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"nrc" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:22 min | Last week

"nrc" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"The doctors pharmacy. I'm doctor Mark Hyman. That's pharmacy with place for conversations that matter. And today we're going to have one of the most consequential conversations we've ever had on the doctors pharmacy. And with the manager of ravenhill, one of the leading climate activists and thinkers, we are in literally the Drake passage on our way to Antarctica to witness what is really happening there. We've already lost 3 trillion tons of ice from the NRC staggering to think about and we're really on the precipice, but the good news is there is good news. And we have a moment where we can actually transform all this and not let it be the disaster that it could be. I want to tell you about a man that she's really extraordinary. She's one of my absolute favorite humans. She's the executive director of the bucket list for fuller institute who point the term birth. And that is dedicated to accelerating the development and deployment of strategies of radically regenerate ecosystems, which is about what we need to be doing, which is restoring and regenerating. She also held the role as cofounder and executive director of project drawdown, the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming because it was the only plan. Proposed to reverse global warming. She's a member of sea stars at a capella group lending harmonies with new narratives of future that works for 100% of life. She's an avid gardener student or a small backyard farm to build soil, host pollinators create medicines and grow food, she lectures and speaks publicly on climate, biochar regenerative design, carbon dried out strategies, mindfulness, and systems thinking she's my kind of gal. And she's also an active member of an international community focused on addressing imminent global challenges and welcome Amanda. Thank you so much for having me. It's such an honor to be here. With you here today and also on this boat with this incredible crew of folks. Facing the wildness of the nowness. Wow, it's now in terms of the climate emergency and stepping into our presence and our wholeness as human beings. Yeah, as background, this trip is boat. It's not a vacation trip. It's a tip of carefully selected humans who have the intelligence to creativity, the entrepreneurship, and the networks to actually make a real difference in climbing. And we're here to bring awareness to ourselves and to the world and it's going to be quite, I think, an experience for us. And we're just.

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"nrc" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

Eye On A.I.

08:16 min | 6 months ago

"nrc" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

"And I very much hope that the recommendations will provide for a kind of sequencing to start with the easy wins first and have those happen in relatively short order. When we're talking about AI research, there are fields where a paper that was published two years ago is referred to as really old. And so I do think there is urgency to enable non commercial and basic AI research. So I do think there are short term things like expanding the NSF cloud bank program, like prioritizing low risk datasets that currently sit in many government agencies, but that's simply haven't been available to researchers and I would hope that is something that we could start to focus on in the short term. And then in the longer term, obviously, as you develop the data acquisition strategy for the NRC to turn to more of the medium and high risk datasets and contemplate proposals like the virtual data safe room, but when we're talking about lower risk datasets, for instance, when it comes to our understanding of the American justice system, the administrative office of the U.S. courts has what is a pretty inaccessible system about the federal courts and being able to open that up, make that available to researchers would lead to all sorts of interesting applications and understanding of the way that the U.S. justice system works or think again of the sort of lamb sad example of satellite imagery and what that has done for understanding of the earth. Do you have any sense of how much data currently exists in government silos that could be unlocked for academic research levels or some metric? I don't have an estimate of the scale of government datasets. It is large. I would be hesitant to just think about the amount of data. It's really is a data about something that is socially meaningful. So there's no question that if every click and interaction on an online platform is being recorded, that is quickly going to amount to a very large scales. But what government agencies have is data on some of the most meaningful parts of life, labor, birth, death, and being able to get access to those kinds of datasets would empower AI researchers to tackle some of the most important social problems of our time where talking about data from the U.S. Census from the Department of Labor on the job market from the administrative office of the U.S. ports if we made access to that kind of data easier we may have more of the amazing talent that exists think less about advertising and a little bit more about some of the really socially important challenges that are embedded within those kinds of datasets. And then the other question on the hardware in the cloud. Did you guys consider a specific hardware at all? We did not think about specific hardware. But what we did think about a fair bit in terms of the design of computing access is the flexibility to simultaneously compute on different platforms. Ideally, you would have a kind of portability so that it's possible to do cloud bursting. So you could imagine a base level access, but then you actually need to be able to run a very large job ideally, you would be able to do so in a way that is portable across different cloud providers. When you're going from a GPU, that's on AWS toward a TPU based compute on GCP, the software stack may not match. And so that is one of the really interesting pain points transitioning between different cloud providers. You're talking about an orchestration layer in effect. There's a company called rescale that I don't know if you ran across, but they do just that. They have the relationships with all the different cloud providers. The people using the compute resources don't have to go to every cloud provider. They go to one company that has this layer that can divide the problem up, come up with hybrid cloud solutions and that sort of thing. One of the biggest debates, obviously, right now is how do we ensure the ethical development of AI products and we really make three recommendations in the report of how to ensure that the NRC is used in ethical ways. And we're mindful there of the fact that this is still very much an evolving field. We have hundreds of different ethics guidelines and they are admittedly still at a pretty abstract level. And so one of the things we were very cognizant of is the concerns about direct government review, for instance, under vague standards of certain research projects is not hard to imagine that one could have a political appointee who has one view on some scientific issue and that could pose real potential speech academic speech challenges. Cognizant of that, we can make three recommendations in the report of how the NRC can really foster ethical use of the resource. The first is that for researchers applying for beyond base level access or datasets that are higher risk since there will be some application process involved. We follow a really great demonstration project that was done here at Stanford, where through a grant making process researchers were required to provide ethics impact statements. And we think that's a great idea. Second, we're imagining that academic researchers will get base level access without having to go through a custom grant application process because the overhead could be very significant for that. And for that, we think that the NRC should have a process to handle when there are complaints that arise about unethical use of the resource. But we caution also that the standard should be fairly high the concerns about government review of academic speech and that it should be done by independent body much in the same way that you have independent merit panels that NIH or NSF will have to review societal broader impact statements. The third thing is that how we best foster ethical reflection in AI development is still very much an ongoing enterprise that we as a community are thinking about. And there are definitely critiques about the reliance on X and T ethics impact statements. Maybe really hard to anticipate. The kinds of ethical choices that need to be made in the development process rather than at the very outset of a research project. And there we really think that one of the potential interesting models comes actually from the way that the biomedical sciences in the NIH in particular have thought about ethics, which is that they have provided funding mechanisms to have bioethicists be embedded within research teams. And they are the ideas that as you're making ongoing discretionary calls, it just becomes much more of a conversation to figure out what ethical principles are implicated how to trade off different values and to build that right into the design process. And so that is something that I think more generally for the field would be valuable that collaborative consultative model has a lot of promise. One way of thinking about it is that if you have purely technical measures of performance be often ignore how AI systems are likely to be embedded within human institutions and so having a wider range of perspectives like that embedded in the development process can actually be quite valuable rather than thinking about those entirely at the outset when you're proposing a research project or at the tail end when a research project has concluded. And that would include the legal implications, wouldn't it? Potentially, yes. One of the reasons why we propose here that the NRC start with faculty at.

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"nrc" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"nrc" Discussed on AP News

"Sole remaining pro democracy newspaper is publishing its last edition. The Apple Daily has been forced to shut down after five editors and executives were arrested and millions of dollars in his assets were frozen as part of China's increasing crackdown on dissent. The border directors of next media says in a statement. The print and online editions will cease due to the current circumstances prevailing in Hong Kong. The daily was founded by tycoon Jimmy Lay in 1995 just two years before Britain handed Hong Kong back to China and initially was a tabloid known for its celebrity gossip. I'm Charles. A new poll on American attitudes toward a core conflict in the Middle East finds about half of Democrats want the US to do more to support the Palestinian And the poll from The Associated Press N O. R C Center for public affairs Research finds differences within both Democratic and Republican parties on the U. S approach towards Israel and the Palestinians, with liberal Democrats wanting more support for the Palestinians and conservative Republicans seeking even greater support for the Israelis. The poll also shows more Americans disapprove of President Biden's approach to the conflict, then approve of it. Overall, the poll shows 29% of Americans say the US is too supportive of the Israelis. 30% say it's not supportive enough, and 36% say it's about right and its approach toward the Palestinians. 25% say the US is too supportive 32% say it's not supportive enough. 37% say it's about right. I'm Julie Walker, a New Associated Press and or C Center for Public Affairs Research poll provides fresh evidence of a rift among Democrats and Republicans over US policy toward Israelis and the Palestinians. The poll shows. Overall, Americans are divided. It also shows more Americans disapprove of President Biden's approach to the conflict that approve of it. Among Democrats, 51% say the US is not supportive enough of the Palestinians. The sentiment jumps to 62% among liberal Democrats. On the other hand, 49% of Republicans say the US is not supportive enough of the Israelis. The number rises to 61% of conservative Republicans. I'm Julie Walker, the poll shows. Overall, Americans are divided. It also shows more Americans disapprove of President Biden's approach to the conflict that approve of it. Among Democrats, 51% say the US is not supportive enough of the Palestinians. The sentiment jumps to 62% among liberal Democrats. On the other hand, 49% of Republicans say the US is not supportive enough of the Israelis. The number rises to 61% of conservative Republicans. I'm Julie Walker. The poll from The Associated Press NRC Center for Public Affairs Research finds differences within both Democratic and Republican parties on the U. S approach towards Israel and the Palestinians, with liberal Democrats wanting more support for the Palestinians. Conservative Republicans seeking even greater support for the Israelis. Over all the polls shows 29% of Americans say the US is too supportive of the Israelis. 30% say it's not supportive enough, and 36% say it's about right in its approach toward the Palestinians. 25% say the US is too supportive 32% say it's not supportive enough. 37% say it's about right. I'm Julie Walker..

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NYC-area nuclear plant sale for decommissioning is approved

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

NYC-area nuclear plant sale for decommissioning is approved

"The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has approved the sale of the Indian Point nuclear power plant in West Chester to a New Jersey company for dismantling the group is expected to issue an order in a week to allow plant owner energy to transfer its license to hold tech Decommissioning International It was approved, despite petitions from state and local officials for the NRC to hold public hearings before taking

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Pandemic taking harsh mental health toll on young adults

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Pandemic taking harsh mental health toll on young adults

"Evidence today that the Corona virus pandemic has taken a harsh toll on the mental health of young American. A majority of Americans ages 18 to 34 say they have atleast sometimes felt isolated in the past month, compared with about 40% of older Americans. That's according to the latest covert response tracking study conducted by NRC at the University of Chicago, 25% of young adults who are going through life transitions like starting College and finding jobs rate their mental health as fair or poor. Compared with just 13% of older adults. I'm Shelly Adler.

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Poll: Pandemic takes toll on mental health of young adults

Dennis Prager

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Poll: Pandemic takes toll on mental health of young adults

"Is saying the corona virus pandemic has taken a harsh toll on the middle health of young Americans. A new poll says the corona virus pandemic has taken a harsh toll on the mental health of young Americans. A majority of Americans ages, 18 to 34 say they have atleast sometimes felt isolated in the past month, compared with about 40% of older Americans. That's according to the latest covert response tracking study conducted by NRC at the University of Chicago, 25% of young adults who are going through life transitions like starting college and finding jobs rate their mental health as fair or poor, compared with just 13% of older. Walt. I'm Shelly

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"nrc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"nrc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well, looking at the line up tonight, you know, asking about Slater. Is Slater growing on you at all I know they pinch it from last night with Dickerson and because the move by Dave Roberts, which worked out for the Dodgers, but House later doing in your eyes. I like litter allot of 20 how last season ended for him, and I think it's just sort of left with a bad taste in our mouth. But what he came up, he was ripping the cover off the ball in San Diego, and he did it for a few months, And in that final month of the season he had like a 0 82 or No. 85 batting average was awful, but I think he's in a good situation right now. I like him at the top of the line up against the lefty in his plan. He banged up a little bit in a serious earlier in the season, but He's growing on me. How about you are you went on Twitter right now? Yeah. Yeah, The bats are better. He's still hitting them on the ground, and he looks a little bit right field oriented. Yeah, He looks more confident in the batter's box. And I like that so In a season like this. This is his year, and I think you've you know, you've got to turn him loose. And I know they like the platoon and all that stuff. But he's one guy, I would turn loose a little bit more. Yeah, I'm with you on the Redfield approach, but I think that's what they like about think they're okay with into this off the line of going the other way, But, yeah, I'm okay with it. Yeah, I think he's got to pull the ball and put it in the air. I think that's one of one of the big things. Hey, I wanted to mention someone with you. And you know, we have so much so many things to go over. Kelly Johnson is not going to have our contract renewed at NBC Sports Bay Area. There's a great job I've had around the show. I don't know you may have had her on the radio show from time to time. But she is a baseball person and those thegame well and grew up around the game, and I think it's a loss for everybody not to have her back next year. She's going to fish out the season with NBC Sports player says the pre game On TV, and I won't just wanted to get your thoughts on her if you know her. Yeah, I don't know where personally, I've always appreciated your work. NRC took over for Ahmed Farid, which were big shoes to fill, but she did it smoothly.

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With 100 days to Election Day, more say US on wrong track than at any point in Donald Trump’s presidency

Fox News Sunday

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

With 100 days to Election Day, more say US on wrong track than at any point in Donald Trump’s presidency

"On ABC is this week, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was asked about the Trump Administration strategy to stop the spread of the virus has been working around the clock. The president has been very clear. Whatever amount of money whatever amount of time needs to be invested. We're doing that. We're hopeful that with some of the breakthrough technology on therapeutics that will be able to Announce some new therapies in the coming day. With the presidential election just 100 days away. More Americans now say the country is heading in the wrong direction that at any time in Donald Trump's presidency. The new poll results from The Associated Press NRC Center for Public Affairs

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"nrc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We can apply our business tale that's Julie Bailey a former north shore salon owner who now advises in six states for a false alarm systems she says some states that are allowing limited openings mandate questionnaires to make sure everyone's healthy how do you feel today have you been around anybody that has been sick do you feel feverish you have a cough all those things have to become consideration of walking into a salon because you want to be safe when you're doing something like this is something doctors offices do when remote consultations don't work remains to be seen whether the salon industry here in Massachusetts is deemed essential enough to give those guidelines to try Kendall Buell WBZ Boston news radio also remains to be seen how that deals with the issue of a symptomatic people a new poll from the Associated Press in the north center for public affairs research and R. C. the NRC center says most people surveyed do not think it is safe to lift restrictions any time soon only twelve percent of Americans in the survey say the restrictions go too far about twice is that believe the limits don't go far enough the majority of Americans survey sixty one percent feel the steps taken to prevent infections are spread in there area or just about right when you think of WBZ newsradio one thing fact based reporting state health officials say we are just days away from a surgeon cove in nineteen case essential information curfews for the next three weeks art by news you can trust in recommending that people stay inside between nine PM and six AM stay safe stay informed and stay with WBZ Boston news radio traffic is next still not refinance your mortgage will soon you might be kicking yourself in the head rates are at historic lows at the same time home values gone up roughly fifty percent.

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"nrc" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on WJR 760

"Jackass but you know before we get to our next segment an important one it is yes it is earlier you were saying that you got a text from Bernie Sanders can Bernie Sanders camp I would say right now Bernie zero I didn't get one bothers a lot of people NRC way because I don't know how they got my number but I get these little there from a six one six area code hi Kenneth is Louis with Bernie to twenty Bernie believe blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah you know the Charlie Brown TJ Miller I. sources big thing at the end user are you in for burning so I replied back I'm gonna reply back at all I know you do it like this curse words yeah no basically I said nobody but I put it back I want to see if I can get a reply back at easy's automatic these bots and now we get these things but I don't know how to even get my number well I gave it to you know you're doing because Kevin is your friend that's right because you know Bernie eighty is only a dollar based on what you typed I wouldn't I wouldn't plan on respect just me it was a letter from a filter it wasn't an adolescent every once in a while the only tie a video will go viral that could be because it's funny could be because there's drama involved could be for any number of reasons and certainly when you realize something's gone viral you don't wanna be on the outside looking in you take a look at it this one is just horribly horribly sad a modern Australia is begging for anti bullying measures after her nine year old son threatening suicide because he was bullied at school in his grueling and I do mean grueling six minute video I couldn't make it to the full six minutes Yurok of Dale's nine year old son is seen crying in the car and asking for a knife he was diagnosed with Akan do old plaza plaza contrapositive of form of dwarfism within days after he was born so his appearance is a little bit different right both of you could easily say that as humans on the surface we are all a little bit different bales upload the video to Facebook this past Wednesday in a sense received more than twenty million views and has been shared hundreds of thousands of times around the world again I made it through about two minutes tops of this thing because that's how old rific it is we've got some tailored to share with you and I urge you you know when you get home take a look in in in in is very very powerful just what my son up from school.

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"nrc" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Poll from Associated Press and the NRC center for public affairs research sixty six percent of Democrats report anxiety about the election compared to forty six percent of Republicans Democrats are also more likely to feel frustration Republicans Emma remember this is in the middle this poll was taken in the middle of an impeachment trial ever report of a Republican president right Republicans meanwhile are more likely than Democrats to declare excitement about the race and the share of enthusiastic Republicans appears to be rising Democrats often described deep uncertainty about what sort of candidate has the best chance and whether the party will be able to win votes there's also hard division over policy and whispers about a contested convention it can all feel a bit too much for some I'm you know it's it's impossible to know what everybody thinks about it we know what the far left things they don't care they get him out of office anyway you can but you start looking at other Democrats who aren't the far left and there are some left in the rank and file I think people grow tired of it remember when you know after the impeachment of the house we have the Christmas break in the Nancy held onto it for thirty days we come back after the first of the year and you didn't hear hardly anything on impeachment you know we ask question yesterday if if the trial ends late Friday night or or Saturday will anybody be talking impeachment in the media a week from today you know next Friday it's our it's our will anybody you know the thing you came up with awhile back will we be still talking about this next Friday the president will his campaign will and they need to but the media I think they want to move on will there be blame after Mauler remember Nadler got pounded by Democrats will there be blame for the partition impeachment excuse me the bipartisan vote to reject impeachment well not right okay because it because it probably will go.

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Has India's Narendra Modi gone too far with controversial new citizenship law?

The Current

08:53 min | 2 years ago

Has India's Narendra Modi gone too far with controversial new citizenship law?

"In this bill they are targeting a community without naming it. It violates the basic structure took the constitution divisive and exclusive for more than a week. People in India have been in the streets protesting against Winston new law that fast tracks Indian citizenship for migrants. Except if they're Muslim critics say the law discriminates against Muslims and that it undermines India's history as a secular nation. I'm Laura Lynch and this is the current weekly. People in India are divided about the new law as we discovered in the streets of New Delhi Natural India because where else Lugo Muslims have an Islamic country to go Christians any Russian country to go for the Hindus. Will this and the seats. They had nowhere else to go. But for India and now India has has made it possible for them to have legitimate citizenship rights. This is the sort of majoritarian agenda that is taking place in this country right now and the real failure. Is that all the citizens at large as we designed by helplessly as we see targeting the minorities of this country just by protests intensified across the country earlier this week after police stormed to universities to try to stop demonstrations through tests across India after action against wounds at Jamaica's the illegal Muslim university from Sam the by Johnny Gert Chen Ni- students standing in solidarity with their colleagues to understand more about what's going on. I spoke to Arpaio Sherwani. She's the senior on your editor for the wire. India's largest independent online news site. People very very angry I was a million Slavia. The university one of the university that has been indirect. Target of police. Brutality is I was reporting from there I spoke with a couple of dozen people and they told me the stories disgust and atrocities that the police committed on these students. They were they. Were assuming that maybe you know by this heavy massive. Crackdown dare going to break the spirit of students but I think it is going to have country the impact on the students bodies because there are no protest all over India led by Muslims slim's but there are people from different religions all religions who were protesting against this anti constitution law irrespective of faith irrespective of religion irrespective of our political affiliations. All over India. There is no major city left which is not good protesting. How many people in India are Muslim so there are about fourteen percent people as per the two thousand eleven census about two hundred million Muslims living in the moment and tell us what exactly is the citizenship amendment? ACT The law intense to make it easier for non Muslim immigrants from India. Three Muslim-majority neighbors namely Pakistan Afghanistan and Bangladesh to become citizens of Indem so if you entered India before December thirty first two thousand fourteen on legal or illegal documents. And if you have been living here for six years you are entitled for Indian citizenship but there is a condition for it so you may be living Annandale for six years as you. You should have entered India before December. Thirty first thousand fourteen. But you should not be a follower of Islam so you you only entitled to get that doesn't ship ship. Only maybe belonging to any other religion. Why why are? Muslims voted excluded because the government is giving his argument that they I want to give shelter to persecuted minorities in its neighborhood because they're basing their argument on assumption that these Muslim majority countries. He's had nothing against Muslims themselves because they are Muslim countries so the only people who are being persecuted there are non Muslims. This argument when they want to they want to give to the people. Okay so why is that threatening today. Muslims in India right so there is one thing which is against the law. But I'll tell you that this is not the full story. This is not the full picture so the thing is that people are arguing Stefan. It violates the basic structure of constitution that Indian constitution cannot discriminate with its citizens on the basis of village. And so if you cannot discriminate against your citizens you cannot give citizenship based on religion. Now well you asked me this. The reason that people street this is only the food picture is that is a another scheme of the government of Indiana the program that they have brought in the northeast provinces province of India. This is a Sam they have already implemented the scheme into skull and our see National Register sure of citizens that every citizen is liable to prove that they are Indian citizen. Not just they are citizen. They were born here. The their father was born here. Their grandfather was born here. And what's what's wrong with that now as you know that majority of Indians live below poverty. Line a millions and millions of people who do not have a single document to prove that they were born. You're not have birth certificate. They have no certificate at all to prove proved that the Indian citizens so this is against the war of this country so that so let me just okay but you just said that it is against the poor. That doesn't mean necessarily that. It's targeting Muslims right so assume that after NRC's conducted they may be two two hundred million people who are who may not be able to prove that they are Indian citizens out of h all non-muslims apply for Indian citizenship under Citizenship Amendment Law except Muslims. You're a journalist in India. You're you're a citizen of India but you're also Muslim yourself. How are you personally feeling about this? The law you know. I'll tell you that as a citizen of India as journalists and as well as as a as a Muslim I feel. This is absolutely heartbreaking. So suppose if there are thirty five people working here in my organization only I will be asked to prove my citizenship. Only I will be the one who's not able to prove citizenship. I will be going to the detention engine cap. Cam and just thirty people will be will be eligible for citizenship. My grandfather my father. Both of them rejected wanted Pakistan the country which was being built in in in the name of religion because they trusted secular India more densely Pakistan and after seven seven decades. They are being told that you're not Indian enough. But how could this new law affect you. Because I'm not able to provide documents for you. Is that not true. I'm saying I don't know they might reject these documents on the basis of anything. We have this example of a Sam in front of us that if even if there is a slight spelling mistake if there is anything there are people who were serving in an army a gentleman. He served for four decades and he could not provide documents documents under an artsy. You mentioned detention camps. That are those actually being built. They are being to be already have a few thousand people living in innocent in detention camps view India. A new normal today any TV stockton sheltie reports from this massive center. It's India's first attention action center which will house lacks of people who will be declared stateless after various appeals. And it's been all close to ten years that are people living in contention camps under UN human conditions that has nobody from outside. WHO's allowed to go in and check? How exactly they are? They're doing inside There are reports that even in in major city is planning to build these detect detention camps are A. How likely is it that the law is going to be challenged? In the Supreme Court there are Hordes of people so they may be one petition safer Muslims. They may be one petition from say Christians but this is going to be largely the civil society groups That are going to the Supreme Court and I have full faith on India's Supreme Court India's judiciary that they will strike down at one glance because there's does nothing that suggests that this will pass the scrutiny off the court with how long will that take for a for a court to hear the case and issue a decision that is actually part of it. Not that you know the time between now and when we finally have destruct down they may be a lot of damage that we will already see happening on the streets of

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Protests Continue Over India’s Religion-Based Citizenship Bill

Morning Edition

03:41 min | 2 years ago

Protests Continue Over India’s Religion-Based Citizenship Bill

"India has deployed its army cut four G. internet imposed curfews and canceled trains and flights and parts of the northeast Indian authorities were responding to thousands of people who protest after citizenship amendment bill passed last night that law changes the rules on who can become an Indian citizen and it uses religion as a criterion for citizenship for the first time and here's one for has been reporting on this new legislation and she's on the line from our bureau in Mumbai he learned hi Noel so what is this new law say what does it mean so the law makes undocumented migrants eligible for passports it's sort of like a path to citizenship like an amnesty India has very strict citizenship laws if you come into the country without a visa you normally have no path to citizenship and this law changes that it grants passports to religious minorities from three neighboring countries Pakistan Afghanistan in Bangladesh there's a majority Muslim countries but to be eligible for this you have to be Christian Hindu Buddhist seek or a member of a couple other smaller fates you cannot be Muslim so that exclusion of Muslims is what has many people upset they say this law violates the secularism and equal rights enshrined in India's constitution and today opposition lawmakers filed an appeal to the Supreme Court the president has not yet signed it into law but already it faces legal challenges okay so at the heart of this is that people are protesting because they see this law not as something that helps people from these other faiths but as Peeta but as a law that the I. B. is basically on its face anti Muslim yes some people are protesting because of that the law doesn't apply to many persecuted groups in South Asia who happened to be Muslims like the opportunities in Pakistan the house are as in Afghanistan rocking the Muslims there are hundreds of thousands of them in refugee camps in neighboring Bangladesh in this doesn't apply to them but lots of protests over this are in awesome that's one of the most diverse state in India's northeast and it's where immigration is a very sensitive issue people are worried that undocumented migrants as they become legal will stay permanently will dilute local culture will compete for local jobs and two people are not some are angry because also that's where the government is conducting something called the NRC the national register of citizens it's like this local census designed to root out undocumented migrants and about two million people most of the Muslims have been unable to provide documents to prove their citizenship and are therefore slated to lose it even people whose families have been here for generations so in Assam all this is happening at the same time that's why many there and elsewhere see this as unfair and by the way they have some support abroad and Human Rights Watch Amnesty International even a U. S. government advisory panel all called this law on fair and called it anti Muslim and that US panel went as far as to call for sanctions against India's home minister who introduced this introduced this bill that's interesting so the center of this is an awesome basically what the hell bigger the protest when using a curfew is in place this morning thousands of people defied that curfew though they burned tires in the streets it's evening now darkness has fallen things have gone quieter protests have actually been going on all week but earlier we saw vehicles burned up telephone poles toppled politicians homes vandalized dozens of protesters have been arrested tear gas was fired at them president of prime minister Narendra Modi's has called for calm he tweeted out a statement

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New poll shows 47% of Americans support impeachment probe, while 38% disapprove

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

New poll shows 47% of Americans support impeachment probe, while 38% disapprove

"The Associated Press NRC poll on attitudes towards the house impeachment investigation finds forty seven percent supported thirty eight percent disapprove but fifty three percent see it as politically motivated a B. Washington bureau chief Julie pace says while the party members are broadly split along partisan lines their opinions could change here is a small group of Democrats who say maybe this is just more of a political exercise than something that is that is focused on on true high crimes and misdemeanors and you do have a percentage of Republicans who believe that what the president did in his phone call with the Ukrainian president and broadly in Ukraine policy of may have been on ethical this is a P.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About this with me thanks so much and we tried to talk with some Republican candidates who have recently announced their candidacies did the prospect of impeachment push them off the sidelines and on to the political playing field we did get a hold of Republican former state Rep Dale craps potential challenger to freshman democratic rep shared golden in Maine second district trump carried this rural northern Maine district by ten points earlier this month crafts told politico it's certainly sparked something in you when you see this bombardment against our president but well he wanted to talk with me he told us he was deep in the Maine woods moose hunting and well there's not much chance of getting Skype to work out there he did offer to speak with us next week but I knew there was one person who could talk about the role the impeachment inquiry was playing an energizing Republicans to run for Congress and whether or not it's boosted fundraising this is Parker Hamilton pulling on the executive director of the an RCC Parker polling is in charge of making sure that Republicans have the candidates and the resources to win congressional seats and twenty twenty we already had pretty huge enthusiasm on our side we've already had seven hundred and five Republican candidates file for Congress and our previous high water mark was twenty ten we took back the house and at this point in the cycle we had four hundred ninety seven so we were already seeing the leftward drift of kind of the house Democrat majority was has been motivating candidates from the beginning but I do think there are some a few that aren't quite yet ready to announce that are motivated by the impeachment proceedings what do you think is different this year than in twenty eighteen in terms of the motivation for candidates to jump in I do think it's you know sort of as I said the extreme left word movement of the majority between you know kind of the squad leading the way but I think a lot of people are looking around and feel like we're at an inflection point where the party is really the the Democratic Party S. turn towards socialism and it makes them really concerned about the future and I think the democratic presidential battle is accentuating that as well obviously it's a race to the base and I think a lot of our candidates are really I see that and want to want to do something talk to us a little bit about how these last three weeks or so since the impeachment inquiry says began what it's meant for fundraising for the committee and what you think it's meant for fundraising for individual Republican candidates yeah I mean I think especially in sort of the small dollar on digital fundraising has been just for the roof huge enthusiasm from Republican base voters to defend the president and to help elect Republicans who will you know stand up for the processes that we you know have always followed in this country and also stand up to the space less inquiry so it has been a huge fundraising push for us and really just organic of people stepping up and you know responding to things that have never given before and we've seen that obviously we've seen that the NRC see the RNC and they just released their September number which was a single month record for any party candy ever when all is said and done do you think that the issue of impeachment is going to be front and center in twenty twenty I mean for us what the issue of impeachment is important to us because it is distracting the Democrats from the promises that they made a lot of these Democrats in swing districts said and then work across the aisle to get things done my priorities are lowering the cost of prescription drugs of fixing health care of getting a tree deal done and none of those things are happening because the majority is so consumed by this impeachment process how does a Republican candidate Sir manage the top of the tech act when this Canada thing to talk about themselves and what they want to do and what they believe you know we are both as parties going to have conversations about the top of our ticket whether that's you know on the Democrat side or on our side but I think the most important thing for these candidates is to articulate what what they're for why they're running the roots in their community and what is motivating them and the teams that they want to be a part of in Washington cell I I think it's so much more important for them to talk about themselves and what they believe and what they've done and why they're running than a story about the presidential race which they have no control over well it's funny because in twenty eighteen a lot of Democrats took that same advice running out much more about themselves and their background than they did about the president right and that is similar device you're giving to Republicans running in twenty twenty yeah Parker bowling thank you for coming and talking with me today it was my.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hollis international and and midway and and to Bellingham middle school and wall and company leaving Whalen the in just about ten minutes and on another local highway protesters will gather on the route three overpass in Kingston starting next hour they're demonstrating against the nuclear regulatory commission's refusal to halt the license transfer of the now closed pilgrim nuclear power plant Attorney General Maura Healey tried as well to get the NRC to at least slow down the process no go there critics have been raising questions about the company that once the license to decommission the plan saying the company lacks the money and the expertise to do it safely let's check your rod we do it every ten minutes and we do it right now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is joining us is Mike king Mike with the latest out there Ellery we've got troubles north of the city on ninety three south bound delays through Woburn from commerce way down to the remains of a car fire shortly after one twenty eight the right lanes are blocked there and north bound at a crawl from the upper deck all the way up towards that scenes what tough start for ninety three elsewhere one twenty eight north bound crawling route to weigh up to four and two twenty five in Lexington then when street up to ninety three south bound delays route two way down into walls and the expressway south hardly moving at all from the tunnel down towards the gas tank back in it by furnace brook parkway northbound is slow going east Milton I passed upon that circle and coming up towards the tunnel one twenty eight south delays through Dedham route one thirty five down pass through one eight ninety three is back to both ways getting to route twenty four downtown the lower deck of ninety threes okay the backup starts on the second bridge delivery connectors all filled in the Ted Williams tunnel westbound jammed up inside so were those connector tunnels and that Callaghan tunnel with the left lane break down inside my king WBZ's traffic on the three S. okay Mike thank you for that update and the weather update looking at a beautiful afternoon not as humid today really can feel back cough in the dew point and then.

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"nrc" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of the NRC's toward recruiting and encouraging women candidates well first off I think this is one of the the great unwritten stories from the from the last election hi and maybe it goes back to where I I don't accept the narrative a first if nobody seems to want to write about the fact that there were a record number of women running as Republicans in the last election for the US house of representatives one hundred women all right the real story from the last election is that Nancy Pelosi in the triple C. and a guy named Bloomberg crop of millions of dollars specifically on our female candidates whether they were coming or if they were first time candidates mean go ask Keren handle how it felt to have millions drop down I think close to five million dollars from Bloomberg glass medium Walters hi so the idea of this narrative that's been set up as a false narrative you can in the at the R. C. C. since the beginning of the year again our job is to recruit candidates that that and it's interesting because I've said that our our party but I party already does reflect a great cross section of America you can go out there and you guys in the press are gonna have a lot harder time then I am going into major urban areas in finding Republicans because they're afraid to talk to you the left has become so aggressive and it's been you know whether you're in a major corporate setting for your in your neighborhood you don't feel comfortable to say Hey I don't believe in that I'm a Republican but the come up to me because they look at me as one of them and they'll tell me quietly you know I'm I'm the only Republican here tonight I just I thank you for what you're doing it's same thing with women it was like after the election how you gonna recruit women women women to run is Republicans will you know what this rabid radical socialist agenda is doing it for us they don't want this for their kids and for the future of this country since the beginning the year the NRCC is interviewed close to four hundred fifty candidates of those candidates that have come through our doors or that we have reached out to because somebody says this is a good candidate by a hundred maybe seven of them I believe as of this week were women a hundred and six of them were veterans hi and I want to say close to ninety of them were minority recruits hi and we've got women that are hi jumping into races all over the country you see it in Iowa you see it in Georgia at all over the country so if I think that reflects about close to thirty percent of the total recruits so far this year so I I think the great unwritten story is that Democrats did a good job targeting now here's the other thing I would tell you based on the most recent race because we had two great candidates Greg Murphy's gonna make a great member of Congress hi John Perry was a great can't I the thing that's interesting to me is I think we've got to start if the NRC she's gonna provide any support and we provided to everyone by the way so if there are eight people in a primary and they come to us and they say you know we need your advice we need your direction will give everybody the same thing we don't tell them who were talking to because we want them to run their own race and and they're going to be you know responsible for that but we will definitely point them to services vendors I will give them information if it's available to everybody one of things I think we need to do a better job of we need to help them and I've been talking to especially for women who come in now and sit down especially this week since the race last week we got to have a better ground game for some of our candidates women in particular and I thought that was shown last week somebody asked me on Monday where I thought the race was going and they were all excited about the energy on John Perry side and I told my friend Greg Murphy's gonna win so how do you know that I said well if you look at the at the primary where Greg Murphy was number one and John Perry was number two there were a little over thirteen thousand somewhere between thirteen fourteen thousand absentee ballots cast in the primary Joan had to make up seven points I think it was too well overcome the front runner in the run off as of Monday before the election I think there were less than eleven thousand absentees cast which told me that you weren't doing the job that you needed to on the ground actually identified voters and get them out to focus if it wasn't happening with absentees because you should have seen an absentee count that was at least the same as you had for the turn out in the in the primary if not more if I if John Perry's operation was can overcome that so I think John hi the short answer should be what the NRC she can do with F. candidates and perhaps it maybe with some of our first time female candidates is help them with advice about building background game and what you need to do to target your voters and get him out to where the polls I I talked to a candidate yesterday who is a former executive at a major retailer in this country and I said they were you know from your prior experience it's the same thing as retail marketing you have to identify your customers you have to contact your customers target them and then you have to give them a value proposition which motivates them to get out and go out and buy in this case to go out and vote for you so I think that's something we can do hi at the end are CC for all candidates not just women Tom Amara Minnesota is chair of the NRC seat at the national Republican congressional committee live from New Jersey advance media that's coming up New Jersey in the last several.

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News Radio WGOW

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Every aspect of American life is left of center every single aspect. To wit. Hey reporter a reporter for something called she's reporter. Well, it's not cheese. Reporter what the heck is it? Yeah. It's called the cheese reporter. In Madison, Wisconsin. Has decided to fight back against against anyone who will restrict late-term abortion. You're thinking what? So here's what happened. The national Republican congressional committee an aide. They're sent out a tweet notice about Democrats blocking the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act in the wake of the outrageous comments by the Virginia. Governor in the wake of this great movie by unplanned, most Americans, including young people are realizing this is a matter of science. They wanna talk about science post birth abortion who supports this stuff. So the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act has been blocked from being discharged over twenty five times by the mainstream Democrats in control in the house. So the NRC sends out this memo, or this this PR, how dare they block this the aid. Who sent it out gets a nasty Email from a cheese editor of the Wisconsin. Based cheese. Reporter the Email says, hey, Carli hope you don't get rate at a mega rally and have to carry that child to term. What don't ever contact me again? Cardiac is the press secretary of the she gets into this back and forth with this individual pay. No need to get disgusting and talk about rate, you can unsubscribe from our emails the reply from the cheese reporter was unsubscribe Carly. And I just donated fifty dollars to Planned Parenthood in your name. The cheese reporters slogan is serving the world's dairy industry..

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"nrc" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:44 min | 3 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A reporter for something called cheese reporter. Well, it's not cheese. Reporter what the heck is it? Yeah. It's called the cheese reporter. In Madison, Wisconsin. Has decided to fight back against against anyone who will restrict late-term abortion. You're thinking what? So here's what happened. The national Republican congressional committee and aid. They're sent out a tweet notice about Democrats blocking the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act in the wake of the outrageous comments by the Virginia. Governor in the wake of this great movie by unplanned, most Americans, including young people are realizing this is a matter of science. They wanna talk about science. Post birth abortion who supports this stuff. So the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act has been blocked from being discharged over twenty five times by the mainstream Democrats in control in the house. So the NRC sends out this memo, or this this PR, how dare they block this the aid. Who sent it out gets a nasty Email from a cheese editor of the Wisconsin. Based cheese. Reporter the Email says, hey, Carli hope you don't get rate at a mega rally and have to carry that child to term. What don't ever contact me again? Carney Atkinson is the press secretary of the NRC's she gets into this back and forth with this individual. Hey, no need to get disgusting and talk about rate, you can subscribe from our emails the reply from the cheese. Reporter was oh, I unsubscribe Carly, and I just donated fifty dollars to Planned Parenthood in your name. The cheese. Reporter slogan is serving the world's dairy industry weekly since eighteen seventy six. Heffer doesn't get pregnant could be real danger in endeavor land. This you know. This is really really sad. You got more concern for heifers cows than we do for human beings. What is going on here? The, but it's an indication. Now, you're talking about a trade magazine or paper for the dairy industry, Wayne in on Planned Parenthood and post birth abortion. What's going on is every aspect? And this is one thing I knew intuitively, but learned it firsthand in congress every aspect of American life is left of center liberal. We know the bureaucracy when you get the congress you realize that the ship of state the Titanic drifts in one direction. You can only slow it down that great Jefferson, quote, the natural order of things is for liberty to yield and government to grow. It's true. The federal government. We have lot allow the federal government to become so large that we can't control it. And it's just drifting until tting portside every day. The only thing you can do trim around the edges which makes the hundred and fifteenth look all the more miraculously when you take a look at the deregulation. We did the tax reform the career and technical education, the VA reform the supreme court nominations and or lower court on the Senate side. But if you take a look at the government bureaucracy and the deep state, we know that's left of center, we know that the government unions are left of center, we know people will work for government get their check from the tax payer aren't necessarily the payers best friend all the time. But what about big business? What about Silicon Valley? Oh, yeah. Yeah. They're they're suspending the unplanned parenthood or I should say the unplanned pro-life movies Twitter account. We know the search engine all rhythms are skewed against conservatives. We know that big business is cowardly when it comes to boycotts. So they're gone. What about the nonprofit community need? I say more the nonprofit community is responsible for the ridiculous asylum policies, we have and the Volante is they're called. That's allowing this this invasion in this lack of simulation immigration. Well, what about what about the media doing need to go there? What about academia speech codes on campus? This is where all this insanity starts big business. If you got unions have got academia, you've got the media. You've got government. It's amazing week. We get elected dogcatcher here, folks. That's what we're up against this institutional, liberalism, and we ought to quit funding. It. We ought to start defunding the socialist left, and it's very very difficult to one eight hundred two eight two two eight to the contact line for the Rush Limbaugh program with me former congressman Jason Lewis in for El Rushbo, today. All right. Let's get to this Biden issue and the redacted report, let me tell you what's going on with the Muller report. And this is really delicious irony. The the Democrats now being proved that they will do in say any particular lie along with their friends at the Washington Post, the New York Times CNN, BuzzFeed Star Tribune you name. They are operatives of the left. They have been called out and exposed for what they are. They are dealing agitprop. The propagandists, and they lied about every aspect of the Russian truth nonsense. They lied when they said dot junior when CNN accused Don, jR of having Wicky. Leaks. Ten days before they were released to the public turned out to be a total lie. They lied when they said the Republicans funded the dossier. They had zero connection to funding the dossier. They lied and they kept saying seventeen Intel agencies have reported Russian collusion. Four intelligence agencies weighed in they lied when they said Michael Cohen went to Prague McClatchy lied about that one along with BuzzFeed, and CNN, and vox, and the Atlantic in all the usual left-wing hacks. They lied when they said Trump directed his lawyer to lie about the Trump Tower deal even cone disputed that CNN's Walker. The reported last summer that Cohen was prepared to tell the special counsel that the president had knowledge in advance of the Trump Tower meeting. Lanny Davis got caught in the line and said, okay that really didn't happen. But CNN never retracted the story using Lanny Davis has their source. So the idea of CNN CNN uses sources if they like what the source says they use it. If the source refused that in obliterates their story, they ignore it. Just like they're trying to ignore. Now. The latest conspirator co conspirator Robert Muller. To understand where the Democrats and the media. But again, I repeat myself to understand where they are in the Muller collusion truth or conspiracy Kook stuff. And by the way, let me just say when I was running for congress in twenty fifteen. That's when the story was first approached to me twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen by the press, they had already decided to plant the story. They had already been working with the DNC and the D Tripathi to get out some narrative setting the stage tainting the jury pool so that they would have a reason to try to overthrow a Trump victory. And if they didn't overthrow outright, we will stop it in the words of page struck. Why they would investigate it until the cows come home, but it's all been cast aside now because now we know that Robert Muller himself special counsel was obviously a co conspirator. How else could he come up and say? There wasn't just insufficient. Evidence to charge anyone with collusion, which by the way, isn't a crime. Let alone conspiracy I found no evidence of it. And there's zero evidence of it. It's very very difficult to charge somebody with obstructions not impossible as we as we know. But it's very very difficult. So what's been the response? We want the entire report. Here's why they want the retired the entire under unredacted version, the unredacted report from Muller. It's not, you know, everybody talks about grand jury, everybody talks about classified info, they want to destroy any human being that is mentioned in the report they want to continue the smear campaign that is the media and the democrat today. That would hurt the quote unquote, reputational interests of anybody mentioned, I want you to think about this. There are literally we don't know how many, but you've got to assume hundreds of people mentioned in this report who never were involved in any sort of accusations or any sort of quote unquote conspiracy. But their names are there and the media, and the and the Democrats want to do to those people and destroy them and smear them and censor them. So they are never an opponent of the Democrats again that is how they operate. We are on the Rush Limbaugh program. And I am late. Let's take a break. We'll come back to your phone calls at one eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two right after this. We are a nation.

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860AM The Answer

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Counsel report on Russian election meddling will be revealed, the congress and the public attorney general William buyer is expected to release a summary of key finding sometime today. Liberty counsel's Matt Stabers says the report fell far short of its stated purpose. It was as we look back obviously politically motivated and was a huge waste of time. Because the original goal never was a cheat. Because there is nothing there to really investigate democratic lawmakers are renewing their calls for getting the entire report as well as evidence gathered by investigators US-backed forces have declared military victory over ISIS in Syria. It took months of fierce fighting the Syrian democratic forces raised their yellow banner over the village of goose Saturday liberating the last pocket of territory held by his logic state militants. Wendy Robinson at the RAND Corporation says the F across the battle in a deliberate manner, all of these civilians coming out of hiding and out of these tunnels. There's been a real effort to avoid civilian casualties. Get many of those civilians continue to evolve commitment to the Islamic state groups costs. I'm Ben Thomas. Residents of Australia's north west coast bracing for a tour at night, a fierce winds and heavy rain as the country's second major cyclone of the weekend. Slowly wind store Land Day after cyclone Trevor hitter remote part of the northern territory coast, slow moving cyclone, Veronica settled just off the coast about thousand miles to the west of the Pilbara region. Sixty one percent of Americans say, safety, churches, synagogues mosques and other places of worship has worsened over the past two deck. Cades this according to a new AP NRC center for public affairs research poll. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Here's the great selling point of relief factor. Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that it works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relieffactor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great display attic pain, I would take. Ibuprofen a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after awhile that I I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge..

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KOMO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on KOMO

"Traffic at eleven fifty four sunny and warm for this first day of spring with a high near seventy eight but the cooler temperatures start to come in tomorrow with a high near sixty five hundred partly sunny skies, cloudy with a few scattered showers Friday Saturday and Sunday with highs in the upper fifties to low sixties currently downtown sixty three and sunny. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle supposedly twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven at eleven forty six with Taylor van Cise at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler has the special counsel investigation. Donald Trump's presidential campaign winds down. A new poll finds most Americans are at least moderately confident that Robert Muller's probe has been fair and impartial. The poll from the Associated Press NRC center for public affairs. Research also finds most Americans have some concern that Trump's campaign had improper connections to Russia, though, fewer than half say the president's done something illegal in his ties to Russia. British Prime Minister Theresa may expected to make a televised statement after asking the European Union to delay Brexit with British politicians. Deadlocked may has asked the EU to postpone the UK's departure from the scheduled date of March twenty ninth until June thirtieth the US supreme court today. Hearing the case of Mississippi death row inmate who says efforts to kick black people off his juries cost him a fair trial here. ABC's Devon Dwyer. The justices are considering when keeping black people off a jury is unconstitutional Curtis flowers in African American man claims a Mississippi prosecutor eliminated dozens of perspective black jurors from his trials for murder because of their race. Flowers was tried not once but an unprecedented six times for the same crime three of the convictions by all white or nearly all white juries were thrown out because of prosecutorial misconduct in racism allegations to trials ended with jury's deadlocked in two thousand ten a panel of eleven whites and one black sentenced flowers to death. He maintains his innocence. Let's the supreme court to grant him a new trial devonte wire ABC news, Washington. There's a new security device that could help you catch. Car thieves in the act it worked for a pro football player..

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Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"I mean and saying I feel so disgusted by the whole thing. You're such an idiot. I had one time something not similar to this happened. But it reminds me of when I thought something was going to be a huge hit. And it wasn't. And I talked about it. My first book, it was when I was in my sorority, and we went to Mexico, and when we were at all the bars there were those signs like, you know, how they have signs. Don't cross the. St. like, those little like walking bodies or and so they'd have a like an ex don't cross the street at the time in an ex like that. So at these bars, they had photos in the bathrooms of don't puke anywhere at these bars don't Pukekohe get so drunk, and they show like a girl in a toilet and a line across don't do that well being in nineties and sorority like NRC and believe me, it was always talked about. I don't know who really was suffering from it. But it was a big subject. So we took a photo and back in those day to take a photo to print out from the one hour photo that you had to go to kinko's, and we went to kinkos there's about two or three of us in on this joke, and we went into kinko's, and we copied it off like fifty times and ever after everyone went to bed. I posted all over the bathrooms, and we even had like a bathroom that was known to be like the puking bathroom, but we had a couple bathrooms. Had like three different stalls than it almost like a restaurant or something. And I put them everywhere if you shut the door to take shit, you'd see it if you're puking you'd see it. If you on the ground posted everywhere, and I woke up that learning like. Am I excited to go? Get my oatmeal because everyone is going to go that was Larry is who thought of it. I come down and the few people that were there like seven people were all talking about like that is horrible. I tore them down. It's not funny who in our house would be so insensitive to make fun of the fact that someone has blooming, but I was more doing it. Like, look we'd heard rumors that, you know, the DJ's at the time had so many believing that they had to redo their plumbing every year there were rumors going around. I had never met anyone in my house that we actually thought was bleeding or interaction one girl. We did think and we had it intervention and center, mom home. And she went to the doctor, and they're like, she's not her blood levels. Everything's fine. So almost we had this full like she just like lost weight. Whatever looked fine. Who knows? So it's kind of making fun of the hype of that. And then also that we do get drunk and puke. Okay. Who doesn't? I ran up to the stairs. Where my two friends in on it with me, and I'm like, abort abort. We are taking this to the grave or until I have a book or a podcast twenty years from now know this joke did not go over. Well, this was not the reaction. I thought until I think with this Leslie cooked. She thought she was going to be one of those people. That's like would post this and people just be like, oh my God. Until so bad for you who would ever think that you stole like, this is horrible. Oh, she also mentioned this my favorite line of rich assholes, I will have my lawyer here in two fucking seconds. Now, do you magin if you're Leslie cooks lawyer going through divorce and dealing with her? And then you get a call..

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"nrc" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"nrc" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"I mean and saying I feel so disgusted by the whole thing. You're such an idiot. I had one time something not similar to this happened. But it reminds me of when I thought something was going to be a huge hit. And it wasn't. And I talked about it. My first book, it was when I was in my sorority, and we went to Mexico, and when we were at all the bars there were those signs like, you know, how they have signs. Don't cross the. St. like, those little like walking bodies or and so they'd have a like an ex don't cross the street at the time in an ex like that. So at these bars, they had photos in the bathrooms of don't puke anywhere at these bars don't Pukekohe get so drunk, and they show like a girl in a toilet and a line across don't do that well being in nineties and sorority like NRC and believe me, it was always talked about. I don't know who really was suffering from it. But it was a big subject. So we took a photo and back in those day to take a photo to print out from the one hour photo that you had to go to kinko's, and we went to kinkos there's about two or three of us in on this joke, and we went into kinko's, and we copied it off like fifty times and ever after everyone went to bed. I posted all over the bathrooms, and we even had like a bathroom that was known to be like the puking bathroom, but we had a couple bathrooms. Had like three different stalls than it almost like a restaurant or something. And I put them everywhere if you shut the door to take shit, you'd see it if you're puking you'd see it. If you on the ground posted everywhere, and I woke up that learning like. Am I excited to go? Get my oatmeal because everyone is going to go that was Larry is who thought of it. I come down and the few people that were there like seven people were all talking about like that is horrible. I tore them down. It's not funny who in our house would be so insensitive to make fun of the fact that someone has blooming, but I was more doing it. Like, look we'd heard rumors that, you know, the DJ's at the time had so many believing that they had to redo their plumbing every year there were rumors going around. I had never met anyone in my house that we actually thought was bleeding or interaction one girl. We did think and we had it intervention and center, mom home. And she went to the doctor, and they're like, she's not her blood levels. Everything's fine. So almost we had this full like she just like lost weight. Whatever looked fine. Who knows? So it's kind of making fun of the hype of that. And then also that we do get drunk and puke. Okay. Who doesn't? I ran up to the stairs. Where my two friends in on it with me, and I'm like, abort abort. We are taking this to the grave or until I have a book or a podcast twenty years from now know this joke did not go over. Well, this was not the reaction. I thought until I think with this Leslie cooked. She thought she was going to be one of those people. That's like would post this and people just be like, oh my God. Until so bad for you who would ever think that you stole like, this is horrible. Oh, she also mentioned this my favorite line of rich assholes, I will have my lawyer here in two fucking seconds. Now, do you magin if you're Leslie cooks lawyer going through divorce and dealing with her? And then you get a call..

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Factbox: Kavanaugh's Supreme Court bid in hands of a few senators

Hugh Hewitt

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Factbox: Kavanaugh's Supreme Court bid in hands of a few senators

"GOP Senator Tom cotton of Arkansas says some of the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee had other priorities during last week's confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee Brent Kavanagh of thing or using that platform as a way to try to jumpstart their point nineteen democratic presidential primary campaign. I'm not sure it's gonna work. So well for the Tom cotton tells the Salem radio network. Could he expects Cavanaugh to be confirmed by the Senate with a few democrat votes as

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Meghan Markle's father to miss royal wedding

24 Hour News

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Meghan Markle's father to miss royal wedding

"To say about his neighbors to the north dismantling its only nuclear test site moon jaein calls it a start to the country's nuclear disarmament north korea says it'll dismantle its test site later this month before north korean leader kim jong un and us president donald trump meet in singapore moon says the north's move shows the country's sincere about making the talks between kim and trump a success the father of the bride may not attend the royal wedding ap's charles de la desma reports meghan markle's half sisters does their dad is trash i by the press pack constantly following them around the markle has told the show good morning britain the thomas markle panicked while driving on the highway because he was being followed by numerous press calls that doubts now about whether thomas markle plans to attend saturday's royal wedding at saint george's chapel in windsor castle england he being expected to walk meghan markle down the aisle before she marries prince harry but reportedly told the website tmz he's not planning to come to the event samantha marcus her father has recently suffered a heart attack and has been under unbelievable amount of stress prince harry and meghan have asked the understanding and respect for thomas markle charles de la desma naunton young adults have some concerns about what will happen is the age they piece my grassy reports a new poll finds the significant number of them feeling less than confident that government safety net programs will be there for them when they get all associated press nrc center for public affairs research poll finds only sixteen percent of younger adults say they're confident.

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