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Whats that big bird
"Of coffee anymore. Today's story PTERODACTYL sightings. The PTERODACTYL is a flying reptile. They were thought to have died out at the end of the cassation period, but there have been sightings across north. America. Since Spanish first set foot on what today's Mexico pterodactyls were there on pictographs and discovered on the face of cliffs native. Americans. Spoke of a giant bird eight people in sketched their images on hides. But there have been a rash of sightings in modern times, the nineteen, sixty, a couple driving. Driving through California's Trinity National Forest reported seeing the so what a giant bread that they asked committed to have a wingspan of thirty feet later described it as resembling a pterodactyl may nineteen, sixty, one in New York state a businessman flying his private plane over the Hudson River valley claimed that he was buzzed by a large flying creature that he sat luck like a pterodactyl January nineteen, seventy-six Harlingen Texas Teens Jackie Davis. Tracy Lawson reported seeing a bird on the. The ground that stood five feet tall was dark in color with a ball head and face like gorillas. The sharp six inch long beak a subsequent investigation by their parents, uncovered tracks that had three toes and were eight inches across that same year. In San Antonio Texas three elementary school teachers teachers. Now saw what they described as a PTERODACTYL swooping low over their cars. As they drove. They said, it's Wingspan was between twenty and thirty feet and one of the. The teachers commented that glided through the air on huge bony wings like a bat, September nineteen, eighty, two loss. Fresno Texas, an ambulance driver named James Thomson was stopped while driving on highway one hundred by a sighting of a large bird like object flying low over the area. He described it as a black grace bird, but the rough texture. But no feathers, it had a twenty foot Wingspan Hump on the back of its head and almost no neck at all. All after consulting some books to identify the creature, he decided it most closely look like pterodactyl. There have been numerous pictures taken of flying reptiles. One such photo show six civil war union soldiers standing over a PTERODACTYL. They apparently shot down shortly after the photo was published experts, cleared it a fake however recently, that creator of the Phony Photo said, it was a replica of the real picture. He has since produced the original most recently twenty, sixteen, a man in. In the city of Corvallis Oregon says, he saw a big bird that sounded like a dinosaur, the man who provided a full name, but asked to remain anonymous told Cryptos, who just news that he works as a campus security guard. He says, he was taking out the trash in the middle of the day when the creatures startled him, it flew from above house across the street and glided back to the ground. I only saw briefly those caught off guard by. By size and the screeching sounded made a sounded like an old movie dinosaur. He described the creature was flying with a wingspan of about twenty to thirty feet of wink. The
"jackie davis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"There the Walgreens big man Dwight Howard to please the call but it's on the Davis picking up the infraction his first another ushering in baseline right this time by Smith give right baseline but the point here is a three for green and it's good Dante greenback one seven in the win over Iowa Thursday his first bucket here twenty one nineteen Michigan near one no hesitation by green I mean obviously that was his number being called and I tell you what he called it ought not to know him to double team the right point now to the left side Brooks give it to Julius takes in a floater it rattles homing David the truly is comes up with his first budget nice take care Michigan by for Indiana quickly on the other side with Smith give the Thompson right wing now left side green green around the screen girls to the right elbow suited up in early grades for the IRA rebel Davis Michigan by four with the basketball Sibson around a Davis had here since it fires at last quarter three for John go John visited by seven the good no one he's been under the weather as of late sometimes the three makes you feel a whole lot better left elbow here's David Stodder Sampath Austin Davis and roles at home on a jumper twenty six twenty one for free Ron Davis's battled injuries throughout his career we haven't given up much disease but that was a big who's there the point Brooks heated court Davis goes up or down nobody shall raise Thompson save the day before another Austin Davis Graham the country's going to align with Michigan up by five eight fifty seven percent about the awareness in in the past by the libros to be able to get in there most players were took an extra dribble but him understanding that he S. two players with him on a defense find a bullet Sam is to kind of borrowing Lara is Austin Davis the Davis to strive worry seven eighteen on the year fifty six percent his first is market still twenty six twenty one Walgreens delivers in Simpson out for Michigan Ron Jackson Davis in Thompson the Ron Davis out for you Michigan up by five Davis trying to split the pair the redshirt junior let's why not sit down if you could buy six one office Marge is later today John you can work more from right to left for the sixteen eight Indiana Hoosiers maybe one once on the road here's a drive inside by greed shoprite block the shot was no where close rebound Michigan's Julie as far sideline pushed past right wing Brooks for a three short but hold we've got the right there read hello the I weigh forty nine twenty one Walgreens about RG biller the one of the Davis has found his niche and maybe that god is doing the dirty work certain heart spleen scan office a rebound the put back so all the Davis is give me done that this Walgreen eight point lead Davis five point two two for before he came in over the last five averaging seven point eleven minutes the game and now he's up to seventeen over the last eighteen from the field yes it down there and he I think liver cold with his best finisher with lately some dark you for a player there you're not going to one place for first of all so he's got to do the dirty work yeah I mean as a coach you probably telling him if you want to offer the plays go to boards in the off the office aboard and that's exactly what he's been doing I mean at some point in time I would have to just over in their touring and kind of feeding and reward them for the work the window Walgreens up twenty nine twenty one after the Archie Miller time out the Hoosiers white the last Indiana them what road when it was at the brass of their other five a loss by almost forty nine wait left wing Tennessee back to Europe right side here's Smith from the wing Michigan good defense on the outside with a two three zone right side Smith illegal to point given left side fifty pounds before Jackie Davis walked in here the last Austin Davis they were the Hoosiers only six on the shot clock Michigan by eight hello Mister will come out of a time out in it to rezone this trying to steal a position if you will while staying in it for multiple series the Moses does that affect over for the most part is trying to steal the left side it is the op the inbound a left wing three from euro banks on rebound one hot Aussie Davis three loss to handle rejection Davis has it any trouble at all the speaker of Austin Davis it'll go back in Vienna with nineteen on the sideline after the media timeout what a day this is there twenty nine twenty one they should get seven fifty eight left you're the.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WTOP
"We all work together yeah even give them the day off yeah they got a day off when we WTOP by the way the National Weather Service will be going to some of those locations to see whether or not a tornado caused that damage of course the severe weather ripped through both northern Virginia and suburban Maryland and thousands of people are still without power dominion energy says the powers out to nearly fifty two hundred customers most of them in Fairfax funkier and loud in counties more than nine hundred pepco customers don't have any power in Montgomery in and prince George's counties the first energy says about twenty one hundred customers in Fredericton Carroll counties are without electricity were in touch with the utility companies will keep you up to date on when the power will be back on we're learning more today about how the manhunt yesterday and Anna Rundle county close schools and shut down to neighborhoods for most of the day tell police got their man twenty two year old Joseph Willis is accused of shooting two police officers and killing another man although the charges against him are likely to change WTOP is Meghan clarity starts our team coverage and around the county police chief Tim all Tomari says in searching for the man who killed Christopher Jones and shot two of his officers they knew the suspect was hiding in the community with all the patterns that we need to see to give us that feeling that were that were on the scent charging documents say investigators identified Joseph Willis Wynne Jones is roommate called nine one one reporting Jones was dead and his Toyota Camry was missing when she detective spotted the car and approached the driver hours later sergeant Jackie Davis says Willis shot detective Scott Ballard detective increased after just seeing his partner get shot stayed in that pursuit he was ultimately shot a short distance and a short time later Davis says it was all hands on deck and investigators eventually got warrants for two addresses where they suspected Willis could be hiding our swat team executed a search warrant on river bank work and simultaneously our state police partners executed a search warrant on they'll get court she says Willis was arrested.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The hand off to rob Finnessey defense kind of relaxed and traces drove the ball of his left hand that's gonna be discounting for all year entrees Jackson Davis get the ball out of his left hand that time a really nice move trace puts it up and hit another one these five for five Indiana is seven for seven as a team right now and to the sideline Anderson goes to this to the sideline along with a manual little she's got a second personal file trace Jackson Davis continues to be perfect from the stripe six of six nineteen eighteen in the era back on top by a port inside ten minutes now the first person that I knew well to the right left in the hands James examples of back out to Agnes Agnew tries to penetrate right cut off by the Maisie Anderson players outside of James how they got a brand the end of the lane throws it down low and I strive inside is blocked the way Jackie Davis at the other way they go quickly just about to the Maisie not a fantasy all three on the way Lori Blackman trying to block out there looks like in the end is going to get a one on one after the made three possibly a five point plan grace Jackson Davis down low is a factor this time it was Justin's underneath that he's going to go to the free throw line just looking for more points from the line as well he is two for two from the stripe is two point seven from the line and I was only the eighth file on north Alabama so it's going to be a one on one here for just a policy that is one of the owners nine oh one to go here in the first half Blackmun back in the ballgame now so just inspect through a step three of seven coming into tonight's game instead of his first three the second has the bonuses of this Indian has started eight of eight nine of nine to the free throw line absolutely love it here let's go ten for ten finance minister won't go so that's the first miss the ball game it's twenty three eighteen Indiana still ninety percent CJ forever cross the timeline works it's the right side down the baseline cut off by Finnessey lack of monsters to try to put it off while he was family of all ideas about this Britain's got it goes left sided James went off to add you on the way he spends a little lane throws a download James he kicks it outside the room for a free try it is three really patient that was a really good use of the shot clock with Alabama keeps trying to attack the basket it's inside the paint fix it out for three Iran has outside fast easy on the right side advances the trace Jackson Davis and again we got a phone call this will go on camera he picks up big trouble over ten feet away from the basket is the really bad style there by six Jackson Davis is not going to do much with the basketball that far away from the basket we're going to have your help side defense Casey drives just a silly kind of pushing the back from the Jackson Davis going to the free throw line here should one one six points for trace Jackson Davis all from the stripe and now service is doing a really good job at the free throw line to start this ball game and it's two guys they've been doing a three for for for Justin Smith and now eight of eighty four trace Jackson Davis is you have to start trace the ends on top twenty five twenty one now why side pastors to Christian Agnew Agnew on jumps off the black one on the right side he pops up for three from three point range all four on three four three pointers here's Robert a sea bass lines outside easy Addison il Y. fly and he will first point to the ball game and now it's twenty twenty four and there's a time are called this with full time out here for seven forty seven forty eight twenty four back in a moment this is our youth basketball if you come to all of these from two to five PM you can get sliders for book for another blog you can get a small drink or fries or snack shake for the low low price of another book you can round out this afternoon snack with warm cookies it's really a meal at this point call it a snack that way you come back for dinner.
"jackie davis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"It's funny because I the story goes way back to when you first started doing the show with his for Westminster was the day that I did not meet you but I kind of make you watching you on David Letterman and you had your wow that's way back that in a little dresses on these rats yeah a and then of a sudden I think we scheduled you from this show from the fashion show which this year is the sixteenth annual New York fashion show and then you came on a second your government woman yes it said that I may stand with from from two while my mother and two cats designer to rot owner I mean everybody during the fashion shows with Jackie Davis with a way back yeah I'm going to come in early next year because the fashion show is on Thursday nights here at hotel pad and I got to walk in two of them and I get the fifty shades of grey and I did the king one round Marc Anthony where where you'll you gave a key since they people still talking about the air will that's all that's all they want the movies they can really well I got a good it was a crowd that definitely are and I was walking around with my silky great game is on and so yeah I made a friend you notify right it was fun it was all the money goes towards went up to the menu proceeds to gold so on the on the may just alliance for New York City animals will have on the the number one hundred fifty rescue groups we have around twenty the signage throughout the night not only from the United States will also international these here we have from Morocco on the Philippines and what the monologue yes I'm a many outfits where there five it was a specially made in this country's handmade by indigenous people are like from the my guess they made one of the masquerade the hand made of fabric and so on is very unique we have a different theme throughout the night one was international masquerade wish list feature into we need to come in early and do the show yeah international festivals we we represent the from the international countries we have the demons and angels which I'm not all that you will have a love that was so much I don't know a little bit and I don't mean that okay we are working together even going to be the angel yeah I would be the I'm I'm I'm always the little devils yeah sure yeah great but I guess the angel definitely the annual makes all these possible tell him I said hi I haven't seen Greg in a little while but some of the got bumped into him it was at the global pet show in Orlando Florida he was there one year yeah and a bump internet what's up so you never know who you're going to now opening bottles of some find the celebrating for old though the right now yes I am I don't know what I know I don't know what we're doing you had the best in show contest at fashion show yes and the royal punctual wedding all the right approach is more amazing with make them Barkal on Harry prince of tales nine on there where a company by the queen mother and the royal Palm this car and the couple bridesmaids on the fly yeah it was yeah it was beautiful and and they were all replica of the actual wedding the outfits even the ground was a replica of the actual ground that the queen mother you yeah this is all different jobs to resist all you know different dog we we really emphasize on featuring animals that are available for adoption okay know your defense he needs to the thing is these out I make a lot of this out of favor these yet I because some soul be sick for the many between all the models on under the signers but I always throw a few pieces there I got the dress that many **** many **** I got all excited in my first well this is some of the dogs around yeah yeah he will assist me in that the meeting was that that was on the wrong way we also had to be the drag on either side yeah the men in my in the bear the dragon with an angel I'll wait the has wings and then my own my goodness yes it will definitely when that's not that's about the best little but it was something similar to it that the drug or something very similar so tell us on I can for the people that didn't attend the fashion show the company sees is there a place that I know it's taped everything and I know there's a major news there yes major in the US right now is being everywhere local and and the the national media but I would say that a bagel will probably nearby fashion show and you too I I'm I'm put down two thousand nineteen because if they yes I need a fashion show we've been doing this for sixteen years so they have a lot of videos to what but even they add the year so that we see the latest one so the sixteenth annual New York fashion show masquerade ball for animal rescue that was on Thursday but it just Google on there but the year twenty nine twenty nineteen seven yes the sixteenth annual and you can check everything out I mean everything that they had going on what was the Hollywood to Bollywood first it was amazing to see if I was here I would have to have one of your favorite absolutely love it so I missed on the school for a moment after the devils and angels with your face you can put me anywhere you want to I mean we're so excited I hope that you know we keep pushing you and asking you to call me I mean and I wasn't here last year please I had well that's good to know I will make an effort coming next year we will have you thought about the team for next year we we have some ideas okay so my meals are ready we had the meeting right makes a third of the show and then we ideas yes next year's theme is Adam any I'll be wearing a little a little leave interesting that would be like a vegan five that's not bad as always I love it I don't call me and say hello I want to see you all the time and it's like but I don't get to talk to you that much either you level with me I mean I was so people came over me I press releases or anything that's going on especially with your fashions are any events that you're doing I'll be happy to though yeah please do if you know that I am like from one spot to filter the on there and this year we're all busy yeah the time we went on the show yes is that over both of which we are always trying.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Up and hi difficult and challenging circumstances when they are doing great things and I say it if you are so this is what feeds my soul so I don't have time for somebody's say prime rate on the things that are most important to you president trump tweeted last Saturday quote coming district is a disgusting rap in rodent infested mass if you spend more time in Baltimore maybe he could help clean up is very dangerous and filthy place I counselor and bus driver to camp in Fairfax county is arrested and charged with abusing a child someone called police Thursday to report thirty seven year old sis R. Lauer cab or touch the child inappropriately the child does not attend camp greenway and police say the alleged abuse did not happen at camp green weight were on one of its faucets president trump mulling over who tap is director of national intelligence Texas congressman John Radcliffe removed himself from consideration yesterday correspondent Abby Phillip in the days after he was named many Republicans simply could only say that they didn't know anything about him and the president became a little bit concerned that this confirmation was not going to be what he'd been told it would be by his friends and allies many Democrats question whether Radcliffe was qualified for the post Mr trump says he could announce his choice Monday weapons testing continues in North Korea for a second day today Pyongyang's official Korean central news agency says Kim Jong moon over saw another test firing multiple rocket launcher systems they could potentially enhance the country's ability to strike targets in South Korea and US military bases there this testing comes a day after North Korea fire projectiles into the sea experts say North Korea could continue showing off its weapons in coming months if nuclear negotiations with the US don't go anywhere a state police uniform and badge help to hand over man steal thousands of dollars from immigrants in and around the county according to police sergeant Jackie Davis says Christopher Tate poses a cop and ask Hispanic business owners for money for charity other victims came forward and they said that Tate had identified himself.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Heather Curtis new this hour a man is on the run after robbing a gun store in Fredericksburg Virginia it's not Sylvania county sheriff says the man broke into hall position precision and gunsmithing this morning around four AM they haven't said what if anything was stolen he was caught on surveillance video police are hoping someone can help them identify the suspect a fake police uniform and badge help to Hanover man steal thousands of dollars from immigrants in and Randall county according to police sergeant Jackie Davis says Christopher Tate posed as a cop announced Hispanic business owners for money for a police charity other victims came forward and they said that Tate had identified himself is actually a member of ice and this led them to fear immigration ever questions if they did not give money to this charity Tate was arrested on multiple charges this week including theft and impersonating a police officer an illegal immigrant who'd been living in Alexandria is now back in his native El Salvador ice arrested over angel in may because he was wanted for aggravated homicide in his native country an immigration judge said he needed to be deported president Donald Trump needs to nominate a new pack for national intelligence director congressman John Radcliffe withdrew from consideration yesterday many Democrats questioned whether he was qualified for the post correspondent Abby fill up in the days after he was named many Republicans simply could only say they didn't know anything about him and the president became a little bit concerned that this confirmation was not going to be what he'd been told it would be by his friends and allies the president says right click decided to stay in Congress so as to avoid quote months of slander and libel up next traffic and weather on WMAL.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"With selection questioning the constitutionality is is we see what the president of Porter Rico Senate isn't happy with the decision and has hinted he may fight it the search is on for a hit and run driver who plowed into a pedestrian on betting road northeast Thursday night sending the man flying over the car and tumbling to the ground DC police say the victim was walking on the road when he was hit that victim has life threatening injuries he looked like a police officer but he wasn't I had over man that's some real officers this week when they arrested him for multiple charges including impersonating a cop Christopher Tate was wearing what some would consider police regalia and he was going to mostly Hispanic owned businesses presenting himself as a detective or an agent of the federal authorities and soliciting money for a charity that he was running from these businesses and Randall county police sergeant Jackie Davis says take told the businesses he could give them tax breaks or help them if they gave him money other victims said he told them he was with ice and they feared if they didn't give him money they could be deported no verdict yet in the case of an Israeli company executives charged in Maryland with orchestrating a scheme to defraud tens of thousands of people out of tens of millions of dollars thirty eight year old Lee el Baz is being tried on federal wire fraud and conspiracy charges a jury deliberated eleven hour since Thursday and didn't get a verdict yesterday they'll regroup Monday a justice department prosecutor says el Baz trot treat employees to lie to investors in ring to the odds making them against that making and recouping any money American rack or rapper a sap rocky is back in LA he flew from Sweden to the state's yesterday in a private chat after Swedish authorities agreed he could await a decision in an assault trial at home president Donald Trump they've been pushing for the rapper's release correspondence Salma Abdulaziz president trump even going so far at one point as to send his special envoy for hostage affairs yesterday we saw a leaked letter from that special envoy to the Swedish prosecution saying that there could be quote negative consequences for bilateral relations between the two countries rocky and two associates are accused of beating a nineteen year old man to death outside a fast food restaurant in Stockholm.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mean, it says it's eleven minutes past eight, but also it's seven weeks to Brexit. A new week of counting down to when the UK is scheduled to leave the European Union. Still however, no agreement among British politicians on how it's going to happen. The Prime Minister Theresa may needs concessions from the EU over particularly held the border with Ireland is going to be dealt with businesses are stockpiling materials and with just weeks to go some government MP's meeting to try to come up with a range of alternative solutions. Practically speaking what can happen, and we'll all be saved with a majestic EU fudge as it's called just in time. That'd be speaking to journalists. Jackie davis. She knows a great deal about this based in Brussels longtime commentator and convener of discussions on e you affairs. So where should we be looking for developments this week? I think it's still the real development have to come at the domestic level. Because as you were saying, the EU is making it clear and standing very firm on its argument that there is nothing to negotiate that this is the only possible deal. It's the best possible deal something indeed, the British Prime minister self was saying until a couple of weeks ago when she decided to vote against her own deal. So they are saying you talk about alternative arrangements. But you haven't come up with anything new. So what is it you want to discuss precisely the sort of things that are floating around using technology to solve it. They say that's magical thinking we've been talking about that for a very long time. And they that technology doesn't exist yet a time limit to the so-called backstopped the Irish insurance policy or a possibility for the UK to withdraw unilaterally. Well, that would make a nonsense of it being an insurance policy from the perspective. So they're standing firm. I don't think we will see any movement from the this week. And if we see any movement between now and. As it were. It would be really still in the form of clarifications, not a major change. So the view from Brussels is is for the conservative party in particular and the government to sort out its internal differences. I come up with concrete proposals. That aren't things that they say have already been discussed. You know, a lot of the players pretty much everyone involved in this is saying there is no movement in their position, and everyone then goes on to say, it'll be a disaster. If no one moves, but I'm not gonna move that seems to be pretty much everyone situation. Now, the EU has his reputation for coming up with last minute arrangements, the so-called fudge and so on. In an issue as big as this. Do you think that that's going to happen or do the usual rules, not apply in this case? I think that you should rules. Don't apply for one particular reason when the comes up with these classic such is no in twenty five years here. I've seen many of them it is to broker deals between members of the club. It is to enable the EU to move forward club. This is different. This is a negotiation with a country that is about to become what the third third-country no longer a member of the club goes to the very heart as brussel sees it. And as many capital of what the club is four and how you protect and preserve it. So I think it is different. This doesn't mean that won't be as I say there could be some minor concessions in the form of clarifications. People are talking about a legal. What's called a call to seal the wood, again, underline the intention is that this insurance policy. This fax salt would only be temporary. But in terms of funding. Mental shift. You're absolutely right. All sides, saying everyone thinks no deal would be disastrous. But the EU saying it cannot compromise on its fundamental principles and rules. It will supported one of its Member States a battle. If you like with someone who will no longer, the Atlanta, the UK saying, it won't move someone's going to have to all even though everyone says it's disastrous we will end off potentially with an accidental no deal. That's Jackie Davis. Longtime commentator on e you affairs, talking to us from Brussels. Let's take you to the pope Francis has made history by becoming the first pontiff to visit the Arabian peninsula. He arrived in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, which although a Muslim state has a significant Roman Catholic population, mainly a Filipino and Indian workers father, Michael Sullivan Sullivan, excuse me is the coordinator of the papal visit and he spoke to me earlier from Abu Dhabi. I in many respects to the Arabian goes. This is the first. To the cradle of Islam. This is the first, of course to the U E, and it's the first two neighboring country. And I'm here. I'm speaking with neighboring countries Saudi Arabia, which which doesn't allow any any religious freedoms remarkable in in in that way and sees itself. As a beacon of tolerance. And this is why this year. Dedicated this year to two hours after your side. So it's it's very significant. How big is the Catholic population in the country? Catholic population. We as tomatoes property over million, which was probably about twelve or thirteen percent population. Mostly made up of Indians Pinos, which we have a large number of pure slow from from Lebanon from Syria, Palestine, Egypt Iraq. And of course, many other nationalities as well. I think there are at least two hundred twenty thousand two British people here Irish French from ordinary Africans now, of course, the Polk comes with a message of tolerance a message of unity. He did mention on a video message on Thursday. He said, you know, I'm happy to write a new page in the history of relations between religions he's hoping to meet the grandeur mammal type was also in the UAE. The of course is involved in the military action in Yemen. Pope Francis has condemned the conflict before using very strong words, you think this will be raised during the strip. Yeah. I'm not privy to what actually during this trip. But I do think the question on the search will probably be on the agenda as you know, the pope Francis. See how I've been asking for according for between the different parties particularly cooling for the opening of humanitarian corridors so that those most affected by the. But by the war would have access to to to immediate relief. Father a solvent. What would you say are the biggest challenges for members of the Catholic community not just in the UAE? But in the Gulf in general. The whole question of time and space to spaces for worship, you know. This is this is one of the big challenges because at the moment in the churches, but there are some areas where of course, we're, of course, our churches are absolutely chockablock air church and divisive reason to buy welcomes eighteen thousand worshipers every week weekend. If you can imagine one building eighteen thousand worshipers every weekend. One of the biggest challenges, of course, is having more places of worship lots of issues and conversations to be had on the on that papal. Visit father Michael O'Sullivan there that spot Al Raas, Al. And the man of the hour is Tom Brady a sixth Super Bowl title. That is a record at the age of forty one for starting quarterback. That is a record the patriots when a six Super Bowl. That's a joint record six for coach Bill Belichick. That's a record. They beat the LA Rams thirteen three that is a record for the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever. And Brady does not care. We've been this.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This all on WNYC. Welcome everybody. I'm Alison Stewart. The film close with inspired by the true story of one of the first female bodyguards in the UK close was written and directed by the key to sin and the cast is led by numerous pas the actress who tackled the lead role and the girl with the dragon tattoo. The film is action packed and suspenseful and full of twists and turns which we will not get away closer we released on Netflix on January eighteenth and Newman. Vicky our in studio. Hi, ladies. So this is based on the real life is Jackie Davis. Right. Yeah. How would you describe Jackie and the work? She did she is a very inspiring woman. She's a tough lady she started off in the police and then hit a glass ceiling in the eighties because she felt like there was no effort progress in her career as a woman, so she joined the circuit, which is the sort of collaborative place protection officers across the world, and she was able to work in counter terrorism hostage rescue. She saved people from Russian assassins, her life is very fascinating as well. As VIP protection? What she does this huge range of of other deadly tasks. I'm sort of curious. What does she look like if you walked past her on the street? Would you think that somebody's all quite skinny? She you can see in her eyes any interface that you've seen a lot of dark stuff. You can see that life. She I mean, the people she met and situations you spinning it's kind of. You can just feel that she doesn't have she she probably started off more positive in life. And as you've seen so much. You can see in our and she's like, she's straight to the point. No, no time for small talk. She's she's from a different she's from different world. Yeah. It took us a long time to build that trust for her to let her goddamn with trust us say that could be more personal with because that's one of the rules in her profession to never be private to never talk about yourself. And and to never be emotional about anything. So she kind of learned to to to shut itself down. I think to not be emotional. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. As the both of you are researching this project, what kind of things did you want to know? And did you think he needed to know to make this authentic? I mean, everything from, you know, how do you sleep like, you know, what do you do first thing in the morning, how do you approach room? What's the first thing? You do when you when you get a new principal prison to protect. I mean. Everything from basic small things and to debate like emotional things. Like are you scared? What happens if, you know, do you ever feel do you have regrets? I mean stuff like that. So I wanted to dig as deep down in her soul and in her life as I possibly could we really wanted to make authentic. We wanted her whole world to be able to watch the film and believe that it was true to her life. I mean, even to the detail where we were having coffee with one day, and we were looking our hands, and she had fingernails long fingernails like very glamorous ones on her left hand on her. Right. They were short and stubby more like, my fingernails, and we asked why? And she said, oh, that's my gun hand. So we just like details. Like that. Would just amazing. Yeah. That's an obviously, it's it's good. I mean as a director, you are someone who has to observe a lot you have to take in those kind of small interactions. They can have much bigger. Meaning exactly exactly it's all about sewing in those details and getting that will anticipate into the film, which is why it was such a a real privilege to. Work with her for people. I won't give too much away. She is assigned her principal is a spoiled heiress who is lost in herself in a way, she's lost in her ego. But also she's lost you lost kid. Very nicely. Yeah. And there's a great scene where they're going to her home where she's supposed to be. And she says welcome to my prison because it is is such a compound, and so remote in so locked down and tell us a little bit about the woman who plays that part and the numale once you talk me about the chemistry between the two of you. So that's plagued by safety. And obviously knew me came aboard the project before safety, and it was really important that we found someone that the chemistry would work with because the whole movie is about these two women and their relationship. And so he was not afraid to play the role in an unlikable way at the beginning because she's a bit of a brat to start with an unsafe embraced that was able to do it with humor because her character arc is very much. An extreme coming of age story. And it's funny because SAM's completely mirrors her of start point Sam is very isolated as well. She's in a prison of our own making. So I love the fact that these two women start off thinking that complete opposites. But actually, they are both sharing the same loneliness in isolation and Zoe is the one that kind of like keeps hammering through sounds defenses to find out. What's really what she's running for what ends up ultimately driving and Sam as the bodyguard just for our listeners, you when you and and Zoe are working together and salmon Zoe are working together. What do you think their relationship is at the beginning? And how does it evolve in the beginning? It's a case that Sam my character doesn't wanna take. She finds it. Boy. I mean, she's also an addict to to to to kind of the fire. I think to be on frontline. And this feels like a very easy job. I think it's rich spoiled girl. And you know in the beginning, you see a scene when I'm looking around and I'm looking at her Facebook account, and I'm like, oh my days. This is not going to be fun. And also, I think that Sam does really she. She's she's working class. She's been working really hard. She left. She has like heavy history behind her, and she doesn't like, you know, kind of spoiled and girly girl. So they're quite opposite. And then she takes on this case anyway, and also that kind of trigger something in her, and it's also I am not going to spoil anything, but she has a secret from her past that I think that so Zoe just like hits right into that nerve, which makes it even more complicated for her and then slowly throughout this journey. I mean, she breaks the golden rule she she becomes emotionally. She start caring about this real. And and from that point onwards. It's a shift in her and she's battling her own demons. But also slowly starting to feel to open up things that's been buried for a long time. My guests are Naomi repas and Vicky juice, and we're talking about the film close. So this near times article, I know probably people quoted to you. But this is amazing thing you say about how you train very differently now knew me for every for every role. There's a different kind of physicality you need so in this stabbing people you're shooting people jumping out a window isn't here. You're gone. Tell me about training for this. Yeah. Isn't that the stunt coordinator? Julian Spencer was amazing, but also kind of has his own methods. The first time I met him. We were out into pinewood studios is empty big room. And he said this two guys waiting outside. They're gonna come in. And they're gonna attack you what would you do? What are you going to do? And I was like what do you mean? He's like, yeah. They're gonna come now. So be ready. Like, he's like, I don't want it to be perfect. I don't want this film to look, you know, hollywoodish, and like, you know, perfect beautiful sexy stunts and fight scenes that are like choreographed. I wanted to be gritty raw real. So I'm gonna I'm going to it from from out of how you move and your body language, and and how you defend yourself. Okay. Impact? But it was it was very intense. It was hard. It was weapon training. I was also training with his circuit the organization for bodyguards for and spending time with with Jackie. So it was like one internal kind of more psychological process to understand the character. But but a lot a lot of physical things just a walk with the principal. Just like how do you step in into a car like how do you step into room elevator to read rooms to read possible threats? So it's a whole new. He's a universe that I had to like start to some into. And it's quite fascinating fuse a director. What is that like to have to figure out sort of the Arkle fight? Yeah. I was always very strong going into this movie that I wanted to bring a fresh Aurora more real action for women in film and knew me, and I completely gelled or not the first time we met because I often think when you see women in action that kind of got super super heroes strength or they're wearing stiletto heels and. I wanted to bring that sort of rawness to the fight. So a big scene in cinema for me is true. Romance the fight between Patricia cat, James Gandolfini, and she's fighting from a place of survival ISM. And there's a lot of suspense, and she fails and she passer veers, and I think because of that we really invest in that in that action as it's happening and for me as a director. I think successful action is all about the tension and the build up and connecting to the character. So we wanted to bring all of that into the fight. So we did we did a lot of previous. But I wanted them to be classified intense and feel very brutal. And the wonderful thing about working with someone like me as she brings that character into that scene. So there's no sense that there's any choreography getting on it feels very spontaneous. And in the moment, and you feel very connected to character, which I think gets you invested in in a very different way. And you also get the sense that she's in pain. Pop back. When you take all that hurts and that looks like it hurts and looks like it's continuing to hurt us. Yeah. And that was one of the first things Vicki said, and and I totally fell in love with her from that moment. I was like lost. She is like I want the cuts, and and it hits to show and to stay on her face out the movie because every movie I'm fighting for this. I'm fighting for for for real. I wanted to be credible. I want I don't want to look pretty. I mean, I want to look the part, and whatever she's going through I want to go through. So I think we share very much a view on things. And and we were we kinda partnered up and we became partners straightaway. Normally I'm battling. Through my point into the bitter end. But yeah, we were on the. Yeah. We're on the battlefield together. Felt great heavy. I mean, it was really hard. I didn't have a stunt double. I did everything. So I mean normally you would have a stunt person that kind of does running up a hill driving a car when his from like from a distance. But I basically did everything she did. How much physical therapy? Did you need? Well. My guess our newly reprise and Vicky juice and Vicky has co written and directed this film close and knew me is starring in. It's coming out net flicks on January eighteenth. So this film, definitely passes the back del test. We know what that is right and for people who aren't listening. It's got to have a woman in two scenes women who talk to each other. And they don't talk about men. Oh my God. No. Test for film about it. Yeah. It's kinda and when you start to look at movies and TV shows. Wow. A lot of. Well, Jackie Davis. When she read the script in an early draft. It was a sexy, and then we took it out. And then she read the new draft. And she was like, thank you. I love this now. Now, it's real. In my world. We'd be a sexy. She's like now all my colleagues in the Middle Eastern countries can watch it. That's so interesting. Yeah. And she said all these Hollywood films. There's always like, you know, the women are supposed to be bad as and then they're like having sex like straight away with. I mean. Yeah. The number of scripts get sent the alike that they establish a tough woman, but within page the end of page one she's already having sex. Oh, goodness sake. As we do, you know? Sexy and hotter. Sometimes dream guy right here. Yeah. In terms of writing it. I mean, did you really did you think about I'm going to write a feminist part?.
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"World Service. I'm Paul Henley coming up housing first and new project in Wales that helps homeless people by giving them a roof over their head rather than making them earn it. They didn't want to go into the king Saul because I thought there would be this preconception of me, which never happened. So I just regret that I didn't go in sooner. So it wasn't such a miserable meant for me. And probably my son to see me so upset at trying to make sure there was a booth over our head. That's coming up in a few minutes time. My two guests this morning. Jackie Davis in Brussels leading analysts on European Union FAZ and Stewart Purvis London broadcaster, author and former editor of the news network. Let's talk about typhoon, man. Good. I this hour. It's been barreling towards China's heavily populated province of Guangdong. The storm is the strongest seen so far in the world this year, it's expected to reach Chinese coast in the next couple of hours, China's national absurd. Victory has issued its highest alert level in a moment. We'll hear from Hong Kong with which the typhoon is currently skirting past. I reports are starting to emerge from the north of the Philippines, where mankote has caused widespread damage and left at least twenty people dead mostly in landslides caused by heavy rain, the head of the Philippines. Red Cross Richard Gordon warned of potential food shortages eleven million people most of whom are depend on on the land, brace pollution provinces, and certainly Dipak of this should be very very big show flyer capability, we're short of ten percent of our rice requirements every year, and there's already a rice crisis. It should be exacerbated by east iphone every time. They get hit by dish. It does become a cycle of severe disaster and Barbara d Howard Johnson is the BBC's Philippines correspondent. And he sent this report from the town of apart on the country's north coast. The destruction. Here is pretty bad. We've been speaking to a local community chief he told me that around seven hundred and fifty buildings have been affected here. We were here a couple of days ago unfortunate, it's being a blackout here with communications. So we only managed to get here today to find out what happened to this community when we were here a.
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"The date that I have been waiting for. Looking forward to having abortion, the covenant of death to be overturned like our great President, George was that a big blow your side of the argument from a PR perspective for the movement. I think it certainly was however on the Geordie of people knew that that Norma was sketchy at best. She became an eloquent voice for those children. Why she perfect in every way? Absolutely not none of us are, and that's what her whole baptism was about. Norma really wanted to be loved and wanted to be acknowledged is a valuable human being no died last year after spending the rest of her life trying to overturn the ruling she helped pass judge Cavanaugh. Do you swear that Donald Trump wants it gone? And with his pick for the supreme court close to being approved a chance of it. Being challenged maybe been more likely than avenue. That was Luc Jones with a slice of recent American history. Jackie can we deal with the abortion issue. I because it is a huge political issue in the states, and this supreme court could turn in one particular direction with cabinet appointment couldn't as well. As as we said at the end of that report, the chances of it being challenged would increase dramatically because Cavanaugh has said repeat questioned. Whether it is what he calls the settled law of the land now in the hearings this week. He tried to reassure those who have concerns by saying it wasn't important precedent of the supreme court. It's been reaffirmed many times. But nevertheless that question Mark over whether the supreme court could reverse it remains it's one of the big concerns. You know, it was a real landmark for women's right to choose for that control over their own bodies. And it would be h huge and dramatic shift were that to be overturned. And I think still remains one of the overriding concerns about the nomination of Kavanagh. Do you think Stewart that President Trump himself has an opinion on this? Well, I think President Trump will Mr. Trump went on the journey from being a kind of New York Democrat to being suddenly a Republican who was a pro-life is say rather than pro choice. He it is politically expedient for him to want to attract to community, which is in favor of prolife is equal it. I think what's happening. Hey, quite simply is that. There's Jackie says is there's a process getting through through congress. There is a clear Republican majority. But just in case as a problem in congress. They have there are two Republican congresswoman particular who keep asking is this settled, Laura naught, and that's the that's the. Constituent import constituency that cabinet is trying to appease, but he's also on record as saying that cases, such as this can of inch be overturned by the supreme court. So he's trying to let you have it both ways the key thing about break Kamina, he's relatively young. He's around fifty. So he could sit for many years to come. Absolutely. It's somebody said the light buying a pet for Christmas job in the supreme court is a job for life. And that's what's so attractive about it to President Trump long after he dies. He's appointments will still be in place on the supreme court and very interestingly Jackie he's also being asked questions about whether the president or a president would have the ability to pardon him or herself when indeed indeed even the question of whether a sitting president can be indicted can face criminal charges. He still won't say whether they can pardon themselves. He was pressed on this cheering the hearings. And I think this raises huge questions about what happens if the United States moves in. Into a constitutional crisis. At the end of the Muller inquiry. The US system is based on on checks and balances we've already seen that those checks in terms of congress don't appear to be working in the way, the founding fathers thought because Republicans appeared repeatedly to almost go along with anything Trump tries to do the big question Mark if the supreme court doesn't play that role either. I'm what stance it would take an if the monitoring query concludes that there is a case to answer by the president. I think this has huge ramifications for the future. So a concern specifically on that one issue, but a much broader concern about protecting the US constitution. Do you think that the million query Stewart will really rock the boat too? What's your prediction? My prediction is that. There will be a cluster of inquiries, which will come together. Not a lot of attention is being given the certainly outside United States in a separate inquiry being done by the. Southern district of New York of the FBI, which is essentially into money laundering by Russian oligarchs and the possible connections with Paul Manafort, though, the president's campaign manager who is a flipped this week. And it could be that this is really a turning point Manafort has the ability to connect to both the Russia inquiry and to these other enquiries about money laundering, and that that may be the apex of of the of the conclusion of the of the inquiry listening to the BBC World Service. I'm Paul Henley with weekend. Today is may news reminder of it the strongest storm so far this year is on track to hit mainland China shortly after causing damage in Hong Kong, and killing at least twenty people in Philippines further. Evacuation orders have been issued as an Atlantic tropical storm stalls over the US eastern seaboard and German media reports say a Russian anti-government activists has traveled to Berlin for medical treatment. Now, we're joined by Andy Barr. Well, because it's time for the sports news. And yesterday, we heard about what was going to be the boxing fight of the century. According to the promoters of the contest in Las Vegas, and what happened. Yes. They're always very polite about these sorts of things boxing for most his it was a rematch between the champion. Article off-key from Kazakhstan looking to make the twenty first title defense. And these talented was the Mexican Sal Cannella Oliver's while it was a battle for the world middleweight supremacy a controversial draw between the last time this time another grueling twelve rounds and Alvarez was the winner on a majority points decision. Not unanimous BBC's Adam doing a sentence. This report very very close to call assemble media that I spoke to hear some had in favor of gloves, some cut in favor of a draw cadaverous when he was interviewed in the ring. After was patriots said it's the best that he's ever face. I will be open to do it again lock. And he was disappointed by the decision. He left the arena without speaking to the media stitches in his changing room. But we've got some quotes from him saying that he wouldn't criticize the judge pay tribute said the delivered a great fire which they did. And they said under the right circumstances more than happy to do it again. Well, just before the fight poll Forty-one-year-old folks of Floyd. Mayweather tries to steal the headlines Mayweather set that he will be coming out of retirement gets this for another nine figure payday when he finds out Manny Pacquiao in a rematch later this year that's been confirmed on social media three football. Now. Three teams had perfect records in English primarily going into the latest games. Now, there are only two Chelsea and Liverpool. Yes. The team missing a walk foot. They were beaten two one at home by my chest United yesterday, but it's Chelsea top of the table with five win. Satisfy the head of Liverpool on goal difference Liverpool yet can club site to moment is away at Spurs. Chelsea they had to come from behind to beat Cardiff City four one at Stamford Bridge. Thanks to a hat-trick from this man that Belgium star at an has out. We know especially after the break is always hard to to play a good game because we are all a bit tired. But again, we go three points today. That's what is important. So I think we. Can play with her shoe play better. But we scored four goals in game for us. Well, the champions Manchester City move third that just a couple of points off the top spot. Now three no one is ever Fulham to Morges Timo games today including west United Everton as been a pointless season. So far literally for Manuel Pellegrini same in space or leak Opole, boss alone. The only side with a perfect record. Now, they fought back to win two rows Sociedad their great rivals Ray on the trade. They were held to a one all draw by Athletic Bilbao. Thank you very much. Indeed that was on Andy Bella with the latest sports. You're listening to weekend from the BBC World Service. My guest on the program today are both here. And in Brussels. Jackie Davis is an analyst on European affairs. She's been based in the Belgian capital for some years now and steered purposes being based in the British capital some years, he used to be editor of ITN, and he's now an author format editor as I said, an author and broke. Cast Anatole guide. We might touch on that a bit later, you're with the BBC World Service. We live from London. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US supported by T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines opportunities firsthand since nineteen thirty seven T. Rowe price. Invest with confidence and exact sciences offering Colo.
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"He got a pregnant twenty three year old who's been faintness stalled and got a pair of flip flops on fate and say, to me, she was the real hero. We were being chased by the Pakistan army. We wanted into Kashmir by accident. And of course the Kashmiri rebels were them firing at the Pakistan army, and we were still too caught in the crossfire we managed to get out. And then we go into India and we go to home from there. I'm Vivian newness and in today's business, daily was shining light on an industry that often prefers to blend into the background. It's inspired Hollywood romances and many, an action movie. The well of the bodyguard being with a high-powered politician minister. He would do everything from picked him up in the morning. Check them to the fish. If it was a quiet day, you being the ministry, you take them home at night. They were gonna take that wife out for a meal. You company to that, you already know. That was going to happen. In fact, you're always thinking ahead, what does it take to become a personal security expert? But how hard is it to navigate a physically close relationship while maintaining professional distance? The bodyguard up close and personal with me. Vivianne newness here on the BBC weld sevice. Bodyguard's close protection operatives drive at security personnel, call them what you will. They're in a sensual part of the entourage of any top politician, high net worth business person, celebrity or Royal and the industry is booming in twenty fifteen here in Britain. Two hundred thirty. Two thousand workers were employed to protect specific people according to an industry body that compares with a British police force of a hundred and fifty one thousand that same year and the sector is growing market. Research is free Dona predicted the personal security industry will be worth two hundred and forty billion dollars by twenty twenty up thirty percent in five years, political instability in session, parts of the world and an upsurge in super wealthy individuals in the Gulf China and other parts of Asia are all factors contributing to the boom. And while the industry grows, it's changing to think of a bodyguard. And what are you picturing Kevin, Costner aside, it's most likely to be strong man almost as broad as he's tool with an earpiece and short hair. So when I came into the into straight, there was really just miss their only female and it was very, he man attitude x. millet tricks, please skies. And they would just always want me to look after the female principal all the children, which was ironic because most of them are falters and I wasn't even a mother say that's Jackie Davis, and she is a close protection operative. She was in fact the first woman to do the job here in the UK more from her in a moment. Many women now signing up to bodyguards. Lots having returned from active duty in Afghanistan Iraq, though it's estimated they still make up less than ten percent of the private security industry. One in ten is a significantly higher female to male ratio than what it was when Jackie started her career in close protection in nineteen eighty. Are very lucky. I was offered the training many years ago, and I took opportunity always trained by excess AS skies. I was given the opportunity and I grabbed opportunity because I wanted to be able to do different things. I wanted to close protection. I wanted to do surveillance wanted to do investigations. And of course, in the police Yukon, you go into one department and you start there have many years. And did it feel your expectations? Have you found it a fulfilling career? Because he'll still in the industry now, I am in industry and I've done so many different things seen the world. I've been very lucky. I've traveled the world first class. I've stayed in five, six star hotels, but I've also from the surveillance and the hostage rescue side. You know what round burqa in Iraq. And I've stayed in a hell hole. So yeah, seen it from all sides. What sort of people will you being employed to protect when that came about on the hostage rescue side? It could be anything from oilmen. Had been kidnapped by insurgents or corrupt government officials in foreign countries, and you have to get them back. So you have to a lot of surveillance on whether being held so you can embrace them out and get them out of the country..
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"This is radio the known them since breakfast with mike graham julia halsey drew on sold radio we'll get you soaking with martin dolan and kate andrews this morning we've been discussing an awful lot about the facebook story the mark zuckerberg situation in cambridge analytica now the big story guys are we going to get into now is with jackie davis consultant radiologist and chair of healthcare professionals for assisted dog because guns could become the first place in the bridge ever suicide clinic under proposals being put on the island coming up in may jackie very good morning to you good morning thank you very much indeed for joining us why guns first of all and they sort of empowered to do this for themselves well my understanding is that they do have some independence with regard to education if they want to possible to their in parliament then they can do it i sorry i was gonna say they've got an eighteen month consultation period that's pulled together a legal framework to to make the changes if if they decide to go down that route this would be this would be a major step would let for for for a part of britain it would be very important because it would an i'm sure that consultation will come up with the public support because we know from surveying people in the in the uk that eighty two percent of the public won't the search this nation and of course it would bring it much closer to the mainland and it'd be very difficult for the uk to hold up for very long against against spanish quick scotland discussing legislation for assisted dying so it's approaching all directions show of course we know that it's already legal switzerland crucially it's it's not going to.
"jackie davis" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"With a sense of direction a sense of zip jackie davis of the think tank the european policy center says the summiteers on abdomen the brexit should be kept away from this place and she claims they were appreciate it theresa may's intervention last night the eu what made it clear that they negotiator is michelle body the commission mad the chief negotiator and they want the summit to be about the ordinary business of the eu this is the place to negotiate so it seeps could psyche strange that at that trays may would come hand out and put we told the outline is that our proposal on the table they won discussed it they will react to it and they certainly will be go seated on it because the british side of doing it theresa may is doing it because she wants to make the point that hair is a big generous off a hair is something that undoing to show that i'm in this for real and i want to do business whether you're saying actually it'll be seen by them what is a slightly gotschl i think they will see it discussed because they have made a kid this is why we negotiate we've appointed someone to negotiate on our behalf let them do that business and it's very interesting because he officials have been saying locks in the last few days look brexit negociations are important but we want to put them in a box we want to get on with the business of the eu we have a lord of other things to do we have not crawl is great sense of excitement here his first summit focusing feeling quite upbeat quite optimistic they want to look to death few cia and almost treat brexit a sort of annoying irrelevance a relic of the past that we just have to get out of the way i was jackie davis laura kuenssberg our record at a joins belie they're not brussels studio did last night goes the prime minister intended i think it broadly discussed and we're in such a strange situation we're in the departure lounge so theresa may now for the first time actually last night had to wilken wait hair ties turn sehar peace and then leave without any response from dillon any of the leaders in miniature they said thank you very much prime.
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"Across the nation remembering those who died for our country at arlington cemetery tomb of the unknowns president trump participated in a wreath laying ceremony and later addressed the crowd gathered in the memorial amphitheater here at this howard shrine we honor the noblest among us the men and women who paid the ultimate price for victory and for freedom again rattling their neighborhood north korea fired another shortrange ballistic missile overnight it's nine this year in beijing cbs's bent tracy says the us is gearing up to defend against the north korean threat twenty fourteen was the last time the us tested into west coast missile defense system which is only worked in about half of the trials on tuesday the us military will attempt to shoot down an intercontinental ballistic missile for the first time the trump administration has now sent two aircraft carrier to the korean peninsula but us defense secretary james mattis said on face the nation that a military conflict with north korea would be catastrophic with north korean regime has hundreds of artillery cannon and rocket launchers within range of one of the most densely populated cities on earth which was the capital of south korea germany's chancellor shocked the western world by suggesting the us is no longer a reliable partner cbs's vicky barker says she seemed to clarify her remarks today eight two german chancellor angela merkel say talking straight about their differences this what good friends do but analyst jackie davis says president trump's refusal to commit to global climate change courts or to recommit to nato's mutual defense pact on his european trip sent a clear signal in itself that strong alliance between europe and the united states that is shaped its national with so laum is crumbling at that is what we saw at the nato meeting ankle america's eight insisting she still values a strong us germanfrench hip vicky barker cbs news at the castle of versailles outside paris unless russia's vladimir putin and french president emmanuel macron met at the castle and the two leaders discussed syria and closer cooperation in the fight against terrorism a rural mississippi community has devastated after a domestic dispute that led to a shooting rampage ending with the deaths of eight people including a deputy sheriff cbs's david begg know the first shooting happened around eleven thirty p m saturday at this whole where god wife was staying with the couple's.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He goes much more broadly that just defects they disagreed about pretty much everything they disagreed the trump the president trump at the eu disagreed about climate change they disagreed about trade that was not much could be said you're not even soul the most extraordinary sight of the us president pushing past the prime minister of montenegro without even looking at him to get the center of the family photograph the mood music was terrible and i think it will affect relations in all sorts of areas but obviously defense very central to typically at a time of such heightened concerns about internal as well as external security jackie davis senior advisor to the european policy center in brussels so let's talk about tourism in the us in the socalled trump slump tool operators in hollywood complaining that toys and suffering because president trump's travel ban talk is scaring away holidaymakers the us justice department says it wants to supreme court to rule on the controversial travel ban which concen six mainly muslim countries after an appeal court upheld the ban suspension our colleague reagan morris has been testing the needed alaves the popular with seventy tourists the one his sennheiser the prize was a massive welcome thank created by hundreds of volunteers near the runway ali's international airport and they spelled out welcoming english spanish arabic chinese and they tourism board organizer pierre back to address concerns that president trump and his talk of travel man's border wall is that downscale at la tourism party helped create the welcome campaign were trying to stay a political although it's hard to divorce the political climate.
"jackie davis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I you know any which ways north korea likely to go is it likely to take on south korea's new presence offer of dialogue all kind of continue to battle with the us it seems that it will continue to what to advance its own nuclear program because this is not only a what north korea views as a deterrent but also it's very key for the regime's domestic legitimacy this is something that they continue to the we always assumed that north korea's actions are for the external world to see because that's you know the perspective that we're looking at it but for inside north korea it's very important for the regime to maintain power and for them to maintain power they essentially hold up this notion that america's out to get them and america's out to possibly attack them again and so what will see is possible backchannel communications between north korea and south korea that we may not hear about until much later when something might be decided with regard to that relationship while north korea continues its rhetoric of sort of anti americanism thankfully that at least the cell correspondent america's national public radio it's being called angle america's spare ten speech bang came in bavaria the german chancellor took stock of too difficult meetings which included donald trump at nato headquarters in brussels and the g seven meeting in italy mrs merkel suggested that a new era adorned an era of european selfreliance and then of the times in which we could completely rely on others a more or less over that's what i've experience the last few days and therefore i can only say we europeans have to take our own destiny into our own hands not journalism of course in friendship with the us in friendship with great britain with good neighborly relations wherever that's possible also with russia and with other countries but we have to know that we have to fight for our own future as europeans for our destiny and that's what i would like to do together weekly um i speak to jackie davis senior advisor to the european policy center in brussels good morning jackie on a pretty.