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‘Jungle Cruise’ sails atop box office despite COVID concerns
"There's a new box office leader everything wants to kill and cash flowing concern over the delta variant of the corona virus it was smooth sailing for jungle cruise at the box office the Disney film starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily blunt took in thirty four point one million dollars during its opening weekend that makes it the nation's top movie jungle cruise manage to outperform even its own studios estimates which figured that was good for between twenty five and thirty million dollars domestically another plus jungle cruise also made five times more than the green knight which came in at number two with six point seven eight million dollars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
‘Jungle Cruise’ Sails Atop Box Office Despite COVID Concerns
"Here We go smooth sailing for Disney's Jungle cruise it about in the box office top spot over the weekend with 34.2 million bucks. I have a lot of money had overseas earnings and an estimated 30 million more from Disney, Plus premier streaming buys and jungle Cruise debuted with just shy of $92 million worldwide. But that could sink fast. We're gonna die next week it will be up against the debut of the
California wildfire flares but within line crews have built
"Wildfires continue to burn throughout parts of the west with officials reporting at least seven new ones over the weekend organs like far the largest in the country at over four hundred and thirteen thousand acres and destroyed four hundred structures but spokesperson L. Nash said over the weekend containment went from fifty three percent to seventy four percent two represents a pretty significant jump in the amount of containment that we have on this fire and so we feel really good California's Dixie far the largest in the state at more than two hundred and forty four thousand acres is thirty two percent contained cal fire's regard there's a better chance that the evacuation order or warning is going to be either lowered or lifted according to federal authorities ninety one active fires are burning in western states I'm Julie Walker
Fauci Warns 'Things Are Going to Get Worse' With COVID
"Cases of Covid 19. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News. That's the message from infectious disease expert to Dr Anthony Fauci, who says The reason is there still aren't enough people who are fully vaccinated. We're looking Not. I believe to lockdown but we're looking to some pain and suffering in the future because we're seeing the cases go up. Which is the reason why we keep saying over and over again. The solution to this is get vaccinated and this would not be happening. Fauci on ABC s this week by the director of the National Institutes of Health, told CNN today that vaccinations were up 56% in the last two weeks. Relative federal moratorium on evictions has
In 'Stillwater,' an American Oil-Rig Worker Seeks to Exonerate His Daughter
"It's a familiar story. The stereotypical American goes abroad crass and brutally honest, but with a heart of gold, who breaks all kinds of rules to save the day. But while the new movie still Water may wink at this formula, it has its own story to tell about America's place in the world. You're innocent, so we gotta keep fighting. It doesn't matter that I'm innocent Dad. It's not about justice about finding peace. That's Matt Damon as Bill Baker, a former oil rig worker who travels to Marseilles, France, to see his estranged Daughter, Alison, played by Abigail Breslin. She's in prison accused of the murder of a local French Arab girl, but claims to be innocent, and Baker struggles with the unfamiliar language, culture and legal system as he attempts to free her The movie is out now in theaters and its director is Tom McCarthy, who won the Academy Award for best original screenplay for Spotlight in 2016. I began by asking him if the real life case of the murder of MEREDITH Kercher, which sent American Amanda Knox to an Italian prison in 2000, and seven before she was eventually acquitted. Inspired this film. I would say the seed was there. I started the script 10 years ago, Really? And I was sort of fascinated with that case, particularly the idea of An American student being imprisoned and then ultimately focusing on the relationship between as you point out her and her estranged father. So it started there and worked on this first draft of the script with another writer, and I just got into a place where it just was straight up thriller. I just felt it lacked dimension and Maybe authenticity, and I sort of put it down. I made the decision is director not to pursue it. Put it in a drawer for about 67 years and I picked it up again and I re approached it sort of from Page one with two new French writers. And we really talked right off the bat with Tamar. But again, in the way Debray about exploring the sort of you know all the dimensions of this story, the human dimension of it. The thriller Dimension suspends
Europe's vaccine passes reveal some pockets of resistance
"Protests have erupted throughout France and Italy in response to plans to require vaccination cards to attend everyday public places like cafes restaurants and sports events the cost of the green posthumously and the health possum from thirteen necessary by the government to be specs nation rates and persuade the undecided and it seems the plan is working with vaccination request beaming in both countries still there are pockets of resistance by those who see it as a violation of civil liberties we'll have concerns about vaccine safety about thirty thousand people protested in cities across the city last week while thousands of miles to Paris for the past three weekends at times clashing with police I'm Karen Thomas
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Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure
Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure
Thousands Protest in France Against Health Pass for 3rd Weekend
"Demonstrators supposed to mandatory covid passes have rallied in French towns and cities for the third weekend running riot police in Paris use tear gas and at least three police officers have reportedly been injured. Protesters have drawn support from the far left and the far right. The
French Police Clash With Anti-Virus Pass Protesters in Paris
"There are more protests in France this weekend over a new requirement that a special coronavirus past be shown to enter restaurants and other public places liberty was the slogan of the day at past protests across France March is two estimates of more than two hundred thousand people around the country more than fourteen thousand in Paris tensions flared in front of the Moulin Rouge nightclub lines of police face down protesters using their fists on several occasions some in the crowd hurled objects police fired tear gas and water cannons say three officers were injured what we see one protester was seen bleeding from the head with over nineteen infection spiking in France and hospitalizations rising lawmakers have passed a bill requiring a special pass in most places as of August ninth the path requires a vaccination or quick negative test or proof of a recent recovery from covert nineteen polls show a majority of French support the pass I'm Ben Thomas
Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure
"Senate is in a rare weekend session in hopes of passing a trillion dollar infrastructure bill before the August recess. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the text of the bill still isn't done. Senator Schumer says he'll also try to push through a $3.5 trillion spending, Democrat backed human infrastructure package. That includes mostly social
Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure
Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure
Mexico to Hold Referendum on Accountability of Ex-Presidents
"Ballots this weekend in their first ever national referendum. But as James Fredrick reports from Mexico City, it's not clear what or even if the balloting will mean anything. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has framed the referendum as an opportunity for citizens to vote yes or no for his administration to investigate and possibly prosecute former presidents. One ad shows mug shot style photos of the ex presidents and says Vote yes for justice. But after Supreme Court revisions, the ballots no longer mentioned former presidents and instead ask about quote actions to shed light on past political decisions. This vagueness likely gives the president the final word on what the referendum actually means. But it may not matter. The referendum is only valid of 40% of registered voters submit a ballot. Election watchers say that will be a tough mark to hit for NPR news. I'm James
Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure
Israel blames Iran for attack on tanker that killed two
"Experts believe a drone strike was behind this week's attack on an oil tanker in the Arabian Sea. No one has claimed responsibility for the strike. Israel blames Iran Poland scored an
Mudslide Traps Over a Hundred Motorists Overnight in Colorado
"And over 100 motorists were stranded on a Colorado highway this week after mudslides shut down the interstate. The Colorado Department of Transportation says the motorists were trapped on I 70 in Glenwood Canyon overnight on Thursday, and about 30 of them took shelter in the hanging Lake tunnel. Crews were able to clear a path to rescue the travelers. On Friday morning, I 70 and Glenwood Canyon remains closed as flash flooding continues to create mudslides and the burn scars of the Grizzly Creek fire in western Colorado.
"last weekend" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Last weekend in Texas in Dallas, up at that CPAC convention, talking about how she drove three hours to abate 00 Rourke rally with a gun on her hip to tell him he won't be taken away. Her gun declared from a presidential debate stage exactly what the Democrats plan to do with your second Amendment rights. Hell, yes, we're going to take your AR fifteen's in your AK 47. And I said No, no, no. I drove three hours to his presidential rally with my Glock on my hip. And I look better in the eye, and I told him Hell, no, you're not. Yeah, She's kind of the baby, isn't she? She used to work on that shrillness, though. She needs to tone that down a little bit, but you know it could happen. Okay, So that's a common reaction to women Speaking at political rallies, they get a little high pitched because they're trying to, you know, talk for some reason. When you're talking to a large crowd of people, you have a tendency to Go up and out with that voice and women already have a higher pitched voice than men, but they got a microphone. It's it's broadcasting and you know you don't have to shout, but I think it's about the intensity. The excitement. You know, it's about getting people fired up. People at that convention really enjoyed her. Of course. Maybe she is a little more fun to look around. What do you mean? Enjoyed her? You know, they enjoyed appearance. Her speech. Yeah. Why would you assume the worst there? What would you know? You know, it's convention. You know what happens at conventions. I like Lauren BRoberts political opinions. I like her. Policy positions. But have you ever taken a look at and I'm not saying this to bad mouth? The woman In fact, I think this makes her a little more relatable. Uh, she's been she's no stranger to the back seat of a cop car. What? Yeah. Lauren Barber has been arrested a few times. Really? Yeah. Lauren Colbert was once at a country music concert and some underage kids were being detained by a cop. For drinking purpose. This is a report I saw. Yeah. Allegedly allegedly drinking purportedly and warrant Yes, purportedly. Thank you and Lauren comes up and she says, Hey, you didn't read them their Miranda rights, and then she starts wigging out on the cops telling them flipping off the cops end up arresting her. She did. They read her her rights. Apparently, she misses the court date. They put out a warrant for her Gets arrested again comes back to court with a good lawyer, and they just dropped all the charges in the end, But of course, well, you know, she's a firebrand. She's a little sassy again. I don't have a problem with Lauren. In fact, if that's the worst thing she's ever done, that doesn't seem that bad to me in hell. No defending some kids, I gotta tell you, I learned my lesson. I mouthed off to a cop once or twice when I was a kid and didn't know better, But You know, uh, I learned my lesson. And then I raised my kids, right? Yeah, you did raise your kids, right? Unlike Hunter, Biden and Joe, you know, it is so hot out. It is so hot outside that came out of nowhere. What? It's hot. It's so hot. I wish I knew how hard it would really it. It's so hot outside the temperature is higher than Hunter Biden on any given Saturday. No way. Yeah, that's how hot it is outside. It's really hot. Outside is my point. I will tell you this. Speaking of hunter, I have decided he has inspired me and I've decided that I'm going to take up art. Because if if if Hunter can be an artist, I think I can, too. I think we all have an artist inside us. Some of us may work with with Clay or stone. Uh, some may work with pencil or, uh, put some else. People chalk charcoal. Charcoal is sure that's the thing and paint. Yeah. Absolute finger painting. Yeah, I I think I'm gonna paint a picture. And what I'm gonna do is I'm going to offer it up for auction at our next public appearance. Billy had we'd raise a lot of money for wheelchairs for warriors. Yeah, and and my art. Of course being, you know, a brand new artists. I don't want to start out. Too crazy on the pricing, so I'll just start it with a minimum bid of, say, $400,000. I don't know if our listeners could afford. That was way below. Biden's Yeah, but our listeners are are fighting's getting half a million. That's 500,000. I'm going to start low at only 400,000. You know when you're trying to find a medium for painting, art clay, paying to that sort of thing. You know what you ought to do You know what Mixed media is all right Back in the day if a serial killer where to go into a newspaper and cut out all the letters and super glue them to a piece of paper, you'd call him crazy, right? But now that's called mixed media. Okay. All you do is you go find things like photographs of famous people and super glue them to the canvas and then words that you re you re align the letters cut out like little chunks of the newspaper article or something. We used to think those people We're crazy, but I was thinking more along the lines of treason and like a river or a lake or something, and and people like clowns Mountains. You know, and put a bird or something in there to sunrise and some flowers. What about our Lagos? Do you like Lego? Yeah. I paint some Legos put them in their time. We'll know you could be a Lego based, disgusting piece of art. You could be a Lego based artist. You know that guy at the January 6th riot was recently arrested and they went to his house. And they took a Lego play set from him and said that this was evidence that he was involved in an insurrection. Well, yeah, because he had he had turned it into a capital built a replica of the United States Capitol, which obviously he was planning on scheming out his attack. I'm not sure it works that way, but you can actually buy a kit. From Lego that will look like the U. S Capitol building. And I guess that's what he has, and now they've enhanced it. The fact that they knew from the Lego group it's the Lego insurrectionist US.
"last weekend" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Just last weekend. No. You really go back to You mentioned that rate out. That's just me. Rain out set up a whole lot. They sure did. Yeah, it's set up a big finished in a Houston series. Another rain out in Cleveland. Yeah. Hey, you give a J. Hinch to seven inning games. Look out. It was an advantage of three to swing in a foul. But the thing is, the Tigers took advantage of that positive develop. Give the opportunity Absolutely UT that's exciting. A good team. I could use that right now, after getting thumped in Game one against Houston and then held that Astros offense to five runs the next three games. Yeah, Yeah, they kind of disappeared after that. Rained out in Houston in Cleveland after losing 13 5. Won the next two games by scoring 16 runs. 322 Cameron's swinging line drive softly into left field. He got jammed, but swing line drive single. He'll turn and hold. I love the aggressive turns it first. Tigers hitters. This camera is going to be in my opinion, he's going to be one solid flair. That all around, athletes got tools all around athletic ability. Again. Here's another series. Jim, with the Tigers get bumped in Game one. It's quite a pattern, isn't it? Yeah, get thumped in Game one. Then a rain now and then take two out of three in both the Houston in Cleveland Series. No rain out in this series, but got thumped in Game one. Back to win Game two with 11 runs and now three outs away from a series win. Harold Castro betting change up at the top of the strikes on for a strike. You're just a good job paying attention to the running game has stopped the running game in this brief time in the major leagues and 55 innings of work. And, yes, the Tigers will still run with the four run lead late. Oh, absolutely. Going to capture down on one knee just doesn't have much of a prayer really is right. Anybody You are mystified by the down to one knee. I am. You know, you talked about a lot, Jim. In terms of one need first of all it In your view makes it more difficult to throw runners out. But also we saw it yesterday. It makes it difficult to move your feet properly to block a ball. Absolutely. It hinders everything you want to do as a catcher. I I just I don't get it. Strike one changeup, Mrs. Away one ball one strike catchers pride themselves in blocking balls throwing out runners. But you know you just you hinder them. No. The thought for a lot of catchers is it allows them to get that called strike and get underneath that sinking ball at the.
"last weekend" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Last weekend, but it's a traditional American, you know, hold bra meeting and Fire weekend. Apparently it's looking of this record cold in the Northeast. Yep. Yep. I was on the phone with my team at a New York with wi me and yet it is freezing out there. Like lots of rain. It sounds awful. Like I'm gonna We're gonna much Florida man. We gotta move. Florida. We're looking down. A man can have a legal suppressor and then ST E due in Washington, not in California. In North Carolina, not skated that's going on in North Carolina 57 channels in West Virginia coming showers and drizzled on the East Coast. Wait What's happening in North Carolina, though, because that is where cold, windy and chilly? Well, that's good, because Carol so Carol of Caroline que se the USA, the podcast final podcast in platforms she is she's out of the Carolinas and she was saying it was humid, human, human, human and haul up until recently. I'm glad that weather is broken as a geography, Gran So I get very worried about whether on DNO one wants to talk to me about it because everyone who talks about climate change is wrong. And everyone who talks about not climate change is wrong. And no one wants to agree. What's really going on, Really Desert were where I live. The wind patterns are so amazingly predictable. Literally. 99% of any wind over 10 Miles an hour, which is every day which is usually come directly from the West from 270 degrees And, ah, lot of it has to do with the fact that I'm in a thing called the Antelope Valley, which which, literally if he'd taken a Internet 90 degrees to the left. So it's now an arrow pointing left. That's it shape. It's a Rift Valley, and it came apart like in a nearly 30 degree angle and the wind comes in, and it's funneled to go straight. And so I have. I have some friends who were trying to save money by installing wind turbines. Don't it takes years for Tonto turn a profit. Mike, Can I talk about my favorite Rift Valley? Or were we going to get into that? Yeah, People haven't heard. Can I get into it? But I.
"last weekend" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Last weekend, but it's a traditional American, you know, Hold bra meeting and fire weekend. Apparently, it's the look of this record cold in the Northeast. Yep. Yep. I was on the phone with my team. I at a New York wi me. And yet it is freezing out there. Like lots of rain. It sounds awful. Like we're gonna much Florida man. We gotta move. Florida. We're looking down. A man can have a legal suppressor and then ST E, due in Washington to sunny California. In North Carolina, not skated that's going on in North Carolina, 57 in Charleston, West Virginia, coming showers and drizzled on the East Coast. Wait What's happening in North Carolina, though, because that is where cold, windy and chilly? Well, that's good, because Carol so Carol of Caroline Casey of the USA, the podcast final podcast in platforms she is she's out of the Carolinas and she was saying it was humid Human, human, human and hall. So I get very worried about whether on DNO one wants to talk to me about it because everyone who talks about climate change is wrong. And everyone who talks about not climate change is wrong. And no one wants to agree. What's really going on, Really Desert were where I live. The wind patterns are so amazingly predictable that literally 99% of any wind over 10 Miles an hour, which is every day which is usually come directly from the West from 270 degrees And, ah, lot of it has to do with the fact that I'm in a thing called the Antelope Valley, which which, literally if he'd taken a and turn it 90 degrees to the left. So it's now an arrow pointing left. That's it shape. It's a Rift Valley and it came apart like in a nearly 30 degree angle and the wind comes in and it's funneled and go straight. And so I have. I have some friends who were trying to save money by installing wind turbines down. It takes years for Tonto. Turn a profit. Mike, can I talk about my favorite Rift Valley? Or were we going to get into that? Yeah, People haven't heard. Can I get into it? But.
"last weekend" Discussed on Rare with Flair
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"last weekend" Discussed on WTOP
"A terrible moment Last weekend when a crash sent a two year old girl flying from a vehicle and into the water below the route 90 Bridge in Ocean City. A good Samaritan jumped in and saved her life and we're learning more about that person. Now The hero who had first asked not to be identified is Jonathon Bower. He describes the moments after he left off the bridge left around the water. And looked at her mom's open. Her eyes were semi open, and then I put against my shoulder very high and aggressively passed her on the back. Within seconds. She spit up a bunch of water, a lot of water, and then I started coughing and then took a deep breath, Bauer's wife, Wendy, says. I can't say how proud I am of him. The little girl will fully recover. Kyle Cooper w T O P News as Maryland and Virginia continued to relax coronavirus restrictions, D C is getting pressure to do the same. D C council members are now urging Mayor Marion 1000 to loosen the district's health restrictions. In a letter council members broke. Pinto and Kanye McDuffie call for common sense measures for reopening the city. The to save vaccination rates go up in infection rates go down the time to loosen restrictions is now. They also mentioned that with Maryland and Virginia, lifting their restrictions, many have chosen to move their businesses out of D. C. And they tell 1000 that lifting restrictions will provide assurance and confidence for businesses in the district. The mayor has not yet responded to the request. Casey James to BU T o P news number of county leaders across Maryland sent a letter to Governor Larry Hogan asking for pandemic relief in the form of a temporary moratorium on evictions. Maryland matters, reports that Hogan's current executive order provides tenants the defense in certain eviction cases. But the county leaders argued that it won't be enough to protect tenants. His courts work through a backlog of eviction cases. The letter was signed by the county executives of Montgomery, Prince Georges and Anna Rundle counties, among others. He testified for the defense and the Derrick Show Vin trial and now Maryland's former chief medical examiner, David Fowler, is being scrutinized. And Maryland's attorney general says his former cases will be audited under the magnifying glass cases overseen by former Maryland chief medical examiner Dr David Fowler. Fowler was Emmy for 17 years before retiring in 2019. The audit comes after Fowler testified in defense of Derrick Show, Vince saying the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the death of George Floyd didn't kill Florida. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh his office says it's working with the governor's office to look at the case is saying it will be a professional and independent audit. Fowler told WT O p last month that he stands by the work done under his leadership. Mike Murillo. W T O P NEWS Virginia Republicans.
"last weekend" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Last weekend. Scripts has not said much about the hack other than they're working on it. This patient told reporting partner 10 News. She is frustrated conditions here. Hurry. Okay, that's going on. They really need to communicate with somebody to tell him what the world's going on and where should we go to get care? The California Department of Public Health says today. The ransomware attacks were reported to the department and is required by law, hospitals are required to provide proper patient care at all times, including in an any emergency situation. The department is actively monitoring and extreme circumstances can suspend facility licenses if circumstances pose an immediate risk to patient safety. There is no word on how much the hackers are demanding. In the meantime, patients or having procedures, treatments and appointments canceled. President Biden says the April jobs report may not have been what analysts had expected. But it does contain some good news. The president says the economy is moving in a more rapid pace than he thought. We knew this wouldn't be a sprint. Could be a marathon. Quite frankly, removing more rapidly than I thought we would. In April. Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 266,000. The unemployment rate change very little to 6.1%. Analysts had expected much higher job growth, with some expecting around a million jobs created in April. School district in Orange County is implementing standards for teaching about race relations in school. Among those standards, quote, students will recognize traits of the dominant culture and injustice at the institutional or systemic level. Some parents clearly not very happy about this. But supporters of these kind of education programs say they are necessary. The district superintendent here, Dr Andrew Pulver, has not responded to any of our many requests. For it Interview. He has told parents, though, that the district is not teaching critical race theory. He describes it instead as culturally responsive instruction. Jonathan Hunt reporting the district is holding a board meeting to discuss education reform Tuesday. Several states are banning critical race theory the Dow up to 29 34,777. And.
"last weekend" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"This could be the last weekend you ever need to refinance his home, the number 855 on radio 855 on radio and just a reminder, according to the research collars to that number are saving on average. $550 a month. Not bad, And of course he experienced seems to be one people enjoy. If you read the reviews, and of course, we always share a couple of those with you. There are over 5005 Star reviews online right now, including Andres. He's out in Spring Valley, California and he writes. We worked with mortgage banker Mr Jeff Fowler and Miss Suzanna Lee was the processor. We had very professional support all the way through and it was actually an enjoyable experience, and we closed in two weeks, beginning to end. This was the second time that I've used network capital and both times were seller will a big thank you out Torun and Spring Valley. Susanna appreciates it. Jeff appreciates that. I think Jeff may actually be standing by now. Yeah, he actually is one the guys here on the weekend. A lot of the bankers Aaron because they know these are the best calls throughout the week. No disrespect to any of our calls Monday through Friday, but the mortgage radio listeners are usually people that have good income. Good credit. They've been on their job long enough. They already want rock bottom price, and they have their goals in line there really willing to work with us. So on the weekend is when we get a lot of our majority of our best callers, people that qualify for rock bottom pricing, So the downside through Monday through Friday is the market can move. Things can change By the time we send him disclosures and structure the loan and have the whole, you know, benefits pitch. By then things can move. And then it's an awkward conversation. And then the customer feels misled. So during the week, things can move during the weekend. Though things they're different things or froze. Things can't change. You have time. You have plenty of time to make a good decision here and most of the time that people want to be all over this, like they like to call early in the morning, and by day's end, have this thing locked loaded, set it and forget it. And just throughout the week wait until the notary's ready to set up. The next appointment were underwriting these usually same day, so let's say Monday. Well, we have this thing locked, requested front of the line by the end of Monday. We should already be approved in underwriting already assigned to a processor already looking at the calendar to when we could set up the sign at the earliest notice. People were loving fast turn times. Rock bottom pricing. No one wants to wait anymore and know a lot of lenders are getting a little bit clustered and clogged..
"last weekend" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Last weekend in her last week, Rather and I mean, just a lot of people waking up this morning. Thank God for the sunshine for the ability for folks to get out and about to assess and start to clean up and that's been going on all weekend, obviously, but there's a big mess it our border as well with this Biden administration. I mean, I think the whole thing is following a falling apart rather, I mean, they're putting gag orders on people down there. No pictures. Trying to hide it from the American people. Exactly What's been going on here. Now? It looks like President Trump may be headed in that direction. Thank God, somebody knows what they're doing. Maybe Michael Bauer. Welcome in. He's our correspondent and following this Good morning, sir. Good morning, JD. You saw from President Trump at least the announcement that he may be heading down there over the next couple of weeks to the southern border. Hey, said that he had been hearing from the U. S. Border Patrol agents as well as immigration and Customs enforcement ice agents. That have asked him to come down on some level. So he said, he feels that he's sort of owes it to them that they're great people that they're doing an incredible job and that it's a very dangerous situation. So President Trump said that he loved to not be involved in that somebody else is supposed to be doing this, but he's thinking that he's going to make a trip down in the coming weeks. Wouldn't give a specific time just said sometime over the next few weeks on some level so Unclear what he could do other than you know, sort of be there for support and shake hands and talk to some of those agents that have been working their butts off down the border. But at this point in time, that looks like what his plan is. Now. In the meantime, things are gonna get pretty hectic, at least this week for anybody trying to get down there because not only will you have the migrants, they're trying to make their way in, and in some cases, the Biden administration having them shipped from the border to other parts inland in Texas. But you're going to have now Several senior Biden administration officials and Congress members coming to visit a Texas refugee settlement facility on Wednesday, and according to what I'm hearing, they're going to bring at least One media organization with them on some level to bring footage to get footage gathered footage of what's going on inside this as they put it, resettlement facility, So they're gonna have somebody I don't know who it is. I don't know who they're bringing, or with. This is the first in the step of many media outlets. We've heard from the bite administration last week that it once they got their hands. In this entirety of the process. Once they got their feet wet in their hands dirty that they would start to open the door to media outlets to come in, But their overall message seems to be in again. They're fighting from the hill, JT. But their overall message seems to be right now, if you want footage of what's going on in the border, used the old Trump administration footage because nothing has changed from that. We're in the process of going through changes but aren't there yet. You know that Zach complete cover up there that the reason they don't want people coming in now is because it's a hot mess. Is Dave races from the Federation for American Immigration Reform? It is not good. Oh, if you want footage just run what was happening with President Trump? Well, yeah, things look pretty good when President Trump was under control of all of this and had it, you know? Ah, well greased machine going right now, Basically, it's falling apart. I mean, Stand down. Stop the wall Construction lead people in. Oh, my gosh, We've got too many. Now. What do we do? It's overwhelming there at the border. You saw what happened with Ted Cruz when he went down, Michael, that he was basically handed a gag order and told no pictures. Not now. So why would you not just open things up and let everybody see Yeah, And that's the and then here's the other part that I don't understand. This is a part of kind of the mess that they've seen over the weekend. We had Jen Psaki getting lit up by Chris Wallace on Fox News when she was being interviewed there about exactly that. Where's Where's all the media the transparency to the media supposed to have access to? And then you also had Kate Bedingfield the how White House communications director that was getting lit up by Jonathan Karl over on ABC. Because she was saying that this is just another surge like the ones we had in 2014 2019, which the numbers don't necessarily back that up. But let's let's say that you're right about that. Then where was your plan? Because if you knew it was going to occur, as it has every year, what was your plan it? Why is it taking you guys so long to get that plan off the ground? I mean, it's Yeah. You're in your 1st 100 days, but you could have had somebody weak number one out there because you knew it was gonna happen. Getting ready to come in. This is not something that should be shocking to divide administration got. That's exactly what it seems. Well, he was so quick to get those executive order pens going and record numbers in that short period of time and immigration. Obviously one of those, and now you know he is reaping, you know. What he says. And it's just just just just a mess. There's no doubt about that Darted, Michael. Thank you for the update. I appreciate it. 7 19 Alabama's Morning news. So where are we with the vaccines? It looks like things are moving on in the right direction. But how about this? 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"last weekend" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Last weekend at 10 P.m. police are Restricting most traffic to the island, with the exceptions of residents, hotel guests and people traveling for work. That's Fox's Jonathan Serrie and New York governor Andrew Cuomo. Facing new accusations over his response to the covert 19 pandemic, governor Cuomo was accused of giving priority covert 19 testing access to his family, like his brother, Chris, a CNN anchor or to his mom. He's also accused of giving it to pharmaceutical company Regeneron's president after someone in his family was infected. Regeneron spokesperson explaining this Was to ensure that he did not pose a risk to that research team who are actively working on new covert 19 treatments, according to the report. At Times, Employees in the State Health Laboratory were kept past their shifts until late into the night to process results of those close to Cuomo to people said the specimens were shrouded in secrecy marks on Lee by initials or by numbers. The state attorney general calling for an investigation from the ethics commission boxes Alex Hogan reporting. I'm very core study and this is Fox News. Take a look under your bed. Find stuff under there. What about jobs? No. Now try your basement. There's a pair of overalls that overall you're not so into anymore. Ah, perfectly good laptop That hasn't sat in your lap in months and even more stuff, but still no jobs. Well, you really have both. See stuff is defined as household articles considered is a group. Sometimes this stuff is no longer needed. Wait no longer needed. That can't be right. Because, remember those jobs you were looking for? Those are really needed. And there the stuff inside your stuff, even inside that winter coat that move with you to Phoenix. Oh, job is to unlock.
"last weekend" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Will protect our health care will roll back with a stroke of the pen. Really Biden can rollback. So many of these executive orders that trump has written, we can do a lot just in the first few months. Let's visualize that right now. What do you want? What do you see for twenty, twenty one, and now lets everybody make sure we spend the next six days doing everything we can in our power to make that a reality. Listen that was a great reason for hope that that scenario right there. That's my reason for hope this week. That is that's that's eight and. We've already seen more than sixty six million Americans exercise their right to vote in this election. Unbelievable. It's going to be the biggest turnout that we've seen. In a century. It's pretty incredible. A lot of the record numbers that we're seeing in some counties in Texas Texas of all places more. People have turned out so far too early vote, and we're not even there yet then turned out in all of the two thousand, sixteen election. So people are fired up and I think that they are fired up in in our direction. and. Keep, an eye on Texas. This year this is we're on the verge of something really huge they're. Exciting, it's exciting to see. Kamala Harris go to Texas right now at the stage and the election that's very telling. Yeah. That's that's my reason for hope to is the work that everyone's doing all all of all of you all all the volunteers, these phone banks we've been running have just been ridiculous on Sunday we had seventeen hundred people making calls speaking of Texas we helped Texas make a million calls on Sunday? On one day day one million calls that wasn't just uh. UH, other groups and campaign and stuff but. That is amazing. People are stepping up like I said who've never phone bank before and it is just inspiring me and giving me so much hope. This is how we win. This is what we talk about on the podcast. This has been the whole thing like we win when we all get involved when we do more than just vote. But when we step up and become an active citizen in our democracy when we define the direction, our country is going. That's how we win and that's what people are doing right now and it fills me with hope and I'm so proud of all the work everyone's done. Everybody. Less than a week keep it up. We got this we WANNA. We WanNa make our everything that we've been envisioning a reality and we're so close to doing it. What should people be planning to do with these last few days? You think trainer extraordinaire Mentioned it. You gave you gave them the one, two three. So I'll just say some specific links First of all vote go vote I will vote dot com has all of the information you need about voting in your state where you can early vote and any requirements and stuff vote early vote I will vote dot com and then the second thing you said was volunteer. So go to swing left.
"last weekend" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Be kind of another interesting. Just. CARE. You mentioned you just flew into. Los. Angeles and we're seeing the fires. I acknowledge everyone listening to this from California who's dealing with these terrible wildfires in record heat. You kind of flew into a very apocalyptic looking. Los Angeles. Asset. Yeah Yeah. It's it was so smoky that you can see ground absurd the I don't know actually how. Far how far down we had to fly to actually see the ground, but it's felt along time than in smog case. And I thought.
"last weekend" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In Iran this last weekend the crowds in the street to mourn solo money last week that was the government saying show up or else there's a chance we shoot you I remember the guests on the TV shows one which he said she said what for us there's a certain number of people in Iran work for the government is eight million or something yeah that was a little bit and that took me by surprise as well very high number yeah and they shut down the government and said March so there's your millions of people read that book dot and there's a million people so it was show up or else we should you are arrested yeah it's not like you don't get paid for the day it's you die yeah but the crowds in the streets this weekend that was the government saying if you show up there's a chance we shoot you I wrote on Twitter this week I said people in Iran protest when there's a very real possibility that the government kills them in America people protest our government while the police protective them I love when you own I see anti police protests and the protesters are surrounded by police where they're protecting their right to protest now I'm I'm normally not in the business of of ranking the bravery of protesters on of ever play this game for but at the bottom of the list I'd put for instance these people are doing club seventy seven I do literally just stumbled across this this weekend so I didn't go way back to find some weird thing this is this weekend there's a protest someone America that involved these people yeah yeah press.
"last weekend" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The last weekend of the summer and we could get some of those summer juices flowing as we head toward Saturday and Sunday were looking at low to mid eighties with both Saturday and Sunday beaches. going to be into the upper seventies so the last weekend of summer might pay off for us right now it is looking pretty good as we take a look in and around Boston we are at sixty seven degrees right now in Woburn read sixty five in Waltham sixty three and hang on and in Boston just a few clouds around we're seeing mostly sunny skies at sixty five degrees it's now ten thirty six thirty eight that is the number of reported cases of illness from vaping in Massachusetts that is up from ten after the state department of public health last week issued an order requiring clinicians to report any possible cases of severe lung disease by vaping or electronic cigarettes seven teenagers have been treated thus far at Boston children's hospital all in all across the country there been four hundred and fifty total cases of potential illness tied to vaping across thirty six states and six people have died if you walk by the Cambridge public library right now you may see a giant spoon outside of the front doors there's a good reason for it sold to raise awareness about the opioid epidemic the eight hundred phone sculpture this giant opioid spoon has traveled through a number of states and has been signed by many people along the way according to artist Dominic Esposito and each location we would meet families that have lost loved ones to the opioid crisis and they would sign their name or a message on this phone so it's a very heartfelt symbol right now and it's really become a memorial a memorial of an epidemic that impacted so many people including.
"last weekend" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"This is your last weekend to by the presence. You were supposed to have bought a month and a half ago. You realize that right? Just saying. And we've been spending a lot of time on the program today talking about the importance of keeping in proper perspective what's going on in the financial markets, and it's periods like this. When there's volatility in the markets are under performing relative to your expectations and desires that you might be reaching out for better, ideas, alternative solutions, different strategies. And it's that environment where you can set yourself up for being ripped off Ponzi schemes pump and dump schemes all kinds of affinity frauds? This is how investors can truly get separated from their money. In fact, the SEC just this week has shut down yet another Ponzi scheme. This one was dominating out of Rockland county, New York, a guy named Hector may who ran a firm called executive compensation planners defrauded ca. Community members. And it gets even worse. Not only was he engaging in the fraud. Yes. He's pled guilty for his crimes he was doing it in conjunction with his own daughter, and they were stealing money. Not just from members of the community. They were stealing money from their family members and their close friends all told they stole eight million dollars promising high returns. Instead, they use the money to buy jewelry furs vacations and to hire a limousine driver. They were able to perpetrate the fraud as long as they did says the SEC by sending fake account statements to their clients. Claiming that they owned securities that in fact had never been purchased. That's not the only incident I'm sorry to say of a financial advisor, ripping off their own family members in Chicago advisor has recently been sentenced to more than twelve years in prison after pleading guilty to taking over five million dollars from elderly clients in order to fund his extravagant lifestyle and his victims included his own inlaws. Meanwhile, the SEC is also charged a stock research firm with defrauding investors. What were they doing? They were issuing reports saying, hey, here's a great stock. You ought to buy it. And what they didn't disclose is that the companies had paid them to write those great reviews. The company was called see through equity, and it's been charged with collecting several thousand dollars per company and the issuing supposedly unbiased research reports. So you gotta be careful..
"last weekend" Discussed on KGO 810
"This is your last weekend. To by the presence were supposed to have bought a month and a half ago, you realize that right? Just saying and we've been spending a lot of time on the program today talking about the importance of keeping in proper perspective what's going on on the financial markets, and it's periods like this. When there's volatility when the markets are under performing relative to your expectations and desires that you might be reaching out for better, ideas, alternative solutions, different strategies. And it's that environment where you can set yourself up for being ripped off Ponzi schemes pump and dump schemes all kinds of affinity frauds? This is how investors can truly. Get separated from their money. In fact, the SEC just this week has shut down yet another Ponzi scheme. This one was emanating out of Rockland county, New York, a guy named Hector may who ran a firm called executive compensation planners defrauded community members. And it gets even worse. Not only was he engaging in the fraud. Yes, he's pled guilty for his crimes he was doing it in conjunction with his own daughter, and they were stealing money. Not just from members of the community. They were stealing money from their family members and their close friends all told they stole eight million dollars promising high returns. Instead, they use the money to buy jewelry furs vacations and to hire a limousine driver. They were able to perpetrate the fraud as long as they did says the SEC. By sending fake account statements to their clients claiming that they owned securities that in fact had never been purchased. That's not the only incident I'm sorry to say of a financial advisor, ripping off their own family members in Chicago and advisor has recently been sentenced to more than twelve years in prison after pleading guilty to taking over five million dollars from elderly clients in order to fund his extravagant lifestyle and his victims included his own in-laws. Meanwhile, the SEC is also charged a stock research firm with defrauding investors. What were they doing? They were issuing reports saying, hey, here's a great stock. You ought to buy it. And what they didn't disclose is that the companies had paid them to write those great reviews. The company was called through equity, and it's been charged with collecting several thousand dollars per company and the issuing supposedly unbiased research reports. So you gotta be careful..
"last weekend" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This is your last weekend. So by the presence, you were supposed to have bought a month and a half ago, you realize that right? Just saying. And we've been spending a lot of time on the program today talking about the importance of keeping in proper perspective what's going on in the financial markets, and it's periods like this. When there's volatility when the markets are under performing relative to your expectations and desires that you might be reaching out for better, ideas, alternative solutions, different strategies. And it's that environment where you can set yourself up for being ripped off Ponzi schemes pump and dump schemes all kinds of affinity frauds? This is how investors can truly get separated from their money. In fact, the SEC just this week has shut down yet another Ponzi scheme. This one was emanating out of Rockland county, New York, a guy named Hector may who ran a firm called executive compensation planners defrauded commute. Unity members. And it gets even worse. Not only was he engaging in the fraud. Yes. He's pled guilty for his crimes. He was doing it in conjunction with his own daughter. And they were stealing money. Not just from members of the community. They were stealing money from their family members and their close friends all told they stole eight million dollars promising high returns. Instead, they use the money to buy jewelry furs vacations and to hire a limousine driver. They were able to perpetrate the fraud as long as they did says the SEC by sending fake account statements to their clients claiming that they owned securities that in fact had never been purchased. That's not the only incident I'm sorry to say of a financial advisor, ripping off their own family members in Chicago. An advisor has recently been sentenced to more than twelve years in prison after pleading guilty to taking over five million dollars from elderly clients in order to fund. And his extravagant lifestyle and his victims included his own inlaws. Meanwhile, the SEC is also charged a stock research firm with defrauding investors. What were they doing? They were issuing reports saying, hey, here's a great stock. You ought to buy it. And what they didn't disclose is that the companies had paid them to write those great reviews. The company was called through equity, and it's been charged with collecting several thousand dollars per company and the issuing supposedly unbiased research reports. So you gotta be careful..