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"jonathan toby" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Engineer named Jonathan Toby wanted to sell state secrets and he was contacted by an FBI agent posing as a foreigner Toby who missed obvious signs such as Saudi sheiks are not usually named Jeff He proceeded to pass on these nuclear secrets including at one point hiding a flash drive inside half a peanut butter sandwich right And he left the peanut butter sandwich in a public place so the supposed foreign agent could pick it up but it disappeared In other news the squirrels of Annapolis Maryland are now a nuclear power I wonder why a peanut butter sandwich I think I would have gone with a meatball sub Maybe in a talion sub just so yeah I know if you're gonna sell naval secrets you need to use a subway You make the obvious puns What are we doing Or you get a sandwich that nobody wants you get like liverworts The subway tuna So we do a sandwich You leave it there and then like a year later it's still there because nobody's even the seagulls were like I don't know man What is that stuff I'd rather eat that flash drive than that Peter Canadian doctors are ditching quote unquote medicine and prescribing what to their patients instead Peter laughter Just laughter Just joy Just joy I'll give you a hand It's like here Take two magnificent vistas of the Canadian rockies and call me in the morning Getting out and traveling Yeah they're giving them passes to national parks As a kind of therapy doctors in Canada are prescribing people national park passes because seriously what can't a trip to Banff cure Well cancer Absolutely can not be a cancer Initiative is meant to help people enjoy the curative and preventative aspects of being in the great outdoors Everybody knows that's good Plus it's a great scam for doctors Nothing gets more patients in the door like telling people to go on a strenuous hike for the first time ever Oh you're back already Jim Broken ankle Eh Yeah What maladies are these things Yeah I think for I think mainly for mental health Yeah I can't think of anything better for mental illness and depression than being alone in the Woods That just sounds great Yeah If this were an America of course the makers of the parks would be taking it like medical ads for it on TV and they'd have to lift the side effects like side effects may include bear attacks Sawing off your own arm after it gets caught under a boulder Ask your doctor about Yellowstone Not the TV show Ask your parents about that Wide open spaces Make a big mistake coming up.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on WTOP
"The January 6th congressional panel was fired by the Virginia attorney general Republicans in the office raised questions about his loyalties the day he was dismissed he is Tim he fee he had assisted the January 6th panel an email obtained by Politico says that the council for the University of Virginia who was working for the House committee had his loyalties question the day he was dismissed by the office of state attorney general Jason Miller A CNN poll shows three quarters of Republicans still doubt that President Biden won the 2020 presidential election Maryland's Republican governor Larry Hogan talks about the future of his party on CNN State of the Union Well I think we've still got a long way to go Like I said we have until 2024 Right now I think we've made tremendous progress because we went from about 80 some percent that wanted to reelect Donald Trump to 50 That's a huge drop But yes I've been speaking out loudly and strongly about this battle for the soul of the party To say it's legitimate political discourse to attack the seat of our capital and smash windows and attack police officers and threaten to hang the vice president and threaten to overthrow the election It's insanity And there's a circular firing squad where we attack Republicans The Republican Party that I want to get back to is the one that believes in freedom and truth and not one that attacks people who don't swear a 100% fealty to the dear leader While Hogan's ruled out a Senate run he's leaving the door open to a presidential bid in 2024 A navy nuclear engineer from Annapolis accused of trying to sell information about nuclear powered warships to a foreign country is expected back in court this week I'll plea hearing for Jonathan Toby is such a take place in West Virginia tomorrow Toby and his wife Diana were arrested in October accused of trying to sell the secrets to someone they thought represented a foreign power That person turned out to be an undercover FBI agent Both pleaded not guilty to espionage related charges that carry a sentence of life in prison if convicted Toby is expected to make an appearance tomorrow in court Straight ahead here on WTO we have traffic and weather and then how the discovery of an unexploded World War I munition underground has impacted a neighborhood community That story coming up it's 9 36 Is your job leaving you just over broken out of hope Maybe this is your.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on WTOP
"52 A plea hearing has been scheduled for a navy nuclear engineer accused of trying to sell information about nuclear powered warships to a foreign country Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana Toby of Annapolis where arrested last October in West Virginia they have pleaded not guilty to espionage related charges court records show a plea hearing is scheduled for Jonathan tomorrow in federal court in martinsburg West Virginia An arbitration court met late today in Beijing to decide whether a 15 year old Russian figure skater who tested positive in December for a banned drug can continue to compete It will be up to the three judge panel to determine whether Camila valjevo should be allowed to compete in the women's figure skating competition Olympic historian David Wallace says the decision could have a far reaching impact If the court of arbitration for sport rules the valieva can continue there will be a backlash from the skaters from other countries because it would appear that Russia was allowed to get away with dopant once again Russian officials say Eva should be allowed to compete while the International Olympic Committee the international skating union and the world anti doping agency says she should not Steve futterman CBS News at the Winter Olympics in Beijing Money news coming up household debt is on the rise so where do we stand I'm Mark Hamrick with a look at my report coming up 7 53 Hi it's Rita Kessler Coper has really been a life changer for me I've not only lost weight but kept it off and people really notice how much happier I am and healthier Yeah I needed to change the way I eat but the real key to my success with co pair is the support I get That support and having to be accountable for my actions is what keeps me going Now others in my life want to join me on my journey How great is that Because sometimes things are better when you do them together Someone to keep you on track when you just want to give up someone you can motivate to change their life as well Best of all when you sign up with someone else.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on WTOP
"A plea hearing has been scheduled for a navy nuclear engineer accused of trying to sell information about nuclear powered warships to a foreign country Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana told me of Annapolis were arrested last October in West Virginia They later pleaded not guilty to espionage related charges court records show a plea hearing is scheduled for Jonathan Toby tomorrow in federal court in martinsburg West Virginia further details not included and there's no indication that a hearing has been scheduled for Diana Toby And arbitration court met late today in Beijing to decide whether a 15 year old Russian figure skater who tested positive in December for a banned drug can continue to compete It will be up to the three judge panel to determine whether Camila valjevo should be allowed to compete in the women's figure skating competition Olympic historian David Wallace says the decision could have a far reaching impact If the court of arbitration for sport rules in Vallejo can continue there will be a backlash from the skaters from other countries because it would appear that Russia was allowed to get away with dopamine once again Russian officials say volleyball should be allowed to compete while the International Olympic Committee the international skating union and the world anti doping agency says she should not Steve futterman CBS News at the Winter Olympics in Beijing Money news coming next Americans their emergency savings and credit card debt I'm Mark Hamrick and we'll take a look at the mix in my report just ahead 5 53 The I haven't really woken up until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal And I know this is true because before breakfast I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand Nothing gets the morning going like the first tip of an iced coffee Get any size in any flavor for 99 cents until 11 a.m. Price and participation may vary McDonald's.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on WTOP
"The discovery of an unexploded World War I Shell in 2020 paused the construction of a path in fort totten and that discovery two years ago is still affecting nearby residents I bike a lot and it's my way to get to the grocery store which I go to the yes or granite market in Brooklyn Zach ammerman lives close to the trail and he uses it frequently not just for groceries but to walk his dog and there's also my way to get to work I biked to work that way WTO reports that the show may have come from the side of a chemical weapons cleanup in Spring Valley And immerman says that does not give him a good feeling I walk my dog over there Following the discovery the National Park Service says it conducted a soil investigation in the area and found no evidence of other munitions but in women says he wouldn't mind a deeper investigation as long as it's timely So he kind of feels like they just looked around There's nothing else here so we'll move on I guess Acacia James WTO P news A navy nuclear engineer from Annapolis is accused of trying to sell information about nuclear powered warships to a foreign country and he's expected back in court this week a plea hearing for Jonathan Toby is set to take place in West Virginia on Monday Toby and his wife Diana were arrested last October and accused of trying to sell the secrets to someone they thought represented a foreign power that person turned out to be an undercover FBI agent both pleaded not guilty to espionage related charges at carry out life imprisoned sentence if convicted no word on a next hearing for a Diana Toby Now the latest on the debate over masks and wearing them in Maryland this week governor Larry Hogan told the Maryland state board of education that it should drop a mask mandate for schools Kids just are having difficulty catching up and learning We had all of the closures people trying to work remotely now working with masking And I think it's safe enough for our kids to just try to get back to normal Hogan speaking about that on CNN State of the Union the state board of education thanked the governor earlier this week for his letter it says it plans to discuss the future of the rule at a meeting later this month It's two 53 Virginia governor Glenn youngkin is also working to get rid of masks in schools Virginia's lieutenant governor winsome Sears talks about it on fox's Sunday morning futures with Maria The children still belong to their parents They don't belong to the state not just yet not if they can help it And so some parents file issues with it and now we have a bill that's going through and it looks like it will fully pass And we'll have the law here that parents will make that decision after all Legislation to eliminate mask mandates and schools is expected to pass the Virginia House this week and go to governor Glen yunkin who plans to sign it and add an emergency clause that would make the new law effective right away A new coin is coming to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Lincoln Memorial at the national mall the coin comes after Congress passed a law creating it once made the trust for the national mall says the coins will be in limited supply and proceeds from them will help fund long-term care of the Lincoln Memorial at his.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on WCPT 820
"California Irvine medical center I'm Lisa Taylor The TSA is sounding the alarm on what they're calling a huge problem of a record number of passengers bringing firearms to airports spokeswoman patty Manchester as part of the problem is the nation's changing gun laws People assume that if they can take their gun with them to the grocery store or the flower shop that should be okay at the airport Texas leads the way the two Dallas airports and one in Houston are all in the top 5 when it comes to the seizure of guns at a TSA checkpoint A detention hearing from Maryland capital facing espionage charges is being pushed back navy nuclear engineer Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana were said to appear in federal court Friday to determine if they would remain in custody that hearing has been pushed back to Wednesday Coinciding with the couple's preliminary hearing to determine if probable cause exists for their charges Brad Siegel NBC News radio Joan esposito live local and progressive on willow springs is powered by combed lower your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint with a comment energy efficiency program There is truth and there are lives Lies toll for power and for profit And each of us has a duty and a responsibility as citizens as Americans to defend the truth and defeat the lives You're listening to a 20 because facts matter Out Chicago Progressives tend to have a broader demographic And we all have different issues and see with us in the progressive and liberal parties They are something that took a little bit more They're really looking towards human infrastructure and a living wage and women's reproductive rights with the GOP They've got like three So they are able to drill it in because it's called basically in a homogeneous party that is the scared white people party catch out Chicago every Sunday 11 to one under when you see PT 8 20 This is a W CPC moment in labor In 2009 General Motors is facing bankruptcy as a result of the Great Recession.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Study to try to determine if other factors are at play A court date for a Maryland couple facing espionage charges is getting delayed Navy nuclear engineer Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana were set to appear Friday in federal court to determine if they would remain in custody while awaiting trial as they're considered a flight risk Jonathan has been accused of trading sensitive data on nuclear submarine designs for cryptocurrency to an undercover FBI agent I'm Brian shook Bill Cosby is being sued in New Jersey over an allegation of rape decades ago in Atlantic City Scott Pringle reports Lily Bernard filed a lawsuit yesterday in New Jersey federal court saying she met Cosby on the set of the Cosby show before he allegedly drugged and raped her in 1990 in an Atlantic City hotel room Bernard accuses Cosby of threatening to ruin her career If she told anyone she's one of dozens of women who have accused Cosby of sexual abuse Cosby was found guilty of sex crimes in Pennsylvania a few years ago and sentenced to prison His conviction was overturned this past June Former president Obama is heading overseas to attend a climate summit It's taking place in Scotland beginning October 31st and President Biden will be there as well Biden was Obama's vice president during his two terms in The White House Obama's office says the former commander in chief will talk with young activists a statement also said Obama will make a speech that puts the threat of climate change in broader context These strikes if carried out would be some of the largest worker walkouts in recent history Mike Bauer has more In 2020 the bureau of labor statistics identified just 11 major work stoppages to find his strikes and lockouts involving a thousand workers or more and between 1950 and 1980 the average was around 300 work stoppages a year More than 100,000 unionized employees have overwhelmingly voted to authorize strikes and are preparing to join the picket lines unless they get stronger collective bargaining agreements as early as next week At a time when workers feel they have more leverage than they did in previous years knowing that their employers will struggle to find replacements if they walk out given the nationwide labor shortage I'm Mike Bauer A woman in British Columbia is thanking her lucky stars after a meteorite crash through her roof and into her bed landing inches from her head Ruth Hamilton was jarred from sleep earlier this month by a loud bang and showering debris She found the space rock about the size of a melon between her pillows I'm Brian schuck And I'm Charlie pellet at Bloomberg world headquarters Stocks had their best weeks since July is solid corporate earnings and a surprising increase in retail sales spurred a rally in companies that are more likely to benefit from an economic rebound and with more on the retail sales data here's Bloomberg's Vidal Judas We're looking at strength across the board even with the impact of the delta variant Retail sales advance .7% in September 11 of 13 categories posted increases at the same time It's not clear if inflation larger price tags played role as the data are tracked by value not volume Any doubt Jude is Bloomberg radio Reaction to the retail data from Jennifer Lee's senior economist at BMO capital markets I think the most telling or the most interesting point this is the one I always look at is like the dining out just I think that speaks volumes about where the consumer is at these days and still comfortable enough to go out there and have lunch or have a glass of wine on the patio I think that's very positive news BMOs Jennifer Lee Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon says inflation particularly in wages remains top of mind among corporate leaders and shareholders He spoke with Bloomberg television and radio There's definitely ways inflation at all aspects of the economy I think everybody that's running a business in some way shape or form has to adapt and adjust to that As I say clearly on the call we run a paper performance culture and we're very attuned to what we need to do to keep the best people serving our clients and Goldman Sachs and I'm sure the logic get on that appropriately Goldman's David Solomon Goldman shares up today by 3.8% For the week the S&P was up 1.8% today the S&P advanced 8 tenths of 1% up 33 points the Dow up 382 up 1.1% NASDAQ up 73 up by .5% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Count on some of you've never taken them to Disney so just failure on so many What Bloomberg markets extensive essential and endlessly entertaining I'm not a pet person I'm a financial analyst By the way someone writes in and says I didn't realize Paul hated American values Week three mornings at ten eastern on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com An FDA panel is giving the green light for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster shot The panel unanimously decided to recommend the agency authorized the second dose for adults who have already gotten the first shot Parkland parents are reacting to news confessed killer Nicholas Cruz will plead guilty to the massacre in Florida next week Manuel Oliver who lost his son Joaquin in the attack says he's ready for this phase to be over That is not a change The reality that my son is not here and he's being four years already without receiving justice So it's about time that we speed up Jurors are expected to decide if cruise will face the death penalty A detention hearing for a Maryland couple facing espionage charges is being pushed back Navy nuclear engineer Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana were set to appear in federal court today to determine if they would remain in custody I'm Bryan schuck And I'm Charlie pellet Bloomberg world headquarters and up Friday and an up week this week The S&P 500 Index climbed 1.8% best weeks since July is solid corporate earnings and a surprising increase in retail sales spurred a rally in companies that are more likely to benefit from an economic rebound Kate Moore is head of thematic strategy at BlackRock financial We expect the market to move higher into year end But I just want to offer a note of caution I think we are going to have some volatility over the next two and a half three months It's not going to be a straight ride up as we've seen in other parts of the year and some of the post pandemic periods And while earnings are looking to be quite strong I think we do have to say very focused on rising labor costs and the supply chain disruptions Kate Moore of BlackRock as for the Federal Reserve and markets Greg Peters is co chief investment officer at pgim fixed income Investors and pundits are talking about the fed needs to pick the bubble They need to raise rates to do what exactly to fix the supply chain issues Do you really want to crush the labor market Do you want to see wages actually decline or rise less I just really struggle with the narrative Greg Peters of and Danny blanche flowers and economics professor at Dartmouth he's a former member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee He says the U.S. economy may be facing another recession Anxiety in the U.S.'s recent that suggests Spain is going to pull back and it would not be surprising consistent with that to see falls in retail trade So I'm not saying this will happen But all the other dangerous completely messed up these days are the best you have And it's now is flashing red Danny blanche flower of Dartmouth S&P advanced 33 points of .75% today the Dow is up 382 up 1.1% as stack up .5% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston from Bloomberg radio IMF managing director kristalina georgieva and the chair of the fund's international monetary and financial committee magdalena Anderson finance minister Sweden held a news conference announcing plans for a new fund to help low and middle income countries Make the investments they need in dealing with the pandemic and with climate change Welcome now minister Anderson to Bloomberg So thank you so much madam minister for being with us I understand it's called but these party initiatives resilience and sustainability trust explain what that is Well it's a way to help the countries that are in need to come out of the pandemic And that's another step from the very story achievement We had during our meetings in spring were decided to allocate 650 million special drawing rights and now we can relocate voluntarily some of these countries that do have fiscal space can be allocated to this trust and thereby help even more to those countries that are in need Is it directed specifically at the pandemic and the need for example vaccines to be distributed or does also include climate It also includes climate So there is both be different things but of course climate to stop climate change building a green economy but also to for vaccinations that possible objects of the trust So a man a minister talk about something I've just learned about actually called facility shopping because it appears that there are an increasing number of funds around the world that needy countries can turn to There was a time that IMF was really almost the only game in town That is no longer the case How does that work And is there a danger here and having so many institutions have funds available I think the important answer to that question is that the different global multilateral organization can cooperate and work together And I think that's the answer What we do need is to have more fun because what has happened after the pandemic is that we have an increased divergence between countries but also within countries And then we need funds to help developing countries and vulnerable middle income countries to have good economic growth inclusive growth after the pandemic And then we need lots of funds but important thing is that we can work together Met a minister helped me a little bit because my primitive understanding of the bretton Woods accords and the institutions like the IMF that came out of that were primarily directed at things like balance of payments issues and crises the couple of countries It seems that the IMF mission may be moving or expanding someone to deal with things like climate with pandemic goodness knows those things need to be addressed But is there a danger of what we would call mission creep here I wouldn't say that That's always been so that the IMF is helping countries that are in need And that are vulnerable But it's also the fact when it comes to climate change that that is.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"And now Carl Jackson for the sage on the Larry elder show. All right, so just real quickly, let me wrap this up because I would like to go into this issue with Jon Gruden and I see you out there. Donald, you'll be my next call in San Diego. But actually, I do want to mention this real quick because this is the this is the damage of social justice warriors and telling Americans that America systemically racist and enable you give people even in the military that are willing to destroy the country. Had to forgotten, man, this is from New York Times. Annapolis couple charged with attempting to sell closely guarded secrets about U.S. nuclear submarines to a foreign power appears to have been radicalized by the anti Trump resistance movement according to a report published in The New York Times, so you have Jonathan Jonathan Toby, I believe, is his name and expert in nuclear physics and submarine propulsion served in the navy as an officer before being hired as a civilian consultant. He and his wife, Diana, a teacher at a progressive private school have been charged with violating the atomic energy and progressive just means they teach critical race theory and racism there and pretend like we're moving forward instead of going backwards. That's what progressive means. It means you're racist now day. Nowadays, in my opinion, with violating the atomic energies, acts prohibition on sharing nuclear secrets. The couple was busted by federal agents after delivering a memory card to a dead drop location in south central Pennsylvania. They had allegedly proposed. I knew they weren't going to be in south central LA. That wouldn't have worked out well. They had allegedly prose proposed a payment of $100,000 in cryptocurrency in exchange for providing information to the foreign country, which has yet to be revealed. The times report described visit Toby or miss Toby as a strong feminist and very liberal academic who was taken aback by former Donald former president Donald Trump's election in 2016 and mentioned several times that she was considering moving to Australia. Toby's radicalization as a member of the anti Trump resistance appears to have been a significant factor in compelling her to betray the United States. She said she couldn't stand the current state of politics, one of her former students told the times which found no evidence that the couple was in financial distress, suggesting an alternative motive for their actions. Yeah, they're crazy. They bought into this CRT nonsense America systemically racist. Their brainwashing people like this and they're willing to destroy and kill lives as a result of it. They didn't say which foreign country they gave this or were trying to give the secrets to. I would guess it's China, but I don't know. I don't know. All right, just real quickly before I move on and I'll take another car because I need to get on a drum Gruden here. Excuse me here. So this trick that the Biden administration is playing, you have to understand this ETS trick where basically they're posing as if they've established or actually have a vaccine mandate and it doesn't exist. They're just holding things up, osha hasn't even received any type of order whatsoever. So states have absolute police power to regulate health and safety. Not the federal government. Congress has only those limited powers enumerated in the constitution. So that wouldn't include the authority to impose a $155 fine on an individual who declines to be vaccinated much less to prevent him from earning a livelihood. Also Bruce Atkinson at The Wall Street Journal wrote, the mandate's nonexistent shields, the Biden administration from legal challenges that may ultimately restrict the occupational safety and health administration's authority. So basically, they're tricking everybody into believing there is an order when there isn't an order so that they can't be sued. And the reason why they don't want to be sued is these things don't go well in court. Osha has used this legal authority that Biden is using that he hasn't used yet only ten times in 50 years. And in those times or in those times, the courts have decided challenges to 6 of them 6 of those standards and they nixed 5 of them and upheld only one. So they know if they implement this vaccine mandate, it doesn't have a great chance of surviving in court. So they pressure CEOs to do it right and talks about it behind the microphone and it doesn't even exist. We're being duped. We're being complete, completely and utterly duped. It's nonsense. I'll take a car or actually actually Donald. I'll go to you next, but hang on, I didn't realize how little time we had left. So I'll take your call and then we'll go on to Jon Gruden. I think that's important. I wanted to get what's in the Bill, everyone is focusing on the number of the infrastructure Bill and the $3.5 trillion monstrosity, but they're not talking about what's in it. So I want to make sure I'm not going to be able to get to that tonight. I thought I would. But I do want to go over that before we get out before I get out of here on Friday because I think it's important. You need to know in every single facet how the left is trying.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Speaking of murderers reputation. Let's talk about syria. So josh rogin. The washington post interesting column about biden syria policy. Here's the backstory. So king abdullah of jordan has been leading an effort for some time now to get countries in the middle east normalized relations with syria and the assad regime jordan recently opened its border with syria and then october third assad and king abdullah talked on the phone for the first time and i soon what a decade. Something like that. So abdullah's case for normalization is basically. You've been trying to get rid of this guy for a decade. That effort has failed. Let's focus on engaging him trying to improve his behavior rather than deposing him to. That's it's worth debating the jordanians Also have reportedly sent a gas electricity to lebanon through syria. That's important these. Lebanon is in dire financial shape. They recently went full. Twenty four hours without centrally generated electricity because their fuel so they had to sort of avoid. Us sanctions in doing that right. So it's sort of a piece of this puzzle so the question. This column raises basically. How does it biden team. Feel about abdullah's efforts the headliner. The post piece says biden is tacitly endorsing normalization. I'm not sure that that headline is really backed up by the reporting and the facts and the piece. It sounds like it's more like the biden team doesn't they can stop abdullah from doing what he's doing or they don't think the effort it would take to pressure him to stop is worth it so rogin. Also name's brett mcgurk who you know. Well then a top adviser to buy the middle east policy. As a proponent of normalization with syria points to a piece that brett wrote in twenty nineteen arguing that the us should focus on basically two priorities in syria preventing isis from coming back and preventing iran from establishing like a permanent military presence in syria. Here's what you make of this debate. I read this Mcgurk articles between nineteen. I think is argument. Was basically that like in the immediate wake of trump's decision to withdraw troops from syria that the. Us needs to recognize that we no longer really have all that much leverage there in that these arab states are going to normalize with assad no matter what we do and we can either shape that process and be a part of it or let them just do it in secret and not have any control. But i don't know what your sense of what biden's position is in really what you think. The better of the two options are like with the caveat that this is one of the hardest decisions. I bet they're debating. Oh daily basis. Yeah i mean. I think that the one of the problems with the the way in which the was framed like this is new. My sense for years has been that that established collection of middle eastern leaders. You know all autocratic leaders abdallah mohammed bin zayed in the u. e. sisi in egypt. They've been doing this for awhile. I don't think it's a new development that they're talking quietly to the syrians In kind of accepting the reality that assad is still there And so. I think that's to say i think this is happening without biden. You know. i don't think it took a biden winking at them to do it. You know In terms of what. What are they going to do about it if you look at their approach to the middle east generally. It's clearly that they don't want to try to do anything. That ambitious in the middle east. You know they've they've very low. Expectations are ambitions about what they can achieve. And so i would expect that they'll be somewhat hands off about this I would hope that. Look at the end of the day. The idea of like dislodging. Assad it seems very unlikely given your future rep points on his piece. That like people are always like sanctions sanctions. Well since twenty seven. Syria has seen these steepest. Gdp collapse of any country. Since germany japan at the end of world war two so kind of hard to make a sanctions threat in that particular when get military support from russia and from iran. And so. I think that the us should just try to focus. On what can we do to alleviate humanitarian suffering in the pump bolton would say we're gonna stay until all iranian troops router set some like wildly ambitious goal. I think it's just like how can you get aid in across border crossings. Can you can help improve. The lives of people that have suffered enormously in the civil war. Can you deal with neighboring states. Like lebanon that have dealt with the spillover of that war And can you in places that assad dozen control Which is not that much. But it is kind of eastern syria places where the us has been active as. Can you protect those people from kind of a retribution violence. I wouldn't expect to see the binding. Put a ton of effort into this. And i think frankly that efforts like abdullah's are whether you know they. They are morally reprehensible to us. But i mean these are all autocratic leaders. I mean they're they're not evaluating small d democracy know what they're doing and i'm not saying i like that i'm just saying that's i think what's happening. Yeah no busy Keeping an eye on his malibu based real estate holdings or whatever. We're the pindar papers. Yeah and i think. A lot of these leaders made a judgment that like they would've liked to seen assad go at a certain point because he's aligned with iran and he's about actor but that they didn't want to take positions and risks. That suggested that their own rules you know. are illegitimate to and so forced to choose. They'd rather swallowed hard and choose. Normalizing the autocrat then continuing to support people that oppose autocracy. Because if they do that well. The logic gets a little complicated for them. Have a slippery slope Ben maryland couple has been accused of trying to sell secret use nuclear sub technology to a foreign country. This was probably a bad idea your craziest story time. I mean so this guy. Jonathan toby he was in the navy for five years. He's a nuclear engineer. Continue working on nuclear propulsion technology as a civilian he and his wife. Diana were arrested after a yearlong. Fbi sting operation that began when toby and his wife allegedly sending package containing us navy documents to some foreign country along with instructions for how to communicate with eminent encrypted basis. Whichever foreign country. Got this package and we don't know what it was did. Not take the bait. They didn't bite on his offer and they said hinted over to us authorities and then they coordinated with the guy with his sting operation that included arranging some sort of signal from the country's embassy in washington to the toby's those and like there was supposed to demonstrate that this response was legit like so for something like open the fourth window to the left on the second floor on this date like old school car. Yeah good stuff. Yeah it was like the americans you know like like they were literally like i think park benches involved and shit like that. Yeah yeah the the the toby's one hundred grand in exchange of secrets and they delivered via data cards that they hid in a peanut butter sandwich. Abandoned rapper in the chewing gum. Yeah i mean the really. An americans season This whole thing So first of all again. Nothing more than kind of amateur. Leave reading enlisted smart people Like the french Seemed like a quite a possibility as the suspect. Your country right because it was clearly a friendly country. like i don't think russia china would have been like signaling with the open window or whatever and also. I think there was a weird Message like someday we'll have wind together. Something that We don't know that for certain but if it is the french that puts the whole aucas thing yet. Different light too because it the french basically helping us rather than stealing our secrets if they were helping us catch people who tried to give them secrets and then we turned around and gave the secrets australia. Yeah at the cost of tens of billions of dollars might explain Yeah it's something if they gift-wrapped for us Stolen classified details of the three billion dollar virginia class nuclear submarine and then we were just handing out over the aussies under their noses. The is you either be that. They have denied it. But i don't know. I don't know the old them i mean they're not that many countries that could receive this kind of stuff enact on I do want to say Is it john and diane right It was jonathan jobe and diana. So i'm trying to picture this couple. You know like suburban. Dc live in annapolis living avenue teacher. And they're like you know what would be cool is to become like spies like his lookout. Yeah she's a lookout like work suddenly gonna live like the couple of the americans in our life is going to be much more exciting. There was a very weirdly human element to this That felt people just wanted to make their lives more interesting. Which is one of the reasons. You know john the car i do like. That's why these people getting it. It does remind you that like hey like there are a lot of people who know a lot of sensitive shit. You know it was take was like. Wow we got real lucky here. Yeah yeah i mean what it could have gone to. The chinese with this stuff and the chinese would not have been opening the window So so yeah. I mean it to points vulnerability kudos for catching..
"jonathan toby" Discussed on Weird AF News
"Sounds to me like a sticky situation. Hey okay i won't do that again. A. us navy engineer who allegedly hid restricted information about nuclear powered submarines in a peanut butter sandwich faces espionage. Charges who boy skies name is jonathan. Toby age forty two. He was arrested over the weekend in west virginia on suspicion of conspiracy to communicate restricted data. Secret files and other crimes federal prosecutors say that his wife diane who's a teacher in maryland was also arrested on allegations that she assisted him. According to the criminal. Complaint who began working with the navy and twenty twelve allegedly sent a package containing military documents and other files to a military intelligence agency in the that he was trying to establish a relationship with in a peanut butter sandwich. Guys have all things peanut butter sandwich. See that's the strange part about the story is that you chose a peanut butter sandwich to pass on your secret. Military nuclear submarine files seems outlandish. What a choice now. They're not identifying the country in this complaint and thankfully the package aka the peanut butter sandwich wound up in the hands of the fbi before it could go anywhere else you this. This is a big time undercover activity. Right has some james bond shit right now. Apparently the fbi agent aka the hero of the story began communicating with toby in february through encrypted messaging in the following months. Toby provided the agent with documents containing restricted details about some virginia class submarines some of which are nuclear powered. They're fast attack warships in other words. Nuclear powered secret submarine designs. I imagine oh boy. This all culminated when the fbi agents witnessed toby leaving sd card in a peanut butter sandwich at a drop location in west. Virginia bam he got nailed at that point. The peanut butter sandwich did him in now. I know you're probably wondering what our secret. Nuclear submarine designs worth on the market jones. -i good question while i dug a little deeper into the article and i found out that jonathan toby was paid approximately one hundred thousand dollars in crypto for these undercover secret files. Now if you guys are ever going to pass on military secrets. I don't recommend using a small sandwich. I recommend a trail of lasagna. Yes multiple layers of lasagna. It's gonna take someone a long time to fish through layers and layers and layers of lasagna. They're just going to give up eventually. Also lasagna is delicious. Hey thanks again for joining me for an episode of weird af news appreciate that. We do episodes five days a week around here and on friday. We do florida friday. Which is all weird news from the state of florida for that week. I'm always looking for stories. And if you'd like to send me some weird news that you came across or like a link to a story you can email me. Funny jones at g mail dot com. Appreciate that you'd like to call the show at six four six four five zero twenty twelve.
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"KLA vi O dot com slash NPR This is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin in Washington D.C. Martinez and Culver City California An engineer for the U.S. Navy and his wife are doing federal court in West Virginia today It's their first court appearance since being charged with trying to sell military secrets to another country But instead of selling it to a foreign power the Justice Department says the couple was caught in an FBI sting operation NPR justice correspondent Ryan Lucas joins us now to tell us all about the case Ryan there are details in this complaint that really read like a spy novel but let's start at the very beginning Who is this couple and what are they accused of So the couple this is Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana They are from Annapolis Maryland He works as a nuclear engineer for the navy with top secret security clearance his focus at work has been on naval nuclear propulsion His wife Diana is a humanities teacher at a private school and prosecutors say that she was in on this alleged scheme According to court papers this whole thing started back in 2020 when the FBI got its hands on a package that prosecutors say Jonathan Toby had mailed to it foreign government seeking to establish a covert relationship to sell secret information in exchange for money Court papers don't say which country it was But the FBI posed as representatives of that unnamed country and went back and forth with Toby communicating through encrypted channels Court filings say that led to a series of exchanges in which Toby left small digital cards with thousands of pages of information on them in so called dead drops And the FBI says his wife acted as a lookout on several occasions when Toby left these small packages of information And then they got paid by the undercover FBI agents in cryptocurrency Got to find out more about dead drops what our dead drops Well these are secret hiding places that spies used to pass information In this case prosecutors say Toby hit these digital cards inside things that were left at the dead drop See allegedly hid them inside a band aid package a gum wrapper And in one instance Toby allegedly wrapped this digital card in plastic and then put it inside half of a peanut butter sandwich that was left in a plastic bag at the dead drop The thing is here of course the FBI was watching them as they allegedly did this A lot of peanut butter in the show today How to explain that So okay so what do we know about how the kind of information he was allegedly trying to sell Well according to court papers in the government this was pretty serious stuff Prosecutors say the information included schematic designs operating parameters stuff like that for the U.S. Navy's Virginia class nuclear powered submarine court papers describe those submarines as fast attack submarines with the latest and stealth and weapons technology They cost $3 billion a piece thereabouts This information certainly could help a foreign power build submarines equipped with nuclear propulsion systems It's the kind of technology that was the subject of that recent deal that you may recall between the U.S. the UK and Australia that caused such a rift with France when the U.S. cut France out of the deal So this sort of technology is very closely held stuff It has a couple said anything At this point they have not known They were arrested over the weekend in West Virginia as of last night it was still unclear whether they had hired an attorney They are scheduled to make their initial appearance in federal court today in martinsburg West Virginia Prosecutors have already indicated in court filings that they want the Toby's to remain in custody The government says the couple possibly faces life in prison if convicted and therefore is a risk of flight One more thing How big of a concern is this kind of espionage to the U.S. government Insider threats like this where a government employee allegedly takes restricted or classified information and tries to sell it to a foreign power is a huge concern for the U.S. government In fact Toby allegedly wrote in one of his messages here that he had received training on how to spot an insider who might be stealing information And Toby actually adjusted his behavior based on that So yes this is a major concern for the U.S. government That's NPR's Ryan Lucas Ryan Thanks a lot Thank you All right a little nature news now small fish called menhaden play a vital ecological role as food for striped bass seals Osprey even whales For years they were disappearing along the Atlantic coast to restore the population regulators put limits on fishing them It worked and now the menhaden are back Murray Carpenter reports from Maine's penobscot bay When men Hayden are abundant the fish swim near shore and large schools that can darken the water and the oily fish are a foundation of coastal ecosystems from Florida to Maine The population was depleted for years due to overfishing mostly to supply a large Chesapeake Bay plant processing them into animal feed and nutritional supplements But catching them is imposed nearly a decade ago have sparked a population rebound And that's why this fishing crew is gathering on a dock in rockland harbor Maine an hour before sunrise It's a beautiful day Look at the weather It's like a guy on the water and we're gonna be blasting off just as soon as everybody gets here That's Jody Martin who is at the helm this morning hoping to catch the limit of 17 barrels of menhaden for lobster bait In two larger boats and a skiff the crew of 6 motors out into rockland harbor And before the sun clears the horizon Jamie Steves spots the first school of Manhattan which are also called pogues or bunkers The crew quickly sets the net over the transom as the boat encircles the school of fish As they work harbor seals slash through nearby schools of men Hayden and bald eagles fly by.
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"Famous kids They're scared and I took her to a doctor for sure not eating I'm David first it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC The U.S. Navy engineer and his wife are accused of espionage a little fish is making a big comeback and we're less than a month away from the general election We'll talk about what's at stake in New York It's Tuesday October 12th Today is the deadline to register to vote in New Jersey and the candidates for governor debate tonight with our own Michael hill as a panelist The news is next Live from NPR news in Washington on COVID Coleman The house is scheduled to vote on a bipartisan bill today that would temporarily raise the nation's debt ceiling This allows the government to pay debt on bills that it has already incurred And Pierre's Windsor Johnston reports Senate Democrats and Republicans voted last week to increase the debt ceiling The short term agreement averts an economic crisis for now but almost certainly sets up another showdown between the two parties in December The reprieve came last week when Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell offered to extend the debt limit giving Democrats more time to figure out a long-term solution on their own The measure is expected to pass in the house just days before the October 18th deadline when the Treasury Department said the government would no longer be able to meet its current financial obligations Treasury secretary Janet Yellen has repeatedly warned of economic catastrophe if Congress doesn't raise the debt ceiling Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington An engineer for the U.S. Navy and his wife are expected to make their first appearances in federal court today in West Virginia as empires Ryan Lucas reports the couple was arrested over the weekend on espionage related charges Jonathan and Diana Toby are charged with trying to pass U.S. nuclear submarine secrets to a foreign power and violation of the atomic energy act According to court papers Jonathan Toby allegedly established a covert relationship with what he thought was a foreign government but was in fact undercover FBI agents Toby allegedly handed over digital cards loaded with restricted information on U.S. nuclear submarines and one instance hidden inside a peanut butter sandwich in exchange for cryptocurrency Court papers say Toby held top secret security clearance and his work for the navy focused on naval nuclear propulsion federal agents arrested a couple over the weekend The government wants the Toby's to remain in custody arguing they pose a flight risk Ryan Lucas and BR news Washington The head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders John Gruden has resigned On Friday news surfaced that he had sent an email years ago using racist language to describe the NFL players union head de Murray Smith who was black and Pierre's Tom Goldman says The New York Times reported Monday that Gruden sent a lot more emails involving even more offensive language in the emails over about a 7 year period Gruden lashed out at people in and around the NFL including commissioner Roger Goodell He railed against player protests during the national anthem the advent of women referees The drafting of an openly gay player in 2014 Now Gruden who is celebrated by fans over the years for his snarly tough guy football image he used homophobic and misogynistic language as he railed according to The New York Times report NPR's Tom Goldman reporting grew an apologized saying he never wanted to hurt anyone You're listening to NPR news This is WNYC in New York four minutes after 8 o'clock good morning I'm David first partly sunny today with a high of 72 this afternoon A new report finds nearly two thirds of New York.
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"Data for better decision making Learn more at data iku dot com This is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin in Washington D.C. Martinez and Culver City California An engineer for the U.S. Navy and his wife are doing federal court in West Virginia today It's their first court appearance since being charged with trying to sell military secrets to another country But instead of selling it to a foreign power the Justice Department says the couple was caught in an FBI sting operation NPR justice correspondent Ryan Lucas joins us now to tell us all about the case Ryan there are details in this complaint that really read like a spy novel but let's start at the very beginning Who is this couple and what do they accused of So the couple this is Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana They are from Annapolis Maryland He works as a nuclear engineer for the navy with top secret security clearance his focus at work has been on naval nuclear propulsion His wife Diana is a humanity's teacher at a private school and prosecutors say that she was in on this alleged scheme According to court papers this whole thing started back in 2020 when the FBI got its hands on a package that prosecutors say Jonathan Toby had mailed to it foreign government seeking to establish a covert relationship to sell secret information in exchange for money Court papers don't say which country it was But the FBI posed as representatives of that unnamed country and went back and forth with Toby communicating through encrypted channels Court filings say that led to a series of exchanges in which Toby left small digital cards with thousands of pages of information on them in so called dead drops And the FBI says his wife acted as a lookout on several occasions when Toby left the small packages of information And then they got paid by the undercover FBI agents in cryptocurrency Got to find out more about dead drops What our dead drops Well these are secret hiding places that spies used to pass information In this case prosecutors say Toby hid these digital cards inside things that were left at the dead drop See allegedly hid them inside a band aid package a gum wrapper And in one instance Toby allegedly wrapped this digital card in plastic and then put it inside half of a peanut butter sandwich that was left in a plastic bag at the dead drop The thing is here of course the FBI was watching them as they allegedly did this A lot of people were in the show today How to explain that So okay so what do we know about how the kind of information he was allegedly trying to sell Well according to court papers in the government this was pretty serious stuff Prosecutors say the information included schematic designs operating parameters stuff like that for the U.S. Navy's Virginia class nuclear powered submarine court papers describe those submarines as fast attack submarines with the latest and stealth and weapons technology They cost $3 billion apiece thereabouts This information certainly could help a foreign power build submarines equipped with nuclear propulsion systems It's the kind of technology that was the subject of that recent deal that you may recall between the U.S. the UK and Australia that caused such a rift with France when the U.S. cut France out of the deal So this sort of technology is very closely held stuff It has a couple said anything At this point they have not no They were arrested over the weekend in West Virginia as of last night It was still unclear whether they had hired an attorney They are scheduled to make their initial appearance in federal court today in martinsburg West Virginia Prosecutors have already indicated in court filings that they want the Toby's to remain in custody The government says the couple possibly faces life in prison if convicted and therefore is a risk of flight One more thing How big of a concern is this kind of espionage to the U.S. government Inside a threat like this where a government employee allegedly takes restricted or classified information and tries to sell it to a foreign power It's a huge concern for the U.S. government In fact Toby allegedly wrote in one of his messages here that he had received training from the government on how to spot an insider who might be stealing information And so it is something that is a focus for the government It is a major concern and this is just another case in which we see why That's NPR's Ryan Lucas Ryan thanks a lot Thank you All right a little nature news now small fish called menhaden play a vital ecological role as food for striped bass seals Osprey even whales For years they were disappearing along the Atlantic coast to restore the population regulators put limits on fishing them It worked and now the menhaden are back Murray Carpenter reports from Maine's penobscot bay When men Hayden are abundant the fish swim near shore and large schools that can darken the water and oily fish are a foundation of coastal ecosystems from Florida to Maine The population was depleted for years due to overfishing mostly to supply a large Chesapeake Bay plant processing them into animal feed and nutritional supplements But ketchum is imposed nearly a decade ago have sparked a population rebound And that's why this fishing crew is gathering on a dock and rockland harbor Maine an hour before sunrise It's a beautiful day Look at the weather They got them on the water and we're going to be blasting off just as soon as everybody gets to you That's Jodi Martin who is at the helm this morning hoping to catch the limit of 17 barrels of menhaden for lobster bait In two larger boats and a skiff the crew of 6 motors out into rockland harbor And before the sun clears the horizon Jamie Steves spots the first school of Manhattan which are also called pogues or bunkers The crew quickly sets the net over the transom as the boat encircles the school of fish As they work harbor seals slash through nearby schools of men Hayden and bald eagles.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Our U.S. Navy engineer and his wife are accused of espionage a little fish is making a big comeback and were less than a month away from the general election We'll talk about what's at stake in New York It's Tuesday October 12th today is the deadline to register to vote in New Jersey and the candidates for governor debate tonight with our own Michael hill as moderator the news is next Live from in PR news in Washington and Corvette Coleman The house is scheduled to vote on a bipartisan bill today that would temporarily raise the nation's debt ceiling This allows the government to pay debt on bills that it has already incurred And Pierre's Windsor Johnston reports Senate Democrats and Republicans reached an agreement last week and already voted to prevent the government from defaulting on debts House speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to take up the short term measure today The bill temporarily lifts the nation's borrowing cap through December 3rd But the temporary fix is just that assuming it passes as expected Democrats will have about two months to figure out a long-term solution to prevent the government from defaulting on its current financial obligations Republican leaders say Democrats will have to go it alone so the options will be limited NPR's Windsor Johnston reporting An engineer for the U.S. Navy and his wife will make federal court appearances today They're accused of trying to sell military secrets to another country Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana allegedly concealed information to hand over in exchange for cryptocurrency but it appears Ryan Lucas says they actually passed it to an undercover FBI agent Prosecutors say the information included schematic designs and operating parameters and other things for the U.S. Navy's Virginia class nuclear powered submarines which court papers describe as fast attack submarines with the latest in stealth and weapons technology They cost around $3 billion apiece This information could certainly help a foreign power build submarines equipped with nuclear propulsion systems It's the kind of technology that was a subject to that recent deal between the U.S. Britain and Australia that caused such a rift with France when the U.S. cut France out of the deal So this is very closely held stuff NPR's Ryan Lucas reporting One of the NFL's best known head coaches has resigned John Gruden of the Las Vegas Raiders stepped down after it was revealed he sent emails containing racist misogynistic and homophobic language and Pierre's Tom Goldman reports John Gruden released a statement late Monday saying in part I have resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders I love the Raiders and do not want to be a distraction I'm sorry I never meant to hurt anyone Chances are though he did Last Friday it was revealed Gruden sent an email a decade ago in which he used racist language to describe the head of the NFL players union who's black then Monday The New York Times detailed numerous and more recent email exchanges in which Gruden disparaged people in and around pro football often using homophobic and misogynistic language The 58 year old Gruden has been a revered figure in the NFL He led Tampa Bay to a Super Bowl win in 2003 Tom Goldman and PR news federal investigators are trying to learn why a small private plane crashed into several homes in a neighborhood near San Diego on Monday two people were killed including a UPS driver to more people were hurt This is NPR And this is WNYC in New York four minutes after 6 o'clock Good morning I'm David first partly sunny today with a high of 72 A joint investigation by New York City's department of correction and its department of investigation has resulted in the arrest of a jail guard working at Rikers Island Correction officer Travis Sims faces criminal charges for allegedly trying to smuggle in a razor blade for a detainee inside the city's troubled jail complex The investigation was launched after an assistant deputy warden reportedly noticed Simms making a hand off to a detainee of subsequent search revealed a razor hidden inside a pen cap The arrest comes as Rikers Island has struggled with a spike in violence in recent months guards there have abandoned dozens of posts leaving detainees without basic services Sunni Chancellor Jim malatras says New York University system has yet to reach an agreement with its labor unions on the possibility of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for its unionized employees So what we've done instead of the vaccine is we've required either a mandated vaccine or you have to get tested weekly So we've reached agreement with all of our collective bargaining units Labor unions on that piece But that as far as we can go Sunni currently requires students non union employees and healthcare workers to get vaccinated The latter requirement is due to the states mandate for hospital and nursing home workers Malatras previously voiced support for a full vaccine mandate which would require all staffers to be vaccinated or risk termination But he says the governor's office will have to step in again if vaccination is going to be a condition of employment for Sunnis unionized workforce New York State residents will get the chance this week to comment on air pollution created by a Bitcoin mining facility in the finger lakes The State Department of environmental conservation is holding hearings as part of permit renewals for the green edge generation power plant which borders Seneca Lake Earlier this year the facility followed through on plans to increase its capacity for Bitcoin mining which increases the amount of natural gas the plant burns.
"jonathan toby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Got a Baxter in San Francisco All right thank you very much for exchanges between China and Taiwan over the weekend point to the rapidly escalating tensions between the two China says Taiwan is attempting to deceive the world Taiwan's president says the island is facing unprecedented challenges and will defend its sovereignty It began with president Xi Jinping and then response from president Tsai ing Wen Those who forget their heritage betray the motherland and seek to split the country will come to no good end They will be spurned by the people and condemned by history We hope for an easing of cross regulations and will not act rashly But there should be absolutely no illusions that the Taiwanese people will bow to pressure Yeah then the statement from China's Taiwan affairs office saying that Taiwan is attempting to deceive the world and says the fate of Taiwan should be determined by all Chinese people Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison says he's in talks with New South Wales state government to accelerate a plan to open international travel New South Wales governor is looking at ways to fast track heim quarantine in November And if that happens we will be able to move to facilitate the opening up of the international border which would facilitate travel via Sydney with home quarantine and Sydney's about to slowly emerge today from lockdown That begins today Singapore pressing ahead with plans to reopen its borders despite battling a record COVID-19 outbreak Malaysia has reached its target of fully vaccinated 90% of the adult population and the government says will end a month long ban on international travel Facebook's a chief spokesman says the company is willing to open up its algorithms to regulators Nick Clegg on ABC says Facebook wants to help fight bad posting for kids You can't change human nature You're always see bad things online We can do everything we can to try and reduce and mitigate them And to move kids to other options If we see that our system see that a teen is dwelling on content that may be correlated with something that's not good for their well-being we would nudge them to look at other content Nudge and interesting word our clay says the platform should be held accountable well we'll see what happens U.S. has held his first high level talks with the Taliban took place in Doha officials say focused on safe passage out for remaining American and other foreign nationals Meanwhile the Taliban has ruled out cooperation with the U.S. on containing extremist groups in Afghanistan including Islamic State The U.S. has arrested a navy department employ and his wife on spying related charges after they allegedly sold restricted data on nuclear powered submarines to an FBI agent posing as a foreign national Now they aren't saying the U.S. on which a foreign government was intended but Jonathan Toby and his wife Diana were ensnared and investigation involving cryptocurrency payments encrypted emails and sounds like a movie A dead drop in West Virginia of a memory card hidden in a peanut butter sandwich You know I'm not an advanced tech guy but that would seem to kind of gum up the works wouldn't it Of a memory cart and we'll never mind In San Francisco I met Baxter This is a Bloomberg Brian Yeah sort of a sticky wicket Anyway thanks Ed All right the time here 38 minutes past the hour It's time for world sport.
Navy nuclear engineer and wife arrested for trying to sell submarine secrets
"And navy nuclear engineer with access to military secrets has been charged with espionage the criminal complaint alleges the engineer Jonathan Toby sold information about the design of the U. S. navy's nuclear powered submarines to a contact he believed represented a foreign power contact was in fact an undercover FBI agent the justice department says Toby was arrested in West Virginia Saturday along with his wife after leaving a removable memory card at a pre arranged that drop the FBI says the scheme began in April last year when Toby sent a package of navy documents to a foreign government saying he was interested in selling operations manuals performance reports and other sensitive information the country was not named in the court documents Ben
"jonathan toby" Discussed on Cardionerds
"They're always happy to help and they are totally supportive. And then finally, just like what Ruth and Jay have said I think the culture of this program the people we work with religious makes it such a gem of a place. The emphasis here is on being a good cardiologists, but also just being a good well rounded person and we are encouraged everyday day to be efficient with our work and then just go home and be with our families, go to the beach or just make time to do whatever it is that we need to do to refill our cops recharge and be happy. I think people are really happy here and I think it shows both are great patient outcomes and also the lifelong friendships we make. Oh. My Gosh Hillary Ruth J has been nothing but a pleasure a pleasure I mean as we talked about the case are bonfire grew stronger. It was. Feeling it I'm pure cardiology greatness, and then as you talked about Ucla and all of your just a collegial is in the way you reflected on your mentors is just that we had to like really back from this fire. So named joining us this was an amazing I will say, and I can't wait to meet you guys in person you guys are just fantastic. Thank you so much for having us. We've really enjoyed this sin. We're happy to have you guys out in La anytime maybe in winter you should come in winter because our winters are probably better than yours I. Think. More temperate in winter here. Everyone I hope you guys enjoyed our case and now we have an e CPR segment with Dr Jonathan Toby Stocker Tobin is one of our interventional cardiologists lose pioneered a lot of procedures and technology and interventional cardiology. So we're really grateful for his time and his expert discussion.