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U.S. Sanctions Chinese Officials Over Hong Kong Policy, Including Carrie Lam

Radiosurgery NY with Dr. Lederman

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Sanctions Chinese Officials Over Hong Kong Policy, Including Carrie Lam

"Has sanctioned Hong Kong chief Executive Carrie Lam for her role in crackdowns on political freedom in the city Correspondent Ivan Watson reports She's not the only one in the U. S. Department of Treasury has announced sanctions against 11 top government officials here in Hong Kong, accusing them of undermining this former British colonies. System of autonomy and democratic freedoms. On the top target is the city's top official, Carrie Lam, the chief executive here. Other targets include The secretaries of justice and security to current or former police chief. I'm

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China launches its first solo mission to Mars in bold attempt to land on the red planet

Red Eye Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

China launches its first solo mission to Mars in bold attempt to land on the red planet

"China launched an ambitious mission to Mars overnight in a bold attempt to join the U. S and successfully landing a spacecraft on the Red Planet. Ivan Watson tells more he Channel 11 This is China's second attempt to get a probe to Mars. There was a previous attempt that took place. In 2011 joint mission with Russian rocket that then failed, so that probe didn't make it here. The Chinese engineers have set an ambitious goal. They don't want to do what the U. S did with its first missions, which was initially to send probes and then to try the much more challenging landing in subsequent missions. They want to do it all. In one

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Hong Kong opposition slams China national security law move

Here & Now

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong opposition slams China national security law move

"In Hong Kong Pro Democracy lawmakers are blasting China's move to enact national security legislation. They believe this legislation could mark the end of the One Country. Two System Arrangement that has given Hong Kong semi autonomy. Since the end of British rule in nineteen ninety-seven the move by China emerged from this week's national legislative session and event that largely serves as a rubber stamp for what the Communist Party in Beijing wants to do. Cnn's Ivan Watson joins us from Hong Kong via skype and Ivan. I can you explain what this new legislation can actually mean for Hong Kong. I think it's important to stress. How different Hong Kong is from the rest of mainland China to people? Who may not know? It's the free as corner of the People's Republic of China and it was supposed to stay largely autonomous until two thousand forty seven and govern itself while being part of China so here the Internet isn't censored and the courts are independent of the political leadership and can rule against it. None of that exists in mainland China. And what the Communist Party has now announced is in the interest of national security. It is not going to dictate a whole series of laws and criminalize actions down here in Hong Kong with a heavy handed approach and a direct approach that it has never had until today. I mentioned the One Country Two System Arrangement I mean. Does this in effect then end that arrangement but certainly would hongkongers from the opposition and elected legislator who are critics of the Communist Party in mainland China? That's they're saying. This is the end of Hong Kong as we know it. And when you see. The list of what is proposed here which includes Criminalising treason secession in sedition against the Chinese government authorizing the National Security Agency of mainland China to set up offices down here in Hong Kong secret police. All of that suggests a very dramatic shift here and something that this city has never really seen in modern times. Is this retribution. For those democracy protests we've been seeing in Hong Kong over the last year the central government in China and the Hong Kong administrators. Who are by Beijing have been defending these new national security proposals arguing that the protests were a threat to national security in all of China. And thus they have to do this. There've been some caveats saying hey freedom of speech freedom assembly all those things that you have known they will be untouched. But if you've ever been in mainland China and seeing what a police state it is there and how any dissent is absolutely crushed very quickly. It's very clear that the national security rubric can be used as an excuse to almost stop anything in mainland China. So why wouldn't that be any different down here? All of this. All of these decisions are happening as we speak in real time. But I'm wondering how will this resonate in the region with the people? They are particularly in Hong Kong. There is alarmed for instance. One man I spoke with your. He runs a photo printing shop. He said this is taking us backwards and he. Also this is ominous. He said his WHATSAPP GROUP WITH HIS CHILDHOOD. Friends has completely dried up today in response to this now. Couple of points. Whatsapp doesn't exist in mainland China. The there's such censorship it also suggests that immediately ordinary people are worried that what they may message. Each Other presumably in privacy could be used against them in the future. What's next Ivan in this process? The opposition here is calling for protests which died down over the last five months as this city was dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and as the threat of that pandemic receded here. The old political divisions were starting to bubble up again. Beijing has shot a very strong shot across the bow here and recall that last year. You Up to two million people protesting against these types of measures. That's two out of every seven. Hong Kongers were out in opposition. That even if they manage to generate that kind of popular protests right now it does not seem like Xi Jinping. The ruler of China is

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Coronavirus: China Asks US To "Meet Halfway"

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: China Asks US To "Meet Halfway"

"Corona virus headlines from around the world today surprising new tone from China. Cnn's Ivan Watson is watching developments from Hong Kong. I've been what's happening with the Chinese. Foreign Ministry struck surprisingly moderate tone on Friday after weeks of rancor between Washington and Beijing over each government's handling of the corona virus pandemic. The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson was stressing the need for stable relations bilateral relations between the US and China. But there are still very much voices hardliners within the Chinese establishment that do not hesitate to bash the US and the Global Times newspaper Which is pretty much can be relied upon to do this raise. The SCENARIO OF LISTING AMERICAN COMPANIES AS UNRELIABLE ENTITIES and suggested the possibility of decoupling between the US and China. The world's largest

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"ivan watson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Construction blocking two left lanes of one twenty one west bound at Riverside Drive this is W. FHB urologist Kaylee DM with a look at your forecast we're gonna see scattered showers and a few thunderstorms out there as we go into the evening hours it should die down overnight with mostly cloudy skies dominating as temperatures stay in the upper sixty is going in the day Wednesday a little bit warmer mid eighties as high temperatures with that mainly dry conditions throughout the day stray shower here or there but the chance for showers and thunderstorms goes up overnight into early Thursday right now mostly cloudy sixty eight degrees in Plano Chinese authorities are preparing to conduct corona virus tests on all ten million residents of Wuhan following a slight increase in cases Ivan Watson has more only six new confirmed cases it appears to be community transmission but there's been an emergency notice issued to city officials calling for a quote ten day battle we don't know when this will begin but they plan to try to test within ten million residents of that city for the coronavirus Nissan ended a seventy six day lockdown earlier this month General Motors Arlington restarts production next Monday laid off union workers in Arlington started working on a volunteer basis in late March about two weeks after Kobe ninety lockdowns began across the metroplex according to The Dallas Morning News the workers were reportedly pioneering safety protocols that will now be used to GM's one hundred and twenty facilities nationwide the company says it has not had confirmed person to person spread of the virus since implementing new safety measures those protocols include social distancing temperature checks and coated nineteen testing for symptomatic employees can Lankans WBAP news as the current virus continues to spread across the city of Dallas mayor Eric Johnson provided an update on what the city of Dallas is doing there are.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

13:39 min | 2 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Had a Joe dot com you can follow me on Twitter at Jimbo talks you thought China was being secretive about the corona virus widely here this from Ivan Watson China has issued new regulations restricting the publication of research about corona virus seen and learned about this from the webpage of Fudan university it's one of China's most elite universities in the guidelines were published there last week saying quote any paper the traces the origin of the virus should be strictly managed and the guidelines had instructions for academics about which government agency they could apply to to publish the results of the research about the origins of the corona virus that website included the name and email address and phone number of an official at China's ministry of education and we called that individual the person who answered the phone confirmed these new guidelines have been issued but said they weren't supposed to be made public shortly after our phone call the webpage was removed from the university site but we've since learned that at least two other Chinese universities have had similar web pages published with guidelines and one of them actually remove that information as well no why is this important well the first cases of corona virus were detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December of last year and there's been a pattern of government officials at different levels punishing and trying to shut down doctors and researchers who tried to sell me alarm about this deadly disease they include Dr Lee Wei yeah from Wuhan who was summoned to the police and later caught corona virus and died in the hospital in February and he's since become a hero in China the disease of course has spread to a pandemic that has claimed tens of thousands of lives and any additional information or research we can have about this disease we'll probably be important no country arguably has more data than China which stood detected the first known cases of corona virus and now there seem to be new obstacles to sharing that research with the outside world I've been watching Hong Kong well you have to I think some that are pretty much as gosh what a surprise to talk a bit about that now we'll be talking about China in this portion of the program and certainly the focus will begin with the corona virus but that's hardly the only place to go as we have talked with the dean Cheng senior research fellow in Asian Studies at the Asian Studies center of the Davis institute for national security and foreign policy at the heritage foundation online at heritage dot org and the thank you for being with us tonight thank you for having me let's start with the of something that that you you wrote along with several others here including other former guest of this program Jim Carafano assessing Beijing's power a blueprint for U. S. response to China over the next few decades one of the what are the are the central points that you make in this article the key points were trying to get across to readers is that China is a fundamentally different challenge for the United States than any other country we've had to deal with before they're not the Soviet Union they're not **** Germany they're not imperial Germany they are coming out of a completely different tradition Asian never had balance of power politics what Europe did so they have a very different idea of the norm for international relations they are not a rule of law society the way Europe has been again it is ruled by law so all the rules that are out there can and should be manipulated from Beijing's perspective and finally there's no real civil society as the lead in commenter you know pointed out even when it comes to medical research in the middle of a pandemic the state and more important the Chinese Communist Party has the absolute right to decide whether something should be published on the should be disseminated because it's all going to be filtered through the lens of what is good for the party and the secondary what is good for China before we get to things like is it doesn't matter to the rest plan the other came a period of course after the death of mad so I took him in China let's not forget it gone it it they took over of power in the late forties in China and they at times I suppose but the Kremlin to shame and a lot of ways in terms of shall we say there are a Ariel into obsession with that with Marxism and finally they withdrew from that that paranoid view point to and this goes back in and do a considerable extent to Richard Nixon's overture as per overtures as president to ping pong diplomacy the whole story you can look up about the era and everybody thought wow we've opened up the world to this this great nation China and there are no longer sitting back hunkered in their bunker and thinking great paranoid thoughts about the world let's welcome them so here's your seat on the U. N. security council and here's your membership in all these big world organizations here's a rule book sign on the dotted line if you would and everything will be hunky dory and now we sit back decades later and we note the complete abandon with which the Chinese have it seems to this lay person violated virtually every agreement they ever made be it protection of intellectual property currency manipulation grabbing national territory out of the open seas that you could spend a whole hour just enumerating the list and it would seem to me that we are past the time when we can allow one set of rules for China and another set of rules for the rest of the world and and I've I have stated on the chair and I will repeat it now that if that requires not just tariffs on China or even quotas on China but not right embargo of China I I don't really care I mean we can make our own brooms and a few other things as well I'd like your candid thoughts about that because I I'm I think I'm not alone in being fed up with the notion that the China can get away with this simply because we let them get away with this so I think that we need to sort of take a look at the number of the things that you just set the first name is why did we open up to train at all and the answer is because of the Cold War because we fought in the late nineteen sixties early nineteen seventies we were going to lose the Soviets and here was this country of about a billion people on the Soviet eastern flank that was going to scrap it worked that was a bargain it wasn't to make them capitalises certainly wasn't making much Marcus he it was come on in our in our side and help bring down the current after that what we've basically had as a country that started at I mean despite being a billion people it had a GDP that was I mean at the bottom of the world scale kind of amazing to think how far they've come in thirty years now there's no question as you said in the process they have benefited by the rules and now they're breaking the rules the problem is that in the process of getting to where they are now they have become the most important trading partner of just about every country on the planet that's very different from the Soviets the service didn't trade with anyone you know what happens we don't trade with people you don't create interest groups nobody really shed too many tears by not trading with the service because I didn't trade with them anyway it's one thing to say well we can make our own brooms but the reality is our farmers export soybeans to China our factories import parts from China and while we could say well we could make it ourselves one that's going to take a lot of time detectable how many of your listeners have more than one flat screen TV how many of them have more than one you know set of furniture in in various rooms couches and and self isn't like yeah we can try to right yes that's right and I don't care about but this way I have no problem at the very least with with dealing with China on a few non essentials and we can throw out brooms back in there we can throw in color TV for all I care I have a serious problem with approaching trade from the standpoint of the comparative advantage in every single way if that were the case then clearly the Chinese would be the place to go to make our M. one tanks are F. thirty five fighters because they could do it so much more cheaply what we are quite that stupid yet but apparently we are on pharmaceuticals was at ninety six percent of them come from China at the very least we should be self sufficient in things of great national strategic importance would you agree absolutely but there's the rub right what is of strategic importance so how much are people paying right now for ibuprofen and by the way the last might try to get some of the pharmacy they're already sold out how much are people willing to pay for essentially commodities because that's what I'd be profound it's an important pain killer but nobody makes much money on it because it's it's you know it's not like a high end prescription blood pressure medicines and things like that so that's another part of the issue here the Chinese are very good at making your billions of something and making your quarter of a cent per pill American factories American labor force is not a matter of quality it's a matter of what they're willing to work for and by the way if you think that you're going to bring back ibuprofen plants and pay people fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage man I want to know the magic that that your box that you're going to put everything through I'm prepared to pay more for any number of things and I'm just not prepared again I I'm not assuming that the what I've suggested will come without some pain but I feel a lot of pain now from the notion that the Chinese export unemployment to us every year and I'm I'm I'm fed up with that I wonder are you are you arguing that gosh it's just impractical it so if it's the way it has to be one set of rules for child that one set of rules for the rest of us is that really the argument no no I take that with regards to commodities like ibuprofen and various low and low skill products the reality is that we can encourage companies to set up plants they're probably just not going to be in the United States they may be Mexico the maybe in Indonesia that maybe in Malaysia well better those places in China absolutely absolutely and the funny thing is that if we do persuade companies to build there were actually gonna wind up with countries that are strong enough to then tell the Chinese to go take a hike which is you know the the benefit there is actually a virtuous cycle with regard to other really important things microchips computer programs things like that absolutely I don't pretend to understand why it is that Google not only wants to set up research campuses in China but is more prepared to work with China on a censored version of a search engine than they are with the United States government and delight let me offer a for a possibility of that because they're a pack of forwards I'm just because that is a possibility in fact I don't even put that forward as a possibility I consider that an absolute fact I think they're living proof of the linens maxim that when it comes time to hang all the capitalization be found bidding on the rope absolutely and it's one of those troubling things though where the work force you know Google says well you know our workforce protest as a group while your workforce's he never problem working for a government that puts a million people in jail simply because of their ethnicity you're speaking I assume of the Chinese yes right yeah okay he's on the verge of Chinese and then the other two buttons and and the light exactly I I again I I will take some calls here for I guess it will it will pause and then take calls after the break but I would I would offer at least this litmus test that our policy regarding domestic production capabilities should preclude being blackmailed that is to say by another country four things that we'd really need I would certainly put certain key pharmaceuticals in that category of absolutely any number of defense items or things related to defense items such as the situation the face the Clinton administration many many years ago when there were U. S. companies selling to China the technology to more accurately put satellites in orbit which is precisely the same technology to make your ICBMs more accurate at the very least our policy should be to avoid the possibility of being blackmailed on important things words if they want to hang us up on brooms well so be it we'll just buy more expensive brooms and I'd curious be curious about your thoughts briefly before we pause.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Off its southeastern coast Ivan Watson says the north Koreans are calling the launch is self defense these latest which bear all the hallmarks of a possible missile launch come a week after North Korea fired other projectiles which the U. S. military said later worse short range ballistic missiles fired exactly a week ago five European countries condemned that in a statement to the United Nations Security Council calling this a violation of U. N. security council resolutions and North Korea really bristled at that saying that this is a self defense measure but significant blue collar and black voter blocs the democratic candidates are spending time in Michigan ahead of tomorrow's primary Bob Costantini reports Bernie Sanders received an endorsement from an iconic civil rights leader while Biden is considered to be very popular with African American voters their support has been crucial to a stunning turnaround Bernie Sanders on NBC's meet the press announcing a significant endorsement I'm very proud Jesse Jackson who is you know is has been one of the great civil rights leaders in our country who when he ran for president in eighty eight actually one here in Michigan and Jackson was lead up speaker and grand rapids rally Sunday the way health centers him pain statements that Biden had not reached out to Jackson for his endorsement well Sanders had Constantini Washington Joe Biden has picked up another endorsement after marching across Selma Alabama's Edmund Pettus bridge to help mark the fifty fifth anniversary of the civil rights class known as Bloody Sunday democratic senator Kamala Harris spoke to reporters about backing by we need a leader we need a president Isaacs who sees people and understands and cares about them in a way that motivates them to actually leaked in a way that is relevant and uplifts people so much of what we have seen but from Donald Trump to this administration it's about trying to suppress people and put them down and beat them down Joe Biden is the kind of person who lets people not tomorrow's primary will feature Biden against Sanders in six states the Senate homeland security committee could decide this week whether it will issue a subpoena for testimony from hunter Biden senator Ron Johnson the chairman of the committee says the panel will vote on Wednesday whether to subpoena the son of former vice president Joe Biden hunter Biden who served on the board of the Ukrainian energy company the reason I had been tangled in controversy amid the impeachment of president trump Democrats have set such an investigation is politically motivated German Johnson who insists it is not but the issue in the spotlight today after Joe Biden super Tuesday victories Linda Kenyon Washington KLIF news time now seven thirty five well south by southwest is not going to take place this year that's a big deal man this sounds like another festival at south by southwest is humongous yeah and it lasts a long time it's longer than a lot of normal of other festivals right the week long it's a major part of Austin's what am I trying to say reputations it's part of the back by the radishes yeah it's hard to keep Austin weird the life if there but our claim number will join us with more details coming up here in just about five minutes.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Do have to confess that they really have to stick the swab very far up your nose which is is pretty uncomfortable but it's over in seconds it'll be two to three days before I get the test results that was Ivan Watson he just had his nose swab in South Korea that's sometimes in addition to your nose they may also swap your throat if you are coughing they may also collect some of your phlegm they may even put a thin tube down your throat to get samples from your lungs I remember that's because this virus can affect both your upper and your lower respiratory system not what the test is designed to find is evidence of the virus's genetic material and therefore the test has to be done in a clean and sterile manner one of the most important things about tests especially these sorts of tasks is something known as sensitivity and explain what that means for example a test with ninety percent sensitivity will correctly identify ninety percent of the people who have the disease where the virus in this case but it may also missed ten percent that would be called a ten percent false negative rate in a case like this that would be a terrible rate because that means ten percent of the people who actually have the virus will be missed those people think they are virus free and they're released back into the community luckily overall with this test the false negative rate appears to be less than four percent not perfect but not bad Dr Sanjay Gupta it's really good series just Google C. N. N. corona virus broadcaster talking about travel fears today after a short break is Georgia four hundred delays in less than two minutes WSB meteorologist Kirk Miller and his dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda pest management they handle bugs and critters.

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South Koreans told to stay home as coronavirus infections near 3,000

John Batchelor

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

South Koreans told to stay home as coronavirus infections near 3,000

"South Korea coping with corona virus as its health agency reports the number of cases is exploded by another five hundred and ninety four to over twenty nine hundred infections the most outside mainland China correspondent Ivan Watson says schools and pop concerts have been canceled with pro sports teams playing in empty stadiums there about ten thousand south Korean military troops in quarantine it's spread to the U. S. military there's one U. S. soldier who's tested positive and the alliance the U. S. south Korean military alliance has postponed joint military

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"ivan watson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now we need reporting a six fold jump in corona virus infections in just four days three hundred forty six most of them linked to a church a hospital correspondent Ivan Watson Mervin factions have gone up dramatically there between now all of these links to corona virus thus far so there is growing concern in some of the protesters here I've been slamming the government for not closing the border to travelers from China who they accuse of spreading the illness presidential candidates making their last urgent please as Nevada Democrats prepare to weigh in on their party's presidential nomination fight service carcasses of the third contest in the twenty twenty primary season on Wall Street Friday big losses the Dow down to twenty seven S. and P. down thirty five nasdaq down one seventy four Bloomberg sports Jordan Everly scored three goals and the islanders beat the Detroit Red Wings at the Nassau Coliseum forty one to snap a four game losing streak it was the third three goal game of that release career his first since April of twenty seventeen when he was with the Edmonton Oilers Leo Komarov added a late empty netter for the islanders some young Varlamov stopped twenty one shots Anthony Mantha scored for Detroit which became the first team this season to be eliminated from playoff contention the islanders and scored only two goals in its previous four games but I've really got hot against the red wings have yielded more golds than any team in the league makers of ValuJet had a goal and two assists and the Rangers beat the Carolina hurricanes five to two Artemi Panarin and Ryan Strome each had a goal and an assist for the Rangers which won for the eighth time in eleven games Jesper fast and Brady Shea also scored in Igor sister can make twenty seven saves in the Rangers seventh straight road victory that size a franchise record the Rangers also sweep the four game season series from Carolina the Rangers of one thirty one of their past thirty seven games for the hurricanes going back to February of twenty eleven Brock McGinn and Sebastian aho scored for Carolina T. J. Warren had twenty seven points and eight rebounds leading Indiana passed the next one of six ninety eight demandes of bonus added twenty four points and thirteen rebounds for the Pacers they won two straight after a six game losing streak Bobby Portis scored nineteen points for the Knicks playing their first game after the all star game break NFL player representatives will not vote on a proposed new collective bargaining agreement is the union seeks to continue negotiations with team owners the owners and voted in favor of a new CBA Thursday in New York and presented the revised plan to the players union the primary sticking point but the players believed to be the league's wishes to expand the regular season schedule from sixteen to seventeen games despite the no vote the NFLPA intends to hold a vote of its full money to players anyway on a proposed agreement next week with the Bloomberg sports update until Rogers this is the beginning on the bird radio bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm Jim Rossow coming up on the show why our decadent energy system is in need of renewal plus why third political party could alter the political landscape but first Kraft Heinz's misery isn't over just yet last week the iconic food giant was downgraded to junk by two credit raters raising fresh worries about the company's turnaround the CEO says it's long overdue salvage plan is coming but investors aren't feeling optimistic here to tell us more is Tara lachapelle a columnist for Bloomberg opinion so just to recap what happened at Kraft Heinz last year so Kraft Heinz had a terrible year and twenty nineteen at least two kicked off the year with the earnings that included a write down massive right down fifteen point four billion dollars which really show the deterioration of these brands which have been household names for decades I. Kraft Foods and Heinz merged in twenty fifteen and ever since then they really haven't been investing in these brands even more focused on cost cutting and really choosing their profit margins as they're controlled by a private equity firm and that Spencer that private equity firms and how they also had a slash their dividend early last year they disclosed that the securities and exchange commission was looking into some of their accounting practices around procurement so there were just a lot of bad news coming out of the company and I think it really sort of took people by surprise because this was a stock that you know Warren Buffett has been a cheerleader for he's the Berkshire Hathaway is the top shareholder and three G. capital's behind that and then you know he he hasn't you know reduce that steak he still talks affectionately of Kraft Heinz I think they're really three people for a loop and now that brings us to this year where things aren't really getting much better yet what have their plans been to revamp so about eight months ago Bernardo Harris who is the CEO stepped aside and they brought in Miguel Patricio who is a longtime packaged foods guy he came from in has a bush which is another three G. property and so he's been there for about eight months I think people are really hopeful when he came in that this is a guy that really understands brands and the need to sort of invest in them and how to keep them popular and not just focus on cost cutting as they had been in the past but you know here we are today and they still there sales are still going down it's still unclear what he's doing to fix the company and you needed to give them a little bit of time right to get up to speed and figure out what the fix is needed to be he says that in may they're gonna unveil some grand plan that's going to sort of right the ship here but I think at this point investors are fed up and are they want to know something now they want to know what the company's going to do now and all we've really gotten out of the C. E. O. so far is that he's going to kind of shift around where they spend their money so the could the brands that are doing the bass which is like Philadelphia cream cheese and Heinz ketchup and condiments they're going to push more money towards those kind of away from the stuff that that isn't doing so well such as like the coffee brands I think Maxwell house they had another right down on that trademark last quarter so they're kind of moving around where they're spending their money but they're not increasing the budget for these brands which I think shows that they haven't really truly embraced what's wrong with the company and what they needed to change is it what's wrong with the company or is it that consumers tastes are changing and people are into you know healthier alternatives it's absolutely that is well I mean every packaged food giant has gone through the same struggles over the past couple years where these brands that you know had all this shelf space in the supermarket that was kind of taken for granted you know you always bought General Mills cereal and Kellogg's cereal in Heinz catchup I mean they've dominated you know Kraft singles the cheese slices but then you know that started to change rate consumers wanted stuff that was sort of less processed and felt healthier and and just more wholesome and some of these brands have been really slow to adapt to that I think where Kraft Heinz fell into particular trouble was because not only were they slow to adapt to that they basically ignored it they double down on what they were doing and said you know what we are going to innovate in a big way we're just gonna do these little gimmicky things and we're going to focus on driving our profit margins and the whole industry really try to emulate them for a while you had you know Campbell soup and General Mills and everybody suddenly focus focusing on how do we cut costs and get those profit margins up but in a time when you know consumer tastes are changing and there's all these like upstart popular brands coming out I think you really need to also invest in your brands and say how do we keep them relevant for the long run so at the same time that we're looking at pasta made from cauliflower and all that stuff chips chips are still so popular in there they have to be the worst things for you it's true you know it's I think Pepsi co was really interesting because their earnings are pretty good and they're really focusing on brands like Doritos which like you say which seem to go against sort of this like health push but I think it shows that that helped push maybe as well you know not as genuine as well as we do consumers would like it simply be interview with their certain brands that we just love so how did these other brands do that too how do they stay in popular with people and say pertinent to people at a time when we say we don't want junk food right so I think Pepsi whatever they're doing is really working and Kraft Heinz needs think about well some of our brands maybe we can't do much more to make than any healthier healthier sounding but what can we do to make them it worth it for people to buy when they do have that craving thanks Tara that's our lush Appel a columnist for Bloomberg opinion coming up on Bloomberg opinion why are decadent energy system.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fire in a dispute Ivan Watson is there both sides have grown increasingly violent Amnesty International accusing the riot police of being out of control and it seems like both sides or in a race to the bottom when it comes to the violence we're seeing week after week former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley says in a new book that then secretary of state rex to listen and then White House chief of staff John Kelly trying to get her to help them in opposing some of president trump's policies they believed are dangerous instead of saying that to me they should have been saying that to the president not asking me to join them on their side bar plan it should have been go tell the president what your differences are and quit if you don't like what he's doing but to undermine a president is really a very dangerous thing really speaking with CBS news New York Republican congressman Peter king says he won't be seeking reelection the seventy five year old king built a reputation for some bipartisanship along side a hardline on immigration and crime over fourteen terms it's veterans day and across America people who serve the country in uniform are being honored president trump will be at the one hundred New York veterans day parade not without controversy but United war veterans council board member merry Westmoreland focuses on the veterans I gather this is all about that it's focused on honoring each other honoring those in the future honoring those in the past and being proud of that bond markets are closed today for veterans day but the stock exchanges will be open pre market trading show stocks losing ground ahead of the.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"No easy anti capitalist protesters didn't get too close to the G. seven summit police used water cannon to disperse them this is the sum of began with economic policy on the agenda for what was called a working dinner ahead of that the president of the European Union Donald tusk rejected president trump's call for considering a re admission of Russia to the G. seven suggesting the summit has more to deal with the revival of facilities with and T. O. following of authoritarianism as well as threats coming from the development of digital technologies meddling in elections faking of using got the Fishel intelligence against the defense and the freedom the new British prime minister Boris Johnson has joined French president Emmanuel Cronin calling for the summit to review devastating fires sweeping across the Amazonian rainforest in Brazil correspondent Nick Paton Walsh says the military's being called up to fight the fires while investigators pinned down across the police saying to us that it that night when many of these files assaulted the deliberately started by people who live there they want to clear the land for deforestation they think the president balls in our frankly as their advocate in doing that he thinks people should be able to get on with making use of the land officials in Alaska say a wildfire burning north of anchorage is destroyed more than a hundred homes businesses and other buildings hundreds have been evacuated in Hong Kong more protests this weekend broken up by police with tear gas correspondent Ivan Watson says neighbors were not pleased screaming.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Com accumulate station Eckstine probe north Korean missiles I'm Evan handing accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey abstains apparent suicide comes just a day after the release of more than two thousand pages of court documents which contain graphic allegations against death scene we case expose the names of prominent men who were abstains friends and various it kills or say participated in his activities this correspondent Shimon broke up as we have yet to know who is been cooperating in this investigation the complaint of that the US attorney's office puts out the information is that they have had people cooperating it would seem they don't name them we don't know enough yet in terms of who else was involved that they're looking at North Korea again fired off some of its missiles correspondent Ivan Watson reports this time young young watch too this is the fifth such salvo of short range ballistic missiles in about two and a half weeks the last time this took place August sixth the north Koreans said they issued a statement saying they were very unhappy with the fact that the US and South Korea would be conducting annual joint military exercises which the south Korean say should start tomorrow Democrats running for president are out in force at the Iowa state fair correspondent are let's sign says a week after the el Paso in Dayton mass shootings they're calling for a change in gun laws each of these candidates a saying.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News update dean probe north Korean missile sign Evan Haining accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey abstains apparent suicide comes just a day after the release of more than two thousand pages of court documents which contain graphic allegations against obscene case expose the names of prominent men who were abstains friends and who very astute choosers say participated in his activities is correspondent Shimon broke up as we have yet to know who is been cooperating in this investigation the complaint that the US attorney's office puts out the information is that they have had people cooperating it would seem they don't name them we don't know enough yet in terms of who else was involved that they're looking at North Korea again fired off some of its missiles correspondent Ivan Watson reports this time young young March two this is the fifth such salvo of short range ballistic missiles in about two and a half weeks the last time this took place August sixth the north Koreans said they issued a statement saying they were very unhappy with the fact that the US and South Korea would be conducting a joint military exercises which the south Korean say should start tomorrow Democrats running for president are out in force at the Iowa state fair correspondent are let's sign says a week after the el Paso in Dayton mass shootings they're calling for changing gun laws each of these candidates are saying that it is long past time that's action needs to be taken to try to address the gun violence issue and you're hearing from multiple candidates see that part of the problem is president trump Republicans and the NRA saying that they also need to come forth and try to work with Democrats try to pass legislation in Benghazi Libya another you when staff member has died of wounds from a Saturday car bombing that killed.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Rescue teams have searched a damaged trailer park and destroyed two story motel in El Reno Oaklahoma after a tornado roared through the town about thirty miles west of Oklahoma City late last night, killing at least two people, this is mayor Matt white. The station here. It's it's a. Level, just devastate. It's just the American budget value in was reduced to rubble. Some trailers at the sky view estates mobile home park, next to the motel were damaged President Trump and Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Ave, spent the day in Tokyo playing golf and attending a sumo match. Correspondent Ivan Watson report. They've been talking about a trade deal, but it's not likely anything will be signed soon the leaders were making progress, but they were going to hold off on making a deal until after Japan holds elections for the house of councillors in July. That's the essentially the upper house of parliament. That is a bit of a concession to his Japanese ally at a time when the government here says that it's a Konami it's forecasting that economy is slowing down. Little damage reported so far in north central Peru, after an earthquake struck early this morning. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar says it was a big one strong earthquake in eight point. Oh, in fact, in Peru, pretty far inland and also very deep. We're talking about. One hundred nine kilometers or sixty eight miles deep that's very important. Because depth plays a huge factor when we talk about these because the deeper, a quake is the less significant the damage is likely going to be some buildings have collapsed and power is out in some towns. The quake was felt as far away as Venezuela. And Ecuador Norway, says representatives of Venezuela's government, or the opposition are in the country for talks this week negotiators will try to end the political crisis in the.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Are sifting through the rubble after part of a motel second-story collapsed into a pile of debris as a suspected tornado barreled through L Reno Oklahoma. At least two people were killed several others injured. The city's mayor mad white says there was little warning not Tom tornadoes very dangerous very traumatic kind of creep up on ya. The main thing is we the tornado hit at the hotel. I ten thirty one and firi- were were issued at ten twenty seven information that we have on our call now. The charm diplomacy continues in Japan where today prime minister Shinzo Ave, and President Trump are watching these sumo wrestling championship in Tokyo. Correspondent Ivan Watson says Trump tweeted, progress is being made between the two countries toward a trade deal for Trump tweeted that the two leaders were making progress, but they were going to hold off on making a deal. Bill until after Japan holds elections for the house of councillors in July. That's the essentially the upper house of parliament. That is a bit of a concession to his Japanese ally at a time when the government here says that it's a Konami, it's forecasting, that economy is slowing down the Iranian Foreign Minister says Tehran would strongly defend itself against any military or economic aggression calling on European states to do more to preserve a nuclear agreement his country signed with them democratic presidential candidate better. While tell CBS's face the nation in an interview airing today, that the US is sending more troops to the Middle East, and that's provoking get another war. We don't need another war.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"More from correspondent Ivan Watson senior administration official has said this will be focusing on ceremony. The security questions which largely circle around North Korea and its potential threat to Japan with its nuclear weapons and missile launches most recently short range, missile launchers that took place earlier this month. Those are a primary concern for Japan and the US a federal judge temporarily blocked. Part of President Trump's plan to build a border wall. The judge ruled the president's efforts to use emergency declaration, money likely overstepped as thority, the Wisconsin man who admitted to kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie class and killing her parents play sentencing judge James Babbler sentenced Ajay, Jake Patterson to life in prison without the eligibility for release you are the embodiment of evil in the public can only be safe. If you are incarcerated until you die. Correspondent Bill Michaels reports the National Park Service is assessing series of cracks had started to appear in the World War, Two memorial. Royal as Washington DC welcomes visitors this Memorial Day weekend. The park service said in a statement that the World War Two memorial along the National Mall has a large crack on the Atlantic arch and a smaller crack on the district of Columbia column. The park service says the memorial is structurally sound and safe for tourists to visit this Memorial Day weekend. A judge in Wisconsin ordered Anheuser Busch to stop suggesting and its advertising that Miller Coors light bears contain corn syrup the mandate came in a preliminary ruling on a lawsuit filed by Miller.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The victim's attorney is Jeff Anderson are well thousand two hundred and fifty four victims of childhood sexual abuse. In those files in the perversion files. Anderson claims the boy scouts have files on abuse. Going back to the nineteen forties attorneys for two brothers accused by Jesse small. Let's lawyers of assaulting the actor say they are filing suit to get the truth out attorney Gloria Smith, we're going to make sure that the lies in malice attacking our city our police department, and my two clients are met with truth and healing charges of staging his own attack were dropped against small though prosecutor. Say they didn't believe him or the attacks in Sri Lanka retaliation for the mass shootings at two mosques earlier in New Zealand doozy. Lund's prime minister says she's aware of comments linking the attacks. But hasn't seen any hard intelligence? Correspondent Ivan Watson in Columbus. These two attacks are linked by some twisted. Logic of retaliation, the weapons may have been different. The end result is the same places of worship where innocent civilians had been gathered in prayer the death toll from the bombings has now. Well, over three hundred another five hundred people were injured in the attacks. The supreme court is heard arguments today the disputed citizenship question for the twenty twenty senses administration claims it's needed a better comply with federal voting rights laws. Critics say the question is available to tempt to intimidate non-citizens. From taking part on Wall Street. The Dow up one Forty-six SNP up twenty three. I'm Mike moss. Here's some great news. If you missed the deadline to sign up for health insurance or more importantly, if you sign up for a plan that you're just not happy with you still have a choice, it's called meta share and medishare's a Christian healthcare sharing program. It's been around for twenty five years. They have more than four hundred thousand members now around the country and get this over the years..

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"ivan watson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Building blamed on the build up of natural gas and Nancy SP chair. Robert some will six times in the weeks and months preceding, the accident residents reported that a natural gas Mel some old adding which before the act arrested called nine one one to report a gas over the fire department unable to access the building's basement made a room, they did not detect the gas. The explosion in the flower branch apartment complex on August tenth of twenty six twenty sixteen left seven people dead. Dozens more injured the NTSB will soon make its recommendations for the second morning and row. There has been an apartment fire that has left dozens of people displaced. This time in Prince George's county in Landover hills. Prince George's county fire EMS got the call. They reported. Story in the rear garden style apartment, building and unison counter. Heavy fire coming from the first floor and spending to the upper floors. Kief Mark Brady with Prince George's county. Fire says some residents had to escape by jumping off their balconies. The two alarm fire was on Warner avenue at occurred at the garden style. Verona apartments to firefighters suffered burns twenty two people have been displaced by that fire in Alexandria to people are stabbed this morning. Detectives are on the scene as we P court in Alexandria victims have been transported the hospital life threatening injuries. The suspect is in custody, and there's no threats public Sergeant James curry with Fairfax county. Police counselors are available at the friends school today were one of four Americans killed in the long Easter explosions was a fifth grader eleven year old Kieran shavers. Destroyer was on leave from the school visiting Sri Lanka with his mom who survived with minor injuries on Sunday, the coordinated bombings. Against Christians at churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter. Sunday were reportedly in retaliation for last month's terror attacks against Muslims in Christ Church at the shootings in the mosques, the New Zealand. That's according to defense minister more from correspondent Ivan Watson these attacks are linked by some twisted. Logic of retaliation, the weapons may have been different. The end result is the same places of worship where innocent civilians had been gathered in prayer ISIS claimed responsibility, but offered no proof Johns Hopkins University says it has reached a long term agreement to get about two thirds of the university's electricity from solar power under the agreement Johns.

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Facebook says some two hundred people washed video of the New Zealand mosque shooting while it was going on. But none of them flagged, the two moderators as correspondent Ivan Watson reports the backlash against social media in New Zealand has been strong, the three largest broadband providers in New Zealand published a joint open letter the heads of Facebook, Google and Twitter saying that they have to take more responsibility for their content. Facebook has said for its part that in the first twenty four hours after the attacks. It removes some one point five million copies of the video that the suspect live streamed as he started his killing spree. That's correspondent Ivan Watson reporting Google says it plans to launch a video game streaming platform called stadia positioning itself to take on the traditional video game business. The platform leads gamers playing stadia jump across devices operating on Google's chrome browser and. Chrome OS such as pixel phones and Chromebooks Google's is playing video games will be as simple as pressing a play now button without anything to download no launch date or pricing was announced. But the company says stadia will be available in two thousand nineteen in the US, Canada, the UK and parts of Europe. No shopping on Sunday is still the law of the land in one state in the US. But that may soon be coming to an end in North Dakota. Here's correspondent John Stolnis. GOP led legislature has voted to repeal. The last remnants of the state's restrictions on shopping on Sundays with senators voting to repeal those restrictions. The national conference of state legislatures says North Dakota is the only state in the country. That's still prohibits shopping on Sunday mornings at one time. The state law said most businesses had to stay closed altogether..

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Of more than fishy recipients all Menefee stories that was mailed out nine minutes before the attack took place. It did not include a location. It did not include specific details. Correspondent Ivan Watson says we've now learned that even as schools were locked down some students saw what was happening on. The shooter broadcast is actions on face. Facebook. Some of them were actually able to watch the images live on their phones from within their locked classrooms streaming this massacre live as Ray some ethical questions as correspondent Brian Stelter tells us Facebook says that once it was contacted by New Zealand authorities soon after the shooting it removed the suspect's Facebook account and is interim account. But now there are questions about why Facebook didn't know this was happening in real time today. New Zealand police said the airport and the city had done a done had been closed following a report of a suspicious package on the airfield. All eyes are on the Missouri. River were heavy rains and melting snow of increased water levels meteorologist Ivan Cabrera says the high water is going to be felled and seeing downstream in the coming weeks that water has to get out of the tributaries. And all of that means eventually in the Gulf of Mexico says we have many areas that are going to be seeing some breakfast flooded. Damage assessments underway in Paris has yellow vest. Protesters ransacked her said fire to luxury stores, restaurants and banks on the Shawn's LIZA. President Macron tweeted the writing shows his government needs to do. More to address protesters concerns..

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"ivan watson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ivan watson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Talk radio five sixty with you wherever you go. President deflects president vetoes I'm Christopher cruise. Egypt says four of its citizens were among the forty nine killed in shootings at two mosques in New Zealand yesterday. Correspondent Ivan Watson is there Saturday morning. Doctors said that there were eleven people in intensive care and many many more with less critical wounds being treated yesterday. President Trump expressed sympathy for the victims who died at quote places of worship turned into scenes of evil killing asked if he thought white nationalism was a rising threat around the world. He said, I don't really Mr. Trump yesterday. Did what he said he would do he vetoed? A congressional resolution but rejected his declaration of a national emergency almost border president wants to use the national emergency declaration to move billions of dollars away from where congress voted to spend it and construct more of the border wall at the veto ceremony in the Oval Office saying it's his duty to protect the. Nation from what he calls, an invasion. Congress vote to deny the crisis on the southern border is a vote against reality is a tremendous national emergency. Tremendous crisis speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi announcing likely unsuccessful veto override vote next week saying in a statement, the president has chosen to continue to defy the constitution, the congress and the will of the American people. Bob Costantini, the White House. Rivers will rise this coming week across the midwest..

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Indonesia tsunami: Fears of new wave as Anak Krakatau volcano seethes

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Indonesia tsunami: Fears of new wave as Anak Krakatau volcano seethes

"Official death toll from the weekend. Sue NAMI in Indonesia has jumped to three hundred seventy three this morning. One hundred twenty eight others are missing with fourteen hundred fifty nine people injured Ivan Watson reports fear is hampering rescue and recovery efforts. The work is being complicated in the kind of recovery of wounded people and victims of this deadly wave by the fact, that there are fears that there could be another sue NAMI after all the volcano that erupted in his believed to have caused the initials tsunami on Saturday night is still

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Mike Pompeo, Turkey and Andrew Brunson discussed on Bloomberg Finance

Bloomberg Finance

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Mike Pompeo, Turkey and Andrew Brunson discussed on Bloomberg Finance

"Weekend of heat a warning to Russia. I'm Christopher cruise, it's another hot weekend in, northern California where firefighters continue. To battle more than a. Dozen wildfires meteorologist Ivan Cabrera says they've been making some progress but the weather isn't. Helping, the winds have been Radic, they've been very strong. And so we have started multiple fires, all in one area now encompassing Chien's one hundred thirty, three thousand, plus acres here we had thirty nine, percent containment and that's actually four percent up from this time yesterday secretary. State Mike Pompeo in Singapore today warned Russia China and others against. Any violation of international sanctions on North Korea correspondent Ivan Watson is, with Pompeo at the meeting of southeast Asian. Nations he says the secretary also talked about a UN report that says some countries are providing petroleum to North Korea that's something that he's singled out that he said that he raised with South. East Asian nations here. Saying, that they've got help With trying to, make sure that, United Nations Security council. Resolutions of blocking. This that they are enforced Turkey's president reject tie up air to one says the country will freeze. The assets of two American officials in retaliation, for sanctions against Turkey's Justice. And interior ministers those sanctions. Happened because Turkey refuses to release American pastor Andrew Brunson correspondent Nic Robertson says this. Tit, for tat does not bode, well for brunson's release. Doesn't really seem to give confidence that, Andrew Brunson the pastor who's just been released from jail, in Turkey, put under house arrest it doesn't seem, to hinder his going to get home any quick which is of course. What President Trump wants to say the National Rifle Association says it's. Running out of money the group filed a complaint in US district, court last month saying it may have to. Stop publishing its magazine and it's television channel as a result of a dispute with.

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Israel struck Iranian sites in Syria

America in the Morning

01:30 min | 4 years ago

Israel struck Iranian sites in Syria

"Meeting with kim jong un just days ago has urged the release of six south koreans who've been held in custody in north korea for years ivan watson secretary of state mike pompeo accompanied the americans from north korea ahead of a planned us north korean summit the location said we will see if we can do something that people did not think was going to happen those comments made at joint base andrews maryland earlier this morning i'm john trout israel has struck a rainy and infrastructure sites in syria it's the israeli response to a rocket attack by iranian forces stationed in syria against israel ian lee is in jerusalem as far as for residents in but golan heights where all this took place right now israel saying it's business as usual schools are open people can go back into their fields but there is a tension there that this could escalate further senator john mccain calls on his colleagues to reject gina hassles nomination as c i a director keen who was a prisoner of war in vietnam says well he has no doubt has the patriot who loves her country her refusal to acknowledge tortures immorality is disqualifying with mccain al recovering from surgery related to his brain cancer in kentucky senator rand paul opposed you need support from one democratic senator as well as every other republican to be confirmed sierra crawford washington haskell is expected to be confirmed i'm john.

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Israel bombs

America's Morning News

01:31 min | 4 years ago

Israel bombs

"You go has urged the release of six south koreans who've been held in custody in north korea for years ivan watson secretary of state mike pompeo accompanied the americans from north korea ahead of a planned us north korean summit location set and we will see if we can do something that people did not think was going to happen those comments made at joint base andrews maryland earlier this morning i'm john trout israel has struck a rainy and infrastructures sites in syria it's the israeli response to a rocket attack by iranian forces stationed in syria against israel ian lee is in jerusalem as far as for residents in the golan heights where all this took place right now israel saying it's business as usual schools are open people can go back into their fields but there is a tension there that this could escalate further senator john mccain calls on his colleagues to reject gina hassles nomination as cia director too keen who was a prisoner of war in vietnam says well he has no doubt has bulls the patriot who loves her country her refusal to acknowledge tortures immorality is disqualifying with mccain al recovering from surgery related to his brain cancer in kentucky senator rand paul opposed to need support from one democratic senator as well as every other republican to be confirmed sierra crawford washington haskell is expected to be confirmed i'm jay john trout if you're eighty five or younger.

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Not the Rominee: Mitt Romney 2nd at Utah GOP Convention, Must Face Senate Primary

So What's Your Problem? with Stan Katzer

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Not the Rominee: Mitt Romney 2nd at Utah GOP Convention, Must Face Senate Primary

"The legacy of former first lady barbara bush was honored at her funeral service on saturday thousand people were at the service at saint martin's church in houston where mrs bush was deemed the first lady of the greatest generation her son former florida governor jeb bush shirt memory about an off the cuff complement his mother paid to his father he looked like hell mom opened her eyes and said my god george you are devastatingly handsome friends end stranger say bush's legacy will live on forever clayton neville houston in explosion apparently caused by suicide bomber hit have voter registration center in the afghan capital of kabul at least four people were killed while north korea announced it's suspending icbm missile launches nuclear tests and plans to shutter its main nuclear weapons testing site correspondent ivan watson says pyongyang has not said it will dismantle its arsenal a lot of experts and certainly japan are skeptical that north korea would be willing to immediately bargain away its nuclear arsenal would have to have major incentives i think most of the experts argue to do away with something and has spent years and untold treasure to try to build in the first place in the suffered incredible international isolation as punishment for that former gop presidential nominee mitt romney said that he is looking forward to a primary campaign after failing to win the nomination for the us senate seat in utah at the state party convention he came in a close second to state lawmaker mike kennedy who got fifty one percent of the vote to romney's fortynine percent oakland lefthanders sean mnaya tossed a no hitter and the athletics three to nothing victory over the boston red sox i'm barbara kusak.

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By Lalit K Jha Trade Disputes, Debt Burden Threaten Global Growth: IMF

02:10 min | 4 years ago

By Lalit K Jha Trade Disputes, Debt Burden Threaten Global Growth: IMF

"To brown's your favorite podcasts earl services have been held in houston for former first lady barbara bush with her burial underway in college station texas presidential historian jon meacham is among those who remembered her as the wife of one president and the mother of another she holds a distinction that belongs to only one other american in the long history of the republic abigail adams who was present at the creation north korea has made a major decision ahead of an upcoming meeting with president trump correspondent ivan watson north korea has announced that it is unilaterally suspending intercontinental ballistic missile launches nuclear weapons tests and that it is planning to discard its main nuclear weapons testing site in the north of the country he international monetary fund says a strong world economy is threatened by increasing tension over trade the imf is holding its spring meeting in washington i'm ann cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters poker giant stars group agreed to buy sky betting and gaming in a deal valued at four point seven billion dollars that moves poker stars deeper into sports betting to create the biggest publicly listed online gambling company toronto based stars group will pay cash and stock to owners cvc capital partners and skype elc in a surprise move h and a group of china cut its stake in deutsche bank again this after saying in february that it didn't plan another cut ha is deutchebanks biggest shareholder and a group cut its holdings to seven point nine percent from eight point eight percent the reduction in deutchebanks comes amid an attempt by hana to raise sixteen billion dollars by selling assets to deal with its financing problems in china germanybased fresenius medical care sold its controlling stake in sound inpatient physicians holdings llc to eventually by summit partners for two point fifteen billion dollars for he is the world's biggest provider of dialysis products sound inpatient physicians provides physicians to deliver inpatient.

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China space lab mostly burns up on re-entry in south Pacific

Bob Clark

01:42 min | 4 years ago

China space lab mostly burns up on re-entry in south Pacific

"From your breaking news station i'm ed hartley chinese space thirty say the defunct tongue one mostly burned up upon re entering the earth's atmosphere and the central south pacific an ambitious space program and the chengguan won the heavenly palace was supposed to be a big leap forward for the space program until two thousand seventeen when china informed the united nations that it had completed its historic mission and basically informed that it had lost contact with the bus sized spacecraft correspondent ivan watson us customs and border protection says work will begin in early april on a project to replace twenty miles a border wall at the center theresa new mexico congress authorized one point six billion dollars for border wall construction this year that's much less than twenty five billion president trump wanted but officials are eager to show they're making progress nonetheless watering restrictions and the albuquerque area kicked in yesterday april first the city county water utility authority says in order to cut down losses from winston evaporation no sprinkler irrigation is allowed between eleven am and seven pm those restrictions will remain in place until the end of october conservation manager colors musto says since we're in a severe drought is especially important to follow the watering rules this year last week apple ceo tim cook took a shot at facebook and ceo mark zuckerberg over the data breach scandal this week duck burgas firing back in the british publication vox zuckerberg answers cook's comments suggesting the facebook model is that if you don't let everyone in you don't agree with free speech luxembourg calls.

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Trump: No deal on DACA

Red Eye Radio

02:05 min | 4 years ago

Trump: No deal on DACA

"Daca deal dead military exercise i'm elliot francis president trump says there will be no deal to legalize the status of young immigrants brought to the us undocumented as children is also threatening to kill the north american free trade agreement correspondent born senchenko tells more individual eligibility aside president trump ended this program back in september essentially making it impossible for any new arrivals to the united states to apply for dhaka of course courts have ultimately ruled that the dreamers within the united states staying here with dhaka eligibility would be able to remain that they would be able to renew their legal status through the courts as this process plays out south korea and the us kicked off their annual joint military exercises after they were delayed by about a month for the winter olympics correspondent ivan watson says the drills come ahead of an expected meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong wound is year washington is down playing these annual war games now that president trump plans in historic facetoface meeting with north korea's leader if this experimented diplomacy fails however the us military is making clear it's prepared to use force to protect the us and its allies in the pacific selections that get underway today and bill cosby's retrial on sexual assault charges june consumers reports this trial the judge says five prior accusers can take the stand one who has been subpoenaed former supermodel janice dickinson the defense for instance wants a witness by the name of margot jackson to take the stand she knew andrea constand and would testify according to the defense at constand said she could fabricate everything that bill cosby drugged her and sexually assaulted her and then she could get a lot of money police say evidence shows the cliff crash that killed a washington state family may have been intentional car stumped on the side of the road then accelerated straight off the cliff i'm elliot francis every business needs great people and the better way to find them something better than posting your job online and just praying.

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Kim Jong Un to meet S. Korean leader in historic summit

Rush Limbaugh

01:32 min | 4 years ago

Kim Jong Un to meet S. Korean leader in historic summit

"Just a few oligarchs we're gonna go after their banking sector wearing after their oil sector we're gonna make it hurt south korean diplomats north korea's leader kim jong un has agreed to talk about denuclearization during a meeting with south korea's president next month in seoul correspondent ivan watson reports that would be a departure from pontiac longstanding position on nuclear arms we have not seen any mention of it whatsoever yet in the north korean state media and in the past north korea has said this is a non starter it will never negotiate about its nuclear weapons because it sees them as an existential defense against a its foes the us and south korea bill cosby is back in into montgomery county courtroom in norristown pennsylvania jury selection in his retrial on sexual assault charges scheduled to begin on monday correspondent steve kastenbaum the defense team wanted judge steven o'neill to remove himself from the trial because his wife works with victims of sexual harassment and assault at u penn tom mezro said there was an appearance that the judge's decisions could be influenced by his wife's work the judge pushed back saying it's wrong to say he's biased or prejudiced by his wife's work steven o'neill said a one hundred dollars donation made to a victim's advocacy organization was done with university funds not his wife's money and it was over a year before anyone knew that they plan to rally in support of cosby's accusers the defense could still try to appeal to a higher state court and delay the trial i'm steve kastenbaum right now it is fifty eight degrees in albuquerque pine pat allen newsradio k o b a.

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Kim Jong Un to meet S. Korean leader in historic summit

Rush Limbaugh

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Kim Jong Un to meet S. Korean leader in historic summit

"On the table sacramento bracing i'm michael toscano april twentyseventh is officially the date now for a summit between north korean leader kim jong un and south korean president moon jae in ivan watson reports from seoul that the big question is how much talk they will be about the north's nukes we've heard both from the south koreans and from the chinese that the north koreans appear to be open to discussing denuclearization the we haven't heard that from the north koreans themselves yet so that is going to be something vital to look at in the weeks running up to this april twentyseventh interkorean summit sacramento california on edge for the funeral today up twenty two year old stuff on clark the shooting death at the hands of police of the unarmed man has sparked days of protests correspondent dan simon is there for us no question there will be some form of protest tonight but where the protesters go what type of disruption they might attempt to do we still don't know the judge and bill cosby sexual assault retrial has rejected demands from his lawyers that he step aside because his wife is a social worker and advocate for assault victims the judge says that doesn't make him biased jury selection starts monday a meeting between defense secretary james mattis and incoming national security adviser john bolton is set for this afternoon but will it be a meeting of the minds let's go to barbara starr at the pentagon that bolton meeting is going to be important both substantively and in terms of optics a lot of questions about whether bolton is too hawkish for geneticists jim mattis coin to still have his access to the president directly when bolton takes over at madison says he's never met bolton before a manhunt in plano texas following a shooting in an apartment that left one person dead three injured the suspect fleeing the scene us stocks showing gains today the last day of trading ahead of the easter holiday weekend technology and industrial companies gaining back lost ground the dow is up two hundred seventy eight points the snp up twenty seven the.

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Judge allows part of emoluments lawsuit against Trump to move forward

Rush Limbaugh

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Judge allows part of emoluments lawsuit against Trump to move forward

"Trump's legal challenges command performance i'm michael toscano a federal judge in maryland is allowing a lawsuit against president trump from the attorneys general of maryland and washington dc to go ahead they allege trump is violating the us constitutions emoluments clause which prohibits federal officials from becoming personally enriched by quote any king prince or foreign state correspondent valerie jarrett explains many people have alleged that president trump is accepting money from foreign governments dignitaries who choose to stay at the trump international hotel here in washington and the judge here today is not making a ruling on the merits but he is saying that they've alleged enough for the suit to go through no response yet from the white house on that or to a report from the new york times that former trump lawyer john dowd had been talking with the lawyers for indicted former aides paul manafort and michael flynn about issuing pardons for them the legal issues mounting for the president this day bob costantini reporting mr trump would have to be put under oath if the attorney for porn star stormy daniels has his way michael is asking a federal court to order the president trump be deposed over whether he knew his personal attorney michael cohen was paying daniels to keep quiet about the alleged sexual encounter that at all times mr trump knew about this new about one hundred thirty thousand dollars was fully aware of it cohen claims he did the deal on his own the president and all this tweeting he thinks north korea leader kim jong un may quote do what is right for his people and for humanity by moving toward peace this after the world learned unhealed a secret summit with chinese president xi but ivan watson reports it may have been a command performance for china has been the historic patron of north korea but north korea and china have not been getting along for years the question here is did the chinese summoned their proxy to beijing ahead of expected meetings with south korea and with president trump i'm michael toscano ask any dentist.

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Jeff Sessions says prosecutors won't pursue "small marijuana cases"

Handel on the Law

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Jeff Sessions says prosecutors won't pursue "small marijuana cases"

"Words during our talks to refer to negotiations with north korea's leader kim jong un saying he believes in a commitment that nuclear and missile testing we'll be on hold while north korea talks with the us in seoul correspondent ivan watson says every word becomes the focus went little is known about the win or the wear of those talks what we've heard so far of the north korean position has come from the south korean delegation that went there in the first place and brought the offer for a facetoface meeting to president trump himself the president today also tweeted he's getting strong support from the leaders of china and japan over new diplomatic efforts with pyongyang's the administration is announcing what it says is a first step toward ban manning bumps stocks that left guns mimic fully automatic fire and were used killed fifty eight people in las vegas last year in a statement attorney general jeff sessions said quote the department of justice has submitted to the office of management and budget a notice of a proposed regulation it to clarify that the national firearms and gun control act defines machinegun to include bumped stock type devices i'm mike cremedas the attorney general has talked about cracking down on marijuana sales even in states where it's considered legal by local law to had more to say about that we tell our us attorneys to use your resources you feel best they haven't been working small marijuana cases before and i'm not going to be working on now the attorney general speaking in a georgetown law event in washington what black panther is now moung the most successful films ever made the marvel blockbuster topped the one billion dollar mark at the global box office today marvel says the sequel is already in the works i'm jan johnson thinking about life insurance what if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly rated price.

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