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Fresh update on "jaffe" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Defensive end Carlos Dunlap asked why he came back to Seattle on a free agent deal the way that this organization welcomed me took me in. Um, you know, got behind me to give me what I need to just do. What I do best enabled me to do what I do best, um, that that feeling was second to none. I didn't want to risk going somewhere else to to see if that feeling would come or not. It's NBA draft night. Gonzaga freshman guard Jalen Suggs expected to be a top five pick. Sports was 4 to 10 40 after the hour. Come on, Who's coming news time? 3 11. I'm Jeff Postell, along with ELISA Jaffe here in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news decades ago along was passed to protect the privacy of Children Online. However, the Internet has evolved drastically since 1998 and a member of Congress hopes to increase protections for those under 18. Rachel Lurman is following it all for the Washington Post and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor Band size. How does Representative Kathy Castor hope to improve upon those early privacy protection efforts? Yes, the privacy protection efforts, which, as you know, are decades old. Now she's hoping to expand them to include teenagers Right now they apply to kids under 13. She wants them to apply to people under 18. Kind of expand that there. It also sort of extend which websites are affected by this before. It was basically sites that, uh, Typically intended their content for Children, which has created some problems where social media companies can kind of say. Oh, well, but we're not intended for Children, and now it would be, you know, wherever wherever kids are actually using those safe And thinking back to 98, Rachel. I mean, you and I, We were the kids that the existing law was trying to protect. And it was still sort of a wild west of the Internet age. I'm not sure that I ever really felt Protected in the nineties or two Thousands under that law. Did it really do anything for companies? Were there ever consequences that came out of it? Yeah, that's that's a really good point. The most that I remember doing on the Internet in 1998 was playing mat blasters. I think that was that. Oh, yeah, that was that. Yeah, that was 98. But I think, uh, you know, eventually it did. YouTube, for example, paid $170 million. Try and let's see. I think that was in 2019. It was. It was a settlement, actually, where they didn't admit wrongdoing, But it was under this law. So so it did have some consequences. But, you know, regulators have said that it's hard to enforce because of some of these limitations that you know to be fair. I think lawmakers probably couldn't foresee in 98 when the Internet was really still coming to be sure, eBay was a baby then so with this new kids Privacy Act, how much support is there? So it seems like there, it might. It's a little bit too early to tell him the specific built But there could be significant support very similar efforts like this, because we've been seeing again and again this year and especially just in the last couple of months. Lawmakers and regulators are making this a priority. We saw that in the March congressional hearing where some Silicon Valley CEOs testified many lawmakers from both sides of the aisle brought up the concerns of like, how safe our kids online. What are we doing to protect their privacy and made it clear that that's something that they see as a priority? Rachel will continue following your coverage online at Washington post dot com. Rachel Lurman Technology reporter Thanks for joining us today. And that's Camoes. Taylor Vance Ice. Come on his time. 3 14 traffic every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin Long group Traffic Center. How are things looking Marina? They're looking tough. Dortmund five going through ever. That slowdown begins near 112th in the Silver Lake area, and it's just going to be sluggish all the way through Everett and then almost into Mary's Ville north on I five has been struggling today from Northgate through mount like Terrorist towards Alder Wood from earlier issues. HBO Solid from Lake City, Way into Seattle, Ch. Four or five Really struggling from 5 20 into Newcastle South 25 quite heavy from Four or five in the alder wood. Pardon me in the South Centre area to 1 88 south and I five heavy, Very heavy traffic bumper to bumper from Highway 18 through five stop at 167 struggling from Highway 18 to Ellingson. Eastbound 5 12 now bunching up from Steel Street to golden, given roads still have a disabled vehicle reported northbound I five in the right lane, your JBL and main gate, causing bumper to bumper solid traffic now. Coming up out of the Nisqually area. Next coma traffic at.
Jill Biden undergoing procedure to remove object from her foot
"White House says the first lady is undergoing a procedure to remove an object lodged in her foot. Dr Jill Biden stepped on something while on the beach in Hawaii last weekend, the first lady going to Walter Reed Military Hospital in Maryland for removal, where President Biden accompanying her
Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths
"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck
Firefighters Continue to Battle Bootleg Fire
"The cruise in Oregon making progress now against the nation's largest wildfire, the bootleg fire scorched scenario half the size of Rhode Island. It is 40% surrounded after burning some 70 homes.
Seattle Kraken Select Matthew Beniers With No. 2 Overall Pick
"Seattle Cracking tonight used their number two overall pick in the NHL amateur draft. To get 18 year old centre forward Matthew veneers from the University of Michigan. The Buffalo Sabres took Wolverines teammate defenseman Owen Power with the top choice. Overall, Both players are deciding whether to stay in college or immediately go
Oregon Bootleg Fire Grows as More Burn Across West
"APP. An update Now on wildfires around the Northwest, Gusty wind and prolonged dry conditions have helped Southern organs. Bootleg fire merged with the nearby log fire. Combined. The flames are currently the largest active wildfire in the nation. At last check the fire burning nearly 400,000 acres over the last 10 days, Extreme fire behavior has forced firefighters to move to safety zones. And crews are spending the day aggressively dropping hazard trees to help mitigate some of the fire
Most COVID-19 Restrictions Set to Lift in Washington State
"Now just hours away from lifting most of its covid restrictions, this says the state still falls short. Of a 70% goal of those 16 and up initiating vaccination starting tomorrow, restaurants and bars and other businesses can resume full indoor occupancy.
This Makes Cents: Yogi Berra Gets a Stamp Named in His Honor
"Friday night against the Chicago White Sox. And Rick and Alisa Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra once said, a nickel ain't worth a dime anymore. Well, neither a postage stamps they cost 55 cents for a forever stamp. And that's the
Seattle Kraken Name Dave Hakstol as Their First Head Coach
"The crack and have hired their first head coach? 52 year old Dave Hextall spent three plus years as Phillies head coach and most recently was an assistant for a young Toronto Maple Leafs team. Something crack and GM Ron Francis finds attractive. He's worked the last couple years in Toronto with a very young team and been a big part of, you know, they're sort of growth and progression towards having more and more success, so We think that all bodes well for him in this situation. Francis Hextall in Seattle get ready for the NHL Expansive, drafted late July. The Mariners are idling in
899 People Got Expired Vaccine Doses at Times Square Site
"Hundreds of New Yorkers are learning. They got expired doses of the Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine, the city's health department confirmed almost 900 people got expired shots at a pop up site in Times Square, and officials are now notifying those involved and telling them they need to get another shot as soon as
CDC Looking Into Reports of COVID-19 Vaccine and Heart Inflammation in Teens
"Advisors is looking into whether there's a link between the coronavirus vaccine and young people developing heart inflammation. The CDC's says it's noticed reports of myocarditis, mostly in teenagers and young adults after they received the second dose of vaccine, the agency stresses. The cases are very rare and most people quickly recover. Homo news time 3
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Jaffe, with more Democrats are pushing to tax uber wealthy Americans after leaked tax documents show super rich people like Warren Buffett, Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Tesla founder Elon Musk have paid hardly any, if any taxes at all. ABC is Andy Field, joining us on the common Newsline from Washington D. C with more on this Investigative piece from Propublica. I R s even getting involved now, Andy. The Iris isn't all that happy that this stuff leaked out of there. That's number one number two. I would imagine. Very few people are surprised that these folks have paid very little or no taxes, but number three and this is probably the most important thing. It doesn't appear that any of them did anything illegal that they just Use the tax code to their best advantage and the fact that you and I get taxed very differently than very wealthy Americans. And the reason for that is that you and I do labor. We worked 40 50 60 whatever hours a week, and we get paid for that, and that kind of income is taxed at pretty high rates from the lowest amount of income to the highest amount of income. But If the way you make your money is through passive investments, real estate, investment, stock holdings and those other things. The tax laws are very different. It appears that what they did was legal. So people getting angry about this today to find out the George Soros, for example, What are the richest people or Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk paid nothing in taxes for a number of years. Don't get mad at them. Call your congressman because they're the ones who can change this and even out the playing field. We'll give an example somebody like Warren Buffett tycoon paying little or no taxes again. It's the way he makes his money. He invested very early. He probably paid more tax in the early years. But now most of the income he has is from dividends or from stocks being bought and sold. Anything that those investments throw off. That is not regular income, and so it's taxed very differently and some of them, for example, George Soros, one of the few people who responded to this, said, Look, the three years that I didn't pay any federal income taxes because I lost money. Those years he makes giant investments. Sometimes he makes billions. Sometimes he loses billion. So, apparently those years he lost billions. And if that's the case, then he doesn't pay any income tax doesn't mean his Bailey tax at all. He could be paying inheritance taxes or tax on the sale of stock. But when came to actual income tax, there was zero on the ledger. And that's shocking because most of us on average pay about just a little under 16% of our adjusted gross income in tax. These guys paid less than that, and they make hundreds of millions of not billions more than you and I, with the spotlight Now on this, you've got Senate finance chair Ron Wyden. Crap from Oregon, talking about them having to pay their fair share. But then what do you hear from Republicans? To be fair? It's not just Republicans. The reason that these tax laws are the way they are is because some of the wealthiest Americans have the resources to pay into political action committees and to pay lots of money to help re elect people and so those people are then beholden to them. And when it comes time to writing these tax laws, uh, giving Jeff Bezos as an example. But I don't know that he's actually done that. But let's say Daddy Warbucks calls to set it up and said, Hey, you remember that campaign contribution? Would you like another one here? I don't want you to change the tax laws and lo and behold, very often, Those tax flaws don't change. But I guess I'm talking about some GOP members were more concerned that there was a tax leak and worried about privacy concerns. It's always interesting that they're more concerned about the Exposing the information than the actual information. Yeah, listen, it is troublesome because you don't want your personal information leak either, And somehow it did get. But the fact is, is that he does expose a giant inequity in the tax system in our country. A BCS Andy field, joining us from Washington. Thank you, Andy. And that's Cuomo's ELISA Jaffe. Your.
Alzheimer’s Drug Likely to Be FDA Approved Despite Potential Risks
"Drug is reasonably likely to result in a clinical benefit and granted approval. Despite potential risks. NBC's Brian Clark with details The FDA s decision to grant accelerated approval to Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug is a historic first in the fight against the disease. It's not a cure. It's not a panacea, but it is a first line treatment that that does look at the underlying cause of the disease. Dr. Joanne Pike, the chief strategist of the Alzheimer's association, points out Alzheimer's remains a fatal disease. We have to have a first line treatment before we can get to a second line or a third line, Dr Pike says. This requires the health care system do prioritize Early detection. Brian Clark ABC News The Department of Justice
Netanyahu Rivals Agree to Form New Government to Oust Israeli Leader
"In Israel is happening change at the top Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's opponents announcing a deal to form a new government without him. ABC. Easy and panel, Didn't YOU coalition is made up of eight different parties, which stretched from far right too far left from Arab Israeli Jews on Muslims. This is the first time we've seen a coalition off this making They've really been united by the sense of wanting to get Benjamin Netanyahu out of power I owe announcing the second round of winners and its
Fed Survey Sees Faster Growth Despite Supply-Chain Problems
"P edged up six points. The Federal Reserve reporting that the U. S economy grew at a somewhat faster pace in April and May despite disruptions that interrupted the supply chain for manufacturers. Report also noted
Celtics Fan Arrested After Water Bottle Nearly Hits Kyrie Irving
Boeing Halts Deliveries of 787 Dreamliner Jets Over Inspection Issues
"Of drowning. Boeing is temporarily halted deliveries of 787 Dreamliners is the FAA. Waits for more data on whether a new inspection method needs federal guidelines and requirements. Details from comas Craig her Schultz Bowling, said earlier he was providing the FAA with more information on its undulating Dreamliners, but that there was no impact on planes already in service. The 7, 37 Max and 7 87, have been plagued by electrical and other issues since late last year, Boeing only resume deliveries of the 7 80 sevens in March after a five month hiatus. The company says it's working to provide the FAA with additional information and that there's no impact on the Lead
Russell Westbrook Incensed After Fan Dumps Popcorn On Him
Judge agrees to unseal Fulton absentee ballots for audit
"Absentee ballots to allow for an audit of the November presidential vote in Fulton County, Georgia. Area holding your ABC
‘the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Renewed for 5 Years
"A long term deal for Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show. NBC says the host will captain the late night shift for at least another five years balance start hosting the broadcast in 2014. No, he's gone from first to third place in total viewers Find Stephen Colbert Jimmy Kimmel Balance still does well in younger viewers and online. It's up
"jaffe" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"My grandmother always said free is free. Advice is worth what you pay for it. That's why people don't follow it. We're going gonna have to start charging a dollar a program. That's right jaffe. Thank you so much Mostly always a pleasure. And i wanna i wanna make sure you you the thank justin. He's he's a gym. He's to get along with and he responds appropriately and quickly so Thank you for today and ladies and gentlemen. We have been speaking with dr russell jaffe. And if you don't remember as the different websites like perk alissa j f f e wrote dr russell jaffe. It'll get you to those sites. Take a look at the predictive bio they download his free book On five str- Strategies of five key strategies to help your patients in your practice. But it's there for it's a easy read it's it you'll understand it and I you know if I i just can't wait to have him back again. He's a wealth of knowledge and we always learn something. So that's the thank you so much. You're most welcome. It's a pleasure to be with you guys and next time i'll tell you the story about my mother being a jazz musician and trading her summer saxophone for me. Oh my they. I can't let you go now. Because i have to tell you about a fellow was driving in in arizona and he picked up a An indian and And he and he had a bag on the seat and then finally the indian say. What's in that bag and The as a bottle of wine for my wife and the india said good trade in the in the spirit of folks laughing. This is very good. Thank you again. We'll be in beijing. We'll schedule some topic of interest. Okay thank you you know. You always learn something gentlemen. And it's really great and he just he knows everybody. Jerry wow yeah and and you know. He knows the right people. And i'm so happy that he mentioned about the genome. And i think one of the biggest games out there in medicine today You know the tests are not cheap and then they they subject because i we had a friend years ago she went. And had you know oregon's remove based on that door tested. I tried to talk to her. But you know. What can i tell you. It's just no medicine for on this as they say no chance. What they they're putting a position fear and that's right. You know the if you don't have this breast removed or you don't have your ovaries out..
"jaffe" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Detective. Oh my god. Jenny jaffe for and introduce myself. You do and you did. Well i mean you probably just dazzled by the talent and wit that's been on display have irregular algonquin roundtable. Around here like the roundtable. But it's cool guys. Like i don't know jared leto jokers specifically everybody's favourite joker. It's me jerk pretty good. Not bad jesse. That's a pretty good leto. Joker ex you know. Why do you sound like bugs. Bunny trying to be a woman. That was the inspiration for jared lettuce. Joker was win. Bugs bunny would dress up like a lady and to a lesser extent. When elmer fudd would would wear a viking helmet. That was jarad. Leto does joker his. His villain was not the batman to the fund. The elmer fudd took an in kind of a different direction. I always love to watch yogurt versus fun. Whoever wins we lose more like a looney toon. More like a superhero movie war. And here's my pitch more. Like sorta kramer versus kramer thing word. Yeah yeah yeah. I don't know. Hey both warner brothers properties. It can happen happen legally i appreciate that. I think that would be a lot of fun put it on. Turner classic movies have a leash malone introduce it sure alicia malone great and everything Introducing bringing up. Baby jenny jaffe. What a joy it's been to have you back on jordan. Jesse go i hope. We've brightened your brightened. Your evening there. In palo alto california beautiful paolo alto calif home l. home of stanford university and it's famous clock tower the stanford cardinal. It's a name for a tree. It's great. I'm so happy to be back talking with you guys after all low these many years now now jenny just so happens that when we were off air. You mentioned apologies. If i'm not allowed to talk about this on the air but you mentioned that you've been using social media. i do. I do use social media occasional occasion caisley once in a sure. Oh this is for me to say where what kinds and how jaffe do whatever the fuck you want to know. Let us tell you what to do. My wife told me. I woke her up last night. Because in my sleep. I was punching mattress so i think all rules are off boy. Okay few so you can find me well. It would be great if you wanted to follow me on the stand. Love to have you there. It's just had jenny jaffe On on everything. And and i as i told these guys i i work primarily in animation in features so my ability to actually plug stuff happens like once every three or four years but i think there is some things about to be announced shortly so hopefully if you come follow me that i can tell you all about it. Let fraud fired on my god. I honestly i if we gotta we gotta make it happen the two most famous adversaries. Yeah they can. They can add at some point there. They're fighting and then they have to like team up against tasr but not like the naked task but the task. Who's like wearing the cool baggy jeans that tasr. You've seen that tasr. No one from sweat shirts sweatshirt tasks what you as much as i love tweety bird whose mean words like stupid and today isn't your day or something i think the the looney toon store at the mall where they have the spaceship thing. You could climb into the the martian with like say stuff if you press things. I don't remember that this is just a dream. You had where you woke up punching the mattress. I would love if anybody's listening in remembers the lake warner brothers stores. That was the jam when that was all and so was disney store. That was the best iteration of the stanford mall Those were the days. You know what i'm changing. Remember how we had leto lovie fudd. I got an update on that. A new pitch leto. V lids with z. So he's just fighting stores at the mall we'll just lids specifically because it got many hats right and then so they're fighting and then at the end they have to team up against or julius topic is better. That's better pitch be on their side. Hot topic can't can't do it without them i mean. Can you imagine a hot topic looking at a conflict. That involved jared leto. And not siding with jared leto income. He's printing their money. Pretty much more or less jenny jaffe. It's it's been a joy to have you on the program. Let's just say somebody wanted to follow you on twitter. How would they do that. I would love it if they wanted to do that. At jenny jaffe very go. J e n n j f. f. e. jordan jesse go of course produced by brian. Sunny d. fernandez. Our theme music love you by the free design. Courtesy of the free design and light in the attic records. You can find us on reddit. Maximum fund dot. Ready dot com. You can find us on facebook by liking jordan..
"jaffe" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"That is so different so why should we not thinking about how they'll processes in the same manner so you're gonna be listening to her about that least into also about the importance of why is that we should be in a gripe site of mind when we consume food and make those decisions so for example. You know what we are thinking. What is going on whereabouts eight how that potentially affect digestion and also down a lawn of when we make decisions going through our dies how this is going to improve and potentially also detrimental human performance if we do not put ourselves in the right framework from the beginning. So i'm excited to hear what you guys think is is episode and of course as always please leave a little review all wanna share with someone who's going to be impacted by this one one of the things. I'm so excited by a soviet is so open. She's so honest. And i'm sure as a lot of people out there can relate to her story side of course if you feel free to share it with someone you knows guinea at the raw positively impact so enough for me. Welcome to the appetite. Podcast sophie jaffe saffy. Mata yoga instructor course found an ira of philosophy superfoods. Welcome to the potato podcast. Thank you so much for having me. It's absolute honor. Actually i i was in the introduction before we started the recording. How well and how awesome it is bay speaking to someone who is so indebted in just beautifully chats to their own audience. You've always such wonderful audience in your community. A tribe you coal It's really cool to have someone who's in the similar similar feud but talk to people in a why that just site educational in relied on say firstly coupled class. You on that one. I wanna own actually during this podcast of be different size so usually a white till the end to kind of get more of the daily daily grind of the guest but i think your daily antic- and your daily diary of food probably is a greis context who you are. You're an allegra now. We can jump into more fat union business. And what you do but before you do the atlas about your daily retain as it relates to food talk about you know cabins. This is talk about food bank now. So i'm you know i'm a torres so i'm definitely creature of habit but at the same time i i like to keep things In more of like an intuitive eating type of style of eating so for me it's like what am i meeting right now. What am i wanting to feel right now. And a lot of times. I use my food to navigate that And kind of manipulate my mood. My energy levels. So that's how i start my day. If i am feeling like i ask myself and actually check in. How am i feeling. Do i need some water instead of saying on me to drink. Twelve ounces of water right this moment. Because that's what i'm supposed to do i asked myself. That's what i want. And go from there so i don't really abide by many rules when it comes to food anymore. I don't like restrictions. I don't do well with them. So there is no food in my book that had bad. That is the enemy. It's all gut and it can serve different functions and So in the morning. I like to start with either water or tea or a superfood coffee at if i have the superfood i add my philosophy. Superfoods that cow magic or are fall one It's a blend of different superfoods and adopt agenda than i. Mix that with your cold brew or i make my own french. Press coffee And then i mix then some collagen and And some other proteins and so that really helps it to serve as almost a meal replacement because there's protein..
"jaffe" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"I'm your host shift answer to is a pleasure to be charing to yours today will wow what a week it has been. I just wanna say little shoutout to our friends on the west coast herp. You're well on your family's safe even those bushfires earlier in the we did have these bushfires ever massage supportive measures wanna say now hearts and going. You goss's well on the east coast. Oh say autumn fall has been quite interesting time of year even for covid. I think everyone's trying to be really positive now. Coming out of carbon in new york city coming out of know. We're all in it still. I think it's still very positive. Time with being very grateful. Outdoor saying it's been awesome for those who've been interesting yet. Charlie straits doing well so thank you so much. We attribute that su are phenomenal everyday. Community that even covert have been there as we progressive. Thank you so much to everyone. If you listening. We really appreciate it. It's the communities on this podcast around the world in respect varies what really gets us going keeps us so happy. So thank you very much. I'm personally very excited for the next couple months over. A couple of troops coming up I some new york cheney's myself and utilize but also on restaurant from with growing There's an area of the business that i cannot wait to dive. Further into alluded on my stories about product. We're gonna be releasing. It's going to be good for you and epic for the planet and i cannot wait to dive more into that. I'm really excited. It's going to be game changing. So yes they shoot for that as well but let's talk about the last. We've had some epi guests. We've talked about the last couple of weeks. We have functional china's on the foundation of the human body on the gaza. Understand how you move and how to improve it from from the very beginning if you will today. We're doing something a little different new topic. I wanna talk to you guys about intuition and thought processes as it relates to decisions you make particularly in your food choices and activity so that got a beautiful lovely woman. Onsite name sophie jaffe. She is A mother a ye and as someone who has great brand in philosophy superfoods so her way of life is much builds intuition so today you're going to be listening to her and what she discusses in her thought processes in how every single day her decisions are made. I get you guys talk to me about you. Know what you should be aiding and all those things in a number one thing. I always talk about his bio individualities. So for me. I'm excited to have another expert. Talk guys about how you process the importance of understanding you as an individual versus the mass. And why you should always listen to yourself Internally we had dr willy bay talked to us so much about got health and why.
"jaffe" Discussed on Iron Advocate
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"jaffe" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father
"Don't be housing towns to take the next day. Pick the right food. You over and over. And, then he introduced to the show a May. Bet You bobby heard say. Now, she's grown up and got a little baby boy his name is Dan. Joe Tribe with three bill community. So common law conscious ago. Hello. Hello adulterers welcome back to adulting like a mother father. I'm Danilo, the mother Andrew, the father, and we're both. If you're an adult or just trying to be one. This is the show for you. So we have a really great episode ahead of you guys we had a conversation with a friend of mine you guys may be familiar with her so feed Jaffe, influence her she's a wellness guru. She's a mom she so why she's really really real and she and her husband d came on our show and what I wanted to dive into with Sophie. was their relationship because she's pretty vulnerable about the highs and the lows and everything that makes up who they are today and how they've worked to become this couple that they are. They have a podcast, a podcast called ignited that shares a lot more about this stuff but it ended up being quite lengthy conversation and then we got off zoom and Andrew and I had our only conversation, and so we're going to keep this short and sweet I'm curious to hear your guys thought sorry I'm taking over go ahead. Ramble on. No no I go ahead and. Not just going to add this I think for for anybody in a relationship or even if you're not, you eventually will be I would assume. This was a very cool conversation between two people who have been together for sixteen years who like everybody else have had their highs lows even split for a period of time. But through all of that, they've chosen each other year after year and their relationship, and they'll talk about this a lot has evolved and they talk about the flow of a river so. There is no stagnation there. They are both evolving individually both willing to evolve as a couple. So it's really cool to hear about their journey and where there are now because they've blended their lives even more and like she said, Sophia's really vulnerable. You're talking about Instagram, right? Yeah. So it if you've seen her instagram beautiful instagram. But what is cool as she goes much deeper and she's very, very honest about daily struggles that we all deal with a lot about relationships like this conversation, but it's just cool to see somebody. Take it to that level because I think a lot of us are guilty of just showing the highlights of her life and keeping it very surface level and she has no problem opening the book for us. Yeah. So should we take a quick break and come back with Sophie Hannity stood.
"jaffe" Discussed on It's Quite A Living
"Plans and the and the frameworks is something that the in me is just loving at the moment. I want to go back to. It's actually one of my favorite words and it -cerned dip that you would use this word. But I love the word serendipity and in sort of the I'll use an old word old phrase new age community There's a saying that you know if things keep getting in your way you better stop and pay attention that that's not the path you're supposed to be on so I I find it fascinating that you fell off a wall and broke your arm. Ya Got Chicken Pox. You know the dog ate your homework. Whatever it is and it forced you to be on the path. You're meant to be on. How did you meet your wife? Was that serendipitous. Also do you think so? That was That was at actually at college I was in my third year. She was in a first year. I'm so by American standards. I was a junior. She was a freshman and as it turns out. She actually was at school with my sister. But you know they they I mean they were friendly. But they weren't friends per se and Couldn't believe that I'd never seen this. You know at the same school same high school but I never seen her before and It might be the reason. Why became very studious? Because she used to spend a lot of time. Studying at one of the libraries. So for some. You know serendipitous reason. It wasn't serendipity with more like stalking. Whenever she studied I studied whenever she took a break. I took a break and And she was very studious and so I became very studious. But but that's another thing that I mean you talk about that brought me to the US And and you know she South African. Im South African. I think from a cultural standpoint It's very important to me. You know I'm I'm jewel citizen but I am a citizen and I'm a proud citizen of of you know of the United States. I'm very patriotic. I love this country and this is my home. My kids were born here and I'm not going anywhere. I'm I'm certainly not going back to South Africa. Happy to have you know. Thank you haven't been deported yet. but But you know. I think this is a constant thing that you'll hear me say which is never forget where you've come from humble beginnings Remember the lows to really save the highs and and history and heritage is so important and even when we think about our business you've got to go backwards to to project forwards. You know that before as well which is when you actually study the post It it just it. It's in fact I'll tell you a little Just very total non secca My I have a newsletter. So if you if you guys listening or remotely interested in me which you know you shouldn't be but but if you are you can you can go to. Joseph JAFFE DOT COM. Sign up for my newsletter. But next week's article is actually called What if the founding fathers would found fathers in other words founders of a startup and thought of America has a start up? And what would they say about the process in about our election system and it was just a way of going back by saying we always go back? And we talk about our founding. Fathers as if they're like sacrosanct and on a pedestal when the reality is they'll probably very floor probably also just making it up as they went along They were at the end of the day entrepreneurs and and there's something just chaotic and scary and exhilarating Ab- about being an entrepreneur about hitting about accepting failure and no for an and never accepting no for an answer but embracing failure. I should say I and as you say when those obstacles get thrown in front of well you got to point to things right one is. Can you avoid them can overcome them? Can you go around them? But also sometimes to see the wood for the trees for me. It was easy. You know I'd broken bones. I I I had a goal in America. You Know I. You know the whole The layoffs and and being laid off you know But all of that sometimes you realize everything happens for a reason and and you know what take solace in that you know. Take joy from that and make yourself stronger because of all of that adversity. Because there's just no question you'll be better off if you do embrace it it. It's a perfect way to end. Although I think we're GONNA have to do a part to Joseph Jaffe because your mind would be a terrible thing to waste and I've already learned so much that we have to pivot. We have to Embrace change when it comes our way. We have to make lemonade at a lemons and You know be open and passionate always be open. Always be curious and I mean even you and I met Probably serendipitous deal randomly bumping into one. Another you know at at the a You gotta be open you got to be open to all of these signs and And if you do you know that curiosity that you know my my kids. By the way I'll say very quickly I know we have to go But my kids kind of like they always chastise me because I make friends wherever I go. Why do you talk to that stranger on the plane? Why did you talk to the person in the security lane? Wh why you always just you know like trying to find things in common with strangers and and and my to them because you never know who you're GonNa meet and you never know what you're gonNA take away from that random encounter almost always it's GonNa Overdeliver as opposed to under- delivering just Jaffe. It's quite a living. It's.
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"Hey It's be moss and this. Is it episode. One of it's quite a living. And it's my personal podcast. After doing dozens of podcasts for other businesses I wanted to combine a little bit of the business with a little bit of the personal so I am talking to people that I've crossed paths with mostly in the business world in some fashion or another probably because I've had a bunch of different jobs different careers I've done. Everything from being a singing telegram stork at a baby shower to impersonating Bette. Midler to running ED sales marketing for some major media companies. So along the way I've crossed paths with people who don't just say it's a living they get to say it's quite a living and I wanted to know what took them down their career path. What they've learned and maybe even why they named their dog fluffy who knows but we're going to have conversations with people who can claim it's quite a living first up. Is Joseph Jaffe. I met Joseph because I used to read his blog all the time. Jaffe juice great for media and marketing insights and then I saw him a few times as a keynote speaker in the industry he super smart. He was at the top of his game in marketing and became an author of about five business books now. His current book is called.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"A Lisa Jaffe as we continue covering the story and at least we've got some new numbers here for Washington yes the death toll keeps climbing across our state as a result of the corona virus pandemic a county by county count shows at least two hundred twenty five deaths the majority in hard hit king county which has seen the disease kill at least one hundred fifty people thirty three deaths reported in Snohomish county seven in Waukon county Pierce Clark and Benton counties each report at least six code nineteen deaths the state's top public health official meantime says corona virus continues to spread outside the Seattle area we go to come was Charlie harder for that part of our coverage Dr Kathy Lopes has a lot of concerns she's the public health officer for the state department of health first there's the increased percentage of positive Kobe tests then there is the spread to dozens of nursing homes and the rapid spread outside the Puget Sound area unfortunately the number of deaths from Kobe nineteen reported per day has also gradually been increasing which is concerning to me as well in a press briefing she says data and modeling point to the outbreak reaching its peak in Washington state on April nineteenth despite the bad situation Loki says it could have been worse she credits the social distancing efforts that went into place early around here keeping the growth rate much lower it in places like New York and Louisiana Charlie Harker colonials so far so good when it comes to ventilators in Washington state the word from governor Jay Inslee's chief of staff David postman who knows there's a lot of competition among the states for those critical devices as the corona virus pandemic continues I heard that we made an order and then lost it because somebody out this postman says the state has enough ventilators right now and recently placed an order for one thousand additional devices with private companies will tomorrow the angel of the winds arena in ever it will be used as a quarantine and isolation facility the arena will be separated into two sections one and it will be for those who have been exposed to corona virus need to be monitored for symptoms the other section will be for those showing symptoms of the disease Snohomish county executive Dave Somers says is for those who might not be able to recover in their own home or perhaps don't have a home most people will stay here for a matter of days for up to two weeks fourteen days again will be closed when we no longer need it for this purpose so at this point we can't really give you a closing date up to a hundred people could be housed there six thirty four let's find out how does that commute slick and right now let's turn it over to travel full time for a check on our traffic good evening we're watching a crash in Seattle on cellphone five just after on nine ninety is blocking the right lane she wants you to the left to get by there is because it just a bit of a hesitation also in Seattle the carpool lane is blocked with a crash on southbound five at the west Seattle bridge in west Seattle the traffic signals are all flashing red in all directions at thirty Fifth Avenue southwest and southwest Barton street to remember to treat that isn't always stop in Winlock an earlier crash we were watching on southbound five as cleared but there is still some slowing between Sargent road overpass and highway five oh five any granite falls an earlier crash it was there for quite awhile and canyon drive it mountain loop highway that's cleared as well with no longer any slowing through the area this report is sponsored by account temps demand for top talent is at an all time high keep your project moving with highly skilled accounting and finance professionals from Accountemps Accountemps a Robert half company our next come on traffic at six forty four now you're como eco roof forecast with Shannon o'donnell everybody Tuesday night here in the great Pacific Northwest still seeing some scattered showers rolling through storm drains and then you get a story break and then it rains again chance for thunder lightning though diminishing as we head into these after dark hours and we're gonna drop way down to the thirty so it's chilly enough to get that snow level right over the passes as well we'll see it driving slowly but surely on the first of April after some morning showers a better chance for sun breaking through by the afternoon is the slow bobbles await eastern Washington at highs on Wednesday back closer to fifty couple weather center I'm meteorologist **** no doubt some of our heavier rain showers including hail on the east side Redmond Kirkland bottle areas now downtown we have forty eight at komo news the trump administration today.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"With the Lisa Jaffe our editor this afternoon Jeremy greater cigna and humana are waving medical costs associated with the coronavirus eventual medications and vaccines to fight the virus are also part of that plan firefighters and first responders in our state are seeking donations of protective gear they're also asking you to be honest about symptoms instead of not talking about if you think you've got the covert nineteen symptoms when you call nine one one fearing that the medics one comma a new Washington post ABC news poll shows what is right now shaping up to be a very competitive race for the White House in November post polling director Scott Clement spoke with come most bill o'neill Scott what do the numbers say and what role has the corona virus pandemic played in all of this our poll found at night when people are asked if the election was held today registered voters split forty nine percent for Joe Biden and forty seven percent for trump not a break from February when fight it had the narrow advantage really in a bind it generally have advantages since last fall so trump is in a relatively competitive position as far as corona virus I mean it's very early stage to understand the impact that we have seen trump benefit with a small private approval rating by percentage point bump in that that seems to be the biggest factor in it has improved political standing in fact he gained a little bit of a pop from the crowd of iris and narrowly positive reactions to the feeling of it now these numbers of course even as Joe Biden struggles the presumed democratic nominee though Bernie Sanders says he'll soldier on to get some face time amid the continuing crisis right and in our poll really reflects what we saw through the primaries over the last month of an extraordinary turnout in the race that standard had a two to one advantage over the bite in one month ago hour just a little over one month ago but after all items within South Carolina big us big wins in super Tuesday states actually flipped the the double digit if if I didn't have a double digit advantage over Sanders and and in the recent contest as actual states he's he's won handily between eleven thirty nine percentage points in the last three states about they want a sense is a race this close seemingly good news for the president to this point that seems fairly typical for incumbents reelection when measured through past metrics anyway borderline for quite a while electability he remains there he lost the popular vote by two point one percentage points in two thousand sixteen but won the electoral college that's exactly the margin that he has in our poll so really on the borderline for that and it is no way to really expect these numbers to stay stable for the coming month a lot of it's going to depend on how people perceive the coronavirus outbreak impacting their life and his performance on that but he if it is not going from a it was a fairly close race before it's gotten closer I know there were were were were moving further and further away from the idea of you know land slides back like that that's polling director Scott Clement read.
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"Into Homo ground. Same ground different sound happy new year. My Name Is Maya MacDonald. I'm your host today as feature prolific songwriter and musical artists Sarah Jaffe on February third. She's joined in Dallas Texas at the Meyerson in by her band and members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra to perform songs from her extensive back catalog. And you'll be on the road in March for several dates with generationals. Sarah Jaffe latest albums. smut is a personal favorite of mine from twenty nineteen and it was a pleasure to chat with her phone back in December about growth evolution solution. And what's next on today's program you'll hear selections from the album smut right now. Here's my conversation with Sarah Jaffe. You are in Texas right now. I am in Texas. Yeah for the holidays. I'm curious if you ever make it back to like your actual hometown and perform their these days. I actually live in New York now but I'm here in Texas time and I have a problem. I have been coming back quite frequently for one offs and then I'm originally from Dallas but I do have some shows IOS and get in Texas And a couple of days. Actually I actually wanted to ask you about a show that you have in February with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. What does the story of that show? And I'm curious how you're arranging your songs for that. It's just an opportunity but both presented In the last I guess a couple months ago now and coincidentally it's just been on. The local is bucket list for a very long time. I've just always wanted to play with the New York and then as soon as vert. It's going to sound like amazing So the way that I'm kind of approaching approaching it. It's I mean without giving away too much. It's quite a lot like outside of my band numbers. Just trying to get.
"jaffe" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"This activist he is saying to me. You know like people like my parents. They voted for a radical project. Already BREXIT is they're radical project and Jeremy Corbyn ultimately becomes comes one more person who is holding up their radical project and they didn't want to hear about another one. Hello and welcome to wise is happening running with me your host Chris Hayes ever since two thousand sixteen when the UK voted on Brexit in a referendum and a lot of people I think in the UK and here in the US observers didn't think the referendum would go the way it did which was to vote to leave the EU and then it did and it was. It's kind of shocking moment and I remember at the time Donald Trump was running for president in the. US He was about. I think about to be the nominee or wasn't nominee and there was a kind of palpable sense of like. Oh Oh it can happen here like there has always seemed I mean the US and the UK have always had as we'll talk about in this show. There's there's always been kind of connection between in their politics in many ways but that moment felt like a kind of wake-up call. It felt like it was channeling certain forces that are very powerful in both the US UK and across a lot of the Western democracies and then down trump did win in fact on election night like Nigel garage one of the masterminds behind Brexit was like at at trump tower celebrating with him. There's been kind of linkage between the sort of nationalism as represented by Donald Trump's definition Asian of it and the sort of brexit tears definition of it and so throughout these last three years both American and UK politics have been in turmoil us because of Donald Trump then because trying to figure out how to actually leave the EU what it would look like. They've gone through successive governments and then they just had an election a few weeks ago and Boris Johnson's Conservative Party. You cleaned up. Because it's a multi-party system. They got I think about forty five forty six percent of the vote but they dominate parliament. Portions now has a mandate. They quickly moved forward forward with the Brexit plan and Labor got its butt kicked Labor led by recording and immediately afterwards and this includes myself. Actually there's Coletta hot takes about what it meant. It's very hard. There's sort of two things to think about. It's hard not to make comparisons between the US and UK precisely because of some of the shared political traditions. The kind of shared trajectories of both say Margaret Thatcher and Reagan. And then later Bill Clinton and Tony Blair and also because of the fact that brexit and trump seem so linked both in the energies channeling and in also the Times that they've come about and so a lot of people looked over there they a lot of people in the left particularly were really upset the by election both on the merits of what it would mean for the UK and also for what it means here. So I wanted to do a conversation about what actually went down with Labor in the UK. But I didn't WANNA do like a hot take one so I found the perfect person to talk about. WHO's a journalist that I've known for years? She's a great journalist. She does a lot of incredible reporting about sort of grassroot movements she's done stuff on teacher strikes about labor and over the last few years. Has you'll hear a lot more time in the UK both socially because she has friends there but also reporting porting and she was actually there in the run-up to the election writing about what was happening very much. Embedded with certain part of the Labor movement. Certain part of the Labor Party that is the kind of vanguard of Jeremy. Corbyn ISM sort of left resurgence in the Party and so I thought she would be a great person to sort of give a firsthand account of what went down there and what. Some of the lessons are her name. Amos Sarah Jaffe. She's a journalist and author. She's got a great book called necessary. Trouble Americans in revolt. She's also working on a second book which talked about it. And I think Sarah's got a unique perspective because I think there's a lot of anger towards Jeremy Corbyn Labour amongst a lot of folks in the UK in the Labor Party. Broadly there's a kind of inter-factional dispute a kind of leftovers center dispute that you see replicated here in US politics and the centre-left and a lot of people that feel like Jeremy Corbyn marched them off the plank that he basically had this zealous ideological vision that he pursued that the populist rejected and didn't want and now labor is in terrible shape. Thanks to following this kind avangard movement. That's not an insane critique. I think there's some evidence that that that's probably true but it's a much more complicated picture and I thought it'd be interesting to hear from someone who is very close to and closely the following the people who've been kind of the most vilified in the wake of the reaction in the wake of the election the people around Corbin around a group called Momentum Mendham which is sort of a faction within the Labor Party that supported Corbin very sort of actively socialist very much rooted in like a left Vision Socialist Vision and Sarah has been reporting on those folks. I thought rather than getting a perspective of someone who wanted to kind of do point scoring afterwards because their ideological enemies of vanquished that it would actually be really interesting to talk someone who was there on the front lines with those people reporting on them canvassing in some of the parts of the UK that Labor loss badly that were traditional strongholds strongholds. She just got a great kind of ground. I view of what went down there and I learned a lot from this conversation. And I think you know even if you're not interested in UK politics. But I would tell you is there are a lot of is lessons to be drawn and there are some trends between us and them that are that are quite clear and quite robust. And I think you're going to want to hear what exactly went down. I guess my question is like as a reporter from the left in.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Rib and size of the Lisa Jaffe rising rivers aren't the only concern is the sky continues to dump water on western Washington come as Ryan Harris tells us about the problems with urban flooding we've seen reports of roads overtaken by water in Snohomish and king counties including I five in Tukwila sometimes it's just a matter of more water than the drains can handle and sometimes there's debris clogging those drains that's the case in one of the spots I saw northeast twenty first in Bellevue where rob Bruce who runs fire chief equipment says he's seen flooding there but not this bad on the side stream here that overflows in of spills into the road there's a colder down there that gets debris into it gets logs or four pieces wouldn't faction of the problem there is there's only one way in and out of northeast twenty first there so it's either brave high flowing water or call it a day like the mosque near rap shop did canceling its Friday prayer so more people don't get stuck like the one car did in the early morning hours Brian Harris como new sorry from the urban city areas we go to the suburbs in the countryside where we are at flood phase three for the told in snow Kwame near king county those rivers of just been overflowing and we've seen flooded fields some roads covered with water Doug Williams of the king county flood warning center telling como is kind of hard to tell if things will get worse before they start to get better tonight every storms a little bit different I think this one may be struck a little bit further south then was initially expected but the rivers that are are flooding right now are the ones that we would typically expect to see flooding with this kind of rainfall tool for now the rivers do continue to rise so if you come across an area where a road is flooded don't try to drive through there's no way to tell exactly how deep that water is come on is dot com meteorologist Scott cystic says today's rainfall in Seattle is the most we've had in a decade a recall numbers for river in this kind of starts like way out in the Pacific out to our southwest almost too little no north of Hawaii up to the civic ocean and it is just it's kind of made an angle from somewhere between Astoria and hope wind coming in off the coast and then just angle to come right across the south some so just on the southern edge of the Olympic mountains Scott tells a Seattle has received about ten percent of its expected annual rainfall over the past twenty four hours that heavy rain increasing the threat of landslides and people who live on hills or slopes B. X. specially mindful tonight Kate Mickelson with The Washington Geological Survey says homeowners should check their properties are growing cracks in the walls.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Jaffe at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is stocks finished with solid gains propped up by positive reports regarding the US China trade talks the Dow Jones industrials jumped two hundred twenty points while the nasdaq composite and the S. and P. five hundred both established fresh closing highs is sounding more and more likely won't see Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes back in the skies very soon citing people familiar with the matter the Wall Street journal reports today that the Federal Aviation Administration is expected to approve fixes to a Max flight control system and related pilot training in February not this month is blowing it hoped that means the troubled airline might not carry passengers in the U. S. until much later in the spring Costco is out with quarterly results that are largely in line with expectations reporting after today's closing bell the Seattle based warehouse club chain posted per share earnings of a dollar seventy three on revenue of more than thirty seven billion dollars that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news federal lawmakers are taking steps to lower the cost of prescription drugs come was Molly Shannon has more on this new legislation and how would work this bill would allow the U. S. government to negotiate lower prices on some of the costliest drugs direct negotiation by the government is forbidden right now if this is approved the government would be required to negotiate the cost of a few dozen drugs every year using the price of those drugs in other countries as a benchmark the bill passed in the house but it's unlikely to be taken up by the Senate because the Republican majority says it would make the private sector less likely to invest in research for new treatments and president trump has said he will veto this bill if it reaches his desk a new report suggests bans on vaping products might actually do more harm than good the authors of the article in the journal science say the bands fall short on several counts like failing to distinguish between nicotine and THC products and between adult and youth smokers they also warned sweeping bans could push a cigarette smokers to the black market or back to smoking traditional cigarettes which are responsible for more than four hundred and eighty thousand deaths every year in the United States if you reach for a snack when you're drinking a beer or sipping a glass of wine you are certainly not alone new research now explains two possible reasons people eat when they're drinking alcohol the first explanation is pretty simple alcohol does lower your inhibitions and clouds your judgment the other possible reason though has to do with the specific hormones researchers say alcohol messes with the effects of leptin which tells us when were full some studies showed it didn't just quiet the signals of leptin but might actually stimulate signals in the brain tell us we're starving expert today as a result of you do eat when you're drinking try to make sure you're having a balanced meal and you should also drink plenty of water in its two most Molly Shannon triple a traffic.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Fan sites with Lisa Jaffe the White House is insisting the fundamentals of the US economy are strong invoking an ill fated political declaration of a decade ago amid mounting concern that a recession could imperil the president's reelection they finally opened at the James James street intersection by Yesler where a dump truck crashed into a pedestrian vehicles in the subway restaurant in pioneer square injuring five people this morning democratic congresswoman L. Han Omar and she did to leave are taking are talking more about the travel restrictions on them when it comes to Israel and Palestinian territories it comes only days after prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to block the two lawmakers from entering Israel for an official visit to leap says people should take notice on what's happening all of us Americans should be deeply disturbed Amar added her belief president trump is pitting Muslims and Jews Jewish individuals against each other meanwhile some in Israel see what they believe to be another gaffe by the congresswoman ABC store data Miller has more from Jerusalem house members Ilan Omar and Rasheeda to leave making headlines once again here in Israel that after they posted on Instagram this week in a cartoon by Carlos slow to fund their entry ban into Israel their support of the Brazilian Lebanese cartoonist pounding anger and shock platoons work over the years has been laced with anti semitism in two thousand and six he won second prize in Iran's international Holocaust cartoon competition what is widely condemned for mocking in denying the Holocaust Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem in front of a crowd at the native American presidential forum twenty twenty democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren offered an apology for any harm she caused regarding her claims of native American ancestry A. B. C.'s Mona Kosar update with the report following a standing ovation democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren began her speech of the native American presidential forum with an apology I have listened and I have learned a lot the Massachusetts senator referring to backlash she received her past claims of native American ancestry and her subsequent DNA test warrant speech comes on the heels of her campaign's rollout of a lengthy an exhaustive policy plan which in part calls for a cabinet level position of native American affairs Motoko surround the ABC news Washington apprehensions of undocumented immigrants along the US Mexico border fell again last month A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan in Texas with a look at the latest numbers these are not people seeking asylum at border checkpoints but those trying to slip through between the ports of entry last month we have seen the decrease Fidel baka of customs and border protection says seventy two thousand people were caught illegally entering the country last month that's down substantially from June these numbers are still high compared to last year some say the two month decline is the result of a crackdown by Mexico on illegal immigration Baca believes it's cyclical right now we just happened to be on the decline Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas in southern California the hunt is on for a man who stabbed and killed a retired cal state Fullerton university retired administrator on campus ABC's Alex stone with the details on the hunt police believe the murder victim was targeted the retired administrator was stabbed numerous times his body found slumped in a car in the school parking lot the suspect left behind a back back says Fullerton police lieutenant John radius inside the backpack there was an incendiary device that was located also inside the backpack.
"jaffe" Discussed on KOMO
"I sling with Lisa Jaffe or editors Germany greater in some of the top stories were tracking president trump and some of the leading democratic presidential candidates are targets of the opening statements of the second night of the Detroit debates and in Olympia Democrats selecting Washington's first female speaker of the house Laurie Jenkins of Tacoma makes Washington the eighth state to have a woman in the top spots in the house has the second group of Democrats get ready for their presidential debate tonight president trump is weighing in on last night's first round tweeting that is twenty twenty rivals will lead the country into an economic sinkhole A. B. C.'s Andy field joining us on the company's line the what reasons to the president give for that assessment anti well that's a hard questionnaires are because of the president much about anyone who opposes them and he he has said repeatedly without any substantiation or more sacks to back it up the the the Hillary Clinton won we would be in the great depression right now there is no indication that that's the case the economy is doing demonstrably better at least when it comes to the stock market in large part because of the president's giant corporate tax cut that corporation used to buy back their stock and probably stock price that the attacks could study after study including many non partisan government studies show that the vast majority of it went to corporations very little of it went to the middle class and in most cases most Americans didn't see any change at all the boys he unhappy with the toucher Jerome Powell today well Powell did what he wanted to do we cut the federal reserve rate down a quarter percent but he refused to promise that he would keep doing that they have you know a lot of people forget that the federal reserve is out there to serve the president it's not there to serve the stock market it is rare to act as a shock absorber to the economy if things heat up it cools down the economy by raising interest rates and if things get too slow it will then cut interest rates now my actually cutting interest rates as time it's almost to the mission with the economy is not doing quite as well the president says it is and any one more thing quickly and the Senate today was dealing with automatic train braking system and this is something that could have possibly saved lives here in Washington state Maria Cantwell the senator got up and made that point today at the hearing that the federal railroad administration administrator spoke about what's extraordinary here is that the NTSB one of the some place in twenty fifteen it's now almost twenty twenty and even the railroad administration admits it only about eighty six eighty seven percent of the lines are working with automatic train control and basically this is coming to an automatic braking system you see on some of the newer newer cars using GPS radio signals positions of other trains to make sure you don't run into another trying to run off the real road and it needs work very effectively but it's very expensive to put in so expensive in Amtrak has been able to exam fourteen thousand miles of track from having to put this in place no infractions soccer on trains if they can't get it in time but the bottom line is there could be a lot of lives saved this is in there and we're still a year and a half away from many real world even getting those that's right ABC's Andy field thank you so much and the capital one's data breach top of mind for a lot of people but then even bigger hackers being settled a B. C.'s Derry all being or talking to an expert about the options offered as part of Equifax's class action settlement apple faxes settling the class action.