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Should House Republicans Move Forward With a Biden Impeachment?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Should House Republicans Move Forward With a Biden Impeachment?

"Should the House Republicans move forward in impeaching, opening up an impeachment into Joe Biden? Now, there's been more talk recently about opening up impeachment proceedings, possibly Merrick Garland. I think those are probably both excellent ideas. I have advocated myself before for a Biden impeachment. It doesn't matter if it's not going to be carried through. It doesn't matter if it's going to make it through the Senate. First of all, there are multiple grounds to impeach this guy. He could be impeached on the border. He could be impeached over his actions in Afghanistan. He could be impeached over the financial corruption. Now, of course, he can be impeached over the classified documents. And the classified document scandal gets worse by the day yesterday I talked about the fact that it's now come out that Hunter Biden who claimed that house the house with those documents is has been paying Biden a rent of $50,000 per month. Per month. Now this is a house that's worth about $2 million, someone took the trouble of looking it up on Zillow to see what the rent is for that type of house. It turns out the rent is $7600. Who would pay $50,000? I mean, think about it. That's $600,000 a year in rent on a house that's worth, let's say, 1.8 at 1.9 million. It makes no sense. No one would do it. So in other words, it's very clear that this money is a kind of funneling of money.

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California Reparations Task Force Begins Deliberations

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

California Reparations Task Force Begins Deliberations

"On Wednesday of this week, the first meeting of California's slavery reparations task force met in Oakland, California. During the hearing, a man stood up a 35 year old entrepreneur. First, black, professional triathlete. A guy named max fennell max fennell stood up before the hearing in Oakland, California, and demanded $600,000 from California taxpayers, 600 $1000. Deliberations are beginning in California. On how to quantify financial compensation for black Californians to receive billions of dollars, I guess, in slavery reparations. I am sitting here in absolute, I feel like I'm going to slip into madness. I'm reading here from the daily mail. Max fennell said that every person should get $350,000 in compensation to close the racial wealth gap. Boy, that would do it. I mean, that would 350,000. Yeah, that would close the racial wealth gap and black owned business owners should get 250,000, which would help them flourish. And he said, it's a debt that's owed, we worked for free, we're not asking you, we're telling you.

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The Democratic Party Has Been Corrupted by China for Decades

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 3 months ago

The Democratic Party Has Been Corrupted by China for Decades

"Just talking about the Chinese and how it seems obvious, James, that they had the goods on the Obama administration that they had leverage. And that our officials have been corrupted and that the evil communists in China were using that leverage. Yeah, some of the actions of the Obama administration and the Biden administration are hard to explain in any way. When you look at the trade deals that they negotiate it and how they benefited China and harm our nation, just across the board, militarily. And by the way, this goes back to the Clinton administration. Back during his time, there was a giant scandal many people forget it. It's called China gate in which a bunch of Chinese businesses and individuals were donating large sums of cash to the Democratic National Committee. And the worst in all this talk about the implications of something horrible. There was a company there is a company called Lara that was paying China, Chinese companies to launch their satellites into space, and what would happen is the Chinese rockets at the time were highly unreliable. So loral gave them the technology to make these rockets reliable. They diagnosed the problem and said, hey, fix this, this and this. And you're not going to be blowing up our satellites. Well, the problem is those same rockets use that same technology used to deliver satellites is also used to deliver into continental ballistic nuclear missiles. So what they did is effectively gave China a massive military edge, and they were under investigation. And Bill Clinton stepped in and basically killed the whole investigation after them around made a donation. I forget the exact amount. I think it was in excess of $600,000 to the Democratic National Committee.

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US Markets Head Back to Negative Territory

The Trish Regan Show

02:04 min | 8 months ago

US Markets Head Back to Negative Territory

"Com. All right, let's get started on this market because you know what? I told you, I didn't buy the rally that we were seeing. I think it was a very short lived bounce. We got the market back in negative territory. No surprise really, given where we are on oil. I want to highlight that. First and foremost, because you know that I have predicted a $130 a barrel on crude oil, which could translate in some parts of the country to $9 a gallon on gasoline by the height of the summer driving season. Well, we hit one 20 and change today, up 3%. And this is despite the news that OPEC announced it's going to add more than $600,000 of 600,000 barrels a day of oil. The administration was pretty psyched about that one. I explained it all in yesterday's program, but let me tell you, the oil market sure as heck doesn't care. I don't think they really buy it. Maybe they don't really believe it, maybe they know that 600,000 barrels really isn't going to be enough. Maybe they're concerned because it's actually OPEC plus, which includes Russia, so that gets a little sticky, does it not give in the sanctions? Anyway, suffice it to say, we've got higher energy prices still, which is going to lead to more and more inflation. How do you deal with this? At a time when the fed is out there aggressively trying to confront it, I'll tell you that the big problem with this from the beginning is that they didn't recognize the cancer that inflation had started to become, right? They thought it was nothing. And yet it grew and it grew and it grew and we kept hearing from people in the administration and economists Talking Heads that were touting the Biden plan, we kept hearing that this was somehow just transitory. And I've been sitting here and let me just say, I don't have Janet Yellen's pedigrees and economists. Let's be very Frank about that. I'm not too shabby, but this is a woman who is steeped in economics and served as the head of the Federal Reserve. Now our treasury secretary, she missed it. I'm sorry. I don't know how these people could have missed

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"more than $600,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"more than $600,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We need to keep this in mind, keep them protected by making sure everybody who was around those kids get vaccinated, officials say the number of covid 19 cases, case rates, hospitalizations and ICU admissions all continue to trend down in Orange County. Corbyn Carson KFT NEWS Several Republican governors have threatened to sue President Biden over his executive order to require large companies to mandate Covid 19 vaccines. Texas Governor Greg Abbott says it's an assault on private businesses. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says the president has As the authority to impose vaccine mandates under an act approved by Congress 50 years ago. The law basically requires the Department of Labor take action when it finds grave risk to workers and certainly a pandemic that killed more than 600,000. People qualifies as grave risk to workers. President Biden invited Republican governors to as he put it have added when talking of lawsuits An appeals court in Florida has reinstated the governor's ban on mask mandates in schools. A judge had blocked the band Wednesday, saying Governor Romney Santa's overreached when he issued an executive order in late July. The Santa says parents should be able to decide what's best for their kids. The state threatened to withhold funding from districts that violate the order and require masks. Police chases are at that 23% in L, a LAPD chief, Morris says. You're to date there have been 597 chases. Same time period last year, it was 484. We look at the underlying factors that are increasing the instances of pursuit. We look at auto theft, which has increased this year versus last 5.4% over two year period. It is increased by more than 44%. More, says shootings are also a contributing factor to pursuits. Typically, officers who respond to Carter car shootings or Carter person shootings. Moore says. So far this year they have been 961 shootings. Steve Gregory codify new governor. Newsom has cast his ballot in the election to remove him from office to win this election. The way we do that is turn up in the newsroom urged people to get their ballots in today, tomorrow or on Election Day, which is Tuesday. Everybody important and imperative of voting and exercising their rights, which are under assault all across this country by the same folks that appear on the other side of this ballot was running against Newsom in the recall, including Larry Elder Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer in state Assemblyman Kevin Kiley have criticized Newsom on crime, homelessness and pandemic related mandates and failures. And U. S. Officials are remembering the impact of 9 11 had on the rest of the world. People from more than 90 countries lost their.

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"more than $600,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"more than $600,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

"More at Metamucil dot com. And the listeners and supporters of KQED public Radio. Partly cloudy and breezy tomorrow highs ranging from the upper sixties and seventies near the ocean into the mid eighties around the bay to around the century mark inland. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. More than 600,000. People in the US have died from Covid 19, each leaving behind grieving friends, grieving family. For some Americans, it is hard to mourn when people in their communities or even in their own families, don't believe in the science of the coronavirus. These dismissive attitudes add another level of pain and anger to their grief. Brett Shelters at Wptf in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has the story. Stephanie Rimmel is going through some of her brother's old things, including the cold Medicines used to treat his symptoms when he first got sick, and these are ones that He didn't quite finish. We really haven't thrown anything away. Really. Her brother, Kyle Dixon died from Covid 19. In January. He was a state prison guard here in western Pennsylvania in a pretty rural conservative community. Kyle was just 27 years old, Like I'll never get to be at his wedding. I'll never get nieces and nephews like I never see him old like that was the last birthday In September, we got to celebrate with him. Stephanie says her brother was led astray by misinformation about the virus. He got it from other prison guards from friends on Facebook and some of his own relatives. Even after her brother had to be hospitalized. Some family members were on social media, repeating conspiracy theories and bragging about not wearing masks. So we're angry. So when people try to You know, talk about covid. They try to justify it or say it's not real, or, you know, look for a reason. Well, well, he was this. It's really hard. Now Stephanie and her younger sister, Jennifer, feel estranged from some of those family members. I don't talk to them. I don't care to talk to them back to post the same stuff. It's a hoax, Jennifer says if only they had seen what he went through. I wish they could have been there his last days and watched him suffer. Watch his heart. Still be able to beat his kidneys still producing urine because it was so strong, his liver still working. It was his lungs that were gone his lungs and that Mhm. Was only due to Covid after he died. Stephanie and Jennifer made sure that the death notice said that Covid is what killed Kyle. But a lot of other families want Covid left off death notices. Mike Kuhn is a funeral director in reading Pennsylvania. His three funeral homes have laid to rest hundreds of people who died from the virus. I've heard people that just like I don't know why. But I just don't want to have covid. Listed on the death certificate, and I don't want to hear that Covid had anything to do with my father's death, like people have said that to me, Coon says many families want to minimize Covid's role in the death. You know, I've had people say, Well, you know, my My mother or my father was was going to die. Probably in the next year to anyway, and they were in a nursing home and then they got covid. And, you know, I don't really want to give a lot of credence to covid. In some cases. This creates a situation that psychologists call a disenfranchising death. Mourners feel they don't have the right to fully grieve because of controversy over the cause of death. Can. Dokka is senior vice president of the Hospice Foundation of America. He pioneered the concept of disenfranchising death and a related concept disenfranchised grief. He says. This can occur when a person's death is tinged with the supposed moral failure and Mourners fear judgment from others. So, for instance, if I say my brother, which he didn't, but if I say to you, my brother died of lung cancer. What's the first question you're going to ask, because you smoke and somehow, if he's a smoker, he's responsible. DACA saw this a lot during the HIV AIDS crisis of the 19 eighties. One of the terms I got to hate. Was when people spoke about pediatric AIDS. They often use the phrase These are innocent victims of this disease. Well, you know to me anybody who had it was an innocent victim, Kyle Dixon Sisters have also encountered something like this. They say when they tell people their brother died from Covid. They're often asked whether he had pre existing conditions or if he was overweight, as if he was to blame for dying. It's as if two people in denial the virus isn't deadly if a person was overweight or older had high blood pressure or diabetes. It becomes their fault that they died. Holly Pregerson is a sociologist specializing in grief, she says. Those judgmental comments they come from cognitive dissidence and anything, including death of a loved one from this disease, like they just they compartmentalize it. They're not going to process it. It gives them too much of a headache to try to reconcile. Pregerson says fighting cognitive dissonance rarely works. Don't waste your time trying to convince them of something that you're not going to convince them of for her peace of mind. Pregerson had to cut ties with some of her own family after her mother died of Covid. Kyle's sister, Stephanie says what has been helpful is joining a support group with other grieving people who agree on the facts about Covid, and in June, they placed the headstone on Kyle's grave. It says beloved son, brother and uncle, and it has a very pointed message on it, too. Yeah, it says Covid 19 on it. Her reasoning was simple. We want to make sure that people know Kyle's story and that he passed away from the virus, Stephanie says. It really helps to know that long after she's gone. The truth will be set in stone for NPR News. I'm Brett Shelters in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. And that story comes from NPR's partnership with W I T F and Kaiser Health News for advice on coping with disenfranchised grief. Please check out the recent life kit. Episode at NPR.

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"more than $600,000" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"more than $600,000" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. More than 600,000. People in the US have died from Covid 19, each leaving behind grieving friends, grieving family. For some Americans, it is hard to mourn when people in their communities or even in their own families, don't believe in the science of the coronavirus. These dismissive attitudes add another level of pain and anger to their grief. Bread shelters at W I T F in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has the story. Stephanie Remo is going through some of her brother's old things, including the cold medicines. He used to treat his symptoms when he first got sick, and these are ones that He didn't quite finish. We really haven't thrown anything away. Really. Her brother, Kyle Dixon died from Covid 19. In January. He was a state prison guard here in western Pennsylvania in a pretty rural conservative community. Kyle was just 27 years old, Like I'll never get to be at his wedding. I'll never get nieces and nephews like I'll never see him old like that was the last birthday In September, we got to celebrate with him. Stephanie says her brother was led astray by misinformation about the virus. He got it from other prison guards from friends on Facebook and some of his own relatives. Even after her brother had to be hospitalized. Some family members were on social media, repeating conspiracy theories and bragging about not wearing masks. So we're angry. So when people try to You know, talk about covid. They try to justify it or say it's not real, or, you know, look for a reason. Well, well, he was this. It's really hard. Now Stephanie and her younger sister, Jennifer, feel estranged from some of those family members. I don't talk to them. I don't care to talk to them. They're back to post the same stuff. It's a hoax, Jennifer says if only they had seen what he went through. I wish they could have been there his last days and watched him suffer. Watch his heart. Still be able to beat his kidneys still producing urine because it was so strong, his liver still working. It was his lungs that were gone his lungs and that Mhm. Was only due to Covid after he died. Stephanie and Jennifer made sure that the death notice said that Covid is what killed Kyle. But a lot of other families want covid left off death notices. Mike Kuhn is a funeral director in reading Pennsylvania. His three funeral homes have laid to rest. Hundreds of people who died from the virus have heard people or that just like I don't know why, but I just don't want to have covid. Listed on the death certificate, and I don't want to hear that Covid had anything to do with my father's death, like people have said that to me, Coon says many families want to minimize Covid's role in the death. You know, I've had people say, Well, you know, my My mother or my father was was going to die. Probably in the next year or two anyway, and they were in a nursing home and then they got covid. And, you know, I don't really want to give a lot of credence to covid. In some cases. This creates a situation that psychologists call a disenfranchising death. Mourners feel they don't have the right to fully grieve because of controversy over the cause of death. Kendo CA is senior vice president of the Hospice Foundation of America. He pioneered the concept of disenfranchising death and a related concept disenfranchised grief. He says. This can occur when a person's death is tinged with the supposed moral failure and Mourners fear judgment from others. So, for instance, if I say my brother, which he didn't, but if I say to you, my brother died of lung cancer. What's the first question you're going to ask, because you smoker and somehow, if he's a smoker, he's responsible. DACA saw this a lot during the HIV AIDS crisis of the 19 eighties. One of the terms I got to hate. Was when people spoke about pediatric AIDS. They often used the phrase These are innocent victims of this disease. Well, you know to me anybody who had it was an innocent victim, Kyle Dixon Sisters have also encountered something like this, They say when they tell people their brother died from Covid, they're often asked whether he had pre existing conditions or if he was overweight. As if he was to blame for dying. It's as if two people in denial the virus isn't deadly if a person was overweight or old or had high blood pressure or diabetes. It becomes their fault that they died. Holly Pregerson is a sociologist specializing in grief, she says. Those judgmental comments they come from cognitive dissonance and anything, including death of a loved one from this disease, like they just they compartmentalize it. They're not going to process it. It gives them too much of a headache to try to reconcile. Pregerson says fighting cognitive dissonance rarely works. Don't waste your time trying to convince them of something that you're not going to convince them of for her peace of mind. Pregerson had to cut ties with some of her own family after her mother died of Covid. Kyle's sister, Stephanie says what has been helpful is joining a support group with other grieving people who agree on the facts about Covid, and in June, they placed the headstone on Kyle's grave. It says beloved son, brother and uncle. And it has a very pointed message on it, too. Yeah, it says Covid 19 on it. Her reasoning was simple. We want to make sure that people know Kyle's story and that he passed away from the virus, Stephanie says. It really helps to know that long after she's gone, the truth will be set in stone. For NPR News. I'm Brett Schultz in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. And that story.

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"more than $600,000" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"more than $600,000" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. C three a. I. This is Enterprise Ai. And from Americans for the arts. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. More than 600,000. People in the US have died from Covid 19, each leaving behind grieving friends, grieving family. For some Americans, it is hard to mourn when people in their communities or even in their own families, don't believe in the science of the coronavirus. These dismissive attitudes add another level of pain and anger to their grief. Bread shelters at W I T F in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has the story. Stephanie remote is going through some of her brother's old things, including the cold medicines. He used to treat his symptoms when he first got sick, and these are ones that He didn't quite finish. We really haven't thrown anything away. Really. Her brother, Kyle Dixon died from Covid 19. In January. He was a state prison guard here in western Pennsylvania in a pretty rural conservative community. Kyle was just 27 years old Like I'll never get to be at his wedding. I'll never get nieces and nephews like I'll never see him old like that was the last birthday In September, we got to celebrate with him. Stephanie says her brother was led astray by misinformation about the virus. He got it from other prison guards from friends on Facebook and some of his own relatives. Even after her brother had to be hospitalized. Some family members were on social media, repeating conspiracy theories and bragging about not wearing masks that were angry. So when people try to You know, talked about covid. They try to justify it or say it's not real, or, you know, look for a reason. Well, well, he was this. It's really hard. Now Stephanie and her younger sister, Jennifer, feel estranged from some of those family members. I don't talk to them. I don't care to talk to them. They're back to posting the same stuff. It's a hoax, Jennifer says if only they had seen what he went through. I wish they could have been there his last days and watched him suffer. Watch his heart. Still be able to beat his kidneys still producing urine because it was so strong, his liver still working. It was his lungs that were gone his lungs and that Mhm. Was only due to Covid after he died. Stephanie and Jennifer made sure that the death notice said that Covid is what killed Kyle. But a lot of other families want Covid left off death notices. Mike Kuhn is a funeral director in reading Pennsylvania. His three funeral homes have laid to rest hundreds of people who died from the virus. I've heard people that just like I don't know why, but I just don't want to have covid. Listed on the death certificate, and I don't want to hear that Covid had anything to do with my father's death, like people have said that to me, Coon says many families want to minimize Covid's role in the death. You know, I've had people say, Well, you know, my My mother or my father was was going to die. Probably in the next year or two anyway, and they were in a nursing home and then they got covid. And, you know, I don't really want to give a lot of credence to covid. In some cases. This creates a situation that psychologists call a disenfranchising death. Mourners feel they don't have the right to fully grieve because of controversy over the cause of death. Kendo CA is senior vice president of the Hospice Foundation of America. He pioneered the concept of disenfranchising death and a related concept disenfranchised grief. He says. This can occur when a person's death is tinged with the supposed moral failure and Mourners fear judgment from others. So, for instance, if I say my brother, which he didn't, but if I say to you, my brother died of lung cancer. What's the first question you're going to ask? Was he smoker? And somehow, if he's a smoker, he's responsible. DACA saw this a lot during the HIV AIDS crisis of the 19 eighties. One of the terms I got to hate. Was when people spoke about pediatric AIDS. They often used the phrase These are innocent victims of this disease. Well, you know to me anybody who had it was an innocent victim, Kyle Dixon Sisters have also encountered something like this, They say when they tell people their brother died from Covid, they're often asked whether he had pre existing conditions or if he was overweight. As if he was to blame for dying. It's as if two people in denial the virus isn't deadly if a person was overweight or older had high blood pressure or diabetes. It becomes their fault that they died. Holly Pregerson is a sociologist specializing in grief, she says. Those judgmental comments they come from cognitive dissonance and anything, including death of a loved one from this disease, like they just they compartmentalize it. They're not going to process it. It gives them too much of a headache to try to reconcile. Pregerson says fighting cognitive dissonance rarely works. Don't waste your time trying to convince them of something that you're not going to convince them of for her peace of mind. Pregerson had to cut ties with some of her own family after her mother died of Covid. Kyle's sister, Stephanie says what has been helpful is joining a support group with other grieving people who agree on the facts about Covid, and in June, they placed the headstone on Kyle's grave. It says beloved son, brother and uncle. And it has a very pointed message on it, too. Yeah, it says Covid 19 on it. Her reasoning was simple. We want to make sure that people know Kyle's story and that he passed away from the virus, Stephanie says. It really helps to know that long after she's gone, the truth will be set in stone. For NPR News. I'm Brett Schultz in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. And that story.

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"more than $600,000" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"more than $600,000" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"FM HD to four words. Conditions are miserable. One week after Hurricane Ida I'm pampas L fox news more than 600,000. People are still without power in Louisiana, which means no air conditioning amid stifling heat and humidity. In some spots, food, fuel and water are also in short supply. There are still some areas with standing water. Lafite, a small town in a parish in Lafourche Parish, just outside of New Orleans, was completely submerged. And now they've got some water and they're still trying to pick up the pieces there under these conditions of no power and running water. Fox weather is Robert Ray. In New Orleans power there should be mostly restored by midweek. In the Northeast Basements that filled with water are drying out, as residents in New York and New Jersey salvage what they can President Biden will visit both states on Tuesday. Prayers and condolences for hurricane victims from Pope Francis. While delivering his Sunday blessing in ST Peter's Square, the pope said May the Lord give strength to those who were suffering. Civil war is a possibility in Afghanistan following the Taliban stunning takeover chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mark Milley spoke to Fox's Jennifer Griffin. The collapse of the Afghan army happened at a much faster rate and very unexpected by pretty much everybody and then with that.

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"more than $600,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"more than $600,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Is K o g O k. M y I h d to San Diego. Breaking conditions are miserable. One week after Hurricane Ida. I'm pampas Self Fox news more than 600,000. People are still without power in Louisiana, which means no air conditioning amid stifling heat and humidity In some spots, Food, fuel and water are also in There are still some areas with standing water. Laffit, a small town in a parish in Lafourche Parish, just outside of New Orleans, was completely submerged. And now they've got some water and they're still trying to pick up the pieces there under these conditions of no power and running water. Fox weather is Robert Ray. In New Orleans power there should be mostly restored by midweek. In the Northeast Basements that filled with water are drying out, as residents in New York and New Jersey salvage what they can President Biden will visit both states on Tuesday. Prayers and condolences for hurricane victims from Pope Francis. While delivering his Sunday blessing in ST Peter's Square, the pope said May the Lord give strength to those who were suffering. Civil war is a possibility in Afghanistan following the Taliban stunning takeover chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mark Milley spoke to Fox's Jennifer Griffin. The collapse of the Afghan army happened at a much faster rate and very unexpected by pretty much everybody and then with that.

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"more than $600,000" Discussed on KCRW

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06:08 min | 1 year ago

"more than $600,000" Discussed on KCRW

"I mean, we've seen Red States, especially in the South, doing worse in vaccination rates and now in infection rates. I mean, what is the plan to try to get people on board? You're you're right that we have an ongoing challenge to get people vaccinated that said, we've been able to administer more than 320 million doses of vaccine in our country, which is extraordinary. And the vaccinations if you especially if you look at seniors where we were seeing the greatest proportion of deaths and hospitalizations that has been extraordinary, we have close to 90%. Seniors who have had at least one shot, so a lot of progress in the older groups But I am concerned and particularly about younger groups. What's really worrying me. Lulu, though, is the misinformation that is circulating about the vaccines. We know from polls that two thirds People who are unvaccinated either believe the common myths about Covid 19 vaccination or think they may be true. It's like you can get covid from the vaccine, which is absolutely not true. Ornaments like the vaccine causes infertility, which also has no basis in evidence. And so what we have to do is to think about how to better combat this misinformation. We've got a few strategies to do it number one. We're working closely with Doctors and nurses and other health care providers. Given that they are extraordinarily trusted sources of 80% of People say they want to talk to their health care provider before making a decision about the vaccine, so we are working with them, including getting the vaccine into their office. We're also trying to make it easier for people to get vaccinated by creating more on site vaccination efforts, particularly with Employers in schools as well as more mobile units that can help bring vaccine to where people are Dr Mercy, though some say getting full FDA approval for the vaccines would help you can hear there are on TV on Fox at being called an experimental vaccine, which it isn't of course. But why hasn't full approval happened yet? Well, it's it's a very important point you're raising, which is the distance is not experimental. And that's an important thing to emphasize here because we have more experience with this vaccine and with many other vaccines at this stage because of how many people have received it, why hasn't it been fully approved yet? The FDA now has the data and the application from two companies Pfizer and Moderna for, uh, be your full approval. If you will. Now the FDA is going through its process. We've got to let them look at that those reams and reams of data that have been submitted And my expectation is that they will issue a decision as quickly as possible. They know what's at stake here, which is they know that some people you know, will feel more comfortable with the vaccine once they are we talking weeks months. I think it's possible we will see something toward the end of the summer or early early fall. But you know, the bottom line is the FDA has to pursue its process thoroughly and completely. What we don't want Lulu is we don't want people to say Oh, this was a rushed process. They're going to be careful about this, but they're going to move as quickly as they can. Dr Murthy. Did we drop mask mandates too soon, though, looking at these rising infection numbers, I mean, President Biden declared victory was that too early? Wasn't mine did not declare victory. What He did declare signs of progress and is a very important point because we are not done with this pandemic by any stretch, and I can tell you from my personal conversations of the president. He knows that, um, bottom line with masks, though, and what they see when the CBC announced six weeks ago or so that people now have the choice about whether to wear masks because people who are fully vaccinated Had both a low risk of both transmitting the virus from getting the virus themselves. That decision did not mean that localities cannot make decisions about mass mandates based on what is happening in their community. And you already starting to see that some communities where vaccination rates are low and where cases are arising, are making the decision to go back. Towards having more restricted mass guidance. And and that's okay. You know you want this guidance Taylor. We've gone beyond the point where we're going to issue a broad mandate for the entire country because there are parts of the country Lulu where vaccination movies are really high, and cases are really low. That may concern, though, is that there are many pockets where vaccination rates are so low. That is where we are seeing the growth of cases, especially driven by the delta very in That surgeon General Vivek Murthy. Thank you very much. Thank you so much. Lily, take care. Joining me now is NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Hello, Good morning, More than a year into this crisis with more than 600,000 Americans dead. I mean, it hurts to even say that number. The federal government's response is Still subject to the pressures of partisan politics. I mean, what's your assessment of how the Biden administration is handling this next phase of the pandemic? I mean, we just heard Vivek Murthy there. Talking about, you know some of the limitations. Yeah, And as we just heard, he described a strategy that they've been describing for about two months now, which is this idea of just making vaccines available in as many places as possible and and and making it available from trusted sources like family doctors and pediatricians. You know, the other thing that they have been doing is community organizing style door knocking, where volunteers go door to door talking to members of their community about the benefits of vaccines. But What has happened, as the White House has talked about. The strategy is that, uh, right wing politicians, Republican politicians and others on conservative media have have misconstrued what's happening. Uh and and it is then further feeding hesitancy that is clearly out. There they are. They conservatives bristle at the idea of the government trying to tell them what to do, especially when it comes to vaccines. And and conservative politicians have have described this door knocking as if they're coming to find you, which is absolutely not what is happening, and this points to a bind that the White House is in. There are a lot of public health people who are arguing for the White House to put vaccine mandates in place or to publicly advocate for business in schools to put mandates out there..

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"Shot within the last 10 years, chickenpox. Required tuberculosis screening required only not the covid vaccine. How does this make sense? Well. You know, one might think that the Santas and he's not alone in this, uh, playing a little bit of populist politics, uh, and playing a little bit to the crowd, But of course, you know, and he understands. That you know, Cruise the cruise line, and the cruise companies is very important for them to know the vaccination status of people getting on board. The cruise is and of course, they had a confrontation where they suggest that they would have to move their ports to other states. If If the Santas didn't, uh, didn't find a way to come along it. So you know the Santas in that instance trying to find a way to look like he wasn't compromising because he loves Um, to kind of, um Talk about. I think he would think the latest statement he made was that he's for freedom that Fauci is, Um, even though of course for autism is what got him. Uh, the vaccines in the first place, so You know, there's been a little bit of a temptation for folks to play politics, uh, with this and and rather than simply kind of talk to people from a public health standpoint about what? What matters. Related. I don't know if you deal with this in the book. But when Biden came into office and vaccine resistance, was starting to bloom among Trump supporters. I wondered why by didn't abundant embrace and even celebrate trump out loud Just on this. Like I disagree with trump on so many fundamental things about our country, But we thank him for launching operation Warp speed and helping get us to this place so quickly. Now I'm going to pick up that mantle and run the implementation. And, you know, identified the vaccines with Trump to his covid disbelieving supporters. Did you and he ever consider doing that? Well when we came in recall that that the vaccine acceptance rate was about 40% And, of course, now of adult and of course, now we're close to 70% of adults. Uh, what we learned when we looked at the data was that endorsement by a politician really doesn't matter whether it's a Republican or a Democrat. The people that were Fed's actually thought that the vaccines were too politicized. And so, um, the the idea that a politician would come out and say get vaccinated doesn't move the needle as much as people might might think it does. What people What people want to hear from is actually their local doctors and the local pharmacies. Well, our distrusting of government of politicians of pharmaceutical companies, but they really believe that if their doctor or other people they trust locally, tell them that that kind of thing will will influence them more. And so, you know, I think that the president Biden showed quite a bit of restraint. And not tagging President Trump with a lot of the misdeeds that caused us to be here, But one thing we had to do was we inherited Um, no vaccine supply when we got there in January, 20th and of course, President Trump had promised that by the end of January, 100 million people would be vaccinated and we were so far from that. That we had to To do our best to level set with the public that we were starting much further behind than the Trump administration had promised. Listeners. If you're just joining us, My guest is Andy Slavitt, who until this month was senior adviser to President Biden on Covid. He ran the Medicare and Medicaid systems for a while under President Obama. He's got a new book called Preventable. We Can Take Phone Calls for for Andy Slavitt on anything related 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 or tweet a question for Andy Slavitt at Brian there And your book is called Preventable. We've now lost more than 600,000 Americans to Covid 19. It's amazing to me have that last 100,000 completely dropped out of the news. It was such a Big thing when we hit 500,000, but with vaccines, um, dominating the media landscape, we've lost another 100,000. People with Barely a notice If the US had done everything right Once the virus reached our shores, how much lower could that number have been in your opinion? Well, of course, it's impossible to do everything right, and we had to make allowances for the fact that you know it was. It was a novel virus. And we had you know the fog of war. People are making decisions. Uh and there's but if we would have made simply what I would consider that to be honest mistakes, in other words, if we would have leveled with the public told them the truth. Follow the science not politicized this, we would have probably looked more like Germany. Um Where the per capita death rate in Germany was about 70 to 80% lower than the U. S. And Germany was really kind of more middle of the road. So you know, that would have been, you know, get a call it 400,000 lives saved. And a lot of lot of them were some simple things when Trump when Trump knew That we had a pandemic coming here in January, If he would have simply said Hey, folks, prepare yourself. We have a problem. We have a challenge. Uh, Had folks would have taken people would have taken precautions. He didn't and in fact time dragged on and he went to bed every night knowing this, and it wasn't until the N B. A Uh, went out and then the stock market tumbled. It was mid march that he was forced to even acknowledged the pandemic. Until then, he kept saying it will go away. It's nothing So you know that alone is probably responsible for a great number of people who lost their lives because we just simply won't We're prepared and we're told to the contrary. The press release for your book says it was written in the tradition of the big short, which I'll remind people was the Michael Lewis book and then a movie about the financial crisis of 2000 and eight caused by the Wall Street driven housing bubble. What's the parallel between the big, short and Covid? Well, the book is really, um, character driven. Um, uh, book about my experiences over the.

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"P. N O. R. C Center for Public Affairs Research. There's a push on on Capitol Hill to learn more about the pandemic. Here's our Jackie Quinn, two senators, one Democrat and one Republican, have introduced a bill to establish a national commission to investigate the coronavirus outbreak that's killed more than 600,000. Americans. Senators Bob Menendez and Susan Collins say the pandemics. Death toll is more than 200 times that of the 9 11 attacks, But Congress has yet to establish that type of blue ribbon. Mission to investigate vulnerabilities in public health and issue guidance on how to better prepare for the future. This is a P news AP correspondent Ed Donahue reports now on the latest state to drop permit rules for guns Texas It means you can carry a gun in Texas without getting a background check or training Governor Greg Abbott says. It's about freedom and self defense. He connected it to the fight with a Biden administration over the flow of migrants across the Mexico border. There is a need For people to have a weapon to defend themselves, Abbott says. This goes against the federal narrative, the government officials saying, Heck, yes, Government is coming to take your guns. Texas will not let that happen. The leader of the group students demand action says this callous and reckless bill is an insult to every Texan who has been affected by gun violence. I'm Ed Donahue. As we begin the weekend gas is $3.7 a gallon, up three cents from a month ago, says the Triple A. A year ago. Gas was $2.11 a gallon I'm Rita Foley. AP News Get Dad the perfect gift now at Macy's Father's Day cell with an extra 25% off his favorite designers with your coupon or Macy's card that's.

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"Between leaders of the nations have focused on nuclear weapons this time. Big focus on cyber attacks, with many recent attacks coming from Russian soil. ABC Chief Justice correspondent Peter Thomas law enforcement officials want to know how can Biden Calibrate this without escalating this because a lot of law enforcement officials are telling me it could get a lot West a lot more difficult if the Russians choose to make this more intensifying because they can shut down the electrical grid sources are telling me they can do things to the water supply. So the key is How can Biden press the Russians but not escalate the situation? In addition to cybersecurity, there could be discussions of a prisoner exchange that would release two former U. S. Marines serving prison sentences. In Russia. Dave Packer ABC News More than four million in Massachusetts have now been fully vaccinated against coronavirus as the nation marks another milestone more than 600,000 dead from this illness. New research suggests coronavirus may have arrived in Massachusetts long before the first case was officially diagnosed. Evidence shows it may have been lurking in at least one patient as early as December. 2019. The first known case was officially reported in this state on February 1st. Study takes a look at long term health issues associated with Covid 19. The study looked at two million Americans who got the coronavirus last year and found that 23% of them had to see a doctor for something else a month or more after they were sick, Nonprofit Fair health conducted the study and found the most common new health issues included pain, breathing difficulties, high cholesterol, fatigue and high blood pressure, They say. Even people who were asymptomatic of reporting new health problems now, and researchers say this is particularly important because some people may not Even though they had covid but are now experiencing new medical issues that could be associated with it. Stacey Lynn CBS news vaccination effort is continuing to chug along here in Massachusetts, but now The shots start arriving by train, so the program is called Vax Express, where commuter rail cars are transformed into vaccination clinics for four hours at a time. The Blue Hill have t stop here in Mattapan is the first location offering the fighter and J and J Vaccine the Mbita working with several.

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"Area all in 12 hours from now. President Biden is set to meet with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, ABC, Rachel Scott in Geneva, Switzerland. Leaders are going to come face to face and two separate meetings. One is going to be a smaller meeting. We're told that there will be about four people in the room that includes obviously President Biden. Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as two senior advisers on both sides were told that the secretary of State, for instance, will be in that meeting. Then they're expected to break come back for a larger working meeting. That's going to include More officials were senior officials on both sides of the aisle here. And afterward, Mister Biden will hold a solo news conference. The president tweeting his condolences today to the families of the more than 600,000 Americans who have now died from Covid 19 governor, Andrew Cuomo, with a message to unvaccinated New Yorkers to honor essential workers. I'll tell you how you honor essential workers. You get vaccinated, so you don't need the essential workers against eight in California, lifting the last of their coronavirus restrictions today, a federal judge in Louisiana blocking the Binet administration suspension of new oil and gas leases on federal land and water. Could the January attack on the capital have been prevented fight FBI warnings There could be violence on Capitol Hill, FBI director Christopher Wray told the House Oversight Committee. Law enforcement fell short getting the warning to everyone. I agree. That we need to do better and have moved faster, and I've asked my staff to look for ways to expedite the process. Still, Capitol police and other authorities knew the potential for violence and we're still unprepared. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington The Illinois EPA is asking the state's attorney general to cite a chemical company scene of an explosion this week to determine what might have been released into the air or into a nearby river. Stocks closed lower today. The Dow down more than 94 points and NASDAQ off 101, You're listening to ABC News our.

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"Vladimir Putin, ABC. Rachel Scott in Geneva, Switzerland. Leaders are going to come face to face and two separate meetings. One is going to be a smaller meeting. We're told that there will be about four people in the room that includes obviously President Biden. Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as two senior advisers on both sides were told that the secretary of state, for instance, will be in that meeting. Then they're expected to break come back for a larger working meeting that's going to include more officials were senior officials on both sides of the aisle here and afterward, Mister Biden will hold a solo news conference. The president tweeting his condolences today to the families of the more than 600,000 Americans who have now died from Covid 19 governor, Andrew Cuomo, with a message to Unvaccinated New Yorkers who honor essential workers. I'll tell you how you on our essential workers you get vaccinated so you don't need the essential workers again. State in California, lifting the last of their coronavirus restrictions today, a federal judge in Louisiana blocking the Binet administration suspension of new oil and gas leases on federal land and water. Could the January attack on the capital have been prevented despite FBI warnings, there could be violence on Capitol Hill, FBI Director Christopher Wray told the House Oversight Committee. Law enforcement fell short getting the warning to everyone. I agree that we need to do better and have it move faster, and I've asked my staff to look for ways to expedite the process. Still, Capitol police and other authorities knew the potential for violence and we're still unprepared. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington, The Illinois EPA is asking the state's attorney general to cite a chemical Companies seen an explosion this week to determine what might have been released into the air or into a nearby river. Stocks closed lower today. The Dow down more than 94 points and NASDAQ off 101, You're listening to ABC Newt with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions.

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"That story and much more. But first, let's get this live Update from ABC News. Thanks for joining us at 10 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. More than a year after the outbreak began, the nation is marking a grim milestone in the pandemic. More than 600,000 Americans have died that, according to the John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more on the families and health workers on the front lines. The burden of the deaths of 600,000 Americans from Covid 19 is carried daily by families and caregivers. One of the hardest things To be here and see these things daily that we see Champagne. Cruise is a respiratory therapist that you see health in Colorado and then to go out and you go home and tried to live a normal life. And to carry on People who don't know what goes on in the ICU who don't take it seriously, who don't think it's important to wear their mask who chose not to get a vaccine? The virus, she told us is still very real. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK At the same time states once the epicenters of the outbreak are turning a corner, California fully reopening today and in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has lifted most of the remaining restrictions starting now that after reaching the goal of getting 70% of residents vaccinated And cases down to their lowest What New York has done is extraordinary. We went literally from worst to first a shift in how the Justice Department is dealing with domestic extremism, Attorney General Merrick Garland today, saying the DOJ, along with intelligence agencies will crackdown on racially and ethnically targeted attacks. He says, not posing the largest threat to national posing the largest threat to national security. Only way to find sustainable.

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"Fielding questions why he won't back. The House passed voting rights Bill West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation to protect The right to vote Mansion wrote in an op ed Sunday. He does not support this sweeping for the People Act that passed the house, saying he wants to pass the narrower John Lewis Voting Rights Act with Republican support. Elizabeth ALS the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that, according to an administrative source Also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S. Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, creating an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. Well, criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves. The encrypted devices. They were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are away the FBI's Suzanne Turner, the users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world. Alex Stone ABC News After more than 600,000 deaths, the U. S seen a turnaround in cases. The CDC says COVID cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News..

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"Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation. Shows the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that according to an administrative source, also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to Try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, created an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. Well, criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves the encrypted devices they were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are way. The FBI's Suzanne Turner. The users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world like stone. ABC airs after more than 600,000 deaths, the US seeing a turnaround in cases, the CDC says covid cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, You station Katya, Our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the T A R news app. You're breaking news and traffic. Now it's 202. Good afternoon. I'm Becky Lynn. And here is our top story. Arizona votes. Maricopa County voters are switching affiliation to other as opposed to jumping from one major political party to another 2 to 1. Moderates aren't the only ones leaving their parties. You've also got hardcore Republicans that don't like the direction of the Republican Party. You've got Democrats who aren't in line with Biden's brand of politics. And maybe Think they don't go far enough. Sally political consultant Emily Ryan, an issue civic education professor, Luc Perez says, say that we could blame the November election and the audit. But the Republicans may not be fearful with the Republican Party is doing this appeasing the current hard right base in such a way that doesn't turn off new voters or doesn't dissuade them from trying to recruit new ones. The recorder's office reports. 21,000 changes out of 2.6 million registered voters since March three times, including a Forensic on it. It's been determined to be clean as governor, Doug Ducey in an exclusive interview with our Mike Broom head, saying that the 2020 election in Arizona has been audited previously, and that Arizona's are more focused on the future. As it pertains to the 2022 election. Ducey says Republicans in the state should be judged on what they accomplished for the state between now And the election, ma'am. A few weeks ago, Ktrs Olive Aetna brought you the exclusive story of a 22 month old boy who was miraculously.

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"He's getting He doesn't want to lose his access to the Chinese research his relationships with the Chinese government. The Chinese doctors, he's got pressure from Biden, Biden is compromised up to his rear end. So is his son with China. No. And none of us None of them, including maybe even the officials who worked when Trump was president. Want the American people to think that we sent money? Right? Wuhan Lab, which was used for research that led to this coronavirus, escaping this developed under both administrations. So both administrations have an incentive to either ignore, downplay or lie about what went on looks like three administrations because judicial watch Has found out that between 2014 and 2019, the actual total number of monies that was sent to the Wuhan lab by the U. S government. $826,277 is now over $1,600,000. Yeah, and they were doing something which I don't know. You know, I've been talking to people about this just always like first impressions people have when they hear something new, and I said, Well, they asked What was the money for I go. It was too Enhance Make these viruses more dangerous and more transmissible. Had everybody to a person said. Well, why would you want to do that? Now you could give them the song and dance that Fauci was selling. Well, you know, we want to get a step ahead of the pandemic. It's like Yeah, But why would you want to do that? Why would you want to create a more dangerous, more transmissible virus, And by the way, if that was their strategy, it failed really badly, didn't it? My first reaction would be you're trying to make a biological weapon. Yeah. Then governments do that, yes or more in line with what you said. It's trying to say Well, in case this thing evolves into something more dangerous. We'll have it in the lab will know how to deal with it. Because because you know what Fauci is a great job, right? He's had great stature. A great job pays. Money is a revered figure in all this. If he gets a call from anybody's white house that says, Hey, can you send some money to Wuhan? Because we want to help them manufacture a biological weapon. Right? Or set it to North Carolina to send it to Galveston. Well, he's going to do it, and then he's got to have a cover story and the great thing about when you're in a profession, right when you're in an ivory tower profession, most people are intimidated by you. They think. Well, you know more than I do, right? I just went to a community college. You graduated from Harvard Medical School or whatever. So give me and Timmy she could sell him on anything. You can sell meant anything, and they go well, you know, I guess he knows what he's talking about. He's more accomplished than I am. So it's easy to snow. The public. What the hell do we know? We don't know. Until something bad happens. And then you go Wait a second, You were making more dangerous and more transmissible. And now we got you know how many people we have debt around the world. I just know it's more than 600,000 here. Yeah, Millions. Yeah, It's got to be at least a couple of million around the world. See everybody's lost count. There's so many people died. Nobody even knows anymore. Don't even know how many people have died in India Can't figure that out yet. Yeah, right. And then Yeah, there's probably at X percent of the total because they're just throwing bodies into the river now in India. So I I, you know, but but we even if we had known about this 10 years ago. Would anybody have been done anything to stop it now? This is what governments do. This is what military operations doing. Medical people do because they can Alright when we come back, Wow. Even the Bidens are leaving Venice will explain. Johnny can't CFI Deborah Marquez News Governor news son says he's been impressed with the way restaurant and bar owners adapted to the question effects of the Covid 19 pandemic. The Old Globe Theater in San Diego is set to reopen for the first time since closing because of Covid, both virtual and in person..

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"Some said that they got bigger bonuses to reimburse for the contributions, records show. New Breed workers contributed more than $600,000 to Republican candidates Dejoy supported it's not illegal to encourage workers. To contribute to candidates, but it is illegal to reimburse them if it's done to sidestep federal campaign contribution limits. I'm Jackie Quinn. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included eras Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar. Would they not, detective? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Bite administration lays out his plan to share vaccine doses with the world as demand for vaccinations in this country falls. The White House is touting the overall vaccination numbers. Already 63% of adult Americans have received at least one shot virus. Response coordinator Jeff Sciences, urging those who have not received at least one to do so. And the White House is playing up incentives available for getting shots. Free beer that seems to be very appealing. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki knows that may not be enough. Ultimately, this is going to be up to individuals to get shots in their arms. We can take every creative step we possibly can take Soccer Megane Washington Concrete barriers that block traffic for more than a year at 38th in Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy, Uh, the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Price says Traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of honoring the city's.

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The Bidens Reported $600,000 in Income in 2020

Fox News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

The Bidens Reported $600,000 in Income in 2020

"Simon No. One returning to tradition dating back to President Nixon, then broken by President Trump. The Bidens have released their tax returns. President Biden and the first lady earned $607,000 last year and paid a 25.9% federal income tax rate. The Bidens donated more than $30,000 to 10 Charities, the largest donation to the boat. Biden Foundation, named for the

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Customs Agents At Chicago O’Hare International Airport Seize Hundreds Of Phony Luxury Items

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Customs Agents At Chicago O’Hare International Airport Seize Hundreds Of Phony Luxury Items

"And hundreds of phony luxury items discovered by customs agents at O'Hare Airport yesterday, there were more than 400 bogus bags, sunglasses and wallets, replicating high end products like Chanel bags to your purses and even face Max from Louisville Town and Gucci. Value for real versions of all the items will be over. $600,000 Custom said the bundle was being shipped from Thailand to a home in Kansas and the name of the shipper was the same as that of the

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Washington DC landlords, property managers settle lawsuits over living conditions, pandemic evictions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC landlords, property managers settle lawsuits over living conditions, pandemic evictions

"Settling lawsuits in D C over shoddy building conditions and other acts. D C Attorney general Karl Racine announcing a host of agreements that begin with the Northeast landlord who was sued almost three years ago. Thomas Kay Stephenson, who runs to rent controlled apartment buildings, and Dean would was accused of forcing tenants to live with rats, Roaches, mold and inconsistent heat and hot water. Stevenson is now paying more than $600,000 in restitution to tenants and district penalties. Another owner who operates a building on cue street in Southie. He was also sued, agreeing to address security and gun violence around the property. And Racine also says the property management firm Lincoln will pay more than 17 Grand to D. C for improperly evicting tenants at war ones. Yorkshire apartments during the pandemic. Kenzo FEA W T O P News

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Walsh Confirmation Hearing for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be Labor Secretary

C-SPAN Programming

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Walsh Confirmation Hearing for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be Labor Secretary

"The confirmation process and today the president's nominee to Head up the Labor Department. He was before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee often referred to as the Health Committee, Senator Elizabeth Warren, introducing the Boston mayor Marty Walsh, calling him quote a champion for unions attracting corporations to Boston to create jobs. Kansas Senator Roger Marshall with this exchange with the Boston mayor over the issue of a $15 minimum wage, I look at a cost of living Median house in Boston $600,000. Median house in my hometown of Great Ben is $83,000. The cost of living index in Boston is literally to point to a multiple of 2.2. From where I live. You have a minimum wage right now of $12. These 12 70 80 $12 the minimum wage in Great Bend a 7.25. So was $7 our job in Great bend and be like a $16 our job in Boston, Massachusetts. I guess you know, I'm trying to get at is how can we have a nationwide minimum wage of $15, which which, Frankly, would kill a lot of jobs and Kansas. So had man. I'm all for If you want $15 an hour in Boston, knock your socks off. But in Kansas, that would be a pretty big wage job killing wage. Well, thank you, Senator. I think the You around minimum wage that you're gonna be debated on the Senate floor in the United States. Congress floor. President Biden has distressed that he is supportive of $15.50 dollars now minimum wage a nation wage national national wage. I support him in that $15 minimum wage, And I think that is going to be many conversations from now till something passes the Senate in the House. Around conversations about how that if, in fact that passes how does that $15 How many ways can instituted that from today's confirmation hearing for Marty Walsh and exchange with Republican senator from Kansas Senator Marshall He is, of course, President Biden's nominee to become the next labor secretary, and Marty Walsh, by the way, who joined the Laborers Union local to 23 at the age of 21. He served as the union president until he became the mayor of Boston Back in 2014 more from

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Boston Area's Bishop Feehan Hockey Team Returns To Ice After Teammate's Serious Injury

WBZ Afternoon News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Boston Area's Bishop Feehan Hockey Team Returns To Ice After Teammate's Serious Injury

"One high school hockey team from Attleboro is back on the ice for the first time since an accident put one of their teammates in the hospital or details from WBZ TV Stephanie Chan. It was an emotional return to the rink, the bishop fiend Boys hockey team, rallying together an Attleboro after their beloved teammate A. J. Quetta suffered Spinal cord injury during a game on Tuesday there coach Kevin Dunn. It was very uplifting. I thought that they had ages to sister speak, that was that was very much been very, very difficult for them. The high school senior remains in critical condition after undergoing surgery in Boston. The outpouring of support has been overwhelming A go fund me for Quetta has raised more than $600,000 to help with medical expenses. While the Bruins amplify the fund raising efforts no, the sports Community. You know the hockey community and in the end the Patriots to be as generous as they are, and it's absolutely you know, words can really describe it. It will be a long road to recovery for the 18 year old senior He certainly won't be alone. Had his sisters let the crowd in prayer before Yesterday's

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Notorious B.I.G.’s $6 Plastic Crown Sells for Nearly $600,000 at Sotheby’s First Hip-Hop Auction

Tim Conway Jr.

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Notorious B.I.G.’s $6 Plastic Crown Sells for Nearly $600,000 at Sotheby’s First Hip-Hop Auction

"A plastic crown worn by the notorious B. I G and his last photo shoot has sold for almost $600,000. The photograph who did the photographer rather who did the shoot in 1997 bought the crown for six bucks. Sotheby's in New York, held the auction last night. It's first hip hop memorabilia event.

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White House signals support for $600 jobless benefit

Garret Lewis

06:57 min | 2 years ago

White House signals support for $600 jobless benefit

"Trump to his credit, and you won't get the credit. But to his credit, Trump and some of the Republican allies in the Senate signal that they want to extend temporarily. These $600 per week expanded jobless benefit in order to fill the gap between now but nobody listened. Nobody listen, They just sort of left. Democrats have so far rejected an extension to anything. And they say the next relief bill needs to move as a complete package. Do you think they'll get punished? By the way? Do you think they'll get vilified in the media? For not wanting to do any work. They passed there. What the hell did they call it? They're heroes package. Which was nothing. But ah loaded down situation with money for special interests and attempt to buy votes for the Democrats in 2020. That's all it was. It was an attempt to purchase the 2020 election with your money. By the way, That's what that was all about. Now. Republicans argue the provisions passed in March at the peak of the crisis has discouraged people from returning to work. As when Ah added to their local inflamed benefit. Some workers are taking in Mohr than they had been paid to work. There are actually people benefiting There are people doing better right now. Not working. So where is the incentive? I mean, people want to go backto work? Sure. Percentage of people do. Some people like sitting around and watching TV. Even though there's nothing on TV, my God! I have seen every friends episode Every single friends episode at least three times since this started because we got into a bad time where there's nothing out there. I mean, show something else. I got really excited. A few weeks ago, they started showing psych marathons on TV. I loved psych for a while, they were showing Xena Warrior Princess Marathon. I like that. Watch those with sound out that kind of stuff. So I like that, but for by and large on a daily basis, I think it's on TBS. The on ly thing. Toe watch that's worth watching that has any entertainment value on TV. That's on TV. That's not streaming or anything like that is friends and I have seen every episode because my daughter is obsessed. And the words, guys. You guys are so lucky. You get to watch this when it was on my God felt lucky. Um, like watching Jennifer Aniston. I'm not gonna lie anyway. Democrats note that many people don't have jobs to return Tio with unemployment hovering around 11% in June, well because the country is not opening back up. So I mean, it's not, you know, one doesn't necessarily equate to the other President Trump was willing to extend the $600 bonus for another week as a bridge, while horse trading between the two sides continued. But the Senate adjourned as he addressed reporters at the White House on Thursday evening. That was a flaw. All right, not everything. I don't care what anybody says. Not everything Republicans do is perfect. Not everything Democrats do is bad. That was a mistake. McConnell sent people home. People are going to remember that That was screwed up, and that was a mistake. There is no reason to go home. There's no reason to adjourn. Certainly not on Thursday. Well, everybody else has to work works Friday. You know has to work on Friday. They should've stayed. They should have hammered it out. That is 100% What they should have done. I don't care what anybody says. That was a mistake, and that's going to cost us in November's just the reality, Trump said. We want a temporary extension of expanded unemployment benefits. This will provide a critical bridge for Americans who have lost their jobs to the pandemic through no fault of their own. This's not anybody's fault, he said, calling on Democrats toe work with him on measures which would stop Americans from being evicted from their homes and to pass another round of direct checks, which which both sides support. You just need to agree on a on a number. Now, of course, Democrats have been married to what they call the heroes. They passed their $3 trillion heroes package. How much time do you think I've actually spent? On the actual bills for this kind of stuff. And how much time do you think has spent on the acronym Do you think they have a subcommittee that comes up with the acronyms? You think there's a group that sits around and then comes up with the thing and with the actual bill and all the money And how long after that, do you think? Do we have to wait until the sub committee comes up with the acronyms? Did you know they got they got they got to test it. It's got to be heroes. It's going to be something positive. Obama and, um, did so. Democrats passed in the House passed a three tailed trillion dollar package last month, which would extend the $600 per week federal boost to January 2021 while also allocated $175 billion for rent mortgage aid again. I don't think I need to be $600. I think that we need the rent mortgage aid, but the bit what's one thing you never hear about? Is the bill was loaded down with money for special interests in an attempt to buy votes for the Democrats in 2020. As a result, it had no chance in the Republican controlled Senate Conservatives have refused to pass a measure. Peter Ki, even eager to keep the fourth aid package to around $1 trillion. On Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled his own heels act. They didn't focus group that one. Heels. I know what they're trying to do, but it sounds like they're a bunch of heels. They needed to do better without one with reduced federal unemployment insurance, But the Democrats won't budge, McConnell said. Day drill redline and sand liability protection. In the next Corona legislation. Otherwise, we're going to get the courts are getting it loaded down. But under liability protection. The courts are getting it loaded down because people are going to view this was an opportunity, too. So we talked about it earlier in the show. People are going to file lawsuits all over the place because somebody some restaurant somewhere didn't require people to cover their mouth when they got something like that. I got sick when I got not shows at this place, and therefore that companies that businesses you know, insurance has to pay me $600,000 because I got covert and I was afraid and the mental anguish with diet. That kind of stuff is gonna happen, so we need liability protection. We don't need $600 every week on top of what the states are giving us. And more than anything else. Everybody on every side. Every side of the aisle needs to come together and talk and negotiate and not just hold their breath and stomp their feet and it was a big mistake to send the Senate home. Huge mistake to send the Senate home because they still have work to do.

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Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department

"Council, wrapping up his discussions about cutting police funding by 50% more from couples that market here's what the mayor's actually proposing that they be cutting $600,000 in travel and training. Two million, not replacing positions. 8.5 1,000,000 in overtime. Two million and not purchasing equipment in a police contract correction and four million and not buying capital items. But what council members and community groups want are those funds to be redirected into a new form of policing how community responders can play a role in this new policing effort. Now the mayor's proposal that we just went through Those budget cuts don't reflect any of that Mayor's proposal reflects basically a belt tightening of sorts for the remainder of the year. The mayor has said. Any long term changes in the department cannot be implemented immediately. But that's what some of the council members one That's

City pays $600,000 to hackers who seized its computer system

Barsky Radio

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

City pays $600,000 to hackers who seized its computer system

"L officials here in Rivi, or a beach making headlines nationwide after paying a hacker to get their computer systems back officials voted this week to pay the hacker sixty five bitcoins, the value of six hundred thousand dollars city computers, have not been functional sense, an employee clicked on a militias emailing three weeks ago. And as a result, police and fire departments have been writing down nine one, one calls on paper city officials hope the hacker will hand over any encrypted data when the ransom is paid hackers have demanded a ransom Dunlop government computers in Baltimore, Maryland. But city leaders, they are

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City pays $600,000 to hackers who seized its computer system

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

City pays $600,000 to hackers who seized its computer system

"Meal. Florida city agrees to pay six hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin ransom. So hackers will release its computer records, the hackers encrypted the files after a Riviera beach employee. Clicked an Email link and allowed them to install malware. Rivera beaches also spending a million dollars on new computers and hardware. We told you the city of Atlanta was hit by a crippling ransomware attack last

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N.J. nursing home fined $600,000 following the deaths of 11 children

Tom Maoli's Go Big or Go Home Show

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

N.J. nursing home fined $600,000 following the deaths of 11 children

"Remaining New Jersey health center is being fined six hundred thousand dollars following a viral outbreak that led to the deaths of eleven children James flippin has the story that happened this past fall at the nursing center in Haskell when a strain of the ad no virus second group of patients with compromised immune systems. Federal inspectors say they found a number of life threatening violations during a follow up investigation. Leading to the fine reports indicate that the nursing centers now in line with both state and federal

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