20 Burst results for "Jim Brian"
"jim brian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Factor and brian calvert sponsored by hollow plumbing .com has this wednesday morning off frank lenses at the editor's desk morning it's 546 israel and hamas have agreed to a ceasefire in gaza to allow hostages to be released and to let in aid the deal agreed to yesterday would see at least 50 hostages captured by the militant group released in exchange for 150 palestinians held by israel the truce is supposed to last for at least four days the u .s. is launching retaliatory strikes in iraq against iran -backed militants u .s. central commands is a round of airstrikes were launched early yesterday against two facilities backed by iran that were involved in attacks against u .s. forces stationed there in iraq all historians have argued america's innocence was lost on this day when president john f kennedy was shot to death in dallas sixty years ago fifty two percent of americans believed some group element was involved abc news correspondent jim ryan is with us on our northwest news line today the conspiracy theories are alive and welcome them Yeah, and really they were born just hours after the nation happened many you could argue that when leo harvey auswald himself said i didn't do this that he sparked the first controversy ever and yes it's continued to grow the numbers rise and fall with the decades but it stands right now about sixty five percent of americans in a gala poll think that auswald did not act alone only twenty nine agree percent with the warren commission that leo harvey auswald was the only person involved in the assassination sixty years ago today there are commemorations planned not officially by the city of dallas but places all over the city where folks who are coming to remember the events of sixty years ago amanda has anyone other than the us government been cited as the so -called group element absolutely you know the survey shows that eleven or twelve percent think that the mafia was somehow involved others suggest that the cubans were involved this happened not too long after the bay of pigs so there are plenty of potential suspects that to conspiracy theorists point to when they say is somebody else must have been involved beyond leo harvey auswald amanda jim you were there in dallas you mentioned there'll be ceremonies today understand there's also a new exhibit opening exhibits all over that in fact an exhibit happening a two -day exhibit at the old texas theater that's where leo harvey auswald was captured on the afternoon after the assassination also after he had killed police officer j .d. tippett on the streets not far from the theater that's happening there are also other exhibits happening at the the dallas police department plenty so to see plenty to do here in dallas alright jim thank you for your time this morning abc's jim brian with us from dallas some hollywood actors are catching blowback over the public statements about the israel maswar oscar winner susan sarandon was dumped by her talent agency uta on tuesday after comments she made during a pro palestinian rally getting the most attention is this line there are a lot of people that are afraid of being jewish at this time and are getting a taste of what it feels like to be a muslim in this trade many muslims and jewish people bash sarandon online for the remarks and scream star we lost her role in the upcoming sequel after a bunch of posts online calling gaza concentration camp and accusing drill of genocide chasen adens and abc news hollywood a new poll is suggesting more american voters support funding for u .s border security than for foreign conflicts this national poll found 74 of voters supported more funding for security at the southern border it showed 58 supported more funding for humanitarian aid to gaza and three people are dead two missing after a landslide in alaska authorities say two adults and a girl were killed monday in the panhandle town of wrangle when a landslide more than 400 feet wide rolled down a mountainside and hit three homes officials are warning people in the area there is still a threat of landslides after storms in that area it's 550 time to get to your stock charts .com
"jim brian" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"Yeah. Well, Ed, did we miss anything? Anything else you want to throw in there? I think we've said it all, Jim. All of it? Not all of it, but. Wow, I can say, that's it. This is the last, the last show we've said it all. Five, nine, ten. It can't be the last show. I want to see next week's show. Yeah, Erin's on next week. And she'll have some Black Friday stuff coming up. And that's always a good show when she comes on. Ed, I'll tell her not to say, Ed, buy this. Because you already bought the, the, the, the DJI thing. I bought this. That's, that's enough. I don't need more. Yeah, yeah. Well, I mean, you do. Yeah, I do. Probably just don't know what it is yet. Maybe I shouldn't watch that show. She's been in, she's been doing some cool stuff. It's, it's, it's, it's pretty cool to watch. She's been putting out a lot of content, I've noticed. Yeah, she's been, she's been super busy. So she'll be here next week. And then it's Thanksgiving here in the United States the week after that. And I'll be taking that Thursday off. And then we'll figure out that I've got somebody scheduled for the 30th. And then I'm, I may, I think I may schedule, if you'll listen to last week's show, I'll have surgery on the 4th of December. And I think, that's a Monday, I think I might be able to podcast by that Thursday. I'm hoping so. So we'll see. We have to cancel that one if it's, if I'm not in any condition to do that. I mean, it's not like I'm, it's not like this is hard. Just sit here and ask questions. It's not too strenuous. No, no, as long as I'm not bleeding out here, sitting in the chair, I think I'll be OK. So. Not too drugged up, I mean. Yeah, that would be. But I mean, I drink whiskey during most of these, so. True, you'll be fine. The quality will be. It might be a funny show. Equally is whatever, whatever you want to call that, you know, equally is, is weird. So, well, we, Ed, thanks for coming out. Always great to have you back. Thanks for, thanks for hanging out with me on the weekends as we get together and, and do a cigar. I always appreciate that. And, and it's good, good to, as you were talking about all this stuff, I just said, You know what, this is a Home Gadget Geeks episode. Right. Yeah, I just got into this DJI craze. Now it's hard to get out. Yeah, yeah. Well, you showed me that on Sunday and was, OK, that's good. That we got, yeah, that we got to talk about. It perked up in the chat room a little bit. Yeah, well, because, Jim, it's always great to talk about stuff you can't buy. Yeah, yeah. And they'll be back, I'm sure. Oh, for sure. For sure. Yeah. Well, you never know when you're listening to this. I'll make sure I give it top billing in the, in the title too, because you know my titles. They're so click, baby. But, you know, they're terrible. They're terrible. Well, Ed, thanks for coming out. I'll remind everyone, appreciate your sponsorship through Patreon. If you want to join the Patreon group, 5 bucks, $5 plans that are out there, theaverageguy.tv slash Patreon. If you want to, by the way, big thanks to Christian, who really kind of hosts and supports the show from an infrastructure standpoint. Web and media hosting, he does it all. maplegrovepartners.com. He has plans at 10 bucks. He doesn't plan on raising the prices, at least at this point. You know, if you need a website, if you need something done, check out Christian, maplegrovepartners.com. If you want to send me an email, many of you did last week, and I appreciate it. If you ever want to just send me a note, send it to me, jimattheaverageguy.tv, jimattheaverageguy.tv. Maybe I say that too fast. jimattheaverageguy.tv. And I'd love your emails. We are live every Thursday, 8 p.m. Central, 9 Eastern, out here at theaverageguy.tv slash live. And I'd love to have you join us, like I said, next week. That's the Black Friday, the big Black Friday episode there in Lawrence. You'll want to join us here. And good times are had by all, Tony, Jim, Brian. I don't think I saw Ken this week, which is kind of weird. He's usually out here, everyone. Joe, Katie J. Spoonover was out here. Appreciate, good seeing you guys. We'll do a little bit of a postshow. With that, we'll say good night.
"jim brian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"1000 FM 97 7 your information station thank thank you for you joining us the afternoon news I'm Rick fans ice bill O 'Neill at the editor's desk and here's a check on some headlines the Senate could look different with Democratic Senator Joe Manchin announcing he is not running for reelection in 2024 West Virginia made the announcement in a video posted to social media this afternoon if Republicans are able to flip Manchin seat there is a possibility Senate Republicans and Democrats would have an even power split a cyber attack sinks the state's transportation website and app interrupting highway online travel times and ferry tracking the D .O .T. has been working to restore service yet another diabetes drug has been approved for weight loss more on the new classification of Monjaro from ABC's Brad Milkey the maker Eli Lilly explained this is the same exact drug same exact active ingredients just in a new brand they're step -bound so the people who are on Monjaro which are is used to treat people with type 2 diabetes there's no change there but this today's news is about zap bound which is for treating patients who have obesity or who are overweight with other chronic medical conditions like high blood pressure so how big of a game changer will be this let's get ABC's chief medical correspondent dr. Jennifer Ashton in here in addition to her other expertise she's board certified in obesity medicine so dr. Ashton you're a great person to talk to about this what is this drug and how does it work so they work on satiety and hunger hormones they also work in the GI tract so they slow the it's the emptying of your stomach causing you to feel full much longer they can slow the transit time through the rest of your GI tract and they can affect the mobilization insulin of and glucose in terms of our metabolism this medicine in phase 3 trials patients lost on the highest dose on the average of 21 percent of their body weight that's 48 pounds on on average and they've shown a good safety and efficacy profile yeah and and so to get FDA approval like you have to go through testing that's specific to this use now right so they've been doing testing on this as a weight loss drug how significant is the approval itself from FDA the you know I think it's significant the fact of the matter is is that in this country FDA approval is a great stamp it's important it makes things quote -unquote official in of terms its indication and its ability to be prescribed and used for certain and things it does not and I want to emphasize does not preclude licensed and credentialed healthcare professionals from using drugs off -label we do that all the time in modern oh medicine so that wasn't weird when doctors were like prescribing it before it was approved that you don't consider that bizarre or anything it's not bizarre and it's not unusual and it's been going on for decades the only important thing I think for the public to know from a provider is when they are prescribed or counseled about taking a medication off -label they should at least be told that but we do things like that all the time and so it is not uncommon for FDA approval to lag behind the spread clinical use of medications and also FDA approval generally means a greater chance that insurance will cover these medications my goal is to have this drug be as available as possible to as many patients as low a cost as possible but I think there has been such a popularity and a push for the use of these medications for the first time in my relationship with my husband I'm finally way less than him the FDA couldn't drag their heels anymore data is compelling and that's why they made this decision that's dr. Jennifer Ashton with ABC's Brad Melky Jim and Linda Brown of Oklahoma finding it difficult to trust strangers these days they say a physical therapist hired to come to their house ended up stealing pain meds from them here's ABC's Jim Brian Jack strain seemed like a compassionate caregiver we really did like him he was very nice you want to walk a little while before we go sure Linda Brown's husband Jim had undergone knee surgery and strain was hired to do in -home physical therapy but not long afterward we both complained to our doctor that our pain meds weren't working she set up a hidden camera as soon as I seen him put that bottle in his pocket I said I got him at least six other patients made have similar claims about Jake strain he told a reporter for Oklahoma ABC TV affiliate KOCO and he's now running an addiction recovery facility in Texas Jim Ryan ABC News Northwest News Time 220. Check Wall Street now with your StockCharts .com money update and here's Jim Chesko. Even though job growth slowed a bit in October as confirmed in the latest non -farm payrolls report last Friday the US labor market is still quite sturdy data out this morning showed that first -time claims for unemployment benefits slipped by 33 ,000 last week to 217 ,000 that's a level indicative of a stable jobs market one of the very low number of job losses even though businesses may be hiring less thanks in part to a disappointing Treasury auction stocks lost ground today the S &P 500 slid 35 points the Dow Jones hostels dropped 220 and the Nasdaq composite shed 129 nearly 1 % that's your your money now with money news at twenty and fifty past every hour coming up the final finally get the work on the actor strike over with we'll get a closer look at that and check what's going on entertainment wise around here right after traffic and weather on the way there's a new way to stay connected and stay informed news radio crystal clear on your HD radio go to 101 .5 FM HD to check back often and and never miss a thing your information station it's November and Emerald Queen casino Tacoma is dealing dinner that is so go all in and start your week with our $25 dinner for 2
"jim brian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Decades after his murder the man accused of gunning down rapper Tupac Shakur entered a plea in court today ABC's Alex Stone is joining us on the Northwest News line so how does the prosecution think this murder played out yeah so it's been a long time coming to get to this point Dwayne Davis remember from a few weeks ago when was breaking all this known as Kefi D that on the streets was his name he is now a 60 year old guy but Las Vegas police and prosecutors say he was a shot caller of a gang in 1996 they say he orchestrated the murder of Shakur that he made it quite known for a very long time that he had been on the scene of a crime that night he publicly stated in interviews and in a book that he was one of only two living eyewitnesses to the murder the other eyewitness being Suge Knight who is now in prison for running over a guy there was a convoluted situation where Davis apparently believed he had some kind of immunity from a investigation in LA with the LAPD but broke that immunity deal until Las Vegas police were able to go after him police say there was a fight that's been well documented inside the MGM Grand Hotel that involved Suge Knight and Tupac that night it was really two gangs coming together and that then Davis according to police devised a plan to get a gun carry out the murder and police saying at some point time as they were in the white Cadillac mr. Davis took the gun that he had obtained and provided it to the passengers in the rear seat of the vehicle as they were driving west on Flamingo Road rode near Koval they located the black BMW which was driven by Suge Knight and then passion sheet was Tupac Shakur and as they turned around they pulled up near the of passenger that side vehicle and immediately began shooting at mr. Knight and mr. Court so everybody else in the car that night from the shooter side he is dead and he's the only one who is still alive and even admits that he was in there he's charged with murder today he was in shackles and a blue prosecutor -uniform said they're not gonna be trying for the death penalty they announced today he looked around the room at point one gave a thumbs up to somebody who was in the room and this hearing cam was supposed to have gone on twice but before every time he would show up and say he was still working on getting an attorney and couldn't get an attorney finally the judge today said look I'm giving you a public defender he claims he still is working on getting an attorney and wants a private defender not a public defender when somebody in private practice a defense attorney but they're gonna get moving forward she says a case has got to go forward but all of this now almost 30 years after the the infamous murder in las vegas abc's alex news Aerosmith line frontman Steven Tyler is facing a lawsuit from a second woman who claims she was sexually assaulted former child model gene bolino says she was 17 he was 27 when they met in new york during the summer of the 1975 complaint comes nearly a year after julia misleifada lost it against tyler for allegedly sexual assaulting and attacking her with halloween out of the way christmas decorations will start to come out in america's big box stores and mom and pop shops but with the holidays says abc's jim brian comes annual an increase in retail crime surveillance video of shoplifters trundling out the front door with arm loads of merchandise keeps store managers awake at night even worse is the consequence of fighting back the clerk at a houston liquor store is beaten up for trying to stop three thieves retail at the mall eighty percent of the members of the national retail federation say they've seen an increase in violence theft numbers have been constant jim ryan abc news police in renton are out with a new video showing what led to up the deadly shooting of a fifty six -year -old man at an atm over the weekend surveillance video shows two people positing money when a man approaches them police say that he confronted them thinking that they'd stolen his car keys that that led to a fight then the fifty six -year -old father of the man who confronted the two others approach the situation when he moves off screen a shot is fired the fifty six -year -old's daughter then entered the scene and fired back as two people ran off police say they found four guns and all two from each party they are doing ballistics tests to see who fired the deadly shot or is eric johnson reporting news time six forty and head on over to the beacon plumbing sports that's desk taken with bill swartz husky football has a Trojan horse to prepare for troy inside linebacker rail golf and course spent four years playing for the university of southern california started seventeen games a long beach l a native he joined washington as a grad transfer and of course offers the husky defense unique perspective about facing the reigning heistman trophy winner sc quarterback
"jim brian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"1000 FM 97 7 your information station sponsored by muckle shoot casino I'm Rick fansize in Seattle along with editor bill o 'neill here's a check on headlines hunter Biden is expected to plead not guilty to gun charges in a Delaware federal court tomorrow the president's son was indicted on three felony firearms charges last month including unlawfully possessing a gun as an illegal drug user the charges come after a prior plea deal to see the gun offenses dismissed fell apart following scrutiny from a federal judge Washington State's lowest earners will soon see a little extra cash about a half dollar more per hour the latest hike to the state's minimum wage brings the hourly wage floor to 1628 an hour adding on what's already the nation's highest statewide minimum wage payments are due for federal student loans ABC's Elizabeth Schulze joined Michelle Franzen to explain what kind of options exist we are talking about 28 million borrowers who as of this month are on the hook again for their federal student loan payments and this is after more than three years where those payments were frozen you didn't have to make the payments actually you didn't have interest adding up on your loans for most of the time during that pause so this is a pretty significant change for a lot of Americans when you think about the fact that the average monthly payment for student loans is between 200 and 300 dollars a month a lot of borrowers who we've been speaking with say this is going to be a significant strain on their budget they're looking at their monthly expenses and they're saying how are we going to find room for this after this extension of this so pause many times we're really going to have to reevaluate our spending and our saving too yeah the good news was that they had this pause button for so many years due to the pandemic the supreme court of course striking down the biden administration's plan to cancel some of that student loan for millions of borrowers so what are some of the other options for them that's right so a lot of borrowers had gotten their hopes up that under that broad plan that president biden had proposed up to twenty thousand dollars in debt would be forgiven and of course we saw that that didn't hold up 16 million people had already been approved the money was literally about to go out the door and then republican elected officials and special interests stepped in they said no no literally snatching from the hands of millions of americans thousands of dollars in student debt relief that was about to change their lives so the biden administration says it is still exploring options for how to have that broad debt forgiveness we will ground this new approach in a different law than my original plan the so -called higher education act that i that will allow secretary cardona who's with me today to compromise wave or release loans under certain circumstances this new path is legally sound it's going take to longer take so in the meantime the administration has taken some steps to try to ease borrowers back into these payments for one the department of education has launched a new program that will try to lower americans monthly payments based on their incomes this is a repayment program called save and it really could have a big impact on especially lower income borrowers something that the education department is really pushing people to apply for and see if they can benefit from this new rollout that's a little bit more targeted there's also a one year grace period what we're calling on ramp repayment program so if you don't make a payment this on ramp temporarily remove the threat of people or having your credit harm which can hurt borrowers for years to come your interest is going to still be adding anything up but at the end of the day there's only so much that the administration can do The fact is that as of October 1st the bills were due and so for a lot of borrowers they're coming to the reality that they do have to start repaying those loans and that the interest is adding up pretty fast too That's ABC's Elizabeth with Schulze Michelle Franzen a small town in Kansas became the center of a worldwide debate over press freedoms in August when police raided the office of the local newspaper in the home of its elderly owner now as we hear from ABC's Jim Brian Ryan the other shoe was dropped Marion Kansas police chief Gideon Cody initially justified the raid on the Marion County record and the seizure of computers and cell phones saying that he was acting on allegations that the paper had used private information in a story about a local business owner county officials later withdrew the warrants now the city has suspended chief Cody without comment the newspaper reports that it's obtained body -worn camera footage from the day of the raid suggesting that Cody was looking for reporters notes about him Jim Ryan ABC news Northwest News Time 220 check on Wall Street with your stock charts .com money updates weekend news that Congress reached a last -minute deal to avert a government shutdown didn't do much for Wall Street today market finishing the session mixed the town industrial slipped 74 points the S &P 500 was virtually flat the tech heavy Nasdaq fell 88 check that the Nasdaq rose 88 with the government's landmark trial against Google's
"jim brian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Time 126 a utah mother accused of killing her husband has been denied bail the judge saying the 33 year old poses a substantial danger to herself herself and others prosecutors allege cori richins gave her husband eric a lethal dose of fentanyl in of march 2022 after his death prosecutors say computer records show that she searched luxury prisons for the rich what is a lethal dose of fentanyl if someone is poisoned what goes down on the death certificate cori a year later promoting her children's book about they're grief not living this life alone like dad is still here it's just in a different way prosecutors say that shortly before his murder eric discovered cori was allegedly responsible for more than two hundred thousand dollars in money missing from personal and business accounts the defense saying was from shared accounts she was uh deep in debt eric's sister saying cori took out multiple life insurance policies not just on eric but their boys also i am truly concerned that she will stop at nothing to dig her way out of the problems including murder cori's lawyer arguing doing money is not a motive and the cori is innocent being bad with money does not make you a now cori's defense team also says that fentanyl was never found in the home but prosecutors say that text messages show that cori was trying to get her hands on the deadly drug in the days leading up to eric's death now the next step here the judge hopes to set a date for this preliminary hearing by the end of this month abc's in a whitworth from horn blasts to vulgar gestures to guns pulled abc's jim brian says road
"jim brian" Discussed on WTOP
"Jim Brown has died. Some say he was the greatest player in NFL history. He was also a champion for civil rights and ending his career on the silver screen. But it was what he did on the field for the Cleveland Browns that put him in the Hall of Fame. Jim Brian and Jim Brown died peacefully Thursday night at his home in Hollywood Hills at 87. James Brown host of the NFL today joined WTO Sean and Brennan to talk about his life. He was a remarkable athlete and many will tell you that he has perhaps the greatest athlete to have ever played as well too. I know there will be those who will certainly bring up the name of Jim Thorpe, but Jim Brown was just sensational as a basketball player. He was amazingly NBA great coach and analyst. Hubie Brown talked about playing against Jim Brown. And again, he gives him that same kind of not as well. JB, what stands out, he was a civil rights icon as well, very active. What stands out if anything in particular about his work there. John wooten was one of his blocking I offensive lineman and he was a guy who handled all of the administrative matters because Jim Brown was really focused on athletes being well educated and also being financially strong and also role models in that regard. You might recall the iconic photos back in 1968 when they called the economic summit in Cleveland and he had the likes of Bobby Mitchell God bless him, luau center or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. All of the great names were there all putting their heads together to make certain that they were being excellent role models for athletes to follow that I will certainly remember we can talk about all of this athletic exploits movie star quitting at the age of 30 after only 9 seasons. I mean, just phenomenal, but also to be fair in terms of the well rounded look. He certainly had his share of challenges with domestic violence off the field as well, but on balance, Jim Brown was just a one remarkable person. Is there a one memory or a final fact that you'd like to leave us with about Jim Brown? You know what? I remember hearing the comedians talked about how powerful he was on the football field when certainly there were a number of rough and tumble players out there. Who wanted to hurt him out there quite frankly. It was a tough sport. And we often talked about two and three players trying to drag him down on the field and guys were actually humorously saying, Jim, would you please fall down. My kids are watching us so on television as well. A humorous look at how awesome he was on the field. That's JB James Brown host of the NFL today, remembering the late Jim Brown
"jim brian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Kirsten sinema and North Carolina Republican Tom tillis is aimed at holding off and expected surge at the southern border when the health policy known as title 42 expires next Thursday, the bill would give Biden authority to expel asylum seekers without being tied to public health. Donald Trump now says he will probably attend his civil trial in New York City, writer E Jean Carroll is suing Trump for sexual battery along with defamation after he denied her claims that he raped her in the 1990s. Well, how would this be for convenience? Yes, step out your front door anticipating a night on the town in your ride is waiting for you before you even ask for it. I have one word for that. Creepy. Nope. On the northwest news line, ABC's Jim Ryan Jim, tell me about this technology. This seems a little strange. Well, it is, but it's not something that isn't in use already Brian. I mean, if you open up your Netflix account, it already has suggestions of things you might want to watch and things you probably genuinely like based upon your previous viewing habits. Well, that's what this would do. Uber is filed a patent application for technology that would allow it to predict rides that you're going to take. Food that you're going to order through over each. And to have this stuff, they're waiting for you when you're ready for it. It would be based on previous usage of the app, for example, you know, every Wednesday you commute to work instead of driving. And so a Uber figures that out and Uber has a car waiting there for you when you walk out the door. Every Thursday night you order pizza, you have a delivered by Uber eats. So overreach might automatically make that delivery for you. So I mean, it would be occasionally the cases when it doesn't happen, probably so, but I think Uber is looking at this as a way to improve efficiency and up its profits. You just said entering the patent phase, that could take years, couldn't it? Well, it could. I mean, it may be granted fairly quickly and by the way, just because the patent application is filed doesn't mean this will ever be in use. It could be that Uber has kind of stumbled upon this. They want to get the patent application in before lift gets their hands on it. Yeah, I was thinking about this, Jim. I was looking at a pair of shoes on the Internet last night, and then all of a sudden, in my Facebook feed everywhere I turned, they were trying to sell me shoes everywhere. So I guess it's that very similar technology. Artificial intelligence and predictive technology, which can figure out, you know what? I think Brian would like these shoes. Let's offer them up and see if they'll buy them. I already have one pair. I'm not allowed to get ten more pair of gym. These Jim Brian on the northwest news line Jim have a great weekend. It's now 5 50. Happy to see your stock charts dot com money update. Apple reported its second straight quarter of declining revenue but said iPhone sales surge due to strong demand in emerging markets. The tech giants revenue slipped 3% to $94.8 billion, net income also dropped 3% to 24.2 billion, but the results were better than expected. Apple says it's all decline in Mac and iPad sales, but the iPhone did especially well. In India, Indonesia, Latin America and the Middle East. Microsoft is expanding public access to its generative AI programs, making the new being available to everyone. The new Bing is now in open preview, and there's no longer a wait list combining large language models like OpenAI's GPT four with its search index. That's your money now, Jennifer kashinka, northwestern's radio. And this just in from the other Washington U.S. employers added a robust 253,000 jobs in April in a sign of a still resilient labor market despite the fed rate hikes. Futures are higher this morning up about 200 points right now. S&P up 28, NASDAQ futures up almost 70 points. Money news at 20 and 50 minutes past the hour we have a few issues on the freeway, including a stall there on northbound I 5 and 5 Kira will tell us more in just a few moments. Matter
"jim brian" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp
"Well where i'm at now I would All the way up until the very end So the last chapters really really is The Journey where i'm at with my four adult children and then i have one minor which is five and i believe she's going on sixty she keeps me. I'm telling you. I'm forty. And i tell her all the time and my oldest daughter was just thirty ladder. She calls her mama. She'll who said mama the cheetah's because i'm fifty. I mean i don't know what else you think you should play. So how old are you now. Jim brian forty eight forty definitely. Don't look at it. You said your oldest is thirty. Two thirty two. Yes yeah what is nice said. Wow that's amazing. Pusher oldest is thirty two. Your youngest is five and you have children yes. I spoke with the four. Don't one but but yeah. And i said the one minor because i don't beat the ways the ways she's going into world i don't think she's ever gonna be departed from me what i find out but she But i was buried blessing. Fortunate to put all my The birth of my children in there which is Just profound for me. Because i was fifteen when i had a courtney and i just was July and august. I was turning sixteen but that was also when you read the book at whole new time chapter in my life because i was told and i had to place myself into a women's position regardless whether mentally or physically i was i had to do the best. I could at that time. Because the choices that i made of my first choice really having getting pregnant so all. My chickens birthdays than they are. And so this this last one in the journey nail i each morning. I'm so blessed to be able to Be the best. Kimberly kimmie that i can be. No that I'm Just full of of life ed and was able to utilize the time to invest in me to Continue they healing. Continue the journey. Continue all that. I had to do. And my purpose built life that this these journeys of degrees d- over coming four failed marras degree that Were in some type of form physical or mental abuse that Now even as a single black woman that I'm so glad to have now the opportunity to be able to tell other women. It's okay to embrace your season in your journey. It's okay to be patient. It's okay to use this time as an investment for years. It's not selfish..
"jim brian" Discussed on WTVN
"Do we've seen states up name highways after presidents, but this one's a bit of an eye opener. Former President Trump is being considered with Oklahoma. They want to name one of their high was after him. Yes, well, the the Republican controlled Legislature in Oklahoma has passed this send it on to the Republican governor who's expected to sign it rented. This would rename about a 20 mile section of the highway in the Oklahoma Panhandle from Cherokee County, down to the Texas border. Or Donald J. Trump. The controversy arose. Democrats said that you know they, they pointed back at a statute in Oklahoma law that points out that A person has to be dead three years before they can have a highway name for them. The Republicans fire back and said, Well, we named a highway Poor George W. Bush and for George H. W. Bush different highways for them while they were still alive, so it really doesn't apply. So this made it through the Legislature there. In Oklahoma and Kevin step, the governor is expected to sign it. But that's a really good point, though it if in the guidelines it says hey, of former president has to be dead for three years. I mean it would that fly, even Republican controlled Legislature. Would that fly because it's kind of going against what rules they've already passed? Well if you're right, and in fact the legislation which would enable this big omnibus, my highway and bridge naming legislation, which includes dozens and dozens of names, and Trump's name was kind of slipped into the middle of it. At the last minute, but it does take that restriction away. This if it does pass would would remove future naming from this requirement that the person be dead for three years. And so, yeah, this is kind of takes a look at the entire issue of naming bridges and roads for people, either who are still alive or haven't been gone for three years of war. All right. NBC's Jim Brian, Thanks for your time this morning. Appreciate it. Here on the legacy retirement group dot com. Phone line A news ready of 16 W. T V and want to jump to well, West. Jefferson had a quick conversation with the West Jefferson Police chief Christopher Floyd. Yesterday's You could imagine he's been inundated. We invited him on the show this morning, but he really wasn't able to save mortar than what he already released yesterday. And of course we're thinking about the entire village. Of West Jefferson just a little bit more than enough picture this if you've never been to West Jefferson, or as we like, tol it in slang West Jeff There's a little more than 4000 people that lived there on the eastern edge of Madison County. But 18 miles from Columbus. No suspects or further info at this point Re dead inside an apartment. One male was found outside on their age ranges from 45 38, then 30. On. It's a bit of a mystery at this point, because they don't have a whole lot to go on first homicide in nine years in West Jeff, that's top of that. It all started around 5 27 Monday afternoon, a passer by called 911. Was leaving work found a man lying outside an entry way outside of the apartment with an apparent gunshot wound to the face. The victim was already dead. There was no gun that was found or anything like that. So they don't have a whole lot to go on A B C is already on this before. Poor V C I b c I A has just been hammered with the amount of homicides. I mean, in the last 24 hours as of yesterday, because should be 48. What now You have two teens that were shot and killed along with the an adult starting from up. Saturday night. It's just It's outrageous right now. So if you have any info, see something, say something, the West Jefferson police Chief Floyd is at this point begging for information. Bc I too If you have any information about that shooting in West, Jeff, you're asked to call the West Jeff Police Detective bureau 614879 76 72. Or the department's anonymous phone tip line at 614379 51 75 You start to read about this case you and if you ever watch like C s I or any of those shows you start to wonder. I wonder what why three inside the apartment, And then there was one. Shot in the face outside dead was, you know there's all sorts of questions that are coming over. That's what BC I was working on. Was it a drug deal? Gone bad was it was the guy outside running away from whatever maybe situation that started inside so you could imagine there's a There's a lot of questions, but law enforcement definitely needs your help. Columbus is among several Ohio metro cities by the way, ranked in a new study of the 100 most dangerous cities in America, according to data released by a real estate Analytics Analytics website, Neighborhood scout. Columbus is not one of the five Ohio cities listed among the 100. The U. S for most violent crimes crimes examined in this study include murder, rape, but we don't need to study to know Just what exactly is going on here, especially with the youth aggression and the violence right now. Not a good thing. I got to get it under control. 8 19 traffic.
"jim brian" Discussed on WTVN
"Ready of 16 W. T. V. And Jim. Good morning. I want to get to this whole you had to wonder what this is eventually gonna happen. But the science that's rethinking this six, FT. Ruled out. So what do we need to know? Well, me leave that you need to keep your mask on and points away. Keeping six Ft, away from other people is still a good idea. Even if these little little tiny aerosolized particles that may contain coronavirus are in the air. At least you're not touching another person and touches one way they can be transmitted. A corona virus can be moved around the point of this whole study. Brandon was to show that air in a typical room is so saturated with stuff anyway, including viruses, the flu virus coronavirus, other kinds of viruses. That the six FT Distancing rules really doesn't seem to make much distance are different. So if you're standing six ft, away from the infected person, or 60 ft, away from that infected person. It's still kind of breathing the same air as people move around so that it doesn't necessarily say, Take off the mask of standards, closers you can to other people, it seems to suggest keep the mask on and stand farther from people spend less time in that environment. Jim Brian from ABC is with us this morning, President Biden will deliver some remarks on covert 19 today I ironically, it's I think it's the first anniversary of covert cases hitting a million, but What I was curious about is the president may also address new CDC guidelines. We we saw Fauci over the weekend talking about outdoor mass hear any more about that? Could could he? Could the president finally say Hey, no needs were mass outside today. Potentially, Yeah, you make follow the CDC recommendations. The CDC expected to say you're right that that easing mask wearing is okay that you don't necessarily need to if you're among vaccinated people and you're outside, So I think a lot of people are doing that anyway. If they're out, walking the dog or or taking a walk it there outdoors. Don't see a lot of people wearing mess. It's inside those closed in spaces. Just see it being much done much more. So I think you're right. That may be what the president decides. Do Brenda. All right, NBC's Jim Ryan. Thank you so much for joining us this morning. Good stuff. Appreciated. And who knows? There's rumors that Hill either addressed this today, President Biden or he will talk about it tomorrow, and that's no more vests outside during the address to Congress, so love to plan. We'll have to wait and see about that. You know, it's interesting to the whole science behind this, you know, at this point like I was at my son's baseball games over the weekend. There was about half of people that were at the baseball game and they were spread apart. You know, families work together, but I would say there were no more than two dozen people. They're half warring mass. Some of the kids were worried Mass. My kids weren't Cause I. There was no obviously mandate that the kids had to wear a mask while playing baseball. But I know my son came up to me and said, Hey, one of the other players has why was wearing my mask. And I said, Well, there's no rule that you have to wear a mask out here, Max, I I think you're gonna be okay. You're going to be all right. It's you know it be different. I look, I'm not, You know, Mr Rebel by any means, But when I looked around, and I saw where we were at, we were outside the park. I'm like, Okay, It's not like there's a you know, Brazilian people all crammed together like a, you know, Burning Man Festival or something that obviously it's different than that. So I started looking around realized. You know what? I'm just gonna take my mask off. This is silly. At this point. I could not prove that other people were fully vaccinated, but at the same time, But I truly have to believe that. You know, there's such a strong debate. The mass mandated. Are the mask wearing Versace not wearing. I don't have. I'm not going to preach that. One because I'm not a preacher, but to that debate has been going on forever. And some people strongly believe that what I'm going to continue to wear a mask. Well, no one should throw any shade their way if they want to continue. But if you're gonna have Karen's of the world and go after those people, well, that's another thing. And if, if anything, this entire cove ID craziness is as taught us. It's personal space. You realize that so whether it's three ft. 6 ft. Whatever you now know, Okay, I'm not going to get into someone's personal space anymore. Actually, people who really don't appreciate someone getting too close to them. California's secretary of state, says supporters of recalling Governor Gavin Newsom have verified signatures They have enough now to trigger that recall. And guess who was one of the first Assign up and pledge they want to run for governor Caitlyn Jenner out of California last night. I know what Arnold Schwarzenegger was on. Jimmy Kimmel. And while it was more of a vague statement, you might recall that what was it back in 2003? Governor Brown, I think was the governor of the time and he was being re called, and it was a moment where Arnold took advantage of that. They were like Hundreds of people that were going after running for governor back in that day, but Arnold eventually prevailed. But he had this to say about Caitlyn Jenner last night. Well, you know anyone is a chance because I think that the people are dissatisfied. It was going on here in California, and I hope that as many people as possible, jumping into the race and going for it, because, remember when I was in the recall election, there were 150 candidates there and it was a huge circus that was kind of fun to run for governor. At that time, it will be Understand too for everybody. The key thing about all this is doesn't matter of its casing. Or was anyone else to have a clear vision of babe? Want to go? One of the kind of changes you want to make? And why you qualified to become governor? This what you have to convince the people all the other stuff is all nonsense. Boy. That was wild, too. When they were running on. Arnold eventually prevailed and did some good things in office. Two did some other things that well on a personal level will be way We both get into that. It's 6 40 to use radio 6 10. Tell them you TV end sports, You know, Speaking of Kimmel last night, Mr Matt McCoy, Magic Johnson. Was talking about Larry Bird and the Olympics and being a part of all of that he had this to say about Larry Bird less. I thought it was a great story my bucket list of play with Larry Bird one day play with Michael Jordan one day, and here it is, I get a chance on the dream team to do just that, and it was great to play with Larry. We have been rivals. We hated each other. We played, you know, against each other in the S e. A championship game, And so I had to take the bird man down in that game. There's nobody.
"jim brian" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To know. They actually got caught red handed doctoring evidence red handed. Bet it the ballgame. That show's over you, doctor evidence in court, you're disbarred. And frankly, if this was an attorney who created that exhibit there, Lar license ought to be freaking confetti by the year's end. That's the most egregious thing anyone can do in court or Congress. How do I know this? Eric Swalwell. He tweeted out earlier this week for a tweet from a woman named Jennifer Lawrence. Not the celebrity quote this saying that the tweet was verified. This is her quote. I've never been verified on Twitter. So why did my tweet used in a factory impeachment include a verification badge. The California congressman was freaking criticizing her said this how stupid he is. This is the guy running this thing. The congressman was criticizing her claim that she would bring the Calvary but purportedly misconstruing at his horses or cavalry. Hey, idiot! I know you a Christianity. Google. What Calvary is it's not horses. This idiot actually went on stage air into the Congress and said, there's people coming here with horses like it's 18 63. Why is Eric Swalwell even talking? When you get worked by a Chinese spy? You forfeit your ability to speak about treason. This is this really happened. Ah, guy was compromised by a Chinese spy is talking about freaking treason. None of this surprises me. That's what's pathetic. But a they fabricated Russia. They fabricated a fake rape of Christine Blowsy Ford. Why are we surprised? I'm not Imagine a trial where jurors were witnesses. When one of the jurors Leahy is the judge, No witnesses, no testimony. We're gonna admit news reports news reports as exhibits. And then and then and on Lee. Then, when the prosecutor realizes they're losing after the case has been submitted in the middle of closing arguments. The prosecutor says. You don't want time out. We want more witnesses. I don't even need to hear any of the facts about any of this. That is a scam. A patent scam where I come from, that's a kangaroo court. I can't take this hypocrisy. At some point we have to start valuing truth. No more pissed off. Sorry about that. Not the quote Willy. Oh, I wish we had time for a call, but we're coming up on the break. But William Ben, Vinnie, Bob, Jim. Brian, I need to get a glass of water. We're gonna get to all U, um, coming up after the seven o'clock hour. We're gonna Patrick Reagan. D bl attorney former We don't like former anymore. I guess he's Republican strategists. That's a good one. And City Hall wallflower Patrick Reagan to come on to talk about the new developments in the P G Sittenfeld thing, maybe get into the The Lincoln Project Bonfire. I'm sorry, guys. I don't mean to get that fired up. But when, when people that actually watched businesses burned for six months and said nothing, start lecturing anybody about violence? That's disgusting. And it is why this country is toast. At what point like, seriously what point Because what they should have been. This should have been the country Republicans, Democrats looking themselves in the mirror saying, How did we get here? I think a good start is that riots happened for six freaking months and none of you said a word. None of you You're gonna you're gonna call me an insurrection is you're gonna call 75. You're an absolute joke. I have, literally every time I feel like we've hit a basement, we've had a bottom my feet come out from under me. Mm. All right. I need a break. We'll be back on Mike.
"jim brian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From Pigeon thought. Leaders. Here's Lisa Davis Impact investing portfolio manager at P. Jem Real estate. I think we used to believe in the SDU circles. That climate change was the great systemic risk to financial markets that we needed to find a way to account for, and the challenge was to connect the individual investments that we were making to addressing climate risk at a systemic level. I think the challenge now that I see is that inequality around the globe is equally important systemic risk, often connected to climate risk that we have to address in financial markets here. More peach and perspectives at p jem dot com That's PG I am calm partner with peach in the investment management business of Prudential. These statements are not intended to be investment advice and should not be used as the basis for any investment decision. Influential conversations from Bloomberg Television. Here's Emily Chang, space Exploration Well Might be seeing a lot more of it with Space X on track to launch the first ever civilian space flight later this year, another rocket companies announcing they are going public. It seems the space sector is getting a new look with me. Now. Jim Brian signed former NASA administrator under the Trump administration and now a senior adviser and acorn growth companies where he will be investing across The sector. Jim, thank you so much for joining us. I want to start with the civilian space mission. We talked with Jared Isaac men yesterday. The CEO who will be leading that all civilian Miss mission, And I'm curious whether you think that that is something that NASA should be regulating when it involves civilians going into space, even with a private company, so I don't think so. NASA is an agency that does exploration discovery. Of course we do human spaceflight. But when it comes to human spaceflight by the private sector, I think there are other agencies that are That are in fact, more capable of doing regulation. The NASA NASA is about science and discovery. We are not at NASA and I say we, Of course I'm not at NASA's of the last two weeks, but Announcer is not a not a regulator, and I think we should be careful to not get NASA mixed up in that kind of activity here. More interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile APP or check your local cable listings. This package is going to really speed recovery and analysis by Moody's and economists of the Brookings Institution shows that very clearly that we will fit. People back to work much sooner with this with this package, and that that's really critically important. Absolutely no reason why we should Suffering through a long, slow recovering Janet Yellen, the U. S Treasury secretary, speaking on CNN over the weekend from New York City this morning,.
"jim brian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Flag. Well, Super Bowl week is underway, albeit much different in these pandemic times with it being done virtually Andy Reid went through a lot of suffering before winning his first championship last year. Now he's back for a second. I was disappointed his assistant, Eric, the enemy has yet to find an opportunity as a head so deserving of that opportunity and You know, I'm hoping someday it comes. I was expecting at last year and it didn't happen. I definitely thought it happened this year and it didn't happen. But I can't tell you the last part of your question. I think he was is ready. Azi. Anybody Aaron Rodgers was unsure about his future or we could go. But the Packers are certain he's a part of theirs and Coach Mountain before made sure of that, saying Rogers will be there for a long time, and Jim Brian couldn't consent of Rogers. He's their leader. The 37 year old has three years left on his deal. Also tonight, Dustin Pedroia makes it official announcing his retirement. A former M V P did not play in 2020. That played a total of nine games the previous two years because of being dreams, a four time all Star he won three championships with Red Sox, Angels and Orioles are reportedly close to a deal to send pitcher Alex Cobb to Anaheim for a minor leaguer. NBA action this evening Right now late second quarter Lakers in front of the Hawks by a score of 47 46, also late first half the heat in front of the Hornets. 58 53 Mex Truce with 17 for Miami. Also right now, Second quarter, Kimbrel's and Cavaliers even a 29 bulls lead the Knicks 30 to 27 after one box in front of the Blazers, 40 to 36 in the first pelicans on top of the King's 30 27 rockets, 48 Thunder 24. In the NHL, penguins and Rangers, even in one of the second capitals on top of the Bruins, 31 Lightning for Predators Nothing. Canadian six Canucks one average accuracy Man you Lori, and I'm a plates always after hours hanging out with you on CBS Sports Radio, check it out to a m. Eastern 11 P.m. Pacific. When you needed your mom. She was always there with the Vicks vapor rub. She used that soothing sent to calm. You and her mom used it to calm her and her mom. Well, you get the.
"jim brian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And the court health reporter at Bloomberg News. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. Now. Local space story. Houston based company Axiom Space is planning to send private citizens to the international space station next year. On Tuesday. This week, they revealed who will be making this historic trip. Ah, former astronaut will serve as commander and three wealthy men who each paid $55 million for their ticket on the space X Dragon. Mourn with the Citizen astronauts are in four will speak to Christian Davenport, reporter at the Washington Post. I mean, this would be a historic moment It's scheduled for early next year around January. 2022 As you mentioned it would be the first space flight to the international space station comprised entirely of private citizens. Nuttall professional astronauts in the group, although they will be accompanied by Michael Lopez Allegra, who is a former NASA astronaut. He's now retired, though, and he works for this company Axiom space, So you've got a ton Stevie Mark Passy and Larry Connor, all very wealthy individuals, businessmen who saw that they could now have the opportunity to fly to space and spend eight days on the international space station. Now, this is a new thing for NASA. Back in the nineties and the two thousands in that time frame. There were a handful of private citizens that flew to the space station on the Russian spacecraft on the Russian Soyuz, but NASA they forbade the practice and in 2019, former NASA administrator Jim Brian Stein reverse that policy, paving the way for private astronauts to fly to the space station, and this will be the first crew axiom hopes to fly a zoo, many as two of these flights. Year, but this would be the very first one. But that's the way we've been trending, right. We've been seeing all these companies developing shuttles, you know, already launching satellites all this stuff and also working on sending private citizens in the space. Where sometime you know, everybody knows the names. Obviously Elon musk, Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos himself all developing these types of things, and even for axiom space you mentioned they're lining two trips a year, but They're also saying that they want to develop their own space station, something that NASA could use tools. They're planning really big. Let me tell you. It's a great time to be a space reporter. There's so much going on. You mentioned the billionaires. I called them in my book, The space parents. It's such an exciting time and people forget that up until last year when space Exelon must company which you know, under contract from NASA to fly, not just cargo and crew to the space station, but the fly astronauts to the space station. They had their first mission last year for NASA. That was the first time Astronauts flew to the station from United States soil since the space shuttle was retired in 2011. So that was a big deal. They've got a few more missions of flying NASA astronaut the government astronauts, But this too, they're opening up their portfolio to include these private citizens. These tourists and as you mentioned axiom is sort of brokering the deal. They'll do the training. But axiom itself wants to build their own private space station that ultimately you know, would replace the international space station, which has been up there for 22. Years can't be up there forever. Let's talk a little bit of money with all of this. Obviously, they're spending $55 million a ticket. NASA's cost for lodging, I guess is $35,000 a day per passenger for food, storage and communication. You know NASA's getting their cut, at least for this so they could go to the international space station. Are they going to be working? They're doing anything. Is it just the vacation for them? How is that going to play out? So they say they want to go up and be industrious and not just be Spectators. And so they're working. The all three of these guys, I mean, they've got clearly a lot of money. They're philanthropists. You know, that's part of what they do. They want to partner with local hospitals and their communities, local educational institutions and deuce of stem education from up there, they know to that because they're the first. Who did do this? There's gonna be a lot of attention paid to them. And I think part of the concern is that they'll be seen as dilettantes will be seen as not belonging into getting in the way of the professional astronaut. So they want to be taken seriously and do real work on there. I mean, But then again, I mean, who we kidding? You pay $55 million for a ride to space. You should be able I'm sure they're gonna want to enjoy it and spend some time you know, doing the somersaults and staring out the window and that sort of thing to what's been the reaction from these guys about risks. Obviously, you know, astronauts trained for so long to go do this. They're gonna be working. You know, on the space station on that, But for these guys, you know what did they say about the risk? And that's something that I was curious about when I interviewed them and push them on that because I think you know a lot of times, spaceflight gets romanticized and the fact of the matter is, it is really Risky. It is really dangerous. They seem to be aware of that. I mean, particularly a town, Steve. He's a former Israeli Air Force fighter pilot who served alongside Israel's very first astronaut Ilan Ramon, who was killed in the 2003 challenger disaster when the space shuttle challenger came apart. I'm sorry, Colombia so they know the risk and they Seemed to be well aware of it, but you know if you go back in history in the space shuttle, I mean, it's called the shuttle for a reason. They wanted it to be like a normal routine service to space. And NASA had a program where they were looking for private citizens to go and initially opened that up to a teacher, Christa McAuliffe, and when the shuttle challenger exploded in 1986, they decided to shut down that program and to keep it for professional astronauts. Only. So I think these guys they're aware of the history and it's something they're taking seriously, but you never really can be prepared for it. Christian Davenport, reporter at the Washington Post and author of the Space Barons. Thank you very much.
"jim brian" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Weekend edition. I live in California. And anecdotally, I can say that's kind of true people have been driven in, and they are still gathering with their family members. And we know that these air these points of transmission s. Oh yeah, I would say that. Like I said, anecdotally, from what I hear, that has happened, and that's been the problem. That Cove in fatigue that we've talked about before is so huge right now, and people are just Wanting to get back out there, and even for the restaurants themselves. That's such a huge point for local businesses. They're just hemorrhaging money right now staying close and even being at limited capacity doing outdoor dining. Maybe they're not making profits, but at least they're not losing those vast amount of money. So that's where this kind of thing has been lying at. It's been tough for a lot of people. And the point you raise, I think is a really that sort of anecdotal. Those stories is an interesting one. I spoke with a public health expert who said, you know, we know from other kinds of diseases like HIV, for instance, or other diseases where you can impose different kinds of approaches to try to prevent it or David off that, you know, encouraging this idea of like abstinence only like almost like infects at like. That you should just not do anything at all doesn't work as well as trunk and mitigate risk. You know, different levels. And so you said California took this approach. They definitely needed to re calibrate what they were doing. Whether this new approach is gonna work, though, depends a lot on whether the state has good contact. Tracing David say we know people, for instance, are gathering In private household and getting sick And he says, we haven't actually seen that data hasn't been made very transparent by California so it'll kind of remained to be seen whether this new approach works and as adherence to the guidelines, the social distancing the mask wearing, that's where we're getting conversations of, like, Should people be double masking? Should we be triple masking? You know that was kind of hitting the story lines this week just As these restrictions are starting to loosen and people want to get out there. Should we protect ourselves more with masks now, So this is all kind of rolled up into it. And those are key things that we need to do as We start going back to business. Right, And I think another really important aspect of being states. Relax. These measures is also looking at what they're doing in terms of relaxing in these measures. So this week we also got a report from Stevie See, which said that school re openings could be done safely if you took all the right precautions, and also if you took steps to make sure transmission in the community at large, was minimized and was as controlled as possible. And so when you're talking about, for instance, and Illinois reopening indoor dining in restaurants, it is an interesting question of Well, what about the fool? You know? Are we taking all of the same kinds of a relaxing all the same kinds of measures? We relaxed before we trying to do the smarter do this in a in a way that could have more impact, You know, in terms of social and educational programs and the court health reporter at Bloomberg News, Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you now. Cool Space story. Houston based company Axiom Space is planning to send private citizens to the international space station next year. On Tuesday. This week, they revealed who will be making this historic trip. A former astronaut will serve as commander and three wealthy men who each paid $55 million for their ticket on the space X Dragon. Mourn with the Citizen astronauts are in four will speak to Christian Davenport, reporter at the Washington Post. I mean, this would be a historic moment. It's scheduled for early next year around January. 2022 as you mentioned it would be the first Space flight to the international space station comprised entirely of private citizens. No professional astronauts in the group, although they will be accompanied by Michael Lopez Allegra, who is a former NASA astronaut. He's now retired, though, and he works for this company Axiom space, So you've got a constant be Mark Passy and Larry Connor, all very wealthy individuals, businessmen who saw that they could now have the opportunity. Why to space and spent eight days on the international space station. Now this is a new thing for NASA back in the nineties and the two thousands of that time frame. There were a handful of private citizens that flew to the space station on the Russian spacecraft on the Russian Soyuz, But NASA they forbade the practice and in 2019, former NASA administrator Jim Brian Stein reverse that policy, paving the way for private astronauts to fly to the space station, and this will be the first crew axiom hopes to fly a zoo, many as two of these flights. Year, but this would be the very first one. But that's the way we've been trending, right. We've been seeing all these companies developing shuttles, you know, already launching satellites all this stuff and also working on sending private citizens in the space for some time. You know, everybody knows the names. Obviously. Elon musk, Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos himself all developing these types of things, and even for axiom space you mentioned they're planning to trips a year. But they're also saying that they want to develop their own space station. Something that NASA could you Stu's. They're planning really big. You mentioned the billionaires. I called them in my book, The space parents. It's such an exciting time and people forget that up until last year when space Exelon must company which you know, under contract from NASA to fly, not just cargo and crew to the space station, but the fly astronauts to the space station. They had their first mission last year for NASA. That was the first time Astronauts flew to the station from United States soil since the space shuttle was retired in 2011. So that was a big deal. They've got a few more missions of flying NASA astronaut the government astronauts, But this too, they're opening up their portfolio to include these private citizens. These tourists and as you mentioned axiom is sort of brokering the deal. They'll do the training but axiom itself. Wants to build their own private space station that ultimately would replace the international space station, which has been up there for 22 years. Can't be up there forever. Let's talk a little bit of money with all of this. Obviously, they're spending $55 million a ticket. NASA's cost for lodging, I guess is $35,000 a day per passenger for food, storage and communication. You know, NASA's getting their cut, at least for this. So they could go to the international space station. Are they going to be working? They're doing anything. Is it just the vacation for them?.
Elon Musk Says He Tested Both Positive and Negative for Covid-19
"Space Ex founder Elon Musk may have toe keep his distance from tomorrow night's rocket launch after he tested both positive and negative for the coronavirus this week. Musk says he's awaiting results of a more accurate test. In the meantime, NASA Administrator Jim Brian Stein says contact tracing is underway. Now our astronauts Have been in quarantine for weeks on day should not have had contact with anybody. They should be in good shape. Space X is launching a four person crew on the first operational flight of a dragon capsule aboard a Falcon nine rocket. The astronauts who started six month mission aboard the International space Station.
NASA keeping close eye on Hurricane Isaias ahead of bringing astronauts back to Earth
"The threatening weather, NASA says the weather looks good for a Sunday afternoon splash down in the Gulf of Mexico near Panama City, Florida It'll be the first water landing for Astronauts in 45 years. Doug Hurley and Bob Benton took part in a farewell ceremony today at the International Space Station hours ahead of their plans. Departure on a space X Dragon capsule. NASA Administrator Jim Brian Steen making an appearance on Fox's Neil Cavuto live discussing what would happen if the crew can't undock from the international space station tonight. We're not gonna undock and unless we're very sure that they're going to be able to return as planned, that's number one number two. If something happens if there's Anomaly or something. We have about 36 hours of life support so they could continue orbiting for a period of time.
NASA's Mars 2020 rover Perseverance is 'go' for launch
"NASA's plan 2020 Mars mission is still a go. Administrator Jim Brian Stein says the Mars Perseverance Rover will focus on seeing of life exist on the Red Planet in a former riverbed. We are in extraordinary times right now, with the Corona virus Pandemic on DH, Yet we have in fact persevered and we have protected this mission because it is so important. Lift off set for this Thursday with a landing date of next
Trump seeks extra $1.6 billion in NASA spending to return to moon by 2024
"NASA plans to land a woman on the moon within five years by twenty twenty four. It would be the first human landing on the moon in more than a half century. The last moon landing was in nineteen seventy-two this as President Trump tweets, he has added one point six billion dollars to Nasr's budget for the coming year with that twenty twenty four goal in mind, but. Administrator Jim Brian Stein says the agency is not under scheduled pressure to do things safely. We're gonna do things deliberately step by step in order to achieve the end state. He says NASA is in need of a lot of equipment, and it will take time