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"kamiya" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now, here's the man who's been recognized as radios best. The recipient of not one but two prestigious Marconi awards, for his broadcast exomes. The one and only Bill Cunningham. Well, no Bill Cunningham tonight that you get two for the price of one. My cow and Mike Allen junior pinch hitting for the great American Bill Cunningham. Mike, I have to take this call. Moscow bob. With a name like that. You have to. Moscow bob, how are you doing? Hello, doing good. It's rainy and cold in Moscow this morning. You're really a Moscow. Yes sir. Wow. Well, how's it going over there? It's going the same as pretty much in the United States and the rest of the world inflation has gone crazy, but life is continuing as normal. As best as can be as normal, let's put it that way. Well, you know, if you can answer this question, if you can't, I understand, but what is the general feeling about the people in Moscow about what's going on with their country with respect to Ukraine? Do they talk to you about that? Are they allowed to talk to you about that? Oh yeah. Certain groups can talk about it. You just have to be careful how and what you say, the general consensus is most people understand what's going on and they understand because many of the people in the parts of Ukraine that all just conflicts is going in. Came from Russia thousands of years ago when it was the Russian Empire under Catherine the Great. When khrushchev made certain parts of Ukraine, what they are today, Ukraine was somewhat created by the Russians, and if you look at Crimea and other parts of Ukraine, some parts of Ukraine were actually Polish land. Kamiya was actually the adamant empire. So it was actually Turkish control. Yeah, it's kind of chopped up over there, I guess. But I think I hear you saying the economy is a mess, just like it is here. Well, just the economy is not necessarily a mess per se. People are the difference here in Moscow. And in most of Russia, 70% of the people own where they live. So they don't have rent payments. The healthcare is much less expensive. You also, when you take those two aspects out of the equation, people are struggling right now, but people are still traveling just like in the United States. Right. It's just the cost of everything has gone up. Bob, and again, I probably already know the answer to this. But does anybody ever and I'm sure they may be a little bit leery of you as an American, but does anybody ever talk to you? Is there any open for lack of a better term griping about this war? Is it an anti war thing or is it no we need to win this thing? Ukraine is a part of mother Russia. It's 50 50. You might say, it's sort of like Vietnam. Right. I played our Vietnam. There were certain portions that were for it, certain portion that were against. Just like here, the young people in America during Vietnam, a majority of them, a lot of them left the country just like here. I equate this as their Vietnam War. The only difference is they're fighting for Russia's survival as a nation. They're not looking to expand per se. Right. They're more the family values. The Christianity. They don't want the wokeness that the United States is propagating throughout the whole world. Is there any wokeness in mother Russia? To be honest, how they say Russia and the Russians and the government hates LGBTQ and everything else. Right. If that's the case, why would Britney griner gun here so for so many years? It's not that they don't hate them if they don't want them promoting it openly in public to the country and the youth and propaganda what we're doing in the United States where it's making them more important than everyone else. They still have their family values. Fathers, mothers, grandparents every day I see them walking their children to school. You don't have that in America anymore. You're right about that. Bob, you brought up a good point too, and you were talking about this expansionist thing. I think that's something that a lot of Americans don't realize is that this isn't sort of a territorial thing where they Russia just wants to expand its borders. They see this as a threat from NATO. Yes. Yeah. Well, it's a threat to their ideology. Their families values and the core structure. The people that complain if you think about it, the United States is Ukraine's sovereign land, where does it end? What do the Native American Indians say, okay, if that's what you say then, the Native American communities are going to say, hey, all you white people, all you black people out of our country because it's our native land. I hear you one last question Moscow, bob. Do you ever hear anyone over there pining for the days of communism in the Soviet Union? No. That's what I thought. Wow. Hey, I really appreciate it. Go ahead. Wait, wait. One thing you have to understand and you have to understand life since the fall of the Russian Empire, people have become very, very well off in Russia. Life has not been bad for them, so they don't want to see change. And the other thing, when you're talking about COVID-19, the reason why there is no pushback against China is because of the United States government and Fauci's involvement of everything that was going on at that lab. That's why you'll never hear a pushback against China. Very China has the goods very well said. I think that they have the goods on Fauci. I couldn't agree more. All right, Moscow bob, thank you for this call. Hey, have a great day, sir. Okay. Okay, take it easy. Be safe. That's pretty cool. Wow. That's something else, man. I guess he calls Willie a lot. Yeah. Wow. I wanted to ask him, but I didn't think I should. What he's doing over there. Yeah. I wanted to ask too. Well, Russian dictator trivia. Okay. Was khrushchev from Ukraine. I think he was. I think he was one of the main ones was actually from Ukraine. And I think it was for sure. Yeah. I know I'm not all the way crazy. I hear you. Hey, we got time. I believe for another call. Who's been holding on the longest? I want to be fair about this. How about Tom in Baltimore, Maryland? Hey, how you doing, Tom? I'm doing fine. Good. I want to make a comment. Bill company has the best show on a.m. radio. Thank you. We agree. Okay. As far as the FBI, the corruption today. Is there any difference now than there was back in the Hoover years? I've been saying that. Me and my dad have been arguing about that for like three hours. And it was really interesting. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, I think J. Edgar Hoover obviously he had his issues. But he had the best interest of the United States of America. Remember, there was no Internet back then. So you don't know how corrupt they were. Yeah, yeah. And at that point, I couldn't agree. When your spying on Martin Luther King, when you're creating blackmail on Martin Luther King, I thought he was a communist. But what would lead him to believe he thought that I was a communist and I wasn't even born yet. That's my thing is we are now living. Republicans conservatives libertarians are living in a new mccarthyism era. And now we know what it's like to be on the other side of that to be targeted. The way Republicans are targeted by federal law enforcement. Come on, man. January 6th. I don't see one either, man. I completely agree with you. You got January 6th guys sitting in solitary confinement for the last three and a half years all at the behest of the FBI. They are the Stasi at this point. Tom, I think. I hate you. That'll give me a good thing on the FBI. Watch what? I'm sorry. The X files. Oh, yeah. Okay. I'll check it out. Appreciate the call. Thank you. Wasn't it just earlier today we were talking about literally like two hours before the show is you were like, well, Jay Edgar did it right. I'm like, no, he did it right. He had his issues and we all know what they are, but he was the greatest comedy catcher. In American history. But how many regular people got swept up in it? Yeah. It's hard to defend him. But when we're on this side, it's easier to see it that way. You know what I mean? Right, right, right. Because
"kamiya" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"On that? So I'm not familiar with the most recent product from coin type, but I have MK four cold cards that I've always really enjoyed. And this is all like a subjective opinion. I'm a big fan of multisig for holding a majority of your funds and making sure that you have the redundancy and the ability to have multiple physical locations that you're going to have to secure. Like not using a safety deposit box explicitly. So other individuals, family members, whatever. So then you have the protection of the multi keys in order to move stuff. And then keeping smaller amounts in other various wallets that, again, you had your own redundancy in terms of creating these backups, making sure that those keys are secured and locked down somewhere. But it's really going to be about both your technical know how and mount that you're trying to protect. And what your desires are for it. Because for some people, just having a moon wallet that they're using to ship around a couple hundred stats for whatever they're doing is a great idea. Whereas maybe you need multi security for larger amounts that you're using or if maybe you need to have a corporate oversight or other things. So in my opinion, it's really just about the approach, but I think what NDK is built. In terms of the products, his know how and the approach of what they're doing. It's my preferred product over everything else that's available out there. So yeah, unfortunately, I missed that conversation because I was doing dad stuff. Yeah, it was a good episode for sure, 'cause he came on the Q one is like a totally different look than the Mark four Mark three. It's kind of like a calculator with a full keyboard on it, which is pretty awesome. But we also had this guy on named Michael Schmidt, who's doing a home water heater system with through Bitcoin miners, which is pretty awesome. Do you get into anything like engineer or any creator? I know there's the black box and people do heating their home with minors. Do you ever go down that rabbit hole with how to use Bitcoin more creatively than you are now? I'd really like to. I'm kind of electrically retarded. So I'm pretty sure I'm going to electrocute myself doing one of these things. But what's going on in mining right now in my opinion is both what's going to help permeate the next bull cycle in addition to where a lot of the really important innovation is because there's so much potential to capture the heat that's being put out and utilizing it in different ways. So like I've had a couple tweets about like I'm really bullish on the idea of Bitcoin and HVAC and that I think in the near term future a lot of people will have their eating and air conditioning subsidized by energy companies that will like straight up give people an air conditioner to use that will like have Bitcoin miners in it that will be re appropriating that heat to do that. But yeah, unfortunately, I'm kind of technically retarded on the hardware front. So I will probably get to that once I have some free time next decade, but I don't foresee it happening before then. It's been like a long, quote unquote, bear market, but at the same time, you know, Bitcoin marches on. I mean, these developments keep happening. What is something that you're really bullish about coming up? I'm bullish about the tin can that. You seem to be speaking to us from maybe you're in outer space. It's a robot. That's robo hand. And I love that. He was the guy that's going to help Eric with his connection. This guy. Yeah. Sometimes they transforms into an autobot. Well, come out here to the lost coast and we'll get stuff set up. I live out in the middle of a fucking forest. So I feel fortunate that I have Starlink, but I got to cut some trees down around to help myself out with one of the most bullish about. It's kind of interesting because this is the first time that I actually feel bullish just about the community in general. I feel like the community is getting progressively stronger and stronger and stronger and the dialog from bitcoiners is getting more and more solid and hardened. And so I think this eventually just takes over by Bitcoin. You're Internet spent not gonna. God damn it, stupid Internet. You're more emotional. But I cut out otherwise. No, I couldn't hear you. But you were saying you're more and more bullish. Cut out a proof time. I'm more and more bullish about just the community in general. What I'm saying is just more solid dialog. People understand what's going on. And in a lot of ways, I feel like the last decade was everyone just trying to figure out what the hell was going on and what is Bitcoin. And so now I feel like we're really developing in a direction, not like the community itself, understands the purpose and what Bitcoin is for, who wants to get into the hands of as many people as possible for us to continue to build. And so, in a lot of ways, I feel like we're like halfway through the story of Bitcoin. And I think by 2030, it's going to really present itself in a global light for what we all suspect it can do, which I think is become a global money for all people everywhere. And I think that will open us up to some pretty different and radical potentials for humanity at this point in time, particularly in my opinion what seems to be like the most extreme nihilism that we're in and perhaps this can rescue us from it. We want to say what's up to kamiya. If I pronounce your name right, but what's up, man? Do you have a question? Or comment or anything? Going once? Okay. Well, Erika, are you on no stir? You into that at all? I know you're saying you're technologically not the most up to date, but that's something that the community is really into right now. Yeah, more with hardware I'm retired. I'm decent with software and I am on no star. Interestingly enough from when I was originally on the alpha, the private key that I verified, it's like not working for some reason. I think there's something happening with cutting and pasting. So I made a second account. I am on there. I'm very excited about it because the bird app is getting progressively more retarded. In addition to no star seems to be adding more and more features, more than people are getting onto it. And these are the technological developments that were absolutely desperate for. You know, like Bitcoin is, it's one and the most powerful tool that we have in our tool belt, but we need other things like no star and other methods of decentralized secure private communication, and so that's one of the other things that I see Bitcoin leading the development on is on this sort of ethical development of products for people well into the future. And it's really great to see something like no start getting the attention development that it deserves. And I hope, in the next few years, we'll see more people building on top of
"kamiya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Senator pat toomey of Pennsylvania for his take on inflation, the fed and how it could do better. But first, a big question right now is what the Federal Reserve will do about inflation, and whether it will drive us into a recession. This week, fed chair Jay Powell told Bloomberg that he will do whatever it takes no matter the consequences. We're very strongly committed to using our tools to get inflation to come down the way to do that is to slow down growth, ideally keep it positive. And as I mentioned, supply and demand get back into balance. So that's what we're trying to accomplish. Is there a risk that we would go too far certainly? There's a risk. But I wouldn't agree that it's the biggest risk to the economy. I think the bigger mistake to make, let's put it that way, would be to fail to restore price stability. For his take on the economy, and whether inflation or recession is the bigger danger right now, I spoke with Evercore ISI chairman and Evercore vice chairman Ed Hyman. But it seems to me that there's no doubt that the fed is going to keep pushing until they get some progress. On inflation, I think we're going to have a financial shock somewhere. We always have one in a tightening cycle. And the communist is going to continue to weaken. And some mosaic of that will cause the fed to change a little bit. Maybe they'll say, no more 75s, or they'll do a 15 no more 50. They'll do 25s, or maybe they'll say, we'll skip the next meeting. We're still tightening. But they're going to keep pushing for sure. But I think there's a pretty good chance now and inflation has started to come down. Well, that was my question. Are they making progress? 'cause I saw your note, you noted the PCE is not as hot as the CPI was. 5 or 5 years coming down some. Are they making some progress or is it too soon to tell? It's probably too soon to tell. But my job is to try and go where the puck is going. And not that I'm a hockey player, but you mentioned inflation and expectations are down about a hundred basis points. So kamiya prices have come down, including the food complex. And then we serve retailers about pricing power. We've been doing it systematically for over a decade. And that's dropped like ten points in the past three weeks. And they have excess inventories. And so they're having to do some discounting. So if I may elaborate one more point, probably 6 months ago, I was collecting, I always collect anecdotal evidence, but I had two people in two days, tell me that they were having to pay up to $25 to get a dishwasher. One in Minnesota and one in South Carolina. And I know, wow. I had a guy tell me who does light manufacturing in Florida. He'd gone from 14 to 15 to 16 to 17 to $18 and now he was getting workers back in. I don't think wages are going to go down by any means, but I think we might be seeing some light at the end of the tunnel here on inflation. Are we worried about consumer spending at all? I mean, is that what we wanted to come off? Because the consumer numbers were down. And that's sort of a trend right now So you know the story, but I'll say it again. So income in today's numbers was up about half a percent or 6% annual rate. It's been running it's probably up 11% year on year on year. Nominal income. Now, it turns out that inflation is like 7% or 6%. And so the income is there, but it's all being eaten up in price. So the real that's left over is only like one or 2%. In this latest month, it was down slightly. As long as the income is there, I think the spending is there. And if I could continue to be on your program or your wish list, you're always welcome. I'm such a I've studied this so much. We've never, ever had a recession without an inverted yield curve. I go back in 1929, not that I was there, but 1929 and then Japan in 1989 and 2007, your current inverted advocate recession. And now the curve is bond yields at three or something in fed funds that two or so. You've still got a pretty steep yield curve. One of the things that's different this time is the pandemic. We've never had a pandemic like that. Certainly in a hundred years. And part of it is the supply shock. One of the reasons I really follow all your research so carefully is what you say about the supply chain. And one of the data showing is, are we starting to unravel the knots and so much? Some slow process probably. There's still like this auto inventories are still low. But I'm glad you brought that up because as a point, I really would like to make. We had the pandemic. We had big fiscal stimulus. We had QE zero rates. And we had the fastest money growth in 8 decades. 30%. And when you get extreme like that, you're going to get inflation. And you happen at the same time to have bottlenecks. So it's a real bad cocktail. Well, one of the things I saw in your June report was our money supply growth is slowing down. And Europe is as well. China is going the other way. So China is really an outlier here. I'd like to continue to
"kamiya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are already facing the highest prices at the pump in the nation and will see another increase starting today. Motorists are reacting to the scheduled bump in the state gas tax. I commute two hours total every day, so I feel all of the increases. Hailey gwyn is a Northern California commuter. I'm Brian shook. You're listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. Still to come this hour, I talked to Republican senator pat toomey of Pennsylvania for his take on inflation, the fed and how it could do better. But first, a big question right now is what the Federal Reserve will do about inflation, and whether it will drive us into a recession. This week, fed chair Jay Powell told Bloomberg that he will do whatever it takes no matter the consequences. We're very strongly committed to using our tools to get inflation to come down the way to do that is to slow down growth, ideally keep it positive. And as I mentioned, supply and demand get back into balance. So that's what we're trying to accomplish. Is there a risk that we would go too far certainly? There's a risk. But I wouldn't agree that it's the biggest risk to the economy. I think the bigger mistake to make, let's put it that way, would be to fail to restore price stability. For his take on the economy, and whether inflation or recession is the bigger danger right now, I spoke with Evercore ISI chairman and Evercore vice chairman Ed Hyman. But it seems to me that there's no doubt the fed is going to keep pushing until they get some progress. On inflation, I think we're going to have a financial shock somewhere. We always have one in a tightening cycle. And the communist is going to continue to weaken. And some mosaic of that will cause the fed to change a little bit. Maybe they'll say no more 75s or they'll do a 15 no more 50. They'll do 25 or maybe they'll say, we'll skip the next meeting. We're still tightening. But they're going to keep pushing for sure. But I think there's a pretty good chance now and inflation has started to come down. Well, that was my question. Are they making progress? Because I saw your note, you noted that PCE is not as hot as the CPI was. 5 or 5 years coming down some. Are they making some progress or is it too soon to tell? It's probably too soon to tell. But my job is to try and go where the puck is going. And not that I'm a hockey player, but you mentioned inflation and expectations are down about a hundred basis points. So kamiya prices have come down, including the food complex. And then we survey retailers about pricing power. We've been doing a systematically for over a decade. And that's dropped ten points in the past three weeks. And they have excess inventories, and so they're having to do some discounting. So if I may elaborate one more point, probably 6 months ago, I was collecting, I always collect anecdotal evidence, but I had two people in two days, tell me that they were having to pay up to $25 to get a dishwasher. One in Minnesota and one in South Carolina. And I know, wow, I had a guy tell me who does light manufacturing in Florida. He'd go from 14 to 15 to 16 to 17 to $18 and now he was getting workers back in. I don't think wages are going to go down by any means, but I think we might be seeing some light at the end of the tunnel here on inflation. Are we worried about consumer spending at all? I mean, is that what we wanted to come off? Because the consumer certainly numbers were down. And it's sort of a trend right now. So you know the story, but I'll say it again. So income in today's numbers was up about half a percent or 6% annual rate. It's been running. It's probably up 11% year on year on year. Nominal income. Now, it turns out that inflation is like 7% or 6%. And so the income is there, but it's all being eaten up in price. So the real that's left over is only like one or 2%. In this latest month, it was down slightly. As long as the income is there, I think the spending is there. And if I could continue to be on your program or your wish list, please welcome I'm such a I've studied this so much. We've never, ever had a recession without an inverted yield curve. I go back to 1929, not that I was there, but 1929 and then Japan in 1989 and 2007, your current inverted would get a recession. And now the curve is bond yields at three or something and fed funds that two or so. You've still got a pretty steep yield curve. One of the things that's different this time is the pandemic. We've never had a pandemic like that. Certainly in a hundred years. And part of it is the supply shock. One of the reasons I really follow all your research so carefully is what you say about the supply chain. And one of the data showing is, are we starting to unravel the knots and stuff? Some slow process probably. And there's still like this auto inventories are still low. But I'm glad you brought that up because as a point, I really would like to make. We had the pandemic. We have big fiscal stimulus. We had QE zero rates. And we had the fastest money growth in 8 decades. 30% and when you get extreme like that, you're going to get inflation. And you happen at the same time to have bottlenecks. So it's a real bad cocktail. Well, one of the things I saw in your June report was our money supply growth is slowing down. And Europe is as well. China is going the other way. So China is really an outlier here. I'd like to continue to discuss with you
"kamiya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Including New York and Boston Two British teenagers are in custody as part of the investigation into a standoff at a synagogue in Texas over the weekend Police in Manchester England arrested the teens for questioning in connection with the hostage situation Saturday at a synagogue near Dallas National security adviser Jake Sullivan calls the incident an act of terrorism The Department of Homeland Security the FBI and law enforcement and intelligence agency is working intensively to get a full picture of what this person's motives were appearing on CBS's face the nation Sullivan urged Americans to be vigilant of anti semitism and violence at places of worship for people were taken hostage Saturday in a standoff that lasted nearly 12 hours before the suspect identified as a 44 year old British national was killed by law enforcement The U.S. Surgeon General says the acron surge is not over yet We are seeing high case numbers in hospitalization rates as you mentioned And we're also seeing strain in many of our hospitals around the country Appearing on CBS's State of the Union Surgeon General Vivek Murthy noted that not all areas of the U.S. are at the same place in their battle with the variant so peaks will be staggered over the next several weeks However he did point to encouraging data from New York and other pockets of the northeast with a number of cases appear to be leveling off or even declining The Australian open is officially underway on the men's side succeeded Rafael Nadal advanced to the second round with a straight set win over Marcus giron on the women's side defending champion Naomi Osaka moved on with a straight set victory over Maria kamiya osario Serrano There's no trading on Wall Street today with both the stock and bond markets close for Martin Luther King Jr. day I'm Michael kosner Martin Luther King the third and his family kicked off the holiday honoring his father with a rally against the Senate's filibuster rule TRE Thomas reports The late civil rights icon son took aim at democratic senator kyrsten sinema of Arizona on Saturday King said cinema's speech last week opposing changes to the filibuster means she supports voting rights but not as much as she supports the ability to take those rights away The filibuster requires 60 votes to pass most legislation in the Senate with a 50 50 split the Democrats voting rights bill has no chance of passing unless the filibuster is changed Political strategist James carville is telling Democrats to stop being a whiny party What you do chuck is you run on what you got You don't run on what you didn't get And the stuff you got is pretty good Appearing on NBC's meet the press carville noted achievements of his party including low child poverty rates and the creation of millions of jobs despite President Biden's sinking approval rating He told Democrats to gloat and promote the accomplishments of the past year carpal also pointed to legislative shortcomings like Bill back better and voting rights as platforms to run on in 2022 The former chairman of the House committee on Homeland Security says the U.S. is in a new Cold War with Russia I do because I think Putin against smells weakness here he knows if he's ever going to invade Ukraine now is the time Texas Republican Michael McCall made the comment on CNN's State of the Union A Pennsylvania man is celebrating yet another lottery winds got car with more Mike Luciano of Altoona Pennsylvania is now a four time lottery winner after winning a half a $1 million in a state lottery a year ago 3 million from a scratch off ticket in 2016 a $100,000 back in 1999 but earlier this month the 55 year old bought a $20 scratch off ticket and hit the $1 million jackpot I'm Michael castner And I'm Anne cates from the Bloomberg newsroom The head of target predicts American consumers will drive less and consolidate their shopping into fewer trips as they adjust to more expensive gasoline and the highest rate of inflation in almost four decades Chief executive officer Brian Cornell speaking at the national retail federation event also thinks people will be more likely to eat at home and buy cheaper generic goods as prices continue to rise Consumer prices soared almost 7% last year the fastest 12 month pace since mid 1982 Walmart meanwhile is preparing to create its own cryptocurrency and collection of non fungible tokens The world's largest retailers seeking several new trademarks with a filing showing at intends to make and sell virtual goods such as electronics decor toys sporting goods and personal care products and step into the emerging metaverse Urban beekeeping may be all the buzz but a new study has uncovered some problems Bloomberg's Nancy alliance reports a new study of cities across Switzerland finds the rise in registered beehives grew from 3100 in 2012 to 9320 18 But none of the cities had adequate green space to support the bees Ecologist with the Swiss federal institute for far snow and landscape research said they were just not enough flowers and other plantings for the pollinators One solution being.
"kamiya" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
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"kamiya" Discussed on WTOP
"President Biden and Russia's Vladimir Putin will hold their first summit June 16th in Geneva. CBS is Kamiya McCormick being added to President Biden's first international trip to Britain and then Brussels, where he will attend a NATO summit. Mr. Biden first proposed the call in April. Relations between Washington and Moscow have been plummeting. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says They will discuss the full range of pressing issues as we seek to restore predictability and stability to the U. S. Russia relationship. This will include nuclear proliferation climate change. And the pandemic. White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy. It's certainly not the first time the two leaders will have met. But this summit in the city where Gorbachev met Reagan in 1985 comes as tensions between the U. S and Russia approach. New Cold War level highs. White House as the mid June meeting in Geneva is aimed at restoring predictability and stability to the relationship. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodri Yes, America's top diplomat is visiting the Middle East's It's an effort to stabilize the ceasefire, Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and promised to reach out to war to Orange, Gaza to support urgent humanitarian reconstruction assistance for Gaza. Benefit the Palestinian people. Blinken said. Reconstruction must not benefit Hamas, and he also reiterated the strong U. S commitment to Israel's security. Robert Berger, CBS NEWS Jerusalem Secretary Blink in is also meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas..
"kamiya" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Have taken steps in the last year to address the concerns of residents who believe the police department should be reformed or two funded. Just last week, the mayor outline policing proposals reemphasized or introduced after George Floyd's death. Handing neck restraints and choke holds in banning most no knock warrants were among them has enough changed has anything changed? I think that all the change is still in progress. Police reform legislation is stalled in the Senate Democrat Cory Booker tells CBS this morning really hopeful that we can get something done in the weeks ahead, Not months. George Floyd's family will meet privately with President Biden today. Will be fully vaccinated. Ah second drug maker says it will apply for FDA approval to provide shots Two adolescents CBS is Kamiya McCormack. Madonna said today that it's vaccines. There were no covert cases among those given two doses of the vaccine. It also appears to be 93% effective after just the first dose. Visor Shots have already been approved for that age group. The L A Times says California is bracing for the height of a baby bust with 50,000 fewer births this year. The paper cites the pandemic affordable, long lasting I. Udi's On the increasing cost of living. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in the West Bank this hour for a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as part of an effort to broker a more lasting peace after last week ceasefire lot of hard work ahead To restore hope, respect and some trust across communities. Lincoln met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu earlier today. Here in the U. S shoppers knew must haves are changing. CBS's Jim Crow Sula explains. With masked coming off vaccinations up and people heading out stars. They're saying double digit increases in sales of.
"kamiya" Discussed on WTOP
"The mayor, outline policing proposals reemphasized or Has enough changed has anything changed? I think that all the change is still in progress. George Floyd's family will meet privately with President Biden at the White House today. There may be a second Cupid shot approved for adolescent Soon. CBS is Kamiya. McCormick cast details. Moderna says It's study of its covert 19 vaccine and adolescents found no cases observed in those who'd been given two doses. And a very high protection after just the first does the study involved 12 to 18 year old. The company now plans to submit the data to regulators early next month and says it's encouraged it's highly effective. Visors is currently the only one allowed for 12 to 18 year Olds. L. A Schools are following New York City's lead this fall. Superintendent Austin Buechner Elementary School students were being campus five days a week, Middle school and high school students who got campus five days a week. Secretary of state Blinken is on a Middle East peace mission, his first up Jerusalem. He spoke after meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Today We believe that Palestinians and Israelis equally deserved to live safely and securely to enjoy equal measures of freedom, opportunity and democracy to be treated with dignity. Lincoln meets with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas next new reaction to Belarus, forcing a passenger plane from the sky to arrest a prominent dissident. CBS is Vicki Barker is at the Foreign desk. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has just called for the immediate release of the journalist who told fellow passengers the regime planned to kill him. And Eve leaders have banned the country's aircraft from European skies and ordered you carriers to avoid Belarusian airspace. Feel like you're reaching your pandemic work limit. CBS is Diane King Hall says. A lot of us are 44% of working professionals say they feel more burned out today than they did a year ago. That's according to a survey by staffing firm Robert half, with one and four workers, saying they didn't use paid time off last year. One third plan to take off at least three weeks. This year. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p AP.
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"Of the embassy in Kabul to leave Afghanistan as the U. S. Begins withdrawing troops more from CBS is Kamiya Corner. The State Department is ordering all government employees out of Kabul if they can do their work elsewhere. The order came in a travel advisory just last week. The general in charge of the U. S Central Command, said he wasn't sure if Afghanistan is the host country. Would protect the embassy and it was one of his greatest concerns. A review has been underway for the British government, also advising all of its citizens to leave the country. Humans aren't the only ones getting vaccinated this spring. WBC's Tim Dunn tells us the state is trying to stop Rabies from spreading. Starting on Monday, wildlife officials begin distributing 68,000 oral Rabies vaccine Bates and plummets and marketable counties. It's part of an effort to keep any Rabies outbreak on mainland Massachusetts and off Cape Cod. The beach are being distributed by a low flying helicopter and wildlife biologist with the U. S Department of Agriculture Brian York Lynn says the helicopter lets them drop the beats more accurately flying at about 500 ft. So we are really able to pinpoint where we put these Bates on the landscape York Lynn says the base will be distributed in wooded areas and away from neighborhoods. To distribute these baits in areas of high quality of raccoon Coyote and fox Habitat basically dropped in the mainland. Starting May 3rd from Lake Filiberto, born and up to Kingston on May 10 still start getting dropped on the cave from the canal out to West Barnstable. Tim Don WBZ Boston's news radio vineyard Vines will raise money to support injured Bishop Fee and hockey player A. J. Quetta. On Thursday. Shoppers at the store had legacy place in denim will get 10% off purchases that money will go towards the family. The hockey player currently is in a spinal court rehab facility in Atlanta and plans to return to Massachusetts next month. Patriots were saying good bye to one of their most dedicated fans who spent in the stands since the very beginning when the Patriots made their debut in 1960. They weren't very good, but Tom Glen from Gloucester was there anyways. I just buy the tickets go because no one's going to the game. That's his daughter, Mona, she says by 1966. Her dad had season tickets. Another fan by the name of Robert Kraft sat behind him. Obviously, Mr Kraft got a bit of an upgrade later on, but so did Tom. When the new Gillette Stadium was built in 2002, he got two aisle seats, front row 50 yards. Line, and that's where you could find Tom and nearly every home game until he passed away. Last week. His family believes he was the longest tenured season ticket holder Robert Kraft himself reached out to the Glen family, saying in part as a Navy veteran, Thomas was a true patriot. Long before he became one of our longest tenured fans. I read that too, Mona The difficult times that Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio, an investigation after a deadly crash on 4 95 south pounded to express state police say the crash happened a little after one this morning. One vehicle was involved so far. Officials only say the victim was a male 3 38. Let's head off to Wall Street and through all day is at Bloomberg. We may if we keep trying, squeeze out another record today. It's possible. Yeah, we do not have stock indexes higher across the board. But two of three are up right now. The Dow gaining 49 S and P 500 up four. Any game today for the S and P would be a new all time high. The NASDAQ, which also closed at the record yesterday. Is still losing 39 right now as more people return to their offices. Three M says it's office supply business is ticking higher, but also says mask demand remains brisk. The company, which last year was thought about mainly for its and 95 masks, remains worried about the rising costs of raw materials and ongoing supply chain challenges that has three armchairs. Losing about 3%. Today, there is hope more people will be doing more spending as a pandemic begins to wane. Consumer confidence is measured by the conference board today rose this month to a pandemic era. Hi Andro to Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio..
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"Makers own research offers a fresh look at how long protection from the coronavirus might last. CBS is Kamiya McCormick. A lot of researchers are looking into how long these vaccines protect us and whether we'll need booster shots. Advisor said this morning, it's vaccine is more than 91% effective for at least six months. The company has been studying thousands of fully vaccinated people in the months after they got their second shots. The company says its vaccine also proved to be very effective against the variant. First detective in South Africa variants have been another concern of health experts.
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"It's supposed to be all of the absolute best. That have ever played it. I think there's a there's a fine line between being too strict. And if you're not gonna take any of the so called peds abusers, and all of that And then you got an issue with for a different reason. With the bloody sock and You know, obviously Omar and what's going on with him. Now, then, you know you want to find line where it's not too many that it's not zero. Either, but we didn't have an induction last summer. So you know cheater of the women, Larry Walker, no matter what happens, and it may be that We don't have anybody going from the class of 2021. Which path Alison did say happening. 2013 u also reminded us that happened 96. So it has happened, But, um I wondered about you. Where's Jeff? Candace Farr's years on the ballot. Is he running out of time as well? Enjoy the game. Or there is the holder. Little slow, you know is coming. Yeah, No, He's messed around with Ralph. I think I was too Ralph. Yeah. He's only on your four. What was that? It can't can't you? He's only in Jeff. Did he retire? He just want five years after. So he retired nine years ago. Wow. Yeah, so he's okay. Where is like you? Said Berry and Clemens and Schilling. This is number nine. So they've only got one after this. We will get to the caboose. Pistol Sorry was looking could boost things and there are great stories that will top yesterday's one of the things that's very interesting is in the Chronicle did this today. You know, cameo made, so they do I mean, Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. You want Kamiya? I've actually met the great artist Cameo. No, I'm not on that. Are you? Are you the cameo dot com? No. Yes, The Chronicle wrote about what it costs for local athletes. They they did a rundown of local athletes. Cameo on what will cost will go over that There is an interesting story about a man and why his wife attacked him. And then she had to go. Oh, I'm sorry. There was that one. Where's the other one? Uh, see people cutting in lying for vaccines that, uh oh. This is a good one. Something you could do for Valentine's Day will give you that one. That's why others there is a There's a cavalcade of stories today. A cavalcade So you fooled me on Cam. Er, not sure going. Word up. That's definitely great song. Wait. Please come back with cameo because we may start with that cameo story, So yes, all right. There we go. The world famous world class could boost pistols. Next. Only here on the SportsCenter thesis is Papa in Lund Live on FM, DC's knbr 1045 and 6 80, these sports leader Brady and the Bucks team sport. It's a tough journey to get here. Homes in the chief's, but she has to repeat and get to do it against long regret is not the greatest quarterback of all time, and I'm excited for the opportunity. A goat versus the product. When Brady won his first Super Bowl, Mahomes was in kindergarten. Will party with the Lombardi. The underdogs, led by the QB with six rings is going to his tent, Super Bowl Super Bowl before the reigning champions. Good looking outfit right there, boy champs. We are your exclusive home of 40. Niners football. If the 40 Niners lost Nick Moza but gained the Shawn Watson. I think they're better. I'm not trading their closest Super Bowl 55 find it much easier to root for Tom Brady as a bucket here. KNBR 1045 and six These sports leader, man..
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"Christopher the idea to Rod the world's most famous sled dog race. Losing another major sponsor is it prepares for a scaled back version of this year's race? Because of the pandemic? Exxon Mobil confirming this week that the oil giant will drop its sponsorship of the traditional I did a Rod. After the 2021 running. The move comes after Exxon Mobil, which is been a race sponsor since the late seventies, received pressure from one of its shareholders and the racist biggest critic being the people for the Ethical Treatment of Animals who shares race has been shortened by the way to only 860 miles instead of the usual 1000 mile route. The race will start on March 7th and and your Anchorage It will not go to Nome as usual. A suburban Seattle man advertising is supposed covered 19 vaccine said. He created it in his personal lab, and now he's been arrested. Report of Johnny T Shine facing a misdemeanor charge of introducing misbranded drugs into interstate commerce, according to the U. S attorney for the Western District of Washington, Stein advertised injections. Of the supposed vaccine he created for $400 on his personal Facebook page last year. At that time, there was no authorized covert 19 vaccine on the market. It wasn't immediately known. Einstein had a lawyer to comment on his case He could face up to one year in prison if convicted. Employment. Security Department Commissioner Susie Levine, who came under fire for delays and unemployment benefit payments, and also the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars to fraud during a pandemic, is leaving her position to join the administration of President Joe Biden. According to a news release this week. Levine's departure effective the 1st February There are no details of her new position released. We did hear the deputy commissioner Kamiya FEEK will serve as acting commissioner until Governor Jay Inslee appoints a permanent replacement. And Governor Kate Brown in Oregon, defending her decision to reject federal guidelines and prior to rise teachers for the covert 19 vaccine before the elderly, she says of all of Oregon seniors were vaccinated. First teachers would likely not be vaccinated. Before the school year in many students were not returned to in person learning. In addition, she says, officials from the Oregon Health Authority presented a new vaccination timeline that delays the eligibility for seniors 65 to 69 years old to be vaccinated. Until March, 7th and those 70 to 74 would be pushed back to February. 28th. You're listening to come on news coronavirus recovery face, One will stand place. We're told across our state for a least another week. That's the word from the Department of Health, which means the current restrictions will remain in place for now, in order to be in loosening those restrictions, with the move to phase two. States, eight regions must individually show a 10% decline in the rate of new covert 19 infections and hospital admissions. There are other benchmarks. The must also be met, including covert test positive rates and intensive carrying a bed occupancy. The next update on faces from the Department of Health is set for next Friday. Colonial Comeau news. What makes Mayor Pete a good choice for Secretary of transportation. I'm Corwin Hate with York Homo extra. I am a very excited that the president has nominated mayor people to judge to run the transportation agency. Despite Washington U. S Senator Maria Cantwell is endorsement eyebrows rose high when then President elect Biden announced he would nominate the former South Bend, Indiana mayor to lead the D O T. Mayor Pete is not considered a heavyweight in the world of big transit and mobility projects. But during his confirmation hearing this past week, can't well checked off. Put a judge's qualifying accomplishment. South Bend's Smart Streets initiative.
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"Million shots were administered yesterday. In some places, though it's still slow going. Here's CBS is Kamiya McCormick in Mississippi, where so many people tried to get appointments. They ran out of the vaccine. I was currently number 6160 born. I think it's seven o'clock this morning, I was number 5055 in the queue to Alabama, which ranks the last in the number of people vaccinated there been satisfaction with the process. So far no on New York's Long Island, where many tried to log onto a Web site for appointments, just like buying concert tickets just kept trying. Refreshing, refreshing, refreshing. Many states are trying to balance allowing more people to be vaccinated, with their currently limited supplies, like Biden unveils his virus action plan later today will focus on a mass vaccination effort and more government coordination. Washington Post reports. The National Mall will be closed on Inauguration Day. Next Wednesday. CBS Jeff to Gaze says that day will feature a major show of force. Threats of more extremist violence circulate online filled with comments like Round 21 January 20th this time no mercy. Trump will be sworn in for a second term, even if we have to burn D C to the ground. CBS is Nancy Curtis tells us now that the House is impeached President Trump for a second time, attention's focused on the Senate. Mitch McConnell's very unclear what the Senate leader will do at the end of the day, and we're not the only ones who are watching because a lot of Senate Republicans.