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"mexico italy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"On The number of Americans getting covid vaccines is dropping, and that's bound to be a disappointment for the White House data shows. The U. S. Is now highly unlikely to meet President Biden's goal of getting 70% of Americans at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, with officials now saying more than 15 million folks will need to get a shot over the next four weeks to make that dream a reality. And a whole new group of Americans could soon be eligible for the shots. Pfizer is now giving us an in depth look at their new testing practices as they administer the vaccine. Two kids ages 5 to 11, with even younger test subjects to come. The CDC recently reported that Covid cases involving teens are on the rise nationally. But Dr Anita Curie, in with MetroHealth in San Antonio, says they're not seeing the same trend locally, Obviously seeing a trend similar to national national trend, um I would say no, she says just over 23,000. Teens between the ages of 12 to 15 have received the shot in Burke County. She says the 20 to 29 year olds continue to see the highest positivity rate in the county. The CDC is making it easier for people vaccinated against covid to travel again. A total of 62 destinations are no longer deemed very high risk for covid that includes Japan, Canada, Mexico, Italy, France, Spain and Germany, all listed at level three. Those who have not gotten a shot are still urged not to visit. The CDC also advises against all travel to level four countries such as Brazil, India and Iraq. Royal Caribbean Cruises are no longer requiring you to show proof of getting a covid shot. Originally, the cruise line did plan on making it mandatory that both crew members and guests be fully vaccinated before boarding their ships. However, with both Florida and Texas passing similar laws banning businesses from requiring vaccine passports, Royal Caribbean is now strongly recommending their guests get the shot. They plan on returning to the U. S this month to set sail. Meanwhile, Carnival Cruise Line says it's still reviewing legislation recently passed in Texas as it plans to set sail out of Galveston starting July. 3rd. President Biden is flying to England this morning to start an eight day international trip. He'll meet British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tomorrow before the G seven summit begins Friday. He'll later take part in the NATO summit and sit down with his Russian counterpart before wrapping up his first foreign trip as president. Before heading back to the United States. Vice President Kamala Harris relate her takeaways from Guatemala and Mexico. The vice president said her visits to the two nations underscored an overarching theme that has cost to surge in migration. The problem at the border In large part is not entirely stems from the problems in these countries. She says. The agreement struck over two days will help economically ushering in an interdependent era. What happens abroad? Matters to the people of the United States. Vice President Harris did commit to visiting the southern border, but said this trip to understand root causes had to happen. First. A new report outlines massive security failures during the January 6th attack on the capital. The bipartisan report from two Senate committees notes a total failure of leadership by commanders of the Capitol police. Along with the lack of proper preparation. Federal intelligence officials are also criticized for failing to adequately warned Capitol police about a potential for violence. On January six, An angry mob of Trump supporters stormed the capital after easily breaching police security lines following a massive rally held by the former president near the White House. The Capitol police chief and the sergeants at Arms of the House and Senate were forced to resign after the attack. The assistant chief of the Capitol police resigned from his post on Monday. At least 800, members of an organized crime around the world have been arrested after getting snagged by what they thought was a secure messaging APP. Turns out it was really a product of the FBI, the FBI helping to snack hundreds of criminal gang members around the globe after the criminals were tricked into using a phone encryption APP run by The feds, which was used to track the suspects as they plotted their crimes. Law enforcement officers in Australia and New Zealand unveiled their operation known as Trojan Shield this week and according to published reports, Australian Federal police say the APP helped to make arrests and over a dozen countries and divert 21 murder plots, including one That would have targeted a family of five about 32 tons of drugs were also seized in the operation. Texas authorities are searching for an 18 year old woman and her baby who were reportedly kidnapped. The Corpus Christi Police Department says Jezebel Zamora was kidnapped yesterday afternoon with her one year old baby. An amber alert was issued after a witness reported seeing Zamora's ex boyfriend, identified as 24 year old Christian Garcia forced her and the baby to leave with him against their will. Police believe the woman and child are in danger. Garcia has active warrants for murder and aggravated robbery. The three were last seen in a white Cadillac Escalade with Texas plates. Egg is placing purchasing limits on chicken wings. As of this week, customers are limited to two packages of fresh and frozen wings per visit. A spokesman for the San Antonio based grocery giants as the limit isn't affected at all. Stores increased demand for wings over the past year, together with labor shortages brought about a.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:21 min | 8 months ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Boulevard and the Golden Glades. Your next update in 10 minutes on news radio 6 10 w i, o D and we're taking a look right now at Doppler radar. It's going to be another hot afternoon for us here. In the Tri county right now, Not too bad. We've got nearly 83 degrees in Fort Lauderdale and pushing 83 right now in portions of Kendall at a 31. Miami Dade elected officials, community leaders and police are ready to tackle this uptick in gun violence that we've seen lately. Commission chair Jose Padilla says the peace and prosperity plan, which has unanimously cleared the commission addresses the problem in every angle possible from the criminal side directly and engagement with our police department. The mentoring to helping create jobs for our our Children, which is our future of our community. The enforcement angle operation Summer Heat has already led to 150 arrests since Friday. Nearly 200 license plate readers are being deployed in starting this weekend. Joint police and code enforcement. Special units will be sent out to party hotspots at 8 32. The graduates of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are an inspiration those words from President Biden in a virtual address. The graduating senior class last night at the BB and T Center. I hadn't said with the deadly mass shooting as freshmen and the pandemic in their junior and senior years, these graduates show to strengthen resilience that makes him proud. 32. It's becoming safer for people vaccinate against coronavirus to travel again. The CDC no longer consider 62 destinations to have high risk of covid that includes Japan, Canada, Mexico, Italy, France. Spain and Germany that have all been lowered to level three. White House Covid advisor says This is his last day on the job. Andy Slavitt always considered it a temporary role, he told reporters at 13 States have now met the president's fourth of July goal early to have 70% of adults partially vaccinated, and one H group is standing out amongst the rest. A new study by the CDC in Atlanta shows older Americans for the most part of hit a home run by getting their shots, Researchers found the largest decline in cases, hospitalizations and deaths came among those 65 older digging deeper into the numbers. There was a 59% drop versus 55% for those in the 18 to 49 age Group. As of this week, the CDC says more than 86% of older Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine. That's far above the goal that President Biden is set for the July 4th holiday when he wants to see at least 70% get one shocked. That is Rod Stabler's reporting. At a 34 Rescuers in Mexico are trying to reach passengers trapped in the aftermath of a deadly bus crash about 50 workers from a Honda car factory were on board when the bus flipped over and landed on its side. Near San Diego border. Tijuana. Police say At least seven people are dead and dozens more injured. At 8 34 this afternoon officially starts summer for thousands of Children in South Florida, which means, of course, whether permitting pool parties Beware of the pandemic pool effect. Safety experts say many kids did not swim or take lessons last summer said they may need refresher classes before they hit the pool. Nikki Fleming with the U. S consumer product Safety Commission says Florida.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Yeah, I know in the newsroom today, way to jinx and Marty, let's see if they can get it done on the road all in other news President Biden heads to the UK today for his first overseas trip as president. The White House says President Biden's first trip overseas will be fun. Just on showing that democracy works, especially in the face of challenges posed by Russia and China. The president arrives in the United Kingdom today for the G seven Summit of World leaders will also visit Brussels, Belgium for a NATO summit. The trip ends with the high stakes meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland, next Wednesday. The G seven summit will be the first major in person gathering of world leaders since the start of the Covid 19 pandemic. Karen Travers, ABC News Cornwall, England. Meantime, the president's urging senators to continue efforts to Bipartisan plan to fix the nation's infrastructure after his talks with Republicans have broken down. Biden ended his negotiations with the GOP after their latest offer fell short of his expectations. White House officials say the president spoke with a group of moderate senators and push them to develop a bipartisan infrastructure plan initially sought over $2 trillion in spending. But through the negotiations, the president now says he would accept something closer to one trillion. The Douglas County sheriff's office is searching for a 40 year old woman who is missing and considered endangered. That woman only identified as Ashley. She was last spotted around Broadway in Highlands Ranch Parkway Yesterday afternoon, the woman was wearing maroon leggings, a great Is it putty and white tennis shoes actually does have developmental disabilities. She could also be wearing a white snow Beanie if you spot her called the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. Chat Hoffman K. AWAY NEWS Radio SAN Jose, California Mom has been arrested at a Denver hotel for the murder of her son. The body of seven year old Liam Houston was found last month outside Las Vegas. We have detectives that are On the ground right now conducting interviews with her and again, that's ongoing, so some of that information could come out as a result of those lieutenant race. Spencer the Las Vegas Police Department, Samantha Moreno Rodriguez was with someone in Denver at the time of her arrest, but police say that person is not a suspect in the boy's death. Americans are apparently split nearly down the middle on whether employers should require covid vaccinations before workers can come back to the workplace. According to the latest Axios episodes Coronavirus Index poll 52% of Americans say they support requiring proof of vaccination to return to work. While 48% were opposed to the country's largest companies. Mandatory vaccinations would protect service workers and lower the anxiety for returning office employees that includes those who have been vaccinated but may be reluctant to return without knowing whether they're called Leaks have customers are not obligated to share their vaccination status with the business who asks for it. But similarly, businesses are within their rights to refuse service to customers who won't abide by their protocols. I'm Mike Bauer, the CDC, making it easier for people vaccinated against coronavirus to travel again. A total of 62 destinations are no longer deemed very high risk for covid. That includes Japan, Canada, Mexico, Italy, France, Spain and Germany are now listed at level three. Those who haven't gotten a shot or still urged not to visit. The CBC also advises against all travel to level four countries such as well North Korea, Brazil, India, Haiti and Iraq. Long time host of the Bachelor franchise has exited the show over controversial comments dealing with race. Chris Harrison is stepping aside as host of the Bachelor franchise as the short statement from ABC and the Bachelor franchise producer Warner Horizon. They thank him and wish him well. In his own statement on Instagram, Harrison says it was an incredible run, and he's excited to start a new chapter. Harrison hosted the various dating shows since their debut in 2000 and two but earlier this year got in some trouble when he appeared to defend the past racist actions of a contestant. That's Jason Nathan, Son reporting and B. 52 fans now have the opportunity to buy their very own love shack. Kate Pierson of the B. 50 two's has listed her personal motel near Woodstock for 2.2 million bucks. Her website promises. It's just like stepping into the Love Shack music video. According to Airbnb, the rental offers 4800 square feet of living space, 13 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms. Photos show The house is filled with checkerboard vinyl flooring, three d polka dots on the spiral staircase and lots of bright colors. No truth to the rumor. They serve rock lobster there either. Oh, but in that good Hey, welcome. Am Yes, It's 57 here on Colorado's Morning news. You're up to date. We're going to check it again with BK on that tough, tough loss. For the Colorado Avalanche, but some great news for the Nuggets. We have the M V P and we'll check money. News of pad as well. Good morning, Dave Hunter. You're checking the drive Force what you've seen so far. Oh, I'm seeing clean and green highways. Majors in great shape. There's no big accident stalls issues whatsoever. I 25 quarter through the Denver metro area clean and green. Looking good. We also checked your drive as far as the Eisenhower Tunnel, No issues there. And as far as I 25 we expanded that search your clear all the way to Colorado Springs. If your travels today take it to Wyoming and the Cheyenne area. No issues. Also 70 eastbound all the way out to the Kansas border looks terrific from the bet. Fred Sports Traffic Car. There is one serious accident. As a result of his closed the intersection of Yale. Yale is closed that Warren Avenue until.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 8 months ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"White House data shows. The U. S. Is now highly unlikely to meet President Biden's goal of getting 70% of Americans at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, with officials now saying more than 15 million folks will need to get a shot over the next four weeks to make that dream a reality. And a whole new group of Americans could soon be eligible for the shots. Pfizer is now giving us an in depth look at their new testing practices as they administer the vaccine. Two kids ages 5 to 11, with even younger test subjects to come. The CDC recently reported that Covid cases involving teens are on the rise nationally. But Dr Anita Curie, in with MetroHealth in San Antonio says they're not seeing the same trend here. Are we seeing a trend? Similar international national trend? Um, I would say no. She says. Just over 23,000. Teens between the ages of 12 to 15 have received the shot in Burke County, she says the 20 to 29 year olds continue to see the highest positivity rate in the county. The CDC is making it easier for people vaccinated against covid to travel again. A total of 62 destinations are no longer deemed very high risk for Covid that includes Japan, Canada, Mexico, Italy, France, Spain and Germany. All listed at level three. Those who have not gotten a shot are still urged not to visit. The CDC also advises against all travel to level four countries such as Brazil, India and Iraq. Royal Caribbean Cruises are no longer requiring you to show proof of getting a covid vaccination. Originally, the cruise line had planned on making it mandatory that both crew members and guests be fully vaccinated before boarding their ships. However, with both Florida and Texas passing similar laws banning businesses from requiring vaccine passports, Royal Caribbean is now strongly recommending their guests get the immunization. They plan on returning to the U. S this month to set sail. President Biden is flying to England this morning to start an eight day international trip. He'll meet with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tomorrow before the G seven summit begins Friday, will later take part in the NATO summit and sit down with his Russian counterpart before wrapping up his first foreign trip as president, Vice President Kamala Harris has confirmed she plans to eventually go to the southern border. It has not yet given an exact date for when she'll go. This comes as the vice president returns to the nation's capital. Following meetings with the presidents of Guatemala and Mexico. Florida Republican Congressman Byron Donald's argues that the administration should be more focused on what's happening at the border and stopping the recent surge of migrants. Primary concern is our border.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"As freshmen and the pandemic in their junior and senior years, these graduates showed strength and resilience, which makes him proud. Also says that because of them he's never been more optimistic about our future. At 6 32. It's becoming safer for folks vaccinated against coronavirus to travel again. The CDC no longer consider 62 destinations to have the highest risk of covid that includes Japan, Canada, Mexico, Italy, France, Spain and Germany. They've all been lower to level three at a White House Covid advisor says This is his last day on the job, Andy Slavitt always considered it a temporary role. He told reporters that 13 states have now met President Biden's fourth of July goal early to have 70%. Of adults partially or completely vaccinated. But it turns out that one age group is proving to be quite the success story when it comes to the most benefits from the vaccines. A new study by the CDC in Atlanta shows older Americans for the most part of hit a home run by getting their shots, Researchers found the largest decline in cases, hospitalizations and deaths came among those 65 older digging deeper into the numbers. There was a 59% drop versus 55% for those in the 18 to 49 age Group. As of this week, the CDC says more than 86% of older Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine. That's far above the goal that President Biden is set for the July 4th holiday when he wants to see at least 70% get one shot. That's Rob Stadler, 6 33 and rescuers in Mexico are trying to reach passengers trapped in the aftermath of a deadly bus crash about 50 workers from a Honda car factory were on board when the bus flipped over and landed on its side. This happened just miles from the San Diego border. Tijuana police say At least seven people are dead and dozens more injured. And school is officially out this afternoon for the summer, which means plenty of pool parties across town. Beware of the pandemic pool effect..

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"mexico italy" Discussed on Let's Talk About Digital Identity

Let's Talk About Digital Identity

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on Let's Talk About Digital Identity

"Hi roland oscar. Nice looking with you on and really happy to hear what is going on in germany in terms of identity in or ever seen related to that and happy to know more about very me very baheren hearing berry meal ready for the last year. San diego need to hear more details. What are the are building offering today so. Please tell us your journey how. You became the managing director very me. Yeah thanks you can. The many thanks for the invitation. Let's here and talk to you a little bit about the markets in germany. So yeah what was my journey becoming managing director of very me. Actually my journey professional. Johnny started twenty five years ago. When i started my career in consulting. Then some stations cashed out which is a department store group. And then i founded multi-platinum loyalty scheme together with start at telecom and from there. I moved to payback. Which actually is janis leading multi partner loyalty scheme. They are quite some markets worldwide than india mexico italy. Us and from all the travel. I got introduced to lose tons of course and became the ceo of lufthansa mice and more during that time. Actually i realized that the future is more. And more about seamless customer experience. Because if you look at lofton's in many cases the real loyalty benefits that you can get there. They actually translate into a real seamless customer. Experience that you get you look at all the tracks for security and immigration priority boarding presort seating in the plane actually the customers tend to reward benefits in their experience much more then any loyalty currency and so at the moment where then lufthansa invested into very me idea for me. It was very clear that this would be an exciting next step for me personally. So i decided to switch over to meet to be the ceo of me and push forward at digital identity to provide seamless customer experience for the users and i can induce that lufthansa is one of the funders organization behind very me. But let's more place for the ones who are not familiar with very still bear me does. In fact lufthansa there's actually one of the investors and we have altogether thirty very large companies in germany that invested into the very idea and a lot smaller companies are really known brand. Names such as liens deutsche. Bahn dot eubanks lufthansa dodger taylor com dime la some song fox button so all very large companies that invested into very me to establish of wallet of digital identities so that was the driving force and i think when we will talk about the market later on we will see that it was a very good moment to invest into such platform because the market urgently requires the platform and there's pretty much empty space currently in germany. And what we provide as bury me as this one click digital experience for very fight identification was in a pop. Misuse cases and at the core of it on is an identity platform. Of course that matches all the regulatory requirements for our anti money laundering or either substantial. And this comes along with the solution for strong customer syndication because the critical part of such a platform is not the identification of customer itself. Actually the critical part is the reuse. And that means the access to the digital identity

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Germanys digital identity landscape with Verimis Roland Adrian

Let's Talk About Digital Identity

04:09 min | 11 months ago

Germanys digital identity landscape with Verimis Roland Adrian

"Hi roland oscar. Nice looking with you on and really happy to hear what is going on in germany in terms of identity in or ever seen related to that and happy to know more about very me very baheren hearing berry meal ready for the last year. San diego need to hear more details. What are the are building offering today so. Please tell us your journey how. You became the managing director very me. Yeah thanks you can. The many thanks for the invitation. Let's here and talk to you a little bit about the markets in germany. So yeah what was my journey becoming managing director of very me. Actually my journey professional. Johnny started twenty five years ago. When i started my career in consulting. Then some stations cashed out which is a department store group. And then i founded multi-platinum loyalty scheme together with start at telecom and from there. I moved to payback. Which actually is janis leading multi partner loyalty scheme. They are quite some markets worldwide than india mexico italy. Us and from all the travel. I got introduced to lose tons of course and became the ceo of lufthansa mice and more during that time. Actually i realized that the future is more. And more about seamless customer experience. Because if you look at lofton's in many cases the real loyalty benefits that you can get there. They actually translate into a real seamless customer. Experience that you get you look at all the tracks for security and immigration priority boarding presort seating in the plane actually the customers tend to reward benefits in their experience much more then any loyalty currency and so at the moment where then lufthansa invested into very me idea for me. It was very clear that this would be an exciting next step for me personally. So i decided to switch over to meet to be the ceo of me and push forward at digital identity to provide seamless customer experience for the users and i can induce that lufthansa is one of the funders organization behind very me. But let's more place for the ones who are not familiar with very still bear me does. In fact lufthansa there's actually one of the investors and we have altogether thirty very large companies in germany that invested into the very idea and a lot smaller companies are really known brand. Names such as liens deutsche. Bahn dot eubanks lufthansa dodger taylor com dime la some song fox button so all very large companies that invested into very me to establish of wallet of digital identities so that was the driving force and i think when we will talk about the market later on we will see that it was a very good moment to invest into such platform because the market urgently requires the platform and there's pretty much empty space currently in germany. And what we provide as bury me as this one click digital experience for very fight identification was in a pop. Misuse cases and at the core of it on is an identity platform. Of course that matches all the regulatory requirements for our anti money laundering or either substantial. And this comes along with the solution for strong customer syndication because the critical part of such a platform is not the identification of customer itself. Actually the critical part is the reuse. And that means the access to the digital identity

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"mexico italy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Begin wrestles Internet Caribbeans taking on Wall Street Heavy's the latest Monday after four with me, John how old wls came in. Welcome back to the wreck Cattleman show Last time we talked about the nonsense going on with game Stop. Let's talk now about what's happening in the broader economy. 900,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits again last week, continuing the saga ever since Cove it began. Drilling down a little more to specific pockets of the economy. The American Nursing Association has just released a survey of nurses nationwide. I think we can all agree nurses are among the most important people in the world as a result of the pandemic these days. And they're having economic challenges. 42% of nurses say they've delayed making purchases do the lack of money 39% say they've had to spend down their savings. 32% 1 out of three are using credit cards to pay bills. A quarter of nurses have stopped paying their student loans 11% have withdrawn money from retirement accounts. Prematurely because they needed the cash. 9% of nurses have gotten second jobs. Another 9% I've borrowed from friends or family 4% of nurses air getting help from food banks and a third of the nurses in this country are thinking of quitting their jobs. This. Is a bit of a crisis and one thing I know that we all want to do when we're in such stress like this. Eat chocolate. What more better comfort food is there than chocolate? Well, here's one example where it's getting harder. Good diver has announced that they're selling or closing all 128 of their stores over the next couple of months. It's not just good diver that isn't able to pay rent because nobody's shopping retail these days. Physically, that is 33% of small businesses say they're unable to pay their rent this month. We need to recognize the challenges that are ongoing and fortunately to the rescue or the stimulus checks, right? Well, Americans air large part taking those stimulus checks and saving the money, which means they didn't really need it. Tomo Buy food or pay rent or what have you Americans saved $1.4 Trillion in the first nine months of last year, twice a smudge his usual that's equal to 10% of all household spending in America. More than a third of those first stimulus checks were deposited into bank accounts less than a third of it was spent. And what is it that Americans say they are eventually going to spend the money on? Travel 60% say that they're planning a trip in 2021, bolstered by the news of a vaccine. We're all anxiously looking forward to the day when we can safely leave our homes and Nixon mingle with others. 24% say they're willing to go cruising in 2021, but 18% say they will never get on a cruise ship again because of the health risks. So where is that people are planning to go the top five domestic destinations. The choices here in the U. S number one is Florida. Followed by California, New York, North Carolina and Texas. The top five international destinations for Americans. France, Mexico, Italy. Germany and Canada. So my message she was this If you are planning to go traveling as we get out of this pandemic, you really need to start making your travel plans now because if France is the number one international tourist destination I got news for you. They're not making Paris any bigger. As all of those tourists descend upon the city, you know that hotel rooms will be hard to find, and the prices for those hotel rooms are going to skyrocket. Dido for Broadway in New York. Good luck Getting a concert ticket or tickets to a Broadway show with everybody trying to travel all at once, So hurry, Hurry! Hurry with those travel arrangements, but Because we don't know for sure how soon we'll all be healthy enough to travel. We don't know how soon the cities will truly open themselves back up again. Make sure that they are refundable canceled will reservations you're making. Make sure you buy travel insurance in case your plans have to change. And it's not just travel that people are going to be spending their money on. Some folks are saying forget about traveling to have a good time. I'm just gonna have a good time at home. How? By making my house better by buying a bigger house. Yep. Home Renovations and home Construction are riding waves home construction last year had a 14 year high because so many Americans air working from home 42% of U. S workers, in fact. Four out of 10 have been working from home during this pandemic. Are they going to go back to the office 30% of the workers who are working from home? Say that if they're forced to return to the office, they'll quit. Partly because of the health of fears but partly because they just enjoy working from home. It's so much easier you don't have to commute. You don't have to spend money on parking. You don't have to spend money buying lunch. You don't have to buy a work based wardrobe. And your productivity is higher because you don't have all the distractions of people wander and by your cubicle or desk talking in distracting you. 30% of workers adamantly. Insisting on continuing to work from home. All of this has helped to stave off bankruptcies in America, as people have been hunkering down. Bankruptcies, in fact, are down 40% in France and Britain. They're down 25% on average in the European Union. But economists are saying this might actually not be a good thing. What strikes me is a little weird. How can the absence of bankruptcies be bad? Well, the economists are saying that the only reason bankruptcies air down is because these companies which frankly should be bankrupt or being propped up artificially by all the government stimulus that they're getting They say that in France, 10% of companies avoided bankruptcy because of government funding. And it's basically creating what they're now calling zombie firms companies that aren't making money. They're losing money. They have no hopes of ever making money. But they're being able to stay in business because governments are giving them money to avoid them, shutting down what happens when the government stimulus stops due to the economy recovering That is when those companies will finally go bankrupt and you'll see a wave of bankruptcies on a global basis. It is, in fact, the possibility of downside that has a lot of people spooked about the investing world. My concern shared by all of us here. A Doublemint financial engines is that some investors aren't doing what they need to be doing for their long term financial success because they're so focused on what's happening at the moment, so fearful that there might be a short term market downturn. That they are failing to stay focused on the long term, and that's why I announced last week that we've launched downside defender. It's a way that allows you to invest in a diversified portfolio, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the returns provided by the financial markets. It allows you to set a limit on the downside target value that you don't want to go below..

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"mexico italy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Yeah. Welcome back to the wreck, Cattleman Show last segment. We talked about the nonsense going on with games Stop. Let's talk now about what's happening in the broader economy. 900,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits again last week, continuing the saga ever since Cove it began. Drilling down a little more to specific pockets of the economy. The American Nursing Association has just released a survey of nurses nationwide. I think we can all agree. Nurses are among the most important people in the world as a result of the pandemic these days, and they're having economic challenges. 42% of nurses say they've delayed making purchases do the lack of money 39% say they've had to spend down their savings. 32% 1 out of three are using credit cards to pay bills. Quarter of nurses have stopped paying their student loans. 11% have withdrawn money from retirement accounts prematurely because they needed the cash. 9% of nurses have gotten second jobs. Another 9% I've borrowed from friends or family. 4% of nurses are getting help from food banks and a third of the nurses in this country. Are thinking of quitting their jobs. This. Is a bit of a crisis and one thing I know that we all want to do when we're in such stress like this. Eat chocolate. What more better comfort food is there than chocolate? Well, here's one example where it's getting harder. Good diver has announced that they're selling or closing all 128 of their stores over the next couple of months. It's not just good diver that isn't able to pay rent because nobody's shopping retail these days. Physically, that is 33% of small businesses say they're unable to pay their rent this month. We need to recognize the challenges that are ongoing and fortunately to the rescue or the stimulus checks, right? Well, Americans air large part taking those stimulus checks and saving the money, which means they didn't really need it by food or pay renter would have you Americans saved $1.4 Trillion in the first nine months of last year, twice a smudge is usual. That's equal to 10% of all household spending in America. More than a third of those first stimulus checks were deposited into bank accounts less than a third of it was spent. And what is it that Americans say they are eventually going to spend the money on? Travel 60% say that they're planning a trip in 2021, bolstered by the news of a vaccine. We're all anxiously looking forward to the day when we can safely leave our homes and Nixon mingle with others. 24% say they're willing to go cruising in 2021, but 18% say they will never get on a cruise ship again because of the health risks. So where is that people are planning to go the top five domestic destinations. The choices here in the U. S number one is Florida. Followed by California, New York, North Carolina and Texas. The top five international destinations for Americans. France, Mexico, Italy. Germany and Canada. So my message she was this If you are planning to go traveling as we get out of this pandemic, you really need to start making your travel plans now because if France is the number one international tourist destination I got news for you. They're not making Paris any bigger. As all of those tourists descend upon the city, you know that hotel rooms will be hard to find, and the prices for those hotel rooms are going to skyrocket. Dido for Broadway in New York. Good luck Getting a concert ticket or tickets to a Broadway show with everybody trying to travel all at once, So hurry, Hurry! Hurry with those travel arrangements, but Because we don't know for sure how soon we'll all be healthy enough to travel. We don't know how soon the cities will truly open themselves back up again. Make sure that they are refundable canceled will reservations you're making. Make sure you buy travel insurance in case your plans have to change. And it's not just travel that people are going to be spending their money on. Some folks are saying forget about traveling to have a good time. I'm just gonna have a good time at home. How? By making my house better. By buying a bigger house. Yep. Home Renovations and home construction are riding waves home construction last year had a 14 year high because so many Americans air working from home 42%. Of U. S workers. In fact, four out of 10 have been working from home during this pandemic. Are they going to go back to the office 30% of the workers who are working from home? Say that if they're forced to return to the office, they'll quit. Partly because of the health of fears but partly because they just enjoy working from home. It's so much easier you don't have to commute. You don't have to spend money on parking. You don't have to spend money buying lunch. You don't have to buy a work based wardrobe. And your productivity is higher because you don't have all the distractions of people wander and by your cubicle or desk talking in distracting you. 30% of workers adamantly. Insisting on continuing to work from home. All of this has helped to stave off bankruptcies in America. As people have been hunkering down bankruptcies and factor down 40% in France and Britain, they're down 25% on average in the European Union. But economists are saying this might actually not be a good thing. What strikes me is a little weird. How can the absence of bankruptcies be bad? Well, the economists are saying that the only reason bankruptcies air down is because these companies, which frankly should be bankrupt, are being propped up artificially by all the government stimulus that they're getting. They say that in France, 10% of companies avoided bankruptcy because of government funding. And it's basically creating what they're now calling zombie firms companies that aren't making money. They're losing money. They have no hopes of ever making money. What they're being able to stay in business because governments are giving them money to avoid them, shutting down what happens when the government stimulus stops due to the economy recovering That is when those companies will finally go bankrupt and you'll see a wave of bankruptcies on a global basis. It is, in fact, the possibility of downside that has a lot of people spooked about the investing world. My concern shared by all of us here, it element financial engines is that some investors aren't doing what they need to be doing for their long term financial success because they're so focused on what's happening at the moment. So fearful that there might be a short term market downturn that they are failing to stay focused on the long term, and that's why I announced last week that we've launched downside defender It's a way that allows you to invest in a diversified portfolio, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the returns provided by the financial markets, but allows you to set a limit on the downside target value that you don't want to go below. I encourage you to learn more about downside Defender. If you have been concerned so much so about investing that you've been sitting on the sidelines, see if downside defender Works for you. For more information about it. Just go to ric Edelman dot com. And when we come back on the program, we're going to be visited by Internet sensation Katy Feeney. Stay with us..

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"mexico italy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on KOMO

"Calvert communions your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau New Now you're Coble Money minute sponsored by Propel Insurance. It was a second straight down day for US stocks. Both the Dow Jones industrials and S and P 500 lost about 1.2%. Point. Why is the Dow slipped 345 in the S and P ease, 41. Well, then I stack composite Index fell 97, but shares of Target Rose 2.3% today. The retailers quarterly earnings crushed estimates, with digital sales soaring 155% year over year. After the close, L brands reported an adjusted purse share profit of a dollar 13 as net sales rose from a year ago, and top $3 billion shares the parent of Victoria's secret and Bath and Body Works are fractionally higher in after hours trading. That's your money now. With the perilous deadline drawing ever closer. A top European Union official says trade talks with the U. K still face substantial work. These are your world headlines from ABC News, The vice president of the European Commission says no in a lost that Moments to reach this agreement on from commission side. We continue to work intensively towards that goal. Three key issues remain fisheries how to check compliance of the deal and standards the UK must meet to export into the EU, according to Johns Hopkins University. Belgium leads the World 129 covert desk for 100,000 people. Spain is next with 89, followed by Argentina, Brazil, Britain, Mexico, Italy and the U. S. And pandemic hit low cost carrier. Norwegian Air shuttle says it's seeking restructuring and bankruptcy protection, saying the decision is in the interest of its stakeholders. I'm Tom Rivers that the ABC knows Foreign desk in London. Companionship for older adults should include robots for both friendship and sex. That's what a University of Washington professors saying and come was Corwin Haig has more advances in artificial intelligence and lifelike materials have made possible robots that mimic human appearance. Speech. And, yes, sexual abilities. A lot of ethicist defense sex robot. Nancy Jacker is a U Dub bioethics professor. They say he's robots. A great will be a source of pleasure. More than that, she says, This tech could be a boon to older people who crave both companionship and intimacy. It has to do with some of the central things that we can do and be a human beings like affiliate with others have bodily integrity, be healthy form relationships in a newly published paper, Jacker says, But covert pandemic has further isolated many older adults. Perhaps predicting a future in which this population increasingly relies on a I for assistance for friendship and even for sex. Corwin Headache Co. Moh news Come on traffic. Watching or crunch in Lynwood on north Bound 405 I five. It's flunking too, right wing causing sub slowing approaching yet much for crash in Seattle on South Bound five just before East Roanoke Street, it's on the right shoulder a bit of a distraction. We do have a crash in the Snohomish area on North Bound Highway 5 to 5 The Model speedway just before Michael T. O Clinton wrote. It's a car versus pole crash that's causing the North balance Our next comma traffic. It's 7 34 the camo forecast today evening. Art Sanders Breezy tonight. Mostly cloudy and chance of showers lows near 40. Mar. Mostly cloudy and chance of showers. The morning.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Wikileaks founder Julian Osanai continues his fight against extradition to the US where he faces the likelihood of spending the rest of his life in prison. A judge in London Monday denied his request to push an extradition hearing into next year. Wiki leaks editor Christian Rapson Says the US just recently accused of sands of conspiring with hackers to obtain classified information. It's preparation, of course, has been thrown off track because only three weeks ago, the Americans introduce a totally new document, which is an insult to UK. Just a system on DH is an attempt to derail the entire proceedings. The president said he wants slavery taught in schools but decried what he calls Revisionist history President Trump criticizing protesters who are trying to eliminate the Confederate flag and other reminders of the nation slave past. I'm not a believer in cancel culture the good of the dead. But the president himself has urged Americans to cancel companies that took actions which angered him. He has urged boycotts on Goodyear, Apple, Macy's, HBO, Mexico, Italy, Even Oreos. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington, New Hampshire Republican State representative James Spillane is under investigation and facing calls to resign after putting up then taking down a social media post calling for the burning and looting of houses displaying black lives matter. Signs. This is ABC News. How do smart, hardworking roofing contractors run job smoothly? Even remotely? They save time with Beacon Beacon.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on KOMO

"Season. Labor Day traditionally marks the final intense push in the race for the presidency. Joining us now on the coma. News line is a B C's Andy field and what did the president announced today? Andy? Well, he did what he typically does when he holds news conferences, which is basically doesn't have a chance to do the campaign speech. So he makes that Camp Spain campaign speech before reporters he spent Probably the better part of a half hour delivering all the things you know, boy says to crowds that are cheering him on not really delivering any news at all. But then he was asked a number of questions on some pretty important issues, some of them involving the Atlantic article, and he keeps saying that he now has 15 people who come out, said he never said that and You should put that to rest. Hey, was also asked about his postmaster general who I think it was, the Washington Post reported. That the postmaster general, according to a number of people who used to work for him, said that they were coerced into making campaign donations to President Trump so that he would look good and Say, Look at all the donations. I brought into the Trump campaign and then use that company that he worked for to reimburse those workers to pay them back, so they weren't actually taking money out of their own pocket. If indeed, any of that's true, there were a number of campaign laws that were broken. The president was pretty noncommittal about saying he just heard about it. And then he was pressed by our ABC reporter Keira Phillips. Andi said. Well, if it's true, are you going to fire him? He says. Well, if it is true, yes, he would lose his job. But you know, we've heard all these accusations, and then he turned it back on him. About what he calls Russia with chubs. Interesting and this was called late in the day, wasn't it? There wasn't initially campaign event or I shouldn't say a campaign event at the White House. And then he called it this afternoon, right? Yeah, he, uh, he actually did late in the morning, and it was about one o'clock eastern time. This happened. But the person who's doing this He wants to make sure that he is on television. And he is getting some sort of attention because Joe Biden, Campbell Harris or back out there campaigning now, and he doesn't want their charges to go unanswered. Another part is that he talked about cancel culture. We've heard this where he claims the liberal group groups are trying to cancel people who support the Confederate flag, or they want to cancel statues of Confederate leaders. Hey, says I am against cancel culture. But then, of course the president forgot to mention that he himself has been at the forefront of cancel culture, telling his supporters the boycott and cancelled Cos that angered him for including Goodyear, Apple Basie's HBO, Mexico, Italy. He even tried to cancel Oreo cookies at one point saying they want to move there. Ah packaging plant to Mexico. You should boycott Oreo. So while the president's to cry other groups of there, he says they're canceling. Uh, folks, he said, uh, you know, he forgets to mention that he's done exactly the same thing. That's a BCS Andy Field for 50. Let's check our propel insurance money. Update reports from ABC News Wall Street. Now the stock market is closed for liberty, but investors already are looking to Tuesday. Now Jones and SNP futures going into tomorrow's suggest modest gains when the street reopens. An Aztec appears headed for some losses. At least a few analysts expect last week selloff in stocks to last one more day, At least the standard Poor's 500 has fallen nearly 4.5% over the last two sessions. Still, it's up 53% from its march lows. Nestle has inched a little closer to its goal of using on ly recyclable or reusable plastics by the year 2025. The Swiss food manufacturer says it's boosted his share of environmentally friendly packaging to 87%. After months of covert induced delays. Tenet finally landed in US movie theaters over the weekend. Where a rising number of cinemas have opened their doors. Warner Brothers took in more than $20 million in ticket sales across the country. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS We Check your money news at 20 and 50 past the hour commute conditions coming up. Get.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Tom Brady officially is reduced to the media in Tampa Bay. I gotTa thank you very much. I appreciate you taking the time today. you know. This is a It's an exciting moment for me in my life entering the of thing that's obviously very unique to me is. It's the first time it's happened in twenty years so I'm kind of taking it day by day. And you know the expectation for me is the come in and do it You know I feel you know right for for you know. The organization has to be a great team player. And I'm GonNa try to do everything I can to get up to speed with all the things that I need to do with. My responsibilities are I obviously have a ton of trust and respect in for coach Arians You know for what Jason and what he's done to build the team and organization is is now in You know I'm thankful to the Glazer family to give me an opportunity and As I said the other day I look forward to meeting all my teammates. And just doing everything I can to to You know for us to achieve what we set out and there's a Lotta things that go into it and You know as soon as we can get those things go into. You know a great. It'd be everybody understanding the circumstances of what we're dealing with that we're in a little different approach and we have to adjust As that's what happened in football in life and and that's what my planet so. There's Tom Brady reading straight from the CLICHE book. Well they said one of the headlines. I saw because the of course the news outlets for sports news the SCAR. They're dying for stuff to talk about when they got to keep it to sports. And so you're getting sort of. It's a bit of a stretch for a topic here. You know stuff like that. But one of them was that there was a blow up between the two of them. Bella and Brady. Yeah anything's possible for sure. Meanwhile the Carolina Panthers are expected to release quarterback Cam Newton this after basically Carolina went out and got Teddy Bridgewater. Newton referred to himself as unemployed in an instagram video on Monday. After Bridgewater signed a three year deal worth over sixty million dollars. Apparently the panthers tried to Trade Newton and held conversations with the bears. The chargers but Carolina could not find a taker for his contract and Newton is in the final year of his deal. He's dealt with injuries. Struggled badly in the last couple of years. And he's due to make nineteen million for the coming year so we don't know what New England lions are to replace. Tom Brady but one would have to assume that the at least kick the tires of bid on CAM NEWTON WITH STEVE. Me To guess too. I got we never really had any guest knows good. Kids Games made people can weigh in Kids Games best stadium you know all sorts of Shit. Yeah you're right can weigh in on lots of stuff. I like Devine's response to the pool. He gave the full synopsis. Hockey Chicago Stadium just to be there for the national anthem. Cfl football the new stadium coming up in Halifax NFL. Lambeau Field Frozen Tundra and see Aa Notre Dame Chan little rudy. Baseball Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium Gulf Augusta in Saint Andrews in basketball. We'll Boston Garden to see the Celtics. That is a good list. Yeah you don't know and did mention because you can't anymore and I guess I guess we could have made that clear the wolves at the door hang on Stevie. He's gone to the dogs literally. How about this before we go? You know what I was saying was stadiums that you you can't go. There and work is not there but no one mentioned the forum right. But it's not around Montreal. How about this Steve. Just a final thought here before we go so I'm sitting around. This House. Have been here for lockdown here now for a week or ten days or whatever it is and so. I'm watching TV by the way zero zero zero Amazon prime. I've a couple episodes in great show. Never heard of it. So it's it's about three different families of an Italian clan Mexican clan and then these American people so it's about the underworld Italy decides family. They're gangsters in Italy. Decide to buy five tons of cocaine from this Mexican cartel okay okay. And so they're the they're the buyers. Mexicans are the sellers and this American family the brokers of the deal. They're the ones. Get Nicole getting a coke from Mexico Italy and that's the whole series. It's eight shows excellent. Excellent show the I. I watched the first episode and a half last night so check it on Chernobyl right now and it's It's frustrating the hell out of me. Just watching the incompetence the ignoring the problem. I don't know if you start your noble or not. No I never did. There's very frustrating so far. But it's very good. It's very compelling right. Now I'm just everything. The first episode is all about the meltdown itself and this ignorant guy that supervising the whole thing they keep saying. Hey Bob the core is gone. That's nonsense you're crazy. You're hysterical start pumping water into the core Bob. The fucking core is gone bob into the infirmary with. You've clearly lost your mind. Dave you get to the core and pour some water and it just. It was so frustrating to watch it go down. Oh based on a true story quite obviously I'll have to put down my list anyway so I'm watching that show last night sitting around and there's a there's a knock at my door. The Doorbell rings about eight o'clock so I don't open the door right away. Steve Go to the window right to see who it is. And there's a kid standing. There was shirt and tie on in a clipboard and go. Tap TAP TAP. What's up you know? And he's he's out there as for charity looking for money going door to door during this. Fricken lockdown get away. Get Away from my house or you'll you'll be part of it you. You're going to need the you're going to be the subject of the charity freaking idiot witness. I'm going to bet that might have been it. Might have been. I don't know we gotta go tell you what to get the art. They are grinding it out still going door to door. We stay home. People.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Us down well Reid was a terrible speaker frankly he was a baby you know what the hell it was dark resin making those remarks ahead of his campaign trip to Ryan's home state of Wisconsin U. S. women's a soccer player alley long as says her hotel room in Los Angeles has been burglarized developer reports long says someone broke into our room at the Ritz Carlton while she and her teammates were celebrating after being honored for their historic World Cup win at the espy awards Wednesday night Los Angeles police say the burglary was reported Thursday afternoon long tweeted her wedding ring cash and the key to the city he had just received from New York mayor bill de Blasio earlier in the day were taken so far no arrests have been reported Dave Albert Los Angeles California men gore's continuing to phase of fifty percent terror upon shipments to China but is game Jedburgh don York reports ever to be made to find new buyers California grows most of the world's almond crop but with high Chinese terrace is still in effect and most recently India imposing a tear up on California almonds growers a looking for additional markets to sell what they grow only king chair of the on the board of California and who grows almonds in Kern county says the industry is continuing efforts to open and expand markets to offset any challenges the next or send a pound for the last three years and we've taken that money and invested in opening up new markets Mexico Italy expanded the market in Germany so we're doing more to expand our markets to be more diversified but the concern remains about losing market share to a big country like China we were in the market because the terrorists were concerned about someone else moving in our place as a result king says Australia has been able to sell a lot more of their almonds to China this past year John York KPMG news the Dow adding a hundred fifty one points right now topping up this afternoon.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"This is the Tom Hartman program is the report were on page one oh, five he's talking about Dimitri Simes and the center for the national interest policy. A foreign policy think tank that has good contacts with Russia, and how Kushner and Jeff Sessions were involved with this fellow Dmitri signs. The memoranda proposed building a small and carefully selected group of experts to assist Jeff Sessions with the campaign operating out of the assumption that Hillary Clinton is very vulnerable on national security and foreign policy issues. The memorandum outlined key issues for the campaign, including quote, a new beginning with Russia. The national interest host national interest is the magazine CNI foreign policy speech at the Mayflower Hotel during the March twenty fourth phone call and their March thirty first in person meeting signs. And Kushner discussed the possibility of CNI hosting a foreign policy speech by candidate Trump following these conversations signs agreed that he. Others associated with CNN I would provide behind the scenes input on the substance of the foreign policy speech, and the CNI officials would coordinate the logistics of the speech with sessions and his staff, including sessions chief-of-staff. Rick airborne in mid April twenty sixteen Kushner, put signs in contact with senior policy adviser, Stephen Miller, and forwarded to signs an outline of the foreign policy, speech Miller had prepared Sime sent back to the campaign bullet points for the speech that he had drafted with CNN executive director, Paul Saunders and board member, Richard Burt signs receive subsequent draft outlines from Miller, and he and solder spoke to Miller by phone about substantive changes to the speech. It is not clear. However, whether CNI officials received an actual draft of the speech for comment while Saunders recalled having received an offer an actual draft signs, did not. And the emails CNI produced to this office, do not contain such draft after board members expressed concern to signs the hosting the speech can be perceived as an endorsement of a particular. Candidate C, and I decided to have its publication the national interest serve as the host and have the event at the National Press Club Kushner later, requested that the VAT, be moved to the Mayflower Hotel, which was another venue. Add mentioned during initial discussions of the campaign in order to dress address concerns about security, and capacity on may twenty on April twenty fifth twenty sixteen Saunders booked event rooms at the Mayflower does both speech and VIP reception. That was to be held beforehand Saunders understood that the reception at which invitees would have a chance to make candidate Trump would be a small event. So understood decided who would attend by looking at the list of invitees to the speech itself. then then choosing a subset for the reception c._n._a.'s invitees to the reception included sessions and kislyak the week before the speech signs said informed kislyak that he would be invited to the speech and that he would have the opportunity to me trump when the pre speech perception began on april twenty seventh receiving line was quickly organized so that attendees could make trump sessions i next trump to introduce into the members of congress who were in attendance after those members had been introduced sime stood next to trump and introduced him to the c._n._i. invitees attendance including kislyak signs perceive the introduction to be positive and friendly but thought it clear the kislyak and trump had just met for the first time kislyak also met kushner during the pre speech reception to shook hands and chatted for a minute or two during which sherry called kislyak saying we like what your candidate is saying it's refreshing several public reports state that in addition to speaking with kushner at the pre speech reception Kislyak also met or converse with sessions at that time session, stated to investigators, however, that he did not remember any such conversation, nor did anyone else, affiliated with the national interest. Specifically recall a conversation or meeting between sessions and Kislyak at the pre speech reception. It appears that if a conversation Kurd at precedes speech, reception, it was a brief one conducted in public view similar to the stage between Kushner and Kislyak the office found no evidence that Kislyak conversed with the Trump or sessions after the speech or would have had an opportunity to do so signs. For example, that recall seeing Kislyak at the post speech luncheon in the only way to account of her sessions whereabouts stated, the sessions may have spoken to the press after the event, but then departed for Capitol Hill Saunders recalled based in part on a food related request received from a campaign staff member that Trump left the hotel a few minutes after the speech to go to the airport. Item subsets. See Jeff Sessions post-speech interactions with CNI in the wake of sessions confirmation hearings as Torney general questions arose about whether sessions campaign period, interactions with CNI apart from the Mayflower, speech included any additional meetings with embassador Kislyak, or involved, Russian related matters with respect to Kislyak contacts, on may twenty third twenty sixteen sessions attended CNN is distinguished service award dinner at the four seasons. Hotel in Washington DC sessions, attended predinner, reception and see that one of two head tables for the event, a seating chart prepared by solders indicated the sessions with scheduled to be seated next to Kislyak who appears to her spotted the indicate to the invitation by indicating he would attend the event sessions. However, did not remember seeing speaking with or sitting next to Kislyak at the dinner, although CNI board member, Charles Boyd said he may have seen Kislyak at the dinner. Sime saunder. Jacob Heilbron editor. The national interest all had no recollection of seeing Kislyak, the may twenty third of that Kislyak also does not appear in any of the photos from the event that the office of tained in the summer of two thousand sixteen CNI organized, at least two dinners in Washington DC, recessions to meet with experience, foreign policy professionals. It's the mullahs report. Coming to your city soon on our book tour for the hidden history of guns in the second amendment. I'll be in New York, Washington DC Portland. Los angeles. Seattle, San Francisco Chicago and Minneapolis here. I come more information is available at Tom Hartman dot com. Just a quick app WI fi tonight. I'll be on the Bill Maher show and on Saturday in Los Angeles at three o'clock, the KPFK speaker series on Sunday in Seattle at seven thirty pm will be at townhall. They've already sold over seven hundred tickets to that. There's still I think a hundred or so left on Tuesday night. It's seven o'clock. I'll be at the first church in Berkeley, Friday. I'll be in Chicago at frugal MIA'S bookstore in Darien, Saturday, Minneapolis and actually Saint Paul at next chapter booksellers and then Friday, July twelfth, we'll be in Philadelphia and specifically for that Friday, July twelve are associated, we have this affiliation with free speech TV and part of the fundraising drive that we're doing right now for them. This is the very last week of it is giving away in exchange for a substantial donation giving away a dinner at this extrordinary restaurant in Philadelphia, the liver chew Italian restaurant, the owner, rusty Francis credit Rolla is. On the line with us rusty my policies. If I've mangled either the pronunciation of your name, or your restaurant, Nick didn't pass. Do we have? Okay. Great. So. Tell me about the new sanctuary movement, and your restaurant. What is this? This is extraordinarily. Well, since since the twenty six and actually we should have been involved earlier. But we were pushed to it of our restaurant is made possible by the by the work of immigrants from all over Mexico, Italy Canada Nicaragua, and it's been impossible for us to nor what's been going on. And what's been happening in their lives, and the interruptions to their families, and we have decided to team as much as we can with the new sanctuary move into photo elsia and currently what they're doing is of hosting a couple. Families are several families in the of the Germantown area for they've taken sanctuary in churches, and we supported them and other immigrant movements including doing dinners undocumented immigrants basically as a way of. Acknowledging the debt of especially all industry, but the entire country, but especially the industry were owned owes to. Yeah, it's, it's, it's a remarkable thing and June July twelfth were having the, the, the dinner for free speech, TV donors and, and, you know, to, to get in on that go to free speech dot org. You can get all the information, but tell us about the kind of food you guys serve. Well, my grandparents were from a boot, so, so it's the cuisine of a boot. So when a brutal you would think of that sort of a bridge between central and southern Italy, so truffles and, and mushrooms, and things from central Italy, and, and hot pepper and tomato and things from from, from a companion collaborators or better, south boots. So it's sort of a very traditional very hard core kind of wet the ground zero Philadelphia was the ground zero for people from boots. So it's sort of the. The food of the diaspora from that part of it away. That's remarkable rusty, you're doing great work. And I look forward to media on July twelfth and the restaurant again, is liver chew Italian restaurant in Philadelphia rusty. Thanks so much for dropping by. No. Great talking with you to continue our conversations George in Chicago, George. What's on your mind today? When you were speaking with the my Walter about the criminal foundation of Richard Nixon's political career. Yeah, this is in the last hour for people who just tuned in that we just did an hour with Lamar Waldron on, on the, the association's criminal associations of Nixon, Trump. And how Nixon actually help Trump and predicted that one day Trump would be president back to Europe a George, excuse me. I was just wondering with that kind of a background and have you Lamar in your various research over the years uncovered anything to indicate wide, white Eisenhower was willing to accept Nixon did he has people do any checking into Nixon's background? Why would they accepted a relative unknown like him when you have prominent people like Senator Taft, evil was known as mystery publican was well respected, or even governor Dewey of New York, who would run as a presidential candidate fighted is in our except Knicks? I have some speculation, but I'm reluctant to share it because I don't honestly know the answer to that question, Laura, I worked for eighteen years, literally on these two books on the JFK assassination, legacy of secrecy, and Oldham sacrifice, but I did not work with Lamar on his books on water. Gate on Nixon. So that's a question for Lamar that, you know, I can't I can't answer Georgia, I'm sorry. My guess would be that, you know, is our was seen as a democrat. In fact, everybody assumed in fifty two that he was going to run for the democratic primary. He ended up running as a Republican for the Republican primary, and as a Republican and the Nixon was well known in fifty two as kind of Joe McCarthy, Republican is a hard core right wing anti-communist Republican, and so my theory would be that Nixon was put on the ticket to bring in the Republican base, basically, because Eisenhower didn't have the Republican base..

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"mexico italy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Joining us for another addition of the opening bell and another business day getting underway in. Hey, it's may nother month getting underway as well. We've got lots to cover this morning, including markets from around the world and places where markets are open today. It is a major holiday around the world May Day is usually the big celebration in many countries. And so we'll get to the number of markets that are closed today. We'll also hit the futures market in the US to see what Wall Street may look like a little bit later on this morning and also some business headlines coming up as well. This morning on the program. We're going to have a conversation about healthcare as we kick off things this morning. Dr Mark Brunell will be here from KPMG international the conversation focusing on not necessarily health insurance or health coverage, but the health workforce, and the crisis growing crisis in finding doctors, and nurses that'll be first up this morning. A little bit later in the program at about five thirty eight this morning, Amazon has selected an area high school to take part in their future engineering program, and we're gonna the interim president of trinity high sister Judy Schaefer will be here at about five thirty eight it's morning to talk about the importance of this and the good things that are happening at her school again at five thirty eight this morning, but first let's begin on the WGN associated market desk as the opening bell gets ready to ring on Wall Street today after stocks ended the day mixed yesterday due to some weak corporate earnings from Google parent alphabet at the closing bell yesterday. The Dow Jones industrials down nearly thirty nine points. The NASDAQ fell fifty four and the s&p was up just three points. This morning futures are pointing toward a positive open. Dow futures up seventy five points nearly a quarter of a percent s and p futures are up nearly a third this morning. Nasdaq futures are up nearly three quarters of a percent. I'd mentioned it's a holiday in many places around the world today. And so we have no market information this morning from Japan where the new emperor has just ascended to the throne there also in Germany, Hong Kong, Mexico, Italy, France, Brazil, Chile China, India number of stock markets closed today for either Labor Day or another local holiday so markets will get back we think to full speed tomorrow or the next day in some places in Asia. Crude oils at sixty three thirty eight a barrel down about fifty three cents. Some headline tests. We begin this morning fast. Food chain subway is closing more than double. Will the number of restaurants? It had previously announced would be shutting down in its annual financial disclosure statement this week subway says eleven hundred restaurants closed in two thousand eighteen it had forecast only five hundred shut down. And that is the most closures in a year for the company. Subway has more locations than any other fast food chain with nearly twenty five thousand still open around the country earlier this month when announcing the forecast five hundred closures the company said it was looking to expand internationally with one thousand new locations in other countries. Mcdonald's bottom line is enjoying a boost from Donut. Sticks and bacon. The fast food chain beat giant analyst expectation as it released first quarter earnings and revenue yesterday. Thanks to the strong menu items and promotions, including the new doughnut, sticks baking, the company out of those doughnut sticks to its breakfast menu and held that one day bacon event. Back in January that call the big success number of sandwiches now include bay. And there are those bacon cheese fries as well. Mcdonald's. Global sales grew nearly five and a half percent in the first quarter of twenty nineteen and Facebook is getting a makeover CEO. Mark Zuckerberg showed off the redesign of Facebook's mobile and web apps yesterday and his keynote address at the company conference. In California suckered says the apps are built around private interactions and community. Facebook has taken a public relation shelling over the past two years about privacy and security. He promising to deal with those things as well. Let's begin front and center this morning with the health care as we discuss the growing healthcare workforce crisis this morning. Dr Margaret Nell is with us global chairman for healthcare government in infrastructure at KPMG international. Mark welcome to the program. I want to start off this morning by laying the groundwork for our conversation when we talk about a crisis in the healthcare workforce. How bad is it? Came in solving. Estimates. It will be eighteen million outlook is short by twenty thirty which is roughly twenty percent whole capacity to catch. Ability specifically in the United States by twenty twenty five we can expect. Another pool of one million in the United States and just able to one hundred thousand doctors by twenty eight. This is breaking now too close to the world, and it can get in the United States in America. A lot of us are concerned about health care. And a lot of the news coverage we see lately, and especially now that we're entering another presidential candidate can't campaign is health insurance. And the lot of the discussion has been over the Affordable Care Act, and whether we're going to keep that this seems to be based on what I'm reading from. You is a more serious, and it should be getting more attention. In american. Following the comments that he's on days? Jay, Biden, the Republican politics. Then sense about Medicare little is the right debate to have just a financing tonight. Ready money despise human beings. You came in bangs that fast and healthcare. That's the night -bility if you like cat. Listening quite attentively to the debates about medical think. Well, actually, it's about human beings, you need enough human beings to kind of a human beings face a future at the moment in the United States and also play play. But that will be simply much healthcare will connotes NFL says I'm haven't heard anyone talk about that yet now days your election is is in nineteen twenty. I'm. In the democratic primaries, and and the election itself, I would hope that people will talk about this mole because they all the way to financing health systems, but more importantly than that is to think about people who can't the cameras and Sammy my message, Michael human is we need to spend more time thinking and talking about that because there's a Tuesday, which basically says those mohel without the world we need to be talking about this senior all later. Yeah. And you know, we probably should mention to that. We're talking about all kinds of healthcare professionals here in Illinois. We have been having a debate about nurses, because of the nursing shortage to the point that there's a discussion about relieving some of the staffing hours of nurses are on duty longer. And they don't have to take as many breaks. That's where the discussion is at least. We're nurses are concerned having the work longer hours because there are not enough of them. The same applies for America as well. We know that about twenty percent of the tolls. About twenty percents Patel's. They can be done by the people. So you could have. Physician's assistants and also cool can be supported by technology. But the issue of extending shifts or working now is is to try to get more productivity towns style. And I might book that healthcare is is roughly about homes productive industries, depending on how you measure it. So long shifts to a point it doesn't really solve the underlying problem because if you do that you coming crease spice, and we do know that you'll necessary doctors in America, put stress and experiencing now, which is. In one sense. Because as you know, American navy spends eighteen percent of its on health guy, the richest country on the planet is spend more than any other country on how you would expect it to be able to Catholics because that's most sympathetically, and I it's a complicated all the many and combs about this. But simply extending shifts while it increase productivity. Showtime isn't a sustainable long term solution to the global workforce places in healthcare. We're on this morning with Margaret Nell, the global chairman for healthcare government and infrastructure at KPMG international. His new book is called human solving global workforce crisis in healthcare. We're going to continue our conversation. Mark hang on with us as the opening bell continues in a few minutes. But first we have to take a quick break here to update traffic.

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"mexico italy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

15:11 min | 3 years ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Join us fascinating view from the ground about what actually happens when local citizens anywhere in the world. Take back their power their voice their economic presence and decision making in their own communities. I know nobody better to hold conversation about these topics with that our guest this hour, Dr Helaine, I call her Dr Elena Norberg Hajja the doctor at all Elena. Thank you. I actually vanden my PHD Chung scale in language. The only place in the world could actually decide for my faces. And I thought it's wasted time. So call you doctor Dr Halina on everything. So the last time we were together we talked a little bit about your own experience in foreign nations who've been subject to western values in corporate capitalism. And then what happened during the course of your experience, and maybe you can kind of recap that we always have new listeners. And I think it gives us a good serve subtext to how you came at this work from such a deep involvement. Thank you. Yeah. Probably started earlier than I did last time because I realized that hard in my take on of having had the experience of living in many, different coaches and speaking many languages and Paul about was growing up in Sweden, you know, socialist country and then also living in America later on. I live in France Germany in. Australia I've traveled extensively in Mexico. Italy say, and I learned in the language in in those places I become fascinated in trying to understand different views in different cultures. And then in nine hundred seventy five I was invited to go out as part of a film team to this remote traditional high on the tobacco plateau, Coa dock and also Tibet that was part of the one that had not been Cullen is d- and this ancient traditional Kutch is really reinforced and crystallized other observations that I have particularly comparing America to Europe. But even within Europe, I had found that in more in less developed pots of of Europe, it was more family. There was more community that was more respectful farming. It was a deep connection to the land and the resources and a strong community and in the high and dusty lies places in cluding, my native clean people so cut off Belichick evade been shifted through the modern global economy that was brought in their much good intention off to the second. World War was fought in genetic way ringing in modern industrial agriculture, which you know, came from the toxic chemicals that have been used for the weapons applied in the mand. But even really well intention people became convinced. It's efficient large Mona cultural cultural production was going to make life easier genuinely progressive so they brought in a country where people were replace machinery talks chemical. And then people shoved into high rise living in ever few cities. So that started a throws his of mega been -sation and mega industrialization of cuts, and I realize that even in its heyday swayed was really a place with people cutoff lonely, and isolated and this is reinforced after I had made in agok in ancient self reliant Clinton, be Sakorn Amies coaches with people would threes, the healthiest and the happiest of any people I have ever encountered and coming back to Sweden and try to. Hey, wait a minute. What are we doing? I realize in the mid seventies already that in all all the dwellings in Stockholm in base apartments and houses one puzzles leaving a low and there was such clear signs of depression alcohol. Lissome suicide, and I was trying to say, wait initially connected life that you know, that in fact, logical research, they've found even if you have a goldfish or something of a line in you have to be happy, and the is this really clear pattern with more connected to the plums the animals to the life around them and really importantly connected to each other that much happening. Not so, yeah, I had already when I was young I reflected on the fact that in the sixties ticks in America were that the average child growing up had to move about seven times was the parents who moving to jobs for the economy that was already becoming less stable, and I compared that you know, at that time that. Probably the reason we had a bitch more community in Sweden and in Austria had studied at university and Italy insane. I found you know, Pippa had much strongly sense of identity that with much less troubled. They there was this violence was next depression list, psychological problems. I talking too long. No, no, no, no. I think to have the whole picture is is really essential. Because. You know, when we think about how fast everything is going now, and everything is connected and all the multitasking, which is really sort of a subversion of the mind. So that the mind can't do very much deep, and yes, maybe you can get things done, but they're not necessarily being done in a in a deep sense from heart and mind, but you notice, and you talk about this is that when this global corporatism comes in brings in factory or brings a new goods or brings in the TV and brings in the computer, and then brings in the values of the west that it is such a destructive effect on the local economies on the sanctity of traditions on the welfare of the people from there as you point out from their ability to grow and keep their own food. And that's really one of the things you all are working on to make sure we have sovereignty over our food. It's a thing. That's I've always cared. Most about. But the effect of this global ization is not just about making money and making products this computerized Inter-nationality while there's some beautiful things that can come from it. There's some very destructive things. We're already seeing happened to the just the general community as community. Yeah. And I would say that again, postal my perspective to lead that tobacco is one. That is very read these days in order to see them talking about people would have to back to read books and even one hundred years ago when people had an experience of an encounter deeply in an ongoing way of coachee where people not been colonized difficulties days, if you go to the sort of technical village in India, China, not most Africa, did you see type of public T you seeing people who through colored sation. Or two modern development, which is another form of enslavement through debt. Major disruptions all the time. The modern economy have to remember from the beginning has been focused on the swing. Selker lines did in the theory is comparative advantage, which really suited Bloedel trade is back in the seventies and sixteen hundred who would destroy self reliant communities and order to push them onto huge monocultures to provide for the west. You know, they grow it in cotton plantations to Kofi mining and in Europe Pygmalion, close pushed off the land to become cheap labor in the factories. So in order to really get clarity on tradition pasta. And so we really do have to go really only look at places that had not yet been enslaved in that way. So I do want to say that when you also see in those faces as I didn't have and baton and to some extent and bum or. Then the role of technology you're seeing completed from picture because once you have colonized people have thousands of people from giant cotton Ponte Shen when them technology, of course, excite Kogas, people standing bent over the whole day doing the same thing some kind of mechanical, and so you place that with machinery and everybody says, oh, yeah. That's programs. They haven't compared it with a way of producing food. If you've lied charge their land resources, they have a whole range of different activities different products. And by the way in small diversified farms years much, higher method other important, quite we should talk about. Now. What's happened is that we don't go back. Go back Ogle rapidly. Full to the localization moment, we come see so kidding white. Technology is more the problem than it is an advantage. We have to actions. That win conducive bodies date and do like, you know, farming as part of a community group doing different things every day even within the same day. They're different activities. They are finding that fall more enjoyable than sitting in front of the computer day, they're finding the bodies actually need and not only experiencing that. But there's more and more medical research. Nab it's telling us. I don't know if you've heard this saying don't do computer within twenty minutes get up every twenty minutes and move, otherwise, you, you know, you're going to be talking about a bad back about all kinds of croplands pressure also things anyway, I would argue that today waking up in a holistic way to the role of technology in the global economy. And really, you know, I will it's about waking up to the road of the global climbing. Once you sit from a healthy baseline, healthy more community deep in gauge to the natural world. More productive ways of growing food building houses, providing basic needs including medical cat. If we look at the role of technology on this from the holistic point of view, we will see that the internet has been a tool that has Vaseli strengthen global corporations that are really are decimating jobs social cohesion of environment as an accelerating rate. Using those tools we win came down to the Brussels. They seduced kid blue in the sixties and seventies wanted more community wanted more connection to the land. They told oh now so the information age new going to be able to sit in your village head all that beauty of nature have community, and you'll be to be, you know, job knitting for raw for the computer. Whether the promises of the information society had knocked worked. All around. People are general patterns, people are working hard FOSS to just stay in place. And I'm insane placing of aid mortgage have some kind of educational opportunities. So the children have some kind of health care to do that people working harder longer than Abba. So I'm really really came that we try to encourage a deep and broad look at this. And look at it from the point of view Walker me do to get what can we do when we changed to a we it's impossible for anyone imagine icon to living that my computer and more visiting my mobile phone. We have all been made dependent on these tools and have picks you said, well, you know, you just stop using those is absolutely ridiculous. We need to make use of those tools, and as you're doing self. Having rated program to start join discussion, and I hope rapidly wake up to the fact that we concept rate the Paul technology, particularly over the last thirty forty years with the cough of corporate power. Pose a big money in big science. In other words, almost all the money has gone into off favors not just giant corporations that ultimately the military industrial complex in a way that it's extremely destructive. And of no question about it. Yeah. I mean, we do have to take a break. But it's really true when we look at the and some people like to call it the corporate military industrial complex. It's rather extrordinary invasion of idea. In fact, it became an acceptable restraint in the military became the the st-. Strategy for healthcare. It's okay. Do this do that to the body? You know, thirty percent dive at the other seventy one. So it's like an acceptable risk. Let's bomb the village to save a few huts. It's same kind of sickness of domination and exploitation and ultimately ruination. The rest of the program. We're gonna look out with our guests. Helena Norberg Hodge from this wonderful organization called local futures. And you must go to their website..

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"mexico italy" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"mexico italy" Discussed on The Librocube

"Dot com. I would like to conclude that I am not roll back and bad. I have. Me that it's a demon dancing. Demon. Something isn't the best is yet to come and babe voted be. You you seen sun, but you seen shy. To the ups underway. Wait too. We see that sunshine you seen nothing yet. Come and wilder. Best this yet to come along and prosper. New new new new new new. I do. The bone newness. Number. Yes. A bonus clip as I hinted at straight out just said, I suppose so much television to talk about. So you know, why not throw a little of of of of of of of of of of of. Mm-hmm. The bonus clip specifically Conan without borders. Yes, washed a handful of them if you're unfamiliar Conan O'Brien will occasionally travel. The globe reminds me of a very comedic version of Anthony bourdain, basically, I in just as good in terms of exploring countries and bring back interesting things to talk about with the sort of dash of Conan comedy in. What I say dash. I mean, He Ping spoonful or loving spoonful. If you prefer the band loving spoonful, which of course, don't we? In fact, let's play a little of that pans. Let's see if I can find out as I talk in. That's how we'll end. Okay. So I watched Japan, which is sort of the main reason that I did this dip into like, I love them anyways. And I've seen bits and pieces of them. Like clips on the Conan O'Brien YouTube channel. But. The main reason I sort of sought them out and downloaded all the ones I could find anyways was because of Japan, I've had a desire to go to Japan for sort of as long as I can remember. So when I saw that Conan was going to place that I've always had a desire to go. I knew it would be not only comedy gold, but of great interest to me in particular. So that was sort of my my my foot in was was Japan. But I also watch Italy Haiti Israel in Mexico Italy with good because he brought a YM long, Jordan Slaski. Oh shit. I forgot today's conversation. Cleanup sponsor is Sean ski life coaching Inc. Thank you. Okay. Segue to. Yes in Italy. He brought along Jordan slant. Sqi who's a God damn national treasure in weirdness and weird slash straight. Man. I suppose you would say a straight man's to Conan's joke. Men. Just those two interacting together is amazing. And there's a reason it's become a sort of viral phenomenon. I'm all right. All right, folks. That'll do it. Let's just here a little love and spoonful to end it. Oh, yeah. Folks. Time. It is. Lovin spoonful to be with you here. In the summer in the city. Just so bad. Don't look in the city. Willia- probably getting kicked off. Oh.

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