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"juju chang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:53 min | Last month

"juju chang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hundred of its three thousand seven hundred staff have fallen ill with the virus this worker speaking anonymously to juju Chang of ABC news says she quit her job at the plant last month because she was worried about the safety of her and her family we are working all day and then we are working the lines one feet apart two feet apart all I can say if you interest we have another client that you know I was thinking that it was not a safe place to work and especially to protect my family the seafood processing plant has now been linked to almost half of all the anti state of South Dakota coronavirus cases it's closure left Minnesota pig farmer Mike Patterson with an all mighty problem there's really nowhere nowhere to go with these animals other than you know other than the plants that are designed to take the worst case scenario we're looking at you know possibly having to euthanize many of the animals on our farm it was all the animals that would be about four hundred fifty thousand dollars from a financial standpoint of of value lost that means just killing them yourselves and the animals going to waste is being buried in the ground just being dumped is that right yes that's that's what we're looking at they would be you know made into dog food or things like that or composted and just being land applied just dug back into the land yeah yeah and how does the thought of that make you feel having to just kill and dump your pics it goes against everything I do is a farmer to see him go to waste is just very it's very tough for me on the pharmacy across the US have in fact already made the difficult decision to slaughter and dump tens of thousands of their animals that's because dozens of meat processing plants have also been told to close because of virus outbreaks among stuff the US health protection agency the centers for disease control and prevention says there have been almost five thousand cases among workers at one hundred and fifteen meat packing facilities across nineteen states that twenty of them have so far died unions claim that been twice that many cases and that more than thirty workers have died so here's the really big question why do so many meat processing plants appear to be such a dangerous incubators of the virus they're big industrial factories they employ thousands of individuals all working in close contact so when they were on the line they're usually almost literally shoulder to shoulder Torrey Smith is professor of epidemiology at Kent State University in Ohio another state with farms have been badly hits by the closures she's an expert on how diseases spread they're often protected in kind of gallons and things like that but in typical situations they won't be wearing masks sometimes they will be wearing gloves you have air flow in the factory because of course everything is chilled so you have a lot of air flow both from the mind can exiting through but also just from the differential temperatures in different areas of the building so you always had continuous air flow going through and so when you have people standing right next to each other working heavily because of course this is a difficult job breathing heavily you have chance for spreading the virus from just one infected individual too many that are in close proximity professor Tara Smith more from her as we go along American consumers have also been feeling the impact as the health crisis in meat processing plants deepens what is the John hamburger places give you a lot less being on a lot of love where's the ThinkPad Wendy's we seven Hamburg only modestly causing with some restaurants running out of beef burgers fans of the fast food chain Wendy's were quick to remind the company of this famous advertising slogan from the mid nineteen eighties shops to a feeling the pinch national shortages of pork and beef have pushed prices higher president trump has used his executive powers to try to get sheltered plants reopened by declaring meet processes to be part of America's critical infrastructure unions though claimed the pressure to reopen will put workers lives at risk not Lawrenson represents meat Packers at the United food and commercial workers International Union meat packing is always been a tough hazardous industry so it's going to be incumbent upon employers and the union to make sure that the safety standards that are issued which our guidance for actually fully implemented to make sure that these workers are safe when the government issued the defense production act and ordered those plants to stay open there was nothing in that which required that the personal protective equipment also be made available to these folks the good to the top of the line personal protective equipment like the N. ninety five respirator mask versus just a cloth mask so these are the things that we're going to push for we have to make happen it will take things like slowing down the pace of production it'll take things like re engineering plants but if we do those things vast majority of those jobs we can get proper social distancing employers isn't the worry for you though as a union you know you Morris saying we may have to find ways to do this work with fewer people is not heading in the direction of job cuts which is an unknown position for union to be and what we properly re engineer the plants will have to do job cuts we could just redesigned plants spread people out through different parts of the plant add different work mechanisms we could do this and still have the same number of people and probably get relatively close to the same amount of production the point we need to get to is safer jobs with the same number of workers at the plant meatpackers union representative mark Lawrenson so what do health experts think companies which run meat processing plants need to do now to make them safer places to work back to epidemiologist Tara Smith you know how one of the biggest things and as far as I know this hasn't really been implemented in most of these plants is slowing down the line if you slow down the line you can allow employees to have more separation between each other and that's a key thing that the plan seems to be reluctant to do from what I understand to put in measures that may better protecting employees but also may further reduce the supply of meat that they're putting out from each shift if anything the U. S. meat processing lines have been getting foster last year the department of agriculture a Polish maximum line speeds at peak processing plants and even after the pandemic struck in April this year a number of beef pork and poultry plants were given permission to further increase production the shortages spread since nineteen thirty six Smithfield a supplied America with good she made the right one but to all those years never faced a challenge like this this is corporate video makes clear companies like Smithfield except they face formidable challenges last month the team of inspectors from America's health watchdog the centers for disease control and prevention visited Smithfield's pork processing plant in South Dakota that report contained more than one hundred recommendations for improvement they include allowing more space between workers and installing no touch sinks and soap dispensers and also better communication with the largely immigrant workforce at the plant where around forty different languages spoken the report said the company it may need to slow lines to maintain social distancing but didn't directly order it we are Smithfield for an interview but no one was available the company did however send a statement at the core of our code nineteen response is an ongoing focus on employee.

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"juju chang" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"juju chang" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news I'm juju Chang another partisan battle is brewing in the Senate ahead of tomorrow's opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial of president trump Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has presented a resolution that pushes off any votes on witnesses until later in the process there's going to be a debate about witnesses there's going to be multiple motions we expect from Democrats to call various witnesses we know Democrats what witnesses Republicans talk but there's been a renewed debate about it so we could see some of those theatrics at the top in throughout the trial A. B. C.'s Catherine folders police in Kansas city Missouri say a gunman opened fire on a line of people trying to get into a night club last night a woman was killed fifteen others wounded police say a security guard then shot and killed the suspected gunman peaceful protests in support of gun rights at the Virginia capital drawing thousands from around the country the Chinese government is confirming human to human transmission of a new form of the corona virus this is ABC news I'm unit court has convicted a German man of more than a dozen offenses of attempted murder for tricking women and girls into giving themselves electric shocks while he watched online Italy will lead the way in monitoring peace talks in Libya Italian prime minister Decepticon day says Italy wants to be on the frontline of monitoring peace in Libya after talks this weekend in Berlin there Russia Turkey and other countries called for a ceasefire and arms embargo between two rivals in the oil rich north African country almost two hundred thousand people have been displaced in hostilities between an eastern militia and the U. N. back Tripoli government because Europe is divided over who to back Russia and Turkey have stepped into the diplomatic void escalating the proxy war Meghan Williams ABC news Rome Google's chief executive says artificial intelligence needs to be regulated tell your European audience that the technology has both benefits and negative consequences juju Chang ABC news.

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"juju chang" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"juju chang" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news juju Chang a federal judge has ordered former White House counsel don began to testify in the house impeachment investigation began was a star witness and special counsel Robert Muller is Russia investigation a justice department spokeswoman says they will appeal president trump is signed into law an act that creates the women's suffrage centennial commemorative coin is no more directs the treasury department to issue four hundred thousand one dollar silver coins duration of the one hundredth anniversary of women's securing the right to vote know what is going to take that one off the coins will feature suffragist and female pioneers including Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton Tubman an ida B. wells a federal judge has sentenced a Chinese business woman to eight months in prison for trespassing at president trump's Mar a Lago club in March and lying to secret service agents the judge also ordered the woman deported after she completes her sentence this is ABC news the US Supreme Court says justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back at the court following a hospital stay Ginsburg spent two nights at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore the court says she was treated for possible infection with intravenous antibiotics and fluid the Supreme Court strikes a blow to the efforts to curb the influence of money in politics in unanimous opinion the Supreme Court rejected Alaska's campaign contribution limits of five hundred dollars per candidate per year the justices said the cap is inconsistent with the two thousand six Supreme Court decision that said a contribution limit that is too low can be an obstacle to electoral fairness a lower court will now have to re visit Alaska's law five other states have similar contribution limits and the decision could put those laws at risk ABC's Erin conter scape make Donald has signed to a twenty six million dollars settlement in a lawsuit filed nearly seven years ago the class action lawsuit was filed over wages.

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"juju chang" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"juju chang" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news I'm juju Chang a broadening impeachment investigation compressional Democrats are now examining whether president trump lied to special counsel Robert Muller in his written responses to questions during the rush investigation there is evidence that are very sad but the president might have provided for answers general counsel for the house of representatives Doug letter tells a federal appeals court that classified grand jury material needs to be released a Colorado juries found Patrick freezy guilty of first degree murder is accused of killing his fiancee Kelsey Behrens and burning her body on his property Paris body was never found secretary of state Mike Pompeii always calling on leaders in Hong Kong and Beijing to address demands of pro democracy demonstrators repeatedly called for restraint from all parties in Hong Kong violence by any side is unacceptable violence escalated over the weekend as police surrounded a university in Hong Kong this is ABC news northern California is bracing for more power outages Pacific gas and electric started notifying customers that it may cut electricity Wednesday out of fear that strong winds could spark wild fires one of the nation's fast food chains is changing its donation practices restaurant chain chick fillet will no longer donate money to the fellowship of Christian athletes and the salvation army instead the company says in a statement it will deepen it's giving to a smaller number of organizations working exclusively in the areas of education homelessness and hunger prior to twenty twelve chick fillet made large donations to right wing and religious organizations known for a lobbying against LGBT Q..

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"juju chang" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

09:06 min | 9 months ago

"juju chang" Discussed on Nightline

"Good evening thank you for joining us no dow marriage can be complicated for actor and activist Nico Twitter Rela a most unconventional relationship is challenging labels. Here's what nightline co anchor Juju Chang today Bethany and I both identify as non binary and prefer they've been pronounce actor Nico Tortorella and Bethany see Myers are a uniquely modern bolt my wife my husband my best friend my partner everything both are gender fluid their marriage poly-amorous review finding what it means to be husband and wife in layman terms it's not man not woman all man or woman it's all laid out indicas new book space between a place they say where people who don't consider themselves he or she can call their own and tell me the pronouns that you pronouns referred all pronouns are welcome and I may screw it up if I mess it up along the way it's still working progress for everyone I still mess up sometimes to what's the point of pronouns for me they them fully encompasses all of it that exists in my own multidimensional dynamic being right it's it it it just feels more inclusive it feels wider Nico also revealing their painful struggles with coming out and facing their dark battle with alcohol when I started having access to the party to the celebrity to the free everything it got out of control like it does for so many people in this industry thirty-one-year-old Nico found fame playing the hyper masculine tattoo artist Josh on TV land's hit show younger who causes six o'clock in the morning portraying Lyle Menendez in lifetimes blood brothers and in the upcoming spin off of AMC's looking dead Niko plays a queer character battling Zombie apocalypse should be scared every time on the red carpet Nico often makes a splash with mild gender-bending outfits to be okay with to get into this situation here at their upstate New York home their sanctuary Niko in Bethany employees but why get married because it seems to me a very traditional all social construct for two very untraditional people I knew that when he became having a foundation and a family foundation that this was the person for me to do it with when it comes to know visiting each other the hospital God forbid that ever happens when it comes to bring children into the world when it comes to health insurance system was was built for reason it's what works for them and all Bethany and Nico are deeply committed to each other they also each have multiple sexual partners Paulie hours some people think just means having group sex but that's not what this is it's the ability to create space for more than one person at any given point how could you not pay jealous you're not a jealous person like I've never seen anything like that sometimes I'm like get You Bet Jealous Flint jealousy is something that I often have to practice and severi normal human emotion that's Great Sean Meco and Bethany is under additional love story began as teenagers in art school in Chicago when Nico developed a crush Nico very much to me and I did not Lake Nico at first I remember talking to one of my friends and being like I don't know who this person is and they kind of annoy me but they're going to be in my life forever you we talk about where you come from culturally and how that is a place where you've had to deal with some backlash backlash resistance and I'm from Missouri Small Town pretty conservative raised very traditional why was raised knowing that if you're gay you go to hell I mean that was kind of the only thing that knew Nico also struggled growing up in working class Italian family I always knew that I was different I think when I first realized that even homosexuality was an option I saw it on TV I would like go down in the basement and watch queer as folk and delete it from the queue because they didn't want my parents knowing that I was watching it with leaving home in the Midwest Nico came into their own and with finding fame came a greater sense of purpose when you walk the runway with the Harry destined full beard whereas that's a lot hyper masculine female political I mean it's not just throwing out address I'm having fun it's to prove a point and I look good in address so what's the problem I have a certain privilege that people do not have wearing a dress as activists for me while Nikos fame has given them a platform it's also been a double edged sword your very candid about your substance abuse and how rock bottom it gods yeah once you're just like alone drinking alone doing drugs own your completely numb to it all it gets really scary you know gets really lonely you described Ashton Kutcher intervening twenty one years old living in New York City everyone was partying and I had gone ask him for some advice and he was like don't put up your nose we were all drinking we were a I got into his face he was like your high right now I was highs so you feel like you're invincible and we started going at it didn't get physical it could of before quitting alcohol alarm bells we're also going off at home with breath amee there is days when I was like he had a day together let's just be like sober today let's let's not party you know let's go like being in the sunshine than Nico turned around and grabbed bottle of vodka out of the freezer and started drinking and I was like Oh you can't and that was really scary moment for me how is your sobriety today great still I speak of my sobriety as fluid like the rest of who I am mackall that was the one thing that really was the devil so I gave up alcohol still smoke weed still use cannabis things that I found most refreshing about your book was the way that you paint your mother's evolution right her transition eh alongside your transit when you quote her early on its phobic yeah there's some gnarly stuff in there for sure but that was the language I feel like for so much of that generation he goes mom any joining us looking back on that first time she saw her son and address here at New York's fashion week I'm like are you kidding me I mean like at one point does it stop right where's the line and I've realized there is life you start drawing lines then you're putting a box what would you say to other moms out there whose kids may be exploring sexuality and gender engender was more important for me to have the love of my son I who am I to judge who he loves who he doesn't love ah he loves everybody and over the years those lessons learned from Nico became part of Annie's every day how did you get to be friends with so many queer people in Florida it started with my hairdresser as it does any now surrounding herself with members of the LGBTQ plus is community like her son Trans masseuse gay hairstyle in the lesbian doctor husband and wife mother grandson on their separate paths but bound by respect and an abiding love you said a lot of things to Nico I'm sure he said plenty have choice things back when you look back on it now what do you think I wanna say I wish I could do it all over again I can't change the past I can change today he's he's changing today for so many people he's done it for me he's helped you change you are thanks Ju Nicos Books Space between is out now up next she's just what about styles her steamy erotic writing based on one direction heating up more than just the pages yeah.

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"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

"Human being that is so far removed from who you are because of the chemicals inside of you that you can say and do some pretty nasty things today he's clear eyed and sober humbled with a new perspective on the man he was I was able to my best friend he and his wife Jacqueline a former beauty queen who's been his rock for more than a decade live in the posh suburb outside Nashville with their kids giving us a preview of his new album the space between the shadows dives head first into the lessons he's learned there is a light despite the darkness there is a color despite the gray and if you want it you can have it and I found it and I want to share that would pretty much sum up the journey that the record takes you on I mean you're baring your soul yes do you ever worry about getting hurt when you open up so much you know I should have thought about that in in nineteen ninety four when I started writing lyrics and songs with cream because it's just how I write music it's high right lyrics it's what moves me finish the sentence Scott Stapp is a husband and father you're in a good place yeah my greatest accomplishments in life my Grammys on my children and my wife they mean more to me than anything that I could ever achieve or receive or have received in my entire career and if I never get another accolade if if I never reach Gainey panicles of success as I've done in the past in my career moving forward I've already achieved at all with a family that I have reported for perspective I'm juju Chang.

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Lamar Odom, Juju Chang And NBA discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Lamar Odom, Juju Chang And NBA discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Former NBA star Lamar Odom has released a memoir. It's called darkness to light. He opens up about his battle with addiction making your correspondent juju Chang on good Morning America on ABC autumn, recalled how in a drug fueled rage. He threatened his now ex wife khloe Kardashian appreciated. At that point.

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"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

"We speak with survivors and parents of victims from the massacre in parkland, Florida, some have turned their pain into activism to fight for stronger gun laws ABC's. Juju Chang has more on their story. Dad dance down. This is the room. My daughter used to dancing. I expected to continue watching my daughter dance to go to competitions. Over the years in this room has been a part of my life. You know, all those greens that I had as a dad for my daughter. Darted in this room. Those dreams to watch. His child's hopes realize were ripped from Fred Guttenberger hands one year ago on Valentine's Day. There's an active shooter situation in south Florida seventeen dead after a shooting rampage inside of Florida high school. It was a scene we all hoped. We would never see again a school shooting this time at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, I hear at least nine gunshots. It was just what the other the other. I took a book up, and I held it up like this. And I was holding. It was just a defensive measure, and it helped me feel feel a little better. Like, I was safer. Kept shooting through the particular rectangular window it hit two people who are near to me. In total seventeen lives were cut short. Three faculty members fourteen students Fred's freshman daughter. Jamie was one of them. Barely twenty four hours after her murder. Fred took to the podium at a vigil Jamie was such a special kid all of the kids here are and I just went up, and I just started letting loose what is unfair. Is Jamie took a bullet and is dead. I. I don't know what I do next his first steps in a search for new purpose? I can tell you. Don't tell me. There's no such thing as gun violence. It happened in parkland. I remember saying that night. This time they messed with the wrong community and the Wong dad in the year that followed Fred became one of many parkland, parents and students who turn their grief into a drumbeat. Your comments this week? And those of our president had been pathetically. Weak confronting lawmakers on the national stage fight for your lives before it's someone else's scout becoming accidental activists and perhaps forever. Changing the debate over gun violence. The students behind the March for our lives rally are holding steadfast in their mission. For commonsense gun reform. We've got a main office Jacqueline Coren and Ryan dyke showed us inside their headquarters a tiny office that spawned a nationwide movement. I is a photo from the March on the twenty fourth. People over there. That dot and the fact that where here talking to almost a year later, and we're still going and growing means the world because people still care their first steps is activists came just days after the shooting. Jacklin led a group of parkland students to the Florida state capitol. A student organized movement. They called never again demanding more than just thoughts and prayers from state lawmakers within a month action in Florida and a partial win for gun control advocates governor, Rick Scott signed a law that increased both funding for school security and raise the legal age to buy an assault weapon to twenty one. The students at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school. You made your voices heard. Welcome to the revolution..

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"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven welcome back to perspective. I'm Sherry Preston. Hitting married is a big deal for anybody. But for former NFL player, Jeff roar. It was monumental. He's the first player in league history to marry a man ABC's. Juju Chang has more on the story. I was looking for. So. It's the groundbreaking love story that made headlines. I want to congratulate Jeff roar. Former Cowboys linebacker. We now have NFL. I former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jeff roar doing something. No other current or former NFL player had ever done all the things I've done in my life. This is the most courageous thing I've ever done as human being publicly coming out and marrying his boyfriend Josh Ross walking into the rest of your life. Everybody was balling. It's not Jeff's first marriage. He was wed to head the roar for seventeen years. Not that he didn't love me. But it was it was different type of love. So his it's more genuine and real to love a man for Jaffrey. The former husband and wife, redefining what it means to be a family with Heather and their kids living on the same property with Jeff and Joshua. We are a living example of a modern family. Formal clean. We got two teenagers and Joshua. And my ex-wife living on the same property. Burger each other's lives forever. Because of our children Jeff says he was terrified about living openly as a gay, man. Don't wanna hurt the Cowboys. I didn't want to hurt the league. And I want to be respectful of them. They were kind to me for many years lending me or the silver and blue and be a cowboy why would being a gay man hurt the league. I don't know if it would hurt the league. But Josh and our the first same sex marriage in in the NFL. It's a landmark that. I'm sure they knew it was coming at some point the significance of setting that precedent wasn't lost on Joshua or other people might project. Wow. That's amazing. You know, dating football player something. But immediately, I knew in my mind that that was going to be resistance to our relationship and might make it more difficult to you them in trouble, Tim. Yeah. It did.

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"juju chang" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Like, you're saying the Pentagon's insisting this will improve things, but they're not the ones backing that up with evidence, right? This is sort of a theory. They have not testified that there has been any impact transgender servicemembers in their ranks. All right. The word from the Pentagon. Thank you, Elizabeth. Thank god. So many people weighing in on that confrontation between teenagers from Covington Catholic high school in Kentucky and a native American elder. It turned into a viral moments sparking a heated national debate more details, however were revealed as the week unfolded. And now, we have even more questions ABC's. Juju Chang has more on what happened last weekend on the National Mall in DC. It was the staredown that sparked outrage. Videos, capturing white high school students many wearing maga- hats chanting, throwing Tomahawk chops and appearing to surround native American elder, which is. To my core. Now that student speaking out to NBC by positions that I was not disrespectful to Mr. the footage. Igniting fury across the internet, including many celebrities, Kathy Griffin tweeting, I want names avengers star. Chris Evans, calling the confrontation shameful and Eliza Milano saying red hat is the new white hood. But now many are seeing a different side of that encounter. We widen. The lens taking you inside a longer video showing a more nuanced picture of what actually led up to that standoff. It all began.

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"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

"What happens to those individuals. Okay. Okay. So that's the logistics of this all and obviously Elizabeth there's there's outrage from the LGBTQ community. But the big question to me, I think is has the Pentagon determined. This is a valid strategy does keeping transgender people out of the military. Keep Americans safer. All the service chiefs, and those are the heads of the army navy, Marine Corps and air force have all testified to congress about this issue. Are you aware of any issue of unit cohesion disciplinary problems or issues with morale resulting from open transgender service discipline cohesion the fours? No, many of those service chiefs have actually met with the transgender servicemembers in their ranks. So you won't see it or hear about it from the service chiefs. But what DOD would tell you what they said in their statement following the supreme court's decision is that this is about legality about combat effectiveness, and that this policy is driven towards that end. Well, sounds like you're saying the Pentagon's insisting this will improve things, but they're not the ones backing that up with evidence, right? This is sort of a theory. They have not testified that there has been any impact of transgender servicemembers in their ranks. All right. The word from the Pentagon. Thank you, Elizabeth. Thanks. So many people weighing in on that confrontation between teenagers from Covington Catholic high school in Kentucky and a native American elder. It turned into a viral moment, sparking a heated national debate. More details, however were revealed as the week unfolded. And now, we have even more questions ABC's. Juju Chang has more on what happened last weekend on the National Mall in DC. It was the staredown that sparked outrage. Videos, capturing white high school students many wearing maga- hats chanting, throwing Tomahawk chops and appearing to surround a native American elder. Mike. Now that students speaking out to NBC my position that I was not respectful. The footage. Igniting fury across the internet, including many celebrities. Kathy Griffin tweeting, I want names avengers star. Chris Evans, calling the confrontation shameful and Eliza Milano saying red hat is the new white hood. But now many are seeing a different side of that encounter. We widen. The lens taking you inside a longer video showing a more nuanced picture of what actually led up to that standoff. It.

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"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven from ABC news. This is perspective. Also, look at the week's top stories of the stories. You may have missed. I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up what to expect from the economy in the months ahead. First this week. The Justice department issued a final ruling banning bump stocks on guns. Amending current legislation surrounding the devices they're now considered illegal last October. Fifty eight people were killed and hundreds injured at that concert in Las Vegas for a months long investigation. Officials are piecing together. What happened that night ABC's? Juju Chang has the latest on their investigation at first all we knew what we saw captured on cell phones. But after a ten month long investigation by law enforcement in coordination with MGM using surveillance cameras body cameras and a three D model. We can now present one of the most comprehensive use of a mass shooting. Advert, exposing gaps in her sister and showing the respond. September twenty fifth two thousand seventeen security camera footage capture. Stephen paddock arriving at the Mandalay bay resort and casino six days before these tack. He's a high roller a regular at the hotel checks into a suite on the thirty second floor, and he's given the VIP treatment allowed to bring his luggage up through a service elevator over the course of his stay. He makes several trips to his house and mosquito Nevada and brings in case after case after case of luggage, Twenty-one suitcases in all full of guns and ammunition. The investigation shows.

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"juju chang" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on Nightline

"Here's Nightline co anchor. Juju chang. He paid a lot of attention to me spent time sort of standing there and held my hand longer than he should have and gave what others have described as the full Bill Clinton. It feels as if you're the only person standing there. It's the infamous start to an illicit affair one. That nearly toppled the president my underwear head showing my thong underwear, and I thought well, I'll up the game Monica Lewinsky, speaking out about the flirtatious moments that landed her squarely at the center of a White House scandal at kind of have to laugh at my younger self. But that was when my crush started the unpaid injured and the commander in chief. I did not have sexual relations with that woman. Now for the wind skis anew reckoning with her past in a revealing six part docu series, entitled the Clinton affair airing on e front and center, President Clinton's reckless behavior. Which almost cost his presidency fresh out of college. Lewinsky catches the eye of the president as he's leaving the White House and goes out of her way to catch it again. I did this really silly thing. I ran home at lunchtime. And I put back on the sage green suit. I have been wearing the day before when he paid attention to me I thought well, maybe he'll notice me again. And notice me he did Lewinsky now, forty five reflects back on her own naievety, which she says led her to their disastrous liaison, the truth is is that I think it meant more to me that someone who other people desired desired me, however wrong. It was however misguided for who I was in that very moment at twenty two years old that was how it felt in an essay for Vanity Fair Lewinsky says she took part in the documentary to acknowledge her past behavior, which she still regrets feels ashamed of in the air of me to the story of a y-. Young interns entanglement with the most powerful man in the world and its aftermath now examined in a completely new light. By director Blair foster. There's a real power imbalance here. I don't think you get a greater balance between the president of the United States and then in turn to slut shamed. She was fat shamed. It was open season on Monica Lewinsky one hundred percent, it was brutal over the course of two years. They had multiple sexual encounters engaged in phone, sex even exchanging gifts..

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"juju chang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"juju chang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thinking about going small claims court to resolve an issue there are rules involved. And here's Rosa Lee's daughter WBZ's. Call for action you may bring a small claim only in the area where either the plaintiff or the defendant lives are has a place of business or employment. The time limit for filing the claim varies, but generally a claim based on a contract. Our consumer protection law must be brought within six years. You can always call for action with any. Consumer question. Their phone number six one seven seven eight seven seven oh, seven oh. Protests outside the White House with activists carrying signs as sad. We won't be erased. Members of the LGBT community are reacting to a report in the New York Times that the Trump administration is considering adoption of a new definition of gender that would effectively deny federal recognition and civil rights protections to transgender Americans ABC's juju Chang describes the high stakes that chance community believes that gender is not a function of biology, but a function of identity and gender fluidity is something that has gained a lot of currency in social research in case law, and so what this draft memo does is to say that that we no longer will take that definition that we're going to make it narrow and that has wide ranging implications in a lot of different areas of transgender life. The Trump administration acknowledged months ago, it was working to rewrite a federal rule that bars. Discrimination in healthcare based on gender identity. WBZ.

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"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"juju chang" Discussed on KOMO

"ABC's? Juju Chang reporting. Komo news time is four forty nine. The washes state very system says it may need more ferries to keep up with congestion as part of the draft plan for the next twenty years. When ridership is expected to grow by thirty percent assistant secretary of Washington state ferries, Amy Scott and says over that period, thirteen of the twenty two vessels will be due to retire with our population, increasing we have to be able to serve the public. We can't do that. If our vessels are getting too old the run, and we don't have the vessels that are being built new to replace them. The plant ask for five more Olympic class ferries. The biggest obstacle is money. The cost of the plan is more than fourteen billion dollars. Komo news time is now four fifty time to check the KOMO propel insurance money update. Stocks closed mostly higher on Monday with the S and P five hundred and the NASDAQ Egypt snapping a four day losing streak on recovering technology shares. The NASDAQ picked up twenty one and a half points to close at seventy nine twenty four. This standard and Poor's five hundred gained five and a half. But the Dow Jones industrial average gave up fifty nine points to close at twenty five. Eight fifty seven Americans are boosting their borrowing. The Federal Reserve says consumer debt jumped over sixteen billion dollars in July. That's nearly twice the number from June credit card debt, which had fallen back in June turned around in July and rose by over a billion dollars. A lot of people might be thinking about borrowing money to pay for the new iphone? Apple is expected to unveil upgrade to the iphone ten this week, including bigger screens and on other models, removing the home button altogether reports also suggest improvements to the apple watch and possibly new upgraded air pods. Jim Ryan ABC news..

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"juju chang" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"juju chang" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You but I a Facebook group is connecting people grappling with shocking DNA test results the group called, DNA n. p. e. stands for not parents expected ABC's juju Chang reports on the. Online, community looking to help people who went in search of. Their. Biological parents and found solidarity instead. My dad was my best friend even as an adult hope lamonica. Was always daddy's little girl talk on the phone. At least three or four times a week we talked about dating narrate. His golf game Everything the fifty one year old daughter. Of. An army sergeant hope grew up. With her father often away was usually gone quite a bit and. So it was just me and my mom The relationship wasn't, the best let's my mom but you. Manage to build a beautiful family, on your, own a beautiful family taken for. Granted. But a routine DNA tests searching for her ancestral links to Africa with throw all of that into question? And so you're excited to see you know, sort of where your, heritage from right and then on. The next page it says c up with and? What did you find the first. Person I was not sweat as said this person they're either your parent your child are. Your identical twin so did you have a, child at that point I didn't know about now So alarm. Bells go off immediately I. Think immediately start, shaking and my heart was pounding convinced there must be some. Sort of mistake hope reached out, to her genetic match I said a message to them through ancestry, and I said I just got these. Results and I don't understand what, they mean, I finally said to him my. Dad's. Name was Wheeler and my mom's name.

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"juju chang" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"juju chang" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"A few weeks ago abc's juju chang reported on a couple of cheerleaders who are suing the nfl alleging discrimination out nine former cheerleaders are suing the nfl team the houston texans alleging harassment and unfair pay attorneys for the texans filed a second motionless weeks he can dismissal of the lawsuit filed by the group abc's linsey davis sorts it all out down with the harassment and the things that they do and they make you scared and so nobody wants to speak up these former cheerleaders thought they landed the opportunity of a lifetime dancing for the houston texans nfl team they really grabbed her stomach and they pulled it down duct tape your stomach nine women are now suing the team alleging harassment and unfair paying all part of a culture they say was meant to humiliate and intimidate them you kind of just learned to bite your tongue and to deal with it i was so thankful that i was chosen for that experience now i just look at those girls on the field and i feel sorry for them just the latest chapter in a movement of women fighting back and saying no more do you think this is a byproduct of the metoo movement i do it's women refusing to suffer in silence about economic inequities unfairness in the workplace iconic feminist lawyer gloria allred is representing these women amply perish ashley rodriguez canada kelly neuner bringing their story center stage i believe that they're being targeted and discriminated against because of their gender the houston texans should not have given us a uniform if they do not want us to become an army had these former cheerleaders this is action are also suing the texans as well as the cheerleading coach alto gary jackie danielle women's spoke for the first time exclusively with abc news team with everything that.

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"juju chang" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"juju chang" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The ram trucks traffic center here's russ meyer and i up here's what we see on long island's big three there's roadwork on the long island expressway eastbound in suffolk it begins seko's parkway taking out the left lane out to vezzali then they shut down all lanes of the main roadway for a brief stretch they will send you to the service row to get around it westbound left lane blocked round swap road nassau south or used to be a road again all lanes of the main roadway are blocked from south one of six seven the got the service road and the northern state has options northern state and southern doing okay bethpage parkway closed from end to end in both directions still six here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels crossing the gw be inbound go with the lower level the upper level has two right lanes closed for repairs the outbound upper deck two lanes are blocked onto the apartment says well lincoln's quiet holland only one lane open in each direction that does slow down a bit now and then shouldn't be more than ten to fifteen minutes though path train's journal square to thirty third hoboken delayed because of some trackwork also altered side of the street parking roles are in effect for today cameras myra next reports to thirtyone on ten to wins wins news time to twenty two president trump has concluded his summit with north korean leader kim jong un in singapore of the signing ceremony involving the two heads of states letter they were signing is very comprehensive and i think both sides are going to be very impressed with the result a lot of goodwill went into this a lot of work a lot of preparation i want to thank everybody on both sides secretary al and all of his counterparts they were absolutely fantastic we don't yet know what the documents say but we should find out soon this morning juju chang report south koreans are watching developments at the summit closely male korean in south korea serves a mandatory military service there are bomb shelters all over the country they have lived under the threat of nuclear war suit to see these images to see the.

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Feds seize Backpage.com, websites in enforcement action

News, Traffic and Weather

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Feds seize Backpage.com, websites in enforcement action

"In the mountains traction tires advised for stevens pass no restrictions were snoqualmie pass are next komo traffic at nine forty four verizon's got the weather heavy rain at times today gusty winds as well we're gonna feel the strongest gust along the coast and in the north sound but right into downtown seattle we could feel gusts to forty miles an hour be ready for the possibility of some snap tree limbs out there making your way through the overnight hours keeping it gusty and then slowly ramping winds down on sunday keeping the rain around to today upper fifties lower sixties tomorrow mid fifties in the komo weather center on komo news in fifty three now in downtown seattle komo news time is nine thirty five a website dub the world's top online brothel has been seized by the federal government accused of facilitating the sex trafficking of minors as young as fourteen abc's juju chang has more back page dot com once worth six hundred million dollars shutdown by federal investigators after avoiding any kind of conviction for years the online classified ads site has been accused of making sex trafficking possible tom's daughter who will call natalie was sold for sex at just fifteen years old he and his daughter told their stories to my colleague gloria riviera how many encounters do you think you've had during that time over a hundred and fifty would that have been possible without a back page no nightline has been investigating back page for years we tracked down former ceo carl for rare in two thousand sixteen all the way in amsterdam law enforces it tells us that underage girls are trafficked on backpage dot com your company he and other co founders were arrested and charged with pimping and late two thousand sixteen a judge later dismissed all charges that's abc's juju chang all his family wants to deliver.

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