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"kristen choice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The U. S death toll from the Corona virus is expected to pass 300,000 today. The database at Johns Hopkins University Saturday put the total number of covert 19 related deaths in the U. S at over 297,000. The virus has killed over 1.6 million Worldwide. Covert vaccines are expected to start arriving at hospitals beginning Monday. Chief operating Officer at Operation Warp Speed Army General Gus Purna says yesterday the Fizer vaccines will be shipped out to 636 locations nationwide. Shipments will be escorted by U. S marshals and the vaccine will be chilled at negative 94 degrees during transport and assistant nursing Professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experiencing side effects. Matt Matt Johnson with the tails Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms, and if they do, they'll go away. A woman is scoring points in a power five college football game for the first time. Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller kicked two extra points Saturday during the Commodore's 42 17 home field loss against Tennessee. It was only Fuller second football game. She's the goalkeeper for Vanderbilt SEC tournament champion soccer team, Fuller became the first woman to play in a power Five game on November 28. The only total solar eclipse of the year will take place Monday over South America. According to NASA. The solar eclipse will be visible across the midsection of Chile and Argentina. Some ships in the southern Pacific and Atlantic may also be able to see it. The celestial event will be live streamed on NASA TV for the rest of the world and will begin at 9:40 A.m. eastern. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio Free I heart.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All right. We'll start with Chuck. I will go with 31 for three. Kristen. I think that could be true. And I think one is true when I have number two. Christy goes for number two brews. Actually, I think three is true. I think the Ravens story is true s matter of fact, there is a big day company who sent out of released, saying they want to give up the day true to every member of the Ravens in honor of that particular event, So I've caught the default. Kristen choice. Its choice. Number two is the fake story, Mark said. He's just taking it day by day. David, my congressman Harris. Well, I've got to tell you. The number three is just so believable because anything can go on in San Francisco. I want no bolt was gonna do with Johns Hopkins. By the way. Yeah, I mean, come on, slaves quickly. Sure did Believe me. Yes, that. Where's Where's the fake news media? That women you when you need him? The bottom line. I think too. I mean, I think even Starbucks wouldn't be that crass. Alright. Story number one. Nobody voted for Lamar Jackson denying that he had to go on during Monday night. Football. Yeah, that is a true story. Story number two Starbucks crappy hours. Yeah, that's our fake news story of the day. Thank you. Panel. Very good job sticking that one up. All right, 7 49. You are all the morning already And after way of using that word, by the way, especially considering story number one exactly on brilliant..

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Professor at U C L. A says she got the coded vaccine and experienced severe side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot had chills, nausea, fatigue headache the day after that vaccine. On Ben. That evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms. And if they do, they'll go away. I'm at matins in Bye in Tech is ramping up production of its Corona by respect, seen the German company to develop a vaccine in partnership with visors getting ready to meet the demand Now that the U. S Food and Drug Administration's emergency use approval has been issued, Reuters reported that by on text CEO or in Sheheen says the company is looking into different ways to make more vaccine within anticipated production next year of 1.3 billion doses needed I'm Lisa Taylor. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. New York City's iconic 21 club is closing its doors after 90 years in business. They're closing because of the pandemic. David Folk. Thomas has the story. The restaurant announcing Friday would indefinitely cease operations and lay off its 148 employees. In March, The eatery opened in 1930 on West 52nd Street off Fifth Avenue and is known for the 33 cast Iron Lawn jockey statues adorning its outside stare. Case and balcony 21 Club celebrity clientele has included Humphrey Bogart, Ernest Hemingway, Frank Sinatra, Maryland, Monroe and nearly every U. S president since FDR MasterCard may have to pay its UK customers as much as $18 billion, the country's Supreme Court issued a ruling allowing a class action lawsuit against the company to move forward. The suit alleges MasterCard overcharged more than 46 million people in Britain for over 15 years. Years. Prosecutors say they're seeking a payment of nearly $400 to every user who was over 16 years old and living in the country at the time. I'm Brian Shook Virgin Galactic says It's test pilots are okay after it unexpectedly aborted a test flight of its spacecraft. The rocket was heading towards space over New Mexico when it suddenly turned toward home. Company tweeted. The ignition sequence for the rocket motor did not complete and announced. The vehicle and crew are in great shape, the statement added. They have additional motors and expect to have the vehicle back in flight very soon. This was to be the third test flight of the SS Unity. I'm Jim Forbes. The Navy is calling off the search for missing.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The next round in the battle against the pandemic is underway and distribution of a covert 19 vaccine has begun across the United States. The Food and Drug Administration commissioner says he's hopeful the first Corona virus vaccine will be administered by tomorrow on CNN's state of the union. Dr. Stephen Hahn claims no outside comments or pressure were applied. To any decisions made about the vaccine. We have been very clear that nothing guided our decision. No external comments. No external pressure other than the science and data guided our decision making on insists the target of having 20 million doses available by the end of the year is realistic. It's possible. I've certainly heard those discussions and I think that's a reasonable prediction. And I have confidence around that assistant nursing professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experienced severe side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue headache the day after that vaccine. On Ben. That evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. I took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms. And if they do, they'll go away. I'm at Madison. Bye and Tech is ramping up production of its Corona by respect seen the German company that developed a vaccine in partnership with Visor is getting ready to meet the demand Now that the U. S. Food and Drug Administration's emergency use approval has been issued, Reuters reported that by on Tech CEO or in Sheheen says the company is looking into different ways to make more vaccine within anticipated production next year of 1.3 billion doses needed I'm Lisa Taylor. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Just get it right. Talk radio 7 90 K ABC news at 103.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

"US HDTV Los Angeles Next round in the battle against the pandemic is underway and distribution of a covert 19 vaccine has begun across the United States. The Food and Drug Administration commissioner says he's hopeful the first Corona virus vaccine will be administered by tomorrow. On CNN's state of the union, Dr. Stephen Hahn claims no outside comments or pressure were applied to any decisions made about the vaccine. We have been very clear that nothing guided our decision, no external comments, no external pressure other than the science and data guided our decision making on insists the target of having 20 million doses available by the end of the year. Is realistic. It's possible certainly heard those discussions and I think that's a reasonable prediction. And I have confidence around that assistant nursing professor at U C L. A. Says she got the covert vaccine. And experienced severe side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and sauce. Symptoms come and go over the course of a day. She says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms, and if they do, they'll go away. I'm at Madison by in Tech is ramping up production of its Corona virus vaccine. The German company that developed a vaccine in partnership with Visor is getting ready to meet the demand Now that the U. S. Food and Drug Administration's emergency use approval has been issued, Reuters reported that by on Tech CEO or in Sheheen says the company is looking into different ways to make more vaccine within anticipated production next year of 1.3. Billion doses needed. I'm Lisa Taylor. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Get it. Get it Right. Talk Radio 7 90 K ABC News 12 03 I am Tom. Loony.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:17 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The next round in the battle against the pandemic is underway and distribution of a covert 19 vaccine has begun across the United States. The Food and Drug Administration commissioner says he's hopeful the first Corona virus vaccine will be administered by tomorrow on CNN's state of the union. Dr. Stephen Hahn claims no outside comments or pressure were applied. To any decisions made about the vaccine. We have been very clear that nothing guided our decision. No external comments. No external pressure other than the science and data guided our decision making on insists the target of having 20 million doses available by the end of the year. Is realistic. It's possible certainly heard those discussions and I think that's a reasonable prediction. And I have confidence around that assistant nursing professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experienced severe side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot had chills, nausea, fatigue headache the day after that vaccine. On Ben. That evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. I took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms. And if they do, they'll go away. I'm at Madison. Bye in Tech is ramping up production of its Corona by respect seen the German company that developed the vaccine in partnership with Visor is getting ready to meet the demand Now that the U. S. Food and Drug Administration's emergency use approval has been issued, Reuters reported that by on text CEO or in Sheheen says the company is looking into different ways to make more vaccine within anticipated production next year of 1.3 billion doses needed I'm Lisa Taylor. I'm Cameron Fairchild. New York City's iconic 21 club is closing its doors after 90 years and business they're closing because of the pandemic. David Folk. Thomas has the story. The restaurant announcing Friday would indefinitely cease operations and lay off its 148 employees. In March, The eatery opened in 1930 on West 52nd Street off Fifth Avenue and is known for the 33 cast Iron Lawn jockey statues adorning its outside. Staircase and balcony 21 Club celebrity clientele has included Humphrey Bogart, Ernest Hemingway, Frank Sinatra, Maryland, Monroe and nearly every U. S president since FDR MasterCard may have to pay its UK customers as much as $18 billion, the country's Supreme Court issued a ruling allowing a class action lawsuit against the company to move forward. The suit alleges MasterCard overcharged more than 46 million people in Britain for over 15 years. Prosecutors say they're seeking a payment of nearly $400 to every user who was over 16 years old and living in the country at the time. I'm Brian Shook Virgin Galactic says It's test pilots are okay after it unexpectedly aborted a test flight of its spacecraft. The rocket was heading towards space over New Mexico when it suddenly turned toward home. Company tweeted. The ignition sequence for the rocket motor did not complete and announced. The vehicle and crew are in great shape, the statement added. They have additional motors and expect to have the vehicle back in flight very soon. This was to be the third test flight of BSS unity. I'm Jim Forbes. The Navy is calling off the search for missing sailor who apparently fell overboard from the San Diego based aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. As many as eight in 10. People in the U. S could be vaccinated against the coronavirus by next summer that, according to Mon, sef slowly, who heads the government's pushed to approve and distribute vaccines, So we need to have immunized about 75 or 80% of the U..

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"kristen choice" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Doses of the vaccine Left Visors facility in Portage, Michigan, this morning. Regional VP for FedEx Richard Smith tells ABC News. The company is ready to handle the temperature sensitive vaccine. We handle temperature controlled shipments everyday, including things that have to be kept it at deep frozen temperatures, Visor has packaged the doses and specialized boxes that are meant to keep the vaccine. And it's extremely cold temperature for several days. Marco Malard ABC News First Dose is only a minister tomorrow. Also the day the electoral college votes. That's another step towards President elect Joe Biden's inauguration President Trump. Meanwhile, continuing to criticize the process, President Trump telling Fox News to Supreme Court didn't have courage or wisdom and dismissing the Texas election challenge He had called The big one there, saying essentially that the president of the United States and Texas and these other states great states. They don't have standing among the pro Trump protesters in Washington Saturday. Somebody has to hear the evidence the Supreme Court going by law that says one state doesn't interfere with another state selections. State and federal judges across the U. S have ruled against almost all Trump team cases, some citing lack of evidence. That's ABC. Chuck's Iverson. Today was the self imposed deadline for a trade agreement head of Britain's exit from the European Union, but with no deal in place, the two sides say they will continue talks. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. USC is celebrating a victory over their cross town rivals. The Trojans defeated U. C L a 43 to 38 yesterday. The Trojans rally from an 18 point third quarter deficit and scored the winning touchdown in the closing seconds. USC has won all five of their games this season, while U C L A falls to three and three clashes between Trump supporters encounter. Protesters left one person shot and four stabbed. The shooting happened in Olympia, Washington on Saturday and the suspect is in custody. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn spoke to the thousands of Trump supporters in the nation's capital Indian assistant nursing professor at U. C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experienced some side effects. Kristen choices she had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache and a fever of nearly 105 degrees throughout the day, But she says the vaccine was working because it triggered her body to produce an immune response. I'm Jodi Guerrero. Sacramento traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. We've got a big incident in Sacramento. Sigalert North found five at Jay Street..

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick. Take this is Bloomberg Radio Noah Global News Update. The U. S death toll from the Corona virus is expected to pass 300,000 today. The database at Johns Hopkins University Saturday put the total number of covert 19 related deaths in the U. S at over 297,000. The virus has killed over 1.6 million worldwide Covert vaccines are expected to start arriving at hospitals beginning Monday. Chief operating officer at Operation Warp Speed, Army General Gus Purna says yesterday the Fizer vaccines will be shipped out to 636 locations nationwide in the next 24 hours. The shipments will be escorted by U. S marshals and tagged with tracking devices in the vaccine will be chilled at negative 94 degrees during transport and assistant nursing Professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experiencing side effects. Matt Matt Johnson with the tails Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. Chills, nausea, fatigue headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. I took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms, and if they do, they'll go away. I met Madden Sin a woman is scoring points in a power five college football game for the first time. Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller kicked two extra points Saturday during the Commodore's 42 17 home field loss against Tennessee. It was only Fuller second football game. She's the goalkeeper for Vanderbilt SEC tournament champion soccer team. Fuller became the first woman to play in a power five game on November 28. The only total solar eclipse of the year will take place Monday over South America. According to NASA. The solar eclipse will be visible across the midsection of Chile and Argentina. Some ships in the southern Pacific and Atlantic may also be able to see it. The celestial event will be live streamed on NASA TV for the rest of the world and will begin at 9:40 A.m. eastern. I'm Lisa Taylor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie to resign after he reportedly covered up claims that the sexual assault, the bas inspector general found that Wilkie disparaged a congressional aide after she told him she was sexually assaulted it of a facility. The watchdog also discovered Wilkie meddled with the investigation and lied to investigators to top veterans advocacy groups. That sense called for Wilkie's resignation. Wilkie denies doing anything wrong. Virgin Galactic says it's test pilots are okay after it unexpectedly aborted a test flight of its spacecraft, Jim Forbes, with details. The rocket was heading towards space over New Mexico when it suddenly turned toward home. Company tweeted. The ignition sequence for the rocket motor did not complete, it announced. The vehicle and crew are in great shape, the statement added. They have additional motors and expect to have the vehicle back in flight very soon. This was to be the third test flight of the SS Unity. I'm Jim Forbes the CMA award to denying that it contributed to the covert 19 related death of Charley Pride. The country music legend was given a lifetime achievement award at the ceremony November 11th. The awards were held indoors at the Music City Center in Nashville. And during the broadcast, many viewers expressed concern that those in attendance were not wearing masks. A statement on Charley Pride's Facebook Page says he was admitted to the hospital in late November with Cove in 19 type symptoms and was unable to Overcome the virus. He died Saturday at age 86. After the news broke, the country Music Association started receiving back clinicians. Fans speculated he caught the virus of the awards. The CMA has released a statement denying the claim and said after the ceremony, Charley Pride tested negative multiple times in college football. USC is headed to the Pac 12 Championship game to face Washington, while two top 10 teams were upset in the college gridiron Saturday, the 15th ranked Trojans advanced with Colorado's lost to Utah. USC later.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:47 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on 710 WOR

"New York City once again, halting indoor service at bars and restaurants on Monday amid a troubling surgeon, Corona virus infections. Ty Hernandez, ABC NEWS New York and assistant nursing professor at U C L. A says she got the Kobe vaccine and experienced some side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after receiving a booster shot had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day. She says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms, and if they do, they'll go away. New York City seven day covert positivity rates for past 6% on Saturday is the city reported more than 2500 new cases. They're de Blasio said The positivity rate on a seven day average was 6.26% up from 5.35% on Friday, and there were a total of 2500 and 75. New cases reported Sound of a homicide Detectives are investigating a fatal shooting at a long Island deli that left the owner dead and at least three of his customers wounded. Suffolk County Police say it happened Saturday shortly after 6 p.m. at loud the key to Delhi on Great Neck Road in co peg. One of the survivors is in critical condition and the other tour in serious condition. No arrests have been made. Police are investigating a 911 call early Saturday morning that led to E. M s workers being robbed at gunpoint in Brooklyn. It happened just after 2 A.m. in east Williamsburg on Frost Street. Authorities say to E. M s workers were responding to a call and someone experiencing seizures. When the elevator doors opened on the sixth floor of the Cooper Park houses, they were held up a gun point. Cops say the suspect made off with medical equipment and some other e M T gear. A similar ambush happened in Brownsville on Monday night. No injuries were report. Did in either incident, a show Kabbalah W O R NEWS. A clash between police officers and protesters turned violent at the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack, New Jersey Saturday. Video shows the officer scuffling with demonstrators after threatening to arrest them. If they did not back up, cops were eventually able to place everyone behind the barrier. The protest is part of an ongoing demonstration in solidarity with ice detainees being held in the jail For the past month. Some of the detainees have gone on a hunger strike to protest conditions inside the jail. Sports and weather Next WR News time is 503. Find not commuting anymore. Where do I really want to live? Well, you handle life's questions. Merrill. Guided investing helps you manage your portfolio and invest for your next.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"California region has dropped to 5.3% as of yesterday. More than 3600. People in L. A county were in the hospital with coronavirus 23% in the ICU officials say If current trends continue, those numbers will double in two weeks, placing a potentially catastrophic burden on local medical facilities. You see, l, a assistant nursing professor, she says, says she got the cove in 19 vaccine, which was just approved for emergency use authorization by the FDA. She says she did experience some side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after her booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in the fight, sir. Vaccine trials and South symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is most people won't experience any symptoms, and if they do they go away pretty quickly. University of California officials have asked the region's to consider a tuition hike for the 2022 school year because of drops in revenue revenue caused by the pandemic chancellors and senior officials at five of the nine UC schools. Say a $300 million budget cut and depressed revenues during the pandemic and made a tuition hike A necessity. Tuition was last raised in 2011. In March, The regions were scheduled to vote on a five year plan to raise tuition and fees that would have begun this fall. But it never went anywhere because of widespread cut drill shutdowns caused by the coronavirus. A grand jury has indicted a man in Riverside County in the murder if it's nine year old son. Investigators say they believe Bryce Macintosh, killed his son last year, then bought gloves, acid drain opener and a trash can Indictment also includes a special circumstance allegation of torture. Judge in Wisconsin has rejected President Trump's lawsuit asking the court to order the state Legislature to name Trump the winner over Joe Biden. The Supreme Court in Wisconsin is also hearing another case asking to toss more than two. It's 221,000 absentee ballots is not normal. Justice Jill Kurowski says the lawsuit, as she puts it, Smacks of racism you wanted. You want us to overturn this election so that your king can stay in power, and that is so on American, Kurowski says. This kind of request is unheard of in American in straight. Joe Biden has picked Susan Rice to be his domestic policy adviser. He says it took some time to convince her to take the job. Her voice is particularly needed this critical moment. Granddaughter of immigrants, senator enslaved people. Susan will be ineffective entire list champion for all Americans. Rice was the national security Advisor U. N Ambassador, an assistant secretary of state for African affairs in the Obama and Clinton administrations. Some sea animals might be caught between ice and a hard place. The world's largest iceberg is on course to crash.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"86. He died of covert 19 complications. Pride was one of the few successful black country musicians when he first started out in the industry. He was also the first black musician to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. Some of prides hits were just between You and me. All I have to offer Is anybody going to San Antone and kiss an angel? Good morning. Right, also played on a few baseball teams in the Negro American League. The head of the Food and Drug Administration says they're giving the green light for emergency use of the Fizer covert vaccine Commissioner Steve Han says Although the vaccine was prepared and record time, he says, Americans can have trust and confidence it meets. The FDA is high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners. Medical products were still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials in poor Safety checks remain in place. The FDA is reviewed. Teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr. Hunt says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor. Assistant nursing professor at U C L. A. Says she got the coded vaccine and experienced side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in Fizer Vaccine trials. I'm Cameron Fairchild. MasterCard may have to pay its United Kingdom customers as much as $18 billion, the country's Supreme Court issued a ruling allowing a class action lawsuit against the company to move forward. The suit alleges MasterCard overcharged more than 46 million people in Britain for over 15 years. Prosecutors say they're seeking a payment of nearly $400 to every user who was over 16 years old and living in the country at the time. I'm Brian Shook United Airlines says It's going 100% green by 2050. The airline pledged this week to virtually eliminate all its greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades. United CEO Scott Kirby called it the company's responsibility to help fight climate change as well as to solve it. Among the key steps United will invest millions in direct heir capture technology along with working to develop sustainable aviation fuel. I'm at Madison, a Georgia youth football coach, is expelled from the league after a shocking viral video. Sarah Bartlett has details. It happened at a tournament in Kissimmee, Florida, with players seven years old and younger Savannah coach Gerald Williams's seen hitting a young player twice once, knocking him off balance and again, knocking him to the ground. The video has On viral, even garnering criticism from pro athletes like LeBron James. The boy's mother was notified of the incident but decided not to press charges. Former NHL great Wayne Gretzky still setting records Joel Stern has more or Wayne Gretzky rookie card is breaking the back. The 1979 80 top so peachy card sold for a record setting $1.29 million at an auction on Thursday. The collector's item features the young recipe in his Evanston Oilers uniform and his great into 10 in condition. It becomes the first hockey card to suppress the $1 million Price Breschi, the NHL's all time scoring leader, 14.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Charley Pride is dead at the age of the 86. He died of covert 19 complications. Pride was one of the few successful black country musicians when he first started out in the industry. He was also the first black musician to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. Some of prides hits were just between You and me. All I have to offer. Is anybody going to set in tone and kiss an angel? Good morning. Pride also played on a few baseball teams in the Negro American League, the head of the Food and Drug Administration says they're giving the green light for emergency use of the Fizer covert vaccine Commissioner Steve Han says Although the vaccine was prepared and record time, he says, Americans can have trust incompetence. It meets the FDA. It's high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners. Medical products were still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials. Important safety check. Tremaine in place. The FDA is review teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr Hans says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor, an assistant nursing professor at U. C L. A. Says she got the covert vaccine. And experienced side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shop. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in Fizer vaccine trials. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. MasterCard may have to pay its United Kingdom customers as much as $18 billion, the country's Supreme Court issued a ruling allowing a class action lawsuit against the company to move forward. The suit alleges MasterCard overcharged more than 46 million people in Britain for over 15 years. Prosecutors say they're seeking a payment of nearly $400 to every user who was over 16 years old and living in the country at the time. I'm Brian Shook United Airlines says It's going 100% green by 2050. The airline pledged this week to virtually eliminate all its greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades. United CEO Scott Kirby called it the company's responsibility to help fight climate change as well as to solve it. Among the key steps United will invest millions in direct heir capture technology along with working to develop sustainable aviation fuel. I'm at Madison, a Georgia youth football coach, is expelled from the league after a shocking viral video. Sarah Bartlett has details. It happened at a tournament and Kissimmee, Florida with players seven years old and younger Savannah coach Gerald Williams's seen hitting a young player twice once, knocking him off balance and again, knocking him to the ground. The video has gone by Viral, even garnering criticism from pro athletes like LeBron James. The boy's mother was notified of the incident but decided not to press charges. Former NHL great Wayne Gretzky still setting records Joel Stern has more or Wayne Gretzky rookie card is breaking the bank. The 1979 80 top so peachy card sold for a record setting $1.29 million at an auction on Thursday. The collector's item features a young risky and his Evanston Oilers uniform and his great it a 10 in condition. It becomes the.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:04 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg 11 30 now Global News Update. The latest move in the battle against the Corona virus pandemic. Fizer gears up to begin shipment of its newly approved covert 19 vaccine across the United States. The effort comes after the FDA granted emergency use authorization for the drug on assistant nursing professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experienced serious side effects. Kristen Choice says after she got the shot. She had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache and a fever of nearly 105 degrees. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials. Rudy Giuliani says he and President Trump are not finished after the Supreme Court shut down Texas's request to overturn Joe Biden's victory in four swing states. The president's attorney, told Newsmax. They plan to bring the case to district court. That's the latest I'm Cameron Fairchild. This is Bluebird Daybreak weekend. Our global look ahead at the top stories for the investors in the coming week. I'm John Tucker in New York Business Week for Joe Biden as he builds out his administration. And for some insight into what we might see in the coming week on this front Want to bring in Bloomberg's Amy Morris and R. Bloomberg 99. 1 newsroom in Washington, Miami. All right, Thank you. John. President elect Joe Biden continues to work on assembling his inner circle of advisers. And we already know who some of this Pixar a mix of Obama administration officials, plus some of those who are already close to Biden, and that's made up a far more diverse cabinet than we've seen before. Let's get some insight into what we can expect next weekend. In the coming weeks. We have a Bloomberg political reporter and White House reporter Jennifer Epstein joining us now, Jennifer, Thank you so much you've been covering all of this very closely. Let's let's just jump right into it among some of these selections that you've seen What jumps out at you, the most, especially in terms of what this could mean as far as the policy of the Biden administration. What to expect after January 20th. Well, but the people who the president elect is choosing are by and large people who have have significant federal government experience. They may not be in the same. Some of them are well. One of them is in the same job that he's served in before. But for the most part, it kind of moving people who served in the Obama administration into a different job time around and so things that that really speaks to the concerns that they have about kind of getting up and running in the middle of a pandemic in the middle of an economic crisis. At the same time that they're also gonna have to kind of rebuild from the Trump administration's efforts to in a lot of ways, cut government undermine government and so on. I see. So that's different from the Trump administration, where they wanted to bring in new folks They wanted to bring in people who weren't quote government. People are inside the Beltway people. Whereas with e. Incoming Biden administration. They absolutely want people who are inside the Beltway because they know where all the buttons are, where all the agencies are. That can get things done. Yeah, So, for instance, he has chosen Denis McDonough of former White House chief of faster Barack Obama and former deputy national security adviser to Obama to be secretary of Veterans affairs. And now McDonough's not really Uh, he's on the veteran. He doesn't have extensive experience with the V A. But he was involved in the Obama administration's efforts to reform the Via toward the end of of the of the administration's time in office. So There. You're looking somebody who really understands the leverage of government and power to potentially affect change. And I think that that is demonstrative of The way that that fighting is going about accusing people who he thinks can do the job, whether they have, you know. This same exact experience that you would expect or if they have a little bit of a different background. I think another one is health and human services secretary. He's chosen Javier Sarah, who's currently the attorney general of California for that job. Before that, there are served in the house for about two donkeys. Representing Los Angeles and again he's not somebody with a deep healthcare background is not something you just worked in health policy, uh, for his whole career, but somebody who has been Deeply involved in illegal defense of the affordable Care act in passing the affordable Care act when he was in Congress and somebody who Biden believes can manage a large operation having Uh, managed the California Department of Justice, which, incidentally, is a job that Kamila Harris, the vice president elect has also served in and that guy didn't has Head was part of the reason why he felt like she would be a good vice presidential pick because she gave run this very large government agency at the same time, But Sarah is somebody who has already started to attract criticism. From the Republican members of the Senate. Is there a risk with the president elect, choosing people who may be seen as lightning rods or controversial or hard to confirm? They think in terms of the people who maybe don't have the experience in the same area, which I think Sarah's probably one is one example of an Marcia Fudge be picked for secretary. Housing and Urban Development is another one, Um, is that Democrats would fight back and just say Look at the people who Trump put into those job. You know, President Elect Buttons, choice for Defense Secretary might actually Be facing more intense grilling than maybe at first thought because of his ties to Raytheon Technologies, although historically speaking, Jim Mattis had been on the board of Contractor General Dynamics, and Mark Esper was also a lobbyist for Raytheon. So this isn't anything new that has been coming down the pike in Washington. But I wonder if from where you sit, Jen, do you see this is maybe the beginning of a trend. This is now a new administration and the same thing is happening again. I think biting kind of looked past that it wasn't He wasn't looking at that as a qualification. I think he probably realizes. That was some on the left to the idea of taking somebody who's been working in the defense industry. Um, is really not appealing and not attractive, um, and is objectionable and And he kind of looked past that thinking about choosing the first African American plea. The Pentagon thinking about somebody who did develop the personal relationship with would often Had become friends with by the late son Beau going to mass together and and other things when they were both serving so it seems like writing is, you know, brushing past Pattern that may be developing here and thinking more about just this individual person and that he thinks the best person will be capable of doing the job and that he doesn't really care about the criticism around Austin. And that's kind of I think, you know, the General Biden philosophy of choosing people is, you know they may have You know things that either the left or the right is going to complain about in their in their work history, or, you know, in their lives or whatever, but you know, unless it's something that unethical or illegal, or if they're on the right side of policy issues with him, And they believe that there is a good person who will be acting in defense of the United States and, you know Upholding their oath of office. That's sort of where he goes with things. And we are talking with Bloomberg White House reporter Jennifer Epstein about the incoming Biden administration and some of the Cabinet picks in that administration genius You touched on this just briefly. But let's get into the level of diversity within this group that has been chosen so far. This is not a level that we've seen before we've seen other Residents give it a try. But it looks as though Biden is really trying to build a level of diversity within his Cabinet. He said throughout the campaign that he would build a team that looks like America And certainly be facing a lot of pressure from a lot of different groups that want to see strong representation in the top levels of the administration. Andre. We've seen that and choosing you know anything from the first woman who would be to be charged. The Secretary Janet Yellen is confirmed to. As I said, the first African Americans to lead Defense Department. Uh, you know, Neera Tanden would be the first Asian American police Office of Management and budget..

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"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

"60 to Los Angeles. The president says it will help put an end to the pandemic once and for all. The head of the Food and Drug Administration says they're giving the green light for emergency use of the Fizer Cove it vaccine Commissioner Steve Han says. Although the vaccine was prepared and record time, he says, Americans can have trust and confidence it meets. The FDA is high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners. Medical products were still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials. Important safety checks remain in place. The FDA is review teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr Hahn says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor, assistant nursing professor at U. C. L. A. Says she experienced side effects after getting the covert vaccine. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials. Ah hospital in Maryland reaches a milestone as it releases its 1/1000 Cove. It 19 patient, Nicole Wilson has details. The 83 year old grandmother spent five days in Baltimore is Medstar Franklin Hospital before she was released to head back home yesterday. She's the 1000 person to be released from that hospital after being treated for Cove. It The woman says she's grateful to go home for the holidays. But speaking of holidays, officials in Maryland are urging people to avoid large family gatherings. They've seen a surge of covert cases since Thanksgiving him, they say. It's mainly being transmitted at family functions. Right now, Every region of the state is in a red zone. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Get it. Get it. Right. Talk Radio 7 90 K ABC news at 103. I.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:41 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And have trust incompetence it meets the FDA is high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners medical products. They're still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials. Important safety checks remain in place. The FDA review teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr Hahn says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor, assistant nursing professor at U C L. A. Says she experienced side effects after getting the covert vaccine. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials. Hospital in Maryland reaches a milestone as it releases its 1/1000 Cove in 19 patient, Nicole Wilson has details. The 83 year old grandmother spent five days in Baltimore is Medstar Franklin Hospital before she was released to head back home yesterday. She's the 1/1000 person to be released from that hospital after being treated for covert. The woman says she's grateful to go home for the holidays. But speaking of holidays, officials in Maryland are urging people to avoid large family gatherings. They've seen a surge of covert cases since Thanksgiving, and they say it's mainly being transmitted at family functions. Right now, every region of the state is in a red zone. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. The Centers for Disease Control says a record 188 million flu vaccines had been distributed throughout the United States. That's the most in any influence a season yet the more than 44 million flu vaccines administered in pharmacies by late November signal to 46% increase from the same time last year, and the CDC says only 429 people have tested positive for the flu since September, 27th Making it a significantly lighter season than in years past. They're recommending everyone get a flu shot this year because of the covert 19 pandemic. I'm at Madison Police in New York City, charging a woman accused of driving her car into a crowd of protesters. Paul the Castro has the story Cops a 52 year old Kathleen Cassio is facing a charge of reckless endangerment. After striking protesters at the intersection of 39th Street and Third Avenue. What about 4 P.m.? This witness describes how the terrifying scene unfolded. Scott's the.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:54 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Date. The latest move in the battle against the Corona virus pandemic, The head of the Food and Drug Administration says they're giving the green light for emergency use of the Fizer covert vaccine Commissioner Steve Han says Although the vaccine was prepared and record time, he says Americans can have trust and confidence it meets. The FDA is high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners. Medical products were still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials. Important safety Checks remain in place. The FDA is reviewed. Teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr Hahn says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor. Assistant nursing professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and did experience side effects. Kristen Choice says After she got the shot, she had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache and the fever of nearly 105 degrees. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials. New York City establishes a Corona Virus Vaccine Command center, which will open Monday. James flipping reports Mayor Bill de Blasio, calling it the final phase of the coronavirus battle. And we must focus all our energies, not on Leon, ensuring this happens well and quickly. That it happens equitably. It happens fairly. It happens, according to the priorities haven't set with the first dose is just days away. Officials say the command center will give them plenty of data and provide residents with info the air traffic control for the vaccination effort. If they find certain neighborhoods not taking the vaccine, they'll deploy resource is aimed outreach and education. James Open New York I'm Cameron Fairchild. MasterCard may have to pay its United Kingdom customers as much as $18 billion, the country's Supreme Court issued a ruling allowing a class action lawsuit against the company to move forward. The suit alleges MasterCard overcharged more than 46 million people in Britain for over 15 years. Prosecutors say they're seeking a payment of nearly $400 to every user who was over 16 years old and living in the country at the time. I'm Brian Shook United Airlines says It's going 100% green by 2050. The airline pledged this week to virtually eliminate all its greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades. United CEO Scott Kirby called it the company's responsibility to help fight climate change as well as to solve it. Among the key steps United will invest millions in direct heir capture technology along with working to develop sustainable aviation fuel. I'm Matt Matt Johnson, a Georgia youth football coach, is expelled from the league after a shocking viral video. Sarah Bartlett has details. It happened at a tournament in Kissimmee, Florida, with players seven years old and younger Savannah coach Gerald Williams has seen hitting a young player twice once, knocking him off balance and again, knocking him to the ground. The video has On viral, even garnering criticism from pro athletes like LeBron James. The boy's mother was notified of the incident but decided not to press charges. Former NHL great Wayne Gretzky still Setting records Joel Stern has more or Wayne Gretzky rookie card is breaking the back to 1979 80 top so peachy card sold for a record setting $1.29 million at an auction on Thursday. The collector's item features the young Gretzky and his events in oil is uniform and his grated a 10 in condition. It becomes the first hockey card to suppress the $1 million Price Breschi, the NHL's all time scoring leader,.

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"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"kristen choice" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm probably okay to have one more drink before I drive home. I'm probably okay. I open the window to stay alert. Have a real case. Pop some gum in my mouth. Step out of the car, please. I probably made him George USC Trojans fight on here. Hey, what's interesting Boys County jail in HD to Los Angeles. In the latest move in the battle against the Corona virus pandemic, the head of the Food and Drug Administration says they're giving the green light for emergency use of the Fizer covert vaccine Commissioner Steve Han says Although the vaccine was prepared and record time, he says Americans can have trust and confidence it meets. The FDA is high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners. Medical products were still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials. Important safety Checks remain in place. The FDA is reviewed. Teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr Hahn says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor. Assistant nursing professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and did experience side effects. Kristen Choice says After she got the shot, she had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache and the fever of nearly 105 degrees. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials. New York City establishes a Corona Virus Vaccine Command center, which will open Monday. James flipping reports Mayor Bill de Blasio, calling it the final phase of the coronavirus battle. And we must focus all our energies, not on Lee un ensuring this happens well and quickly. That it happens equitably. It happens fairly. It happens, according to the priorities haven't set with the first dose is just days away. Officials say the command center will give them plenty of data and provide residents with info the air traffic control. For the vaccination effort. If they find certain neighborhoods not taking the vaccine, they'll deploy resource is aimed at outreach and education. James Hope in New York I'm Cameron Fairchild. Yeah, it is. Right. Talk radio 7 90 K ABC News 12 03. I am.

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