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"leighton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Influential conversations from Bloomberg television. Here's Tom Mackenzie. Joining us now is David Leighton, CEO of partners group David. Walk us through what some of the key takeaways were for you, what you're seeing in terms of that client demand in this environment of higher rates, recession fears, of course, very high inflation. What we're seeing is a sustained interest in private markets is an increasingly important part of client portfolios. We raise about $13.1 billion of new capital in the first half of this year and increased our management fees for managing those assets by about 18%, which I think demonstrates this sustained demand that people have for private markets, even in an environment like this, where we see volatility. I think one of the benefits of private markets is that we have a very long-term view on the investments that we make. And I think in this current environment where there's so much short termism, that appeals to a certain you see that kind of fundraising that you had in the first part of this year, it can not be sustained. I think it can be, in fact, we have reaffirmed our full year guidance for this year of raising between 22 and 26 billion for the full year, 22. And that is unchanged despite all of the ups and downs and negative data points that we've had throughout the course of this year. Here, more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings. Last
New York Times Tries Hit Piece on Elon Musk
"So I want you to listen to this This is the headline from The New York Times that they wrote into a tweet They tried to do a hit piece on Elon after their widely mocked and laughed at hit piece on Tucker Carlson only led to an explosion in viewers for the Tucker Carlson show That piece was written by a guy named dick confessor at The New York Times He was widely mocked and left that for being the tool that he is So they tried another one So he did a piece of Elon Musk and in the tweet they write Elon Musk grew up in an elite white elite white communities in South Africa Detached from apartheid's atrocities and surrounded by anti black propaganda So as Leighton woodhouse notes who actually read the piece here's what's in the actual article Elon Musk's dad was an elected official from an anti apartheid party Elon Musk's school had an anti apartheid curriculum Musk had black friends it was bullied for standing up to racist kids Moscow at home to avoid fighting for an apartheid regime You can't bake it up folks They have become completely Yes this is in the yes I'll read the gyms like this I'll just read quickly So they're talking about when an Elon Musk's friend He said this guy sadly one of them was killed in a car accident in 1987 and mister ren washi said he remembered Musk being one of only a handful of white people who attended the funeral in the family's rural village Apparently one time at lunch a white student used an anti black slur and mister Musk tried at the student but then got bullied for doing
"leighton" Discussed on WTOP
"Montgomery county Keith thorsberg area eastbound on one O 8 That's only Leighton's ville road right near monk Caster wrote pretty narrow roadway in both directions for a port a crash activity may be under police direction otherwise a quiet ride in both directions on the capitol beltway throughout Montgomery county and prince George's county still dealing with minor volume delays southbound on the BW Parkway coming down from 32 Down to the beltway a quiet ride on Audi 5 between the two beltways and no issues in either direction on two 70 or on route 50 At the Chesapeake Bay bridge were finding through our traffic cameras to lane sending eastbound three westbound no issues are route three O one or at the nice Mac Middleton bridge In the district traffic moving well on the southeast Southwest freeway fighting volume delays now on both directions on D.C. two 95 a few brake lights between benning road and Pennsylvania avenue no incidents report stall volume at best and traffic moving well on itune 95 Completely different story over in Virginia southbound 95 delays begin after the Springfield interchange We are very slow through newington and over the aka Kwan pass Dale City and the old cliche does stamp hecker patients The southbound delays are from dumfries all the way down to 17 and falmouth No incidents along the way we're still dealing with a V dot sign truck right near Dale boulevard in the service area on the right shoulder It's still causing a bit of a curiosity factor so keep it moving if possible Hurry into mattress firms your end sale get up to 50% off select mattresses from Sealy certa sleepies and more All are in stock and ready for fast delivery Steve dresner wtp traffic Storm team four is Lauren ricketts A cold front start over the region will cause unsettled weather this week Certainly cooler than over the weekend temperatures only topping out in the low to mid 40s for daytime highs today Now this morning a few showers.
"leighton" Discussed on NakedChats
"There is exactly such great advice. Guys i have loved this chat. You guys awesome. And i know that you'll be successful no matter what you do no matter where your path takes you in life so i thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. I'm excited to shed shot with everyone. Thanks so much. For having. I still feel like i am smiling from that chad. Lily and abby tardily blew me away and what was really evident to me is what a great team they make. And i guess that support system that they have in each other has been really important and crucial for the success of that brand. I also particularly loved this story about how clean coin soda started. You know it. Was that tipsy night out on a holiday and they made that commitment to start clean queens and they've been so consistent with ever since they started it as a hobby. They thought it would be a bit of fun. And it's turned into a business and it was awesome hearing them talk about clean queens as a business and how they are more strategic and intentional about how they approached that. Page that brand. Now sorry. Thank you for allowing mate to share your story on this podcast. I absolutely loved chatting to you now. If you enjoyed today's podcast we would love to hear about it. So please take a screenshot of you listening to today's episode sherrit on instagram. You can find the girls at clean dot queens. That is the new account. And i am rachel. Hawkins car as you know. I am an independent podcast. So the best way that you can support me and naked chats is to hit. That subscribe button. If you listening in apple podcasts or alternatively dot fully button if you were in spotify and stay up to date with new episodes when they drop every tuesday and thursday. Of course. I love it when you share the poco with your friends. I also love it when you lay ratings and reviews in apple podcasts because that does help me to spread the word about this podcast and get it out to more people. Well that is it for today guys. Thank you so much for listening. I'll check you stop..
"leighton" Discussed on NakedChats
"Paypal. I feel lack al bottle six weeks off instagram. But we feel sorry behind because we've come back on and you know it's real israel israel israel israel israel and. We're like oh my. God how do you make a real. We felt really all coming back in. We had a lot to let so in some. It's teaching us to actually who lot of effigy dawn's. It is a very quickly changing platform that special. Yeah i do love how you mentioned that you are really intentional about the type of content that you were sharing around the giveaway. Because that's something that i noticed on your page. When number one it came back and then right before the they give away competition. And that's really thing an important thing to north as well because maybe some people listening and be like great. We'll just do the same thing. But if you don't have the foundations strong brand and i guess the content that really shows people. What you're about and i give them a reason to full you other than the potential of winning you meg. Coffee machine They why would have just run on flat. You were super strategic about. I guess what you were doing. At that time. It was such a clever strategy on an even peaking that prize lack most people of coffee Everyone wants like you said you know you don't even drink coffee. But you'd like to have the snake shane in house like it. It was very level. I think it was a barnett's that because our can't going for nearly two months..
Coming Out Stories: Leighton From Warrington
"Are going to hear from layton. He grew up in warrenton in the northwest of england but his family are from. Nigeria is a country where it still illegal to be gay and layton felt so unsafe. He didn't even go to his own. Dad's funeral when i was about fourteen. Fifteen escort the time. All my friends were like. Oh yeah gets and girlfriends and all that and there was this particular girl that everyone thought. I'll go after book. I was just not interested. That's all but at the center couldn't sell any of my friends because been warrants and added time. That was three so warranting. wasn't this developed mentally. Just straight on obama's what everyone knew times but by the time i was sixteen then met someone at school who were showing the same interest so trump site so again instead of going to peak class. We were more interested hats class and all that so we kind of realize okay. Maybe we are live in the same way and things developed and we got together and get a free and this was your first love time. Presumably at school in warrington. I remember the first time we kissed was actually on the back of the school field next to the small reviver time and it was. It was fun and we get so two thousand three and everyone just thought will mates so hang on a minute. Let me get this right. So that was a company as after three s so together for eight years with your first boyfriend was seventy six twenty three. So that's quite extraordinary. Isn't it and you have that relationship secretly. It was create even when we moved giver. Everyone just over friends. My parents lived about a mile away. They follow friends as well. Thought you know just two. Lads shared a house together nothing more and because we had quite law female friends. That couldn't say debate. Friend of their star. Maybe we are in details as well
Project Sealab 1 Summary Report - Part 1
"Way back in the nineteen sixties when i was growing up most of us were intently focused on the space race in one thousand nine hundred sixty four. The united states was making the transition from the mercury program to the gemini program and there really wasn't allowed manned spaceflight going on that year but there was another amazing exploration going on in interspace natwest project lab. One well i didn't know a great deal about c. lab until i started doing some research for the segment. I did hear on the show about scott carpenter. I did read. Ben held hells worst book about c. lab and that gave me a really good understanding of the magnitude of the entire c. Lab project both one two and three. And as i was doing more research i came across a report from the office of navel research. And it's the project sea labs summary report so today. I wanna start two part series on this report in part one today. I'll take you through the report up until the c. Lab one habitat is placed in position and then in part to a couple of weeks from now will review the mission some of the findings and conclusions by the project sea labs. Some report is subtitled. An experimental eleven day undersea saturation dive at one. Hundred and ninety three feet and report is dated june fourteenth nineteen sixty five for anyone looking for the report you might want to search on n r report. Ac are one zero eight. It's not that long to sixty two pages now. The copy. I got had a stamp on the cover. Then indicated. hard copies of the report would cost three dollars while microfiche would be seventy five cents and the copy was also stamped. Archived copy of this report are ha o.'neil from the office of navel research. Gif bond captain united states navy from the united states naval medical research. Laboratory are eland. Fear lieutenant commander. Us n. office of navel research and t odum of the mind defense laboratory in the preface pen by rear admiral. Leighton he says project sea lab one was the navy's first step into space. He also states that this report is being published by the navy so that all may share the information it is interesting to note that the background section of the report the authors do reference the work being done by captain shot cousteau and mr edwin a link and that was on their man in the sea concept they they stated indeed. The navy seems to be left at the post by the well-publicized efforts of captain cousteau and mr link. So it sounds like there's a little bit of sour grapes. Their report goes on to describe a december nineteen sixty three conference with the navy's bureau of ships where they obtained support for a c. lab now at that conference. They decided that the mine defense laboratory would build a habitat needed to select a location and they had five critique criteria for the selection one was the prospect of good weather too was good visibility. Three was a level bottom for was moderate water. Temperatures at depth and five was the general features of ocean graphic and marine biology biological interest. Now the site that they selected was argus island off of bermuda by march of nineteen sixty four all the appropriate approvals were obtained and they were often running and the operations were supposed to be conducted in the summer of one thousand nine hundred sixty four now. The mine defense laboratory selected an old experimental minesweeping float. Now the report has quite a few pictures and illustrations in it. Unfortunately the pictures are really not that great because of this. Pdf being produced either from a microphone. Show old old dot copiers but the stations are pretty good. Particularly the architectural drawings of c. lab won both the plan view and the cross section views by marched by may nineteen sixty four. C. lab was ready for sea trials off panama city. Florida on may twenty second nineteen sixty four. It was towed out to sea and sank uncontrolled and flooded over half full of seawater. Fortunately there were no injuries. The habitat was lifted. Towed back dried out and ready for another try on may twenty six this time with success. The previous incident was attributed to a misunderstanding of line handling waters by july. They were in bermuda and ready to sink. C. lab on july fourteenth. They again had issues because of the three to five foot swells and the yard patrol boat that they were using just wasn't powerful enough like chief brody said in jaws. I think you're gonna need a bigger boat. Well in this case. It was a crane that they took from bermuda. The reach the report details the adventure of getting c. lab on the bottom but they finally did an after getting everything hooked up and twenty four hour checkout on monday july twentieth. One thousand nine hundred sixty four at seventeen thirty five. That's five thirty five pm for you. Civilians c. lab one was manned by robert e. less anderson robert a barth sanders w manning and robert e thompson. Now what were the conditions like on c. lab interesting. The report says see lab proper dry inhabitable atmosphere satisfactory temperatures. Seventy eight degrees chilly. Water supply water not available heaters operable. Tv monitor not hooked up properly. Hot water heaters not operating refrigerator not operating co two scrubbers satisfactory. Electro writer. Satisfactory calibrated microphones not functioning. Crass burgo two meters satisfactory lights satisfactory. So you can see. There was still a lot of things that needed to be repaired. So i had to do was fixed everything that wasn't working and then complete their mission so in part to this series i'll take you through the mission the findings and conclusions from project sea lab some report of nineteen sixty five americas first journey into interspace. And that will be next time here on scuba shack
"leighton" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks
"And i don't i don't i said you versus say well i'm peter But what i can do is i can say look at how god treat peter and therefore look at what god may say to me. Whenever i find. I self denying christ or i find myself Struggling with my faith Look at how. God treated One of his own during that time. And so there's application to how god treated the first century jew to us but we do have to understand. There's a difference between what he says necessarily to an apostle Who has been chosen for a very special purpose in in in contradiction to what. Maybe he's saying to us. And sometimes we like to be treated like apostles. You know we'd like to be put ourselves in the higher scale of yeah. I'm on the special apostles. Well i'm not a jew I'm not one of the chosen apostles. I wasn't chosen for that purpose. I'm not still writing scriptures. When i write my books So there is a difference between me. And paul and me and peter if. I don't acknowledge that when i'm reading the text and sometimes i can. I suggest stick myself as the hero and therefore apply certain passages that he's talking about an apostle an apostolic authority and make myself in essence in in the story as one of those apostles when that's not the intention of the tax all why we appreciate it. dr lighten. we really do appreciate everything you've done We appreciate your work especially in texas baptist life. I think you're you're you're true. He wrote to a lot of people helping people especially having to do with galvanised. I've got calvin est in my family. So yeah so. I know how it is When trying to deal with them. So i appreciate it very much. Thank you thank you dell appreciate you. God bless y'all we'd love to have you back up to come back and help our mccann. And like i said Especially being a church in texas. That's part of my my work as a texas employees. As a part of the denomination is to come to be a part of Our local churches. So if i can come and serve your church You know my number. You got my email so i can come help you i great thank you thank you bye..
"leighton" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks
"You want to come. You're born with a desire not to want him unless he's chosen you and he will give you an a major causing you to want him so anybody who wants to be a christian anybody who wants to follow god the reason they want that is because god chose them and irresistibly graced them or affectionally called them. This is sometimes referred to as regeneration this is. Why the calvin will often argue that one must be regenerated in order to have faith that they're born again before they believe whereas we would say provision. Now you believe so as to be born again as john twenty thirty one says these things were written speaking of the gospel. So that you may believe and that bob believing you may have life in his name. So how'd you have life in his name by believing that's the correct order. Salinas is what jesus said in john. Five forty refused to come to me so that you may have life. Jesus didn't say. I refuse to give you life so that you would certainly come to me. Which is what the order would be on calvinism. He says you refused to come to me. You refuse to believe in me so as to have life so how does it dead. Man get new life by believing in the life giving truth of the sun and the cabinets have reversed order and say no you have to be made alive in order to believe the life giving truth now. What we're saying is no you believe the life giving truths to estimate alive and think. This is the biggest debate among the calvinism. The provision is whether faith precedes regeneration. Or not and. I think it's abundantly clear throughout the scriptures that we believe so as to be given life not the other way around now the the illuminating grace is what i would replace irresistible grace with in other words the light that appears to all men john one nine. This is the illuminating. Not light of the gospel. God makes his his truth known so that we may respond to it and we're responsible for what we do with the light that he eliminates us through general revelation through special revelation. Both were responsible to that light. Because it's a limiting and it's bright enough for the loss person to respond in faith to it and god's faithful and just to bring more light to those who are faithful with a little and the longer we walk in his light the more that will see the more that will trust in the more that will understand him Just in the reverse of that. The more we suppress the truth more. We close our eyes to the light than the less light will be provided. Eventually being even cut off from the light altogether because of our rebellion in our rejection. Which is why we have the warnings. When you hear his voice do not harden your hearts do not close your eyes to the illuminating light. His grace that grace's sufficient. Here's an important point that i wanna emphasize grace is a gift guy but a gift does not have to be factually given for the giver to get full credit for giving the gift..
"leighton" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks
"He's he's chosen to be granted entrance based upon the goodness of the one who clothed him and those and those are those who have faith in christ and so with the calvinism think mistakenly have done. Is they've taken. Unconditional election to mean not only. Is it about individuals but it's about individuals being chose an unconditional upon their morality. Good or bad. But also uncondition upon their faith in christ and other words god's choosing people unilaterally before they're born not regard to whether they are being closed in righteousness of christ or not and in fact. What god's going to do is going to unilaterally caused them to be closed in the righteousness of christ so as to grant them entrance but nowhere in the pages of scripture. Do we see this link being made instead. What we see is that god grants entrance based upon the righteousness of christ for those who believe which he's not obligated to give to those people he chooses to do so graciously because he's a good and loving god so those are the four choices that really reflect the election doctrines of election trump the scripture. And what you'll see calvin often do. They'll they'll take purses out of their context for example. You'll hear her. Al muller do this recently in a sermon. Where he uses john fifteen sixteen You did not choose me. But i chose you. And he uses that as a support for individuals being chosen for salvation. When in reality john fifteen sixteen is about god choosing from among his disciples those who would be as apostles. You did not choose me. I chose you to be my apostles. And so again. He his choices not to the of other people his choice for these people to mobile be a blessing to the people. Around him i've chosen you to be the messenger illustration of used before is about my children. I've got four children. If i got my oldest son and i said son. Here's a plate of cookies. I want you to go. Bless your siblings. I want you to take this plate of cookies. Cheer brothers and sisters. I am not favouring my son to the neglect of my other children. I'm not being bias. I'm choosing one child to be a blessing to the other children right..
"leighton" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks
"Other venues many of which have been recorded Goal of different direction than maybe go in this particular broadcast. But you're you're welcome to go there download and use the information spread the information as you will because My goal in. This broadcast is to really help people to understand why I don't believe calvinism is the best sociological option with regard to the the correct interpretation scripture. Yet i bring these critiques with With respect to my calvinistic brothers and sisters who disagree with me. And so let. Let's jump into this by By first making this this first presentation of what you may see. There's a duck and others. Whenever you look at this you may see a rabbit. I use this as a just kind of illustration to say when when two people could come to the same text. That's controversial like romans chapter nine. Some people see the duck in the taxed and some people see the rabbit in the text and therefore it can become very easy for us to look at the other person and say well you must not be very smart or you must not be very ah christian christ like are you must not be very A very good You know exit of the scriptures if you think that that's a duck because obviously it's a rabbit and and the kind of the concept can be that we assume a net nefarious intention upon our brother and sister in christ who is simply interpreted a passage differently than we have. Now what. I'm not arguing. Is that the scriptures are necessarily trying to convey both the duck in the rabbit. Some people come to that conclusion. That paul in romans nine for example was teaching both armenian as a main calvinism both Both sides of the both the duck and the rabbit are being represented equally. I don't believe that's the case. I don't believe that. The bible is is contradicting itself. I believe that the bible is very clear but that we fallen creatures can misinterpret and so..
A Conversation With Leisl Leighton And Iain Ryan
"I always like a book where you learn something and enlist layton's latest. It is a whole vocabulary. Welcome back to published or not lay so thanks for having me janet. Lovely to be here. This vocabulary includes knots. Szucs carribean is monte hitches and belay ropes. What are you doing if you using these. Well you climbing specifically you're doing external climbing outside climbing up clemson things yet map mountain climbing. This has made read straightened very famous. we'll read my Hero of climbing fia. He is a television star. I'm here and his best. Might from school. They always liked to do extreme sports. And they priced videos online of themselves. Doing extreme thing particularly back love to climb the mountains in the world and they got a television series of the back of these videos. They did an exit of grew from there and he became very famous. Least to matt and climb yourself to experience some. I didn't I mean i've i i love. I love the mountains. And i'm. I'm an avid skier and been to a number of very high skiing. Places in the world is mountain climbed myself. I've done some exiling. Which i've i've really enjoyed but not the climbing match but my husband and my son are into rock climbing Actually does rock leng squad. I got along information from him. I you know i had. I had internal sources. The title of your book is climbing. Fia what's wrong. What's read Dots with him trying to climb a vice where he has climbed a lot and he can't and it comes out that six months ago he was in a a deadly accident and where his best friend of our doing a climb for the television shire and things went wrong and his friend died. Rate was injured but he is finding that he just can't climb anymore. That fear overtakes. He has panic attacks. That's one of the. The meanings of the taj mahal is is. The climbing team is sort of more internalized aspects of of the title to wound on. The country is a childhood friend. Reads natalie. She's also tasteful would she may be more internally fearful yet she's had a bit avert tragedy happened to her as well her she was married to a man who was in the army and he got. Ptsd after a couple of tours. I've says he refused to get proper treatment for us and it ended up with him shooting. Natalia and himself she survived but he did not so she says she feels the need to start a new life again and so she returns to the place that she grew up as a child that always comforted her and that she thinks it's going to be a really great place to take her daughter. Chilly in this. This place has bob bob east ethic. Everybody should have a bob in their life. Maybe that's well. Bob was actually in spot a little bit by a few people that i've met in my life one of them specifically actually who was an owner of a horse riding camp. I used to down to win when i was a teenager and there was the place called. Say missed palomino stuff. Actually mentioned in the acknowledgements signed by the raid family. And bob was the matriarch of that family and yet she was just a very special person very warm and loving but strict to to all the kids that went there. My bobby's much more gregarious than Than you know. The the read matriarch for husband. She's says she very much inspired character. But it's also little bits and pieces of other people who have been in my life as well that i just wanted to give a nod to the kind of people who have backed by nerve certain families whether those families are born or might will.
Dallas Cowboys LB Leighton Vander Esch Out With Collarbone Injury
"A couple of housekeeping items with the cowboys because everything they do is such a big deal. They lost their tight end blake jar win they're thinking possibly could be a torn ACL Layton. Vander s you hadn't played since week ten of last season has got a fractured collarbone and offensive tackle Cameron erving left with a left knee injury and they lost the game to the rams other than that everything's fine. Everything's fine. Long trip to Texas.
"leighton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Where is their fairness? Where is there? Justice? And it's such a nonsensical decision here, Rebecca Gregory, because they they removed the death penalty and kept everything else. They kept the conviction. They kept the life imprisonment. They claim that it was because some of the jurors had made some statements on social media at a time, which again he has a defense team if they didn't raise it. What did you know that? I once said that a part for a moment? It doesn't make any sense. I hate it when our system of government comes down on a ruling like this were decision like this, and it doesn't make any logical sense. Either. It was a fair trial or it wasn't How can it only be unfair when it comes to the death penalty but fair on every other category. That's what we don't understand. And I will never understand how someone who was slipping off. The camera did not get a fair trial in the first place. I walked with my own eyes him. He had no remorse he had He was joking with his attorney while she was rubbing his back. I mean, it was Leighton disrespect for all of the people in the courtroom, and that is that the time where I really became angry with it, because it was just so heartbreaking to see the families come in. And rehash all of the horrific details of that day and have someone who was proud of it. I mean, he had no remorse. He doesn't have remorse. He did what he came to do that day, and they were going to go on the New York and do the same thing. Our guest is Rebecca Gregory. She survived the Boston Marathon Terrorist attack. And now is an inspirational story in every possible sense of the word, By the way, if you run an organization Of it is facing any level of adversity that needs an inspirational speaker. You could not do any better than Rebecca Gregory and you could get all of her information at her website, Rebecca Gregory dot com On her book is available. Taking my life back. The Justice Department under Attorney General Bar now has a decision make Rebecca Gregory. They are going away this decision and they're going aside whether they want to go through with the second sentencing trial. As as a survivor of this attack. What is your recommendation? What do you want to see Done? I think the damage has been done already. And it's interesting that we're at this point because the Richard family who lost Martin mean they pleaded with everyone said that they wanted the death penalty taking off from the beginning because we didn't want to have to go through all of this all over again. And I was the 11 of the people who signed off on that thing. I agreed to it. If we want to just give him life in prison, then that is more than okay, because he In bed to us already. I mean, we have to move on with our lives. So all this is doing is opening those wounds. And I mean prolonging this nightmare that we had been living for the last seven heat. It's been seven years. Yeah, I recognize that. And however, I also think that that our our society requires a level of justice that is is equitable with regard to this time, and it's such a horrific obviously was a crime against you and your fellow survivors and those sadly, who did not survive the attack, But it was a crime against all of us. It was a crime against our society, our culture our way of life. And that's why I was in favor of the death penalty. The problem here is not the penalty. The problem is the system that allows for so many well funded defense attorneys who does this guy's not paying their bills. They're going in there, and they're very well funded and they can fight this and fight this and fight this for decades. Yeah, That's Taylor's part. We don't know when there's ever going to be an end. And if someone that brought two bombs to the Boston Marathon and attacked America he didn't just attack the people that were there that he attacked America. This was Against us all. And so if someone like that can be overturned his sentence be. Then where is there ever going to be justice in anything? So, with this point, you would prefer that the Justice Department just walk away, leave him to rot in jail for the rest of his life. I would prefer this to never even be a question. I never thought that we would be in this position again. Where you're having Tio. Just live every moment of 2015. I mean, I thought 2020 was crazy and like it almost said, Hold my beer. I've got more for you. Absolutely. I'm in disbelief. And there's four months to go by the way. So, um, listen, I love your attitude so much as you can tell him a fan. I've watched a lot of your interviews leading up to our conversation today. And And you just You represent everything that this nation should be all about, Frankly, and I guess I'd like to be instead take the rest of our time here to focus on that focus on what you're doing with your life. Post this terror attack and and some of the real great sort of Positive outcomes that you've had for yourself. Rebecca Gregory, Considering so many of us faced with what you had to deal with, would have fallen into such a deep depression. I mean, how how hard was it not to go there? Well, I really appreciate all the kind things you've said, and I just feel like the majority of us will never get blown up by a bomb in a marathon that every single person has life love in their face. But what I've learned from all of this is that there is so much purpose in the midst of our pain, and I have devoted my entire life for that now now in a number of ways, and I just feel like it. Our story can resonate with someone else and inspire them to keep going. Then that makes me putting a leg on every day and still continuing to have operations because of the shrapnel that's still in my body. It makes it more worth it and it gives it more of a purpose. And we've been able to create our foundation called Rebecca's Angels that provides mental health treatment of Children and.
"leighton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Way He goes about things I mean you can't. You can't replace that in the fact that you get that for another year. Absolutely love it. I love the guy and. I'm just excited to play football. Tricky I never know if he's going to snap your neck back off or if he's GonNa, give you a hug 'cause. He's one of those guys I. think that that's one of unpredictability is good on the football field. Playing defense. You gotTa have some of that. I guess you could say od aggression. I mean you're? Anybody that plays defense things a little bit crazy. Honestly you gotta be a little bit crazy out there and fly around. Just that's what you WANNA. Do you WanNa hit dudes and make plays so I? Think no matter what positioning play on defense. You got to be a little bit crazy. With all the turnover that's gone on not just with the Roster and the coaching staff, the both those areas. They're being a lot of turnover. Do you feel any sort of? I guess responsibility to act as as somewhat of a bridge for this new coaching staff and new players, and and help cultivate the the new culture as quickly as possible as somebody. WHO's been here for a couple of years now absolutely. I think that's just the jobs that that we have as linebackers as a whole. We gotTA. Have everybody on the same page every single play and the faster we can get everybody on the same page right now. with all this stuff that we're dealing with. I know it's hard to meet virtually into all that, but the faster we can. We can get everybody on the same page the better off. We're GONNA. Be Obviously, we have more adversity because we're putting in playbook reporting new system so There's not very many teams in league that do that every year, and but we're one of them this year, so were embracing it and we're going to go after it and do it and I'm going to do everything we can to help. curb that matter. Being a leader being a guy that the younger guys can come to ask me questions whenever they want It doesn't matter time place whatever it is. I'll be the answer those questions as best possible. and like I said just as fast as we can get on the same page and get rolling. The going to be. All Right? Let's get to what you've just been doing in your free time. Leighton I saw that you were in Idaho. It's I would imagine fairly easy to socially distance They're giving swelter on that you came from. Have you been able to to lift up the gun? You've been able to do a little bit of hunting. What's what are some of your off season activities? Early on I was little bit limited, obviously because I. I was just trying to heal up in an and just. Take things as they came, but I mean I feel wonderful now in an when we were at home We're getting a little bit horny in doing just getting some good exercise that way. were out by ourselves. Camping fishing just started to warm up a little bit before I came back But. It was it's. It's a fun off season back. A home the you now now doors and hanging out and. Meet around Campfire anything like that I didn't get the chance to go hunting or anything really. Everything's really close except for wolves obviously but I couldn't do any of that the season. Hunting for you. Being responsible. Since that is you know everybody kind of knows your the rugged outdoorsmen, and and you are the wolf under. Have you had any like it? Teammates hit you up these years like hey. I WANNA come out to Idaho, with you. Own a hunt wolves. Like Probably half the do would I don't know if they just said or I feel like I'm pretty confident. The majority of the guys would come. Come stroll around mountains of me. All right now I'm GONNA. Put You. Have you just walk right into it late? What's the one guy that would possibly pull a Dick Cheney on you and don't be able to shoot straight and would be a liability for you if you put a gun on him and you guys went in the backwoods. Oh Gosh. Oh Man Zeke. I was thinking the second thing. Is. I think we talked. We talked about it the one time he was like he's like. Those things are scary now. They're really not that bad like you would be fine and so i. think he would just be so like you'd have bucks or someone goes out there. and. I don't even know if he's shot a gun in his live so. I would have to really question Alan. He. Go Pro for us. I need video or it didn't happen documentation on every bit of it. And I don't know if you get a chance to watch. The teams miked up segments ever, but there was a point last year where you were doing the the wolf owl and the team website. Put a video out there Zeke explaining to Tony Pollard that you actually hunt wolves and Yeah, he seemed pretty, you know. He seemed like it was a little heavy for him and you know. Yeah, that's crazy. He literally hunts wolves, and then only Pollard had to say oh. They're overrun with wolves like in Frisco. Rabbits is either so many rabbits and. Not like rabbits at all. Yeah I think I think I did see that clip. Emmy Lafley hard but. I'm all game for for taking the guys out in showing them the ways out there, so just gotTa let me know and actually come out instead of saying. That's so amazing. Well I don't want to take up too much more of your time because I know that you've been busy, but we really really really appreciate you jumping on the podcast with us, so continue to hell and We're looking forward to seeing CNN ball out again next year. Absolutely, thank you so much. Looking forward to it to. iheartradio state farm know that the graduation stage is the first of many and wild grads may not be walking across one this year..
"leighton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Way He goes about things I mean you can't. You can't replace that in the fact that you get that for another year. Absolutely love it. I love the guy and. I'm just excited to play football. Tricky I never know if he's going to snap your neck back off or if he's GonNa, give you a hug 'cause. He's one of those guys I. think that that's one of unpredictability is good on the football field. Playing defense. You gotTa have some of that. I guess you could say od aggression. I mean you're? Anybody that plays defense things a little bit crazy. Honestly you gotta be a little bit crazy out there and fly around. Just that's what you WANNA. Do you WanNa hit dudes and make plays so I? Think no matter what positioning play on defense. You got to be a little bit crazy. With all the turnover that's gone on not just with the Roster and the coaching staff, the both those areas. They're being a lot of turnover. Do you feel any sort of? I guess responsibility to act as as somewhat of a bridge for this new coaching staff and new players, and and help cultivate the the new culture as quickly as possible as somebody. WHO's been here for a couple of years now absolutely. I think that's just the jobs that that we have as linebackers as a whole. We gotTA. Have everybody on the same page every single play and the faster we can get everybody on the same page right now. with all this stuff that we're dealing with. I know it's hard to meet virtually into all that, but the faster we can. We can get everybody on the same page the better off. We're GONNA. Be Obviously, we have more adversity because we're putting in playbook reporting new system so There's not very many teams in league that do that every year, and but we're one of them this year, so were embracing it and we're going to go after it and do it and I'm going to do everything we can to help. curb that matter. Being a leader being a guy that the younger guys can come to ask me questions whenever they want It doesn't matter time place whatever it is. I'll be the answer those questions as best possible. and like I said just as fast as we can get on the same page and get rolling. The going to be. All Right? Let's get to what you've just been doing in your free time. Leighton I saw that you were in Idaho. It's I would imagine fairly easy to socially distance They're giving swelter on that you came from. Have you been able to to lift up the gun? You've been able to do a little bit of hunting. What's what are some of your off season activities? Early on I was little bit limited, obviously because I. I was just trying to heal up in an and just. Take things as they came, but I mean I feel wonderful now in an when we were at home We're getting a little bit horny in doing just getting some good exercise that way. were out by ourselves. Camping fishing just started to warm up a little bit before I came back But. It was it's. It's a fun off season back. A home the you now now doors and hanging out and. Meet around Campfire anything like that I didn't get the chance to go hunting or anything really. Everything's really close except for wolves obviously but I couldn't do any of that the season. Hunting for you. Being responsible. Since that is you know everybody kind of knows your the rugged outdoorsmen, and and you are the wolf under. Have you had any like it? Teammates hit you up these years like hey. I WANNA come out to Idaho, with you. Own a hunt wolves. Like Probably half the do would I don't know if they just said or I feel like I'm pretty confident. The majority of the guys would come. Come stroll around mountains of me. All right now I'm GONNA. Put You. Have you just walk right into it late? What's the one guy that would possibly pull a Dick Cheney on you and don't be able to shoot straight and would be a liability for you if you put a gun on him and you guys went in the backwoods. Oh Gosh. Oh Man Zeke. I was thinking the second thing. Is. I think we talked. We talked about it the one time he was like he's like. Those things are scary now. They're really not that bad like you would be fine and so i. think he would just be so like you'd have bucks or someone goes out there. and. I don't even know if he's shot a gun in his live so. I would have to really question Alan. He. Go Pro for us. I need video or it didn't happen documentation on every bit of it. And I don't know if you get a chance to watch. The teams miked up segments ever, but there was a point last year where you were doing the the wolf owl and the team website. Put a video out there Zeke explaining to Tony Pollard that you actually hunt wolves and Yeah, he seemed pretty, you know. He seemed like it was a little heavy for him and you know. Yeah, that's crazy. He literally hunts wolves, and then only Pollard had to say oh. They're overrun with wolves like in Frisco. Rabbits is either so many rabbits and. Not like rabbits at all. Yeah I think I think I did see that clip. Emmy Lafley hard but. I'm all game for for taking the guys out in showing them the ways out there, so just gotTa let me know and actually come out instead of saying. That's so amazing. Well I don't want to take up too much more of your time because I know that you've been busy, but we really really really appreciate you jumping on the podcast with us, so continue to hell and We're looking forward to seeing CNN ball out again next year. Absolutely, thank you so much. Looking forward to it to. iheartradio state farm know that the graduation stage is the first of many and wild grads may not be.
"leighton" Discussed on One Accord Ministry
"That was really in you and I was kind of copying. You goes back to one of the things I said was. Will you come to know? Christ you recognize that you are a center that one if you not worth saving. It's a blessing that got. Choose to save you and because of that you begin to see yourself for who you are. There are a lot of people who come to church for a variety of different reasons. And they don't come to say they'll come to see themselves not they may come There are people in the church. Who are looking for mates The undeterred a looking for our already empty church who can make money off the George I mean I've seen a variety of different things said GONNA people heading out business cards and things. It's a lot of things that go on with people. Come into the church. So just because the person in the church house at the lean they say man autograph and that includes pastors elders in needs every want. So what about because he got one more kind of controversial topic? I guess we ourselves. Some people have different philosophies on this. So what about those? Who are never offered salvation. Well one it takes God to God is the one who calls everyone needs to salvation so God knows who will accept in who will not. He's already he knows if he's already gone through the whole thing. He lives in turn itself. We'll macho through todd. But God is not. He sees a Ho- when top he arranges for people to say Nikola in on one deepen was that needs to be saved. God will make a way for them to hear the Gospel showtime the if if someone doesn't matter where they are a God will arrange for them to be saved if because he knows that they will accept the Gospel they will be safe but those who will not if he doesn't present the Gospel to he has not failed because they would not. He already know they. They won't accept wanted a greatest cases of course he presented to them but was Jews when I was walking on earth is they were the leaders. They knew all about it and yet they refuse to acknowledge him. The name was right there in front face so there are some people who will not accept the Gospel no matter what God is aware that is so he. He makes all the arrangements of how it works out. Who's going to be saved in when they saved and all of that? Yeah like that. I like that And that's a I think. Sometimes that's a hard thing for us to wrap our minds around because.
"leighton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Leighton into the market no problems there that is a seven minute ride into the city the W. T. M. J. five day forecast today we'll see a few lingering showers through the morning hours breezy and becoming partly cloudy late in the day high temperatures in the upper fifties tonight mainly clear lows in the low forties Friday mostly sunny high fifty eight near the lake sixty three and one slight chance for a few showers Friday night into very early Saturday Saturday afternoon partly cloudy and mild high temperatures in the upper sixties Sunday partly cloudy slight chance for showers high around sixty six Monday partly cloudy high temperature fifty near the lake fifty four and one I'm meteorologist Kristen Kerr shame with the storm team forecast on W. T. M. J. right now in Madison it is fifty five degrees in Green Bay fifty five Walker shows that forty nine in Milwaukee though just forty five degrees at the moment remember the twenty four hour information on the corona virus you can tune to doctor radio it's on right now on our sister station AM five forty I'm here till studies radio W. T. M. J. twelve guest issues Bob biggest stories the biggest form for talking about what matters all the biggest stake in the states this is the Steve Scaffidi show good morning and happy Thursday the thirtieth of April man what a pogo last to get to this hour before we handed off to Jeff Wagner crews here from noon to three every day on the beach in gender in the week I don't forget tomorrow I'm off Friday be filled in by Scott Morris will fill in for me tomorrow looking for to listing some of that and I'm on my day off before we get any of that though couple things happening on the clock tower eleven thirty five are you smarter than Bill stand somebody gets to go head to head against one of the smartest guys in this building that being Radio City that was a loving thirty five so stay tuned for that but before we get to any of that your chance to ask the questions we do every week it's called ask me anything of the inboxes I used to call it got some questions on yeah can mortgage talking text line you can call or text eight five five six one six one six twenty you can email me at C. dot screen either team did a calmer you can find me on Twitter always appreciate the follow as I try to chase Eric bills at a minimum number of people that follow us on social media applications so we have all those options all right bill said yes question number one all right from the text you want I can a mortgage talking text one eight five five six one six one six twenty why do people wear a mask while driving and they're the only one in the car that's from I see.
"leighton" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"We're sure that you'RE GONNA get a lot out of these interviews and we also WANNA. Thank each of them for fitting in well for fitting you in really. Into, their frankly insane schedules. We really appreciate it. An. Ask for news well. It's been pretty much covid. All the time has an so. Sorry, but it dominating our news here, too, so we thought we'd go ahead and highlight for you a few of the happenings. That are impactful to your business. So, Tiffany! Let's go USDA. An FDA have both issued various temporary flexibilities regarding food safety amid Covid, nineteen pandemic first FDA released a new guidance document to allow egg producers. They normally will be sending their eggs to facilities for further processing the flexibility sell their eggs for distribution to retail locations to meet the demand by consumers. When certain conditions are present. This policy is intended to remain in effect only for the duration of the public health emergency. Another change instituted by FDA is at the agency will shift to temporarily conducting foreign supplier verification program inspections remotely as practical until further notice. Importer subject to remote inspections will be contacted by an FDA investigator who will explain the process for the remote inspection and make written requests for records. In rare situations such as in response to an outbreak of foodborne illness FDA may still choose to conduct an on-site F as VP inspection. Lastly, the US Department of Agriculture, I the inspection services, exercising enforcement discretion for a temporary period to provide labelling flexibilities for products intended for food service, going to retail. There are separate labelling rules for several categories labeling at federal establishment labeling at retail for bulk product, already commerce and labeling at retail for product in unlabeled protective coverings already in commerce. FSIS also notes that these labeling situations apply to product that has already been produced product currently being produced is expected to meet all requirements. I think. What's really interesting about this last? One with the labeling is when you're shifting the supply chain in this manner, your lengthening chain, and so certain products that have a certain shelf life might be at almost the end of the shelf life by the time against retail, so we need folks to be aware of that as well. It was interesting to go to the store recently and I was looking for some soup. The delay in it, but instead of a small container that you know I could consume. There was a bag of soup. It was like well I. Guess for a family of whatever number that would be great, but for small groups such as my own. A little bit too much soup, but I was happy to see that stuff making it through the supply chain and know being used. Due to the corona virus pandemic, many industry trade shows have been postponed or we'll take place online..
"leighton" Discussed on 710 WOR
"That morning no one Leighton the Senate is approved true to our trillion dollar stimulus plan in there to blossom he's not happy about it he says only one point three billion is coming to New York City they gave us less than one percent of the money that they were giving out to cities and states and we have a third of the cases in the nation that is just immoral there nearly thirty three thousand cases of corona virus in the state twenty thousand here in the city two hundred eighty people have died in the city alone grim sorry this pandemic is far from over team setting up a makeshift morgue outside of new York's of Bellevue hospital something they did during nine eleven and hurricane sandy at one hospital loan thirteen people dying in just twenty four hours but one sliver of hope extreme social distancing measures may be working the rate of hospitalization slowing slightly that's correspondent Tom yamas New Yorkers largely adhering to social distancing roles but basketball city parks remains a problem make up games are still happening so at eighty courts around the city the parks department is going to remove the hoops to discourage group play the mayor has said the city would decide by Saturday whether parks and playgrounds need to close that's correspondent Aaron Katersky governor Cuomo calling on the feds for more help than president trump says he's deliver what you don't know that I'm doing everything in my power to help the city pull through this challenge I'm working very hard in New York it's really by far our biggest problem maybe it will be maybe one thing governor Murphy has ordered that all child care centers in New Jersey close by April one the only exception is centers that care for the children of essential workers we need all of our front line workers on the job helping us to get through this emergency a lack of child care can not be a barrier for them or our response the there's no concern in Westchester county county executive George Latimer speaking actually he says it's starting to feel like people describe covert nineteen as a New York problem we saw the same dialogue about three weeks ago as related to the city of new Rochelle somehow there was a tie into the geography itself to the disease he says only through expanded testing today warned the scope of the issue and the need to expand hospital space James Forman W. O. R. news news abroad to buy national realty learn the insider method of obtaining eighteen to twenty one percent targeted returns on prime building locations so it's still a check of traffic and transit morning forty five homes on the garden state parkway traveling north bound by exit thirty seven in Berkeley township police along the left side of the roadway and if you're traveling on the southbound side by one sixty eight Washington township there's an accident there on the shoulder New Jersey Turnpike eastern spur southbound by fifteen E. we had earlier debris spell that has now been cleared away a Long Island some state east on a collision on the shoulder by Hampstead Avenue and over the bell west bone on the brakes as you approach bring Phil Boulevard at least one lane blocked off with an accident there inbound waters who got that built.
"leighton" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Ten o'clock that morning on the one Leighton there are now six confirmed cases of coronavirus here in New York five of them related to the fifty year old Westchester county man who tested positive yesterday governor Cuomo says in addition to that man his wife two children and a neighbor have also contracted the virus we have an epidemic caused by coronavirus but we have a pandemic that is caused by fear and this is causing fears to grow masks are long gone disinfectant flying off store shelves and people are taking plenty of precautions you should wash your hands he actually sent memo around our buildings do the same thing so I wash my hands a lot I'm I mean I'm pretty good about it and I don't like to touch a doorknob and people still being encouraged to get a flu shot nine wins for Joe Biden on super Tuesday including a sweep of the south after his campaign was left for dead just a couple weeks ago Biden now the Democratic Front modified outperforming expectations on super Tuesday now turning his eyes to next week states he thinks play to his strength he already has trips planned to Missouri and Mississippi and for a candidate who was literally out spent in every single super Tuesday states that war chest is now filling back up he was already seeing a fundraising base off that big win in South Carolina that's correspondent eva pilgrim it was a disappointing night for Bernie Sanders an analyst Rick Klein says he's now pinning its hopes on Michigan Michigan primaries next week his his campaign remembers that as one of the big upsets against Hillary Clinton from four years ago has symbolic value in that sense he's gonna have to show that he could take a punch the the Viking camp recognizes that this isn't me a lot of scrutiny on them and Bernie Sanders is going to be looking to to to fight and he knows he's got a good portion of the party behind him as well he's not going to just give up based on one four nine it was even more disappointing for Michael group Bloomberg he's now reassessing his campaign support already his own campaign to the tune of more than half a billion dollars but right now his campaign chair saying on Twitter the number one priority for him is to defeat Donald Trump responded Cecilia Vega governor Phil Murphy undergoing surgery today having a tumor removed from his left kidney it's believed to be a malignant but Murphy says prognosis very good lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver serving as acting governor public defenders in the city claimed the NYPD inflating crime stats to Stoke fear over bail reform if crime is up in the city it's hard to tell from the number of criminal cases for city prosecutors in a joint statement from five city defense attorney groups twenty percent fewer cases are on court calendars which they claim is a more objective measure because each docket represents a person accused of a crime and charged in court after other cases are rejected at least acted Morosini W. O..
"leighton" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And cloudy at six o'clock this morning on the one Leighton so far there's just one confirmed case of coronavirus here in New York and the MTA says it wants to help keep it that way the MTA is disinfecting subway turnstiles handrails vending machines in other parts of the system commuters hands might come into contact with to prevent the spread of the corona virus subways trains and buses are also being sanitized every seventy two hours and that includes the L. A. double R. metro north then accessorized services as governor Cuomo said over the weekend after announcing a Manhattan woman tested positive for the virus do not be alarmed if you smell bleach more often Alice Stockton Rossini W. O. R. news Democrats in fourteen states voting on the super Tuesday included in that group is the biggest of the mall California ABC's Alex stone is there four hundred fifteen delegates up for grabs tonight here in California the state will play a major role in shaping who the Democrat nominee will be it could be argued California is the most liberal state in the country constantly suing president trump for Democrats California means a lot Hillary Clinton beat Sanders here in twenty sixteen Clinton beat Barack Obama here as well in two thousand eight mayor Bloomberg gonna be on the ballot today for the first time in this primary season vote for Bloomberg two reasons one he can do the job and so he can beat trump the mayor without searching for votes in Virginia last night serious crime has spiked in the Big Apple with a twenty percent jump over the first two months of the year compared to last year there was a thirty five percent jump in robbery city wide sixty five percent leap in stolen cars on the plus side the five boroughs did see a drop in murder and rape cases police blamed the new bail law for the uptick in crime we're learning today eleven year old boy from Westchester county died after falling about three hundred feet from an icy trail in the Catskill Mountains over the weekend Madison at street moves from Chappaqua hiking with his dad and five others when he fell grief counselors will be on hand at the school today coming up now's a check of traffic in transit good morning the river crossings very quiet right now I'll just be parking rules are in effect on Long Island the westbound side of the L. I eat a little bit of a slow down as you approach will stop you and once you're in the queen's you've got some volume from junction Boulevard take you into wood haven Boulevard in bank one is that's pretty jammed up on the belt merge now on up to Hamilton Avenue and troubling and Yonkers we've got a problem spot on the northbound side of the saw mill river parkway approaching her street exit ten push along the right side of the roadway the latest back from just about executive Boulevard the sports sponsored by all state with an Allstate agent you get a local expert help find the best coverage for you and because they live in your community you can always count on them to be there when you need them most plus when you buy the home and.
US reports 1st case of person-to-person spread of new virus
"Public health officials in Chicago have confirmed the first US case of person to person transmission of worry some new virus the US cases reported to be the husband of a Chicago woman who fell ill after returning from a trip to will hunt China here's Illinois state epidemiologist doctor Jennifer Leighton he recently began recording new symptoms and was immediately admitted to the hospital and placed in an appropriate isolation station room where he is in stable condition officials are investigating contacts of the couple and say the man said he hadn't been to any large scale gatherings Illinois director of public health doctor and because he is he gay this person to person spread was between two very close contact a wife and husband the virus is not spreading widely across the community I'm Jennifer king
Kristen Bell to Voice ‘Gossip Girl’ in HBO Reboot
"Working at all yes gossip girl got so it's being rebooted this is not Gilmore girl gossip girl gossip girl member of excel excel it was on the air from two thousand seven to two thousand twelve so excel Blake lively excel excel like live lasted girl right yeah she was on it was like Leighton Meester Leighton Meester offer or do you know all of them you always have on you say you guys all have names that can be first and last name switched intertwined I have them on in the day I always have a month really Crawford chase chase Crawford doesn't say so Kristen bell has she signed on she was the voice of gossip girl she was going to tell you is the narrator the entire series so that familiar voice is gonna be returning to New York city's Upper East Side so we're all excited for that the everybody on the show the producers said that there is no other person that they could have do this narrator spot so Kristen bell has signed on and that's a really exciting now the original show runner and series writers are going to be involved and if you're wondering if the original cast is coming back I am that's a negative the revival feature a brand new cast of teens which makes sense but here's the kicker but both Blake lively and leaned Easter have said that if someone asks they are ready they're ready to revive their character somehow maybe make a cameo Chace Crawford also said that he be down to just me I'll hop on in and this is going to be kind of a new social surveillance of gossip called the proceeds series will address just how social media and the landscape of New York itself has changed through the years and so this is gonna be a very updated version and that's getting corporate a lot more social media because before it was a blog remember yeah I you know I actually now they think about this he needs new art teens because we can't have everybody come back and pretend that they're still in the same way I would love to see like Blake lively character god the teacher at the school or something you know so they can delay that only the yeah I do I love everything about this
Saudi Aramco oil to enter stock market.
"Coming up on five minute news Saudi Aramco oil to enter stock market judge blocks trump rule requiring prospective respective immigrants to have health insurance and Brexit party leader Nigel Faraj will not run in UK election and it's Sunday November three I'm Anthony Davis the Saudi Arabia's giant state oil company finally kick-started its initial public offering today announcing its intention to float on the domestic boss in what could be the world's biggest listing as the kingdom seeks to diversify its economy away from oil but in its long-awaited announcement assessment Aramco the world's most profitable company offered few specifics on the number of shares to be sold pricing all the date for launch bankers have told the Saudi government that investors will likely value the company around one point five trillion dollars below the two trillion dollar valuation touted by Crown Prince Wants Mohammed bin Salman when he first floated the idea of an IPO nearly four years ago the IPO is designed to turbo charge Prince Muhammed ambitious just economic reform agenda by raising billions to build non energy industries and diversify revenue streams confirmation of the sale of shares in the oil giant whose formal name is Saudi Arabian Oil Co. comes about seven weeks after the crippling attacks on its oil facilities underlining Saudi Arabia's determination to push on with the listing regardless Aramco accounted for about one in every eight barrels of crude oil produced globally from in two thousand sixteen to two thousand eighteen it said today it's net income for the third quarter of two thousand nineteen amounted to twenty one point one billion billion dollars dwarfing the income for the same period for oil giants like ExxonMobil which was just over three billion dollars a federal judge in Oregon yesterday temporarily blocked trump administration proclamation the would have required prospective emigrants to prove they would have health insurance within thirty days of their arrival or enough money to pay the reasonably foreseeable able medical costs judge Michael Simon in US District Court in Portland Oregon granted a twenty eight day temporary restraining order that prevents the rule from taking king effect today the legal challenge against it will continue in an eighteen page order Simon said the potential damage to would be immigrants and their families he's justified in nationwide block facing a likely risk of being separated from their family members and a delay in obtaining a visa to which family members this would otherwise be entitled is irreparable harm he wrote prospective immigrants have been scrambling to figure out how to get the necessary coverage navigating complex healthcare bureaucracy that has for the most part not previously catered to those who are not yet in the country the trump proclamation said it aims who's to stop healthcare providers and taxpayers from bearing substantial costs in paying for medical expenses incurred by people who lack health insurance prince or the ability to pay for their healthcare it cited data that lawful immigrants or about three times more likely than US citizens to lack health insurance Lawrence healthcare policy experts say immigrants use the US system less often than Americans according to an analysis by Leighton coup who director of the Center for Health Policy Research at George Washington University recent immigrants without insurance accounted for less than one tenth of one percent of US medical expenditure in two thousand seventeen Nigel farrage the leader leader of Britain's up Stop Brexit Potty said today he would not stand in next month's general election choosing instead to campaign countrywide against since the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's e you divorce deal Farraj an anti you campaigner who stood for parliament unsuccessfully seven times times setup the brexit party earlier this year and swiftly won the most votes in Britain in European elections in May he's announcement this week that the party not would contest every seat on December twelve election was seen as a potential setback for Boris Johnson it risk splitting the vote of brexit supporters in an election that will once again pit those who want to leave the European Union against those who want to stay more than three years after Britain voted to quit the block in a referendum Johnson who wants to win a new mandate to enact his divorce deal with the block said he had ruled out a pact with every other party because it would only any make more likely that opposition Labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn would become Prime Minister Johnson's conservatives are leading in the polls but the country still starkly walkway divided over brexit. The outcome is highly unpredictable. You subscribe to five minute news with your favorite podcast APP Oscar snot speaker or enable five minute news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill we'll follow us on twitter at Five Min News five minute. News is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified
Durango, Elizabeth Leighton and Cbs discussed on Colorado's Morning News
"Same page ahead of that summit more recommendations are on tap today near durango is the poor sixteen fire burns so far it's over four thousand acres just ten percent contained new evacuations are expected at this hour more than fifteen hundred people already out of their homes elizabeth leighton is one of them and she talked with cbs four making choices that you don't think you're going to have to make what's important and what's not reliable thinner around six hundred firefighters are working on those flames you're probably already have your ballot in hand for the upcoming primary elections if you're unaffiliated you have ballots you get to a what do you do with the one that you can't turn koa newsradio is connor shreve joins us live with those details qatar and that's a critical distinction at if you are unaffiliated you only get to vote for one party now the elections division has marketed those separate ballots with red and blue respectively hoping that will eliminate some confusion there also asking that you destroy the one you don't use shredder recycling at just by carrying it throwing it for in a trash can or what have you and its full form isn't ideal amber mcreynolds with the denver elections division says because this is the first time colorado's allowing independent voters to vote in a primary ballot we could certainly see some refinement in the years ahead reporting live in denver connor schrief koa newsradio legal salem marijuana and canada's expected it may take a major step forward later today the canadian senate expected to vote for sweeping legalization of pot house has already passed its own legal we'd legislation in the canadian government expects legal sales to begin as soon as ten to twelve weeks from now there are estimates that legal sales of recreational weed would generate around three point three billion dollars for candidate by twenty twenty seven expected announcement today from nasa about something discovered by the mars curiosity rover the space agency says it involves new science results but the details won't be released until noon our time the over has been roaring.