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Biden: Science will be at `forefront' of his administration

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 hrs ago

Biden: Science will be at `forefront' of his administration

"President elect Joe Biden says signs will always be at the forefront of his administration so he's elevating the post of science adviser to cabinet level Eric lander a pioneer in mapping the human genome is in line to direct the office of science and technology policy and service science adviser he would be the first to life scientists to hold the job Biden's also retaining Dr Francis Collins is director of the national institutes of health and he's naming two prominent female scientists to co chair the president's council of advisors on science and technology Caltex Francis Arnold who won the two thousand eighteen Nobel Prize in chemistry and M. I. T. vice president for research Maria's stupor Biden says the team will ensure everything his administration does is grounded in science facts and the truth Ben Thomas Washington

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Attorney General Letitia James Takes on Trump

Our Body Politic

02:09 min | 23 hrs ago

Attorney General Letitia James Takes on Trump

"Letitia james was a new york city public defender and a city council member before becoming new york. State's attorney general twenty nineteen. She's the first woman and the first black person elected to the office this year. Attorney general james filed a lawsuit aimed at dissolving. The nra successfully blocked immigration officials for making arrests in and around state courthouses and is leading a lawsuit against facebook for stifling competition. Her office is leading an investigation into president. Donald trump's finances which she intends to continue after he leaves office and even if he pardons himself that pardon would only protect him from federal prosecution. Welcome attorney general james. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it so you are obviously a new york. State official not a federal officials. So how if at all do the recent events on capitol hill affect what you're doing is it. You know speeding things up or pressure or is it just the same as usual It's unfortunate that we all witnessed an attempted coup an attack on our democracy and the president and his associates who have Question the legitimacy of this election have blood on their hands. These wild conspiracy theories that led to these acts of terror in sedition. It wasn't attempt to basically destroy our democratic republic and so all of those who are responsible should be held accountable and i've called on the justice department To beginning investigation into the attempted insurrection attempted coup into whole all of those responsible for their roles in fanning. The flames that led to this failed coup. We are working with justice to identify those individuals who breached the capital. And we will do all that. We can to identify those individuals and to send a message. that will not happen again. And it certainly will not be tolerated in the state capital in albany

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Iran set to further reduce compliance with nuclear deal

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

03:58 min | 1 d ago

Iran set to further reduce compliance with nuclear deal

"Right here. This weekend International watchdog agency informed the U. N Security Council that Iran is advancing its nuclear program and for more we're joined on the case. CBS RING Central News Line by CBS News Foreign Affairs analyst Pamela Falk. Level of thanks as always, for joining us to what degree does this move get in the way of the bite administration's efforts to restart the 2015 Iran nuclear deal? It will get in the way and nice to speak with you, Jeff and Patti that Iran is clearly turning up the heat and that came in the form off the U. N watchdog agency, The International Atomic Energy Agency, confirming two world powers, the U. N Security Council. Another Iranian breach of the nuclear deal. Now that is that they are beginning twists, install equipment for the production of uranium metal. So this is new. And it would complicate plans for the incoming Biden administration. Which has said all through the campaign, and since they won the election that they hope to steer Iran back into compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal in the U. S got out of and bring the U. S back on board and every time Iran is Upping the ante, it becomes more difficult. What does Iran want out of this? What would it take for them to engage again in talks? Well, they've been pretty clear, Patty. What they want is the money first show us the money. What they want is the sanctions lifted first, and then they'll get back to compliance. What they say is Look, we made a deal and it was four years in the making with us, Germany, France, Britain and China, Russia and the European Union as well as Iran and what they what the deal Woz Woz, they would stop the production of their nuclear weapons. Sections of their nuclear facilities, and the world would lift the economic sanctions that prohibit all sorts of things in Iran and hurt their economy. What happened was the Trump Administration got out in 2018. They said, OK, fine will still stick with it. But then restrictions that kept going in from the United States made it much harder for the other countries, especially Western Europe to trade with Iran. And so they said, Look, you broke the deal. We're getting out. Now that it's very complicated because they're also bad, say factors on other fronts. In other words, aiding groups Hezbollah and Hamas attack Israel there they just this week tested more missiles. And what did new U. N. Ambassador of Israel Gilad aired on? Um said today was that he's calling for the security counter soul to me urgently. To craft concrete action on all of these activities, so what's happening is as they start to move back from the deal. Other countries they're starting to say, including Israel. Maybe other things should be in the deal because ballistic missiles were never rented their aid to is to these seas of Milan groups in the region. We're not in it. No, put everything back on the table, and that would make it very difficult. So they bite administration's gonna have a very tall task. You've got Secretary of State nominee Uh, Anthony Blinken ready to go on this in a very good Iran team. Where they would like to undo what the a chief said, which was, it's actually gotten more dangerous for Israel and for the world in the last four years, meaning under the Trump administration.

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The U.S. Is Culpable for Yemen's Tragedy

UN News

01:15 min | 2 d ago

The U.S. Is Culpable for Yemen's Tragedy

"United states decision to designate. Yemen's who hoodies as a terrorist organization will likely lead to a large-scale famine. Not seen for nearly forty years. The un emergency relief chief said on thursday in his address to the security council mark. Lowcock said that it was not his intention to question the us decision which was announced last sunday against ansar. Allah has the who teas are formerly known but he noted that yemenis were already stockpiling whatever they can afford while humanitarian agencies had long been unanimously opposed to the development fearing that commercial importers of food fuel and medicines would walk away from the war-torn country their fears of being caught up in. Us regulatory action. Which would put them out of business into jail. The un official explained before insisting that aid agencies simply cannot replace commercial importers latest. You in data indicates that sixteen million people will go hungry in yemen this year. Nearly six years after conflict erupted between the government of president at rob amancio had he and hootie forces who control vast stretches of the country about fifty thousand people are essentially starving to death in what is essentially a small famine. Mr lowcock told the security council adding that another five million just one step behind them

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Why Didn't The FBI And DHS Produce A Threat Report Ahead of The Capitol Insurrection?

Morning Edition

05:07 min | 2 d ago

Why Didn't The FBI And DHS Produce A Threat Report Ahead of The Capitol Insurrection?

"Before most major protests are rallies, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI. Usually produced a formal intelligence report explaining the possible threats, and then they send that report to local law enforcement to help them plan. DHS and the FBI did one of these threat assessment assessments ahead of the demonstrations in Portland, Oregon, after the killing of George Floyd last spring. He also did one before Black lives matter Marches in Washington in June, But there was no threat assessment done ahead of the deadly attack on the U. S Capital. NPR's Dina Temple Raston of our investigations team has been looking into this. Good morning, Dina. Good morning. I mean, all you had to do. Deena was look at social media for the weeks leading up to the January 6th rally. To know things could potentially get really bad at the Capitol. You didn't even need a formal threat assessment to tell you that did law enforcement Just not pick up on that. No, that was part of the raw intelligence that they were putting together like the New York Police Department scrapes social media, and they sent what they found A Washington There was sort of unverifiable threats, that sort of thing. Bond. There was more raw intelligence that came before that. Just a day after that, Just a day before the pro Trump rally, the Norfolk Field office in the FBI confirmed that They had found specific threats against members of Congress and exchange of maps of the tunnel system under the Capitol complex, and there were people online talking about gathering in Kentucky and Pennsylvania and South Carolina. To meet up before convoy Ng up to Washington and things. Norfolk report was first reported in the Washington Post a couple of days ago. So they were gathering this together then then what happened to where did that raw intelligence go? Well, that's the problem. It never made it much past that raw intelligence stage, so basically they might have picked up a thread or had a human source. Tell them something or that or say that they saw something, but it didn't go to the next step, where it's validated and analyzed and Put into a larger picture put into context. So when the FBI does that they put it in a report called an Intelligence bulletin. When DHS does some something like that they call it a threat assessment report. And then sometimes the two of them put out a report together and typically, then they would send that that finished product out to local law enforcement. So we're going to talk about why that didn't happen. But first, can you just explain? Why is that assessment so much more valuable than straight? Raw Intel? What's the difference? Local law enforcement sees threat assessment says actionable intelligence I mean the bulletins are considered finished right there a synthesis of validated and analyzed intelligence and that helps local law enforcement make informed decisions. So we talk to the former head of DHS Michael Chertoff and get into your point. He said that in this case, the threat was so out in the open. The threat assessment was almost beside the point. It was perfectly obvious. She read the newspaper that there was gonna be a big rally that the president was talking about being be wild and that the focus was going to be the capital. Where they were having a certification vote show. They didn't take rocket science to see if there was a realistic foreseeable risk to the Capitol, and you would enhance the security. I mean, but maybe they need the threat assessment to put the process in place to get troops on the ground or security forces on the ground. I mean, DHS and the FBI have issued intelligence bulletins for four as we mentioned Black lives matter. Protests what was different this time around? Why didn't they treat this the same way? Our reporting found that one of the reasons that they didn't treat it the same way may have been bias. We talk to someone named R P. Eddy and he used to be in the National Security Council. He's done a lot of counterterrorism work. He worked with the NYPD and the LAPD. And now he has his own intelligence consultancy, and he thinks It's something called the invisible obvious. Was it work and basically, that's things that sit right in front of us that we don't notice. It was very hard for these decision makers in these analysts to realize that people who look just like them could want to commit this kind of unconstitutional violence and get little he tried to and want to kill them. So in other words, in other words, this was supposed to be a pro trump rally, and then it wasn't and it was hard for these law and order people to see that this mob these people who were so pro Trump, who had bumper stickers, just like theirs on the back of their cars were going to commit violence. And by the time they figure that out, it was too late. And then it really begs the question. Did they not see it? Because they didn't want to see it. I mean, or they couldn't see it were their blind spots. Exactly And that and that, In fact, a lot of these people that they were seeing, right? I mean they were wearing pro Trump T shirts. They were there to support the president. When you think of those kinds of people. You you don't think about those being the people that you might have to worry will resort to violence and that was what went wrong. It wasn't you know something nefarious. It was just when you looked at it without the analysis. It seemed like this'll was just going to be another rally. And then it wasn't NPR's Dina Temple Raston of our investigations team. Thank you.

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Dallas City Council Approves Renaming Street in Memory of Botham Jean

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Dallas City Council Approves Renaming Street in Memory of Botham Jean

"Dallas City Council has unanimously voted to approve the renaming of a stretch of Lamar ST to both, um Gene Boulevard to honor the 26 year old who was killed in his apartment by an off duty officer in 2018. Former Dallas officer Amber Geiger claimed she thought she was walking into her unit and that he was an intruder. Geiger was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison.

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Los Angeles Council president introduces motion for expanded renters relief program

Ben Shapiro

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Los Angeles Council president introduces motion for expanded renters relief program

"City Council wants to give renters more breathing room, Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez introduced a motion to expand the Emergency Renters relief program. Using additional funding approved by Congress to help tenants during the pandemic, The motion reads. While the city's eviction moratorium and Renters assistance program has provided critical relief, many tenants are still months behind on rent with no foreseeable way to pay it back and without the additional help. Many families could end up on the streets.

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Prosecutors Recommend 2 Years Imprisonment for Ex-Los Angeles Councilman

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

Prosecutors Recommend 2 Years Imprisonment for Ex-Los Angeles Councilman

"Two year prison term for former L. A city councilman Mitch Englander, he copped a plea to obstructing a city hall bribery investigation. Englander resigned from his council seat in the San Fernando Valley couple of years ago during the investigation since then he cut the deal made the plea agreement, he admits scheming to cover up cash payments from a developer in Los an Unless prosecutors are also recommending three years of supervised release and a fine of $45,000 sentencing set for later this month. Couple of L. A City Council

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Marty Walsh: ‘I’m not going to Washington alone. I’m bringing Boston with me.’

WBZ Morning News

01:12 min | 3 d ago

Marty Walsh: ‘I’m not going to Washington alone. I’m bringing Boston with me.’

"Boston Mayor Marty Walz says goodbye. We're city taking what loss. Not a day goes by that I'm not speaking with a grieving family member. Worker facing unemployment or small business owner struggling to hang on what is likely, most likely his final state of the city address before heading to Washington as labor secretary and the Biden administration and emotional mayor honors and praises the city that he says gave him a second chance and continues to give him hope. If anyone had any doubt as to how much the city of Boston means to Marty Walsh, all you had to do was listen toward the end of his state of the city address. They choke up a little wiped the finger across his I said he'd be leaving the job is mayor to become U. S Secretary of Labor. But he added on bringing Boston with me. I carry with me the people from Boston from every neighborhood. Every child who shared a dream with me. Every senior who shared a memory with me. Anyone watching right now who cares about their family and the future of this city who talked about the city meeting the challenges of the pandemic. He said He's talked to City Council President Kim Janey as she will soon take over as acting mayor, he said. We may be hurting, but the state of our city is deep down. Boston Strong Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news

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France worries about new coronavirus variant

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

France worries about new coronavirus variant

"One of Francis top scientific advices has expressed strong concerns over the variant of the virus the circulating widely in Britain and is now spreading in France the president of France's scientific council who's referred to a study based on one hundred thousand positive tests which shows that one percent of the people were infected with the highly contagious new variant he says the aim is to try to slow its growth and front is now engaged in a speedy race to vaccinate the most vulnerable people authorities say was one hundred ninety thousand people have been injected with the vaccine so far as Franz prioritizes those living in nursing homes and health care workers I'm Charles de Ledesma

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St. Louis protesters call on Hawley to resign from Senate

Pacifica Evening News

02:41 min | 3 d ago

St. Louis protesters call on Hawley to resign from Senate

"Missouri labor leaders and good government groups are calling on Missouri Senator Josh Holly to resign over his actions seen as encouraging the insurrectionists leading up to and during the assault on the U. S Capitol last week. Lily bulky has the story. ST Louis, labor leaders and good government groups are coming together to demand. U. S Senator Josh Holly's resignation at the Capitol last week. Holly Fist pumped the mob that shortly after stormed the building, putting members of Congress and capital staff at risk and injuring or even killing capital and D. C. Metro police and Holly led the charge in the Senate to object to the counting of electoral votes. The motivation for the riot. American Federation of Government Employees. Local 21 92 President Keena Smith says Missouri's people deserve better, and their senators should be focusing on helping them, especially black, brown and low income residents get through this health and economic crisis and it better quite been their energy and time and effort into something that will help the state of Missouri. You feed pump and caused destruction and encourage more hate. Some folks on Capitol Hill, led by Missouri's freshman congresswoman, Cori Bush, are circulating a petition to investigate and expel members of Congress who instigated the storming of the capital since the riot last Wednesday. A poll from Quinnipiac found that nearly 75% of registered voters say democracy is under threat. A B 1% say extremism is a big problem in this country and more than half hold President Donald Trump responsible for last week's events, Smith says if it had been black and Brown people storming the Capitol, the resulting clashes between writers and the police would have been much more deadly. When we deal with the markets and stuff on ground zero, you know, we were faced with the National Guard and we were faced with tear gas and dogs and all of this, and where was that? You can't tell us that there is not a double standard because we continue to watch it every day. See Louis Labor Council president Pat White says Holly's actions show quote what he's about. If he doesn't resign or get removed. White hopes Missourians will vote him out. There's no reason that the state of Missouri Contar na, sit around and get a guy out of That is relying on base that carries a Confederate flag that care, you know that beach up police officers on the steps of the Capitol, the American Federation of Government Employees and the ST Louis Labor Council will be joined by the end of the CP and resist ST Louis as well as local clergy members at the rally today for Missouri New Service I'm really bulky

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More New Yorkers start receiving the Covid-19 vaccine

Night News

01:04 min | 3 d ago

More New Yorkers start receiving the Covid-19 vaccine

"New York City Council learned more today about a plan to ramp up the city's vaccination program. We get details from WCBS is Marla Diamond. Two million New Yorkers are now eligible for the vaccine, according to City Health Commissioner Dr Dave Choksi, leading city Councilwoman Carlina Rivera to ask how many doses are we getting from the federal government each week? Currently, um well, I would start by saying that the amount changes week to week and often were not made aware of that allotment until a few days prior to receiving the doses for the week. In some weeks. We've received upwards of 200,000 doses in other weeks, including this one we've received about 100,000 doses, Doctor, Choksi says. The uncertainty makes it challenging to plants and offer appointment slots, he says. Within the coming days, as supply increases, they'll be able to replicate New Jersey's online system that allows anyone to sign up for the vaccine and be notified once they become

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Los Angeles City Council Votes To Have City Pursue Changes To Restaurant Permit Processes

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:07 min | 3 d ago

Los Angeles City Council Votes To Have City Pursue Changes To Restaurant Permit Processes

"City Council looks to streamline the city processes that affects the food and beverage industry has the virus. Continues to surge, The council voted to instruct various city agencies and departments to pursue changes that would make it easier to provide outdoor dining. They also want to look at the economic impact of extending the food pick up zone program indefinitely even before the pandemic. A lot of those who sought to open restaurants or bars. They complained legitimately about a lot of red tape and delays that they had in obtaining approvals and a variety of unnecessary outdated requirements. Councilman Bob Blumenfield adoption of this package, while not a final decision on any of the recommendations. Sends a clear message to our restaurants and our bars and the property owners and business district's that the city will partner in ensuring economic recovery and continued vitality for our commercial quarters. Other measures include instructing the Bureau of Street Services, the Department of Building and Safety and the L. A Fire department to report on ways to streamline the process for approving tense canopies and awnings in the public Right of way. Margaret career Oh KNX 10 70 news radio in

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De Blasio says New York City could run out of COVID shots in 2 weeks

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 4 d ago

De Blasio says New York City could run out of COVID shots in 2 weeks

"In two weeks, we could be out of vaccines. That's what Mayor de Blasio warned last night. Let's go to City Hall. Here's 10. 10 wins reporter. Glenn Schuck with our update. Indeed, By the end of the week, we'll have 24 7 vaccination. Hubbs sit up in each of the five boroughs at this pace. It's really picking up Now, this problem, according to the mayor on New York one at the rate we're going, we're gonna be out in two weeks or so if we don't start to get bigger, resupplies, you know, we're talking about a constantly escalating level of giving vaccines here 100 thousands last week we hit that goal, but he had 175,000 this week by the last week of January before 100,000 we could do in a week. The question is gonna be. Is it going to be vaccine? To actually achieve our goals. The City Council's Health committee will hold this hearing later today, they'll hear from the health commissioner and others they'll talk about fair and legitimate distribution of what's been going on with the vaccine. Making sure no communities are being left out. And can the system be improved, while critics like city Comptroller Scott Stringer? Thanks so he's calling websites that have been set up by the city for eligible New Yorkers to get appointments complex and cumbersome. They must be simplified, he says.

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Chicago Public Schools reopen today

Bob Sirott

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Chicago Public Schools reopen today

"Work virtually outside of their schools again today despite the plan by CPS to reopen all of the buildings. WGN's Eric Run has the latest from one of those schools beginning in person Learning Dawes Elementary, Everyone filled out a health form before going into school mass were warned plastic dividers were at desks. And social distancing guidelines were being followed. The district has spent millions upgrading ventilation systems and adding air purifiers as well. To put it simply. These efforts are not enough. The teachers union, along with the majority of the city Council, are convinced CPS is planned will keep kids and staff safe. CPS has it will not pay teachers who don't show up for school and we'll lock them out there Google classrooms so they cannot teach remotely. Some students and

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Los Angeles County could mandate ‘hero pay’ for some grocery, drugstore workers

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Los Angeles County could mandate ‘hero pay’ for some grocery, drugstore workers

"L A county leaders are moving ahead with the plan that would have some workers getting a pay increase. So called hero pay and cities in the county are also getting on board with the effort. County supervisors and discussing the hero pay proposal said it would apply to national grocery and drug retailers operating an unincorporated areas of the county. To provide a pay bump for frontline workers roughly $5 an hour But for the Rays to apply elsewhere, independent cities would have to approve it. In Santa Monica City Council, Kevin McEwen says they're already ready to discuss the matter tomorrow. My motion Tuesday night will position, said Obama, CA to be able to participate immediately in this county action. Like the county proposal, the Santa Monica organs would not apply to mom and pop operations. But only the much larger chain firms who can afford the Rays and whose workers are at greater risk of contracting covert 19 because they deal with larger numbers of the public on an everyday

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EHT 241  Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

EHT 241 Ambassador-at-Large John Cotton Richmond: Looking Forward - burst 2

"I appreciate that. Most of the most of the conversations. I have or we're doing wrong or we'll eat but he is helpful to stop and think about. What are we doing. well. I think we're doing well or at least better not certainly sufficient but we're getting better at. We're getting much better at engaging survivors in these conversations. We're getting better at moving beyond merely asking survivors to tell their stories in having them talk about their opinions having shared their insights. Whether it's informal settings like the presidentially appointed us advisory council that helps guide the federal interagency on issues related to tracking person. How he can improve or whether it's individual ngos are starting to survivor. Advisory councils seeing survivors take up leadership roles in organizations where they're not just advising consulting but their employees on their employees at the top levels.

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Living with cancer (with guest Celina Be)

Not Another Mum Pod

06:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Living with cancer (with guest Celina Be)

"A forty nine votes single kids age between fifteen to twenty one in march two thousand and sixteen nineteen was diagnosed with stage to press council of her left. Breast yesterday tells the constant Polity unfortunately the council is now ten. No and there's no cure In words she's just flying time. Not just being an advocate for breast cancer since diagnosis. She's been interviewed by all genres of media local to her wishes based in south africa as well as internationally she also has a facebook breast cancer awareness page and she founded a private breast cancer center. Group helps women and their loved ones through their emotional mental and physical activity of the journey. One in eight women will be diagnosed. Suppress is indiscriminate age gender nationality. And you don't need a genetic predisposition to get rest council please note will include all relevant support links and details on our website page for this episode so for now. Let's welcome nadia to the show. Let's say not yet. Thank you so much for agreeing to come on the show today and talk about your experience with really on it and privileged to have him sauce. So we fest met on a facebook group. The three of us on Medicine up until the moment. You shan't story. I just assumed you just a regular key to mom. You're trying to do is a bit of winning coming up with some new recipes but when you said that you battling council on that it was ten. No we were completely oil struck. I mean you always come across as really vibrant positive industry. Help happiest time. And can i ask you. How do you manage to stay so positive in the face of such as not isis seem. It's absolutely wonderful to be speaking to you. Ladies first of all. I'm not always happy to get that straight. I'm always happy. Can't say he's a journey right so we can have a good days and days however i am single mom of four children and that quote him shoulder but they really adults house. They range from fifteen to twenty one years old. We just try to win each day for a day and then be go onto the next day and by. We need each day for me. Winning means taking the rule sips waking up in the morning getting into the shuttle eating well trying to exercise communication with the kids for me. That's winning the day. Yeah so. I suppose that probably does radiate a positive attitude but by no means am i positive. Twenty four hours a day seven days a week. 'cause i mean you still managed to get through. All of this is just absolutely amazing to me so oversee you've been battling cancer for fee has now how have you changed as a pass throughout janney however you when you first diagnosed compared to how you are today give you a little brief history that goes beyond the bio that you probably have given about me so i was diagnosed in march two thousand sixteen. So that's more than four years and eight months into this journey. To be absolutely honest. I was really different person. I was absolutely my vibrant. You would not catch me sitting on the sofa for five minutes a day. I was a go getter. I empty force so a few years ago for financial reasons. I had to go out to work. So i was working six days a week coming home and slow doing my thing as a mom suddenly without any warning with no symptoms no genetic predisposition. I actually decided to go to the gynecologist and she said to have you ever done a mammogram and took i said no. I have not interested. Okay let's just appointment for you and they'll say rent. Mary way. I remember sitting in the offices now off the mammogram department. And not thinking anything thinking okay. I'm becky tomorrow. Lang dollars is the bid looking at women's is i think something's flickering is. I looked and she said we need to do this. The spot to gain an immediate felt cold. Show going down my soul. I think it was and The coming office. And i remember the so clearly. She asked assistant to. Please give me a couple of key. And she said you know these a lump and ninety five percents malignancy without even doing a biopsy from presenting itself the mammogram scan in terms of appearance size and positioning. We are ninety. Five percent confirmed malignancy and it was almost as if i was watching a movie or somebody else. I was expecting this. I knew i to come homing cooking dinner for my kids. Get back to work. The next day. I got into my car and drove home in nyc state and the minute they got home called the meeting with my kids and broke dollars. This is what they found in. We're gonna have to gather together as a team and get through. This and my life changed on that day. Competely competely cancers the journey. It affects a person on every level from a mental state of mind to an emotional state of mind. It's fix the body physically. It debilitates the body search. Ernie you get into complete dock spaces and you can have fine the strength in your veins to pull yourself out to face the next day and what is being my safe said. I fought back on of very strong. Mindset that has kept me going in addition to my a being completely open with my community and in a larger scale my social media community about my diagnosis taking out to people creating awareness encouraging women to go for mammograms is that is being catharsis to be absolutely honest with you in a nutshell.

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"may council" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"may council" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pat loan council passed resolution creating a special committee to investigate child separation by the department of Human Services David first proposed creating the committee last may council voted it down but re introduce the resolution last week and encouraged parents have lost custody of their children to come to council to testify in its favor dozens showed up their emotional testimony extended the last few council sessions by as much as an hour the resolution still appeared unlikely to pass until several sources said concerns arose that the parents would continue to calm every week until the resolution passed at this week's session suddenly and unexpectedly introduced a new slightly less inflammatory version of the resolution and sources say members were lobby to pass it the council president could be seen in discussions with individual members rather than running the council session when the time came for a vote the new resolution passed unanimously Pat lobe KYW newsradio it's nine forty nine R. K. Y. W. entertainment minute Jonas brothers have a limited edition release coming out in November it's a beer please stop by the cores brewery when they were on tour and actually participated in the brewing process would have a distinct flavor that remains to be seen but the bottle will feature their faces on the mountains and you will be able to get in Philly more is going to have her own daytime talk show on CBS in fall of twenty twenty the network must have gotten a lot of positive feedback after her stint on the world's best back in February and they must know that fans are hungry for more now that Netflix cancel the Santa Clarita die she is dead and also owned Matarazzo as a new Netflix show Frank in counters it's like a mix of candid camera with a very scary twists date is October twenty fifth that's your entertainment minute sponsored by cutting some plumbing cooling heating expertly better I'd Stevie Reese Hey why W. news radio we got big problems developing.

"may council" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"may council" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And and and and and and after that I live and then I just misses with a call saying that everything worked for it Erika was just a few blocks away when she heard the explosion that brought dozens of people out of their homes and forced crews to cut off gas throughout the neighborhood and when we came outside we didn't see not them but we could smell the smoke and then within five minutes all the fire trucks and everything came down real lives just a few doors down from the home one Pearson Avenue where everything happened she says she was at work when she got calls and texts from friends and family she needed to check on her house I'm just totally shops open up the whole roof is sitting on the ground right now I now on believable officials say no one was hurt in the blast in there looking into just one wrong just a note okay wide W. newsradio for Philadelphia city council of provided a lesson in just how members can get things done behind closed doors he would have you city hall bureau chief palatable ports one member managed to get a resolution passed that just a few months ago council had rejected council passed a resolution creating a special committee to investigate child separation by the department of Human Services David first proposed creating the committee last may council voted it down but re introduced the resolution last week and encouraged parents who've lost custody of their children to come to council to testify in its favor dozens showed up their emotional testimony extended the last few council sessions by as much as an hour the resolution still appeared unlikely to pass until several sources said concerns arose that the parents would continue to calm every week until the resolution passed at this week's session suddenly and unexpectedly introduced a new slightly less inflammatory version of the resolution and sources say members were lobby to pass it the council president could be seen in discussions with individual members rather than running the council session when the time came for a vote the new resolution passed unanimously Pat lobe KYW newsradio campaign twenty twenty on KYW newsradio nine democratic presidential candidates took a detour last night from the twenty twenty campaign to make a play for support within a.

"may council" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Anyone is likely to see the determination of whether to charge or not to charge. A given person is an informed professional judgment entitled to the presumption of regularity. The indictments that the special counsel has brought to date or all cases in which other reasonable. Prosecutors. In mother shoes would have likewise pursued charges to the extent. The cases have been litigated Muller has prevailed. There is no indication that he is brought cases that were not substantially merited. That means if Muller declines prosecution as it relates to other prudential potential defendants onlooker should presume that those decisions also reflect responsible prosecutorial judgments declarations in a politically sensitive matter of this type may happen for a variety of reasons. The facts may not be adequate to support a given prosecution particularly with respect to the president. There are major legal impediments to prosecution both with respect to the application of specific statutes to the exercise of article two powers and with respect to the threshold question. Of whether the president is amenable to indictment while he remains an office at all, they're also prudential factors that may council against bringing a given case, for example, a witness who has some exposure to possible prosecution may provide essential cooperation and prosecutors may as a consequence for go charges all of these doctors are legitimate and people should be prepared to accept the legitimacy of outcomes that don't involve prosecutions. Second people should also accept the factual record as described in the report in the absence of specific reason to doubt, it this does not mean that Muller is some kind of deity whose word on factual matters is infallible. It is however a recognition that Muller has had the benefit of an elite staff of lawyers and investigators who've had access to an array of witnesses and documents and intelligence available to nobody else. This means quite simply that he knows more than everyone else does and is thus in a position to change the working factual record dramatically, whereas onlookers can only argue about the existing record. Or in the case of investigative reporters are congressional committees in shit forward at the margins as a consequence of this reality. If Muller concludes based on the evidence that he has collected that meeting took place, the working presumptions should be that the meeting took place if he says to individuals communicated with one another on a particular subject on a particular day. Let's take that as presumptively true. Unless and until it is rebutted this principle gets slightly trickier for stories that Muller is effectively debunking his report after all is very unlikely to offer conclusions in the negative. For example. The mother report likely will not say that Michael Cohen never traveled to Prague, but might conclude instead that the investigation had not turned up any evidence that Cohen had traveled to Prague in such a case, it might be tempting to seize on the distinction and conclude that because Muller didn't say that Cohen didn't travel to Prague the possibility that he did. So is still there resist. This temptation that way lies madness..

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"may council" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Thank you. I did not expect you to know that Elvis's favorite temperature to below below below Mississippi. That's right. Our we're getting David mcsweeney on the phone. He's the Republican from Barrington hills. And he is a senators to Bill which I kind of like where if it's going to raise your taxes. You actually have to say, by the way this Bill will raise your taxes. Have we been able to find out is George Kennedy working at O'Hare this evening? Yes, or no do we know as anybody called out there? Let's talk to our aviation director teams have over six hundred city workers will lead our snow program operating over three hundred pieces of equipment to keep the roadways and runways clear at both airports. We're fully stocked with resources in place to maintain operations in spite of both the cold and the snow terrific. Does George Kennedy have enough cigars curbing travelers as always to call ahead to your airline to check on your flight status. We remain in constant communication with the FAA our airport partners as well as our fellow city agencies to maintain readiness for any event. Okay. Terrific. And just why do I have to call head of everything's cancelled whole overweight? Batman, just k- travel may council. Okay. So anyway, coming up Rafer Weigel will be here from FOX thirty two. I heard you mention this Jennifer, he is working the story regarding the actor Jesse small latte. Nevertheless, Dave on the cellphone regarding a friend who was assaulted and battered twenty bucks out of his apartment supposed to be. Well, non requesting report the news was place over the French deck. EMS asserts huge jussie course plays this gentleman on empires. Good singer Jamal lion..

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"may council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on AP News

"Lawmakers are considering a pasture Protection Act on gay marriages AP correspondent, Walter Ratliff reports a Bill being considered in the Ohio legislature would specify the ministers don't have to perform marriages that contradict their sincerely held religious beliefs under the Ohio pastor Protection Act, ministers and religious societies wouldn't be subject to civil or criminal liability for denying their services or use of their property for such marriages supporters say pastors shouldn't be forced to contradict their religious beliefs. Gay rights advocates and other opponents of the Bill say it's redundant to constitutional protections and could enable discrimination against same sex couples. I'm Walter Ratliff. Russia's says it still expects a meeting between President Putin and President Trump to go ahead as planned AP's. Various shackling reports. The news comes despite Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships and Trump's threat to cancel border guards captured the three vessels and their crews and officials say they'll try to seem for. Violating the Russian border Trump in an interview with the Washington Post suggested he may council to sit down with Putin and Argentina following the seizure. I don't like that aggression aggression atoll Trump said, but Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters that the forthcoming meeting is on and the Russia had not received any information. To the contrary. I'm serious shaklee. This is the podcast one sports. Brought to you by the worldwide reach the Associated Press sports department. The bucks beat the Lowy bowls that elite.

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"may council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on AP News

"So it can make more hot-selling full-sized SUV's. The company says the moves will increase production of Lincoln, navigators and Ford expeditions. Navigators sales are up eighty one percent through October expedition sales rose three point nine percent. Ford plans to add five hundred jobs at the Kentucky truck plant in Louisville. That makes the SUV's it'll add five hundred at a factory in suburban Detroit. The produces SUV. V and truck transmissions about five hundred workers if the Louisville assembly plant who make the Ford escape small SUV will be diverted to make big SUV's and about six hundred fifty workers at a car factory near Detroit will move to the transmission plant or other openings. Russia says it still expects a meeting between President Putin and President Trump to go ahead as planned AP's. Various shaklee reports. The news comes despite Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships and Trump's threat to cancel border guards captured the three vessels and their crews and officials say they'll try to semen for violating the Russian border Trump in an interview with the Washington Post suggested he may council the sit down with Putin in Argentina following the seizure. I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression atoll Trump said, but Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Pascoe told reporters that the forthcoming meeting is on and the Russia had not received any information. To the contrary. I'm Sarah shock. Debt carried by US businesses is if the highest levels in more than two decades, and risky debt is growing. According to the Federal Reserve the federal report on Wednesday was the first assessing the stability of the US financial system comes ten years after the financial crisis. The new report points to excessive borrowing by households and businesses banks elevated debt levels in high prices for stocks and other assets exceeding the real value. The report says debt owed by businesses is that historically high levels and growth in riskier forms of business. Debt has picked up recently. Now it more than two trillion dollars. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game..

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"may council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on AP News

"His heart. The plan is to give a thousand dollars to each of the students and staff members affected. I'm Jennifer king. Russia's says it still expects a meeting between President Putin and President Trump to go ahead as planned AP's. Zaria shackling reports. The news comes despite Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships and Trump's threat to cancel Russian border guards captured the three vessels and their crews and officials say they'll try to semen for violating the Russian border Trump in an interview with the Washington Post suggested he may council to sit down with Putin in Argentina following the seizure. I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression atoll Trump said, but Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Pasco told reporters that the forthcoming meeting is on and the Russia had not received any information. To the contrary. I'm Zaria shaklee. Former CIA director John Brennan is working on a memoir. According to his publisher Brennan will cover his more than thirty years in government under Republican and democratic presidents, including his time as C I A director from two thousand thirteen to two thousand seventeen Brennan has become a prominent critic of President Trump who revoked Brennan security clearance earlier this week Brennan tweeted that Trump reminded him of how many corrupt authoritarian leaders abroad behaved before they were deposed. The book is currently untitled and scheduled to come out in two thousand twenty Senate Trump in Saudi Arabia. I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute defying President Trump. The Senate sends a strong signal. They want to punish Saudi Arabia for its role in the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi by a bipartisan sixty three thirty seven count. The Senate voted to move forward with legislation calling for an end a US involvement in the Saudi led war in Yemen. Members of both parties also. Want to hear from CIA director Gina hospital as to what her agency is found in connection with the killing Tennessee Republican. Bob corker says the Saudi Crown prince was involved. I don't think there's anybody in the room that doesn't believe he was responsible for it. And just as secretary Pompeii. Oh, f if somebody State Department kill somebody. He's responsible for that United Nations food and Agriculture Organization says climate change depleted a land and other.

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"may council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on AP News

"A flying drone car could be the future of urban mobility. The pop up next prototype. Drone is being developed by aviation giant Airbus automaker. Audie and the ital- design design house. It's made up of three separate modules a chassis with wheels a two seat capsule for passengers and a four rotor drawn a one quarter size scale model made its maiden public flight at the Amsterdam drone week convention. I the drone flew across the hall and landed on a black parking spot, then a small car drove underneath the drone. And at the passenger capsule was lifted up to latch onto the underside of the drone wants the two were docked the drone lifted off again and flew back to its starting point where the capsule was lowered onto another set of wheels to continue its journey. The models. Test flight went off without a hitch. But don't plan on Hayling such an airborne ride anytime soon Heuberger hopes to start demonstration flights in. In twenty twenty and have them in service in twenty twenty three. The economy is showing more healthy growth AP, Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Says it is predicted to slow down. However, the government says the economy expanded at a brisk three and a half percent annual rate in the last quarter due in part to strong consumer spending. It comes after four point two percent growth in the quarter before that growth is on pace to top three percent this year for the first time since two thousand five but economists are predicting slower growth in the fourth quarter and into next year higher interest rates are making borrowing money more expensive at the Trump administration's trade battles may cause companies to delay investments. Saga megani at the White House. Russia says it still expects a meeting between President Putin and President Trump to go ahead as planned AP's. Various shackling reports. The news comes despite Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships and Trump's threat to cancel border guards captured. The three vessels and their crews and officials say they'll try to seem for violating the Russian border Trump in an interview with the Washington Post suggested he may council the sit down with Putin Argentina following the seizure. I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression atoll Trump said, but Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters that the forthcoming meeting is on and the Russia had not received any information. To the contrary. I'm Zaria shaklee. Senate Trump in Saudi Arabia. I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute defying President Trump. The Senate sends a strong signal bay want to punish Saudi Arabia for its role in the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi by bipartisan sixty three thirty seven count. The Senate voted to move forward with legislation calling for the US involvement in the Saudi led war in Yemen. Members of both parties also want to hear from CIA director Gina has blessed to what her agency is found in connection with the killing Tennessee Republican. Bob corker says the Saudi Crown prince was involved. I don't think there's anybody in the room that doesn't believe he.

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"may council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on AP News

"Pricing coverage match limited by state law. Russia says it still expects a meeting between President Putin and President Trump to go ahead is planned AP's various shaklee report. The news comes despite Russia's seizure of three cranium naval ships and Trump's threat to cancel border guards captured the three vessels and their crews and officials say they'll try to seem in for violating the Russian border Trump in an interview with the Washington Post suggested he may council the sit down with Putin in Argentina following the seizure. I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression atoll Trump said, but Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Pascoe told reporters that the forthcoming meeting is on and the Russia had not received any information. To the contrary. I'm Sarah shaklee. Ohio. Lawmakers are considering a pasture Protection Act on gay marriages AP correspondent, Walter Ratliff reports a Bill being considered in the Ohio legislature would specify the ministers don't have to perform marriages that contradict their sincerely held religious beliefs under the Ohio pastor Protection Act, ministers and religious societies wouldn't be subject to civil or criminal liability for denying their services or use of their property for such marriages supporters say pastors shouldn't be forced to contradict their religious beliefs. Gay rights advocates and other opponents of the Bill say it's redundant to constitutional protections and could enable discrimination against same sex couples. I'm Walter Ratliff, a flying drone car could be the future of urban mobility. The pop up next prototype. Drone is being developed by aviation giant Airbus automaker. Audie and the ital- design design house it's made up of three separate modules a chassis with wheels a two seat capsule for pass. And a four rotor drawn a one quarter size scale model made its maiden public flight at the Amsterdam drone week convention. I the drone flew across the hall and landed on a black parking spot, then a small car drove underneath the drone. And at the passenger capsule was lifted up to latch onto the underside of the drone wants the two were docked the drone lifted off again and flew back to its starting point where the capsule was lowered onto another set of wheels to continue its journey. The models. Test flight went off without a hitch. But don't plan on Hayling such an airborne ride anytime soon. Uber hopes to start demonstration flights in twenty twenty and have them in service in twenty twenty three Senate Trump and Saudi Arabia. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute defying President Trump. The Senate sends a strong signal they want to punish Saudi Arabia for its role in the murder of journalist mall. Kashogi by a bipartisan sixty three thirty seven count. The Senate voted to move forward with legislation calling for an end. The US involvement in the Saudi led war in Yemen. Members of both parties also want to hear from CIA director Gina hospital as to what her agency is found in connection with the killing Tennessee Republican. Bob corker says the Saudi Crown prince was involved. I don't think there's anybody in the room that doesn't.

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"may council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on AP News

"Price and coverage match limited by state law. A flying drone car could be the future of urban mobility. The pop up next prototype. Drone is being developed by aviation giant Airbus automaker. Audie and the ital- design design house. It's made up of three separate modules a chassis with wheels a two seat capsule for passengers and a four rotor drone a one quarter size scale model made its maiden public flight at the Amsterdam drone week convention. I the drone flew across the hall and landed on a black parking spot, then a small car drove underneath the drone. And at the passenger capsule was lifted up to latch onto the underside of the drone wants the two were docked the drone lifted off again and flew back to its starting point where the capsule was lowered onto another set of wheels to continue its journey. The models. Test flight went off without a hitch. But don't plan on Hayling such an airborne ride anytime soon Hoover hopes to start demonstration flights. In twenty twenty and have them in service in two thousand twenty three Russia says it still expects a meeting between President Putin and President Trump to go ahead as planned AP's shackling report. The news comes despite Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships and Trump's threat to cancel Russian border guards captured the three vessels and their crews and officials say they'll try to semen for violating the Russian border Trump in an interview with the Washington Post suggested he may council the sit down with Putin in Argentina following the seizure. I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression atoll Trump said, but Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Pesca told reporters that the forthcoming meeting is on and the Russia had not received any information. To the contrary. I'm Zaria shaklee. Former CIA director John Brennan is working on a memoir. According to his publisher Brennan will cover his more than thirty years in government under Republican and democratic presidents, including his time as CIA director from two thousand thirteen to two thousand seventeen Brennan has become a prominent critic of President Trump who revoked Brennan security clearance earlier this week Brennan tweeted that Trump reminded him of how many corrupt authoritarian leaders abroad behaved before they were deposed. The book is currently untitled and scheduled to come out in twenty twenty. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire. The Senate defies President Trump voting sixty three to thirty seven to move along legislation that calls for additional.

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"may council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Good afternoon. I'm Eric like topping Austin's news APD hopes more cops on the road means fewer crashes and deaths. Awesome. Police assistant chief Justin Newsome says they're focusing on reducing all traffic fatalities, including those involving pedestrians there via twenty eight people who've lost their lives on Austin roadways. This year were pedestrians of those twenty eight twenty one of those pedestrians were walking in locations that they were not allowed to by law. Newsom aspe- district is not to cross highways are busy roadways, but take the time to go to a safe crosswalk or overpass. Austin city council being sued by the operators of the Mets center and may council approved negotiations for thirty one million dollar lease on the building. For new municipal court last month also prove negotiations with a different company for a site. Just down the road that center says council decision constant half a million dollars in early work. And designed another Travis county tax office opens up Monday the Oak Hill location on. Highway seventy one which had been closed since a large large-scale fraud investigation. Led to several arrests. This summer is one of several satellite offices that were shuttered KLBJ radar weather watches, cloudy skies, fifty six in round rock now. Get Austin news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ docks. KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM presents the Jeff Ward and Ed Clements show. I walk to our little show that day. We do it every year. It's all recipes all the time for the next three and a half hours. You ask and Clements answers. Thanks so much recipes. Thank you from Turkey to practically to rabbi. Yeah. Broccoli. Mr. Brussels sprouts. Pecan pie. The best Bloody Mary and why why caring better yet? Just go to a restaurant and move on. Somebody's done this. They didn't do very good job. But by next Monday will be able to have six eight ten stories about bad.

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"may council" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cloudy at the coast this morning with patchy fog and drizzle, otherwise sunny morning becoming partly cloudy and breezy later today. We'll have highs from the mid sixty s to the upper seventies along with westerly winds. Increasing from fifteen to twenty miles per hour to between twenty and thirty miles per hour. San Francisco will top out at sixty four degrees later today. Oakland and Fremont, both expecting sixty eight Redwood City in Mountain View should both have I've seventy-one concord in San Jose expecting seventy three degrees Sacramento today. We'll have a high of seventy eight. The time is now six forty six. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Julius thomas. Life has pretty much been all about football the seven year NFL veteran and former pro bowler who played for the Denver Broncos. And other teams says the journey to becoming an athlete takes up every bit of your energy your so determined to get to the next step become consumed by then as you start to realize that impermanent, we're not forever, and you start to think. Okay. What is it that? I want to do. Well in a recent essays for the players Tribune Thomas announced what he wants to do. He's going to retire and pursue a PHD in psychology. He wants to study brain trauma and C T E the degenerative brain disease caused by multiple head injuries. Thomas told me via Skype that players have to live in a state of denial. You always knew this may be the play where your knees never the same. This may be the play where your spines never the same. Again, you're not particularly concerned about the long term effects of your brain. Because you're focused on chess getting out of today healthy. So you can't spend the time and energy on thinking about what your survival in which our lifestyle is going to be like when you're fifty sixty years old. In a way, you're going to be studying and probing what's wrong, and what's dangerous about a sport. That so many of your mentors and coaches and fellow teammates are all still experiencing and profiting from. How do you navigate that? No, I think that football. Yes. It is a risky endeavour. I wouldn't tell people not to do it. But the key. I think for that is understanding what those risks are. And then once you know, what your risks are then you're able to own it. Also, the more. We study the more will be able to help prevent different things. I have to understand what it is. We're at risk for and then we can start developing ways of helping people to mitigate that risk as participating football. But you were playing basketball in college. Right. I mean, it's a less dangerous sport. Like, why is football worth the risk? The things specific about football. I think there's a courage factor. This just a little bit different than any other sports. When I hear you say courage factor. The first thing I think about is whether the risk of injury the risk of I mean, those hard hits and what it does to your body. The courage to face that is in some ways. Exactly, what makes football more rewarding. Is that what you're saying? I think that that's why it has such a huge fan base. When you see somebody running downfield to catch their football. You're able to relate to the fear that must be incited it 'cause you're gonna wind up. I don't know how that guy went out. There took that he got back. I don't know how that guy limped off the field any link back. All this able to relate to people on a human level of struggle. I think the football kind of puts that on display in a unique way. I mean, you love the sport. Would you be ready to come out and say based on the science based on what I've learned based on my research? This sport should not go on. I can give you all those Mason that I can't to help you make the decision. I think is best. But I don't believe in controlling the actions of others. So I think that I may be less excited. I may council people differently. But ultimately, I'd be very surprised if I ended up taking a stance on saying that abortion be played Julius Thomas. Best of luck in the next stage of your journey and going.

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"may council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Two degrees. Some light rain falling in New York City, do expect some scattered showers and thunderstorms today with a high near seventy eight degrees, again, the chance of rain later on this evening and tomorrow, we should have clearing though by the weekend. Seventy two degrees in New York. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Julius thomas. Life has pretty much been all about football the seven year NFL veteran and former pro bowler who played for the Denver Broncos. And other teams says the journey to becoming an athlete takes up every bit of your energy your so determined to get to the next step become consumed by then as you start to realize that in permanence that you're not going to do this forever. And you start to think. Okay. We'll what is it that I wanna do. Well in a recent essay for the players Tribune Thomas announced what he wants to do. He's going to retire and pursue a PHD in psychology. He wants to study brain trauma and C T E the degenerative brain disease caused by multiple head injuries. Thomas told me via Skype that players have to live in a state of denial. You always knew this may be the play where your knees never the same. Again. This may be the play where you're. Spines never the same. Again. You're not particularly concerned about the long term effects of your brain. Because you're focused on chess getting out of today healthy. So you can't spend the time and energy on thinking about what your survival in which your lifestyle is going to be like when you're fifty sixty years old. In a way, you're going to be studying and probing what's wrong, and what's dangerous about a sport. That so many of your mentors and coaches and fellow teammates are all still experiencing an and profiting from how do you navigate that? You know, I think that football. Yes. It is a risky endeavor. I wouldn't tell people not to do it. But the key. I think for that is understanding what those risks are. And then once you know, what your risks are then you're able to own it. Also, the more. We study it. The more will be able to help prevent different things. I have to understand you know, what it is. We're at risk for and then we can start developing ways of helping people to mitigate that risk as they participate in football. But you were playing basketball in college. Right. I mean, it's a less dangerous sport. Like, why is football worth the risk the things specific about football. I think that there's a courage factor. This just a little bit different than any other sports. When I hear you say courage factor. The first thing I think about is whether the risk of injury the risk of I mean, those hard hits and what it does to your body. The courage to face that is in some ways. Exactly, what makes football more rewarding. Is that what you're saying? I think that that's why it has such a huge fan base. When you see somebody running downfield to catch that football. You're able to relate to the fear that must be inside of it. 'cause you're. Oh, wow. I don't know how that guy went out. There took that hit got back. The. Guy limped off the field, and he limped back. This. Relate to people on a human level of struggle. I think the football kind of put that on display in a unique way. I didn't you love the sport. Would you be ready to come out and say based on the science based on what I've learned based on my research? This sports should not go on. I can give you all these Mason. That I can to help you make the decision. I think is best. But I don't believe in controlling the actions of others. So I think that I may be less excited. I may council people differently. But ultimately, I'd be very surprised if I ended up taking a stance on saying that abortion be played Julius Thomas. Best of luck in the next stage of your journey and going back to school. We really appreciate it. Thank you for having me..

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"may council" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Julius. Thomas is life has pretty much been all about football the seven year NFL veteran and former pro bowler who played for the Denver Broncos. And other teams says the journey to becoming an athlete takes up every bit of your energy your so determined to get to the next step become consumed by then as you start to realize that in permanence that you're not going to do this forever. And you start to think. Okay. We'll what is it that I want to do. Well in a recent essay for the players Tribune Thomas announced what he wants to do. He's going to retire and pursue a PHD in psychology. He wants to study brain trauma and CT the degenerative brain disease caused by multiple head injuries. Thomas told me the escape that players have to live in a state of denial. You always knew this may be the play where your knees never the same. This may be the play where your spines never the same again. You're not particularly concerned about the long term effects of your brain. Because you're focused on chess getting out of today healthy. So you can't spend the time and energy on thinking about what your survival in which your lifestyle is going to be like when you're fifty sixty years old. In a way, you're going to be studying and probing what's wrong, and what's dangerous about a sport. That so many of your mentors and coaches and fellow teammates are all still experiencing and profiting from. How do you navigate that? No, I think football. Yes. It is a risky endeavor. I wouldn't tell people not to do it. But the key. I think for that is understanding what those risks are. And then once you know, what your risks are then you're able to own it. Also, the more. We study it. The more will be able to help prevent different things that we I have to understand what it is. We're at risk for and then we can start developing ways of helping people to mitigate that risk as they participate in football. But you were playing basketball in college. Right. I mean, it's a less dangerous sport. Like, why is football worth the risk? The things specific about football. I think there's a courage factor. This just a little bit different than any other sports. When I hear you say courage factor. The first thing I think about is whether the risk of injury the risk of those hard hits. And what it does your body? The courage to face that is in some ways. Exactly, what makes football more rewarding. Is that what you're saying? I think that that's why it has such a huge fan base. When you see somebody running downfield to catch that football. You're able to relate to the fear that must be inside of it. 'cause you're gonna while. I don't know how that guy went out. There took that he got back. I don't know how that guy limped off the field any limped back. This to relate to people on a human level of struggle. I think the football kinda put that on display in a unique way. You love the sport. Would you be ready to come out and say based on the science based on what I've learned based on my research? This sport should not go on. I can give you all these initial that. I can to help you make the decision I think is best, but I don't believe in controlling the actions of others. So I think that a may be less excited. I may council people differently. But ultimately, I'd be very surprised if I ended up taking a stance on saying that the production be played Julius Thomas. Best of luck in the next stage of your journey and going back to school. We really appreciate it. Thank you for having me. This is NPR news. As fascism spread globally in the nineteen thirties. The US responded with a series of radio programs informing the public about American democracy coming up on morning edition historian, talks about parallels between those times and the present. Public radio time. It's four fifty or ten before five o'clock. It's traffic.

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"may council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on KOMO

"The way agency is run but none will say they want ice eliminated charlie harger komo news sites president mike pence weighing and he's calling out democrats who want to abolish ice though the truth is the call so polish ice are not just outrageous vouching is would mean more illegal immigration welshing ice would mean more violent crime visiting ice headquarters in washington dc friday pence argued that communities are becoming safer because isis cracking down on violent things like ms thirteen you're on the front lines of enforcing america's laws during the vitality of this nation and the security of the vice presidents at immigration enforcement is vital to us national security meanwhile we're told at least one families possibly on the way to being reunited friday night a mother was released from the northwest attention center in tacoma the northwest immigrant rights project says she's now waiting for the return of her sixyearold son she was brought to our state after being separated from her child that the us mexico border shots fired an edmonds early saturday morning near would way highschool appears to be random it happened a little after midnight at two hundred and twelve and seventy six avenue west when officers got there they found a young man who had been shot medics took him to harborview but his injuries are not believed to be lifethreatening officers say three people drove off in a white honda after that shooting they say it doesn't look like the person who was shot near the shooter komo's lee stole the city of seattle says no to a two hundred fifty thousand dollar claim by the jewish cemetery board come monica peter's reports the board believes the city should pay for damages to the property caused by the homeless population in the area seattle says it won't pay and this is how it responded to the jewish cemetery boards claim for damages under the public duty doctrine the city is generally not liable for the criminal acts of third parties that you identify based on the city's understanding of the facts none of the exceptions to the public duty doctrine apply here but after years of cleaning up trash needles and vandalism the jewish cemetery board says the city should do more to put a stop to it they're also coming in here at night to hang out they throw their garbage over the fence they throw their waste over the fence they're running drugs out of there they're doing drug deals here there's prostitution going on here hoffman also says he requested that the parking hours near the cemetery be changed back in may council member deborah war as agreed to the request in a letter but the signs are still the same we asked her to change this whole block here to to our parking now that their claim has been denied by the city hoffmann says they may file a class action lawsuit we know that there's other cemeteries i've been contacted by them this other organizations there's the businesses there's other personal residences that have all been affected by this and can prove it listen he's letter also said that they're working to address the homeless crisis but clearly this is an issue that won't be solved overnight in north seattle lamonica peter's komo news hey what's a few billion we'll plenty if you wanna make the list of who's who the third richest person alive now belongs to the ceo facebook the bloomberg billionaires index lists mark zuckerberg at number three with the worth of nearly eighty two billion dollars legendary investor warren buffett used to hold that spot he dropped a fourth amazon's jeff bezos sits at number one with over one hundred forty billion and microsoft founder bill gates at number two with over ninety four billion dollars as far as the top ten the us grabs seven of those spots john jeffries reporting twenty four seven news the news.

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"may council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on KOMO

"The way the agency is run but none will say they want is eliminated charlie harger komo news sites president mike pence wing and he's calling out democrats who want to abolish ice the truth is call so polish ice are not just outrageous sponsor vouching ice would mean more illegal immigration vouching ice would mean more violent crime visiting ice headquarters in washington dc friday pence argued that communities are becoming safer because isis cracking down on violent things like ms thirteen you're on the front lines of enforcing america's laws suri the vitality of this nation and the security are the vice president said immigration enforcement is vital to us national security meanwhile we're told at least one families possibly on the way to being reunited friday night a mother was released from the northwest detention center in tacoma the northwest immigrant rights project says she's now waiting for the return of her six year old son she was brought to our state after being separated from her child at the us mexico border shots fired and edmonds early saturday morning near woodward high school appears to be random it happened a little after midnight at two hundred and twelve and seventy six happening west when officers got there if a young man who had been shot medics took him to harborview but his injuries are not believed to be lifethreatening officers say three people drove off in a white honda after that shooting and say it doesn't look like the person who was shot near the shooter komo's lee stole the city of seattle says no to a two hundred fifty thousand dollar claim by the jewish cemetery board komo's lamonica peter's reports the board believes the city should pay for damages to the property caused by the homeless population in the area of seattle says it won't pay and this is how it responded to the jewish cemetery boards claim for damages under the public duty doctrine this city is generally not liable for the criminal acts of third parties that you identify based on the city's understanding of the facts none of the exceptions to the public duty doctrine apply here but after years of cleaning up trash needles in vandalism the jewish cemetery board says the city should do more to put a stop to it they're also coming in here at night to hang out they throw their garbage over the fence they throw their waste over the fans they're running drugs out of there they're doing drug deals here there's prostitution going on here hoffman also says he requested that the parking hours near the cemetery be changed back in may council member deborah warez agreed to the request in a letter but the signs are still the same we heard to change this whole block here to to our parking now that their claim has been denied by the city hoffmann says they may file a class action lawsuit we know that there's other cemeteries i've been contacted by them this other organizations as other businesses there's other personal residences that have all been affected by this and can prove it the city's letter also said that they're working to address the homeless crisis but clearly this is an issue that won't be solved overnight in north seattle lamonica peter's komo news hey what's a few billion plenty if you wanna make the list of who's who the third richest person alive now belongs to the ceo facebook the bloomberg billionaires index lists mark zuckerberg at number three with the worth of nearly eighty two billion dollars legendary investor warren buffett used to hold that spot he dropped a fourth amazon's jeff bezos sits at number one with over one hundred forty billion and microsoft founder bill gates at number two with over ninety four billion dollars as far as the top ten the us grabs seven of those spots on jeffrey's reporting twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news i'm paul jackson.

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"may council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"may council" Discussed on KOMO

"The way the agency is run but none will say they want ice eliminated charlie harger komo news sites president mike pence wing and he's calling out democrats who want to abolish ice now the truth is the calls to abolish ice are not just outrageous vouching ice would mean more illegal immigration while shing ice would mean more violent crime visiting ice headquarters in washington dc friday pence argued that communities are becoming safer because isis cracking down on violent gangs like ms thirteen you're on the front lines of enforcing america's laws shirring the vitality of this nation and the security are the vice president said immigration enforcement is vital to us national security meanwhile we're told at least one families possibly on the way to being reunited friday night a mother was released from the northwest detention center in tacoma the northwest immigrant rights project says she's now waiting for the return of her six year old son she was brought to our state after being separated from her child at the us mexico border shots fired an edmonds early saturday morning near would way high school appears to be random it happened a little after midnight at two hundred twelve and seventy six happening west when officers got there found a young man who had been shot medics took him to harborview but his injuries are not believed to be lifethreatening officers say three people drove off in a white honda after that shooting they say it doesn't look like the person who was shot near the shooter komo's lee stole the city of seattle says no to a two hundred fifty thousand dollar claim by the jewish cemetery board komo's lamonica peter's reports the board believes the city should pay for damages to the property caused by the homeless population in the area of seattle says it won't pay and this is how it responded to the jewish cemetery boards claim for damages under the public duty doctrine this city is generally not liable for the criminal acts of third parties that you identify based on the city's understanding of the facts none of the exceptions to the public duty doctrine apply here but after years of cleaning up trash needles and vandalism the jewish cemetery board says the city should do more to put a stop to it they're also coming in here at night to hang out they throw their garbage over the fence they throw their waste over the fence they're running drugs out of there they're doing drug deals here there's prostitution going on here hoffman also says he requested that the parking hours near the cemetery be changed back in may council member deborah warez agreed to the request in a letter but the signs are still the same we asked her to change this whole block here to to our parking now that their claim has been denied by the city hoffmann says they may file a class action lawsuit we know that there's other cemeteries i've been contacted by them this other organizations there's other businesses there's other personal residences that have all been affected by this and can prove the city's letter also said that they're working to address the homeless crisis but clearly this is an issue that won't be solved overnight in north seattle lamonica peter's komo news hey what's a few billion will plenty if you wanna make the list of who's who the third richest person alive now belongs to the ceo of facebook the bloomberg billionaires index lists mark zuckerberg at number three with the worth of nearly eighty two billion dollars legendary investor warren buffett used to hold that spot he dropped a fourth amazon's jeff bezos sits at number one with over one hundred forty billion and microsoft founder bill gates at number two with over ninety four billion dollars as far as the top ten the us grabs seven of those spots that's john jeffreys reporting twenty four seven news the news you want.

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