35 Burst results for "Missoula"
Trump's former chief of staff John Kelly: 'we need to look harder at who we elect'
"Former trump White House chief of staff retired Marine. General John Kelly today, adding his voice to the chorus of former top trump officials, not just dismayed with President Trump's handling of the current crisis, but worried Kelly agreeing with former defense secretary. James Madison's withering assessment of trump as As someone who seeks to divide the American people someone not mature enough to run the country. Saying quote I think we need to look harder at who we elect. What is their character like? What are their ethics
Mental health care in a time of social isolation probably involves an app
"Mental health in a time of social isolation probably involves an APP from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Ali would cova. Nineteen has opened up a conversation about remote therapy but online mental health care goes way beyond talking to a therapist over video conference APP analytics companies. They downloads of mental health and wellness. Apps are up almost thirty percent since the pandemic began. These include therapy services. Yes but also meditation APPs like calm or head space so first of all do they work and second. What are the privacy regulation concerns American public media's mental health reporter Lisa? Roth took this might make Freud turnover in his grave. There's an APP where you therapy with a robot. They're also APPs to monitor the side effects of medications APPs to help with PTSD and the list goes on and on. Now that doesn't mean technology is going to put your therapist out of Business John. Taurus is a psychiatrist who runs the Division of Digital Psychiatry at Real deaconess hospital in Boston. Algorithms not gonNA decide your care but he does use technology to help. Patients keep track of things that affect their mental health. Danielson is a freelance writer in Missoula Montana who has clinical depression an APP. He's using now. Tim Rate His mood with one being the worst and ten being the best. That kind of gives me a moment to realize that. This motion isn't me. I some counts there as many as ten thousand mental health APPS. So maybe it's no surprise that the prices are all over the map from free downloads to four hundred dollars for a lifetime membership at a popular meditation APP. Adam Powell is a healthcare consultant. Who says this means? It's hard to know how much the mental health APP business is. Actually worth some of the variation has to do with how that markets defined does it include wellness APPs or just strictly mental health APPs. Can they bill to insurance or not and so on? Stephanie's was is a therapist in North Carolina who got a grant a design and out for people with eating disorders but eventually gave up because a startup was doing it faster. That got her wondering how these should be regulated. Do we think of APPS as being like FDA approved drugs and we need to make sure that they're effective before the watch them to the market and because a lot of these APPs are being developed by companies. John Taurus. The psychiatrist says he's worried about what those companies do with people's data. What have you also gave access to your. Gps So knows where you sleep at night and you gave this access to your call and text records so it knows who your friends and contacts in. Romantic relationships are drug. Companies Marketing companies and insurance companies. Might all be interested in the data. You're sharing as of your mental health. Care though maybe not in your well being. That's American public media's mental health reporter Lisa Roth the. Us Census Bureau released data this week showing that roughly a third of Americans are showing signs of clinical depression or
Los Angeles' Restaurant Industry Faces Struggle to Survive
"Three Missoula county requests approval from the governor to reopen dine in restaurants possibly hair salons soon some small business owners say time is running out creativity has kept some restaurants going during this pandemic after their dining rooms were closed they turn to take out and pop up grocery stores but as actual grocery stores got restocked the business for restaurants tapered off some like Robert Crossley with mockery got PPP assistance but now that's almost gone online basically and at the beginning of June right that's why we're getting nervous currently says they were told they could reopen right now they would hustle and do what needs to be done because the financial need is that great but can they survive with reduced capacity some employees have already indicated that the unemployment check right now is too good to give up and then there's the minimum wage increase coming this summer to Los Angeles Crossley says he'd appreciate that being postponed for a while everything is predetermined right it's everything is on the day to day what's happening today what's happening tomorrow basis right now Crossley says he doesn't think things will really be normal again until there's a vaccine the question is can businesses hang on that long Vicki Moore can extend seventy
"missoula" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And the excellence in broadcasting network here is Aaron in Missoula Montana great to have you on the program hello rational low make it ahead and rush baby here problem is a lot of Berkeley of the northwest thank you thank you so much for taking my call you back well I just want to build on what you've been saying all morning how absurd this is you haven't heard of Montana in the news because we have around four hundred cases some of the least in the country seven deaths read from the same elderly care facility yet we are shut down and held supposed to be the end of the month with our democratic governor who is implying that he's in no rush to open it up and that my frustration is the numbers don't don't justify this it is absurd and ridiculous is Democrat though so there's your answer exactly and I'm just like people need to wake up because when the data doesn't show what it doesn't justify the means and I don't see how more people are not upset about this they might be up we're just not hearing from them in the in the drive by media is not breaking down your door to talk to you the drive by media is not breaking down doors of the drive by media doesn't want to hear from people who want to get back up and running the drive by many of the media and Democrats are fully on board with the Democrat agenda here and there's any number of ways of telling you what I think the democratic agenda is I'll just tell you they are hoping that corona virus accomplishes what Robert Mahler and impeachment Adam Schiff fail to do what would you talk about getting rid of Donald Trump where do you draw all that that's all the Democrats care about yeah I haven't seen the evidence otherwise I had that I see these Democrat governors when the talk opening the economy comes up nope nope nope another two weeks nope nope nope another month nope nope nope not even going to worry about the constitutional nope nope can't do it I don't even I don't even hear them say yeah I know we need to re open it but I don't even hear him say that I hear Sir nope nope nope nope your governor Steve bullock firstly case in point my there aren't any cases appreciably nope nope nope nope not going to re open he knows what will happen to him if he does nobody wants to run afoul of the Democratic Party establishment here to the extent anybody knows what it is how in the world I mean yet we we talk about every election we here but we got we got a lot of people know how to qual she I'll rush normal Quarles Josh Jerry cans of your world government can work we're gonna show out there we're sure we can we can cooperate made things if this if if this doesn't promote unity there isn't anything that ever will how in the world you cannot be unified under the premise that the American economy needs to be up and running if you can't unify if we can unify around that if there is serious political pressure to maintain six million people losing their jobs every week if there is political pressure to maintain my god bless us for you know this is a time of year we're gonna bring the end of middle of April twenty of them but this is when high school seniors and their families normally set aside time to go visit college campuses and start making decisions on where to spend the next four years where to send the kids what what what what college again except I'm really going to go now this year online virtual tour is an email correspondence replace the personal visit on campus our good friends of Hillsdale college are busy sending acceptance letters to lucky incoming students and preparing their own senior class for graduation now they're going to do that college students studying online right now that's how they're finishing out their terms their semesters now Hillsdale they've got a head start on this because they have a great track record for online teaching and learning they have been presenting a form of online on demand video courses for years now.
"missoula" Discussed on Over the Road
"It. It just got a lot harder because there is just so much more to do rather than her sort of doing her own thing when he was gone. It was her raising kids on her own. Yeah any you might. You might see your dad like four days a month at that point in time. Yeah I really. I have no memory of data during that time. Probably it was harder on sane despite because he is like a little mini me with his dad in he liked to wear the big. Straw cowboy hat like his dad. And you know that's how I would notice it not like in a when's daddy and be home. I didn't really hear that. You know I didn't really hear any like I Miss Daddy that sort of thing but I also didn't feel that when I was a kid. I think he was home fairly regularly but he'd only be home for a short amount of time. I mean I grew up in the same house that I had the same memories as a child. When my dad was gone? Didn't do much. You're always had that bigger house in the yard and that's where we stay in my memory. What happened was like he trucks the whole time. Basically from the time I was born until I was eleven and it just got too hard. Had we not spent so much time apart throughout our relationship maybe things would have been different. It's true but it was just. We were together eleven year. And that's a long time to grow apart. She went to college during this time. I had developed a very independent life from him and I liked it better and they split up and my dad moved out and we moved into this frontal house and I think we were there for a year and then moved to Missoula..
The Love in the Time of Corona
"We have this matter that we're following with alert interesting. Great concern a corona virus round up. If you will as part of an occasional series that we call the promised. Podcast ponders a fraction of our reactions to the viruses exactions including rabbis region. While gauging the contagion will begin our corona roundup with this Susan a physician gets from the regional coordinator of mcabe health services through a WHATSAPP group of healthcare providers constant updates about the corona virus usually announcements press and sometimes detailed memoranda about changing rules and procedures issued by the Ministry of Health as well as a report of each new reported cases of infection with so much happening so quickly over the past week or phone is basically constantly abuzz with a nearly steady stream of updates among them. She received this week a WHATSAPP message with the bold heading a clarification of health ministry procedures beneath which was this which I read in its entirety quote. The general public is instructed to avoid hugging kissing in any unnecessary contact with acquaintances. Ashkenazim continued to act as you always do end quote. Of course doctors are not the only ones on high alert as a result of the epidemic rabbis to our consider for instance the following six examples example one Ashkenazi chief. Rabbi Dovid Lao announced last week that owing to the potential spread of the virus. No one should kiss a Mizzou on a door frame which could easily become a vector. Lau said in a statement quote. There is no doubt that one should not kiss Missoula or touch it at all. It is enough for a person to think when he enters or leaves a room about what is written in the Mitsubish Ma prayer and that will accompany him on his way and quote. Rabbi Lau added that quote there is no commandment or obligation to kiss a missoula that is simply a custom with ancient roots. That became traditional end. Quote number two asked whether a person in home quarantine me fulfill the commandment of hearing the scroll of Esther read on Purim which we celebrated this week via facebook live or some other form of audio or video transmission via telephone. Rob Schlomo Avi Nair. The rabbi of Baked L. And the head of the Authority shall Sheva gave a long learning and very ambivalent answer that ended with this quote in Summary. One under quarantine out of fear of corona may fulfill his obligation to read the mcgilla and here the mcgilla by telephone or live video and may read alone at home from a Kosher Mikaela written by hand on parchment by authorize scribe. He is not obligated to chant but he must read without mistakes and quote three on Monday. A mostly virtual mass prayer vigil took place with a core of rabbis and yeshiva students. I R. L. At the grave of Shimon Borrego high on Mount Rhone live streaming. There live prayers Shimon Barrio. High was the second century disciple of Rabbi Akiva by tradition considered to be the author of the Zohar the Great Proto cabalistic book that is the lowest classes of Jewish mysticism. According to tradition Shimon Barrio high was sentenced to death by a Roman governor and he went on the Lam living for thirteen years in a cave near Dera sustained by dates and cabs alone by the time his self quarantine ended Shimon bar Yo high was riddled with disease but cured himself by bathing in the warm springs of Tiberius with makes him a patron rabbi of our president health crisis among the prayers available on a specially prepared Internet downloadable text on the knowsley called prayers to stop the plague passages from the Zohar Tim Psalms and more number four when asked by student weather. The Quote Dangerous Virus Corona symbolizes a prophecy or heavenly sign. Rabbi Zamir Cohen the author of the bestselling available on Amazon for thirty three ninety nine book the coming Revolution Science discovers the truths of the Bible and the founder of the Hebrew Institute said among
"missoula" Discussed on X96
"Where we are right now to Missoula Montana where ministry will be playing with KMFDM and frontline assembly on a Janet the July third it's only a seven and a half hour drive guess guess where I am already planning on being on July third where in Montana work we're going to glacier for our now is your summer vacation goal to get there on July third or no word like no that's were more like on our way back to Utah well you could stop in was who I know on the fourth for the third the third I will be in more of this could we can take the kids and so Gina has already selected winter vacation is yes yes she has which is which is when the last week in June first week in July you know we already have our campsite campsite number nine where in Mosul in northern Malaysia glacier do you ever been there yeah we we actually reserve the exact same campsite we had you know there was a story in the in the news recently that said that they had to take down the sign it said the glaciers in Glacier park will be gone by twenty twenty they're not in there so late and now it's like people are complaining that the sun about the sign so they they altered it but they will do that but they're going there they just overestimated how long it with a did you go do you go to Canada when you're there no we didn't go that far you should go up just across the border to the other C. glacier park continues on the other side of the border add in a little town there's little town there cold water to Canada and there's this really cool old hotel right on the left overall the prince of Wales hotel nice it's from the eighteen hundreds and that's love that it's really quite I stated that once it's twice they didn't want it is very cool play KMFDM all the I haven't been glacier twenty years because that's how old my son is they're from say it isn't tour should be coming to Salt Lake now we've supported all three of those bands you're always coming to Salt Lake but I just got an alert on my small uses the Eddie money tribute to our local Tom these Tom wrestles going to be a cancer Anders bookstore on June third so there is a concert that's coming to town I'll go to that you should I think you can do it what day of the week this to other artists for June and Wednesday night there we planned out here yeah that's my musical offering a new Ford ventures they were taking the kids to the ministry KMFDM and the zero of the summer and it really is a pretty pretty nice little town that a lot of fun stuff in there a lot good food there all three of those bands we supported like crazy yeah all these years and they are not doing that tour here it's a crime in the crime well well maybe things will change yeah I did it's probably just a do you know it's like Todd said it was some little thing that made it so it was impossible to do like wherever they could be here was already booked and Lawrence were promoter was nervous about the show and didn't want to take it yeah I mean it's these little they said what they said was a separate in there anymore if it's right there we could do it one the barn grill was gone no all right so let's do the promo should be way well well well well well done you've made it through the beginning of the week and we still have three days until the weekend so.
Marijuana users need twice as much sedation for medical procedures
"Nina well for this study, researchers looked at the medical records of twenty. Five people all who underwent small medical procedures and to reported using cannabis daily or weekly may compared them to two hundred and twenty five people who had the same surgeries. But who did not report using marijuana? Turns out cannabis users needed around fifteen percent. More sentinel twenty percent more Missoula and twice the amount of purple to be sedated. The study is out of Colorado state where recreational marijuana use is legal. The concern is that patients might not tell the truth about their marijuana use in states, where it's illegal like, Indiana, Dr presson anesthesiologist, and you helped said doctors know, how much the Dacian to give based on the patient's blood pressure heart rate and movement, for example, still he warns patients to be honest. Using a regular basis and then abstaining for a week. They may still have quite a bit of compound on board in this. This is protected information. What you share with your physician is between you and your physician. Dr president said this study was unique in that. It was the first he's come across that study anesthetic effects on human cannabis users. But he also noted the study didn't report any mortality knows meeting more sedation. I asked Dr president his delivery methods would change if Indiana were to legalize marijuana. He's that he's likely reading patients that use marijuana daily more Hoosier smoking up when change how we put
John Karna talks "Valley of the Boom"
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Actor John Karna got to play Mark Andriessen who created the Netscape browser back in the pre dawn of the internet era. He plays them in a new mini series about the birth of the internet called valley of the boom which airs on the National Geographic channel, John Carney joins us today on talking tech shares her fluctuations on the early days of the internet. I'm Jefferson Graham. Stay tuned. Yeah. You know, it's an interesting show primarily because you get to see interviews with the real players in ball alongside these kind of dramatic reenactments. But the only person who really didn't want to do any interviews for the show was Mark because he just notoriously hates talking about the past. And and so I got to kind of, you know, do like a mock interviews him, and then at some point somebody stops me, and I break the fourth wall. And I'm like, you know, guys, I'm obviously not market. I'm I'm this actor Jon Karna, and you know, Mark does. I don't really want to do this in in that way. Kinda gives me a little bit of leeway. Just in the sense that, you know, I'm a pretty small guy about five nine, and I think Mark at twenty four was six two or six three something crazy in, you know, like over two hundred pounds, and in this way, kind of gives me a little bit of leeway, which was cool. There's a lot of fun. She played the young Mark Anderson for yes, sir. Yeah. Mark at twenty four. I believe was when he was, you know, the founder of Netscape the first year there, and he was just a young kid. Really? I didn't really know a ton about Mark. I mean, I when I was a kid I remember using Netscape, and I remember, especially using Firefox growing up. I thought that like, you know, at the time that was the the browser that everyone said was way better than Internet Explorer in its cool that that code came from the original Netscape code in Missoula crew is off from the Netscape crew in. But I did a ton of research when I found out I got the Parton I was really struck by just how innovative really was to create a browser at that time in the ninety s I mean, it it just kept getting driven home to me how before this browser was widely disseminated no-one relieving knew how to get on the internet. Even though the internet had been happening for about a decade. It was really only being used by the department of defense in academia in. Browser. The first one mosaic. It really it opened everything up a lot of times. He likens it to the invention of the printing press again, and it in a way totally was that influential right now, did you get to meet Moton tourism? No, unfortunately, not. I'm such a fan. I definitely tried for a little bit too. Just to talk to him to get a little bit of a sense of what it felt like when he was a working Netscape because you know, he is he's just such a private person. Understandably, so and not the least of which because he's still one of the biggest players in the venture capital world right now. So I definitely wrote him like a letter. I I asked kind of like the the music that he listened to at the time because that was a really good way for me to kind of get into his head space. But no, you know, I just have had a ton of conversations with them in my head, you know, to question or treated with us market Newson. I I would definitely ask him about his. Music. I, you know, he just he everyone said he just loved listening to a ton of classical music. And I think like I I made myself a little playlist that I kind of thought that maybe he would listen to. I would also I would also, you know, if I if I really was able to talk to him, frankly, I would wanna know really any sort of details about how it must have felt when all of this was getting kind of on the downhill in a O L, you know, buys Netscape in it's not necessarily a happy ending for that company by any means. I mean, I've even though it saved it from Microsoft's, it kind of you know, that's the end of Netscape, and I would be interested to see, you know, if that if that spurned him on to anything new or if that kind of is something he would rather leave behind, you know, or via valley, the boom is on the National Geographic channel are. It's an eight ups owed for six episodes in where we have they run all of them or the. In the middle of it. Or where's that they're all out now and me personally, I think it's really great to binge them. Some of, you know, sixty episodes on the all flow pretty crazily in. I think you can find him on the net GO app or on the effects now Eappen, you know, hope everyone enjoys it. You've been listening to after John Karna who plays Mark, Andrew sim. Indeed, new National Geographic mini series valley of boom. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you can find talking tech wherever you listen to online audio subscribe to the show, please favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? 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"missoula" Discussed on Dear Hank & John
"You probably have this experience all the time because you live in Missoula Montana, a town of fourteen people do and and here's the situation you my nod. You not at them you knowledge that they're there. If you miss I contact the first time, and they're not looking at you. They're doing something you just walk on by. It's a small town people see people that they know especially people who work at the deli counter grocery stores, they're used to this. And it is not weird for them. But if you make eye contact give them a nod in like two finger wave a and say that like you're the fonz and move on with your day. You do not have to have a conversation with this person every time, and in fact, probably they would appreciate it. If you didn't I think occasionally, you can say, hey, has it going or especially if you're getting? Something for counter, you can have a little bit of little bit of chat. But it's definitely not necessary to have a conversation every time. And if they're making you feel like it is I would say they're outside of the norm. Not you. Yeah. Yeah. The other day, Hank. I was at target, and I ran into four people, I know in real life, like not people who like my work, but people who actually know me, and I was at the end of my target trip. I was like, I'm home. I I am from Indianapolis. Yeah. It felt good. Actually. I mean, I I don't go to the grocery store without expecting to see someone. I know. Yeah. I think Indianapolis is a somewhat bigger city. But I also think I just get outlets like whenever I go to Missoula and visit Hank he's like the mayor like he walks around the coffee shop like shaken hands talking to everybody family remembers the name of your fourth kid, all of that stuff like hands on shoulders, great to see buddy. And I'm like who are all these people and hanging that's the third cousin of somebody. I went to grad school with that person. I had dinner with once in two thousand four and I'm like, okay. Well, I don't consider those people friends, but Hank. Well, I was at the coverage of this morning guy comes in who's on a board at a nonprofit with Catherine Mike and Mike. Hey, and he had something for Katherine in his bag, but he's been meaning to give Dur. And he then he asked me a question about YouTube videos, and then somebody comes in and sees Mike and starts ask like talking to my. And it's just like it's like now Mike talking to me and talking to that guy. And then and then the next time that guys at the coffee shop, you're like Joe, I this is why don't leave the house. I love the coffee shop so much. I think it's great. I have you ever thought of running for mayor Missoula because I think that would be a great like third act in your story. I know the mayor and it looks like a real hard and annoying job. Honestly. Yeah. That is the downside of public service is the service part of it. Yeah. Yeah. The thing. I don't like about public service. John is that I would be required to do service for the public. It's terrible. But it's true. I am very grateful to our public servants who take their responsibility seriously, and they're all of them, and they get very little credit for the work that they do. And I am very grateful which reminds me this podcast is brought to you by public servants. Now, they don't have a lot of money to sponsor with. So they gave us nothing for this message. Public servants make the world function, and they do sometimes with this mile and sometimes with a gritted teeth as they push their way through bureaucracy. And we all really appreciate it. In today's podcast. Also brought to you by Nicholas's face nNcholas face. The only face that will not be destroyed by the artificial intelligence overlords coming for us. And of course, podcast is also brought to you by the small towns of Travolta, trevy Trig, oughta Tronoh Entra warm. Let's. I also for bar with which is my favorite one rewarm. It sounds like a kind of animal that is like commonly hunted in the south. But just for fun because they don't taste good. Right. It would definitely has very gamy meat for Schiff..
"missoula" Discussed on Twinovation
"Well, for those at home, the catch the days the segment again, where we salute fellow hazards out in the real world making it happen guys. I sent you this one we normally send an Email around. And we'll be like, hey, here's some nominees and on this one. I said this is my favorite one out of four. I said here's the headline manicures of stealing two saxophone playing them in Missoula police department lobby. What does that mean? All right man, accused of blaring stolen, musical instruments. In the face of one forest last week is facing new burglary charges while being held on a quarter million dollar bond. Michael O'Keefe last week walked into Missoula city hall equipped with multiple saxophone and began playing them loudly in front of the police department. Welsh could hear the noise. The sergeant in this matter could hear the noise from his office deepen the police departments interior offices. He went outside to try reasoning with the man he said about the same time that apartment received a call from a music store notifying authorities that two sacks phones had been stolen that very morning. According to charging documents file December fourth O'Keefe allegedly. Took two sacks phones from the stringed instrument division around ten AM that day employ from the shops that he saw a man carrying them out of the store. One sacks was reportedly valued at seventeen hundred dollars the second at one thousand fifty dollars breath, baby that's breath, tax winnow kief came to the police department later that day he told officers they were family heirlooms that have been stolen from him. What he was unable to provide. Any more details. He was charged with. For some damage done to the music store door in released. He turned up again around six AM when long respond to report a burglary on the same street and someone will up to him standing in his bedroom. Okay. That's less fun term. I never finished. The first part of the second part was he gets he's about he's like. He's he's a serial burglar serial murderer or. Burglar if you. That's a pretty cool move though, you go into a store steel saxophone going to city home start playing them. It's cool if you own them, and you have to do. Title or if he stole them. But that's so he's asking to get caught kind of like seven sometimes it's just about making a statement. Because then he wants seven a lot like seven okay with them. Hey name naming the seven with saxophone with seven the the number seven seventy seven. Zeros? And is there any other letter? I don't think you have to change the phone. Well, the the insects. In seven it's the visa. Me the v the v it's the seven and seven so right seven with saxophone 's. Yes. Yes. And saxophone of five. Saxophone is a three we do both. We have to see how it looks official mindset of Mike, Dave, not so much. No. I don't. But you know, he's a brass tacks guy. And he gets the giants you hire someone to do that. Right. I think that's you hired someone to move. All right. We'll let's hear it for Mr. kief still a ballsy move at the saxophone and for our good game of the episode seven was saxophone would see memories hold up in that becomes. Wow. Now, that's what I'm talking about. Both of you together on three to one. Why don't you? Go more chicken. Chicken shit. Just like his father, Paul hand, Oh, boys. boys. You know? I I love a good tale of small town mischief. But it's time for my favorite part of the show. It's time for the nation to rise. And this is the part of the show where we hear from two lucky members of the nation of sent their schemes into us. You can send your schemes into ideas at twin invasion biz you can tweet at us at one of Asian pod on Facebook. You can leave a five star review. We'll read them there. You can also, of course, call our voicemail number, and that number is, of course, Jeffrey hit it. Nineteen ninety two. Well times Jeffrey. And Jeffrey, speaking of the voice, Dr in the crew, I I would say. Twenty eighteen. We were going to tell you..
Supreme Court rejects Trump administration's asylum ban
"Yellowstone National Park area grizzly bears, Montana, publicradio snick Maude reports a judge's ruling blocked, but would have been the first grisly. Hudson decades, notice to appeal doesn't actually take the case to the ninth circuit. But it does by the government time to decide whether to formally challenge. The ruling the states of Wyoming and Idaho, along with four pro-hunting groups have also filed appeals attorney Andrea Senator Sierra of the center for biological diversity says a formal challenge by the administration would mean more resources spent on litigation less on recovery. Yellowstone beloved reservoirs deserve more than that. And we're prepared to fight vigorously to defend the court's determination. That grizzly bears. So meet federal protection fish and wildlife directed questions to the Justice department, which declined to comment for NPR news. I'm Nick Ma in Missoula, and you're listening to NPR news. Supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is recovering at Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital in New York City after surgery Friday morning for lung cancer. This Ginsberg's third bout with cancer in twenty years and she's eighty five, but as NPR's Nina totenberg reports doctors say the prospects for full recovery or good barring serious complications Ginsburg is once again, proving what a fighter she is on Friday just hours after surgery, she cast a decisive refusing to allow the Trump administration to implement its new rules prohibiting people from seeking asylum. If they crossed the border illegally the five to four decision was a setback for the administration which cannot carry out its policy without first persuading lower court judges now by evening Ginsberg was sitting in a chair and calling friends who said she sounded strong and pretty Chipper barring any serious complications Ginsburg is expected to remain in the hospital for two to four days and then to resume a light schedule of work at. At home, Nina, totenberg, NPR news, Washington. London's Gatwick airport says it plans to run a full schedule of flights today. Gatwick is UK second largest airport had had to close the runway several times this week because of drones that started flying in the area. Police have made two arrests as part of their ongoing investigation into the criminal use of drones. A self driving car startup has one permission to start offering rides to passengers in California. State regulators branded the startup known as oops the first permit under a pilot program, the company cannot charge for the service. So in a backup driver must be in the car to take over if necessary. I'm Joel Snyder NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the NPR wine club where NPR shows become lines like weekend edition cabernet and every bottle tells the story available to adults twenty one years or older at NPR wine club dot org slash weekend. This weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon.
"missoula" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Eight. A long line of mourners continues to pay respects to president George H W Bush who lies in state in a flag draped casket in the rotunda of the US capitol building among them today. Forty one son Neil also there the late former presidents service dogs sully who made an appearance along with several disabled veterans the vets were there to highlight Mr Bush's nineteen ninety signing of the Americans with disabilities. Act. President Trump today will spend time privately with the Bush family correspondent, Karen Travers with more hesitant Trump. And the first lady will express their condolences directly to the Bush family today when they make a private visit to Blair House. Former President Bush and his close family are staying at the presidential guest house located across the street from the White House while in town for memorial vents for former president George H W Bush, the Bush family has been in close contact for months with the Trump administration as they may preparations for how the forty first president services would take place. The president tweeted today that the Bush. Are a wonderful family and met former First Lady Laura Bush would be visiting the White House to get a tour of this year's Christmas decorations. A state funeral for president George H W Bush will be held tomorrow at the National Cathedral, President Trump will attend, but he is not scheduled to speak among the foreign dignitaries who will also attend. Britain's Prince Charles representing Queen Elizabeth and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will tomorrow it's been declared a national day of mourning. Federal government offices and financial markets will be closed and the US postal service will suspend regular mail delivery wins. News time eleven forty nine. Former vice president Joe Biden is dropping new hints that he might run for the White House twenty twenty at tougher his book tour in Missoula Montana last night, Biden said he believes he is the most qualified person to be the president. But he also called himself quote, a gaffe machine Biden says his family must now decide as a unit whether or not they're prepared for run setting a decision timeframe of the next six weeks to two months. Wins. News time eleven fifty police continue to look for a man who brutally beat another man in the Bronx. And it was all caught on video you're in front of the food universe supermarket. West one hundred eighty third near academic Sunday morning where this victim came back and try to find his wallet that he had dropped in the rain stranger walks up to him and starts pummeling him repeatedly in the face after they had initially it started a conversation. And once the victim down on the ground barely conscious. The suspect then kicked him over and over in the face Bashir, Alabama. Deli manager who called for help. So.
"missoula" Discussed on Risky Business
"And it's you can tell by the way, they've they've written about this breach. Like the credit card information was intercepted at the point of entry. Like, it's obviously it's just amazing to me that it's taken this long for a group to figure out that you just drop your page or whatever onto onto a sought to this is there no honor month thieves. It's just very sad to see them turn each other major deal. And I think we're going to continue to see this where people try to use the exact same code or the exact same attack. Vector is going to be not just who is I which which used to be the big deal. But. Who is trickier in making it difficult for their competitor to economically competitive, Amazon, the zone exposure that kind of isn't a big deal. It's getting headlines, and I kind of get why look I mean, they're a big company. Right. So that's why. But Amazon apparently exposed some uses Email addresses. That's by the looks of their response. It seems to have been fairly contained, but they are being a little bit too tight lipped on exactly what's happened here. And the Email to us who were affected was terrible. Yeah. I got that Email. I am in the list of people have been exposed. I think this is the the meta issue here is that nobody knows what GDP ours data disclosure requirements are right now, there's a bunch of words that have been argued about in in various working groups. But in the end, it is going to be years and years of litigation before we understand what level of exposure. Do you have to disclose whether disclosure like this is good enough? I personally I don't think the closure is good enough. But maybe it's just enough to to get past the. GDP our rules. This will be interesting case. Yeah. Yeah. No. That's a good point. How this one God? Google Missoula are apparently going to introduce functionality to browsers that will allow them to edit files on disk. Now, of course, the the advantage here is if you're using Google docs, whenever you want to save the fall, you don't wanna download at every time. Right. That's that's the idea. But you know, everyone's kinda pointing out like this could maybe be abused. Yeah. There's there's always these w three c working groups that are effectively you could summarize as the working group on making Java. Scrip- malware, a reality. This is this is one of those. I'm shocked that Google specially who's an all of this work on sandbox in chrome would wanna put themselves in a position where if they want to support this and they have to pop a huge hole in one of their sandbox protections. Hopefully, if this happens it happens in a way that is highly restricted, and the perhaps even while looks like you're right to the file system. You're right into the real file system. You writing to like a virtual is file system or something that is a proxy intermediate in some way. But I think this is this is not a smart move in you know, in the story one of the excuses. Well, you're going to have to have the pop up box. DO to choose. What file you upload? Are you save to the idea that you want to put this kind of responsibility back in users? I think is a real out how this works, right? And you just said like some sort of proxy intermediate intimate thing. Well, that's why you bugs are gonna be right? That's what you're going to be. If you wanna have long-term file storage, you're really going to have to restrict by design where these browsers can write to otherwise, you're going to get rid of all the benefits you've gone from having these operating system based container systems in virtualization systems that can restrict browsers like edge. Now, the last thing we're gonna speak about out of an useless. This Alex is is Sean Gallagher over at odds Technica is writing a multi pots series on the cold Snowden legacy and seems to have done a reasonable job of actually trying at least to some balanced balanced recap on the on the whole Snowden affair. I wanna. Get your impressions on this. Because you found yourself working as a see saw insulin valley very shortly after Snowden dumped his cache of documents and very much involved in the response to it..
Introducing Season 4 of IRL: Because Online Life is Real Life
"Does this sound? Okay. Yeah. I just go for it. Okay. I'm a new summer ODI, and I'm hosting season for of IRL online life is real life. It's an original podcast from Missoula to get the feeling that we're at the start of a reckoning for the internet in two thousand eighteen social media giants admitted that their platform spread misinformation and disinformation around the world. It's the same year that some governments past privacy laws protecting our data and others promised regulation to come. It's also the year the metoo movement found its way into the boardrooms of big tech. And that's what progress looks like hard conversation and debates are happening people like you and me are standing up for a safe open and free internet an internet. That is awesome for everyone. King. So why am I hosted the show while I'm a journalist, and my thing is investigating. How tech changes our lives and our world sometimes for good sometimes not so good. I've been using the phrase ethical tack on. I don't know if that's a real phrase. Let's use it because I really think that we can build technology that his ethical. It's what was Zillah does. It's what they stand for both of us want the same thing to have choice control and transparency when it comes to the internet. And it's through that lens that this season. We're going to look at how even the most basic things we do online our shaped by those who built those basic things from how we shop to what we read who moderates are content even how he pick our passwords. We'll unpack those ideas. Learn who gets represented and who gets ignored November twenty six. That's when the first episode drops. We are going to get nerdy. We are going to get Hugh. Human. We're gonna also some fun. Subscribe for free on apple podcast, Google podcasts or wherever you like listening IRL from zilla the company that makes the fire FOX browser. Come. Listen. Come learn and come demand, a better internet.
First migrants in caravan reach Mexico's southern border, government says
"News Radio. That Trump says Democrats want caravan of migrants from Central America to arrive in the United States before election day, Trump made the claim a campaign rally in Missoula Montana yesterday. Trump has threatened to cut foreign aid to any country that allows the four thousand person caravan to March
"missoula" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"That they all three came to this conclusion together that he was not going to participate in this financial summit. But it is interesting because initially when media companies executives and journalists started pulling out and saying they were not going to attend. He did not the Justice department has sent subpoenas to several Catholic diocese as it opens an investigation of child sexual abuse inside, the Catholic church in Pennsylvania, more from CBS news correspondent Bill recall its groundbreaking, according to Marci Hamilton the chief executive of child USA, it's about time. The federal government has been sitting on its hands for years on these issues. A statewide grand jury in Pennsylvania. Over the summer found that three hundred one precent Pennsylvania molested more than one thousand children over the course of seventy year and CBS news has learned the US attorney in buffalo. New York has also served the diocese their questions being raised about the removal of names from voter rolls in one southern state democratic congressional candidate. Mallory Hagan says over fifty five thousand Alabama residents have been removed from active voter rolls since February of last year Hagan, a former Miss America has announced the creation of a committee of lawyers who will volunteer to help voters and monitor voter suppression concerns, the Alabama secretary of state's office has placed more than three hundred forty thousand people on inactive voter status. Jim Krasula, CBS news. President Trump praising a Republican congressman for body slamming a reporter last year calling him a tough cookie and saying he thinks that might have helped him win election in Montana. It was at a campaign rally in Missoula guy that you do a body slam. Mike. God. Greg.
"missoula" Discussed on KCBS All News
"That he was not going to participate in this financial summit. But it is interesting because initially when media companies executives and journalists started pulling out and saying they were not going to attend. He did not the Justice department has sent subpoenas several Catholic diocese as it opens an investigation of child sexual abuse inside, the Catholic church in Pennsylvania, more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff its groundbreaking, according to Marci Hamilton the chief executive of child USA, it's about time. The federal government has been sitting on its hands for years on these issue. A statewide grand jury in Pennsylvania. Over the summer found that three hundred one precent Pennsylvania molested more than one thousand children over the course of seventy year and CBS news has learned the US attorney in buffalo. New York has also served the diocese their questions being raised about the removal of names from voter rolls in one southern state democratic congressional candidate. Mallory Hagan says over fifty five thousand Alabama residents have been removed from active voter rolls since February of last year Hagan, a former Miss America has announced the creation of a committee of lawyers who will volunteer to help voters and monitor voter suppression concerns, the Alabama secretary of state's office has placed fourth at three hundred forty thousand people on inactive voter status. Jim Krasula, CBS news. President Trump praising a Republican congressman for body slamming a reporter last year calling him a tough cookie and saying he thinks it might have helped him win election in Montana. It was at a campaign rally in Missoula any guy that you do a body. Slam. He's mike..
"missoula" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Retired after twenty years in the navy ending feld now volunteers at the airport in Missoula helping arriving tourists voted for President Trump. You're gonna mess around with this country. We're gonna do something. There's no crossing the line red line. We're going to do it while heading feld says he hell no didn't vote for President Obama like many Montana voters. He isn't easy to pigeonhole. He says he's voted for tester before and for democratic governor Steve Bullock in two thousand sixteen. Andy says a candidate support for the president or testers vote on Kavanagh's nomination won't sway his choice. No. Because I don't use that as a platform to make my decision. Still plenty of voters do see their vote as a sign of support for President Trump bozeman retiree Susie Burton was at a senior community center yesterday near where vice president Pence was holding his campaign rally. Well, I think our president is doing marvelously actually. He keeps his promises. Not many of them do while President Trump is front and center in the Senate race here identity and local issues. Also matter for example, tester his put Rosendahl on the defensive about whether national forests in Montana could be privatized. Rosendahl initially opposed federal land ownership, but says he's now convinced that that's not what people want and tester leans hard on his image as a third generation farmer Rosendahl moved to the state in two thousand two after a career as a Maryland real estate developer voters will be watching closely Saturday as the to debate one last time before early voting starts later this month for NPR news. I'm Eric Whitney in Missoula Montana..
4 white supremacists arrested in violent Charlottesville rally
"For alleged members of a militant white supremacist group have been charged in connection with last year's deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia correspondent large Garrett. Whole Evan white Benjamin Drake daily, Michael Paul missoula's and Thomas Walter Gillan, and according to the federal complaint unsealed there in the western district of Virginia. These individuals were among the most violent individuals there at the protest in Charlottesville, and they were seen on video punching. Kicking head
Montana, White House and Trump discussed on 24 Hour News
"Eight the band Pearl Jam is under fire for controversial, concert posters showing the White House in flames and more the poster twitted by the band chose, the White House on, fire and, what appears to be, the body of President Trump being. Eaten by an eagle who's very gig in Missoula Montana and. The message on social media urged fans to support the reelection of Montana Senator. Jon tester,
"missoula" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"Last week I talked about missoula's fire FOX and Google Chrome working on to reduce the amount of memory and other resources that their browsers us. Most people are not way of that as much memory as you think you have the browsers while it's active. They grow in size with all the tabs that you open. And when these tabs active which is what they are now, it just grabs all the memory there is. And the reason I bring this up is because many of these systems now sold at the low then being equipped with thirty two gigabytes of flash memory. Well, that may sound like a lot, but it really isn't some systems. Now being offered with sixty four gig of memory. You must remember that the flash storage of sixty four gigs has to include the operating system to run well at thirty two gigs I have such a system and the amount of stores leftover after the offering. System that's when those ten that has been stored this at most with a lot of angling ten gigabytes that's leftover. However, whenever Microsoft comes up with a big update and they are all big because New York, no longer little pieces of update. They just one big update for that period. And I have found that after one update it, you could easily only have five or six gig of storage left. So if you're looking at these more systems bypassed thirty two gig because there are some systems currently being offered with thirty two gig of flash storage get at least sixty four gig and preferably at least one hundred twenty eight gig of flash storage memory. By the way they call this flash storage memory, flash storage, assess the hard disk? No, it's not hard disk. It is memory memory storage period..
American Airlines flier removed from flight despite buying separate seat for her cello
"Nobody on the ground died even though it came right down and landed on a car outside of, CVS the only thing the NTSB has told us today so far of. Any note is that the pilot Fifty-three-year-old Scott shepherd did notify them of an. Emergency but did not give them any. Idea about. The nature of the emergency. So they're looking into his background and the planes background was a twin engine Cessna happened yesterday about twelve thirty pm just scary people. Said. It, was heartbreaking we are monitoring out in the KFI newsroom the pilots according to LA times union airline, pilot unions representing particularly pilots of cargo airplanes Are protesting this plan in the FAA budget one hundred twenty eight and a half million dollars is being set aside to research the idea of only having one human. Pilot aboard a cargo plane and, that the second pilot would be down on the ground remotely flying remotely the pilots are concerned what this means of course for the future pilots they also say that the situation could lead to make, it more easily hacked I don't know you know all these jetliners now are fly by wire I mean it seems to me they're all. On software there's no more police there's no art. You know that sort of thing and it would seem to me those would be just easily as, hacked is whether or not the pilots in the airplane are on the. Ground Mary to a pilot so this is something of course he does not. Support my idea though is I think. It's just. The first step in the. Future that in I'm going to say in twenty five years when you and I get on an airplane there's a good chance that There will not be a human onboard flying the airplane lovely no I know where I know it's freaking us all out we're going to have driverless, cars driverless trucks happening now That that, technology will get better and. Better we'll be writing driverless taxis driverless buses driverless Uber's, and. Eventually, pilotless planes I don't I don't like that idea I. Know but it's because we we, don't feel it's. Safe And, so we'll have to. Get. Used to that, idea and there will be some trial and I, hope no error in a passenger aircraft although, there's going to be error well there's air crashes with Uber or not right, but the driverless car. Right, but you know you're less likely to have a suicidal airline pilot and when you know there's no pilot well. But then why not have redundancy have the guy's on board have something. Well that'll. Be the step see I. Think also, you're going to see, it I in in the In in the military where you will see in fact when I, was doing stories on the f thirty. Five way back when the next thing the next big airline project airplane project coming out from the Pentagon. Is there, bomber and I believe north grummin has, a contract and they are developing a version of that that will be pilotless now there are certainly many unmanned aircraft already that we've been, using for years and years and. There, comes a point where then they envision, you'll? Have several aircraft in, the? Air but maybe, only one of them is manned as the lead, and going into combat and you will have, the particular pilot he or she will in control or be able to. Control, all the other aircraft. At, the same time I mean I just think this is the future It's a long ways away mostly. I think, because of our emotional discomfort about it But I think a case will eventually be. Made they'll tell my husband. This, that it is at least safe if not safer We shall, see meantime you've got drones attacking drones in Venezuela The what's his name there Madero President. Nicolas, Maduro I always forget because. Missoula is just a pit now a. Pit, of starvation price inflation, economy has created this oil country anyhow They've arrested six people there for making this assassination attempt at Maduro using drones apparently he. Was giving a speech, on Saturday afternoon yeah and he I haven't. Seen the video but, it says he stops and looks up because he's right in. The middle of his speech they hear some noise his wife kind of winces and looks up he stops a speech and then you see the. Guards, who are all in formation. They start scattering and running away from. Him Scattering and running the reports that we had. And then the feed cut cut off wow So barely the. Drones that they had. Their use the attackers? Us to DJ I, am six. Hundred drones they're made in China are they each carried one kilogram of c four explosive they could damage caused. Damage in radius of fifty meters and. They were able to get one to kind of I don't know diverted off its path and then a. Second. Drone, lost control and fell into an apartment building. Word exploded on the first floor unbelievable oh then that's, why the the firefighters were disputing the report's early on from the state when. Stuff, happens. There's always sort of that, fog of what, information, is a, rally in, Venezuela, yes right and it's state run TV and they're saying oh there was you know everybody's he's okay, and but. And it was an an attempt on his life and then firefighters were like no it there was an explosion or there was a fire in the apartment. Building Oh see to drowns neither. One hit their target well they've got six people, arrested who knows if they. Got the right people but. They're now trying to. Extract information from them? And finally terror in, the skies. An outrage musician according to the Daily Mail says she, was booted off an American Airlines flight because of her. Cello despite paying for a separate seat. For the instrument which is worth thirty thousand dollars now passengers are permitted to carry on oversize instruments of. The. Flight, in the flight cabin if they purchase an. Extra seat and changing who who's a student at depaul, University School of music in Chicago she had flown to Miami with her cello. Without, any. Issues but on the way, back as she, boarded, the flight, to return, to, Chicago crew member said she had to get it off the plane she's like wait a minute this, meets all. The rules you didn't have a problem with it on the way there I. Bought a seat. And I bought a. Seat I followed, every single rule but then the. Pilot gets involved and they tell, her she's, got, to, go in fact he according to the reports. The, pilot claims that she hit him with the. Cello, on the way so is, joking at first is this her comfort cello, or whatever but they believe she and her husband believed the real issue was the, flight was overbooked. And so they'd rather have a human in that seat then a cello because the cello is not going to argue with you but if you remove the cello you have to remove. The, musician and according to a friend of hers who stayed on the flight after she and her cello got off the American Airlines flight to other people came on and took those seats so she, had to re Booker flight the next morning but this is. One of those cases where wait a minute on the first flight nobody said anything the first, American flag nobody said now and this is. What I, hate when you. Give it the airlines we're. Like no no I had no problem checking this for now Is. Able to take this before oh no no no you can't do it here and. Of course they're. The law there the. Law you can't, argue when you're on the plane. The pilot got when you're on, the ship, the, captain, has got all right when we come back I'll have. To check this out the next. Time I'm in Japan In Japan there is a new business model, people are renting out middle aged Japanese men or non sexual purposes and a woman. Has. Created an corset that allows you to light. Up your implants okay. Jane wells filling. In for Gary and Shannon KFI AM six forty here's the. News a girl in riverside has been attacked by her grandmother's pitfall the attack. Happened Friday and left the girl with serious injuries to. Her face the dog had attacked a different child two, years ago the grandmothers now turned the dog over to animal control and, it will be put down Chicago's, police superintendent and mayor Rahm Emanuel say the. Weekend was unacceptably violent at least ten people were killed and sixty. Others were injured in shootings in the windy city over the weekend a man, in Michigan has started when he calls Amish Uber. For five bucks he'll pick you, up in a horse and buggy although he uses the Uber. Name he doesn't work for the company and to. Score a ride Your cell phone. Won't work you just.
States to sue Trump administration to block 3D-printed gun blueprints
"Seventeen major wildfires burning in California but most, of, the. Attention is on the so-called car fire on the, west side of reading it's killed, six, people, in, destroyed, more than eight hundred homes. Correspondent Jeff Lord took a tour of some of the. Burned out neighborhoods we are. At the. Scene of. The worst of them in the city of reading on one side all the homes destroyed on. The other's homes barely touched that's how indiscriminate this has been that's how cruel this fire has. Been all, in all nearly a quarter million acres have been scorched in California the Ferguson fire burning near Yosemite national park has killed two people, and. Kept most of the park off. Limits to tourists Sierra national forest supervisor dean Google as you look back over the past five years you'll notice incidents such as Aspen French railroad And now the Ferguson. Have all been some of. The largest fires in the forest history and and some of the most difficult to suppress she news update I'm Jim shanavie WBZ news. Time one thirty two. Chicago mayoral candidate. Laurie life would says. She's optimistic but has some concerns about the proposed consent, decree on police accountability one of Kennedy Lori Lightfoot complaints is that the draft consent decree waters, down rules on when police can use chokehold but attorney general Lisa madigan's office says it actually broadens prohibitions like let's say she's encouraged. By the police reform blueprint but cautions that it will be costly somebody hopefully has done a quantitative, analysis of homages it's going to cost I, can't see. How we can do this less. Than frankly ten million dollars a year and that's probably cheap as for the one outstanding issue requiring police officer. To document whenever they point their. Weapons at someone of course that should happen that's a no brainer if you feel like as an officer the, need, to. Draw your weapon and pointed at someone it's a, serious incident it should be documented the Emanuel Ministrations expressing concerns. About that at city hall Craig Delamore, NewsRadio, on one zero five. Point nine FM four people including, a five year old boy were shot and killed at an apartment. Building last night, in, New York City detectives are investigating whether, the deaths may have been a murder suicide meantime Washington, is leading a, coalition of states suing the Trump administration after. It permitted a, company to publish online blueprints for three, d. printed gun the Trump administration abruptly. Settled the lawsuit with defense distributed allowing the Texas. Company to post blueprints. Online that basically show anyone how to use a three, d., printer to make their own. Guns let me be clear no background check no waiting period no serial number Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson says the, administration is, undermining both federal. Law and states rights. Meant to keep firearms and related technology, out of the wrong hands from terrorists to domestic abusers, Heather Bosch CBS news. Seattle there's a call for here Brings in the wake of a report. Finding a toxic environment of sexual harassment and. Other misconduct at the Federal Emergency. Management agency, the allegations against former FEMA personnel chief Korey. Coleman who quit last month before he could be interviewed by investigators include transferring women in and out of departments so that his male friends could try to. Have, sex with them democratic Maryland rep Elijah Cummings of the house committee on oversight and government reform is calling for hearings on the report and. What he calls other critical. Management failures of FEMA famous administrator says harassment of any kind won't be tolerated at the agency Alison keys CBS news Washington most young Americans prefer leaders from their. Generation the poll by, the Associated Press. In OR center. For public affairs research and the MTV. Shows nearly four, and five Americans ages fifteen to thirty four thank leaders from their generation would do a better job running the country the poll finds young people are, eager to, vote for, someone. Who shares their political views But they're not excited about voting for a lifelong, politician about a third of young people say there are certain to vote in this year's. Midterm elections with others saying they're, more likely to vote than that Mike Kemp in Washington generals from the rival Koreas are meeting at their tense border for talks on how to ease military confrontation souls defense ministry says general. Level talks at. The border village of Penmunjom are part of efforts to implement APRIL's inter-korean summit military agreements the meeting comes four days after North Korea returned. To the reported remains of US, soldiers missing from the nineteen fifty fifty three Korean war. WBZ news time one, thirty. Five thirty four year old Cynthia Arnold showed, off her mom skills as she won the women's triple stroller half marathon, in first place she also shattered the previous record by eighteen minutes the race. Took place in Missoula Montana Arnold race while pushing her three kids in. The triple stroller the kids apparently were unfazed by the pace and.
"missoula" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"And I command or take a couple of pokes through their fish trousers is making living out here selling this meat or something. Sure. So fish trout and come through tecoma pokes guy comes undone. We later had a reckoning in Charlie's bar Missoula Montana. Not at the takeout or you weren't flow? We had a fight. And in those funny because later we wound up. Kind of drink in the Saint place. Now, see him up there. You You know. know, we later had a reckoning and he had an in. If I remember correctly, I feel that he admitted his wrongness. And I might have admitted a little bit of my wrongness for responding and such a strong way to his criticism. But I feel still today feel like if you're have you're eating lunch. In not fishing that you do not have a legitimate claim on the whole, how do you feel about that? Yeah. The guides perspective. It's going to depend a lot of probably on how much pressures on the river, you know. I mean, if you like a river, were you've been waiting for two hours. You haven't seen a person and then you got, you know, all the mid water past their boat. That's kind of like it's like, sounds like this spot you might as well, just skip it and kind of move on as much for your own personal experience. A lot like there is a lot like this spot, actually. I agree with us on this. Really? Yeah, I was in the wrong. I think you were to. I'll always somebody spun. I'm gonna say if it was a busy river mill, then willing around knowing around probably skip that one, Steve, I think if you're in a boat and you're floating down, you're like, okay. You're here. We're going to have lunch. Then we're gonna finish this whole. And if it's a trout stream, you know, you'd count just letting it rest. Maybe a boat went through your letting rest. If you're going to have lunch, they're like, you're kinda claiming that run for a period of time. I think I think at minimum it would have been worth it. Hey, you mind, fish this rats thing. You just got, hey, can I? It's like when you get when you walk up to where you wanna fish, there's a guy in there. Do you mind if I step in really then you're -cation man. The problem solve we're doing about that. Jim, jeez, I don't know your guide. Never guys. Definitely guided timing. No, sir. I probably would have just asked or there's lots of holes I would want. I wouldn't want an audience. I just keep moving, but that's just me what it didn't contest him causing a scene at the same time if he was. Yeah. Reconsider because obviously scarred me because I bring it up. All sounds like this is something from way go. I have ended up my wife yet this how long ago? This was really? Yeah. I mean, they're so there. There's a couple of if this was also a place where you were walking in and then there's a vote. That's true. Is that true? I was walking in and they had about they're in a boat. Hey, I'm a lowly Walker. That's different too because they have the ability to fish this whole century ever. And you're like, man, I just hiked a mile and a half like this is where I was planning factor like, you know, and if that's well known place where people do hike into, never stop there to have much. Sizzle guide, so could be completely very circumstantial, cooling all this. I'm ready to move on tablecloths you got anything at unserved perch because we still need to talk about today, which was lights out the top days. I've ever experienced my entire life to like the most gorgeous day I've ever had on the Washington coast. It is concluding thought on. I, I, I. I would do it again. You know the winter I had so much fun. Anytime I go back out there right now. We have the time. Go make take a few pokes. Let me tell you why it's better than the winter. In my opinion, this is why this is why clam digging is nice. It's a winter spring thing is when you're out there in the winter. It's like you're out there and you're so happy that there's something going on because it's time of year nothing's going on..
AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EDT
"I'm rita foley with an ap news minute porn star stormy daniels has been arrested at a strip club in ohio accused of letting patrons toucher in violation of the law peter struck the fbi agent who sent antitrump text messages will appear before lawmakers this morning and say his work has never been tainted by political bias ben thomas reports from washington he says he did in fact no information during the campaign that could have damaged trump but never contemplated leaking it the emmy nominations will be announced this morning the talk is some cast members of the canceled sitcom roseanne may be among the nominees president trump leaves brussels and the nato summit for britain this morning where he'll meet later with the queen he's tweeting that the us subsidizes european nations that don't pay enough for their own defence papa john's founder john schneider has resigned after apologizing for using a racial slur during a conference call i'm rita foley the crack of a stake in a faint whimper in the darkness was all it took missoula county sheriff's deputy roth jessica was about to take another step when he looked down to find a cold wet soiled five month old boy base down under a pile of debris miracle.
Trump will get red carpet treatment and big protests during UK visit
"Cbs news on the hour sponsored by progressive insurance i'm wendy gillette secretary of state mike pompeo and president trump are in belgium just hours before the start of the nato summit pompeo plans to hold sideline meetings about the need to increase pressure on ron cbs news correspondent cami mccormick in brussels some peyot is warning us allies that they should be paying very close attention to a ronnie and embassies in their countries a state department official says the trump administration believes there is evidence that iran is using diplomatic compounds in europe and elsewhere as a cover to plot terrorist attacks pompeo here in brussels intense to meet with european allies to discuss this he also wants to rally support for us efforts to deny iran oil revenues the president is making several stops while in europe including his first visit to the uk as president and helsinki for meeting with russian president vladimir putin cbs news chorus major garrett has more on what the president might encounter throughout this trip which is likely to have its moments of tenseness the white house hopes the presence of first lady melania trump will ease things up a bit perhaps provide a welcome diplomatic diversion but in london street protests are anticipated so much so that most of president trump's movements will be carried out by helicopter the state department went so far as to warn americans there could be trouble president trump supreme court nominee judge brett cavanaugh will make the rounds on capitol hill for the second day cbs's jan crawford on the upcoming confirmation hearings in the senate have an is not a stealth nominee and his lengthy record does mean his confirmation could take a little while longer that's something the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell flag for the white house before the president decided on his pig democrats say they want to see the documents all the documents and there are a lot of them a celebration in the streets of paris after france beat belgium at the world cup got a little too rowdy tuesday that's the sound of fans clashing with riot police after the one zero win some fans broke windshields and threw bottles at police officers in riot gear cleared the streets using smoke grenades france now heads to the world cup final for the third time the country has only won the world cup once an incredible rescue in montana cbs news correspondent daniel nottingham has more police in missoula montana say it's a miracle they found a five month old baby alive early sunday morning hours after he had been abandoned in the woods officers arrested thirty two year old francis crowley saturday evening they say crowley told them he crashed his car and left a baby in the dense woods this is cbs.
Trump administration announces list of tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods
"Impressive credentials and extensive experience cbs's jan crawford says democrats are spoiling for a fight over the nomination democrats focused on a law review article cavanaugh wrote in two thousand nine that said a president should not face criminal investigation while in office and instead be impeached for wrongdoing investigation of a president but one key red state democrat west virginia's joe manchin said he had no issue with the article and was keeping an open mind the trump administration will not meet tonight's court ordered deadline to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents aclu attorney legal irt says a federal judge will keep close track of the government's progress the judge crystal clear that these deadlines in his words were not asked racial earhart deadlines the white house has announced another two hundred billion dollars in tariffs on chinese products ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us impose twenty percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington the national retail federation says the tariffs will boomerang back to hurt american families and workers senate finance committee chair orrin hatch said the move appears reckless and is not a targeted approach a five month old baby boy is safe after being abandoned in the mall montana woods for nine hours amanda told authorities he left the baby there after crashing his car missoula county sheriff's deputy ross jessop found the infant under a pile of debris he was cold you can tell he was comfortable with humans the babies now in the care of the health department there partying in paris after france won the world cup semi final match against belgium france will play the winner of tomorrow's faceoff between england and croatia in sunday's final on wall street the dow up.
Baby survives 9 hours buried under debris in woods
"Child and they are described as generally healthy montana authorities say a five month old survived about nine hours buried under sticks and debris in the woods the missoula county sheriff's office says the baby is in good condition and calls it a miracle that the child survived authorities received a call around eight pm saturday about a man threatening people in west montana's lolo national forest deputies are apprehended the man who indicated that a baby was buried somewhere in the woods about six hours into the search the deputy heard a faint cry and family infant around two thirty sunday morning police say thirty two year old francis crowley is being held on fifty thousand dollars bail the search resumes later today missing long island teenager who family members suspect fell victim to gang violence you could see police officers on the ground and in the air here at hempstead lake state park as worried family members wait for word on what happened to nineteen year old louis mojo senator who was last seen his stepmother said on june twenty eight and that was it we don't know nobody seen him nobody heard from him and this is days well and we are here at the park because suzie bayer says a family member received a text message from an anonymous person telling them to search here he wants to be a are he writes his music and in january he is a good kid he has a good of art he would help anybody family stresses that lewis is not a gang member but at friends who hung out with gang members the nassau county police commissioner said right now they have no information that lewis's disappearances gang related and at forty plus officers are searching the.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, 'low income' is six figures
"You can trust on the tens matt mccoy sports josh cease executive producer what are you company and all the other end of the phones each afternoon when you call remember when a six figure salary meant you were doing pretty well i mean you you had achieved something it's still does mean that in most places but i will tell you there is no flipping way you could get me live in the bay area of california and i love that city to visit a been there twice i've been been through the prison and the tour and i it's beautiful but it is so nasty and so many other ways i think i'd rather make thirty five thousand dollars a year live in bozeman montana then make one hundred and fifty thousand lebanon san francisco bozeman montana is a gorgeous place so's missoula and so's helena but in san francisco get a load of this according to their cbs television affiliate k pix five you know what's considered a low income salary in san francisco in three counties in san francisco san mateo and marin county california your officially poor if you make below one hundred seventeen thousand four hundred dollars according to the latest survey by hud the median income in those three counties tops the entire country and it is so high that households making under one seventeen four would actually qualify to live in low income housing projects is that not astounding that's nuts you can take what you make now and you'd need to make slightly twice as much here are out there whatever you're making here double it and you still might not quite be where you are here that's even worse than new york oh it's well i don't know i don't think it is really because in new york you have stupid city and even more stupid state tax in new york i think the amount of money for every dollar you make i think you get a keep forty eight cents that's the last time i california doesn't have a state tax so we have that going for him but i was just amazed at that figure that number by the way has gone up ten percent since just last year there people are fleeing like rats off a boat i out of out of the bay area for for many reasons but that's certainly probably near the top that in the homeless out there will practically cost you if you keep walking with their with their hands around we haven't even gotten to openly peeing in the street so well that's your saturday night woody rate for me yeah not in my back y'all cal arts yeah it's my house sorry for the confusion traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens powered by.
"missoula" Discussed on Omnibus
"Yeah an awful lot of really pissed off sabertooth tigers who just naturally don't like one but it created these incredible sort of geologic formations and our man jay harlan brett's was trying to convince the the world geological community that this was that his theory was correct right this is what all scientists are trying to do with their with their crazy ass theories like my craziest theory that twitter sucks now but he and he would go to these conferences and just get shouted down and booed and tomatoes were thrown at him and so forth because i don't know if you know this but they sell tomatoes at geologic just as somebody advances theory that's a little too out there right you go they don't throw a rock that'd be too on the nose and painful if it landed on the note that's right they throw sandstone so it kind of they mike they throw the softest rocks manageable here's some talq and he actually had a friend named jt party who would who agreed with him and would go to these events and supported him but he actually worked for the us geological survey and so he had to professionally recuse himself from commenting one way or the other because he was like under contract sort of like any scientists geologists working for the united states government now would have to deny any knowledge of curious whereas you can't say lake missoula ice dam abortion the center in the omnibus is brought to you by spotify now of course spotify we all know is the place where you can go to stream the latest and greatest in music but john did you know you can also go there to stream podcasts as well now i did in fact it's very easy open the app on your mobile device or desktop click on the browse channel and then click on the podcast section you can also stream on your smart speaker i'm going to do that i love podcast they have all my favorites across news entertainment sports culture you two should start streaming now.
"missoula" Discussed on KQED Radio
"High school students and missoula montana walked out of clashed today to protest gun violence from montana public radio eric whitney reports students at mizzou this downtown high school marched to a river bridge that's a popular site for protests here holding signs and getting honks of support from passing cars they then marched a few more blocks to the county courthouse among them was andrew midget an 18yearold senior i want more gun control i want to feel safe at my school i do not feel safe at school and i want to feel safe at school missoula is a wellknown liberal enclave in an otherwise conservative state about a dozen students shouting progun slogans counterprotested for npr news i'm eric whitney and missoula montana here in los angeles a high school student and his older brother or under arrest after an officer overheard the student threatening to carry out a shooting deputy search the alchemy no high school students home and sheriff jim with donald says they they found unsecured weapons including two ar fifteen rifles but only one of them was legally registered the 17yearold was arrested for making criminal threats his brother was arrested last night on five criminal charges including possession of an assault weapon import of highcapacity magazines criminal storage of firearms and a failure to register a personal handgun possession of an assault weapon and a thumb whole stock among other charges mcdonald's couldn't say for certain the seventeen year old was upset about a ban on headphones at the school but says all indications show he was intent on carrying out a massacre at his school air france as half of its longhaul flights departing from paris won't operate for 24 hours during strike over pay the strike tomorrow's aimed at pressuring management to increase employee salaries by up to six percent stocks finished lower on wall street this is npr from kqed news i'm jeremy siegel mayors of some of california's largest cities and a group of state lawmakers are pushing legislation that would give one point five billion dollars in state funding to combat homelessness the big eleven mayors which include san francisco's mark farrell oakland's livvy chef and sam lukarco of san jose say cities need more help from the state to address a growing crisis here's oakland merely be chef we believe that cities are well where you will get the biggest bang for your buck.
"missoula" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Seventy years in prison saw it missoula courtroom zulu montana montana homeowner is sentenced to seventy years in prison for the shotgun killing of a german exchange student and i believe that was the circumstances of the german exchange student being killed sorry have masound on look at all as chickens see ends here's a and i i was what has released you aggression as a giver regret not doing like an exchange didn't think that you're both from a different country whoever here gust you ever regret not doing that i grew up next to a different country and now in you'll still live in puerto rico for but yeah but i was an adult i've i feel like though i feel like america and canada and mexico are very kind of contiguous experiences you're right they're all connected it yeah light an an a very likely racially what care in america can the america specially although yeah a neck against those language barrier go none in mexico the cultures significantly different but when antonino my go to places like san antonio it just feels extremely integrated you know and we don't ever talk about the theft of the united that the mexico from a sovereign state you'll hit by the united states woolworth he what what way way way dead the country club texas became a country before joined the us eating leaves the us that that caused the revolution and to addis absolutely i just think the texas they were just hassles i think they were just like trump apples from the united states on your statement want people does the people that were in america i do wish i could have done an exchange programme setting out of ankle experience going to like france or something bo you're going to france yet you went to you made a pilgrimage though right at israel israel yet however is that uh that was two weeks fourteen days did a first rate sella commission show what's the what was because israel has mandatory military service do you have to get out of that or just a just if you only when there you were born there if you're born the i believe or if you move there by a certain age i think says the citizens yet citizens and it's no let paid for by like the supreme jewish money pot go ahead.
"missoula" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Montana had more than sixty million dollars in state funds set aside to fight fires this year but a budget crunch has cut that number in half montana has already spent more than ten million dollars fighting fires this summer governor steve bull look has declared a state of emergency allowing him to mobilise the national guard and to tap a different state emergency fund he's reassuring state residents geno money certainly won't be an issue would deploy every resource nisar montanes property incident commanders on at least seventeen large fires in montana are requesting health through the national interagency fire center a spokesperson there says they're all getting the crews equipment and aircraft that they're asking for that help is coming too late for ranchers like tim browning who've already seen their grazing land destroyed along with the hey they put up to feed their cattle this winter hail khabbaz closures by an experienced fire managers here say they're expecting several fires to get significantly bigger hot dry weather and little chance of rain in the forecast for now for npr news i'm eric whitney and missoula montana it's morning edition on wnyc good morning i'm richard hake coming up at eight thirty sixty six degrees we do have fair skies right now in new york city beautiful day coming up mostly sunny skies with a high near seventy seven degrees right now mass transit looking pretty good the link an tunnel nosing delays of up to forty five minutes headed into the city wnyc is supported by netflixing presenting the incredible jessica james any romantic comedy starring jessica.
"missoula" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Montana had more than sixty million dollars in state funds set aside to fight fires this year but a budget crunch has cut that number in half montana has already spent more than ten million dollars fighting fires this summer governor steve bullock has declared a state of emergency allowing him to mobilise the national guard and to tap a different state emergency fund he's reassuring state residents geno money certainly won't be an issue would deploy every resource nisar towns property incident commanders on at least seventeen large fires in montana are requesting help through the national interagency fire center a spokesperson there says they're all getting the crews equipment and aircraft that they're asking for that help is coming too late for ranchers lake tim browning who've already seen their grazing land destroyed along with the hey they put up to feed their cattle this winter hail khabbaz closures land experienced fire managers here say they're expecting several fires to get significantly bigger hot dry weather and little chance of rain is in the forecast for now for npr news i'm eric whitney and missoula montana as npr news the cyber attacks on hospitals have the potential to be disastrous the last thing anybody wants to happen in the organization his have all of their heart monitors disabled or all their heavy pumps disabled and hospitals are struggling to attract cybersecurity talent that story th and the latest on the republican bush to pass the healthcare bill this afternoon on all things considered from npr the programme other a 430 this afternoon good morning i'm rachel martin and as of.