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First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 3 months ago

First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

"In fort lauderdale the first major cruise ship set sail from a us port. Since the pandemic paralyze the industry more than a year ago are kerry. Sanders is on board the celebrity edge off and sailing tonight for the first time in fifteen months paying passengers on a cruise ship departing from a us. Poor phil so bed to be on a cruise ship again. We have been waiting for this day. Were avid cruisers. The multi billion dollar cruise ship industry with a lot riding on this first cruise because of the pandemic the celebrities ship edge that departed from fort lauderdale. Today is socially distancing passengers the ship at only forty percent capacity ninety nine percent of the passengers and crew on board are fully vaccinated against coup-bid. Would you be on. This cruise of passengers weren't vaccinated. That's have fun on earth. I have to say no to your crew. Welcome back someday is here. Last march as the pandemic spread and doctors had to understand corona virus cruise ships were turned away from ports around the world including here in the us when passengers were finally allowed to get off they were met with teams in has met suits. The centers for disease control shutdown. The cruise ship industry one challenge still in the courts. Florida's governor established a law that prevents any business including cruise ships from demanding customers. Show a vaccine passport. We are back at sea. We are back what's at stake not only for your cruise line but the industry. Well obviously we have to bring ourselves back in a safe careful way and i think we are trying to demonstrate that you are safer cruise ship. Then you are walking down main street. Usa if anybody on board words test positive for corona virus. This ship has an expanded infirmary with two doctors and eleven nurses just in case

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"june 26" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"june 26" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"And a risk of collapse. That needs to be clear that needs to be in big bold red letters. Do you agree with the assessment of the attorneys for the condo association that there were no red flags or signs of imminent collapse without building. We are obviously very interested in all the evidence. That's coming to light and in the meantime we're taking actions to make sure that other buildings are saying. The south building has two sister buildings. The north tower built in the same year which officials say maybe evacuated and the east our eighteen years younger. There's a crack in a column. That was not here before the collapse. Robert limit says this crack in the east tower parking lot with debris below it has been determined. Structurally sound as building is taking steps to maintain safety. But he wants to know why engineers won't arrive until next week. They knew about the issues in the building for so long and they allowed it to go and get past the point where it collapsed. I would like to prevent that jose. The mayor of miami dade is directing a mandatory audit of all residential buildings. Forty years older to make sure that they have conducted a recertification process. That has to be done in the next thirty days. Sombre in surf side. Thank you not far from that collapsed. Those waiting for word of their loved ones are in agony. As days and hours passed with no sign of survivors. Fun hilliard is following their emotional journey. Tonight one hundred and fifty six remain unaccounted for families confronting the reality. The no survivors have been found since those initial moments after the collapse. So we have official word. We're still trying to hold onto whatever hope remains realistically we. We know that they're gone. Hundreds here friends and neighbors waiting the families of the missing moving into a hotel one mile down the road and anxiously receiving private updates from the governor and rescue officials. Maggie ramsey is one of them. Her mom missing these photos taken from her condo balcony. So weather hasn't been cooperating. The fire hasn't been cooperating. They're doing the best they can sell. Where's your level of hope. I'm thankful so mine. Level.

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"june 26" Discussed on Up First

Up First

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"june 26" Discussed on Up First

"In miami beach. Thank you ryan for your reporting. Thank you.

"june 26" Discussed on Up First

Up First

07:57 min | 3 months ago

"june 26" Discussed on Up First

"Police officer derek. Chauvin is now serving a twenty two and a half year prison sentence for murdering george. Floyd floyd was killed last year after chauvin him under his knee for more than nine minutes. Protests followed as the nation and much of the world struggle to recognize and reject police brutality. And racial discrimination and pure shirl corley has been following the case joins us from minneapolis. Good morning good. More much of the world and certainly george. Floyd family has been waiting a thirteen months to get here. What was it like in court was pretty emotional. George floyd seven year old daughter and a video talked about how much she missed him A nephew and brothers talked about how losing floyd was like a life sentence in floyd brother terrence posed the question directly to derek chauvin. I wanted to know from the man himself. Why what were you thinking. What was going through your head when you had your neom. My brother's neck employed death has been this catalyst for what's been called a second civil rights movement and many say derek chauvin should have been charged with a hate crime and derek chauvin mother. Caroline plenty defended her son. She spoke on his behalf saying her son was no racist but a good man thoughtful quiet and selfless there. What you know. I have always believed in your innocence. Let will never waver from that and we also heard for the first time from derek. Chauvin didn't say much but he offered condolences to the floyd family. This case is about racial inequity of course but it's also about collective rage and it's become political. How did the judge acknowledged that when judge katie hill went out of his way to acknowledge the significance of this case. And the pain that it's really caused for so many but he was careful to say that wasn't part of his decision chauvin was convicted of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for killing floyd and the prison term is based on the most serious charge which is second degree murder so he faced a sentence that good range from as little as ten years to a maximum of forty and in his sentencing memo k. Hale wrote that part of the mission of the minneapolis. Police department is to give citizens voice and respect and he said chauvin rather than pursuing. That mission treated floyd without respect. Denied him the dignity to all human beings in which he certainly would have extended to a friend or neighbor. What was the reaction to the term of the sentence. Twenty two and a half years. Well as you can imagine it's been mixed some celebrated you know the length of the sentence the fact that it was more than the minimum minnesota attorney general. Keith ellison who spearheaded the case said it's one of the longest sentences of former police officer has ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. Some said they believed would send a message that there's consequences for bad policing however others like bishop parting. Smith thought it wasn't enough. Smith said floyd was a friend volunteered at his church. He said judge caygill needed to send a stronger message. Twenty two years in mit out fifteen. It's not powerful enough for the way a life was taken for the way. This man was killed tortured torture and with good behavior. Chauvin could in fact be released after serving fifteen years. I mean show. Wtn's been sentenced but his legal battles are far from over right. Yeah that's very true. He's expected to appeal his conviction and the sentence he also faces federal charges that alleged among other things that he violated floyd civil rights and three other former officers involved in this case also face federal charges and their state trial is set for early. Next year that's npr cheryl corley in minneapolis. Thank you very much. you're welcome. Rescue operations continued through the night in surf side florida where a beachfront condominium collapsed early thursday the confirmed death toll stands at four. Police have identified one of the victims fifty four year old. Stacie fang. no additional survivors were found yesterday but more than one hundred and fifty people are still missing and feared. Many may be buried in the debris. Npr's brian man is in miami beach this morning and he joins us now. Good morning brian. Good morning leader so brian. Two full days have passed and only one survivor found so far what are officials. They're saying there hope more people could be alive. You know the mayor of miami dade county danielle levin. Kava was asked about this late yesterday and she insisted yes. She said the experts leading this rescue operation. Tell her there's a realistic chance. People are still alive under all that rubble we have hoped. Because that's what our search and rescue team tells us that they have hope they see opportunities. They see fissures that they could go in. People have been discovered in rubble over a week. Beyond the date of incident mayor levin cover also described. This though is incredibly dangerous work. They have engineers assessing the risk to these rescue crews even as they search. So what have you heard about those search. Crews how are they holding up. This is wrenching heartbreaking duty especially as the hours go by with so little success. They're going day and night exhausted. I spoke about this with erica. Dina's she's a spokeswoman for miami dade fire and rescue. It's a very difficult not just physically but also mentally. So they're working hard but they're holding up in their holding to to hope that We find still people who are alive under the rubble. And i have to say being there at the site. Conditions are really daunting. It's a dense pile of rubble. This was a twelve storey building flattened in an instant to roughly two stories. Yesterday there were heavy rains and storms. Through the day. You could see a lot of smoke and steam rising from the pile from a fire. That's still burning inside the crew's coming out do look absolutely exhausted. It's it's just so devastating. What are you seeing in terms of support for the community and for these families who are waiting yeah. Florida's governor run. Desanta spoke about this yesterday. Praised the outpouring of donations. He said it's just remarkable. He also thanked president biden for throwing full federal support behind this effort. So you know people are doing what they can but for now. A lot of that is just prayer. And waiting and hope i spent some time with father once-over whose parish is just about a block from the collapsed building. He says members of ten families from his roman catholic congregation are among the missing. I don't several of the personally. I used to have dinner with some of them there. You don't know me well but it hits me later during the emergency moments. I'm okay and then it hits me later so i'm waiting for that bomb to drop it. Father told me he hopes more families and residents will actually turn out to have been away win. This disaster happened. What's happening this morning. Brian is the search continues today. Yeah so rescuers are listening for sounds of survivors again. It's difficult because this rubble pile is unstable shifting and there have been these heavy rains but any sounds they do pick up and officials have described hearing knocking sounds. They're using that information to focus the search and they're also carefully hoisting away pieces of debris trying to penetrate. This dense massive concrete. One hope is that there are pockets or hollow spaces inside that mound so firefighters are also tunneling in when and where they can do it safely. That's npr's brian man.

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"june 26" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:40 min | 3 months ago

"june 26" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Website dallas or it will it be tied into the monmouth website. How does that work well. Well the legislation and idols basically wagering operators and rice strikes to So hold licenses for us. I know using new jersey. As the example i think is sitting on available licenses or something like that for a mom. So amounts in sports betting losses authorizes can can Choose to Of bidding wants to once the lowest approves and older rice strikes themselves have boston's as well. So the right strikes seamless of what's happened with the With the sports fitting schemes. That have gone out there. So that enables them to do that But the good thing is to about the legislation. One thing that we wanted to make. Sure the industry's protected. So you just can't have both mike and the and just betting on everyone's sane when they comment on They copied on civil qazvin us or other content without actually having emotional agreement in place with a track where that's important is to make sure that any revenue every revenues will bidding handled steichen on a on a specific meeting that some of that does go back to the track and they fool the holiest man. And you're not depending on what that sizemore the leaves that feels as an into similar by The revenues collected from from from tight money goes back to the back to the industry and the similar sort of rice yard outright depending on depending on what the site regulations all the way that the rice commissions in the tracks they decided to distribute. That's one of the most important things that happens with this that The boot mike. Just kind of go willy. Nilly bit on consent unless they have a pre existing agreement with the tracks. But yes i basically from new jersey point of view They'll be Whatever wise up right about the jump on board with it and The tracks themselves. If i have to do that To be able to offer that as well too and that's what the the legislation the night league legislation that allows that to happen but the good thing about it is it's an teen opting legislation that If you don't wanna play you don't have to play. So we've just grinding up to takes Particularly industry very well. Yeah it's brilliant. It's an exciting time for racing in new jersey. And i think it's gonna be exciting for other states across the country as well when this is introduced to those other states to have about one minute left dallas before after. Wrap things up. But i will ask you that question about other states. Is that the plan now to start looking at Bringing fixed odds wagering to other other states definitely. Yeah so we've had we've had discussions with lots of the other sites The general position was to watch and see what happened in new jersey Naturally i think that's probably nelson in the next stage is for for us to get it up and running fully functioning But in the meantime we'll be discussing that a lot of the other sites and we say the ag again referring back to the hospital after pasha works at saipan the sites that have been bryce sports betting we'll probably be the most likely site so embrace feed stones bidding hopefully standardized sites only required regulatory interpretation. Which would make the price just a lot. Quicker body fits require legislation high. We really hyped it the model that we've created spain three editing new jersey would be because i think that's fair adviser and operators and more importantly fares for the industry that and make sure that make sure that all the All the boxes of take tonight. Show that All the funding does the right spots. Fantastic dallas baker with bet makers technology group here on the horse racing radio network dallas. Congratulations on getting it to this point. I know it's been a long journey and can't wait to see what the future holds for. Fixed is wagering here in the united states should be exciting nor conway martin. Thanks very much shawn and Yeah look forward to look forward to talking in the coming weeks with people progression. Keep it rolling my friend. Thanks bye dallas baker. Here this week's industry star of the week that is. It is truly something that i think is going to be such a benefit to the sport of thoroughbred racing not just in new jersey but as it rolls out across the country. I think you're going to hear a lot more about six wagering and congrats to the team at bet makers for making it all to come together and dentistry the ceo and chairman up at monmouth park to a really good job. Everybody's part putting that together. When i come back. It is time for a very special edition of unsung heroes. I think you're going to enjoy. This segment is presented by kleber. And then i'll take a stroll through racing history with kurt becker. This is the equine forum h. r. in broken vow now..

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All Federal Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Will End in Texas on June 26

Chris Krok

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

All Federal Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Will End in Texas on June 26

"And updates from the Texas Workforce Commission. Cisco Gum is with the TWC says that the last benefit week for unemployed Texans to receive enhanced federal unemployment benefits is the week ending June 26th. This includes Pandemic Unemployment assistance program for those who traditionally do not qualify for regular state benefits and pandemic emergency unemployment compensation that extends regular state benefits. The TWC also ended the pandemic related provisions that permitted unemployed Texans. To turn down jobs over Covid 19 concerns. Kim Lamp kits W

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Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail

"A seven night Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale, with all crew and adult passengers vaccinated. Cruise industry has been shut down for the past 15 months by the Corona virus pandemic. The CDC said last month that cruise ships with nearly all passengers and crew vaccinated can resume sailing. But NPR's Greg Allen reports there is a problem it violates a Florida law. This ad by celebrities sums up the relief and excitement among cruise companies. Some day is finally here and we're ready to sail beyond again. Extended shutdown has cost the industry more than $17 billion in direct losses. The celebrity cruise departing June 26 will be the first under new CDC protocols. CBC says ships can resume sailing under two scenarios. The first is after conducting tests cruises with masks and social distancing in place show they can keep passengers and crew safe. The second scenario, when advocated by the industry, allows ships to resume sailing immediately as long as 95% of passengers and crew are vaccinated. Chris Gray Faust is managing editor of the website. Cruise critic. People will not have to wear masks, they will not have to do social distancing and at least in the US, they'll be able to do shore excursions without you're staying in a cruise ship bubble type of situation. The idea of requiring all adult passengers to be vaccinated is popular not just with the companies but also cruise passengers. House says the survey conducted last week found 80% of cruise passengers said they would prefer to sail on a ship with a vaccine requirement. So what we're finding is that Abbott cruisers want to get back to see, but they would overwhelmingly prefer to be on a ship with vaccines. That's what passengers want. It's what cruise lines want. But it's not what Florida Governor Rond de Santis once. He recently signed a bill passed by the Republican Legislature at his request, which bans company from requiring any customer to show proof of vaccination. Under the law, each violation carries a $5000 fine. Asked about it last week, De Santis said, applies to cruise lines and that if they violated, they'll pay. We are going to enforce Florida law. I mean, We have

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Unemployment Benefits Coming to an End for Many

Marketplace

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Unemployment Benefits Coming to an End for Many

"Cutting off extra federal unemployment benefits, some as soon as next week. Marketplaces Meghan McCarty, Carino looks at the labor market yet to come. It's not just that extra $300 a week in federal unemployment payments, most of these states are ending. It's also benefits for gig workers, freelancers and the long term unemployed. Like Marcellus, Row in Dunwoody, Georgia, where federal benefits will end June 26. I will be receiving nothing. Unfortunately, I have no idea how I'm going to live. Day by day Row, lost his job in a public transportation agency last year and says he hasn't found work to match his previous pay of $16 an hour another. How is just not gonna put it? As economies reopen and the dangers of the virus recede. Michael strain at the American Enterprise Institute says the additional benefits are doing more harm than good. I see a labor market where employers clearly want to hire workers, but there are not enough workers there to be hired. He says Scaling back benefits could incentivize more people to return to work. But Andrew Stettner at the Century Foundation says it's not so simple. We want to believe that we can just turn the lights back on, but that's not really how it works. Industries like tourism and entertainment have been slower to bounce back, and some people face health challenges or child care issues caused by the pandemic that prevent them from finding work. Those the ones on the federal programs, those people that have the greatest barriers to work. Rising vaccination rates might make it feel like we're done with Cove it But he says Covad isn't done with the economy. I'm making McCarty Carino for marketplace on Wall Street today. Well, the major indices were

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De Blasio Plans To Open All New York City Public Beaches Starting Memorial Day Weekend

The Other Side of Midnight

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

De Blasio Plans To Open All New York City Public Beaches Starting Memorial Day Weekend

"Everybody in the water. Mayor de Blasio says beaches will open to the public Memorial Day weekend and pools will open on Saturday. June 26. It's outdoors. It's exactly what we want people to be. It's a great way for the family's New York City to spend their summer We're gonna do it the right way, Which means yes, there will be health and safety measures in place. Last year, the city delayed public beach openings and only had a limited number of pools open. De Blasio says Covert related rules could possibly be

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"june 26" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"For their life, fighting for the ability reeds for healthcare workers across the West. It's hard caring for patients who are dying without families by their sites and can't have a room full of visitors Walking them. To the end here in Arizona the governor wants to increase testing sites like the one behind me to meet surging demand and find a way to get faster results. Is Labs Experience Backlog? Vice President plans to visit Arizona plus Florida and Texas next week, Kristen. Joe Thank you in Washington, there were conflicting messages when the Coronavirus Task Force addressed the nation today for the first time since April vice president pence defended the administration's response, but doctor felt she had dire warning. NBC's Jeff Bennett is at the White House. Tonight the White House putting a positive spin on the new national surge in Corona virus cases, which slowed the spread. We flatten the curve. We saved lives. All fifty states and territories across this country are are opening up safely and responsibly. That's as many states are now rolling back there openings with more than half of the country now seeing increases in daily corona. Virus cases the vice. Vice President addressing reporters today as the White House Corona. Virus, Task Force held its first news briefing in nearly two months this time at the Department of Health and Human Services not at the White House and president. Trump a fixture, a former task force briefings did not attend Dr Anthony Fauci today, pleading with Americans to take the virus more seriously. You have an individual responsibility to yourself. But you have a societal responsibility, because if we want to end this outbreak, we've got to realize that we apart of the process. The vice president while encouraging Americans to take steps to keep themselves safe. Wash your hands. Avoid touching your face. Disinfect frequently. Conspicuously skipped over one part of the CDC's advice to wear a face mask and public pence pressed by reporters. Is there a message that you would like to send the people about the importance of wearing masks? Well We. We think that where the first principle is that people ought to listen to their state and local authorities. The VP challenged for recent political events were trump supporters did not wear masks or observed social distancing guidelines..

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"june 26" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"It feels like we're living in three movies at once. That's a good. Movie if feels like spike. Lee movie and it feels like a Michael Bay. Movie like. Every Tuesday and Friday listen and subscribe now to. It's been a minute from NPR. And we're back joined by always amazing justice correspondent Carrie Johnson Hi Carey Hey. How are you? May Kerry Fang? I'm all right. Here, we make an yeah. So, there has been a lot of news this week out of the Justice Department. What what is going on, or where do you WANNA start? Why don't we start with Michael Flynn? Remember him. He's president trump's former national security adviser. He pleaded guilty twice to making false statements to the FBI. In this week he got a huge victory from the federal appeals court here in Washington. The federal appeals court basically said because the Justice Department under bill bar wanted to back away from prosecuting him. Because Flynn himself wanted to back out of his guilty plea it. It was no business for a lower court judge to be enquiring into the motives of the Justice Department in why exactly it wanted to drop the case against him. It was an enormous surprise to a lot of people in Washington but the opinion was written by Naomi row up in appointee to the federal bench by President Trump can she basically believes in a very strong executive branch in a strong Justice Department and that's where she's landed so Flynn had pleaded guilty. To lying to the FBI, but then he started making you know making moves to withdraw that also outside of that. There was just the White House in trump saying that he had been mistreated like. That's what this whole thing was. About. Flynn is making accusations. The Justice Department that he that he entered into his plea. Under duress or not under the right circumstances, are you nothing about this case is normal so. Twice I sat in court, and watch Michael. Flynn, plead guilty to making false statements, but he switched lawyers. His new lawyer in the case decided it was the Justice Department who had allegedly engaged in wrongdoing, and she made a whole bunch of accusations against the Justice Department the prosecutors working for the special counsel, Robert Muller the FBI agents, and when he came on board at the Justice Department the new attorney, General Bill Bar ordered kind of a reinvestigation of the case he came up with some things he thought should have been turned over to the offense he. He thought that there was not a legitimate basis to interview. Michael Flynn in the White House and early two seventeen, so the Justice Department decided to drop the case and Flint's defense was delighted. The problem is the lower court. Judge was very confused since he had taken a guilty plea from Michael Flynn he wanted to hear from an outside lawyer to argue on behalf of keeping the case alive, but this week the appeals court said no stop dismiss this case I. Know that this whole case is unusual, but is it fair to say that what happened? Is an example of what it means. When a president gets to put, his hand picked judges on the courts. I think Naomi row. who started out marriage? You'll remember as kind of like the deregulatory are in the trump White House going through all those regulations. And she she was very much behind what they call it. The destruction of the administrative state, the deep state. Well now she's got a lifetime appointment on the federal bench, and she's asserting her very strong beliefs in the power of the executive branch. It'll be interesting to see if she's ever on the bench when a democratic administration comes into power, whether she retains those views of executive power, or whether they change based on the party. Party of the president involved I'll be watching for that and and president. Trump always talks about how one of his biggest accomplishments is appointing all these judges right, and so this was this is an example of where it may have had an impact, and and and you know we're talking about You know this unusual. Michael, Flynn case. We also had this kind of explosive testimony before the House Judiciary Committee this week. right Kerry. With whistle blowers who are currently serving as lawyers in the Justice Department testifying about what they believe is kind of political influence. Right I cannot overstate how big a deal this was. HOW UNUSUAL! This was in over twenty years of covering or following the justice. Department I remember a lawyer at this level testifying before Congress about what he considered to be wrongdoing once and I didn't even remember it off the top of my head. These two guys came in this week to the House Judiciary Committee and basically said the Justice Department under. Attorney General Bill Bar is playing politics with cases. The first whistle blower is ahrends Alinsky. He helped prosecute Roger Stone, the president's longtime friend and political adviser. He says he was pressured to try to lower sentencing recomendation Roger Stone any heard from people in the US Attorney's office. Because stone is a friend of president, trump and acting US attorney at the time was afraid of what president trump might do. If didn't take it easy on Roger, stone now. The second whistleblower is from the antitrust division. His name is John Elias. He said that he saw two. Two sets of investigations being opened in trust for political reasons, one set because attorney general bar doesn't like the marijuana industry, and the second was opened a day after president trump's tweet something negative about a deal that California had reached with automakers over admission standards. Now both those investigations were closed with no action, but he says the Mir opening of those investigations was a waste of resources abuse of power. Wow, you know it's true that Donald Trump does not like oversight. He is removed inspectors general. He's removed. FBI Director is he's removed US attorneys. Anyone charged with overseeing the executive branch and or investigating people who might be in trump's inner circle. He has made moves to get rid of them. So I guess my question is. Is this another step down the slippery slope of eroding the rule of law There were a lot of former justice department employees who wrote a letter to that effect. donald trump is often called a stress test on democratic institutions carry. Do you think this is another example of that? I think Mara the Justice Department under extreme stress right now. We've got a thousands of former DOJ lawyers. Thousands not hundreds thousand signing. Of the past week we've had The Faculty of George Washington University where Bill Barr attended. Sign a letter to chastise the attorney. General for allegedly taking action on behalf of the president, and his allies morale adjust is is really low right now. Mara and even though there have been a lot of departures over the last few years, there more departures now and you mentioned Bill Bar and he is the man kind of at the the center of all this controversy other than President Trump He spoke to NPR Steve inskeep yesterday, and he was asked about some of the stuff like. How did he defend his actions? And how did he defend like what's going on at DOJ right now? Well, the Attorney General denied to Steve that he was taking any action that there was any pattern of action benefiting the president's allies cronies at one point, he says the job of the attorney general is ignoring the mob and the media horde in the conspiracy theories out there and doing what he or she thinks is right, and he says he's doing what's right. There was a Democratic senator who said that you know being the attorney. General's like being a sheriff standing in front of the jail there's. There's always the mob and these days. The media is very prominent among the mob, who either want hung, or they want him sprung and part of what the Department of Justice about in the attorney general is about is ignoring the mob, and the calls the false narratives and doing an each case. What they think is right bar basically gave no ground. He believes in a very strong president, and a very strong presidency, and I'm hard pressed to find much daylight between the president and the attorney..

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"june 26" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Thank you so much. For that information, and some good Info Paul possibly for people out there looking for some work knowing that you guys are hiring. Thank you so much and good luck to you. Thank you. All right folks, it is faith Friday so here to lift our spirits and provide us with some great insight is a ward winning producer New York Times, bestselling author, motivational speaker and TJ whisperer Devan Franklin I'll read it. Is Good to talk to you here. So look where everybody's going through it right now, and it feels like everything's burden, so you help people understand how the burden can be a blessing. We need to hear this. So, yes, so, here's the thing right now. We are burden What I believe is in a burden is actually a blessing. Think about what you're in the gym. You know when you're burden. When you're stressed by the way what's happening, you're growing. You're becoming stronger. You're becoming healthier and so we look at life these problems we're facing the weight of them helping our character helping our integrity, so anyone right now that feels burden, I would challenge them to flip it and say I'm not just. But I'm blessed, because those blessings are going to ultimately help me, not have the life I want, but actually have the growth than I've been praying for. I wish I could follow up. Always want to argue with you but I can't. Because you always name I got nothing. Look something important here, a lot of people in their homes together with their significant others. You had a wedding anniversary. But I've been in the house together. You is making good. A lot of people know certainly she is. But what is the key during quarantine to keep that relationship Straw? Oh Wow. Listen. I've been married for eight years and I. Know All there's so many couples you know around the country in the world that we're going through your core exe- right so, Megan. We learned three things, and I think it's not gonNa work during quarantine but I think it will help anybody after. I. Follow the rhythm, not the routine. Warranty, in the pandemic, completely broke our routine so every time we were trying to get back to a routine. We were messing up. When we found the rhythm of the moment we began to really appreciate each other and let the moments in the rhythm dictate our momentum number two. We actually started communicating more. This was the most time we spent together in a very long time, so communication over-communicated I mean. We talked about everything and I would encourage couples to communicate because it. It really helps to connection and number. Three have fun. We gotTA. Have some fun listen. We would karaoke and houses by ourselves. She would cook. I would bake man. We put some rb some Bobby Brown and we just have a good time, so you got to have fun and I think those three things will help couples, not only inside his last part of quarantine, but actually when they come out their cooking, baking and Bobby Brown man. I don't know any more about view. It's a recipe. All right, we do have some questions here. The first question to you comes from. I believe Sophia. Let's listen to this here. Hi My name is Sophie. Lucienne.

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"june 26" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"And that's exciting there. Bill de Blasio, said New, York City once the nation's corona virus epicenter would begin to reopen nail salons and spas, everyday businesses in your neighborhood that really help you take care of yourself while cases retreat in New, York they skyrocket in Florida Alabama is running short of ICU beds. Texas is closing bars in telling restaurants to reduce capacity as the state saw a record number of cases this week Dr Christie Murray joins us from. Baylor College of Medicine in Texas Children's Hospital in Houston wise. Texas getting worse. Much worse and it's incredibly concerning with the numbers that we have right now I. think a lot of it has to do with smokable factors I think one being loosening of restrictions when we had everything under control and everything, people are saying how we have the same borders people were being extremely good or very worrisome, had a good healthy dose appear around the spires. I think people were doing much better to protect themselves. And then now I think wine, people have loosened up. Those concerns and fears think part of that has to do with some decision media. That's been going around and I. Think also just people getting ready. They WANNA get out of their homes. They wanted to rejoining society. Get back to their normal lives. And then we also had the lead sitting restrictions legally in terms of what the governor's order then and lifting restrictions, and you know we look at the numbers that we have right now. We've had a steady increase. Really since that first phase one reopening that happened at the beginning of May. And you know with this type of virus. That's exactly what we would expect. It's a virus that is spread very easily from person to person highly infectious. The more you have people in contact with each other. The the more the virus is to spread. And if we hadn't done anything at all, no public health measures. We would have seen forty eight thousand people in Huston in ICU. May assuming the rate that we were going at that's how infectious aspersers where city of seven million people now taking my, we only have twenty seven hundred ICU bad. So yeah, Forty, eight thousand, and this is what happened in New York in Italy, when you have this massive overwhelming of your health system. You can't take care of those patients. You're Texas medical. Center I. Fear that it's getting close. I mean it seems as if the ICU capacity is nearing full. Recovery hospitals even so we're starting to have overflow into other hospitals as well and now we're the largest medical center in the world. The hustle that I met at Children's is the largest children's hospital. United States, and if we're concerned about our capacity, and especially with our hospitals, but around us very concerned about their capacity you know we should be of all people the handle this and we're really worried. Are People just not getting that message? Do you need to speak even louder? Contrast media. They feel like it's being hyped up if you're seeing hyped. They I don't really pay attention to what happened. In Italy in New York, and Washington. They only are paying attention to what's going on around them. And if you don't know anybody who sick you don't or you know somebody who did get sick and they just ended up even being hospitalized. Then it Kinda plays in tonight. See this isn't really a big deal. And, they're making it out to be worse than it is here. We are suffering for it, and so I think a lot of it is just the this mindset of you know how serious this is. You know maybe I'll go ahead and take it this is. A. Chance of getting it that I probably wouldn't die. you know the whole thing about fleet kills more people than current. ivars has which is just ridiculous. we're. We're definitely seen way more guests from coronavirus ever. You know I think it's a lot of it is just the mindset of people, and and I and I sit on the side where I'm looking at the data. Every day I'm looking at our tastes count here. Looking at our hospitalization counts looking at what's happening nationally and internationally, and you see much more the reality of how serious this is, and it's hard to communicate that. Sometimes, it's not just Texas. It's. It's been as you say a problem in New, York but now. Elsewhere right, no and I think. Loosen up restrictions. That's exactly what's going to happen and masks work very effectively, especially, if both people are wearing them, you know we can't just one or the other. It needs to be both people having the social distancing in place having good you know I'm in the car as I get out of the grocery store I, use my hand sanitizer before I take off my math. You know just being super smart and thinking about the way this fires the spread and I think not being complacent. Complacent and thinking that well, if I get it, it's probably not going to be a big deal because I'm young I'm healthy, or I'm not harassing. You know even on our side. We see kids who get really really sick, and it's not something that you want to go you know to me. It's like Russian Roulette. You Really WanNa play. That game Dr Christie Murray at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas. Children's Hospital in Houston. Many of the newest infections in Texas and other states are skewing. skewing younger and we heard a new strategy today from Dr Deborah Burks of the Federal Covid nineteen. Task Force thanks to the millennials who oven heating our guidance they have in coming forward and getting testing, and so whereas before we told them to stay home now we are telling them to be tested, and this is a great change for us, because it allows us now to find the as symptomatic and the mild diseases that we couldn't find before this marked the first time the task force. Force briefed Americans since April twenty-seventh Dr Anthony Vouchers spoke directly to younger Americans the overwhelming majority now, if people getting infected or young people, likely the people that you see in the clips, and in the paper or out in crowds, enjoying themselves understandably, no blame. They're understandably, but the thing that you really need to realize that when you do that, you're part of a process. If you get infected, you will infect someone else. Who clearly will infect someone else. We know that happens because the reproduction. Element of the virus is not less than one, so people are infecting other people, and then ultimately you will infect someone who's vulnerable now that may be somebody's grandmother grandfather. Who's on chemotherapy and WHO's on radiation or chemotherapy or a child who has leukemia? So there is what I call and again I just want to bring this out without making it. Seem that anybody at fault..

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"june 26" Discussed on Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

"Today is a Glorious Day because this is the day we pass legislation to transform policing in America representative. Karen Bass the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus and one of the principle drivers of the bill, speaking on the steps of the US Capitol building as the Long Day of debate stretched before bass was optimistic, the justice and Policing Act is a bill for human rights. The bill is named after the man whose death in Minneapolis at the hands of police led to national and global protests. Democratic, representative, Jim. McGovern called the bill. Bill a major step forward bureau systemic problems here that requires systematic solutions while House minority. Leader Kevin McCarthy said solutions also require bipartisan input. Name me one amendment. Democrats allowed in committee Republican, Jim Jordan also complained about a lack of GOP input Republicans offered twelve thoughtful good amendments. Every single one voted down. We've heard a lot of nonsense on the floor committee chairman Jerry Nadler. These wonderful amendments included ANTIFA the Seattle autonomous zone, stripping out the entire underlying Legislation House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the Times. In which we live call for real police reform, it would be a moral failure to accept anything less than. Than Transformational Change but Republican Debbie Lasco said the bill will not change anything. This bill that you're pushing through without negotiating with Republicans is not to go anywhere Lesko, pointing to the fact that the Republican leader of the Senate has already made it perfectly clear, he will not take up the house bill. One of the reasons was the issue of qualified immunity for police officers, which presently protects them from lawsuits for actions carried out in the line of duty. Republican John Rutherford himself. A former sheriff called it an over correction. We cannot be so eager to make major policing reforms on the federal level that. That we over correct and prevent good officers on the street from being able to do their job. Representative Lucy Macbeth urged members to hear her story, and those of countless others whose lives have been rocked by police actions, racism and injustice have opened painful wounds. Four Hundred Years in the making I lost my son. Jordan to those wounds in. Yes, my black son's life did matter while fellow. Democrat jeffries drove home. The point, the death of George Floyd was not called to my attention by fellow member of Congress by my chief of Staff Obama Legislative Director. It was called to my attention by my young. Young Son who said Dad. It's happened again. What are you going to do about it? Randi Kenyon Washington even Texas. Republicans are upset with President Trump for his administration's decision to close down. What were federal covid nineteen testing centers Democrats say it's part of the president's telling his people to slow down testing Bob. Costantini has more as the nation grapples with spikes in more than half the country lead test samples indicate about ten times. More Americans may have contracted corona virus than the official number Centers for Disease Control Director Robert Redfield tells reporters that briefing on the day after the nation recorded its highest ever one. One day total of new cases that means around twenty five million may have had the virus most without symptoms. Redfield suggests wearing a mask because he walked to the microphone. Joe Biden couple of visit to Lancaster. Pennsylvania talking to people helped by the affordable care, act or Obamacare, well, pointing out the trump justice department as asking the Supreme Court to rule of it unconstitutional that would include the prohibitions against denying coverage for pre existing conditions, such as people recovering from covid nineteen, and if Donald trump prevails in court, insurance would be allowed once again to strip away coverage jack-up up premiums simply because of the. The battle they survived the fighting corona virus. The speech provided Biden with another chance to criticize the overall response by the president as Mr. trump keeps talking about it. As a thing of the past tens of millions of jobs have been lost in the United States do to corona virus, so the former vice president assumes there may be millions more Americans, needing the coverage of Obamacare as they tried to put their lives back together live their lives caught in a vice between Donald Trump's twin legacies failure to protect the American people from the corona virus and his heartless crusade take healthcare protections away from American. American families President Trump was in a battleground state Wisconsin right along its border with Michigan. Shipbuilding Company. He spotlighted a new Navy contracts still talking to the crowd about Corona virus. He repeated his logical claim about more testing. That means we're GONNA have more cases if we didn't. WanNa test, or if we didn't test, we wouldn't have cases, but we have cases because we test and it just so happens as cases in Texas skyrocket. The federal government is pulling out of funding seven testing sites in the lone star state, other states facing a similar draw down Pennsylvania New Jersey. Colorado and Illinois Bob Costantini Washington. In what could be a national I California is opening its corona virus forecasting models to the. Public Jim Roope has the story. The models are broken down into three types the traditional forecast that will show what the future may be like based on current behavior, a now cast what Governor Gavin newsom says shows what current behavior is doing in real time in a way that we don't believe has been done anywhere else in the united. States. The information that we're now making available is exactly the information. We make available to Ha- county health officials narrows model that shows would could be if behavior is changed good or bad. He calls it. It a deep dive into transparency, helping everyone to understand the data that's provided to public health officials, because one thing we recognize is the limitless -ness of the capacity of expertise and talent that resides throughout the state of California throughout the United States and for that matter throughout the rest of the world. He wants the whole world anyone anywhere to take a look at the data and help the response to open up to mathematicians. We're opening up to people that are experts in a eye opening up to our researchers and our scientists, and our Nobel laureates and our partners across the spectrum including again. Citizens just have an expertise. Expertise that hasn't been tapped. They have been asked or they haven't veiled themselves. The opportunity to engage the idea is to make the information the data. The models more meeting wanted to promote a different outcome by promoting a different consciousness and ultimately promoting a different behavior. He says it will help define the state's decision making Jim Roope Los Angeles federal data shows nearly half a million Americans turn to the federal obamacare exchanges after losing health insurance coverage this year Jeff Mackay reports this comes at a time with corona virus cases on the rise and president trump pushing to dismantle the affordable care act sign up spiked in April two more. More than double the number in prior April's is millions of workers lost their jobs in the coronavirus pandemic. More people also enrolled in May than in prior years overall enrollment jumped to forty six percent in the first five months twenty twenty, compared to the same period a year before president trump came under fire for not reopening the affordable care act exchanges, so the uninsured could purchase plans despite pleas from elected officials of both parties in steady ordered the government to reimburse hospitals for treating uninsured corona virus patients using funds from Congress's Rescue Package Jeff Mackay. Washington Westwood One Daily News for Friday June twenty, six, twenty twenty I'm John Trout..

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"june 26" Discussed on Up First

Up First

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on Up First

"All right does the US military have a problem with white supremacists and other extremists. A number of incidents in recent history have raised this very question. Actually this week, the Justice Department labeled US Army. Private Ethan meltzer traitor, calling him quote. The enemy within Meltzer is a twenty two year old soldier from Louisville, Kentucky who is facing federal terrorism related charges, prosecutors say he plotted an ambush of his own unit as part of a satanic white supremacist network. We've got NPR's. Hannah lamb with us this morning to talk about. It Hannah Good Morning. What exactly is private melts are charged with doing. Morning yet? He faces many charges including conspiracy and attempt to murder. US military. And all this is tied to what the Justice Department is calling a plot by Meltzer to ambush his own unit once they were deployed to Turkey the indictment says Meller joined the army in two thousand eighteen at within a year was a member of a UK based neo. Nazi group called the order of nine angles. prosecutors say meltzer found out he was deployed to Turkey and allegedly pass details about that deployment to members of the group, including the location and the defenses. Defenses of his unit the court papers include transcripts of Meltzer saying he's willing to die in this operation that he sees it as part of a greater cause, so authorities consider him an acceleration as someone who believes in violence to collapse society and create a new order, and for White supremacists that end goal is typically an ethnos state. It's a trend we've seen in a series of recent attacks, and now here it is popping up in a high profile military investigation. I mean we've seen several cases right involving far-right extremists in the military in the past couple of years. Can you just take a step back? How widespread is this problem? Well short answer is we don't have a good handle on the scope. Defense officials have reported a slight increase in the number of domestic terrorism investigations involving servicemembers, but that's only one category, and it doesn't address her to the full picture of extremism in the ranks, so there is a need for better data. It's been a frustration for civil rights, groups and extremism researchers who've been asking for years for the military to improve tracking and screening. So. What's a military doing about us? Military officials have said that they are expanding screen, and they are working more closely with their counterterrorism authorities partnering to address Extremism But lawmakers, extremism monitors, and other critics say you know the Pentagon can do much more. One policy often mentioned as the distinction. The military draws between simply belonging to an extremist organization and actively participating in one analysts. I've spoken with say there should be the same zero tolerance policy for violent white supremacist as there is for US llamas extremist. Here's Colin Clark with a Sufen group in Washington loop. This was an affinity for jihadism. They wouldn't say well you're. You're not an active participant. You just have a real affinity for Isis. Go First Hint than anybody expressed sympathy for Reggie Auto Group. They would be done. interesting Hannah I mean we're at this moment when big US institutions are struggling with how to address the stomach, racism is extremism in the military white supremacy part of that conversation. It is and we've. We've seen signs at the Pentagon is making it more of a priority and a case like meltzer's at this moment makes it even more urgent. You know right now. There's a lot of attention to the campaign to change. The confederate names of bases and researchers hope it's also a moment for the military to think about what else they can do to keep extremists out of the ranks. NPR's Hanna Hannah thank you. We appreciate it,.

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"june 26" Discussed on Up First

Up First

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on Up First

"june 26" Discussed on Up First

Up First

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on Up First

"Attorney General William Barr says he is responsible for a series of actions that appear to benefit president trump, but the attorney general insists there is no political influence in those decisions from the White House now just to recap here. Bar replaced a US attorney, who was thought to be investigating matters of interest to the president. A whistle blower alleged political interference in the sentencing. Sentencing recommendation for the president's friend, Roger Stone an appeals court upheld a move to drop charges against the president's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn now all of this led to a big question firm. Our colleague Stevens keep. How do you answer a voter who sees a pattern here of continually upholding the personal interests of the President I'd say that there is no such. Such pattern I would say that that is a media narrative that has been adhere to where things that happen. All the time in the Department of Justice are are misrepresented to the public and cast is somehow suspicious. Steve sat down with the Attorney General and the Attorney General's Office yesterday and Steve is with us now How does bar make the case that? That, there is nothing suspicious. Originally wanted to take cases one at a time and said there were specific reasons to justify each action. He said for example it was just a personnel move. When he announced the Jeffrey Berman was leaving as United States attorney. In New, York Jeffrey Berman was interim. He was appointed by. The court has a temporary US attorney holding the Fort? He was living on borrowed time from the beginning, and when a really strong powerful candidate raised his hand. That is Jay Clayton currently. The Chairman of the SEC wanted to go back to New York, but very much would desire this job. I view that as an opportunity to put in a very strong person as a presidential appointment to that office, he said the president has the right to appoint a US attorney, but the thing is Berman. Briefly declined to step aside his critic said the US attorney was working on cases of interest to the president. David said. And his replacement was the guy with no experiences of federal prosecutor. Ultimately Berman did leave after his agreed is trusted, deputy would take over for now, and it does look like by the way under Senate rules. The Senate won't confirm the replacement unless New York senators who are Democrats approve so there is a check on the president's power here right, so does the Attorney General admit that it at least looks bad when the president makes law enforcement. Enforcement moves that seem to benefit him. No, not at all now. Bar has said in the past. The president has the power to supervise law enforcement, even a case where he has an interest, but in these specific cases. He doesn't admit there's any conflict at all. The president clearly has an interest in the election though I. How does bar see his role in making that election? Election secure. He says he's really concerned about foreign interference. Now that Rachel is obviously a bipartisan concern, but there's debate over what bar is concerned about interference with mail in ballots. Some states want to lean more heavily on them. Because of the pandemic, the president is falsely said there's evidence of fraud in mail in ballots. Massive evidence is what the president is falsely, said the attorney. Attorney General knows that a lot of people voted by mail in the past, but he questions doing so many this year I'm talking about comprehensive rule where all the ballots are essentially male, and and there's so many occasions for fraud there that cannot be policed I think I think it would be very bad, but but one of the things I mentioned was the possibility of counterfeiting. Did. You have evidence to raise that specific concern, not obvious, so he says he has no evidence, but that it's obvious there could be a problem. He's faced a lot of pushback here as the president has because there is a track record with mail in ballots Washington State for example, is done elections almost entirely by mail for many years and officials there say the ballots have various characteristics that make them very hard to counterfeit. In fact, the Secretary of State of Washington state invited the president and the Attorney General to come to Washington state. If they'd like and see what the security measures are like I put that statement bar and he said he'd be happy to call her. All right see we appreciate it. NPR Steve inskeep with that. Sit Down interview with the Attorney General thanks Steve to do it..

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"june 26" Discussed on Sagittarius Today

Sagittarius Today

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on Sagittarius Today

"Freshest milk and cream. Philadelphia has been doing this since eighteen seventy to. Philadelphia. Perfection. Let's speak in your day. Mars prepares to leave your house. The past month may not have been easy. You've perhaps drawn inward concerned with matters at home. You may have felt more defensive than usual. Notice, where you have chosen to channel your energy especially when you felt moody. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Try not to take small things personally. You're not to hold a grudge at Sagittarians are more easily hurt than they would seem. Try Not to construct narratives in your head in Tueting, what someone else's feeling? Instead, ask them or simply let it be. Contemplate your path to personal growth. If you find yourself easily upset by other people in their actions, practice detachment. INSTEAD OF REACTING! Take a deep breath. Remember that. Another's actions reveal what they think of themselves, not what they think of you. Sagittarius today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary from the apple APP or Google play stores. Get your first reading today and follow sanctuary its sanctuary world on instagram. That's s ANC T. U..

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"june 26" Discussed on Cancer Today

Cancer Today

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on Cancer Today

"Let's begin your day? Mars prepares to leave your house. Over the past month, you've likely felt boulder more exuberant than usual. You may have poured yourself into a new hobby or field of study. Consider what this expansive energy has brought into your life. Tomorrow begins a month of turning knowledge into success. Now, take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Remember crab. You are entitled to your opinion. You do not need to justify your feelings or instincts. Anyone who tries to control your reaction is not respecting your independence. Contemplate your pat to personal growth. When you are in a Rut. You need to set goals even when you don't feel like. The repetition and commitment will get your mind working. Eventually. You'll find true excitement for something worth striving toward. Can't Sir. Today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary from the apple APP or Google play stores. Get your first reading today and follow sanctuary its sanctuary world on instagram. That's San. C. T. U. A. R.. Y..

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"june 26" Discussed on Scorpio Today

Scorpio Today

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on Scorpio Today

"Good Morning Scorpio. Today's Friday, June, twenty, six, two, thousand and twenty. Mars prepares to leave Pisces. Over the past month you may have turned away from traditional goals tending to emotional needs with Mars now with the final degree of Pisces. We are at our most idealistic. This is Scorpio today. A park astor original. Today's episode of Horoscope. Today is brought to you by Philadelphia Create Geez. You don't need a horoscope to tell you that Philadelphia cream. Cheese is the SCHMEAR that's perfect for spreading on your morning. Bake all made with only the freshest milk cream Philadelphia has been doing this since eighteen seventy to. Philadelphia Schmear, perfection. Let's speak in your day. Mars prepares to leave your house. This past month has likely been a creative one. You've perhaps been more assertive in your sense of self expression. Hold onto this energy as Mars moves into areas when a strong sense of self will distinguish you from the crowd. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Some of US may fear intimacy. Instead of building a few deep relationships. We spread our attention across many artificial connections. We keep people at an arms length. This is safe, but it also restricts us to a half-life. Until we allow others to fully accept us. It is impossible to fully accept ourselves..

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"june 26" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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"june 26" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"june 26" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"One year ago, almost to the day we told you the story about one successful killer fish egg, the egg managed to survive being eaten by Swan to travel all the way through the swans, digestive system, and to hatch after it was excreted. Well it turns out, it's not just kill fish eggs that can survive the arduous journey through a bird's got researchers and Hungary have discovered that two types of carp eggs have hatched after being eaten and pooped out by mallards. The team published its results this week in the Journal, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Adam, Lavar sh-. Quiche is the lead author He's colleges with the Ecology Research Group at the Center for Ecological Research. In Hungary we reached him in Deborah Tsen Hungary. Adam what led you wonder? If fish eggs carp eggs might survive the digestive track of a Mallard Duck. It's a long story short that. In the first time we go to the field, we see arable fields. Competently wet and you can find temporary. Wetlands is in Hungary and Deza very isolated sorta flights with found the basically small fishes inside days, but a lot of people found fishers inside these temporary wetlands, and this is what. We were thinking like how these Fisher can actually come here on. The totake can actually be dispersed. It was a mystery to find out how fish turn up in ponds, them and bodies of water where they don't connect with anything else. So why did you look at these particular kinds of carp common carp? I guess in the Prussian Carp. Firstly because there was this two thousand nineteen study which used annual cliff, fish, but We know. These annual fishers has a very very protected fish ex. You can actually generalize it for most species only for a new acuity checks, so we try to choose species which could represent, tell us fish species with more like a chilly like nuts. Protected X. Right, it is sound that the 'cause we've done that story on the killer fish, and how it single egg from a kill efficient survived the digestive track of a swan in Brazil, but you thought that that was you wanted to try a more delicate egg, so you went for the for these car. So, what did you find? How how lucky were these? These eggs is. They made it to the system. Twelve fish eggs from both of the species. which actually survived living embryo? Were inside them. The, when we were actually collecting the POOP and we sold I. Fish eggs appearing and we will larry excited. It was like searching for treasure during the height. And finding like fish eggs in poop so. I'm. How many eggs did you feed these these mallards? Overall with. Like five hundred. Four eight Muller's how many embryos survived, see that acidic system of a duck. Overall twelve, so it's it's a low number. Compared see. The overall number was fat. But it still still very importance because if you think about it. They're all millions if ducks moving around for example in the US or north, America and even. Europe because we use the Muller's and I know exactly almost to me. Muller's moving during the migration and. If you seeing that. I mean this is a low number. The living. Embryos, but if you think that it can happen. Every year during the migration and one carp can lay more than one hundred thousand egg. And on numerous numbers of carps, so it's it's it can happen very often i. how many of those those embryos survived actually became fish. To him carp in one car, and so you think that that's a significant enough number that could actually speak be spreading this invasive species through the Mallard. I think so because if the duck starts to feed. During this pollinating time on fish eggs, and Devlin be only five hundred s I mean the mullet will be totally full with eggs, and because it's very nutritious protein source for them. So they will just munching on the mold of time If they find despoiling area, they would definitely find them. Well that you know that them. Conservationists are trying to find ways to limit the spread of these kinds of fish. Is that there's nothing you could really do to stop the the mallards. Being able to to disseminate these these fish sue wide areas, is there. It's hot question so I think overall humans artic problem because day moved this fish. To America for example, and even to Hungary if you think about depression cop so. Basically I think we can stop them, but. Steal the humans are the main problem because they are I, think they spread more. Fish eggs. Or fish compared to the Marlins, if three tried to compare them alerts and humans. All, right? We'll leave it there adamant that thank you for telling us about your steady. Thank you so much. Bye Bye! Adam. Lavar quiche is an ecologist with wetland ecology research group at the Center for Ecological Research in Hungary. We reached him in Deborah Jason Hungary..

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Chicago restaurants can open for limited indoor dining June 26

WGN Nightside

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Chicago restaurants can open for limited indoor dining June 26

"Well a lot of people have been waiting for this since March actually one week from today restaurants bars breweries will be able to welcome guests inside their establishments with some restrictions the surprise announcement did come today from the mayor WGN's Erik wrong is along the Southport corridor on the north side and joins us with more Eric well good evening and there are a lot of restrictions that are tied to this but it is still certainly good news for business owners and bar owners wanted to get more customers inside and those of us itching to get out putting a toe in the pipeline testing it out we've been at home a long time now Lightfoot tonight said in a statement Chicago will open up indoor dining a week from today well it came as a surprise to many maybe it shouldn't have given what you said yesterday we are opening up indoor activities in other areas it's way past time that we open up indoor dining all restaurants bars and breweries can open up to twenty five percent capacity with the Max capacity of fifty people per room tables will still need to be six feet apart in other safety precautions must be taken were already quickly trying to figure out how we can get staff prepared for a quick event for great shop the owner of court or brewery in provisions it will mean doubling their tables from seven to fourteen which is great for him and his employees he pays but it's still not sustainable in the long run through summer with the patio and without some potential there expand the patio it's sustainable the owner of the Intel probably August when the weather turns they'll need more indoor tables to turn over I think as soon as we can there be in a position to serve our gas the gas are excited to come back out they may be excited but they also see a need to be cautious endemic is very real it's a good choice to gradually start to open things up again and see how you know things respond now this announcement from a major life it will coincide with governor Pritzker's plan re opening play and that is for the state to move to face for a week from today we're live in lake view America on WGN is

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Iran, US And Hassan Ruhani discussed on Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Iran, US And Hassan Ruhani discussed on Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

"The US Iran exchange sharp words in the wake of the latest sanctions, Jerry bowed. Lander reports Iran didn't mince words in responding to the sanctions, which targeted its supreme leader and other top officials and came after the downing of a US drone Iran warning. They mean quote, permanent closure of the doors of diplomacy Iranian president Hassan Ruhani called the sanctions against the supreme leader outrageous and idiotic. And speaking through an interpreter said, the US is frustrated and

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