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Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona dies at 60

TIME's Top Stories

03:24 min | 2 months ago

Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona dies at 60

"Are expected to pay their respects in buenos aires. Thursday as maradonas coffin lies in state at the casa rosada or pink house presidential palace. In naples where. Madonna led napoli to italian league championships in nineteen eighty-seven and nineteen ninety. Thousands of people congregated in streets and in front of the studio sao paulo to sing swap stories and mourn. He was the first power figure that united the world of football says kantor everyone regardless of their nationality wanted to see him play because of his magic. He made argentina famous around the world. He made napoli famous around the world. It's very hard for any reader to understand what he meant for. Napoli the very poor southern city in italy that no one paid attention to and suddenly this kid put napoli on the map playing soccer and rebelled against the industrial north and beat the powerhouses of milan and event events. An inter. who were the more important and powerful teams not only in italy but in the and europe especially maradona hailed from a shantytown on the outskirts of buenos aires and made his professional debut with the club. Argentinos juniors when he was fifteen. I was in the stadium for his first game. Says in reggae mail. A florida psychologist. Who grew up in buenos aires. Now that's become a myth. A million people now say they were there. But i really was. I promise mel talked to his niece in buenos aires on wednesday she said the streets were eerily silent like a cemetery during the day of madonna's death but nineteen eighty six argentina england world cup quarter-final the game in which maradona certified his legend carried particular significance for argentina following the nineteen eighty two falklands war england prevailed in the military conflict with argentina over sovereignty of the archipelago. Some three hundred miles off of argentina's southern coast maradona scoring the first goal with the hand of god and the second goal being the greatest golden history. It gave the argentinians some type or redemption against the english says kantor on the world cup stage and donna could not replicate the nineteen eighty six title while he was still brilliant at the nineteen ninety world cup. Argentina lost to west germany in the final in nineteen ninety four in the united states. He was kicked out of the tournament for testing positive. For ephedrine better donnas demons were well-documented. He struggled with drug addiction. Voracious appetites before wednesday. He dodged several near death experiences. Diego had died so many times before. Kantor it's incredible that he lived this long despite his imperfections. Maradona will be mourned. The world over champions league games had moments of silence. One coach recommended that madonna's number ten be retired throughout world soccer. The vatican announced that pope francis was keeping madonna in his prayers. Undoubtedly for me. He is the greatest player of all time says cantor. He played in an era much different than today. It was more physical game. He was butchered in every single game that he played and he excelled. He had the ball glued to his left foot. His center of gravity was so low. He was just a magician with the ball. An artist poetry in motion.

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The Latest: Dodgers win 1st World Series title since 1988

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: Dodgers win 1st World Series title since 1988

"The pivotal decision in game six was made by rays manager Kevin cash who elected to pull starting pitcher Blake Snell Snell struck out nine and allowed just two hits while throwing only seventy three pitches over five and a third innings but cash decided snow it had enough after Austin Barnes singled out both of his best after the guy got on base Barnes at the single didn't want movie CMO gear Seger ASEAN's like third time internet Kantor said who quickly surrendered a double to Mookie Betts and a run scoring wild pitch that's later scored the tiebreaking run on a fielder's choice then homered in the eighth for the final run in the three to one World Series clinching win over the rays I'm Dave Ferrie

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"kantor" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"kantor" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

"On, with the show. Once upon a time, it was a girl named Ada. She loved machines. Ada Byron was born in London? More than two hundred years ago to parents who were polar opposites. Her. Father. Lord Byron was a famous poet known for doing some over the top and unusual things. He said to have kept to aim bear as a pet in his college dorm room. Lady Byron on the other hand was a proper gentlewoman with little patience for his antics. To make matters worse Lord Byron. Drank too much, and was often unkind to his wife. So, Ada was just five weeks old her parents short marriage ended. An Ada would never see her father again. Now Lady Byron with a single mother and her top priority was making short. Ada didn't grow up to be anything like her father. She decided that there was just one cure for any eccentric tendencies eight, a may have inherited. Mathematics. Lady Byron hired tutors for Ada and planned a rigorous schedule of study. She studied history geography and music, but her mother was most concerned with her mouth and science lessons. To her these subjects were the opposite poetry. When eighty began studying mathematics, she was fascinated by the curious ways, formulas could be transformed. Said, she couldn't help but imagine them as magical fairies that changed shapes as they pleased. Despite Lady Byron's best. Efforts. Found poetry. Numbers A. I'm Jodi. Kantor. And this is good for rebel boroughs. Fairytale podcast about the extraordinary women who inspire us. This. Week. Eight a lovely. Mother was often sick and her doctors prescribed long trips to spa resorts, serene places with fresh air where she could recover. So Our Lady Byron was away eight estate at their country house with her governesses and tutors who were nowhere near as strict as her mother. After her lessons were done, lead, eat a wander in the garden with her best friend, a cat named Mrs Puff. When Ito was twelve years old, she'd sit in the garden with Mrs, Pathan and watch the birds. Occasionally, they'd swooped down to eat bits of stale crumbs in the grass. It was then that she could get closer long. Edelweiss transfixed. She wanted to figure out how birds fly. So that one day. She could fly to. She began her own study of flight. Mrs. Path does in the grass next to her aided through sketches and took notes. She was engaged in her own analytical study asking how fast does Bernie to flap its wings, how bigger wings compared to a bird's body. Every detail was an important part of the puzzle..

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"kantor" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:38 min | 7 months ago

"kantor" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"I'm Larry Kantor wins news time at the tone one thirty Donavan judge in Oklahoma has rejected a lawsuit asking that code nineteen safety measures required president trump's campaign rally this Saturday it also is being held at a ninety thousand seat arena lower Paul tomorrow says inside events like that are considered super spreaders of the virus by health officials but the venue won't choirmaster social distancing correspondent Karen Travers has for during the found she told the daily beast on Tuesday during the newfound she told the daily beast on Tuesday he personally would not attend president trump's rally in Tulsa Saturday because he's older which places him at a higher risk founded on the publication that when it comes to political rallies quote outside is better than inside no crowd is better than crowd he also added quote crowd is better than big crowds the rally say can hold nineteen thousand people the trump campaign says it takes the health and safety of its rally goers seriously and is taking precautions including temperature Jackson handing out face masks and hand sanitizer campaign sources tell A. B. C. there is currently no plan to implement social distancing measures inside the event attendees are being required to sign waivers promising not to blame the trump campaign if they do catch the virus later today the president will report the results of a task force looking into how to improve mental health and stop suicide among military veterans miscues time when traffic and transit that with Greg rice we go to the beach this is a westbound before Hamilton Avenue in looking at a broken down SUV in the left lane for the better part of a couple of hours right now on the jam camp I see a tow truck showing up to hopefully assist with this but as it stands you stand still for McGuinness Boulevard all the way on down to Hamilton Avenue getting worse in queens on the eastbound Long Island expressway from the beach we over to queens Boulevard and it's like you're so used to the van week at least the Grand Central get your home better as long as you are not a truck van we construction either way towards Atlantic Avenue blocking a lane and backing you up here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels inbound George you've got a good go to the upper lower the west side the best about cross Bronx the worst of it V. a Lincoln tunnel ten either way hauling about ten in ten to fifteen on the outbound ride out of Westchester the south bend saw mill into the Bronx and on to the Henry Hudson things are a bit slow at this hour south bend Deegan through a combination that will do better city want alternate side suspended through Sunday but feed the meters traffic sponsored by ocean edge resort I'm Greg rice on ten ten wins and now the accu weather four day forecast let's check in with meteorologist John fear EC intervals of clouds and sunshine for this afternoon more clouds for the south.

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Governor Cuomo And Mayor De Blasio Agree: Subway Homeless Must Go

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 9 months ago

Governor Cuomo And Mayor De Blasio Agree: Subway Homeless Must Go

"A lot of homeless people have been attracted to empty or nearly empty subway cars angry governor Cuomo lashing out of the problem of the homeless crowding subway cars telling ten ten wins is Larry Kantor it's not good for anyone this is not helping the homeless letting them sleep on the trains in the middle of a global pandemic Cuomo wants the MTA to come up with a plan in two days anyone's trains disinfected every night the mayor says it's not a new problem the way to stop that is to support those people and help them come in and accept housing but also to disrupt the pattern the Blasi proposing closing ten terminal stations overnight clearing them out and cleaning them out transliterating Susan Richard on ten ten wins calling for city help in all stations although the NYPD out and all that outreach workers I need band and all of our and divine face and if I am Berg says the mayor's plan to shut stations overnight just causes problems for riders enforcement she says is what's really

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Virus outbreak damaging scholarship chances for spring sports athletes

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Virus outbreak damaging scholarship chances for spring sports athletes

"The nation's focus lately is on the postponement of professional sports events because of the corona virus pandemic but high school athletes are also feeling the effects in Farmington Missouri south of Saint Louis varsity tennis coach Andrew cantor has concerns that cancellation of matches could call seniors an opportunity to play in college it's really unfortunate and it's it's unfortunate for their athletic careers because I think I have one player I hate with hate with ambitions of going and playing maybe somewhere and I'm I'm not sure if this is going to hurt that and I hate that for him and I'm gonna do everything that I can to help him get thirteen seasons Kantor's boys teams have a record of one twenty eight and sixty two his girls teams are eighty seven fifty nine seasons of my career it's

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Straight-talking Fauci explains outbreak to a worried nation

Newell Normand

08:12 min | 10 months ago

Straight-talking Fauci explains outbreak to a worried nation

"The National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases director Anthony Fauci says that he expects Americans to be stuck inside or at least the next several weeks as measures to flatten the curve ramp up he also says that he cannot see that all of a sudden then the next week or two but now that it's going to be over don't think there's a chance of that he also provides that officials would likely won't know whether measures to flatten the curve a working until later this spring joining us on a lot as Dr Joe cantor assistant state health officer Dr Kantor welcome to the show thank you Sir good morning it's good to be back with you thank you Sir let's first doctor go five cheese comments up you know a lot of people have this expectation that in ten days twelve days or so that this event will begin to reveal itself in a more profound way and that we might be on the back side of route that you know of reaching recovery your thoughts well a couple thoughts on that you know I think doctors found she of highways just just been a real voice of clarity in all of this I am trying to watch everything that he says because he's he's so good at explaining these things and I was giving good advice the revolution but he looking at this from a national perspective and so you had outbreaks occurring across the country a couple weeks apart you know word work couple weeks behind Seattle for example so you take that in aggregate for the country I think he's absolutely right good take on you know a month or two before you can really see what we're doing and what the effects are I don't think that's particularly accurate for for down here you know in the greater New Orleans region we are farther along in this outbreak than most people in the country are and I would expect us to get information on how effective were being certainly sooner then we will for the country at large not that there is a lack coming because you know for example a case that will get reported as positive today that swab might've been swabbed for five days ago it might have become symptomatic two three days prior to that and that patient was typically exposed an average of five days prior to that it could be as long as fourteen days prior to that so there is a lag time from an intervention that hits now until when you see the results coming in in terms of you know the hopeful decrease indications so as of today we reporting I think over eight hundred cases of about thirty four hundred ninety eight tested thirty six of a little over half of the parishes now affected here if I'm hearing you correctly you believe that we reach the peak in two weeks three weeks hi I don't know yet I really couldn't say about that that you know time will tell you know one of the effects of what in the current political successful is you might actually people that later if you successfully platform the card right which would be welcome news for us so you know it it's hard to project when you know when people want to know when this is going to be over and and I can't answer that right now yeah I mean it's the one question I get all the time who you know I was walking down yeah my wife and I in the neighborhood and and got that question the other day a lot of people you know want to know is it two months is it a month that's what I'm in the angst and anxiety is growing out there trying to figure out when this will land it's one of those questions that I have difficulty getting my head around we know that and when we think about a series of concentric circles that the smallest circle being locked down right where everybody's just got it comma lockdown in place you go know where everything's closed and we understand how that's going as we look at the curve and and in the reported cases do you have any thought about how we come out of this at at what point does does it become a a situation where one can say okay coast is clear everyone can can now leave their homes I think there will be a a general consensus that yep things are at least flattening it's not getting better right now it is clear things are getting worse and I don't even think that were in the roughest part of this yet but the roughest part of this is when the hospitals are you know about capacity and that that hasn't happened yet it's coming no question this hasn't happened yet that's really you know all the measures that were during now that's the end intention is to prevent this massive surge of sick patients all at once in the hospitals and we're still we're still a week or two away from really being in the middle of that so I think folks want to sense when things have not planned off but to be clear and and and and the governor's office clear about this yesterday to you know we're not there yet all yeah I mean when we look at the curve in comparison to Italy and we see that we are experiencing you know per capita something steeper obviously that creates pause and you know you're wondering how this is all gonna gonna play out in talking to a number of health care officials over the over this weekend this personal protection equipment shortage seems to be something that's really hitting a crisis level not only here but across the country any thoughts on that degree I couldn't agree more spending time in in one of the E. ours this weekend speaking with colleagues nurses and so forth it's not a not a great place to be at the moment you cannot health care workers and and you know and I included in that definition everyone that works in the hospital from from people that are you know helping keep their rooms clean the demon doing janitorial tasks and everything in there you got health care workers who are putting themselves on the front lines yeah on it in a frightening pandemic personal question about that method they're showing up to work in and they're working very long hours there's actually a a long line that you can get into the hospital because every single person whether an employer not get their temperature checked upon walking in the people are working long hours and cannot do oftentimes being asked to do so without all the equipment that they were ideally half asking the after concert concert this protective equipment and and the rationale that's not a great place to be than all every doctor and nurse and I know I'm going to continue showing up to work because that's who they are and you're honest to god here I cannot tell you how it on I am of my colleagues on the front lawn to the user honest to god here is that our showing up to work working long long hours the end and doing so at some risk to themselves and not always being given that the full department department that they are ideally should have I think yeah I think that would be a great time for people if you know someone that works in a hospital just to reach out to him and let him know that you're thinking of you support him show some love give the text message do what you can do it to let them know that their efforts are

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Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:29 min | 11 months ago

Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions

"Are talking this hour about the verdict handed down yesterday in the case against Harvey Weinstein. And what if any work remains to be done in the metoo movement and whether or not yesterday's verdict was a watershed moment in the metoo movement? I'm joined by a team. Goss graves. She's president and CEO of the National Women's Law Center and co-founder of Times Up Legal Defense Fund and joining us. Now from New York is Jodi Kantor. Jody along with her colleague. Megan twohey both from the New York. Times they are Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporters who first broke the story about Harvey Weinstein and his sexual harassment behavior to say the least Jodie and Megan are co authors of the two thousand eighteen book. She said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi Kantor welcome to on point. Glad to be with you so first of all I. Have you been in touch with many of the women who even speaking to over the years in the in the wake of the Weinstein verdict yesterday and if so what have they told you I had? I actually delivered the news. Tash Lee Judd. Yesterday I called her Emmy told her. I just really a few minutes after the guilty verdict. What had happened and she took a second and he just said this is the way it's supposed to be. This is the way it's supposed to be. And then what did? What did she mean by that? What more does she tell you? I think what team anticipated. Harvey Weinstein signature is lack of accountability. This is a man who manipulated people. Who PRESSURED THEM TO SIGN? Nondisclosure AGREEMENTS PAID PEOPLE OFF Often intimidated and threatened people according to numerous sources and former employees and the idea that he is finally facing accountability. I think meant a tremendous amount to different people. Some people felt closer people. Some people felt Satisfaction. But I think when you look at the power of me too. It's really accountability. That's driven the whole thing. The idea that there are consequences for this kind of behavior is what caused other people to come forward in the first place. Jodi you've been following this story for so long now. I wonder what you make. Of the fact that he was found guilty on those on those two counts against him but but not but not all of them. What's what is the the the implications of that. It was a mixed verdict. Which I think is actually pretty symbolic of me to that. It is very hard to resolve these issues in society and remember that the jury was charged with interpreting a lot of complicated questions about consent. This was by no means You know a sort of Straightforward set of allegations. And so. I think I think we as the Society of the lot of these jurors we ask them to go into a room and resolve things that the rest of us have not really worked out And the U. and Megan wrote a story just yesterday for the Times Following the the the verdict. And it you point out your remind us of the two thousand eighteen verdict against bill cosby the Cosby and the Weinstein verdicts taken together. Do you think that we're we're seeing a change in terms of as you're making put it end of story people's acceptance of the quote messy -ness of these kinds of cases and what it takes to prove? What happened in a court of law? That's the question I mean either. To very high profile cases but especially in the Weinstein trial part of the significance of the verdict comes from the fact that this was a really long shot case in a lot of ways. It was risky for the prosecutors. Some fellow prosecutors didn't even think the New York Attorney New York. Da was right to miss soured And so then the fact that they won this victory means that they may have done something to shift andries of sex crimes prosecutions and whose stories get hurt annoy only heavy for another minute or two more. Jodi because I imagine you're still very busy but there is no problem. I just WanNa ask you one last question. I mean as I'm just wondering if I could ask you to step just a hair outside your role as a as a reporter for a moment and just reflect with me on what this moment meant to you and to Megan in terms of all the work that you put in to do the investigations that drove this issue into the public mind. What does the verdict mean to you? Well thank you for asking. That mean when I would say is that the meaning of this work was clear to me from within the very first phone calls to the very first braves women who told us their stories and we did this work without knowing what we would find what we are others would uncover. What the extent of the allegations are now we can see crimes would turn out to be and we hit the way. Yeah whether Weinstein would be prosecuted or not and and and what would result from that prosecution? You do the story just to find the truth. Knowing the journalism may be the only form of count ability that he faces or knowing that it could lead to something more we'll Jodi cantor is the Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter for The New York Times Co author with Megan. Twohey of she said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi thank you very much. Thank you take care.

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Massachusetts serial pooper arrested after police catch her defecating in parking lot: reports

Dan O'Donnell

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Massachusetts serial pooper arrested after police catch her defecating in parking lot: reports

"Today is this becoming a saying mad Cooper's people who poop in public places and then leave that's exactly what I'm talking about the teacher in Milton Wisconsin now we've got a woman in Massachusetts who is accused of defecating in the parking lot of a story made up for months well she was arrested Wednesday after she was caught in the act her name is Andrea grocer she's fifty one years old and she's been charged with eight counts of wanton destruction of property after a native police officer said he saw her defecating outside the Natick outdoor store around seven AM police were first alerted to the serial pooper in December when Henry canner the store's owner reported human feces there on eight separate occasions in October that's right each charge was a separate dot Lee's began investigating initially believing it might be an animal but these crab gum shoes found toilet paper and other wives which animals would not have access to I that's how they determined it was a human pope okay grocer was pulled over after driving off and told police that she was on her way to a home on the street where she worked as a nanny but stopped because she has your double bowel syndrome according to the arrest report however I'm telling you that native police department they are on top of this they went to the employer and confirm that ms grocer does indeed have access to a bathroom so she could have been pooping at their house but instead chose to poop outside of the store Kantor told local news outlet I'm so happy they arrested her I have no idea who she is this has been ongoing she is defecated quite often over there there's nothing more disgusting coming into your parking importing seeking a pile of human excrement grocer was released without bail and is due back in court on March second I'm telling you I do a lot of research into stories of the strange obviously preparing for this segment there is not a month that goes by that there's not another public pooping storied interestingly enough did you see the latest from the Milton police department they released a video of the teacher who is taking poops in that part they honestly got released it I can tell you that there is nothing I would want to watch less than the surveillance video that they use to catch the mad pooper

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"kantor" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"kantor" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"I'm Alec Baldwin and you're listening to here's the thing Jodi. Kantor and Megan twohey are the New York Times reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein story for five months perpetually endanger of losing the scoop they cultivated and cajoled sources ranging from the Weinstein's accountant to Ashley. Judd the article that emerged on October. Fifth two thousand in seventeen was a level headed an impeccably source. Expose who's affects. Continue to be felt around the world cantor until we documented twenty five years of sexual abuse harassment and exploitation by one of the most important producers in the history of Hollywood. The story put a definitive end to his career and his company. It has also shaken the lives of some of those who supported and defended him. Mike lawyer Lisa Bloom who until last year had followed the path of her feminist mother. Gloria allred in representing victims and just as clearly the reporters documented the loose network of business and created interests that enabled rape harassment and casting couch coercion. They revealed to to America. The Culture in Hollywood that knew about all of this and disapproved moved but expected individual women victimized an isolated to bear the burden of exposing the powerful men who humiliated them themselves but before any of the fallout Jodi Kantor and Megan twohey had to source up. One of the first daunting tasks was to try to get in touch with these famous actresses but Meghan and I were like we don't know any actresses you know and getting were sitting there saying okay. How do you get you know Ashley? Judd's phone what what was the path to actually joked about well. That one was pretty easy because Nick Christoph new her new Christoph the opinion columnist at the Times but we felt strongly that we could not go through publicists or agents. Because they're gatekeepers. They're just GonNa shut everything down. We wanted to reach the actresses directly and into the questions. Were you know had. He reached these people. And even if you get them on the phone what are you going to say in the first forty five seconds of that phone conversation to earn some trust and keep the conversation going doing so actually that sort of the origin of my partnership with Megan because Megan was on maternity leave and but she had been a sex crash reporter for a long time and she had on the reporting and Donald Trump and women. I worked at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. I worked at the Chicago Tribune. And I've been at the Times a year and a half. I came into the Times in two thousand sixteen to join the a team that was doing coverage of the two thousand sixteen presidential race. So I had done these stories about trump and his treatment of women and after he was elected elected had been part of the coverage of his when we were first looking at the ties between him in Russia so I had been doing that work up until the march of two two thousand seventeen when I had a baby and went on maternity leave and so it was while I was on maternity leave. The JODI started the Weinstein investigation and sort of called me. We didn't even know each other and she called me and said I know you've done stories in the past victims of sex crimes and I know you did reporting with some of the women who were who accused trump of sexual misconduct. You have any suggestions of how how you know what to say when you're knocking on these doors and picking up the phone and calling people into asking them to open up about these painful experiences in their past so when Megan I'm around the phone on She suggested a kind of argument that she had used with victims in the past which is to say to them very early in the conversation. Look I can't change what's happened to you in the past but if we work together maybe we can take the pain that you experienced and put it to some constructive purpose that we'll help other people and when Megan said that it was like something clicked for me because it's the best reason to Dr Journalist and also so many people fear that talking to a journalist is a bad thing like oh it's traitorous or you're a tattletale you're complaining or whatever and what we like to do is redefine it as a more noble thing you are doing this to have have a constructive impact on society it is. It may be very difficult but our goal is to do something that you can eventually feel very proud of and so that was really. That was really the beginning of our beginning of our partnership in your book. You write about. Lisa Bloom allred's daughter. I'm wondering someone like that. What does she think she's doing? Does she go to bed every night and sit there and go on. We're pulling a fast one and everyone as I'm doing all this work for Harvey or does she think she's doing something. What did she tell herself? Do you think I mean maybe there will be a day where Lisa Bloom comes into a studio and sits down and opens up her heart hurt and tells us what she's been thinking and feeling and why report ny it was. I mean what we can tell you is that she did something remarkable in two thousand sixteen. She has been in one of the most. Prominent feminist attorneys in the country worked with countless victims of sexual harassment and sexual assaults and in two thousand sixteen crossed over to the other side. She has said that she thought that he only engaged in inappropriate comments towards women and that she wanted to help him go work with him to help him apologize here here. We obtained in the course of the reporting for this book. These confidential records that showed she had much deeper knowledge of the serious allegations against him and that she played a much darker role role. I mean she was not honest about the work she did for him. We've got the billing records the memo in which she spells out all the underhanded tactics. She's going to use to help him undermine his accusers servers. And she's basically saying I'm GONNA use all my experience working with victims and harness that and use it with you to work against them and so it was just just about money. I mean what we know for sure is that she had done a deal with Weinstein. She wanted she had a book that he was GonNa turn into a movie About Trayvon Martin but but beyond that I mean we don't we. She has not opened up and when we when we sought comment from her for this book. I mean we wouldn't publish. We published that memo that she wrote to him spelling shelling out exactly what she was GonNa do for him which really contradicts her public comments. About what the role that she played in why she went to go work for him in its entirety so that readers could see for themselves what she was saying in her own words doing at the time but when we presented her with that she's she refused to comment. She said that you know she. She was going to abide by. I attorney client privilege is is it into the future. Jody look. I think you're asking the right question. Which is as you've got one of the most famous feminist attorneys in the country? She's Gloria allred's daughter. She's been advertising herself as a victims rights rights attorney and a fighter for women for all these years and she makes what we know is a very intentional decision to cross the line nine and worked for Harvey Weinstein. And we know it's intentional because of the memo that Megan just described this. Is Her job audition memo and in it she saying I will smear smear on your behalf. I will manipulate on your behalf. So the question is what led her over. You know what did she genuinely genuinely not believe the women she represented over the years was. She can't did. She think that rose McGowan one was just making it all up etc etc.. So we can't look you know she's not here we don't have a crystal ball Cetera et Cetera. But here's what we can tell you because this also applies to David Boies Oy the the other super lawyer. The the ring who wrote the renowned litigator who did Bush v Gore and help get gay marriage established. Here's the common denominator that bloom and boys have in going to work for Weinstein. They both wanted to be in the movie business. Yeah I know blue so blooms but Bloomberg's called me because it's not what it's cracked up to be. Mom Balloon writes this book. Called suspicion. Nation about Trayvon Martin and gets it's very excited because Harvey Weinstein and Jay Z. Option it to turn it into a film boys for all of his vast vast vast legal success. What does he I really want to do? At least in part.

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New Weinstein charges are a “dramatic development,” Jodi Kantor says

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

New Weinstein charges are a “dramatic development,” Jodi Kantor says

"As jury selection begins for his trial in New York Harvey Weinstein faces new sexual assault charges in Los Angeles charges of sexually assaulting two women on successive nights in twenty thirteen June because there are reports he may end up behind bars soon the district attorney out of Los Angeles says that an arrest warrant has been issued for Harvey Weinstein on these new charges she also says at a later date he will go to California for an arraignment but jury selection could be held up a bit today because Los Angeles is asking for five million dollars bail on these new

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Kent police search for shooter involved in road rage incident

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00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Kent police search for shooter involved in road rage incident

"Leeson Kantor's to looking for the person who shot a man after a road rage incident the injured man called nine one one around seven thirty Monday morning from an area near the arco gas station on eighty fourth Avenue postures phantom bleeding from a gunshot wound to his leg the shooter already left right now detectives will only say it was some kind of altercation which ended in several shots being fired the injured man is recovering at Harborview Medical

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Tom Brady can't leave the Patriots after this loss: Why he should stay

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brady can't leave the Patriots after this loss: Why he should stay

"Kantor Brian after the patriots were knocked out of the playoffs by the Titans questions on whether new England's dynasty will stay intact notably Tom Brady and bill Belichick less than twenty four hours after the wild card game exit double check consisting it's too soon to look ahead everybody's been focused on working on Miami and then Tennessee and that's world focus should abandon were was and so whatever's in the future we'll deal with at some later point in time we're certainly going to deal with

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"kantor" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"kantor" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Cancer center said Kantor Kathleen giants aim to avoid their first six game losing streak since twenty fourteen jets one in seven first time since fourteen teams combined three and fourteen worst mark this late in the season in series history which big blue leads a five USC products Sampdoria likens this battle to one he knows from college lacrosse on rye really rivalry thing you you get to know a bunch of kids that go to UCLA so makes that much more fun and makes it that much more intensive so it's a fun game but it's a very serious game too and will be fun to see one o'clock play by play on WFAN college football's SEC rivalry goes to number two LSU forty six forty one over number three Alabama in Tuscaloosa Tigers Joe borrow thirty one of thirty nine three hundred ninety three yards three touchdowns Clyde Edward to layer runs for three scores advice you nearly six hundred yards of offense eight wins over top ten teams in the last two years tides to a tiger by low of four hundred eighteen yards four touchdowns picking a fumble elsewhere top ranked Ohio state stays undefeated trances Maryland seventy three fourteen number for Penn state's playoff hopes in jeopardy upended by number seventy Minnesota thirty one twenty six number five clubs in easily over NC state fifty five ten local gridiron armies been scoring effort takes care of UMass sixty three seven Yukon blasted by Cincinnati forty eight three Dartmouth older Princeton twenty seven ten Columbia holds off Harvard seventy at Fordham comes up short to Colgate twenty four thirteen there for one of three start islanders have won eleven of twelve to one home win over the Panthers Thomas Greiss stops thirty seven of thirty eight shots Scott Mayfield early third period goal the difference just thirty eight six after Florida tied it Barry Trotz credits price and special teams in win games different ways and as we talked about it we had your in doing with a lot of people out tonight we want with excellent goal tending good special teams and and some you know some high commitment in in all those areas college basketball number twelve Seton hall beats Stony Brook seventy four fifty for but Biggie spring season player of the year miles Pavel an ankle sprain will miss time St John's to winnow over central Connecticut eighty seven fifty seven in queens sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock set cancer ten ten wins sports we do some seven seventy get the old baby today for five.

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"kantor" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"kantor" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Sort of it was first engagement with Harvey start to do yeah right exactly and that was the conversation that happened on background but what a lot of what we did in this book was to bring onto the record heard a lot of these sort of on background or off the record meetings for example the ones with Irwin so that readers can really like get up and deal and understand the like you know what happens behind the scenes ends where there's a lot of drama that plays out on the page but there are so there was also in this case so much timing happened behind the scenes right exactly so that was really and that was that was an interesting meeting where land when he came in and and sort of dangled the prospect of of hard harvey doing an interview with us saying well you know I'm not sure if you know we're not one hundred percent sure but he may be willing to come in and talk about how he's engaged in bad behavior in the past but he's having new recognition about power imbalances and yeah you know basically wipe the slate clean right exactly but that certainly did not play out. We said we'd be happy to listen to what Harvey has to say but we're obviously going to continue our reporting reporting so harvey knew what we were doing. He knew that we were on his trail and so it wasn't until later and actually in the course of reporting this book that we started to piece together all all of the different things that he put in place to try to stop our investigation and silenced his accusers including you talk about private investigators the you know. Black Cube investigative firm like a whole `nother order made up of these former Israeli intelligence officials that were promised a three hundred thousand dollar bonus if they were able to bring our investigation investigation to a halt which is always ridiculous. I always find that ridiculous. What one of the things that happened was they were doing lisa bloom was hired by Harvey Weinstein and wrote a memo that is just an astonishing memo for a lawyers right but especially a woman who is known for defending victims and that memo predates aww you're so right so you've got these two famous feminist attorneys who are both involved in different ways with the situation and Lisa Bloom was hired by Harvey Weinstein in December Twenty Sixteen and we know exactly what she was hired for because Megan obtained what's what's essentially her audition memo for the job and it's this roadmap for how she's going to combat at Berry rose McGowan's allegation which Weinstein is clearly very worried about and she refers to the roses of the world right and it's incredibly explicit. I mean she's basically saying here's how we spud someone. You're GONNA magazine crazy. Here's how I'm going to manipulate on her half. Here's how I'm GonNa smear her and it's especially shocking because this is someone with a very loud public reputation for defending women and she saying I'm going to deploy. That's your asset. Your your asset is that I'm a big women's rights advocate and I'm going to play that on your behalf right and she ended up in the final hours. I mean we've we've now learned sort of from these records is that we've obtained the work that she was doing for. Weinstein behind the scenes for so many months both this memo we also obtained her billing records in which she sort of spelling out everything she got paid for four but we also were able to see her at work. In the final weeks of our investigation especially those final two days she flew from California to New York to be Bhai Weinstein side and there was a moment the day before our story was published where Weinstein basically barged into the New York Times with Lisa Bloom and some other figures including Linda Fairstein former sort of all right. We're GONNA talk about that. When we get back that was the my favorites and then I want to talk about the last scene which you you bring in Christine Christina Blasi Ford from the Cabinet hearing so I thought that was an astonishing choice in this book and it was great grand. Take a quick break. Now we back after this Jodi Kantor and Megan twohey the CO authors of she said breaking the sexual harassment story that helped ignite a movement. We're here with Jodi Kantor and Megan twohey of the New York Times. We're talking about their book called she said by the way the book looks fantastic the red in the latte. It's so loud in a really fascinating way. 'cause it's it's it. It'll it'll do really well on the shelves. I think so he finally gets to the Times Times. He shows up at that desk there that beautiful building that you guys have who were you expecting this or it was close to it was. Oh time it was the day before publication and we had you got Ashley Judd to speak on the record correct. Ashley Judd was on the record point and we had been going back and forth worth between you are sort of Jodi and I on our in our editors and our lawyer had been were sort of a couple days into some intense back and forthwith harvey and his lawyers and you know including Charles Harder who sued Gawker out of existence you know he was he was Harvey -Til on behalf of Peter Thiel. He was harvey every side threatening to sue US and so yeah there was there was this a lot of that contact had taken place by phone and then the day before Harvey. We got a call from lanny any Davis saying Harvey's on his way to the New York Times and we were like what excuse me you know we didn't re. He's got some information. He wants to share with you right off the record and we head from. I'm the Gecko Dean became the editor of The Times had said you are not talking to this guy off the record. It's all on the record right and because he'll just play games and try to do underhanded tactics if you go so we kind of have this choice of what are we going to do and because he was already on on his way you know we just said okay like let's. I I was kind of like. Let's see what this guy got. You know let's see what he has in store and I had interviewed him a couple of weeks before for a separate story looking at some of his questionable financial activities and so I was happy to square off against him in person again and so he came men so he barged into the New York Times Lisa Bloom was biocide Linda Fairstein who was a controversial around around the central park five. That's right she'd had been a prosecutor same sex crimes prosecutor here in New York. There was another defense attorney Elkin Abramovich who was who was also there so he comes into the times and kind of an and lead into a conference room and I say you've got fifteen minutes. That's it and he pulls out these folders in which he's got photos and other information that he's going to use to try to smear his accusers and try. I hope you'll join the and it was just you know of course like AOL when he's pulling out background information on Ashley Judd and Ombudswoman had gone to the police in two thousand fifteen. I I think without knowing that Jodi and I as part of the due diligence and getting a story to the finish line had already done our own background checks on people had gathered any of the records or information that he you thought might he that he might be able to use against them so it was really something that was much more illuminating about how about him and the tactics and also about you know the role that Lisa Bloom had chosen goes into play she she would later changed tactics on the day of publication and say issue a statement in which she said she had just sort of signed up to help him you know to counsel him them and help them see the era of his ways and you know in this private meeting which was another thing that we were able to bring on the record in this book. you know it was clear that she was playing a much darker jumping out of the boat. She's rowing so when you when that happened. How did you feel about that when he showed up because a lot of journalism now is done by email and Texans exit of like does have physical hounours very different so we had had a couple of encounters with him all leader in the reporting process process all starting in September so basically in the in the last month countdown and it was it was fascinating because we I'm sure you felt this way on stories. Sometimes when you're reporting on somebody you don't have a lot of contact with initially you're hearing about them. Through sources recollections collections so at that point I had spent a lot of time listening to stories about Harvey Weinstein both these terrifying stories about what had happened in the hotel hell rooms and also just talking to his former employees reading things about him and so when we started dealing with him in person or on the phone because remember for a long time we refuse to talk to him. Dean became have laid down a marker and said you are not talking to him off the record because that's GonNa give him the chance to lie with impunity so wait we will speak to him on our terms once you have an we're ready when we have all of the information so once we did finally start doing not it was like this living illustration of this character we had begun to study and he was so many things he was grandiose. He was menacing saying he was flattering. He was he was charming. He was pathetic. He was not factual in his in his statements. He was insistent he sa- bully he tried to believe as he tried to man's spleen us in a really abic way. Even some of the crucial conversations like minutes before the publication of the story he was lecturing us about Donald Journalism Backlash. I I just had that yesterday. Someone who's not address lecturing okay. Whatever so you're going to publish this. What did you think the reaction would be. When would would it be as we really did set off everything? Even though a Riley it happened even though Cosby was happening and heels I had happened by then the times had done ails this this one for some reason just took off and do you think it's because of the act because you had Ashley Judd on the record and then in the ensuing week. You had a story someone else Gwyneth paltrow the rest. You know I think I think that there was no doubt that because these first of all we did not expect that I mean we jody and I a couple nights before through was published. Yes we finally took a break and said okay. It was about one o'clock in the morning and we shared a cab back from midtown Manhattan to Brooklyn where we both live and it it was a rare moment where we just kinda paused and looked at each other and said for anybody who's done investigative..

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MIT Scientists Create the Blackest Black

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

MIT Scientists Create the Blackest Black

"Every day. Scientists are coming out with new innovations to improve our lives pills to reverse first aging plants that taste like real meat and a watch that can tell high. I don't know how apple did it's and now scientists at MIT. You have made a breakthrough with the color black and there's no going back scientific breakthrough. Mit to tell you about involving the color or non color black engineers engineers have developed what they're calling the blackest black on the planet. They've cooked up the color using carbon nanotubes. This new black is apparently ten times uh-huh blacker than anything previously recorded. Can you see it now little hard but researchers say that this could serve a practical purpose the blackest black lack could end up being used inside telescopes used to spot faraway planet

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CBS joins dozens of news organizations in "Covering Climate Now" initiative

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

CBS joins dozens of news organizations in "Covering Climate Now" initiative

"You're going to be seeing a lot of coverage of the climate crisis. This month and there are several reasons. Why one is the upcoming. UN Climate Action Summit another is this initiative called client covering climate climate now this is a list of some of the more than two hundred fifty news outlets around the world that had pledged to provide a sustained amount of attention on this crisis in the week to come these yeah outlets from Bloomberg to CBS Teen Vogue to news eighteen in India. They've all committed to this initiative led by the Columbia Journalism Review and the Nation

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"kantor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"kantor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Thanks Kantor raiders coach Jon Gruden expects Antonio brown to be ready for week one brown back in Oakland campus a resolution odd one helmet hill where seems to be on the horizon the seven time pro bowler working with the NFL to make sure he's in compliance still looking to return to practice while recovering from frostbite on his feet resulted from a cryotherapy session working for the hundred percent you know in a process with the you know you got a lot of places in J. direction cut and run and be able to do what I do not while the stop and go in a way to get a lot of work so side for free while the league denies golden Tate's appeal the giants wide it will miss four games after testing positive for performance enhancing substance which Tate says stems from a fertility drug everyone's carefree has become a high ankle issue according to general manager Chris Ballard bone loss not ruled out for week one against the Chargers and the patriots colts quarterback turned wide receiver Danny at like baseball the Yankees powered their way to a franchise record fifth straight win against an opponent here with the Orioles eighty three in New York DJ lemay who leads up and swings in I need you to make this John sterling Yankees radio network on a new home or on the first page of a gaming while to make over a month except his MLB leading sixty voice red Sox hanging on to a six five lead over the Indians including in Cleveland Boston's Chris failed to face this picture two thousand strikeouts passing for red Sox Pedro Martinez my putting in Miami doctors ripping the Marlins eleven one thirty ninth Homer for Cody Belcher tying my traffic Christian yellowish for the week leading Phillies we put cuffs free to that game and making thirty frames ahead of the Mets five two in the seventh mariners on top of the Tigers nine six that's in the seventh inning elsewhere twins leave the brewers three nothing in the sixty cartons of top of oils to nothing so expect diabetics handling the rocky seven one that's in the third inning backend of an Astros white Sox double header white Sox a three one lead in the fourth after Houston takes game one six two in Chicago China today what it's under way coming up it's the pirates visiting the angels meanwhile the Padres welcome to raise wrapping up the finals national speak the Reds three one the final in our nation's capital and the blue jays take care of the Rangers free nothing I said cantor this is D. A..

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Luke Perry's Death Has People Wondering: What Causes a Stroke?

Business Beware

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Luke Perry's Death Has People Wondering: What Causes a Stroke?

"There's lots of questions about strokes. After a recent actress debt, USA radio networks to Burg has more tributes for actor, Luke Perry continued to come in after he died days after suffering a massive stroke, Dr Caleb rocking director of the Mount Sinai. New. Stroke center says strokes can happen at any age people think that if they're young they're protected right about stroker's that most people think it only happens when you get older really the reality of stroke can occur at any age, many, different reasons, and certainly the incidence of stroke increases as you get older because the medical conditions associated with that increase. But it doesn't mean that if you're young you're Kantor strove, and when a young person gets the stroke. She says the brain we start off with it's not the brain we end up with right? So if you're younger you have a really robust will bring and if it should get injured. There's a lot of swelling sometimes associated with that. And could cause further injury as time goes on. So sometimes, you know, being younger and having a stroke can cause more problems than

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Tesla says Model 3 refunds not outpacing deposits

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Tesla says Model 3 refunds not outpacing deposits

"Federal lawsuit the man is accused of cheating about eight hundred workers out, of wages the US department, of labor alleges that employees who were required to work off the clock at the start of each shift and, o'clock out but remain at the. Car washes when business, was slow the clock is ticking on the federal tax credit for people waiting for their, tesla model threes about four hundred twenty thousand people are currently on the waiting list because tesla sales of hit a. Certain threshold the federal tax credit will be phased out at the end of the year and for people Still waiting for the base model three it'll be too late to take advantage of it Dave Sullivan with auto Pacific Inc in Santa Ana. Tells Kedah very popular but once you venture outside of California they become much more rare and I don't know if the tax credits necessarily. Helps because people that are buying a hundred thousand dollars or one hundred thirty thousand dollar model x. probably don't need it the company's. Been plagued with production delays and Sullivan says tesla is delaying production even, further on the less expensive, version of the model three Robarts your KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is player in recent comments, he made about holocaust denial Zuckerberg. Who is Jewish said, in an interview with Recode that Facebook posts denying that the holocaust took place would not, be removed automatically Zuckerberg said in an Email afterwards that he personally finds holocaust denial deeply offensive and he absolutely did. Not intend to defend the intent of people who deny it the remarks have sparked criticism by Groups who say Facebook has a moral and ethical obligation to not. Allow people to publicize holocaust denial On its platform a new Harvard study finds. Children of, working, mothers are just as happy later in life, as kids whose moms stay at home CBS news contributor and. New York Times correspondent Jodi, Kantor says, this should be of some comfort to moms in the workplace it's essentially saying to. Women you know it may hurt to leave your child at home when you're leaving for the workday but there's, no evidence showing that this is actually going to. Have a delirious effect on on who they become it may even help them according to the study women whose mothers worked are more likely to be. Employed and if employed are more likely to hold supervisory roles work more hours and earn higher, incomes It's ten twenty speaking of income. Let's check, your, bunny here's Frank Motech good morning Wells Fargo, back in the spotlight in the process of refunding tens.

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"kantor" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on KTRH

"A couple of them come on the pain aug nikolic crews doing today one kripal groups dick with the company oh boy resolve is kantor dumpling convicted by the great cooking the log the coupon bond and whole comment the day he'll agree three kabore dental made the comments on that this is the complainant the dial by law toil villon over here fortyeight of the point of where he played an important event normal unionmiddle turner about her gordon i get will quite a lot to avoid paying it fund devin grief north one one seven five just go along with talk a good group seven grebein gone clinton warned devin i don't think would crew greed gone clinton warned yeah it's it's uh to give you are in the shooting that is now apparently the suspect is we believe identified as nicholas crews we did see wants to give you are in the shooting that has now apparently the suspect is we believe identified as nicholas cruise we did see one dead multiple injured maybe as many as twenty or more people and personnel taken into custody at the shooting at a marjorie storm and douglas high school as the name of it at some parkland florida one person dead multiple people injured there were other images that we did see a police and fire and rescue literally working on kids it didn't look like cpr but working on kids just outside of the school and this has gone back now maybe about fifteen minutes ago it working on kids it didn't look like cpr but working on kids just outside of the school and this has gone back maybe about fifteen minutes ago chewed still at large but we believe the shooters in custody now anyway a suspect matching that description was seen being taken into custody in parkland not far from the school which then verifies the one report that we had that he was out and about in the area any way a man pulled the fire alarm at the high school created a scene of chaos i was just sent another video i've been sent to videos by a friend of mine that lives down in the area that i think will be calling in here in just a few minutes but i mean these videos are shocking one has a picture of a an individual can tell if it's the can't see the face or.

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"kantor" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on KTRH

"A couple of them come on the pain aug nikolic crews doing today one kripal groups dick with the company oh boy resolve is kantor dumpling convicted by the great cooking the log the coupon bond and whole comment the day he'll agree three kabore dental made the comments on that this is the complainant the dial by law toil villon over here fortyeight of the point of where he played an important event normal unionmiddle turner about her gordon i get will quite a lot to avoid paying it fund devin grief north one one seven five just go along with talk a good group seven grebein gone clinton warned devin i don't think would crew greed gone clinton warned yeah it's it's uh to give you are in the shooting that is now apparently the suspect is we believe identified as nicholas crews we did see wants to give you are in the shooting that has now apparently the suspect is we believe identified as nicholas cruise we did see one dead multiple injured maybe as many as twenty or more people and personnel taken into custody at the shooting at a marjorie storm and douglas high school as the name of it at some parkland florida one person dead multiple people injured there were other images that we did see a police and fire and rescue literally working on kids it didn't look like cpr but working on kids just outside of the school and this has gone back now maybe about fifteen minutes ago it working on kids it didn't look like cpr but working on kids just outside of the school and this has gone back maybe about fifteen minutes ago chewed still at large but we believe the shooters in custody now anyway a suspect matching that description was seen being taken into custody in parkland not far from the school which then verifies the one report that we had that he was out and about in the area any way a man pulled the fire alarm at the high school created a scene of chaos i was just sent another video i've been sent to videos by a friend of mine that lives down in the area that i think will be calling in here in just a few minutes but i mean these videos are shocking one has a picture of a an individual can tell if it's the can't see the face or the headbutt laying down in what.

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"kantor" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Yet that one that one was preposterous note jaylen brown on kantor's and that was great she has actually those the last day of the month i was glad i was able to shoehorn that in that deng was awesome because he brings he gets either an outlet or rebound brings it down the right wing just fix tim hardaway out of the shorts the threepoint line with an inside out dribble slick i mean i like dunk thought like were like a great move occurs of teething get you in a position a dunk it then posing as his probably the best shot blocker in the league if he's just like right there i mean his i'll know what is standing reaches but i like to use it ever measured officially but his standing reach has got to be like right up there with go baron he's in terms of the stats i think he's a allowing the lowest percentage at the rim of anyone in the league right now when he is in position he's just impossible to score and so jaylen then he took off off his right foot and then dunc'd on or with the right hand off of one foot i mean that's just like you don't see that type of versatility all and just like there's no doubt about i mean he just got him by ills also as it is a shame because on the callers like when woge was on the broad catholic talking about like who's gonna get traded where ed so they really missed the chance to light go crazy over it but it was awesome thous especially considering who was odd and the move that preceded it and dislike the foot work required i it was my number one uh pretty easily this last month daily it was spectacular and i had i wrote it on may less than i i've realize i should have put it higher i actually i so i had and beat over westbrook is one but the degree of difficulty on the jaylen brown dunk meets i am realising now that yeah 'cause i mean dunking over russell westbrook especially if you're a sevenfooter isn't the same thing i mean news it was satisfying just like the more because the personalities involved in the us and also russ have left for a variety of knowing charge like that not bothered like that like.

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"kantor" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"No now about seeing though yama you are listening to divide lives radio radio with robin lehman lavin lavin levin's levin lavin hello from the gutters of new york city which are fuelled dog monday morning fog as stale why europe had applaud i still here like a severe it rolled about it the first a yoke corp yet the chambers cassoma was see among out of panama he if who belinda prison ram on the fan of father masonic pope fourfoot midnight more water to thought of as thought slaughter methods napoli's frank mila ciruit hewlett traffic through the metropolis a simply thing hill of muscle flows me to civil like zombies it developed mike zad move demigod the phillies yours mickey kantor role solving quite a man and his horse racing omega for to there before the no making heavy guy no date void greek the moment bdp no date for the greek wolf off of mike evans god frightened of it might run at a great the robert night and it's obsessive what alternatives i muff redmond imports for gold whites answer qiao chicago modified the firing zabbra czars anybody who provide a wave them tonight.

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"kantor" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on RobinLynne

"No now about seeing though yama you are listening to divide lives radio radio with robin lehman lavin lavin levin's levin lavin hello from the gutters of new york city which are fuelled dog monday morning fog as stale why europe had applaud i still here like a severe it rolled about it the first a yoke corp yet the chambers cassoma was see among out of panama he if who belinda prison ram on the fan of father masonic pope fourfoot midnight more water to thought of as thought slaughter methods napoli's frank mila ciruit hewlett traffic through the metropolis a simply thing hill of muscle flows me to civil like zombies it developed mike zad move demigod the phillies yours mickey kantor role solving quite a man and his horse racing omega for to there before the no making heavy guy no date void greek the moment bdp no date for the greek wolf off of mike evans god frightened of it might run at a great the robert night and it's obsessive what alternatives i muff redmond imports for gold whites answer qiao chicago modified the firing zabbra czars anybody who provide a wave them tonight.

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"kantor" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on PRI's The World

"This affected kantor personally before our seedbed deathrow hours facing the hung mess those saw was therefore lake almost in the nes in the waiting to bus waiting for the how can you actually hasn't executed anyone since 1987 but even if you know that sitting on death row is still excruciating and more prisoners are being sentenced to death all the time qatar is no longer one of them in two thousand nine his sentence was commuted to life in prison during a mass presidential pardon his hope is that politicians will start paying attention to sentencing reform now that prisoners can vote of lay low on those booked about a bullish memo of their bit valenti by we are looking for beijing to be activists by one of the presidential candidates for those it committee getting the vote is just the beginning for the world printed eltarf nairobi the bbc launched a new online service for west africa today it's entirely in pidgin an informal mix of english and local languages that spoken widely in nigeria and other countries in the region it's estimated that millions of people in west africa used pidgin every day especially young people bilkees to lob iran as the bbc's editorial lead in nigeria she setting up three new language services for nigeria including uraba an ibo but we want to talk to you bill consume about the pigeon service can you to start by speaking a little pitch and like tell me in pidgin what is your headlined today for the total solar eclipse.

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"kantor" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on AP News

"Kantor's voice remote even have to be good you just have to say it and your tv finds it it was cutting edge technology when it opened the 1927 but after decades of being seen only by the engineers and letters to orders who worked on it mail rail closed in two thousand three as the rise of email sent the volume of paper letters plummeting tourists can now take a twenty minute ride train with a glass roof that passes through the old tunnels there's informative audio narration and several stops four films to be projected on the walls next month total solar eclipse could mean big business for some companies and cities across the us millions of eyes will be fixed on the sky when a total solar eclipse crosses the u s than august's 21st.

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"kantor" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"And everybody's talking about it you wanna be watching it as well and he gave unbundle it with your high internet and a home phone and save yourself a lot of money that's what happened to me when i called up spectrum and i said look i'm moving they said take a look at your bill leftover from bright house and they looked at it and they said will you be saving so much more money here and we're gonna give you this package guess what now you only have hbo showtime and cinemax and you're still saving money every month i don't know how they do it but give your spectrum representative a call and they will show you how you can actually save some money and watch great television and have high speed internet they increase their internet speeds by the way from sixty mags up to a hundred megabits per second and they've lower the price especially for spectrum business give them a shout at eight five five two four seven one nine six one and make the switch to spectrum today that is eight five five two four seven one night 61 whoa when we will we know he's tables home for 247 talk him day kantor presents the nation's yo adrian air so off welfare say hello to my little free with kantor's voice remote even after the good he just after say it and your tv finds at son of nutcracker voice remote on kantor from cox will tv reimagined to get you write to the good staff available to residential customers in concert with rather quite frankly spewing that'll things but you're such are the conditions apply deemed off consumers to seen in this seems the only way to do it maybe you can check an email from heaven he probably in anthony meet mining stacy hunting night and he stopped his outta smoke and i and couldn't move the found strength until now and i reached into the can wind down touch toothpaste and confound faint pulse he went creating hasn't touched you now can move to.

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"kantor" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on AP News

"Kantor presents persson asian joe adrian eggs so off welfare loedemel little free kantor's voice from out even have to be good you just have to say it and your tv finds it the nutcracker voice remote on consular from cox cable tv reimagined to get you write to the good staff available to residential customers in kosovo say his brother what why fraph is feeling that'll things for the purchase of other conditions apply news outlets one is faily advertising those displayed alongside their stories biocides like google face as book representing nearly two thousand news organizations the news media alliances asking congress for the right to negotiate jointly with those companies and others it's as their dominance has forced news organizations to play by their rules on how news and information is displayed prioritised the modifies because of that rules have come out of ties the news them given rise to fake news which often cannot be differentiated from real news it won't be easy getting a russia leonard trust exemption to negotiate as a group of your lives with juve executive david chevron said the try is better than doing nothing head of news partnerships of facebook campbell grove said the company is committed to helping quoted journals them thrive on facebook we're making progress through our work with news publishers of them more work to do meanwhile google also said it wants to help news organizations with both their challenges and their opportunities the company said it has built several specialized products and technologies specifically to help distribute bummed sport newspapers sorry side youtube as a new top viewed video of all time taught the planes the wiz khalifa video for you again featuring charlie pu became the fights most watched video monday and has more than two point eight billion views it knocks out gang them style by korean rappers thigh from 2012 which held the most the title for five years justin bieber zufari hits and thirdplace with more than two hundred fifty million views behind the leaders booth commented on twitter noting he joined youtube him 2007 opened the make a video that would hit ten thousand news meanwhile wiz khalifa says he's happy the his label to inspire an impact so many wives see you again was released in 2015 is.

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"kantor" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on AP News

"Not determined whether it has the authority to regulate snore double chocolate julie walker new york this summer of hell is officially here for commuters in new york city a beasley julie walker reports infrastructure work by amtrak beginning of penn station leans major disrupt the federal financial consumer watchdog agency's move to bradley ben the use of socalled arbitration clauses in groups of people on to file a class action lawsuit against a bank or other financial company consumer advocates of been pushing for years for a stricter federal regulation of these types of clauses with most likely to face push back from the banking industry and the republicancontrolled congress the consumer financial protection bureau will still allow arbitration to be used in individual cases but it's fanning banks from using arbitration clauses when a group of consumers is involved because most individuals never reached the arbitration level it's effectively a ban on most forms of arbitration the rules take effect in sixty days from when it's published in the federal register kantor presents persson asians joe adria so off welfare hello them my little free kantor's voice remote even have to be good you just have to say it and your tv finds it showman hamanaka bush remote on kantor from cox cable tv reimagined to get you write to the good stuff available to residential customers in kassire is brother like neutral require frap is viewing that'll things because if the conditions ap radio i'm jim mcguire donald trump jr says he is willing to communicate with the senate intelligence committee about a meeting he and other trump campaign associates ad last year with the russian lawyer to hear information about hillary clinton younger trump says he was told the person he was to meet might have information that could be helpful to his father's campaign sarah sanders her says the trump.

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"kantor" Discussed on The Anthill

The Anthill

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kantor" Discussed on The Anthill

"Simple generic pitch kantor's so if you think of things like nursery rhyme songs like twinkle twinkle little star that have this sort of up and down pattern that are quite predictable ombu we've also found that in some cases they also tend to occasionally make use of some sort of unique hitch intervals such as a larger leap in pitch than you would expect in your sort of average pop song or more leaps in pitch than you would expect in your sort of average pop song i'm says this sort of combination of a quite simple generic overall mladic structure but with something a bit unpredictable unlike large leap or something like this that we think the brain lashes ientist this sort of you know predictable structure but also is likes that element of of surprise disregard were when he sites at the leaping pitch wing of going from very low notes to suddenly very high notes at yeah or vice versa yet so you think of for instance the song somewhere over the rainbow tung wero with rain the that that starts with a very big lead at that not particularly in your were tune of that we've had named but on something like that so further cryptic words opel's of songs that this is one though the the have been particularly me in terms of the top named irham songs that we had an arth he the tattoos on that we had on where bad romance by lady gaga with the top named your son on and then we also had a line of ironically the second i'm your wear me a song that we had named was i'm can't get you item i had by kylie minogue votes for.

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