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"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"Musk's response will be made public on Friday. Linda kenyon, CBS News. Shifting gears, crunching the latest jobless numbers right after traffic and weather where the time now is four 18. Over to rich on her at the WTO traffic center. All right, minor crash on the outer loop of the beltway just after the exit for George avenue everything over on the right shoulder all lanes are open. Add a loop just past the Baltimore Washington park when prince George's county single vehicle off the road to the grassy area, Maryland state police south with it. But again, everything off the road to the right all angel up in there as well. We're continues interlude with the valley between Arlington boulevard and I 66 starting to slow there as more folks get out on the roadway. So again, it's going to cost you some extra time to get through the works on the express lanes are open and get by without delay. Also, the exits to both eastbound and westbound 66 remain open despite that work sense, so good news there, nothing anywhere on the antelope so far. 66 days found the only work sound is a blocking the exit ramp to the inner loop the beltway ramp to the outer loop remains open. The left exit that takes you toward the inner and outer loop express lanes that is also open as well. I've been working 66 westbound out near the Prince William Parkway headed toward 29 gains a little single left lane gets you by in Centreville 28 Nord finish approach 66 to left lanes past the work and in Maryland up and gazers burg two 70 Nora found just beyond shady grove road in the main lanes, all lanes remain blocked as a result of the crash, two vehicles involved, there was also some fluids spilled, including oil and gasoline, so they were waiting on a state highway sound truck to treat the runway before they reopen the lanes, rich hunter WTO trafficking. We endured a rough night of thunderstorms on your Thursday night early on this Friday and storms will diminish, watch for high water on roads, partial clearing with patchy fog, those will be in the 70s, later on your Friday, hot and muggy again, sizzling into the lower 90s. He didn't values of a hundred with more storms in the afternoon. They could be severe, Sari and Sunday, sizzling
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"WTO P news time 4 o'clock. On the hour, presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance. I'm Linda kenyon in Washington. President Biden makes note of a Kansas referendum that defeated an effort in that state to outlaw abortions. President Biden says the result in Kansas proves abortion opponents have misjudged the politics of the issue. To have a clue about the power of America women. Last time Kyrgyzstan Kansas, they found out. The executive order he signed directs and examination of ways women seeking an abortion in states where it's illegal can rely on Medicaid to fund their travel to states where they can obtain abortions. The White House insists it will abide by the Hyde amendment, a long-standing ban on federal funding of abortion, except in rare cases. Stephen portnoy, CBS News, The White House. Historic rainfall in Kentucky last week, and now another complication excessive heat TV reporter Keaton hall is in Jackson, Kentucky. Fema is on the ground now, setting up individual assistance registration centers in the threat is not over as dangerous heat is expected this week. Since everybody out there think about your loved ones, think about your Friends and family again. We didn't make it through the worst flooding that we have ever seen in our lifetime to lose somebody now to eat. Governor Andy beshear says at least 37 people have died in the flooding, and he says the search continues for many who remain missing. In California, no containment yet of the McKinney wildfire CBS's Steve futterman has the latest. The fire has now burned more than 57,000 acres. There are now four confirmed deaths linked to it. One of those killed John Cogan, his sister Diane says, fire officials urge people to leave their homes, but her brother didn't. My brother
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"Producer's desk is powered by IBW local 26, a trusted electrical industry partner for over 130 years. Since I don't anymore, we've made it to the weekend, everybody. Welcome in July 30th, 2022, pledge with us this two a of our Saturday morning. I've seen lane Metz mall is our producer. Among the top stories we're following for you, we'll be writing to this Saturday together. The House of Representatives breaking this overnight early morning just last night passed a ban, an assault rifles. The vote was two 17 to two 13 to ban assault weapons for the first time in decades. It follows a rash of mass shootings in America, including the shooting of the ivaldi elementary school in Texas. They killed 19 children and two teachers, after Yuval, a President Biden appealed to lawmakers to again ban assault rifles or at least raise the minimum age for buying them from 18 to 21. But the issue remains deeply divisive, with many Republicans saying the ban violates Second Amendment rights, and that means passage in the deeply divided Senate is considered highly unlikely. Linda kenyon, CBS News, Washington. WTO peace Saturday morning at two 32. CBS News brief, more rain is in the forecast for Kentucky where flooding killed at least 16 people. Jimmy Pratt is helping with the cleanup and recovery. Everything's gotta be the mugs gotta be squeegees out. Get it all cleaned up, you got a core rocks, disinfect every line. It's a big job to clean up after a flood lucky. Have you checked? Are you holding the winning mega millions ticket? First winning number tonight is 67. That's followed by 45 up next we have 57. You next number is 36 in your final white ball number for this Friday. You need his 13. Now for the makeup on number that is. 14. White House spokesperson corinne John Pierre says a million more monkeypox vaccines are being sent to states. We're laser focused. We're going to get more vaccines out to the population across the country. The Biden administration is under pressure to declare monkeypox a health emergency. CBS News brief, Amir Rubin. Saturday morning, the two 33. The Justice Department is investigating the former president Donald Trump's actions as part of its criminal investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. The Washington Post reports this week, prosecutors who are questioning witnesses before a grand jury, including two top aides to VP, vice president Mike Pence, have now asked in recent days about conversations with mister Trump, his lawyers, and others in his inner circle, who tried to substitute Trump allies for certified electors in some states that Joe Biden won. This morning, Washington Post national investigative reporter, Carol leonnig, with more on this. What we've learned is that the criminal investigation by the Department of Justice that really got into full swing earlier this year, looking at the possibility of a criminal conspiracy to avoid Donald Trump
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"CBS News on the hour. Presented by Dell. I'm Linda kenyon and Washington. Wow, it's hot in Texas. It has been in the triple digits for weeks now. Temperatures in the triple digits expected to continue. Most of the week. The U.S., not the only nation experiencing punishing heat. For the first time, British authorities have issued a red warning for extreme heat. This reaction from Katie white with the world wildlife fund. This heat wave is a warning sign that our world is in danger. Rail passengers and users of the London underground are being advised not to travel due to the excessive heat. President Biden is back in the U.S. after his trip to the Middle East. Wrapping up four controversial days in the Middle East, especially so in Saudi Arabia, President Biden declared United States is invested in building a positive future in the region and partnership with all of you in the United States is not going anywhere. That trying to counter influence in the Mideast by Russia, China, anti Iran, mister Biden returned to The White House overnight. Tom fody, CBS News, Washington. How bad is the COVID subvariant BA 5? Pretty bad says CBS News medical contributor, doctor David agus. It is so infectious. You know, it's on par with the most infectious viruses we as humans have ever seen. And what that means is small numbers of virus particles are necessary to get somebody else sick. So before you needed, say a thousand particles. Now it's a hundred particles, so you have to use caution with BA 5. It's a new era, really as it's peaking over the next several weeks, we all have to watch out wherever we are. Families of the victims of the Texas school shootings will see full surveillance video today, CBS lilia Luciano is in uvalde. Christopher accountability are getting louder and Yuval day. After a week of answers that led to more anger. My son was shot in the back. And had to wait 77 minutes for someone to take action. My son is with us. But he is not the same young man. 19 students and two teachers were killed in the attack, police have been criticized for a botched response. From one mass shooting to another, Billy Corgan of the smashing pumpkins has personal and business ties to highland park, Illinois
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"The hour sponsored by Dell small business I'm Linda kenyon in Washington U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and secretary defense Lloyd Austin will meet with Ukrainian president zelensky in Kyiv today They will discuss the kinds of weapons keefe says it needs in order to repel the Russian invasion President zelensky speaking through an interpreter says the Russian government is shown it is determined to break Ukraine They don't respect our culture our values the language and so on they can not consider that we have the right for independence and sovereignty The governor of Ukraine's eastern Luhansk region also threw an interpreter urges civilians to get out as Russia sharpens its sights on the area Their bombing everything with artillery and aviation all the time 24 hours a day If you have a chance leave COVID is not done with us yet Cases are rising in 36 states driven by the BA two variant This is a time not to be reckless and to wear masks indoors Doctor Peter hotez Professor of pediatrics and molecular virology at Baylor university has the BA two variant on a hard watch As this current peak or wave starts to decline then we can breathe a sigh of relief and feel more comfortable being going into restaurants and bars without masks CBS is Michael George In Seattle starbuck workers at the have voted to unionize Hundreds marched into downtown Seattle in a show of support and to encourage others to follow Controversy continues to grow over House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy's remarks following the January 6th riot at the capitol Newly released phone calls show Kevin McCarthy told fellow House Republican shortly after the U.S. capitol attack Donald Trump had acknowledged daring some blame for it He told me he does have some responsibility for what happened And he need to acknowledge that Authors of the new book this will not pass have released a series of clips of McCarthy's phone calls with fellow Republicans from the days after the insurrection McCarthy.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"Can be okay at work leaving my kids right now They didn't catch him yet so I don't know what could be his next step At least 23 people were injured in yesterday's subway attack ten of them suffered gunshot wounds No one was killed CBS News special report I'm Linda kenyon President Biden is accusing Russian president Vladimir Putin of committing genocide That is a change in his rhetoric previously The president had accused Putin of war crimes but stopped short of calling civilian killings in Ukraine genocide So how significant is this WTO national security correspondent JJ green Genocide carries a specific connotation and it essentially is the intent to attack and destroy a nation or a race of people and there is plenty of evidence that this exists in Ukraine So the president saying what he said yesterday about this being genocide is a very clear decision but it also means that the U.S. and the west and those who recognize that this is happening have to do something about it The comments from President Biden came during his visit yesterday to Iowa while discussing efforts to lower gas prices Meantime Russia's response to international outrage has been to double down on propaganda This week Russian troops took journalists to the ruins of a theater in mariupol where Russian missiles are alleged to have killed hundreds of civilians CBS correspondent Chris livesay reports that president Putin continues to lie to his people about what actually is happening in this war Human suffering the Russian president continues to deny.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports Top stories were following this morning at WTO expanded access to abortion services will come to Maryland after all The state's General Assembly votes Saturday to overturn governor Larry Hogan's veto of a bill that would allow additional providers to perform abortion services As you heard Frank just mentioned Dwayne Haskins is dead the former Washington quarterback who went to the bullet school in Potomac was struck and killed by a dump truck along a South Florida highway early Saturday he was 24 Civilian evacuations moved forward in patches of battle scarred eastern Ukraine on Saturday a day after a missile strike killed at least 52 people and wounded more than a hundred at a train station where thousands clamored to leave before an expected Russian onslaught Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just moments It's 1247 Amazon wants to overturn the historic union victory at one of its New York City warehouses In a legal filing the ecommerce giant listed 25 objections the retailer also said the federal labor board must order a redo election The company also accused organizers of intimidating workers to vote for the union and it accused the labor board of improper influence and attorney representing the union has called the claims patently absurd Linda kenyon CBS News Thanks for being here so long on this Saturday morning on the radio on your smart speaker on the WTO app or at WTO P dot com where it's 1248 And we bring you traffic and weather on the age with Carlos Ramirez in the WTO traffic center Thanks Ian We're starting to see a bit of a delay on the inbound side of the 14th street bridge This is going to be in your express lanes just before you get up towards the exit it takes you towards 14th street watch out for potential accident activity there Your main lanes look good though headed on three 95 into the city No issues on the southeast Southwest freeway right now third street tunnel looks good D.C. two 95 is up to speed right now in either direction no issues headed north or southbound Parkway looks good doesn't seem like they're out there for the work crew near south capitol street just yet Once again back in the city of course if you are headed around Nats park watch out for police activity through that area Down in Virginia your work zones of course not much has changed eastbound 66 from nutley street to the beltway Single left lane gets you by their westbound side same story between route 7 and the beltway single right lane gets you by there I 95 south bound between one 23 to left lanes are blocked with the workers state of the right and talking about 100 We mentioned the accident scene thanks for the listener for giving us the update on this crash Looks like the accident scene is along the right side of the roadway blocking to right lanes you should have a single left getting you by They did stop traffic for a moment thankfully they did reopen that left lane on your approach towards two 95 Route 50 looks good to a traffic on the eastbound span of the bay bridge It looks like the westbound span is close tonight for the work 97 is up to speed and 50 between 97 and the beltway you're running nicely No issues as I said on the BW Parkway inside the beltway That way traffic looks good through prince George's county and Montgomery county Two 70 south on a little slow headed past montrose road but I'm not seeing any reports of any accidents or incidents so far One 8 6 6 three O four WTO that's a traffic tip line in case you see an accident scene or an incident out there blocking your way of course the WTO app very helpful in that regard as well gives you options where you can send an email voice message a few other options there as well Don't forget the WTO Twitter page traffic Carlos Ramirez WTO traffic Storm team forest clay Anderson Fair skies with temperatures dropping to the mid to upper 30s outside the beltway to about 40 to 42° in town for Sunday northwesterly winds persist 15 to 25 mph cooler temperatures as well only in the low 50s but Monday we warm up temperatures will be in the mid 60s with southwesterly winds and those southerly winds will bring even warmer temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday eyes in the mid 70s Storm team four meteorologist clay Anderson Hyattsville 47 it's 48 on.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WTOP
"Were being made in Ukraine Russian forces have not relented in their attacks on several Ukrainian cities as president Vladimir Putin works to build support for the invasion in his country At a rally in front of thousands at a Moscow stadium president Putin praised the actions of Russian troops The crowd cheered their president and waved Russian flags even as their own soldiers are dying in Ukraine So far the death toll to Russian troops is top 7000 although the official figure being reported in Russia is closer to 500 Linda kenyon CBS News Bulgaria has taken its own actions today CBS News correspondent kami McCormick with that part of the story from Bulgaria Bulgaria's foreign ministry says ten Russian diplomats have been declared persona non grata and they've been given 72 hours to leave the country The government here says their activities were not in line with their diplomatic status It's the second time Russian diplomats have been expelled from this country which is condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine Kami McCormick CBS News Sofia Bulgaria Confirmation hearings start Monday for President Biden's Supreme Court nominee judge katon G Brown Jackson Correspondent Nancy cordes There's another first to think about here Judge Jackson would not only be the first black woman on the Supreme Court She would also be the first former public defender meaning that for years she represented defendants.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on Architecture Today
"Couldn't i just couldn't understand that. He said and i think a real. It's a real educational saying with with the volume house building because he it's not that difficult in takes little all care than the average when we have names mass volume house builders you produce but equally is the sensibility and i think that can come from early education. I mean children are pretty sensitive to things. And i think he can be learned and probably has to be learned as a response because actually what. He's learned his all kinds of experience the crowd out something is elemental was looking at the play of light on a wall. I mean those people think what are you must be looking to just mug. And he's look at a. I'm they will. We'd light up the more magnificent and any any free. Doesn't you know it just takes a little bit of and how that light enters. Linda kenyon the choice zero the decoration. Not too overwhelming and your away. You don't you. i mean. I think in a way. That's one good thing. Isn't it about time you know it's still says if it has made people absolutely look for the joy and the poetry in the f. We day in the south that surround them. Hopefully that something will stay with us. Also the job of the architect. I mean it kind of is a great place to learn because it was. It was a five star rated sustainability school. When i was there and the first national e went to with literally passive hacks back then a new values and a science to the this a science architecture throughout school of architecture that time and i do think the token via mass housing the possibly affordable housing and council housing the passive house is now becoming incredibly important and averages in passive Done pacification certification in the offense. You have to be very careful by windows these days into the goldfish bowl of the nineties. Where you just put an extension on the back and say thanks very much and you don't worry about threshold we do the science about. It's actually you. you now need to think about aperture. The question i think for architects is how we bring it back to the art of architecture. Which is the emotion and connecting to people. And i think it's a great opportunity to do that. And we should grasp it with with becomes phil and richard. Thank you very much for joining me. And and my hat is great talking to you. You've been listening to a conversations with me isabelle alan. You can subscribe free of charge at architecture today. Dot co dot u. k. Forward slash podcast..
McCarthy Derides Kinzinger and Cheney As "Pelosi Republicans"
"Testimony on the capital riot starts today in Washington. CBS is Linda Kenyon reports. The committee was supposed to be composed of 13 members, eight Democrats and five Republicans. But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all five of his members after Speaker Pelosi rejected two of them. Even before McCarthy pulled his members. Pelosi had named Republican list Cheney to take one of the Democratic seats and Pelosi later appointed Republican Adam Kinzinger. Their appointments prompted McCarthy to call them Pelosi Republicans, while Cheney and Kinzinger shot back calling
McConnell on coronavirus relief: Senate "ought to pass what we can agree on"
"Billion coronavirus stimulus bill hit another snag on Capitol Hill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, who sets the floor agenda says No. A comprehensive approach to coronavirus stimulus. Is not the path he will take. It remains my view that we ought to pass what we can agree on, and that means many things. P Peopie vaccine delivery. Additional assistance, health care providers in a variety of other things that are not controversial. What is controversial, he says, is liability protection. This is not just about business is it's about universities about charities. And others who see this developing epidemic of lawsuits headed their way and it's not total immunity. It wouldn't protect you if you were grossly negligent. Would engage intentional misbehavior. Democrats do not support liability protection. They do support aid to state and local governments. Senator McConnell does not a lot of members on our side. Look at the various states that received $150 billion We did in the Caress Act and wonder if this is the monster will need, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says. Of course it's demonstrably need. Senator McConnell has put the jobs of firefighters Ambulance workers, sanitation officers, police officers in jeopardy. Every governor and mayor across the country has been fighting to keep these people working. And McConnell is pulling the rug out from under them. Senator Schumer also says aid to state and local governments is bipartisan. The state and local funding provisions have broad bipartisan support. The National Governors Association and within the Senate, many Republicans support state and local funding. That's why Senator Schumer says the majority leader should allow a vote on a bipartisan, bicameral, covert released bill that includes a more broad approach. Senator McConnell says. That's just not going to happen. Leaving here without a covert relate package cannot happen. The bill might be attached to a year and government funding bill. Even Senator McConnell says it probably won't be the last word. We'll be back out this after the first of the year. Linda Canyon Washington 18 after religious high school
House committees subpoena top Pompeo aides over IG firing
"House Democrats issue subpoenas for four top aides to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Linda Kenyon has more. The subpoenas issued by the top Democrats on three congressional committees are part of a joint investigation into the firing a former State Department inspector general Steve Linen. Democrats say they issued the subpoenas because the Trump administration has stone while the investigation Inspectors general are supposed to work independently of any administration. But the firing of linen has lead to questions about whether the Trump Administration cross that boundary.
Democrats subpoena State Department aides in probe of IG's firing
"Issuing subpoenas for depositions from four top aides to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo correspondent Linda Kenyon. The subpoenas issued by the top Democrats on three congressional committees are part of a joint investigation into the firing of former State Department inspector general Steve Linen. Democrats say they issued the subpoenas because the Trump administration has stone while the investigation inspectors general are supposed to work independently of any administration, But the firing of linen has lead to questions about whether the Trump Administration cross that boundary. The National Hurricane
Supreme Court allows religious, moral exemptions for employers opposed to contraceptives
"Weighing in on a religious exemption case, the Supreme Court says employers Can opt out of the affordable care act birth control mandate due to religious or moral objections. The ruling, which supports the Trump administration's argument, says organizations do not have to provide the cost free access to contraceptive care through their employer provided health insurance plans, but only if they cite those objections. Respondent Linda Kenyon, the mayor of
Surgeon General offers 4th of July message: Wearing a mask means 'more freedom'
"A top U. S health official has a message for Americans is Fourth of July holiday weekend. Correspondent Linda Kenyon is in Washington, surgeon General Jerome Adam says where a mask speaking on NBC's today show, General, Adam said in his words We will actually have more independence and more freedom, saying more places will be able to stay open and there will be less spread of the disease. He also said people should consider circumstances before attending large gatherings, saying large gatherings present the biggest risk right
Fed will use 'full range of tools' to boost economy
"The federal reserve says covert nineteen is taking a toll on U. S. and global economies here's Linda Kenyon with more the federal reserve says the outbreak of the virus is causing what it terms tremendous human and economic hardship across the United states around the world in its semi annual monetary report to Congress the fed says it will use what it calls its full range of tools to pull the country out of recession and will keep interest rates low through twenty twenty two the report comes two days after policy meeting where the central bank kept its benchmark interest rate at a record low of zero two zero point two five
Schumer calls on McConnell to schedule vote on police reform
"And address systemic racism in America the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer says the justice in policing act introduced in the house this week is the best solution to reform the criminal justice system if we pursue this bill the public's on our side and we will do very well but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are devising their own bill led by the only black Republican in the U. S. Senate how does senator Tim Scott to lead a group that is working on a proposal the congressional black caucus led the effort behind the house bill Linda Kenyon Washington the democratic Senate primary in Georgia too early to call in the state candidates must win with more than fifty percent of the vote to avoid a runoff voters reported long lines I'm John trout protests
Breonna Taylor: Police killed black woman after storming home in hunt for suspect already in custody, lawsuit says
"Protests across America from Seattle to Miami protests were the order of the day our Linda Kenyon says one of the biggest continues tonight in the nation's capital the protesters have been braving downpours in the nation's capital chanting black lives matter and say his name referring to George floor but they're also recognizing other black Americans who died as a result set today would have been Brianna Taylor's twenty seventh birthday she was an emergency medical technician shot in her own bed when police burst into the wrong apartment to execute a no knock search warrant the incident in Louisville Kentucky happened in March but it's getting a lot more attention now following the police involved killing of George
Senate leaders speak out against violent protests, looting
"Senate leaders are against speaking out against violence that's permeated the protests over the death of George Floyd correspondent Linda canyon with that story Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says peaceful protests are one thing but what's been going on is quite another the streets of a major American cities or again the saying of looting and violent rioting that serves no purpose minority leader Chuck Schumer says president trump himself has been undermining peaceful protest the president's relentless need to make a weak man feel strong led him to order federal law enforcement officers to gas peacefully assembled Americans so we could see need his way to a church photo op the president held up a Bible in front of the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church which had been set on fire over the weekend Linda Kenyon Washington
McConnell: George Floyd protests 'hijacked' by rioters
"Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says peaceful protests are one thing but what's been going on is quite another the streets of a major American cities or again the saying of looting and violent rioting that serves no purpose minority leader Chuck Schumer says president trump himself has been undermining peaceful protest the president's relentless need to make a weak man feel strong led him to order federal law enforcement officers to gas peacefully assembled Americans so we could see need his way to a church photo op the president held up a Bible in front of the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church which had been set on fire over the weekend Linda Kenyon Washington governor Cuomo says while he continues to support peaceful protest he's completely disappointed and outraged by widespread looting here in New York and the police in New York City we're not affected at doing their job last night almost suggested the national guard could be deployed if city officials ask meantime there's a curfew crackdown starting at eight PM instead of eleven continuing through five AM and extending through Sunday council speaker Corey Johnson the Reverend al Sharpton and when Carr Eric garner's mother are demanding increased police accountability amid the protests and rioting they're pushing for legislation that would make choke holds or any kind of policemen over that restricts the breathing a legal Sharpton says of such a bill had been passed earlier or if the officers connected to garner's death were prosecuted maybe what happened in Minneapolis wouldn't have happened and car asking the opportunists who are stoking violence to go home as she put it this is our movie and we don't want to be an extra and are
Supreme Court blocks disclosure of grand jury evidence from Russia probe for now
"The Supreme Court temporarily blocked the release of grand jury materials from former special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest the house Judiciary Committee has been trying to obtain the unredacted documents witness testimony involving president trump the court's ruling blocking the release gives the White House and the justice department until June first to file a full appeal the order from the court may suggest the justices will decide before their current term ends about whether to take up the case the house originally requested the material more than a
McConnell says he is spearheading broad coronavirus liability bill
"House Democrats have unveiled another massive aid package to help struggling Americans and states but Linda Kenyon tells us Republicans are throwing up roadblocks Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the house bill is dead on arrival in the Senate unless it includes liability protections for employers and businesses this liability issue is so central and moving us safely and the phase one and hopefully phase two re opening the economy minority leader Chuck Schumer says McConnell's priorities are backwards how many unemployed Americans would it take for leader McConnell to say he feels urgency in the need to act how many hungry people would it take the three trillion dollar bill includes aid to state and local governments food and housing assistance and expanded unemployment
"linda kenyon" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Not the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing testimony this morning as part the confirmation hearing for Justin Walker the thirty seven year old federal judge backed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for a seat on the most powerful appeals court in the country Linda Kenyon has more senator Dianne Feinstein the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee says judge Walker has praised efforts to strike down the affordable Care Act or obamacare why in the middle of the pandemic should we support a nominee who would take away healthcare from millions of Americans George Walker explained when I wrote that op ed I was not a District Court judge I was an academic if confirmed the thirty seven year old judge was six months of experience would serve a lifetime appointment on the DC circuit court of appeals the second highest court in the country Linda Kenyon Washington questions surrounding the origins of the coronavirus have sparked a war of words between Washington and Beijing correspondent Ivan Watson reports that the news media in China is poking at the U. S. over its numbers the virus cases Chinese state media has taken the rhetoric up a notch with an anchor recently highlighting the fact that the US has the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in the world and going on to say that the U. S. is quote the main exporter of the Nobel coronavirus Fresno county says its parks will re open soon during the media briefing call Tuesday the county department of public health announced that all county parks will reopen on may eleventh after mother's day the county shuttered all of its parks to help fight the spread of coronavirus back on April third on Wall Street the Dow is down around fifty points hovering at twenty.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The report the target date for Congress to return to Washington amid the corona viruses may fourth but it's unclear if that will happen respond to Linda Kenyon house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's not up to her any decision that we have that when we come back rest with the stick side in arms and the capitol physician with Congress targeting the may fourth return policy says the house will be ready to hit the ground running on the next coronavirus stimulus bill which he hopes will include funding for the fiscally strapped states and local governments and the sooner we can pass it the better because their teachers are firefighters are first responders and the rest need the resources that the funding for state and local will bring Linda Kenyon Washington correspondent Abby Phillip reports the former vice president Joe Biden made a prediction about the twenty twenty election Biden saying this to donors at a fundraiser mark my words I think he's going to try to kick back the election somehow come up with some rationale why it can't be held I'm Bortnick according to an administration official admiral Michael Gilday the chief of naval operations told defense secretary mark esper the captain Brent closures command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt should be restored and again correspondent Barbara Starr S. Burke did not accept the recommendation at least not yet S. first saying he wants to read the whole investigation report and Xavier saying he wants to make sure it's thorough and comprehensive and then he'll decide if he's going to accept the recommendation to reinstate closer but that is not the way the day started out here at the Pentagon the word was out that that recommendation is going to be made and there was every expectation that as for was going to accept it hundreds of workers at Ford General Motors Toyota and other companies have offered to work in a wartime like effort stems shortages of protective medical gear I'm part attorney CPA Joe Cordell for some dads out there the corona virus pandemic has become a pretext to limit access to their children other dads have been pushed out of key decisions affecting their children's lives if you're one of those dads.
Treasury and Senate working to replenish Paycheck Protection Program
"Well hopes are pretty high that a deal is going to result in another big package to speed help to small businesses and others Linda Kenyon is following the breaking news for us Michael it's a stimulus deal it represents the very essence of compromise this is treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin Sunday on CNN's state of the union I'm hopeful that we can reach an agreement that the Senate can pass this tomorrow and that the house can take it up on Tuesday he's talking about a deal to add three hundred billion dollars to the small business administration's paycheck protection program that program which quickly ran out of money provides forgivable loans to small businesses so they can keep their employees on the payroll other businesses are closed due to the coronavirus Democrats have been holding out for additional money for hospitals and state and local governments to but Republicans held fast against that saying that replenishing the paycheck protection program should be a standalone bill after bipartisan talks with the treasury secretary the early contours of the bill show it will include seventy five billion dollars for hospitals twenty five billion for corona virus testing and fifty billion for the economic injury disaster loans Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is cautiously optimistic you know you got a lot of a lot of details let it down and I's and cross the tease but I am I am very very hopeful senator Schumer appeared on CNN's state of the union as did secretary Mnuchin they were the only ones feeling optimistic the negotiations are going on or very close price president Mike pence on fox news Sunday I think every American has seen the success of the president's program to provide payroll support and and we're gonna work to expand on that so that no one working in a small business in America would have to worry about missing a paycheck during the trial and and difficulty of the corona virus good path house speaker Nancy Pelosi also on fox news Sunday was in agreement further indication that a deal is near house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer sent a notice to members yesterday this is the house could meet as early as Wednesday to consider the legislation that notice gives members time to get back to Washington to vote on the bill which if all goes according to plan the Senate could vote on as soon as today since the Senate like the house is out of town due to the coronavirus the Senate will try to streamline the voting process and pass the bill by unanimous consent this would avoid the need to bring every member back to Washington and only a few people would likely be in the chamber at the time of the
Army Corps to build temporary hospital in Washington, D.C. convention center
"The nation's capital is preparing for a worst case scenario as a number of coronavirus cases continues to grow correspondent Linda Kenyon is in Washington mayor Muriel Bowser says the army corps of engineers will transform the watery Washington convention center into a five hundred to fifteen hundred bed hospital mayor Bowser said she hopes the hospital will never have to be used but it is important to be prepared just in case the army corps of engineers in the midst of building twenty eight makeshift hospital sites across the country by transforming hotels sports arenas convention centers college dormitories and fairgrounds into medical
Lawmakers join bipartisan White House task force on reopening economy
"President trump has selected a bipartisan group of lawmakers to determine how and when to re open the economy house and Senate Democrats and Republicans alike will make up that congressional task force does the president remains eager to start re opening various regions of the country devastated by the corona virus the formation of the task force comes amid the latest report that finds an additional five point two million people filed for unemployment benefits last week putting the total number of unemployment claims over the past month alone at more than twenty two million ultimately it will be up to state and local governments to decide how and when to ease restrictions including stay at home orders some states have already ordered those restrictions to continue through at least mid may Linda Kenyon
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"Is tremendous potential for fraud Linda Kenyon Washington amid the pandemic oil producing nations have agreed to output reductions I'm John trout strong storms pounding the Deep South and killed at least seven people in Mississippi and damage up to three hundred homes and buildings in northern Louisiana meteorologist bedroom job we have all of the elements in place to get that Gulf moisture the southerly flow certainly in place here in tremendous amount of instability in the atmosphere so we've seen dozens of reports of tornadoes and not just your everyday tornado you see in the spring season which certainly could be very strong by any standard but these are tornadoes that are at all at times reported to stay on the ground for as much as one hundred miles so long track tornadoes was making him very dangerous here over the next couple of hours motorists in quarantine or unable to take advantage of gasoline prices down seventy seven cents a gallon from a year ago the low currently is also with an average price of a dollar forty two the highest Honolulu and three twenty two the average price of regular grade gallon of gas two oh one I'm John trout hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during the challenging times were all experiencing our top priority is the health and safety of the communities we serve and while it's true that things are changing rapidly every day one thing that'll never change is our commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience at rocket mortgage our guiding philosophy of every client every time no exceptions no excuses exist for times like right now we understand that hardships may arise and we're prepared to help if you currently work with us and need assistance with your mortgage contact us twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com as we all think about ways to save money let me remind you that mortgage rates are near historic lows if you think right now is the right time to refinance your mortgage our home loan experts are available to help you twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states in M. L. S. consumer access dot org number thirty thirty stance try to take our back either the best idea we ever had or more likely to devastate and we're all going to find out together which one it is mark J. city Frazier are two basketball die hards talking NBA NC double a and all things sports scene I want to put the college basketball spin on it we're going to sign college basketball coaches to every tiger can character and explain why this code is listen and subscribe to tight isn't take free wherever you get your podcasts in this Sunday from eight AM till nine AM on KGO eight ten A. M. for the purity products show where you'll learn about intelligent nutrition solutions that Sunday from eight AM till nine AM the purity products show on KGO at sprint our priorities keeping our customers employees and communities safe during these uncertain times get the great service you expect without leaving the safety of your home shop at sprint dot com for our best.
Acting Navy secretary rips ousted captain of aircraft carrier
"The acting navy secretary faces a barrage of criticism for firing and then issuing a scathing attack against the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt correspondent Linda Kenyon is following the story the USS Theodore Roosevelt is a U. S. navy aircraft carrier that holds up to five thousand navy personnel captain Brad crozier was relieved of command after an email he sent to several senior defense officials was leaked to the San Francisco Chronicle the letter warned of a growing corona virus outbreak on board the vessel with nearly one hundred crewmembers infected at
Federal judge: No Wisconsin election results before April 13
"A federal judge orders was causing officials to hold off on releasing the results until after absentee balloting is completed correspondent Linda Kenyon Wisconsin's election is Tuesday April seventh state leaders are committed to keeping that date despite widespread concerns about endangering voters or poll workers due to a coronavirus but officials did extend the absentee balloting deadline until April thirteenth voters in Wisconsin have been encouraged to vote absentee and more than a million people have requested the absentee ballots far surpassing all previous
"linda kenyon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"K. K. L. Z. to Las Vegas Bob Beasley media group station special report corona virus update the house today is set to consider the Senate's two trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus measure president trump eager to sign it into law when the house votes early today Pelosi said she fully expects it will pass but not by unanimous consent I don't think we will get unanimous consent I think there's some people on the other side of the aisle who are coming here to would object to that instead she said she expects the bill passed by voice vote special voting procedures will be in place with social distancing in mind when members vote today the house sergeant at arms on the house attending physician have issued a memo outlining the procedures the memo also reads members should use extreme care and deliberation when making the determination to travel to Washington DC Linda Kenyon Washington federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell says the economy may well be in recession the government reports three point three million weekly jobless claims four times the previous record I'm John trout New York continues to experience a daily dramatic rise in corona virus cases anyway you look at the spread of coronavirus governor Andrew Cuomo said hospitals in New York may crack under the stress you can not get the curve down low enough so that you don't overwhelm the hospital capacity he said the way this illness involves is compounding the crisis at hospitals so you don't have the same turn around in the number of ventilators if somebody is on a ventilator for three or four days that's one level of ventilators you need because somebody's on for eleven to twenty one days that's a totally different equation Steve cast about New York the U. S. has the most confirmed cases of coronavirus eighty six thousand the U. S. death toll from covert nineteen yesterday at this time one thousand that number now one thousand two hundred ninety six I'm John trapped he have you seen the new cyber threat warning about the conversation hijacking totally cybercriminals are using email account takeover and brand impersonation to insert themselves into email conversations and steal money from businesses.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Williams and Amy Schade rock it is eight thirty one Senate leadership and the White House have reached an agreement on a coronavirus stimulus package after marathon negotiations and heightened emotions at last I believe we're on the five yard line that was Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shortly after the Senate open Tuesday to resume negotiations on the bill but as he urged a resolution to deal with the issues still outstanding with the legislation he also called for speed our clock has run out if the Senate bill passes in house it was B. relief checks to taxpayers ages small businesses loans to big corporations senator McConnell says this is a massive bill meant to deal with a massive problem which must be completed carefully but in due haste what Americans will remember and what history will record is that the Senate is the right time Linda Kenyon Washington meantime Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer agrees and says the bill will help Americans this is not a moment of celebration but one of necessity we have the anguish of the American people wondering about the future of their health the health of their loved ones and the economy necessitates sauce to do all we can to help them and help our country a Senate vote is expected later today before going to the house for consideration stock market experienced a huge rally yesterday of the opening bell rang just couple of minutes ago I'll check those numbers for you here in a moment the cast and bomb said the middle of the coronavirus crisis investors liked the sound of the stimulus package that was being worked on at the capitol investors were booed all day Tuesday by signs of a possible deal on a two trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus package when the closing bell rang the Dow was up two thousand one hundred and thirteen points or eleven point four percent it was the largest single day gain since nineteen thirty three the S. and P. five hundred rose nine point four percent its best day in twelve years and the nasdaq closed up eight point one percent right now four minutes into trading the Dow Jones industrial average is up two percent that's a four hundred ten points and the S. and P. five hundred is up twenty one points which is a little bit less than one percent is it in trump is eyeing a return to business as usual by Easter but some say it's too soon president trump setting Easter as a target date to re open the country suggesting he may face out of the fifteen day self isolating guidelines once they expire Dr Anthony Fauci says he's urging the president to be flexible you can look at the date that you got to be very flexible on on the on it literally day by day and week by week basis you need to evaluate the feasibility of what you're trying to do before trump made his comments some Republican lawmakers warned against moving too fast to get the economy going again Wyoming congresswoman Liz Cheney tweeting quotes there will be no normally function economy if our hospitals are overwhelmed and thousands of Americans of all ages including our doctors and nurses lay dying because we have failed to do what's necessary to stop the virus I'm zero for just reporting New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he hopes the president is right but Murphy's not ready to make that decision just yet the facts are going in the right direction in a no one wants that more than I do well that's that's one thing about my fear based on the meetings were having constantly would suggest that we're not going to be out of the woods by then I hope I'm wrong I hope they're wrong my fear is they're not and if they're not we have to stay the course and I will do everything I can in my power to do just that the dismissal of the president's timeline saying that he hopes to get business back open by mid April came from both Republicans and Democrats from leaders struggling to manage hot spot to the outbreak in those still trying to mitigate it further further spread can you imagine planning a wedding through this whole corona virus pandemic I can't imagine planning a wedding at all but going well there's so many brides to be that that all right and I can I can only imagine what is happening we're gonna talk to a bridal gown designer in town who is experiencing the impact the corona virus is having on the wedding industry and that's coming up at eight forty KLIF news time is eight thirty six let's get an update on traffic now.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The coronavirus aid package was announced correspondent Linda Kenyon reports from Washington DC madam president I have an update for the information of all senators and for the information of the American people and is good news Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell making this announcement on the Senate floor at one thirty in the morning Washington time at last we have a deal the deal on the two trillion dollar measure aims to help workers businesses and healthcare system stretched to its limits the Senate plans to vote on the measure later today the head of the national allergy and infectious diseases for the United states Dr Anthony bounty right here on seventy seven WABC this morning with Bernie and said he was asked about the use of known and tested drugs such as hydrochloric when used for malaria to treat called at nineteen I mean we're working very rapidly on a vaccine but that's not going to be ready for at least a year a year and a half the number of drug that you mentioned there in the pipeline that we're gonna be going into clinical trials to see if they are safe and effective we don't know it yet we're gonna trying determine that it shows that it is they will try to make those drugs available as quickly as possible Dr counties as a vaccine is year to eighteen months away he also told Bernie and sid that reports of a rift with president trump or not true at all he calls them rumors with no basis at all not even close I just think that those are removed that you hear that blew my mind when I hear it because there's no basis in reality he also said president trump is flexible about the suggestion of easing coronavirus restrictions around Easter and you can hear Bernie into its interview with doctor about you right here on seventy seven WABC in its entirety at nine thirty seven AM the Jersey governor Phil Murphy yesterday while announcing a spike in cases in the garden state was asked about the Easter time table as suggested by the president I can't is the chief executive of the state if the numbers are still going up and we still have more folks family who were passing on the pain may be high in terms of our lifestyle and our economy I can't relent we're gonna have to stay the course no matter what Murphy announced Jersey cases have spiked to three thousand six hundred seventy five and forty four deaths that was as of yesterday New York state overall has twenty five thousand cases two hundred ten deaths New York City over fifteen thousand cases one hundred thirty one deaths and Connecticut six hundred positive cases and twelve deaths no early release for former ex trump lawyer Michael Cohen he is serving ten months so far of a three year sentence for lying to Congress and campaign finance fraud W. A. B. C. news time nine oh three traffic and weather next day from noon to four PM it's producing Juliet from four to five PM it's Brian Kilmeade then from five to six PM stance try to take our fast if you're in the middle because your mother had to yell back at this lady what happened in Raleigh mark Titus and Tate Frazier are two basketball die hards talking NBA NC double a and all things sports you don't know anymore yes they don't know anything what.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"S. house planning to take the necessary votes to formally submit to the Senate the articles of impeachment against president trump however as Linda Kenyon told us earlier the process will almost certainly take at least the entire day well we're gonna start at ten o'clock eastern this house speaker is gonna have a news conference where she's going to announce the house impeachment managers will be the members of the house who will act as the prosecuting attorneys in this case and then not starting at noon the house is going to start debating the articles of impeachment a resolution to send those articles over to the Senate and the some point this afternoon sometime after five eastern or way beyond they're going to start marching those articles of impeachment over to the Senate and will be a mostly ceremonial a photo op experience but none the less it will be an opportunity to witness history the articles of impeachment once passed after the bounded individual folders and then they're putting a wooden boxes sergeant arms escort the wooden box and the messengers across the capitol complex from the house side to the Senate side it's all love full of a lot of pomp and circumstance and tradition yeah that's quite a spectacle I thought that the the the trial had to begin the day after the articles were delivered by that we understand it's not gonna start in till next Tuesday perhaps well actually what will happen it is still considered part of the trial is starting tomorrow so they'll be within twenty four hours the the Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is expected to come to Capitol Hill to swear in the senators who will be the jurors in this case and take care of a couple of other of the highest keeping order items that are part of the impeachment trial so technically does start tomorrow and after the swearing in those members of the jury are not allowed to talk about the case they're not allowed to speak during the trial either and so questions and answers but it will be done not in a written form and so a lot of that stuff has to be taken care of before the actual hearing of testimony and the if there is in fact a hearing of witness testimony and the vote by the way may trial on whether they will be witnesses and additional documents thank you Linda can young you can imagine the live coverage is going to take place later today is those articles it'll be interesting it over to the Senate will they get over there and then and then when they get it before the Senate may actually start the MP for the part I'm really looking forward to that she was talking about nobody's allowed to comment yeah we'll see how long that lasts nobody in this and I think what will be a hushed tone over Washington yeah all right I'll be nice this is the craziest scientific story that we've ever report really have to make this quick but researchers in the U. S. have created the first living machines let that sink in by assembling cells from African clawed frogs and maintaining hello bots that move around under their own steam now there is a sentence for you okay let's revisit that they created the first living machines that by taking cells from frogs yes and turning them into tiny robots right they can move on their own right at this point that's all they can do but there's a future in this Michael have been the director the Allen discoverycenter Tufts University in Massachusetts explains these are entirely new all life forms they have never before existed on earth they're not machines are made they're not robots made out of machines the robots made out of living cells that continue to live and my intention is when did they know they are them one of the takeover yeah these are very small but ultimately the plan is to make them to scale laments that refers to them as zero bytes says they might be built with blood vessels nervous systems and sensory cells to form rudimentary eyes pretty soon will be building human beings or destroying them yeah either of the two one of our favorite story of the day right now it's eight fifty five traffic time on KLIF years bill Jackson in may Glenn heights red oak area for I thirty five E. north bound at the bear creek road looks like a wreck there with White Plains black that's a starting to back up toward old villa rolled there are six thirty five the shoes and box springs on six thirty five north bound at Bruton road the White Plains black by an accident there's still the record away on six thirty five once funded marsh that's in the two left lanes of the back up to the high five the Dallas north tollway northbound at spring valley collision blacks the right lane so it's slow from lover's lane in grapevine of three sixty north by the glade row there's that accident in the left lane at the fort worth the early morning accident investigation continues with two eighty seven the Martin Luther king freeway closed northbound past riverside and it's backed up to bury with KLIF traffic on.
"linda kenyon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President trump accepted the house speaker's invitation to deliver the state of the union to a joint session of Congress on February fourth correspondent Linda Kenyon says the invite comes two days after the house impeached Mr drug the timing of the address means the president could be delivering his state of the union speech even as the US Senate is presiding over his impeachment trial the dates for the Senate trial have yet to be set Britain has taken a big step toward the European Union exit door will make yours gave preliminary approval Friday to prime minister Boris Johnsons ET your divorce bill in the decisive vote the brook years of political deadlock over brexit other ministration finalized a decision to roll back in two thousand seven rule calling for energy efficient light bulbs world back has been challenged in court by fifteen states and Washington DC I'm Barton occur this Bloomberg sports update Niklas Backstrom of two goals and two assists in the Washington Capitals beat the New Jersey Devils sixty three at the prudential center the four points for Backstrom gives some nine hundred in his career Alex alleged gunman John Carlson each had a goal an assist as the capitals rebound from Monday's three nothing loss of Columbus and proving to sixteen three and one on the road Washington's twenty six six and five record currently the NHL's best it is the only team in the league not to lose consecutive games in regulation this season Kyle Palmieri plea Colin miles would scored for the devils who were denied their first three game winning streak of the season mackenzie Blackwood at twenty one saves before being relieved buys you'll send in the third period William a lender and Mitch Marner each score their second goal of the game early in the third period as Toronto doubled up the Rangers six to three of the garden Pierre angle and Italy and the kind of also scored in Frederick Anderson made nineteen saves as Toronto won its third straight Brady shame Ryan Stroman possible but may which scored for the Rangers Alexander Georgi of may thirty four saves as the Rangers losing streak reached three games by about a bio scored twenty points as the heat easily be the next one twenty nine one fourteen Duncan Robinson scored eighteen for Miami on six for ten shooting from three point range seven Miami players all in all finished in double figures Bobby Portis led the next with thirty points on twelve for seventeen shooting Mitchell Robinson scored eighteen points Marcus Morris with fifteen Julius Randle had thirteen and Kevin Knox finished with eleven the giants will have Daniel Jones back under center for Sunday's game against the Redskins ending kneeling manning's two game return as the team's starting quarterback Jones had missed the giants last two games with a sprained right ankle buffalo open the college football bowl season with a thirty one nine win over Charlotte in the Bahamas bowl can state defeated Utah state fifty one forty one in the first mobile the Bloomberg sports update on Tom Rogers this is Bloomberg businessweek with Carol master and cheese and Kelly from Bloomberg radio Sears in lululemon Athletica man they've been on quite a tear almost doubling in the past year and chasing you know the story said well you wrote this story is part of a remarkable turnaround well it is and it involves private equity we talk about private equity a lot in the context of those big well known names Blackstone KKR Carlisle and what not this is a firm called advent they were in it at the beginning they got out made a lot of money then they went back in in twenty fourteen and they did even better I sat down exclusively with advanced managing partner in chairman David must suffer as well as Calvin me Tom he is the CEO of lululemon we caught up at one of the loose stores in New York City how old for lack of better term sort of broken was it when you sort of got back in I mean I think the business was had its challenges but at the core the issue was alignment and so part of the power that that private equity can bring is that alignment and so in this case we had a situation where the founder was aligned with the board and the management team and so you'd seen some turnover of the senior management you also didn't have the company in sync with the ability to make investments they were following Wall Street and thinking about what they needed to do that quarter and so I feel like what we saw is this fundamental opportunity was to help regain that alignment and put the platform in place so that the company could establish a really strategic proposition not just the here and now but part of the the real opportunity is to help them get out of the penny a share game and make some of these investments that had been deferred right I want to get to the moment where Calvin you come into the company you do have it a series of of CEOs so leadership becomes something at the at the top level but you also have to deal with in in terms of the the various issues you have to address firstly we had a situation where the board really was interested loves this company and wanted to see it succeed and so in that regard when we came back in twenty fourteen we were able to create some of that alignment pretty easily and help create the the ability to put some of these ideas and placed the idea of a longer term plan but you're right I think some of those challenges with the founder made it hard and so the point that that the founder exited the company in two thousand fifteen we were really able to began assembling a world class management team and so with a CFO who was initially was Stuart now CO and then talent along the way leading to people like Glenn and Calvin and sun and a host of really world class business leaders and the exciting part is that this business had that potential it just needed the opportunity and the the framework from this point and beyond it really feels like the business is just getting started at that moment where you where you do start to dig in callin me what's what's the opportunity he see to sort of take it to the next level so for me the first assessment was as an opportunity here to be even more than what the limit is not just for the north American international and I think the clear resounding answers absolutely I mean the vision we have today is to Connecticut many people to live the sweat life and we're gonna express that not just two incredible product that will keep developing because there's so much opportunity and white space for us to develop into but also through our strategy of events what we do with our grow initiatives and seeing what Calvin and the team have already done with the manifestation of this some of this next step vision in Chicago and with the membership and loyalty program you already you're beginning to see some of the seeds of thinking about what the broader vision might look like and so what does that look like going for because it does feel like we're at a very interesting moment in the world of retail we have a huge run way of growth not only is our women's business continuing to grow at double digit with a lot of growth opportunity being entering into new categories or we mention to and from to see that doesn't even really in our women's category exist in into our army guest experience with our digital platform in as good as we are there's a ton of opportunity to even more this is an emotional brand and our online continues to be more transactional and then finally you know expanding into markets we still have a lot of opportunity North America not to mention what's happening internationally and in Europe as well as in China we feel work early innings and everything we're trying to create and that's advent managing partner in chairman David must suffer and Calvin McDonald lululemon's CEO listen it's a remarkable tale candidly that had not been told before the stock obviously anybody's watching it has seen it rise right but the money behind it what it took to fix it that's a whole different story I think this is a great business school case study right of a company that was done so well had some problems and really came back and if you can look at it so many different levels well and it's a well known brand of one that totally really keep an eye on both for trend.