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American Gold Bonanza as Tokyo Olympics Near End
"Felix Contreras Levinson final battle for Olympic career a gold as the American women went to the top of the podium in the four by four hundred meter relay in a time of three minutes sixteen point eight five seconds I know those people in my life who came before me and how they inspired me and I'm also thinking about that the young girls and boys who are inspired by these women by their dominant performances after a disappointing games on the track the men's four by four hundred meter team finally struck gold the cruise down the home stretch crossing the finish line in two minutes fifty five point seven zero seconds the US women's water polo team capturing its third straight gold medal they defeated spayed by a final of fourteen five team USA couldn't get the timely hits and run production but the Japanese could as the host country won gold for the first time in baseball shutting up the U. S. to nothing I'm John whether it
"levinson" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Different states of the world and sopa. We have Is afoot here. You know right from the Catholic been successful in convincing policymakers of your ideas that you know taxing gas would be listed Well so let me back up a second so you said the analysts can do whatever they want. It goes up to the decision. Makers the ceo of the company and that's true with the federal government level as well the trump administration wanted to roll back the fuel economy standards that were set by the obama administration and so they went to the epa and the department of transportation. They said in order to rollback regulations. You have to do the same serious analysis as was done to to enact the regulation in the first place and so the analyst did the regulation the analysts it was the same analyst who had done analysis to put the regulation forward in the first place that had net benefits that were positive and so undoing. The regulation would reduce those would have net costs. And in fact that's what the department of transportation's regulatory impact analysis showed it showed. This will be net harmful to american cars consumers and yet the olympic passed it and president trump signed it and it was Finalized as regulation now this week in the news. It's come under scrutiny. Because some of the epa analysts Work were complained about the process and left out of the loop on that process but they announced this was done. It showed net costs. It went to the ceo which was in this case. The president and the president signed it anyway. I sometimes think the solutions office better has even if even if I don't have all your analysis. I would say you know. Some sort of a consumption tax on gas or some sort of carbon carbon emission tax would be the simplest hicham. Brian's they'd easily understood is likely to be the the dogma policy. But it's not that simple is it. it's simple economically. it's just not simple. Politically intersts symbol politically. Yeah so we have to some figuring out a way to do you think. Are you optimistic. That i mean from an economics perspective because bissett's in the of the of the best understanding.
"levinson" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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Looking Back at Rain Man
"Today. We're talking about one thousand nine hundred rainman. Who a correct me. If i'm wrong. Jim this is like the top grossing film of the year and also did quite welford self in oscars nominated for eight one three and it made like a billion times is budget not bad. Not bad Is directed by barry levinson which you might recognize from his work on the natural. Good morning vietnam wag. The dog and sleepers is written by barry morrow and ronald bass. Maybe ronald bass. I didn't look that up. Shoot just realized which we'll talk about. We'll talk a little bit. More about barry morrow when we start talking about the impact of the of the film had on this subject matter Stars of course. Dustin hoffman as raymond ray babbitt and it stars. Tom cruise is his brother. Charlie and also val area go lino. Who i'd only known as the hot funny girl from hotshots and hotshots part do as a remember her from them. She's actually. she's playing italian in this movie. So gotcha and i wondered if like what happened to her because she was in these big movies in the eighties and i looked through her Like imdb and some does just one thing after another match kept trying to work on both sides of the pond and one contract would interfere with another contract and then that would fall through and that was delayed and she liked it. Seemed like ten years relied. Click by and so. It's a shame in a lot of big movies like the. I'm not saying this was a big movie. But she went to rainman right after big top pee wee which you know not the best. But she's in like you said she was in leaving las vegas. She was in escape from la. She was leaving las vegas. Apparently playing someone named terry jesus. We just saw that movie. And i did not. I didn't did not really must've been a minor role
Arkansas governor signs sweeping abortion ban into law
"Futterman. CBS NEWS Arkansas governor race to Hutchinson has signed a law banning virtually all abortions in the state. Lawsuits are expected from opponents loyal of law professor Laurie Levinson says supporters hope to force the issue to the U. S. Supreme Court, unquestionably the Newark and so law that seeks to restrict abortions. Is part of the attack on Roe v. Wade. It's a very sweeping measure that would not allow abortions even when there are X
At Apple meeting, CEO Cook dismisses monopoly allegations, shareholders support executive pay
"Apple held its annual shareholders meeting on tuesday virtual of course hashtag these times in which we live apple insider had the company. Ceo saying he is greatly optimistic. About apple's future. I know it was quite a surprise business. Done during the meeting including approving apple's board of directors. Please welcome back to the table. James bell tim cook al gore andrea. Young art levinson. Ron sugar and sue wagner. There were also four proposals to be decided to supported by apple and to opposed not surprisingly. They went away. The company wanted according to the report. The passing proposals were the reappointment of apple's public accounting firm for auditing purposes and the approval of apple's executive compensation the two failed proposals both submitted by shareholders focused on amending proxy access for director nominations and improvements to apple's executive compensation program
Trump parts ways with impeachment lawyers as Senate trial nears
"Trump parting ways with his lead impeachment lawyers. There is a bit of a shake up in the legal team that is going to defend ex President Trump on the U. S Senate holds his second impeachment trial in just about a year to South Carolina lawyers have left a bit more than a week before the trial starts. Trump is notorious for not paying its lawyers is notorious for not following his lawyer's advice. So in some ways, it's not at all surprising that you see this type of scrambling on the Trump defense team. Professor Laurie Levinson of loyal along Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington Though
Chang-rae Lee Reads Steven Millhauser
"This is the new yorker fiction podcast from the new magazine. I'm deborah tradesman fiction editor at the new yorker each month. We invite a writer to choose a story from the magazine's archives to read and discuss this month. We're going to hear coming soon. By steven millhauser which was published in the new yorker in december of twenty thirteen as levinson stepped onto his front walk. He noticed with surprise. The bezos is house across the street known larger and stretched out on both sides almost the property lines and he turned right and said offer town. You saw house of his neighbors sandler's steph instead of white shingle. All must have happened while he was away. The story was chosen chang relea- who six novel. My year abroad will be published in february high tanqueray. Never thank you for doing this again in a while but the my pleasure the last time you were on the podcast you chose a story by don delillo and this time steven millhauser and i feel so both of those writers. It's not that there is similar in style but they both tend to have a sort of conceptual nugget that they build the fiction around. I wonder if you agree with that. And if that's something that attracts you fiction. Yeah absolutely are particularly with steven millhauser. you know. maybe because he's written so many short stories and and conceptually. I think short stories Not that novels. Don't do this the short story because of its necessity for compression for certain kind of you know angled engagement. As conception of either in language or inform or in usually imagine all those things it's advantaged by The form of the short story of and with house particularly his stories to me to have a certain kind of quiet acceleration to them. Which which i really love fiction In in certain fund ways it reminds may desert stories of carver's though. They're quite different. Stephen no houser stories. Always have this wonderful bonding between character. Language setting which all stories should have but with the millhauser stories. They're quite explicit. And i love the compaction. So this one has one character. One setting and certainly has a velocity to it. Do you think it's characteristic of what we'll have to dance. While it's it doesn't feel immediately fast. I mean what's what's great about. This story coming soon is that it really takes time with so many wonderful meaningful and memorable details. The first the first half of the story is really setting up the landscape but the sense of it is that of course we need all these details to feel that we the context of it and this is something i think millhauser specialty which is his interest in place and particularly certain kinds of town. And here. it's all about the creature leanness of this place. The shops the houses the streets and of course all the work going on all the edifice making in. And that's something. I think that millhauser houses been interested in throughout his career and literally architecture but of course that architecture begins to melt over into into how he builds his story into into perception. Yeah it's he. He's building the architecture of this story. Well the story is about construction. So i think we should probably just hear it And then we can talk some more so now. Here's chang rae. Lee reading coming soon by steven millhauser coming soon. One saturday afternoon in summer levinson self proclaimed refugee from the big city sat at his favourite sidewalk cafe on main street sipping nice cappuccino and admiring the view you felt without vanity the satisfaction of a man who knows he has made the right choice. This was no boring backwater as his friend had warned now. Cute little village with one white steeple into red gas pumps but a lively threatening town women and smart dresses broad brimmed straw hats. Saturday passed within reach of his arm over the cafe railing. He watched husbands baseball caps pushing baby. Carriages with one hand leading dogs with the other wives in oversized sunglasses grip. The handles of bright coloured shopping bags stuffed with blouses and bargain jeans. There were aging bikers blackhead wraps and tattooed forearms japanese tourists in flowered shirts taking pictures with iphones
"levinson" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
"Professor sanford levinson. And let's dive into jane's pet peeve here one of the things that clearly jane you feel could bring us more legitimacy. In governance over politics is that campaign finance reform. Tell us about your thoughts there. Well for many years now. Every time i think about public policy problem that we're facing whether it's the environment or gun control or any other number of things as well as the fact that our people feel very disenfranchised from their government our congress is not adequately responsive to the people give us some examples gene. If it's working right the congress should do two things. The congress should reflect the views of their constituencies in their districts and secondly economically. If our congress is working right they should be passing laws that deal with mid term consequences and long term consequences of the economy and level playing field that our businesses have to work with to such circumstances. Jane you'd have to comment on the gun. Lobby's versus the national opinion of what should be done with gun laws clearly. There's a disconnect between our governors effecting change based on their campaign finances versus change. That is wanted by the american citizens right and the nra is also backed a lot by the gun manufacturers. They've just got a lot of money to throw around. And that's one small example where you've got a huge percentage of the american people who want better gun safety measures and congress in the face of sandy hook tragedy and parkland has been incapable of doing so. I think that's one of the most stark examples. Sandy how would you affect change in our campaign finance situation. I mean right. Now you've got massive amount of money that sometimes actually donated to a candidate other times. You just have separate packs who are separate from the candidate who spend ridiculous amounts of money. It takes so much money to run for dogcatcher in this country. What would you do about that. And how you affect that change. I agree with what jane is saying substantially. I don't have a good answer to it. Because money talks and shouts and his very clever at doing work arounds one. Virtue of random selection is that you don't have any elections. What you do have is the selection of a group of people that any social scientist would describe as more representative of the relevant public than those people elected to public office. What the framers imagined was that you would vote for candidates on the basis of your estimation of their civic virtue that you would pick those people who were committed to the public interest who were above party and you had no idea. Necessarily their position was an issue of the day. What you knew is that they were virtuous that vision as i say just collapsed. We can debate about how early in the nineteenth it collapsed but today rightly or wrongly. Most people would say they vote on some notion of. I like the candidates policies sandy. I've got to say we're sitting here on a show called. Meet me in the middle. So let me. Just throw this out. The american voters have i believe the american voters have spoken really loudly. Seventy four million people still voted for donald trump with everything we know about donald trump. And look what happened to the senate and look what happened to the house. A message has been sent and all of us need to listen. I think what you say has to be taken very seriously about trump ism. I would also point out. I don't know what the current boat is for. Joe biden i think surround eighty two million or maybe eighty three million by now he won by the greatest margin against an incumbent. President i think since martin van buren in eighteen forty donald trump got beaten and he got beaten fair and square. That's why i say that. A bunch of trim pieces whom i really do not like and in some ways i fear more than i fear. Donald trump because donald trump had the virtue of being incompetent and tom. Cotton is not incompetent. I don't understand why they're sticking with him now. Maybe they figure they'll stick with him until january twentieth and at that point somebody will start saying you know we have to move on from donald j trump. That's what i find so completely mysterious. trump is. I think we're going to have with us into the indefinite future. When was the last a one term. President came back to run after being voted out of office and run all. It's happened quite often. The last time it came back to win was grover. Cleveland led to come back and run. A lot of them. Have dried it really. Do you expect. We're going to be in that situation again soon. I'm historian asked me in twenty years. Have a eugene. What do you think we're going to be there. I think trump will certainly say he'll consider any he certainly not gonna roll it out because that will give him more of a microphone and more influencing elections and he will have a lot of money to try to influence the various congressional and state elections so whether he'll run in twenty four not. I don't think even he knows but he will use it to keep himself relevant. No sandy d like making predictions. Well one little twist with regard to jane's comments on campaign finance my hunch. Is that a lot of big money. Simply ignored the donald trump presidency that they didn't like trump they didn't trust trump. They thought that in fact biden would win. The coke brothers would be the most notable example of this i'd have they contributed ten dollars to donald trump. I don't know what sheldon adelson contributed. I suspect a lot of money. But i think that it's not the coke brothers retired from politics but they funneled a lot of money. The down ballot races. Joe biden got a lot of money from ordinary people. Making you know twenty forty dollars contribution cetera that certainly bernie sanders. But what we don't really realize in. This comes back to our overarching conversation. We overestimate the importance of the presidency. And we put so much energy into electing a president that we tend to ignore the so-called down ballot races and. I suspect that you would find that. A lot of hedge fund managers and the coke brothers. Maybe even george soros were putting money into house and senate races but that one of the things that might explain the unpredicted republicans success is that they might have been able to outspend their.
"levinson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The law firm of Levinson Axiron. New Jersey What a 1.5 Instant weather Fair to partly cloudy skies and cold first here this evening and tonight Low twenties Ah little milder Sunday mostly sunny upper thirties to near 40 even warmer Monday mostly cloudy a few peaks of afternoon sun. All the way up into the upper forties to low fifties Monday afternoon. That's New Jersey. 11.5 Instant weather meteorologist Ken Boom. One of the very few cities still in the thirties, is Atlantic City at 31 Westwood, 27, Lawrenceville 26. Last traffic and instant whether every 15 minutes on New Jersey one old 1.5 You're a real tough cookie with a long history of breaking little hearts back wanting me. Okay, See, I do always get up suit. Let's get down. Rattles here with defense. And then my best shot. Come on. Come on. You don't fight fair! That's okay. See if I can nothing damn song. Get him back on the field. Shy. Why don't you want a shot? Cooking with Mr Reid making little hearts apple bobbing me one of my case. Shall you put that I feel like your best shot. Got shot. Damn! It would be best. Anyone shot Best shy In New Jersey's weekends. We know you're gonna have a rocking good time, New Jersey one a 1.5. Somebody's hurt something. Before the night is through. Somebody's going to come on done, then we can do But you arrested somebody if it takes all night. Everybody wants Chance Get done, right? Going tonight. Mm hmm. Be tonight tonight. No. Some people like to stay out late. Some folks can't hold out that home. Nobody wants to go back. Now. There's too much. This night is going to last forever last last all summer long sometime before the sun comes up. Well, that's Who's going to be tonight? No. All right, All right. All right. I'm gonna be up. Yeah. Somebody's going over somebody. Through somebody's going to come a done way. Can't wait. Everybody wants to take somebody if it takes all night. Everybody wants to take a chance. Make it come out, right? Tonight? No. Oh, believe me, anyway. Okay? Where's my heart? Great problem. Those Eagles doing heartache tonight. The other Eagles play tomorrow. New Jersey one old 1.5 and 8 47 on a Saturday night Bob is on the job. Your knob is set to Bob. And I award you for Christmas Two tickets to paradise for many money..
Trump pardons 15, including people convicted in Mueller probe
"Much, sir. Good morning, President Donald Trump issued a slew of pardons yesterday, including for two people convicted as part of former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and for two former Republican congressman convicted Of a range of financial crimes. Trump pardon former campaign aide George Papadopoulos, who was convicted of lying to the FBI, Trump also pardoned former representatives Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins of New York. Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson says This is a breathtaking list. The pardons that President Trump issued here really have nothing to do with the national interest or with trying to fulfill justice. They have to do with President Trump's personal proposals and personal game. Trump also pardoned four men who worked as security guards for Blackwater and had been convicted in relation to the
Trump announces 15 pardons, including 2 people part of the Russia probe
"Pardon to George Papadopoulos of former campaign aide Go back in the Russia probe pleaded guilty as part of that investigation. Mr Trump also granting full pardons to 14. Other people, including again those former Republican lawmakers and commuted all or part of the sentences of five others hears thoughts from loyal law Professor Laurie Levinson has predicted President Trump has started department people, including those that were involved in investigations. He didn't like. Including the Robert Mueller investigation Now. Last month, President Trump pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who had twice pled guilty to lying to the FBI during the Russia probe. That pardon drawing condemnation from Democrats and other critics. You know one, let's get back to the
US formally blames two Iranian officers for abduction, likely death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson
"The Trump Administration for the first time Monday formally blamed Iran for the presumed and death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, publicly identifying into Iranian intelligence officers thought responsible for his abduction and imposing sanctions against them. Monday's announcement in the final weeks of the Trump administration, the most definitive assignment of blame to date. Besides calling out to high ranking intelligence officers by name U. S. Officials also said the regime sanctioned the plot that led to Levinson's abduction and lied about it for years. On a statement, The Levinson family thanked the Trump administration and called Monday's announcement just one step in a long road toward achieving justice for him, But it's an important one. Attention between the U. S. And Iran is ramping up as President elect Joe Biden prepares to take over
US formally blames two Iranian officers for abduction, likely death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson
"The Trump administration today publicly blamed Iran for the presumed death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson. American officials named to Iranian intelligence officers it believes are responsible for his abduction and imposed sanctions on them more from CBS News military consultant Jeff McCausland, Mr Levinson will be 72 years old today. Disappeared under very mysterious circumstances off Iran's Kish Island in large 2000 and seven it is widely believed that he was on unauthorized mission in support. The U. S Central Intelligence Agency when he was in fact captured. It was last seen alive and a hostage video nearly a decade ago, pleading for US government help and in photographs in which he was wearing an orange prison jumpsuit. The Iranian government, however, has never admitted any role in his disappearance, Administration officials said in March, Levinson had probably died in Iranian custody. He and his wife, Christine, have seven Children, the youngest of whom was just four months old. When Levinson
U.S. formally blames Iran for presumed death of ex-FBI agent
"Points a finger at Iran over the disappearance of a former FBI agent for the first time, the Trump administration is formally blaming Iran for the presumed death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared in Iran under mysterious circumstances more than a decade ago. The State Department publicly identified two high ranking Iranian intelligence officers believe responsible for Levinson's abduction. U. S. Officials also said the Iranian government sanctioned the abduction and lied for years about its involvement. Earlier this year, a federal judge in Washington held Iran liable for Levinson's disappearance. At the White House. John Decker Fox News. Iran has long denied having any information about Levinson. California's
U.S. Female Soccer Team Settles Part Of Gender Discrimination Suit
"The us women's national soccer team getting a workplace upgrade a proposed settlement with the us soccer federation promises better travel and safer playing surfaces among other things for the reigning world cup champions this settlement resolves part of a discrimination lawsuit after the women sued the federation it does not settled their demand for equal pay. Npr's tom goldman reports last year. The us women's national soccer team confirmed its folk hero status for the fourth time. The united states of america tram champions of the wild and for the very first time. They've on european soil but a few months before that crowning moment the us women filed a discrimination lawsuit describing workplace conditions not fit for folk heroes. Travel hotels playing fields. that didn't measure up to their. us male counterparts who've had far less success on the pitch yesterday settlement which is expected to be approved writing the workplace wrongs for the women. They'll fly charter like the man. They'll have comparable hotel budgets. In almost all circumstances they'll play on grass a safer surface than the artificial turf where they sometimes competed from both sides. There was praised for the agreement former national team players. Cindy parlow cone is now the. Us soccer federation president is a good day. I hope everyone sees that. We are a new. Us soccer she meant a federation more open and collaborative than the one under the previous leadership that battled an even denigrated. Its most prized asset. The us women their spokeswoman molly levinson called the settlement an important step in a long fight the players have worked very hard to achieve equal workplace conditions levinson hedged when it came to parlow cones proclamation of a new reality for us soccer until we get to that moment when the us soccer federation recognizes that the women's play is valued equally to the man's play. We aren't at a great day yet. The equal pay issue has made the soccer folk heroes as relevant off the field despite popular support for the. Us women's quest a federal judge in may rejected the part of their discrimination lawsuit that called for pay equal to the us men but now with the workplace issues resolved. The women can appeal the decision. And will says levinson asap in a conference call. Yesterday with reporters parlow cone noted how the two sides reached the workplace settlement in a collaborative way with a lot of back and forth and listening. It is my hope that we continue down this path and are able to find a resolution on all aspects of this litigation. Any conversation about pay can get complicated the. Us women's and men's pay structures are different in ways that sometimes make comparisons difficult soccer's international governing body fifa pays women much less in world cup bonuses. Levinson worries a back and forth dialogue about all this will cloud what the women say is quite simple. Equal pay for equal play. Parlow cone says the federation is one hundred percent committed to that for a team. That's the best in the world seeking paychecks to match.
The health status of those in Trump's orbit
"Has the number of White House staff members and GOP officials infected with the Corona virus grows. President Trump has tried to show strength in videos released during his stay at Walter Reed. But his medical treatment including a steroid typically reserved for more severe cases of Cove in 19 is raising questions about his health status and ability to govern also trumps SUV ride to way to supporters gathered outside the hospital is drawing criticism for risking the health. Of his security detail and potentially hospital staff. We look at the implications of all of this with Dr Ezekiel Emanuel, former Obama White House health policy advisor. And vice provost of global initiatives of the University of Pennsylvania. Thanks so much for joining us, Dr Ezekiel Emanuel Thank you for having me a pleasure also with us. Jessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School. Thanks so much for joining us as well discuss Levinson. Thanks for having me back. So, Dr Emanuel, I'll start with you. And I guess I'll just start with this SUV ride to supporters outside the hospital. I mean, you've called this decision shameful. Can you tell me why concerned you so much? A horse of all There was no need for it. No urgent need. Second of all, the president has got cove it and he should be recuperating. He is the leader of the Free world. On DH. Ah, he's sick, right? How do we know we think? Well, he's gotten the Regeneron Antibody cocktail. He's on run desert here is an ex amethyst so he should not be going out on the last thing is on may be. The most irresponsible thing he did is He is putting other people at rest the people who walked him down in the hospital, the secret Service in the car, just not a responsible thing to do. And it's sort of echoes to me the irresponsible behavior he demonstrated when he went to see off his potential donors in New Jersey knowing full well he had symptoms that were consistent. With a cove it and he probably knew he was covert infected on Thursday. What do you make of the fact then, since this is what his White House spokesman said that this ride was cleared by the medical team as safe to do. Wei have questions about that medical team and their judgment. They have not been forthcoming with the American public. That's putting it mildly. They've lied and evaded questions that are necessary for the public to make a decision about the president. On DH. Ah, many of us have some question about the wisdom of the therapeutic interventions that they're doing layering on decks, amethyst sewn onto the other medications that he's taking. So you know, I'm not. I don't have overwhelming confidence in their judgment. And even if the patient wanted to do it, you're the doctor. You're the expert in health care. You're also the supposed to be the expert in the spread of the disease and putting other people at risk. And none of it seems wise. Yes, I definitely want to talk more about the medications he's on. But first Jessica Levinson, I mean, Dr Emanuel is talking about the You know the reason that the public does need to know what his condition is. Can you talk more about that, in terms of what the public does have a right to know and why it's so important because you've mentioned national security concerns. Absolutely. And what a pleasure to be on with Dr Manual. And I will say that you if President Trump was Mr Trump than his medical history is really in his medical prognosis. It's really his own business. But he is somebody who's put himself in a position of enormous public trust. If the president has the sniffles, it's potentially A global issue and add to that the idea that the president has a potentially deadly disease in the middle of a pandemic dealing with that disease going right into an election. We're not before an election. We are in the election. Two million people have cast early votes were voting early in California. As of now, we're dealing with other serious National issues like wildfires and the idea that we would not have a full and fair accounting of the president's health. It's not just that it lacks transparency for the American public. It means that again. It's part of a consistent narrative that we don't know what to trust. We can't evaluate what's happening and again. This is not a private citizen. This is somebody who has enormous power over our lives. Enormous power on a not just the national but an international stage and It's deeply irresponsible that we would be kept in the dark about what is going on The fact that he would have doctors out there is aiding questions that they would say later. Oh, we just wanted to keep it. Upbeat tone instead of a truthful tone is something that the American public frankly should not have to stand for.
‘The Godfather’ Making-of Movie Casts Oscar Isaac as Francis Ford Coppola, Plus Jake Gyllenhaal
"Movie about the making of the Godfather. That's got me pretty good. And finally today and offer they just couldn't refuse. Actor Oscar Isaac is taking on the role of Francis Ford Coppola. Jake Gyllenhaal will play former Paramount studio head Robert Evans in Francis and The Godfather. The movie from director Barry Levinson is about the making of couple is classic. The Godfather. It will show the battles between the two men, including the casting of Marlon Brando, who hadn't had a hit in years.
A Curious Way to Improve Outcomes in Substance Use Disorder Space
"Welcome, back to the outcome rocket podcasts for re chat with today's most successful and inspiring healthcare leaders really wish that you could visit us at outcomes rockets dot health slash reviews where you can rate and review today's episode. We have an amazing guest. His name is Jacob Levinson he's the CEO at map help management. Jacobs. Extensive career is focused on being very dialed into the healthcare center. He's member of board of Directors Levinson. Foundation privately funded Philanthropic Organization Charter to really develop, manage, and fund diverse portfolio and humanitarian activities around the world. He's a member try private capital. He's just done so many things in realm of just contributing to this humanitarian. Capacity that his fit in health care makes so much sense and you guys all hear the passionate voice when we dive deeper. But what I WANNA do is open up the microphone to Jacob. So he could fill in the gaps in the introduction Jacob Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me excited to be on with you know get good job introduction nothing to add looking forward to next forty five minutes or so of of hitting some of these were topics absolutely in so Jacob why did you decide to get into the medical sector? You could have done so many things, but you decided to land here. Why asked myself that often? It's like a Greek tragedy. For your run from it, the more you run into it. So I grew up around a lot of active substance use disorder in my house it. Oh, child of the late eighties nineties KINDA GROPE UNSEEN KINDA staff and Watch family members struggle, and the last thing I ever wanted to do was a line my professional career with anything that had to do with addiction or substance use disorder. So of course, that's exactly what happened. It wasn't by choice it was I I don't know some sort of gravitational pull maybe back to what I knew. So I it's no I don't think it's any secret that you grow up kind of around substance use disorder, and then someone like me ends up involved in writing algorithms to detect active substance use I. Mean I've been doing it too right. So I don't know if there's a coherent explanation but I was born. Into the addiction world in that sense. Yeah. It was woven into your fiber as as kid and it was sorta like something you've been doing. So why not continue to do it? There's a lot of work that needs to be done in this space out there and I felt like that we had an opportunity to make some change and we need to put our best foot forward go do something. So yeah, it's exciting time and really pivotal Kinda critical juncture in history we're watching so many things transformed are going to drive this for the next generation to generation. So kind of having a a front seat of somebody that's really exciting. Yeah that's super exciting and so for the listeners, maybe you could dive in a little bit on what some of the work that you guys do and how it's relevant to the space shirt. So I'll try to keep it simple. We focus predominantly on individuals who have a substance use disorder diagnosis. What we call addiction is to kind of put that some staggering terms twenty two and a half twenty, three, million Americans fit the criteria for substance use disorder, which is a big number of that high. High, and this year to bigger number mind blowing than national economic impact of substance abuse a little bit different than substance use disorder but substance abuse is about seven hundred, forty, billion dollars annually. So that's almost in line with our national defense budget. But that's things work lost productivity. That's every dollar that is extended. If you will as a result of substance abuse sweeping up glass after you I rex everything. So and trump a couple of weeks ago declared this a public health emergency, a public emergency. We have a public health crisis opioid crisis, which is grabbing headlines Yes, but it's by far not the number one cost driver, nor is it the number one kind of killer in Dash Ud world if you will out well, let's set tobacco aside but alcohol far kills more people than opiates still to this day just doesn't do it in a headline grabbing away like a fictional overdose but to jump to question quickly, we managed people who have a sense use disorder diagnosis using peers, I mean people. Who are in successful recovery but what we do the truly interesting we tech enable them and we date enable them. So we put a lot of tech and other tools at their fingertips that help them identify people who are struggling, make better decisions and helping them ultimately, the whole game here is to improve outcomes for people, substance use disorder, and chip away at that seven hundred, forty billion dollars that were emerging as a nation.
Suspect in Portland shooting killed by law enforcement
"And we're following the news of the death of the suspect in last week's deadly shooting in Portland, Oregon, Michael Forest right now is suspected of killing Eren Danielson. A member of the right wing group Patriot prayer last Saturday as racial justice protesters and pro trump protesters clashed last night right now was shot and killed as law enforcement officers attempted to arrest him. Near Olympia, Washington. They say they were forced to shoot after they say right now pulled out a firearm. Jonathan Levinson is a reporter with Oregon Public Broadcasting, and he's been following this story. Welcome, Jonathan. Hi. Thanks for having me. What else can you tell us about right now and briefly remind us how he encountered Aaron Danielson in Portland. Right now was a 48 professional snowboarder up until the George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis, and the protest started in Portland. His social media was about snowboarding about nature, and then When the protest started here. There was this dramatic shift, and it appears that he had been attending the nightly protests downtown. The way he encountered Danielson. There was Trump Caravan last begin that came through Portland. Hundreds of vehicles waving trump flags and fin blue line flags. They all poured into downtown fights broke out between them and counter protesters. Some of the trump demonstrators were shooting people with bare maze and paintball guns from their trucks. A few times they drove their trucks through counter protesters on the Facebook page for the event attendees were encouraged to conceal carry And this came on the heels of free this week's rally that just evolved into really extraordinary violence, a lot of firearms and that crowd as well. So there was tension coming into this past weekend's protest and as it was winding down We know that right now encountered Aaron Danielson downtown. Words were exchanged and ultimately right now fired two shots. One struck Darius and in the chest and killed him right now, then ran away. We don't know the specifics, though. We don't know. You know what happened What the altercation was about or what? Specifically, you know, motivated the shooting. Portland Police obtained a warrant for his arrest yesterday. Explain what happened once they located him. Yeah, Yesterday, Mama County Judge issued the warrant. It wasn't Portland Police located him is just before 7 P.m. members of the Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force, which is a bunch of different law enforcement agencies. We were waiting outside in apartment near Olympia, Washington, where they thought Reinhold staying right now was saying they confronted him as he was getting into a vehicle and that's when shooting began. The U. S marshals said that he had a gun and was threatening the lives of law enforcement. We have been able to confirm that we don't know if right now fired at them or what exactly transpired.
Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court
"Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his pregnant wife, Lacey. Former federal prosecutor Laurie Levinson. It's not that Scott Peterson walks free. It's more that the state has to decide whether they'll seek the death penalty again here in Western Washington. Auburn Police officer Jeff Nelson pleaded not guilty today to second degree murder for fatally shooting 26 year old Jesse Saray during an arrest last year. This is the first use of deadly force case to be brought against the cops. Since Washington voters passed initiative 9 40, it makes it easier to bring criminal charges against law enforcement. If you got a mandatory retirement payout this year, you may be
Miami - Broward Launches Parent University Helping Parents Get Ready For E-Learning
"Apparent university starting today, giving families a glimpse of what to expect. When school officially starts online next week. The district is hosting four live virtual webinars today through Monday, giving parents and students step by step instructions for successful e learning how to get your child to school meaning see that the computer how they actually log in You are learning management system or how they log into the live Web conferencing, showing them their whole group instruction. How the small group instruction and the individualized instruction school board member Laurie Rich Levinson says the Webinars will be available in seven different languages through closed captioning and will be divided into groups by grade. One day
"levinson" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission
"And yes. There are some real problems you know people losing their jobs cash flow. And so forth. But the pandemic will pass and we will bounce back. Now being said. I think it's imperative for us to have those conversations and prepare for what we are actually going to come back to. Right. So in your opinion, you know seeing the current state of global affairs. What potential do you think there is for be marketers, entrepreneurs organizations at large. To use this current time. To reassess. To analyze. INTO IMPROVE THEIR C X, and how can we continue to innovate and find ways to deliver exceptional seeks? Despite. Some of the current conference. So. I said it earlier came up a few times but. It all starts with being authentic and being sincere. And focusing on the fundamentals of providing solutions, right whatever was selling whatever value we have to offer. The end of the day were providing solutions at a time where there are more problems right now than there have ever been. And so. You need to focus on those fundamentals, do it with emotional intelligence and this is where? This is where so many organizations are missing the boat I if you reflect back to March when Kobe I hit. An Alva in bosses were flooded with emails from companies. Realize you're on a list for saying Hey Christian. You know we really care about you at all of this kind of coy Yup, totally non emotionally intelligent language that you know fast forward two months later and ran a call yesterday where someone referred to. Your. Local. Hardware store sending them an apology letter. It was just a Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah was all they heard right because there was nothing that personalized with nothing that was sincere authentic that they connected with people are frustrated right now people are tired of and in many. Many. Many ways they're less patient than ever. Roy Seven seconds on a website. Someone's GonNa. IF THEY WANNA. They WANNA DIGEST YOUR CONTENT WHEEL SPINNING A. GonNa wait sentence second. So that's probably an old stat. You know one minute on hold waiting to get in touch with someone customer service group, and they'll just hang up..
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"The news comes from the family of Robert Levinson which says it has no details on how or when the former agents life ended and that it's impossible to describe their pain Levinson disappeared in 2007 when he was scheduled to meet a source on the Iranian island of Kish there were proof of life photos until 2011 and last November the Iranian government told the U. N. Levinson was the subject of an open court case surrounding his disappearance a federal judge recently ruled a Ron was liable for Levinson being taken hostage and tortured Jackie Quinn Washington
"levinson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"For you tomorrow Levinson axle rod when you need justice family jerseys first news five fourteen let's bring in our chief meteorologist Dan zero and then what else to talk about other than the cold this morning yeah really feels like the holiday season yesterday we had this intense snow squalls come through New Jersey that reduce the visibility we saw parts of two inches of snow on the ground in north Jersey little surprise how much we saw so whatever icy spots this morning it is really cold out there temperatures mainly in the teens and the wind chill almost exclusively in the single digits here now this morning were facing wind gusts to thirty miles an hour that's gonna hurt the bitter breeze will die down a little bit as we get into this afternoon more like twenty mile an hour gusts you'll see sunshine and dry weather today highs about twenty five to thirty stuck below freezing the windchill no better than the teens all day so you're grabbing their heavy winter gear for this morning it's not quite dangerous cold but it's pretty close he caught sight those fall to around twenty tomorrow bright sunshine and still unseasonably cold highs mid thirties upper thirties to lower forties slowly warming up into Saturday mostly cloudy and there could be a few sprinkles of flurries flying around Saturday as a storm system has as well to our south Sunday even warmer actually above normal for this time of year mid to upper forties with sun and clouds we'll see about the same on Monday in the forties and then fifty is seen to be a pretty good possibility for Tuesday into Wednesday that is Christmas Eve and Christmas day notice what's missing here significant weather no storm systems until late next week New Jersey first is time is now five fifteen the state well these new Jersey's first news morning I'm Eric Scott among our top stories this morning president trump has been formally impeached by the house but there are questions whether those articles will go to the Senate for trial details possibly connected to the kosher market massacre in Jersey city local pawn shop was selling illegal guns in sports devils beat the ducks Sixers lose to the heat and the Yankees obeyed the Gerrit Cole signing official nine years at a reported three hundred twenty four million your bus stop forecast in New Jersey faster because next on your radio online and on your smart speaker as we watch the suburban garden gnome Catholic Kathy without disturbing it you notice that it moves like an awful toll it's an animate and we would have brain function but despite that when a garden gnome his about how geico not only save people money but also gives them access to licensed agent twenty four seven online and over the phone it's clear to them you should switch because yes switching to geico is a no brainer on second thought maybe don't garden gnomes to carefully people might talk.
"levinson" Discussed on KCRW
"School professor Jessica Levinson is an expert on the constitution the first amendment protects your right to speak but also protects your right not to speak every Monday she's here to break down the legal stories dominating the news there's a reason that none of us and talked about the but you can't indict a president clause of the constitution I'm metal and brand our legal legal Jessica Levinson Monday at noon on press play on KCRW name is and the the yeah the Hey wake up you so yeah in between Mexican rockers so a and Radiohead front man Thom Yorke your with KCRW yeah.
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"Warren Levinson reports there have already been more cases in the US this year than all of last year the centers for disease control and prevention reports there have been three hundred eighty seven measles cases in the United States. This year sixteen more than for all of two thousand eighteen the numbers on track to be the biggest in five years. It's led mainly by outbreaks in New York, California, Illinois, Texas, and Washington. Most of the cases have been spread by travelers you've been to countries where the disease is more common. Measles was declared eradicated in the US in two thousand and most victims are unvaccinated measles makes the sufferer miserable. But it isn't usually life threatening. The last measles death in the US was in twenty fifteen. Warren Levinson, New York. Case pending withdrawal from the European Union's causing people to hold back on travel, according to a popular British airline as AP correspondent charlesdale desma reports. Easyjet says travelers are cautious amid doubts over Britain's future relations with the EU carrier says as a result its earnings will be weaker in the second half of the year is first half loosely hundred sixty million dollars was within expectations. It says but the outlook for the next six months through September is more cautious says the airline is facing a few and customer sentiment. High fuel costs hitting prophets and Britain's pending e you divorce is making customers think twice before booking trips away. Charleston Nandan variations of deadly opioids making their way into the US have lead to big changes in China where the drugs are originating AP's met small reports China says it will now start regulating all fennel related drugs as a class of controlled substances. US officials have pointed to China's the main saw. Source of synthetic opioids shipped into the country directly by mail or transported via Mexico. A claim shunned denies now in a sweeping policy shift. US officials have long pushed for and due to take effect. May I China will begin regulating all know related drugs is a class of controlled substances. A Chinese official says the move should block the loopholes by which drugmakers created new variants of opioids faster than they could be banned. Nets small Washington. AT radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, the Trump administration stand on.
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"Correspondent Warren Levinson reports. The freeze any assets that those targeted may have in US jurisdictions and bar Americans from any transactions with them. The new American sanctions target thirty one Iranian scientists technicians and companies that have been affiliated with the country's nuclear weapons program. They also subject anyone outside Iran doing business with thirty one to US sanctions, Tehran agreed in two thousand fifteen to give up atomic weapons research and the International Atomic Energy agency says it's abiding by that promise, but the US pulled out of the court and Washington claims a secret Iranian archive shows it preserves the results of its nuclear weapons research. The announcement comes. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo on a visit to Lebanon, where he is warning against the influence of the Iranian-backed group Hezbollah I'm Warren Levinson, North Korea could be on the verge of a major food crisis. According to international aid organizations, and the government the warning comes even as North Korean factories. Fill city store shelves with ever better and fancier, snack foods and sugary drinks. North Korea's UN ambassador issued an unusual appeal for urgent food assistance last month. He said record high temperatures drought and flooding that cut the harvest this year by more than ten percent. The government says it's stepping up imports working to increase the output of early in basic crops such as we in barley North Korea expert at the university of London says supplies from all sources might only stretch to feed about three quarters of the population at the most basic survival level this year. An actress on game of thrones is opening up about a serious health issue. The details from AP entertainment, editor Oscar wells Gabriel. She plays the mother of dragons, but in real life Amelia Clarke had to slay a potentially life-threatening situation. Not just once but twice clock tells the New Yorker, she has twice.
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"Warren Levinson reports. Experts say the conclusion is the result of more vigorous tested two years ago. There was a puzzling study that found women who had had miscarriages between twenty ten and twenty twelve were more likely to have had flu shots in two consecutive seasons. So the centers for disease control and prevention ordered further research into the issue after studying three subsequent flu season's the CDC announced if found no link between miscarriages and flu shots, the agency also announced looking into a new shingles vaccine more than one hundred thousand people have taken it to developed a rare paralyzing condition officials say they're doing more research. Warren Levinson, New York. Sudan's? Embattled President Omar al-bashir has left his position as chairman of the ruling party often more than two months of protests against his nearly three decade rule. According to a party statement on Friday, Elvis, shade delegated his powers is chairman of the National Congress party to its deputy, chairman Haroon until the party's next general conference. Both the wanted by the international criminal court for alleged war crimes committed in Sudan's dumb full region. She is autocrat's rule has been marked by civil wars and increasing street demonstrations, the latest wave of nationwide protests erupted in mid December initially triggered by rising prices and shortages, but quickly turned to calls for Alba share who seized power in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine military coup to step down. President Trump says he believes North Korea's president when he says he had nothing to do with the death of detained American college student, but as AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports the students parents don't agree blaming it on what they call the evil regime, Fred and Cindy, warmbier are rebuking, President Trump after he said, he didn't think Kim Jong UN was aware of their son autos, alleged mistreatment. He tells me that he didn't know about it. And I will take him at his word warmbier said they stayed silent. While the president was meeting with game in Vietnam. But now must speak out in a written statement. They say gear man, his evil regime are responsible for Otto's death. And no excuses or lavish praise can change that oughta warmbier died..
"levinson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"Warren Levinson reports PepsiCo is putting your chips on wheel vending machines may be a pretty convenient way to get snacks. But you have to go where they are. And does anybody have changed enter PepsiCo and a robot company named Robbie starting today? They are experimenting with mobile snack machines summoned by smartphone app at the university of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Students will be able to meet the six wheeled three foot high eighty pound vendors to pick up potato chips sparkling water in the like at fifty locations around campus, the robots travel at up to six miles an hour in stop when someone steps in front of them. The partners are starting with three. They're hoping to upgrade to five. Warren Levinson, New York. Artificial intelligence is quickly creeping its way into our everyday lives and looking for jobs AP's, Ben Thomas reports on a new study showing a lot of those jobs are currently performed by people. Bookings institution report finds a quarter of all jobs in the US could be mostly performed by machines using current technology. The study's lead author says such automation could come in the next few years or take decades. But the next economic downturn is likely to accelerate it and with new advances in artificial intelligence. It's not just industrial and warehouse. Robots? Settle alter the American workforce self checkout kiosks and computerized hotel concierges will do their part, however is machines takeover routine tasks the report suggests the majority of workers will be able to adapt to this shift without being displaced. I'm Ben Thomas. The US cancer death rate has hit a milestone, it's been falling for at least twenty five years. Experts say lower smoking rates are translating into fewer deaths. They also credit advances in early detection and treatment. But it's not all good news obesity related. Cancer deaths are rising and prostate. Cancer deaths. Are no longer dropping cancer is still the nation's number two killer, the American Cancer Society predicts that there will be more than one point seven million, new cancer cases and more than six hundred thousand cancer deaths in the US this year. The shutdown and federal workers. I'm Tim Maguire within a p newsman that President Trump agrees to short term continuing resolution to end the partial government shutdown congressional ghostwriters at three weeks to work out a deal. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, please that we reach an agreement to reopen government now. So that we can have a discussion on how to secure our borders. Trump says any agreement has to include funding for his border wall having barriers fencing or walls, or whatever you wanna call. It will be an important part of the solution. EPA lawyer Kaylynn Castelli says the shutdown was painful, definitely welcome getting paid.
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"Warren Levinson reports PepsiCo is putting your chips on wheel vending machines may be a pretty convenient way to get snacks. But you have to go where they are. And does anybody have changed enter PepsiCo and a robot company named Robbie starting today? They are experimenting with mobile snack machines summoned by smartphone app at the university of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Students will be able to meet the six wheeled three foot high eighty pound vendors to pick up potato chips sparkling water in the like at fifty locations around campus, the robots traveled up to six miles an hour in stop when someone steps in front of them. The partners are starting with three. They're hoping to upgrade to five. Warren Levinson, New York. Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg says if he runs for president in twenty twenty he'll pay for it himself. He's also offering a bribe defensive candidates who use personal riches to bankroll campaigns and other top contender Massachusetts Senator. Elizabeth Warren has decried the presidency becoming one more play thing that billionaires can buy Bloomberg's told reporters in terms of self-funding. Let me tell you. I've made all my money. He says it shields him from having to answer to special interests. The US cancer death rate has hit a milestone, it's been falling for at least twenty five years. Experts say lower smoking rates are translating into fewer deaths. They also credited advances in early detection and treatment. But it's not all good news obesity related. Cancer deaths are rising and prostate. Cancer deaths. Are no longer dropping cancer is still the nation's number two killer, the American Cancer Society predicts that there will be more than one point seven million, new cancer cases and more than six hundred thousand cancer deaths in the US this year. Missing teen is back home. I'm Tim Maguire with AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie cloth, abducted last October from her Wisconsin home. After her parents were killed has been reunited with relatives in Barron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says the twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the close family before the attack. We don't believe there was a social media connection. And we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the cabin where she had been held in a rural area near the town of Gordon at some sixty miles from baron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, partial government, shutdown likely to be the longest in US history. President Trump's softens is pushed to issue an emergency declaration to take the wall funding issue out of the hands of congress the absolute right to do it. But I'm not gonna do it so fast because this is something congress should do.
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"Warren Levinson reports it's one that invites visitors to come sit and stay the American kennel club's museum of the dog which opened in New York in nineteen eighty-two and decamped to the Saint Louis area. A few years later is back reopening next month in Manhattan. The museum will feature dog paintings dog sculpture, a thirty million year old dog fossil and a device that will show you. What breed you look like one? Thing it won't have actual living breathing dogs. We're an office building. If we had too many of them are a little bit of annoys factor. That's concerned about executive director. Alan fossil says some dogs will be brought in for special occasion exhibits. Warren Levinson, New York. High-quality extracts of marijuana will be tested in Virginia. After Sanyo biotechnology got a federal license to carry out medical research. The company will soon embark on a series of critical studies into treatment of various diseases and disorders Sanyal CEO said the licenses the broadest ever issued to a US company, and it allows the firm to import high quality cannabis extract that aren't available in the US. The company says it's looking to develop clinical research facility, the future research headquarters may not be in Virginia. But the company said it still wants to conduct a two hundred person clinical trial in the states. Hampton roads region pieces of Motown's original story that hasn't been seen by the public are now on display in Detroit. It's part of the label sixtieth anniversary celebration. The Motown.
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"levinson" Discussed on AP News
"Warren Levinson reports PepsiCo is putting your chips on wheel vending machines may be a pretty convenient way to get snacks. But you have to go where they are. And does anybody have changed enter PepsiCo and a robot company named Robbie starting today? They are experimenting with mobile snack machines summoned by smartphone app at the university of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Students will be able to meet the six wheeled three foot high eighty pound vendors to pick up potato chips sparkling water in the like at fifty locations around campus, the robots travel at up to six miles an hour in stop when someone steps in front of them. The partners are starting with three. They're hoping to upgrade to five. Warren Levinson, New York. While the president and congress are squabbling over immigration issues. The question begs just how important is immigration to Americans. AP's Rita Foley has a look at the results of a new Associated Press poll nearly half of Americans. We ask say immigration is such an important issue. It should be a top priority for the government this year, but two thirds of them don't have much confidence that Washington can handle this far more Republicans listed immigration as a top issue than Democrats healthcare. And the economy were on the list of top issues too and about twenty five percent of Americans listed climate issues. As a top challenge facing the country a sharp increase largely driven by Democrats. Rita Foley, Washington. A state law aimed at keeping foreign election. Interference off of Facebook has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge the Maryland law requires some media websites to publish who bought ads and to keep records, but US district. Judge Paul Grimm. Granted a preliminary injunction to prevent the state from enforcing those provisions until the case is resolved. He said, it appears to overstep the first amendment the Washington Post and other media outlets filed a federal lawsuit last year to block portions of the law from being enforced. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country, head of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there be sure to subscribe rate review, it that's the podcast ground game. AP.