikes including school children trade unions environmental groups and employees of large tech companies such as Amazon and Google their demands are similar to reduce the use of fossil fuels to try to halt climate change vacationers watch out motorized electric bicycles are now allowed in Yellowstone and grand Teton and glacier national park's along with Wyoming's national elk refuge the federal government decided to allow the electric bikes wherever traditional bikes can go he bikes in traditional bicycles are barred from boardwalks no roots in nearly all back country trails out during conservation groups have objected to allowing them in parks without additional studies or public notice the change.

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"irani" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"irani" Discussed on KTRH

"Good afternoon rush about a big fans of my dad gave me a copy of see I told you so back in the early nineties thank you I appreciate that. thanks to my call all right I really got a bridge disagreements purchase that really drop got made fun of in the media but I see Greenland is being our fifty first state. I think it's a very easy purchase to make we can make them an offer they can't refuse basically give green one zero there's fifty eight thousand people that live in grain one Denmark gets nothing we can give every citizen man woman and child in Greenland one million US dollars cash. that's fifty eight billion dollars. and they become a state. the natural resources would be into the trillions we could even give them residuals like we do Alaska I mean we could give them all a fifty thousand dollar a year cut but what we take from when we got a week what what wait a second we have to re frame be nobody there is of the soul of the world is going to support doing this if you position this is giving everybody in Greenland a million dollars because I guarantee you. those people in the camps at the illegal immigrant concentration camps are going to want some and then the people LA homeless centers are going to want some you you you I know what you're talking about the purchase price if it were spread around if we buy it for fifty eight million their very lives there could get a million Bucks or fifty eight billion or whatever you said. why do you think there was such opposition to this one trump floated the Greenland still floating the idea. the fossil fuels why not and I'm sorry also fuels are not possible specs Irani aside that's another thing that's true but they're not so consoles these are these are fuels that are continually made. in the earth by nature this is not dinosaur fossils that were burning up that's right you're exactly right about that right away yeah sorry about that it's just the the lingo Justin permeated me but there's so many resources in brain let you know in in Greenland have autonomous rule you know Denmark does not you know great technically it's it's a welfare state you know it it did mark gives them three four billion dollars a year to flex their GDP you know it only ten percent of Greenland citizens are actually citizens are or die. call them most of them are in it which then you know pardon the language that you know ask about high you know natives and you know if you handed those people I mean why did you apologize to calling him into an Eskimos. are you now. yes who do you think you're offending. I'm sure there's well because that's what they are Democrats and it's all screwed them I thank god I learned that take a joke that is and and there it's not it's not a joke what he's talking about here folks is how much money down mark gets. from their ownership of Greenland and it's not much he's making the case that it's you know Denmark is not benefiting from as so trump wants to influence the idea buying Greenland and there is this outrage. throughout. the drive by media there it was double out range by my little tech bloggers that I follow. all they were they were afraid to trump wanted to buy Greenland to speed up the melting. they think trump wants to buy Greenland to speed up the melting so that he can personally benefit from saving it. somehow or that trump wants to buy Greenland dot hide the fact that climate change is destroying it. then it was all about climate change and trump wanting to buy a green one to hide how fast Greenland is melting. that's that's the only thing they saw in it. it's amazing it is amazing the way these people have been conditioned. two one just to thank I'm glad you called out there of. okay at one time it was at one time you know.

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Iran's Rouhani says he is open to talks amid rising tensions with the West

Investor's Edge

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Iran's Rouhani says he is open to talks amid rising tensions with the West

"Seven seven one down in France host French president Emmanuel Iran's president Hassan Rouhani says he is willing to meet with any world leader including president trump the crone speaking through an interpreter at a news conference with trump at his side president Rouhani said to that he was prepared to need for a home any political leader in the interest of his country for his part president trump defended his removal of the U. S. for the multi nation Irani a nuclear accord but said that the Iranian willingness to re negotiate an accord could make it better the crown argued that a nuclear deal with Iran is better than no deal at all

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Iran announces increase in uranium enrichment

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:12 min | 3 years ago

Iran announces increase in uranium enrichment

"Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder Irani officials confirmed today that he Ron will in rich its nuclear fuel beyond the current rate of just under four percent and peers Peter Kenyon reports to wrong calls it a response to the US withdrawing from the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement and re imposing sanctions on Iran at a news conference in Tehran Iranian official said since Iran hasn't seen the benefits from the nuclear deal by its deadline of Sunday it will take its second step to back away from its voluntary reductions to its nuclear program by upping its enrichment of uranium the decision to increase in Richmond above three point six seven percent concerns nonproliferation experts but they say much will depend on how high the additional in Richmond goes up to five percent they say would not be critical but if it reaches twenty percent or more alarm bells would ring to run is already exceeded the limit of low enriched uranium it can have Peter Kenyon NPR news Vienna near ons move the scene as a challenge to Europe for failing to deliver economic relief from US sanctions the running officials say they will take additional steps in sixty days but that did remains open to

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How to Use the Word "Tedious"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:22 min | 3 years ago

How to Use the Word "Tedious"

"Today's waters tedious tedious means to long slow tiresome monotonous boring or frustrating would be Ming list. Speaking radio channel loan, one new word every day and impressed, the world in this English cavalry lesson. You will learn how to use the word tedious Shaw that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English were cabinetry and speak English fluently and confidently devious spelled as St.. E D. U S, the word tedious is used to express something too long, or tiresome, for example, we can see that the rescue operation to move the animals away from the forest fire was extremely tedious wasn't easy to understand the meaning of the word tedious, listen carefully. How we can use the wood tedious in h different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight the entrance examination for a prestigious engineering college was held recently, most of the students complained that the physics PayPal was really tedious moving onto example. Number two eight the processes of court cases can often be tedious. It may take months. Once or ears for a case to come to conclusion example, number three of eight. Some either got admission in college fire away from his residents his daily travel to college was really tedious. And so he applied to the education board for change of college lettuce. Understand, example, number four of eight, Mr. Irani notice, that the clients had to follow a tedious process to get the loans sanctioned from his finance company. He implemented a mobile app based SAFA that really improve the speed and efficiency of the process. Imagine what all you can learn once you enroll with English-speaking institute, English phrases and idioms business English sentence structure, speak English fluently and confidently effective communication. Email drafting courses interview and GD success training to download this transcript, visit podcast section of that site, WWW dot B M consultants India dot com. Example, number five of eight these days. Many viewers prefer the shorter versions of songs in movies, orlea, the songs would last for five minutes, or even more in present times, some yours find such long duration songs to be tedious moving onto example. Number six of eight Janet was given an opportunity to present the achievements of her department to the senior board members. However, she received a feedback that presentation appeared tedious. She was advised that in future. She should make chateaux and focused 'Presentation 's lettuce understand example, number seven eight. There are many new airports being launched in India. The air travel is much faster as compared to road travel, and it offers. A much better alternative to the tedious road journey. Naturally frequent travelers are opting for this option. Moving onto example number eight or eight Ohio. The speed of Donut was slow and the process of downloading data was quite tedious, but present networks have phenomena speeds and the process has become quite fast.

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First day of U.S.-China trade talks ends; Trump's tariff hike set to take effect

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

07:22 min | 3 years ago

First day of U.S.-China trade talks ends; Trump's tariff hike set to take effect

"Day of the U S China trade talks came to an end. And guess what the tariff hike is still said to take effect. So what happen one of the many things we're going to talk about besides the subpoena of Don Trump junior, and what's going to happen there, Kate Delaney as we take you through yet another wild adventure. Who better to do it within the former congressman from Ohio from talk media news, and that would be Bob ney? Hey, bob. Hi, kate. How are you? Sometimes I feel like you. And I are on a log flu bride did you ever ride on any of those? Right. Right. We are. Yeah. It never ends. It's a loop a loop. That's what I mean. You got it. We're stuck in a loop. And we keep getting wet. So we've got these these Chinese trade talk negotiators who they do a couple of days of talks, and they're trying to rescue this trade deal. But it's his collapsing. Something awful. What does it mean to the American people because I say that this show is about how it affects you and me and everybody in in their backyards. What does this mean now that this tariff is going to soar and jump into effect because it's going to really I think ERC the Chinese, and I think goods are going to go up. Right kate. And that's what I like about your shows how the average American is affected. That's your topics and and this one is going to affect them. But I must say in the long term it hopefully will affect them in a positive way. What I mean by that is you know, we gave them most favored nation status temporary twice. And then you had the Gingrich Clinton permanent trade deal. Once that was done that was the end of a China got what it wanted and from then on out it just continued to manipulate us. It continued to drive businesses out then take over that product. And Jack the prices up eventually, which is what they did. And you had, you know, President Bush, you have President Obama, you know, Obama and Romney running against each other. It was who can be tougher on China. And then they all get elected, and they're not tough on China 'cause it's painful to be tough on China. If you wanna win in the end long comes Donald. Trump. It means what he says on this. When Trump has been relentless the only thing that tries government. Kate understand is aggression that anything they understand. If they think you're weak. So the bottom line is. Yes, some prices are going up soybean farmers or having a rough time, but the presence trying to get the end game the long run. So it's either, you know, step forward now and stop this get some pain while we do it some of the average marika's are gonna pay more prices. But if he doesn't do this is just going to continue to go up. So I think it's something that he may win on. And then then we will see prices drop in and more jobs created so yes, some pain, but in long in the long term for the working people some gain if he can put at least some breaks on this madness of what's been going on for fifteen to twenty years here in America. So no gain without pain. I love it. That's the tweet of oh moment for you for sure. And here's something else, you know, going in a different direction as we talk about foreign countries in our relationships and being held. Hostage or the president's stance. He he's certainly saw this that for the first time, the president has acknowledged that he asked members of his administration to examine whether they could prosecute the former secretary of state someone who you know. Well, I believe John Kerry what's going on with that. Because it's they're talking about that saying that he met illegally with Irani and officials. Well, you know on this one everybody that sink congress and travels we had we had a couple of members at one time Kate that went to North Korea. We had some well members used to go to Cuba all the time. And everybody said they're violating the low connect. That's what they always say. They're by letting Logan act and about Iran's government and carry had this friendship with Jimmy the reef for Mr. I think a curious to watch the former secretary of state to be public out there about certain things that you know, undermines the president. But spars anything illegal. I I don't think there. To be able to do that. With Kerry what he's done is not lobbying in a sense. But it's you know, his opinion is a former secretary of state. So I don't think it's going to be any legal action on Kerry. But obviously ministration doesn't like it 'cause carries high profile, and you know, his communication with Iran whatsoever. By the Trump administration is viewed as something they don't want to happen by I just see anything happening illegally to carry speaking with Bob ney, again, the former congressman from Ohio with talk media new, and we get the opportunity to speak with five usually a couple times a week. So here's a something that we've talked about a bunch North Korea. And what's happening there in the bully wars? They now we've seized one of their largest carpet. Does. Apparently, there was a scheme to bring in tons of coal, which would violate international sanctions. So what's up with this? This carrier was a big one. Plus, it's funny. The name of the carrier wise, honest, right and it had cold and they brought munitions before. But on this one, you know, North Korea. Fires a couple of missiles, and then we grabbed that ship. I have a suspicion. I talked some friends on Capitol Hill today, and they agree. There's a suspicion out there that we were talking with North Korea. Probably some of these ships went by we didn't do much about it. We were in communication with them. They fired some missiles we saw the ship, and we grabbed it sort of a message back to North Korea. You wanna do this far missiles, you don't wanna talk fine. We'll start to grab your ships versus no turning our our is away from some of them. And so that's we did under the sanctions, we we stopped it. But again, this is really not. Rating. I I was so hopeful it's so we're so many people up on the hill that watched North Korea in America over the years show to meetings by President Kim Jong etc. Etc. But right now, it seems like the talks are going south in a hurry. And so we'll have to see in the next couple of months. Can they communicate do they want to or is it is it done? I love it. All right. And on the lighter side. So which is better Madam secretary or veep? Madam secretary or beep. Yeah. Venom secretaries on CBS. I bet you haven't seen it veep is on HBO. I'm sorry. I haven't seen either one. Not five not Lor secretary, Anna veep. All right. So there you go who's your favorite veep of all time? Oh, wow. Gee, I mean, everybody made fun of him. But Mike, you know, I like Joe Biden serve with him. So there's are energy. There's I'm gonna pick one from both of them. How's that? I

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Amnesty criticizes Iran's mass arrests as US frees reporter

24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Amnesty criticizes Iran's mass arrests as US frees reporter

"Mass arrests in Iran have drawn criticism from human rights group. Amnesty International AP's Charles deal with desma reports. Some of those held included media workers comes the US freeze detained Irani reporter Iran arrested more than seven thousand people last year, including dozens of journalists Amnesty International calls shameless campaign of repression while the US released an American anchor woman for Iranian state television health the days as a material witness while Iran officials and state media have widely condemned the arrest of Marzia hush. She of the broadcasters English language channel Press TV the figures released by amnesty highlight the dangers those in the media face in the

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United States frees American-born anchor of Iran's Press TV

24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

United States frees American-born anchor of Iran's Press TV

"Comes to the US freeze detained Irani reporter Iran arrested more than seven thousand people last year, including dozens of journalists. Amnesty International calls a shameless campaign of repression while the US released an American anchor woman for Iranian state television health the days as a material witness while Iranian officials and. State media have widely condemned. The arrest of Mazia hush me of the broadcasters English language channel Press TV the figures released by amnesty highlight the dangers those in the media face in the

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North Korea constructing new missiles despite agreement with US: Report

Jim Bohannon

01:52 min | 4 years ago

North Korea constructing new missiles despite agreement with US: Report

"I'm Lisa Carter President Trump says he's willing to meet with, Irani and leaders but they aren't interested after Trump pulled the US out of an international nuclear agreement with Iran and threatened the country with historic. Levels of, suffering Tehran says there's no chance of a. Meeting right now the first trial in the special counsel probe is set to. Kick off today jury selection scheduled to begin in the trial of former, Trump campaign chief Paul. Manafort in Virginia the president's former campaign chair is accused of hiding at least. Thirty million dollars he made before his days with Trump as an unregistered foreign lobbyists for Ukraine and his former. Pro Russian president we're told the prosecution plans to call, thirty five witnesses including agents from the treasury department and IRS to show how Manafort allegedly stashed his wealth and overseas banks to avoid, paying US, taxes NBC news correspondent Heidi Prisma of more than a dozen wildfires raging out of control in cali- The car fire, burning near reading northern, California has now scorched more than one hundred, and three, thousand, acres and is only twenty three percent contained is killed six people and burnt, more than eight hundred homes and hundreds of other buildings North Korea may be working on new missiles that could carry a nuclear warhead to the. US the, Washington Post reports that US intelligence agencies think. That one or two intercontinental ballistic missiles could be under construction at a factory. Where North Korea has previously made missiles that can reach the east coast, of the US the. US and North Korea are currently working on plan for the possibility of North. Korea getting rid of its nuclear weapons Matt cook reporting at officials with the San Antonio aquarium and taxes say, a trio of thieves stole a shark from touch pool, and smuggled it out of the aquarium in a stroller a spokeswoman for the aquarium says the suspect is in custody and that the, shark is, alive and well despite the traumatic experience you're listening.

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Iran issues oil warning as UAE says production can rise

Arizona's Morning News

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Iran issues oil warning as UAE says production can rise

"From the copper point insurance business center iran issued any warning over mideast oil supplies is the united arab emirates says on tuesday could increase its own production latest remarks to follow president donald trump's demand for lower global energy prices a recent decision by the organization of the petroleum exporting countries opec to increase the cartels own production by one million barrels a day has yet to tamp down prices irani and president hassan rohadi said that if iran's crude oil exports were threatened the rest of the mideast would be as well right now on wall street as we check your numbers the online trading academy opening bell the dow jumps more than one hundred points gaining for the second day to start the third quarter looks like maybe the third quarter is that it is that going to be the line of demarcation we'll just move upward from here that'd be great right now the dow's up one hundred twenty one the s and p five hundred is up close to nine and the nasdaq is up only about a point and a half for more money news visit the copper point insurance business center at ktar dot com ktar news time is six thirty eight jonas afternoon news.

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Brooklyn, Facebook and Lena discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Brooklyn, Facebook and Lena discussed on Here & Now

"I'm jackie lepe rs authorities are lifting an evacuation order around the lake tahoe madam in north carolina after heavy rains from tropical depression alberto almost two thousand people had to be evacuated early this morning amid mudslides in the area the state's governor is ordering state crews to investigate other nearby dams prosecutors in saint louis are dropping charges against missouri governor eric greitens who announced plans to resign yesterday crichton's was facing charges of computer data tampering for improperly using a veterans charities donor list for his campaign he plans to step down at the end of the day on friday president trump is naming the veterans affairs department's chief of staff to be the agency's acting secretary peter o'rourke replaces robert wilkie who has been nominated to take the job permanently federal rules bar him from holding the job on an acting basis while awaiting confirmation you're listening to here now on the next fresh air we talk with irani and journalists and activists must see lena drought about her fight against the compulsory head covering the job i just wanted to feel the wind in my hair to be as free as my brother she started a facebook campaign in which a ronnie and women have posted photos of themselves without the her job she now lives in exile in brooklyn and has a memoir join us you'll be able to hear that fresh air program both at one o'clock this afternoon and this evening at seven here on cake you we support four k q e d comes from aaa house manager homes come with a never ending list of to do's change the furnace filter fix a leaky faucet aaa house managers home maintenance service takes care of houses so homeowners can get back to the things they love aaa house manager and by macari the selling.

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Israel's Deputy Minister For Public Diplomacy Discusses Response To Gaza Protests

All Things Considered

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Israel's Deputy Minister For Public Diplomacy Discusses Response To Gaza Protests

"A cycle that repeats every few years where there are protests on the gaza border civilians die at the hands of the israeli military there's international condemnation is there a way that the israeli government can help break the cycle i know you've said hamas needs to take different steps are there different steps that israel needs to take in gaza going to be very honest with you i've been in charge of gaza from these government for now about a year and a half and i will tell you unequivocally that there's nothing more that israel could have done i mean hamas has created a humanitarian crisis in gaza israel is actually the only country that had open border crossings to gaza the maritime but y que did not keep out food did not leave out medicines only kept out materials that can be used to hurt his rallies and hamas burnt the crossings hamas burnt the fuel lines into gaza to create a humanitarian crisis to create despair and drive people toward the border so they can break through the border and try to kill our civilians that is basically gaza in a nutshell it's very difficult and i understand this for your listeners to understand a middle eastern reality which is very remote from them so for gaza not a lot of hope i wish there were i think the biggest hope is on what we called your d in samaria the west bank if we can move the palestinian issue at least on the west bank to a better place maybe not peace tomorrow but a better place change the status quo then those sunni arab countries particularly in the gulf who want to have an open alliance with us can do so and that all of us can stand arabs and israel's alike against irani aggression in the middle east michael oren deputy prime minister of israel thank you for speaking with all things considered today thank you for having me on there well now we're going to revisit the last time the united states negotiated a deal with north korea back in one thousand nine hundred eighty four the deal was called the agreed framework north korea agreed to close its plutonium plant in exchange for fuel supplies from the us but by two thousand to that agreement fell apart with the bush administration accusing north korea of violating the deal by continuing some of its nuclear activities at that time.

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Israel Bombs 'Dozens' Of Alleged Iranian Targets In Syria

01:14 min | 4 years ago

Israel Bombs 'Dozens' Of Alleged Iranian Targets In Syria

"Now global news update early this morning president trump greeted the three americans released by north korea as their plane touched down at andrews air force base the president said he thinks he knows why dictator kim jong own return them ahead of the upcoming summit i think he did this because i really think he wants to do something and bring a country into the real world israel has fiercely responded to an unprecedented rocket attack from iran and forces in syria after those forces launched missiles against the jewish state israel's iron dome antimissile systems shooting down a number of them then israel retaliated going after dozens of sites inside of syria correspondent ian lee reports israel says it has struck nearly all irani an infrastructure sites in syria no injuries reported in israel in hawaii scientists are warning that the killer way of all keno could be getting ready to blow they say steam driven explosions could send boulders shooting out of its summit crater i'm evan haning margaret i could fox and i'm lisa abramowicz we're going to be speaking about investing in robotics artificial intelligence plus we get earnings from revlon newscorp and yelp today at ten eastern.

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Trump will be 'worm food" before Iran falls, Ayatollah Khamenei says amid nuclear deal fallout

Schnitt Show

02:54 min | 4 years ago

Trump will be 'worm food" before Iran falls, Ayatollah Khamenei says amid nuclear deal fallout

"Yeah not me don't think that's going to have i'm still waiting to see if trump is gonna fire back at the iot ola how many for talking about trumping worm food if you have not heard this literally the eye of tola has a twitter account and tweeted out us president shallow and ludicrous behavior wasn't unexpected the same behavior existed in previous us presidents yet irani nation is persistent while former us presidents passed away and iran is ira iran is still standing this man's corpse will also be worm food while ira iran stands strong so he's talking about trump is going to be worm food if trump is going to fire bike back at that you know kind of like a little little rocket man type but tiff we shall see onto the the iran deal and the the the economics here and i mentioned this just before the bottom of the hour break it's boeing and airbus so with the iran deal i fully support us pollyanna the deal and hopefully the implementation the reversal of sanctions relief although they already got billions and they you know they applied that to the military and terrorism efforts which is just stupid beyond belief and trump is right the administration's right in in pulling out in front of force a better deal but we need our european partners to also understand the deal sucks it's sunsets it's gonna guarantee a ronald get a nuke it also doesn't allow for inspections on military facilities well what are they doing there i mean this this false sense of security that deals good in the world is saying for give me a break we need our allies to jump on board with trump to force the iranians by squeezing them economically again so they're forced to make a better deal that tightens up the crappy loose ends the john kerry and obama left dangling anyway with new sanctions boeing and airbus they have signed about over over forty billion dollars in airplane orders boeing planes airbus planes and that is in jeopardy yeah over forty billion dollars in combined deals with irani and airlines after the us and the five other countries were signatories and lifted the sanctions against tehran because they on the surface we're going to curtail their their nuclear projects and we of course we know the real deal there well these orders the airbus orders.

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As Scandals Swirl At Home, Netanyahu Visits U.S. To Talk Iran With Trump

Bill Cunningham

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

As Scandals Swirl At Home, Netanyahu Visits U.S. To Talk Iran With Trump

"Demeo israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in the us for a five day visit netanyahu meets with president trump tomorrow top of the meeting list tomorrow things are going to discuss is iran and iran's actions in the middle east the israeli leader would like to see the us take a more sort of aggressive approach towards irani and actions in the middle east particularly in syria boxes conner powell in jerusalem much debate going on capitol hill over gun reform but lawmakers have yet to map out a clear path so far there is and consensus on what a base spill will be bipartisan support exists for the fix next proposal designed to improve informationsharing to the federal criminal background check system the president trump in a meeting but lawmakers encouraged more like expanded background.

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