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"naish" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

07:26 min | 6 months ago

"naish" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"naish" Discussed on Geeks in Love

Geeks in Love

05:08 min | 8 months ago

"naish" Discussed on Geeks in Love

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"naish" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

07:37 min | 10 months ago

"naish" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"naish" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"naish" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"naish" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"naish" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Today what do you make the strategy so far? He's just trying to push back on of what the trump campaign has been presenting, which is Biden his hiding out in his basement, and so he's trying to show himself insurance of as a potential consoler in chief. That's something that president trump had issues with since becoming president he you know and they tried to present this at the RMC. They tried to say that trump is empathetic that he can't talk to families that are mourning, but it is striking that when he went to Canossa this week he did not meet with the Blake family and so you see a you know. Biden trying to show his strength and being able to talk to people who are morning, and if you look at the contrast and what the Chew Sadden Kenosha, you had a president trump earlier this week saying he doesn't believe there systemic racism and police, and then Biden today said he does believe there is still institutional racism in this new Quinnipiac poll shows an overwhelming majority seventy, five percent of likely voters believe racism is a big problem in the country given the president just denies EST AMAC racism was a problem visiting Kenosha Laura how big of a problem might this be for him? Will it? It's it could potentially be a big problem Pamela, which is that. Racism along with Corona, virus along with the economy is now in in some states, especially in some battleground states, it's in the top three in terms of priorities for voters given the unrest over the summer given the protests. And this entire reckoning country is watching so even in Georgia and people that spoken to they're they're saying that racism and discrimination is one of the biggest issues for them when they're considering. It could particularly be a big issue for moderate. A white voters that trump is trying to win back after losing in two thousand eighteen when Republicans lost, the house were keeping his corner so again. is a top issue that prior to George slates killing in many many people did not expect to be playing in the presidential election. All right thank you both so much. We're GONNA. See you again. Soon new fallout today from President trump encouraging Americans to do what one official said is like a robbing a bank to see if the security system works that's next. Will more states are calling president trump out for his suggestion that Americans should vote twice on election day after flooding it yesterday today the president pushed the issue tweeting and part quote go your polling place to see whether or not your mail in vote has been tabulated counted. If it has, you will not be able to vote and the MELAN system worked properly if it has not been counted vote to be clear voting twice as illegal and a felony in many states don't do it with his baseless suspicions of mail in voting this evening, the president is headed to battleground. Pennsylvania a C. N.. N.'s Kaitlan Collins reports. Even, though it's illegal president trump repeated his assertion today that people should vote twice to make sure their ballot is counted. So let them send it in and let go vote. Out of their systems as good as they say, it is then obviously, they won't be vote facing a wave of criticism over his suggestion trump expanded on it today by arguing on twitter that people should vote by mail aunt in person in order to stress test the system voting twice on purpose is against the law and in some states of felony one state officials said, it was like going to rob a bank to see if the security is as good as the bank says it. Is. The president's aides claim he's being taken out. Of Context. The president is not condone unlawful voting if it is not tabulated, meaning your mail in vote, then you will be able to vote in person if it is not tabulated for months, the president has tried to sow doubt about the outcome of the November election because more voters are expected to cast their ballots by mail than ever before because of the ongoing pandemic, the way we're going to lose this election is the election is removed. North Carolina's attorney general says, trump is damaging faith in democracy and going in person to make sure your ballot was counted is completely unnecessary. Absentee, ballot, you can track it online and it will show on the website that your ballot has been received. The president is also threatening to slash federal funding to cities that are governed by Democrats in a five page memo signed late last night the president directed federal officials to find ways to cut funding to cities like, Portland Seattle Washington, and New York inciting violence that is stemmed from protests over police brutality. Today reporters noted, the president has made empty threats like this before the president will follow through his memos exceedingly clear. The memo which will likely be challenged in court prompted this angry response from New York. Governor. Andrew. CUOMO bodyguards. Having Army. If he thinks he's GONNA walk down the street in New York. L. Pay what's important to keep in mind when we're talking about the president encouraging people to potentially vote twice is all the ways he's trying to create doubt about this upcoming election by saying things like mail and voting is a scam weighing the idea of postponing the election and refusing to say if he's even going to accept the results, of course, he says that depends on what the outcome is and it was alluded to in your piece but for the President to suggest Americans try to vote twice not only would that be illegal, but it's unnecessary. Yeah. In North Carolina, they've got this way where you can go online you can track your ballot to make sure it's been received. Many other states have really similar circumstance. You can either go online or downloaded. APP To make sure the county election officials have got your ballot the one that you mailed in and North Carolina officials said today the reason it's so unnecessary because. The purpose of voting by mail because that is so you are not in these long lines and so corona virus doesn't spread even further. So they say it is not necessary for people to come in on election day it will actually only make things worse. They say, all right I wanNA bring in Laura Naish bring them back into the conversation. So let's talk about this the White House press. Secretary says the president does not condone unlawful boating. Is this another example Laura the president saying something, and then you know everyone around him tries to put it into context while he was just saying he wants a stress test, the voting system, but you're seeing this reaction from all of these voting. These election officials across the country because he's the president of the United. States and they seem to be legitimately concerned people will take him seriously. Yes. The president said this not only once he said it twice and it as Caitlin highlighted has come after months. Possibly, more than months I mean maybe a multiple, the last two years he has. Taken steps to sow doubt about the validity of the country's election system whether it's going far back as when he said. When against Intel officials in saying that no Russia didn't interfere to now saying that but by mail is a fraudulent system when election experts have made clear that there is no evidence of that I've spoken to Republicans in battleground states like Arizona they've actually said this could potentially hurt them once early voting starts, which is voting by mail because they're trying to tell Republicans in the state. Yes, we know the president saying this with don't listen to him because please vote by mail it is the safest option carly, and it also is the way the vast majority of people in a state like Arizona usually cast their ballots. So they're trying to counteract their own their own parties president in some of these states and wore this really is right out of the president trump's playbook to sow confusion in a sense to undermine his opponent. Yeah. Sorry. I'm sorry I.

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"naish" Discussed on Chewing the Fat

Chewing the Fat

14:55 min | 2 years ago

"naish" Discussed on Chewing the Fat

"Network welcome to chewing the fat. The Yale sustainable food programs podcasts. Books at people making change in the complex world of Food and agriculture. I'm your host. Burnley this February. We've partnered with the Afro American Cultural Center at Yale. Bird special chewing the fat event series entitled Cooking Across the Black Gaspara in addition to black history month. The Collaboration Commemorates this year's fiftieth anniversary for both the Afro American Cultural Center and Yale's Department of African American Studies Building upon the conversations with past chewing the fat guests like Michael Twit. He and Leeann Headman. The series celebrates the food traditions and innovations of Afro and black identifying people's in hosting Naish Errington Villas Bryant Terry this series create space for four chefs to share their stories of food and identity heritage and resilience dealing injustice cooking across. The Black Gaspara begins when Naish Errington chef and founder of La Restaurants Leona native. Nitrous hadn't incredible culinary career training and Michelin Star Kitchens. Two TV appearances most recently competing at the acclaimed international chef championship Bogor. We speak to her more. Afro Korean roots and our heritage has inspired her to create such original and artistic. Here's an Asia chatting with podcast manager museum. So you have this rich cultural heritage and you grew up in southern California. So can you tell us a little bit about how that has shaped your upbringing and your relationship to food yes definitely my culture and heritage and growing up in Los Angeles. I really feel like it was destined in certain written in the stars for me to be a chef. I come from a multicultural sort of array of background black Korean Cherokee Indian Japanese and Caucasian as well and then growing up in Los Angeles really gave me this amazing terroir to draw inspiration from which has naturally really played into my food today and articulating my heritage. Replace both of the restaurants that I've had have been kind of rooted in celebrating multicultural. Facets but I come from a French fine dining background and I kind of use and draw techniques from that and draw from different heritage and make this amazing entity that comes from my soul. It almost seems as if there's a synergistic effect from all of the different influences absolutely and that's comes from both tangible and intangible entities you know it comes from lineage and heritage it comes from my grandmother I say from a love standpoint. You know that was something that I felt through my grandmother's cooking. I think that food is a very special thing. And it's a transfer of energy from family aspect from being a steward of the land from farmer growing an amazing product from an artisan being so passionate about their craft and making a goat cheese or rancher that raise this amazing calf or milk or you know the entire sort of smaller footprints that make up the end result adds up to the bigger equation you know and then from the chef standpoint. I'm able to take that sort of like behind the scenes part of it and then bring that to life by applying you know my inspiration from around the world and inspiring my team to also love what they do and bring that to the guest you know there was someone sitting in enjoying one of my dishes. And she looked like a little despondent. And I said are you enjoying the dish and she said I've transcended to heaven? She's like this. Is I feel you through this plate and it like literally made my eyes well up because it's just like that's such that's the goal to just not to create just to create you know for me it's to create to feel you know and to bring life speaking a chef and being in the service industry. It's a lot about coming from a place of being humble and a place of nurture you know. So that's probably the long winded. Answer your question but you know. Yeah I think it's It's really the beauty is in the intangible as well as the actual tangible entity of the food that comes from the creative process. I really like what you said. Transfer of energy. So when you're looking at home your family members I think that's a very intimate process. It's a great way to bond with your family members and it seems like a part of that extends into your behind the scenes work at a restaurant so I guess. Can you compare what it's like to cook at home today? Versus cooking in a restaurant say yes so like for me at home is cooking with my immediate community. I have a small garden and the people that are in my building. We all sort of chip in and take care of this garden that feeds us. You know so. That's sort of the immediate transfer of energy. We're all watering tending. And then it nurtures our bodies sort of like a step larger from that. I have you know farmer sort of community that I go to the farmer's market and you know there's artisans the ranchers farmers that are there like this plot of land. I'm excited about this amazing potato. You should try this out you know. And that's for me that transfer of energy through seeing that brought to life you know and then like a restaurant professional cooking standpoint. There's a lot more facets to it you know you really have to sort of gather up this unison in the goal you know because it's not just cheer when I'm at home and cooking for just my immediate friends and family. It's easy because a lot less can like go wrong so to speak. But when you have dollars in play and you have a huge team to manage and operate. It's important for everyone to have the same common goal to rally around. It's a different. It's just a different approach. That makes sense. Yeah so it seems like you go to a farmer's markets a lot so there's an importance of using locally sourced ingredients but you also have this really interesting global experience where you traveled to different parts of the world and integrate these global flavors. So is there a balance that you strike between local ingredients and a global palette? Yes and it's so funny when you when so like Global Pallet. I love that it could be. It could be a an ingredient and it could also be a technique right so like for example a from a local sustainable farm sort of Lens. I can take anything like squash right. That's in season and then a technique from picking duck like I did. I did this dinner based off of a whole pig. Cooking and And I cooked it in many different like sort of levels and platforms of technique in style. So I Cook Dinner Caccia. So and then Tried it out and then poured the hot fat over it. Which made it like a crackling. You know so. It's like using that and then like different flavor components Really kind of gather up this entire experience that make it special. You know where you can. It might be a global technique or global flavour or spice. But you can use a local ingredients a vegetable or animal protein and sort of melt the two. That's really cool. I've heard you use the term palate development. So is that a process that begins in your childhood and your upbringing. And I imagine that it's still evolving. So can you tell us a little bit about how your policy development process has been like? Yes I you know. It's definitely one of my favorite subjects I think palate development really is an art form in itself and ultimately it comes from the journey. And what you want to feel right bike when I approach a dish. I always draw like I call it. My like Matrix Excel. Draw Big Cross and then I'll list adjectives like what's my intention. Essentially is a stitch masculine. Feminine is it bold soft to elegant right so I'm already starting to conjure these ideas about the articulation of product before it's enjoyed on the palate right because it's about tapping into the census. So when I was young I ate a lot of different not different from an American palate standpoint. You know it wasn't like chicken fingers or like things like that you know it was octopus. It was go to it was. Kimchi was both It was like all these delicious amazing flavors in eating with chopsticks and understanding from a very young age which left in a huge impact on me to understand a culture through food. It's all about the arts. You know music as well but to understand culture through food for me. That was my experience at a very young age. So that's why I kind of say like it was written in the stars for me to be a chef because I understood palate development at a very young age and it's as simple as my grandmother cooking for me and it's also funny stories. I learned that from a very young age through eating this starburst and it's funny because I remember like your parents take you to like a corner store and you get like a treat or something but I remember is that I'd left. One of the starbursts in the back. Seat of my parents car like like fell seed or something and I remember we were driving somewhere and I found it this banana flavored and it was summer but I remember I ate it and it was soft and it was a completely different experience for me as a kid I was like. Oh my God. This is amazing and so I felt like just something simple like that you know understanding palate is like how the food is registered the brain from just your tongue you know your little pellet so. I think that over time you start to understand how these foods make you feel are they Brian. They salt forward to sort of hug your soul. They brought the you know all these things that register as food data it's really through experiencing different flavors from different cuisines and delving into that creative process. That's really cool. That cooking is a sort of art form. So there's a lot of experimentation sensation going on you can learn about a culture through food. There's different sounds different colors. Can you tell us more about how this is an artistic creative process absolutely? Yes so for me growing up. I've always been in the arts whether that was painting or sculpting. Those are sort of different mediums of art which tend to be self expression right. It's making the intangible that lives in your soul and through your life experience tangible whether that's through painting what have you and an artist right when people think of an artist. Someone who like. Hold the paintbrush to a canvas. They're diving into the same creative process as a chef. In my opinion for me my palate my palate of of articulation is temperature its texture to Roma it sound. My canvas might be the dining room. How does my guest feel when they walk through is it vibrant and boisterous you know tons of energy or is it a subdued and classy or like white tablecloth elegant fine dining and all of those articulations of the dining experience makes one feel before they even delve into the food so in the artist? Brain of chef. It's really looking what you want that guest experience and how you want them to feel when they leave so I guess moving on to some of your concrete experiences part of your learning process and becoming a chef so you went to culinary school and you trained with renowned chefs at Michelin Award winning restaurants so I imagine those are really rewarding interesting experiences. So can you tell us about? What was your growth like in that time period of your life. I love this question. It's IT'S A. It's an interesting time. You know one day. I'll write a memoir about it because I think it's a really special experience. I have to say you know being in those kitchens are very challenging and I have to say if I did not sort of curate. My tool belt of life prior to stepping into those kitchens. They would have eaten alive like they have so many by that. I mean playing a lot of team sports understanding that. You're only as strong as your Weakest Link. Studying martial arts. You know almost being like a Jedi in the kitchen and having self discipline and work ethic no from my parents making me wake up in the morning and go rake the leaves or you know and do stuff take out the trash just have life skills as a young adult really helped me to have staying power within myself and in the kitchen and just this upward mobility to nasty did have upward mobility within my career and to want to be the best you know have the sharpest knife in the kitchen and not have an ego really and just to sort of you know understand how. I play on this team so in saying that you know. It's it's definitely challenging..

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"naish" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. Iran says it expects to exceed limits on its stockpile of low enriched, uranium within ten days. Limits Tehran agree to under the twenty fifteen nuclear deal. NPR's Peter Kenyon, says the announcement comes amid heightened tensions between the US and Iran. The announcement carried by state television came from spokesman for Iran's atomic, energy organisation, who said Tehran would not limit its stockpile of low enriched uranium as agreed under the twenty fifteen Iran, nuclear deal around beginning housing rollbacks to its commitments under the deal a year after President Trump pulled out of the agreement in reimpose sanctions on Iran Wall Street will be watching this week's meeting of the Federal Reserve for signals on a possible cut in US interest rates. Steve Beck ner reports fed chairman Drome Powell. Recently suggested, the fed would be open to a rate cut, if it's warranted. The fed seems. Unlikely to cut rates this week in Waco, strong, retail and factory numbers, but within flation low and trade tensions cloud in the economic outlook, the fed could open the door to lower rates in coming months, and eager Wall Street will parse the Fed's policy statement rate projections and Powell comments for signals stocks in Asia, ended the day, mostly higher ahead of this week's fed meeting. Wall Street futures are also higher this morning. Dow futures are up sixteen points. This is NPR news from Washington. In arizona. The mayor of Phoenix is apologizing for the conduct of city. Police officers who confronted a couple and their young children. Following a report of shoplifting at a Family Dollar store. Daniel Pearl member station. K J Z says the couple involved is suing the city for ten million dollars. A claim filed in court alleges the family civil rights were violated when officers pointed guns and shouted commands at parents Trayvon aims, Naish Harper aim seven the claim that officers threw him against the vehicle and his leg so hard that he collapsed Phoenix. Police chief Jerry Williams address video on Facebook Friday. I like you and disturbed by the language, and they actions are officer. An incident report released by police officers saw aims reach toward the center of his vehicle before they pulled their weapons and ordered him out of the car. It makes no mention of details captioned the video, such as officers trying to rip Harper's daughter out of her arms or the profane threats. The officers made toward the family for NPR news. I'm Daniel Pearl in Phoenix. Jury selection begins today in southern California in the trial of decorated US navy. Seal special operations chief Edward Gallagher has pleaded not guilty to premeditated murder at his court martial in the killing of a suspected ISIS militant in Iraq. The defense claims those who served with Gallagher fabricated. The allegations, because of his tough leadership calgor- is also accused of attempted murder of civilians in Iraq. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington..

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710 WOR

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Station. Forty seven degrees at two o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. President Trump reacting today to attorney general William bars claim that the F B I spied on the Trump campaign. What he said was absolutely true that it was absolutely spying into my campaign. I'll go step further in my opinion. It was illegal spying unprecedented spying and something that you'd never be allowed to happen in our country again bar yesterday, telling the Senate appropriations committee that he'll investigate the alleged surveillance WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, arrested in London taken from the Ecuadorian embassy where he had sought refuge for the past seven years. He was arrested at the request of US authorities, and he's not been indicted for stealing classified documents. His case connected to that of Chelsea Manning. This ABC's Aaron Katersky. Julia. Assange has charged in this country for an alleged role in the theft of classified information by former intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. Federal prosecutors in Virginia accused Assange of helping men in crack a password to open more sensitive files than Manning's access otherwise allowed in twenty ten Wiki leaks published what manning stole including classified information about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and sensitive diplomatic cables that embarrassed the United States and forced the country to relocate confidential sources marital Blasios signing an executive order immediately ending the purchase of single use plastic items for New York City agents talking about a whole variety of things that somehow we got used to, but we really don't need anymore. Plastic straws plates. Plastic bowls plastic forks and knives spoons and the mayor railed against the fossil fuel industry accusing big oil intentionally poisoned with pollution, given the petroleum as a main ingredient in most plastics. Federal prosecutors in California, say former stormy Daniels lawyer, Michael avenue. Stole millions from his clients and is being charged in a thirty six count federal indictment. US attorney Nick says indictment alleges fraud perjury failure to pay taxes, embezzlement and other financial crimes if convicted of the thirty-six crimes alleged in the indictment. Mr. naughty would face a statutory maximum sentence of three hundred thirty three years in federal prison. It's unclear if the top charge of murder is going to stick to the estranged husband of Staten Island teacher whose charred body was found in a storage locker Michael Cammarata and his girlfriend did not appear in court, but their attorneys did and they left confused and annoyed. Now, prosecutors refused to give the charges at a grand jury. Indicted their clients on do not require to camera. Naish Jia were originally charged with murder and a few felony counts after the body of cameras. Estranged wife Janine was found in a storage shed last week. The case documents were transferred to state supreme court, and one of the attorney said that they should be able to find out if it's a murder charge and then proceed with bail applications. Meanwhile, students and faculty. TPS Twenty-nine wore purple today to honor Janine where she taught I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O art an off duty police officer is dead after crashing his motorcycle. In queens this morning. He says the forty two year old officer was on his way to work at five thirty AM when he lost control of his Yamaha on the bell Parkway near Merrick boulevard. The officer fell off his bike. When it struck a guardrail. Police say he was wearing a helmet, but was unconscious and unresponsive. No other vehicles were involved. And no other injuries were reported. The officer was a sixteen year NYPD veteran assigned to the departments highway patrol. I'm Lisa G for seven ten WR. It's a chilly day, just forty seven degrees. And we the forecast coming up next glucose Lucille to believe everyone.

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"naish" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Agents swarmed, they're university chasing protesters teargassing, and beating students a weeping student caught it all on this viral video. For fatma. Vat was it. She pulled her daughters out of the university and went on Facebook to urge other expat parents to do the same. He says in his island. Didn't it? Yeah. Need essentially Benatti. She says I felt so angry because I sent my girls to my country, my homeland to learn many things about the culture to be with family. But sadly, they had to come back in the end. I'm angry. It's not clear how many international students have left Sudan. But I lot says a lot of their friends did and it was hard to leave. I mean, sometimes, you know, I say really really want to go back and protests in and just be a part of it. 'cause I some point, and this is gonna be you know, our independence day getting from under the tyrant. And this is going to be a big day when it happened. So I do want to be a part of it. But the same time like when I go on social media, and I see videos. I'm scared to go back. At this community meeting in Hayward. They're talking about the protests and the people at these events are usually adults first-generation Sudanese. It's different tonight. My generation Arjun ration- or the generation that's going to change them. Sixteen year old. Hey, fabulous. Shaybah gets up close to the mic. She slips in and out of airbag talking out of busy kind of teen speak in the future. Maybe not when and I'm gonna Naish we've been when I'm not alive, but there's going to be to done with them. It was videos of the protests that sparked hey, FIS new activism, literally, I would grab my phone. I'll be like eight o'clock and winning into my friends like look on my people do in. It's an Arabic. What do they even saying? And I'll explain to them that made me feel like this is my home this. These are my people, and I should be proud of the mesh never day walked the streets. And they ask for freedom, and they fear nothing for American kids. Like, hey, fa the protests are connecting. Them to their parents and grandparents country in a way, they never felt before before that of a lot of them had the same sense as me as there's nothing to brag about or did nothing to say about Sudan. So we just like claim others other things will claim like, oh, I'm just black or I'm just African American. But if like f- like throughout this revolution that's been happening. A lot of us have been saying, no, look, we are Sudanese people. We stand with people of Sudan. As for such and let her sane. They're gearing up for the next protest not in Khartoum, but close by in San Francisco, and they got their chance ready to go. A goes been does mom now. Mom, Napa know have. For the world. I'm Han out baba. Been knows all of them. Okay. Let me take you back to January twenty seventeen. That's when President Trump made a comment about a dumb deal in a call with the prime minister of Australia. That dumb deal is Trump put it was an agreement President Obama made to resettle more than a thousand refugees who were stuck in Australia's offshore detention camps..

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"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To know that they should feel safe conducting near daily activities in belches was taken to the hospital. He'll be charged in the case with authorities believe the victim was killed several days ago in no word on how that may have happened Carl's Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Boston police officer is on paid administrative leave. That's after a bad night in Rhode Island. WBZ's Karyn regal reports. Austin police aren't identifying the officer off the job for now as it investigates. Just what happened in Pawtucket at the Hampton inn. Where? The officer took a room and met a stripper calling herself Netanya who met on Instagram Natalia is really Naish Rivera Rivera and the officer allegedly met up with another dancer, Melissa dossier and went to the Cadillac lounge a strip club in providence. The officer alleges his gun was stolen from his car's locked glove compartment after he sent one of the women who was car for phone charger. The guns been recovered now. Both dancers were arrested on bail warrants Rivera is already facing charges of prostitution from the now closed foxy lady club. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. And a Boston. Police captain faced a judge today on a domestic assault charge. That's after his wife filed for a restraining order against him. Austin police, captain Tim Conley. Arrested on charges of assault and battery in court. His wife testified it all started with a fight on the way to a party the fight dry gone for two days before it escalated when she went back to their home in Milton to Pat Connolly, allegedly pushed her and slapped her Connolly's attorney claimed his client's wife kicked. Conley bam at this was the couple's first incident in their thirteen years of being married. Well, a testy time on Capitol Hill that story's.

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"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He was taken to the hospital. He's going to be charged with assault and battery causing bodily harm and early said, those charges will likely be upgraded once the autopsy results come in on the victim who'd been dead for several days Carl Stevens WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio L some testy. Testimony on Capitol Hill before the House Judiciary committee for six hours today and update from ABC. Acting three. General Matthew Whitaker spent most of his day on Capitol Hill answering questions from the House Judiciary committee mostly about the Russia investigation. He would not answer Democrats when they asked him if he thinks is President Trump does that the Russia investigation is a witch hunt. ABC's Andy Field tells us what Whitaker did say well acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker told a congressional hearing. He respects Robert Muller and has not interfered in the investigation. He's not saying if the president has continue the long-standing executive branch practice of not disclosing information that may be subject to executive privilege democrat Hakeem Jeffries, reminding Whitaker, it's likely only has one week until Bill bar replaces him and your final league. Keep your hands off the Muller investigation. Andy field. ABC news Washington Whitaker was critical of the special counsel's investigation before President Trump named him as the interim replacement for ousted attorney general Jeff Sessions. I'm Scott Goldberg. ABC news Boston police. Officer is on paid leave after a bad night in Rhode Island. WBZ's? Karyn regal explains Boston police aren't identifying the officer off the job for now as it investigates. Just what happened in Pawtucket at the Hampton inn where the officer took a room and met a stripper calling herself Natalya who he met on Instagram. Natalia is really Naish Rivera Rivera and the officer allegedly met up with another dancer, Melissa dossier and went to the Cadillac lounge a strip club in providence. The officer alleges his gun was stolen from his car's locked glove compartment after he sent one of the women who was car for phone charger. The guns been recovered now. Both dances were arrested on bail warrants Rivera is already facing charges a prostitution from the now closed foxy lady club. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Meantime, a Boston police captain facing a judge today and a domestic assault charge after his wife filed for a restraining order, captain, Tim Conley arrested on charges of assault and battery in court is wiped testifying. It all started with a fight on the way to a party. The fight dragged on for two days when she went back to their home in Milton to Pat Conley allegedly pushed her at slapped her Connolly's attorney, claiming his clients wife, kicked Conley. And this was the couple's first incident and their thirteen years of marriage. Boston's mayor wall saying to cops and trouble in twenty four hours. Not okay. Obviously, we.

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"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Partly cloudy skies. Fifty two degrees in Boston at two-thirty. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening in Washington. The acting attorney general is in the hot seat still this hour. Matthew Whitaker just questioned by Pramilla Paul of Washington state on family separations at the border. He said there was no policy two separate families calling a zero tolerance policy. Let's get more. Now from ABC news. Several times Democrats in the House Judiciary committee have asked acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker. If he liked President Trump thinks the Muller investigation is a witch hunt and several times Whitaker has given some version of this answer. I think it would be an appropriate for me to comment about an ongoing investigation. But he's been more direct answering other questions about the investigation that he as acting attorney general overseas ABC's Andy Field is monitoring today's hearing. I think attorney general Matthew Whitaker telling congressman he's been hands off the Muller. Prob-? I have not denied any funds to the special counsel investigate as for contacts. With the president. No time has the White House. Ask four nor have I provided any promises or commitments concerning the special counsel's investigation or any other investigation. Whitaker will likely end his job next week. If the Senate confirms Bill Barr Andy Field ABC news Washington before he took over for ousted. AG? Jeff Sessions Whitaker had been critical of the Mueller investigation. I'm Scott Goldberg. ABC news. Listen. Listening to WBZ NewsRadio. It's two thirty one. President Trump's daughter and adviser says she knew quote, literally almost nothing about a plan to Trump Tower in Moscow, Ivanka Trump, telling ABC news. The project was not advanced. And there was never a binding contract in place. Trump was copied on emails back in two thousand fifteen about that project, which when her father ran for the White House was still in the planning stages one of those e mails. She offers architect suggestions for that project. A Boston police officer is on paid leave today after a bad night and Rhode Island Boston police aren't identifying the officer off the job for now as it investigates. Just what happened in Pawtucket at the Hampton inn where the officer took a room and met a stripper calling herself Natalya who he met on Instagram. Anatolia is really Naish Rivera Rivera and the officer allegedly met up with another dancer, Melissa dossier and went to the Cadillac lounge a strip club in providence. The officer alleges his gun was stolen from his car's locked glove compartment after he sent one of the women to his car for phone charger. The guns. Been recovered now. Both dancers were arrested on bail warrants Rivera is already facing charges of prostitution from the now closed foxy lady club. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And in New York. It turns out the planned HQ two from Amazon that was supposed to move into Long Island city might not be a done deal after all the Washington Post reporting today, Amazon is reconsidering that site after local politicians and community leaders expressed their opposition to this post, by the way owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the company has yet to lease or purchase any office space in that planned area for the headquarters and the post says now would end up making it easier to find somewhere else twenty five thousand jobs had been planned for that site..

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"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston police officers on paid leave today after a dad night in Rhode Island and find out why from WBZ's Karyn regal Boston. Police aren't identifying the officer off the job for now as it investigates. Just what happened in Pawtucket at the Hampton inn. Where the officer took a Roman meta strip are calling herself Natalya who he met on Instagram. Natalia is really Naish Rivera Rivera and the officer allegedly met up with another dancer, Melissa dossier and went to the Cadillac lounge strip club in providence, the officer alleges his gun was stolen from his car's locked glove compartment after he sent one of the women who was car for phone charger. The guns been recovered now. Both dancers were arrested on bail warrants Rivera is already facing charges a prostitution from the now closed foxy lady club. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. And on the south coast today, a fugitive is under arrest after a struggle with police Wareham acting police chief John wall check telling WBZ NewsRadio about the search for Anthony Vieira already wanted for other crimes in Fall River and wear. Apparently broke into a couple of places after midnight, including the Aaron marks jewelry store that he had broken into before and stole jewelry. And at some point. He was cornered by one of our officers. And when the officer went to handcuff him, he shoved the officer offs and. Assaulted them, and then took off running now that officer Aaron Pacheco was hurt in that altercation, but not seriously police eventually caught up to the era took him into custody. And they say when he was arrested. He was allegedly wearing some of that stolen jewelry. Well, we're getting word from the states cannabis control commission this hour that Massachusetts wellspring has been told to cease and desist all operations at its facility in Acton appears to be a temporary hold on business. The commission has not told us why it made this move where reaching out to the commission right now for details. Of course, when we know more we'll get it to you right here on WBZ radio twelve thirty two or twelve. Yes. Twelve thirty to a rolling today by the New Hampshire supreme court regarding the constitutional rights of three women to go topless at public beaches. So we hear from WBZ's, Chris the states. I court threw a towel over the notion that a woman's first amendment rights would be violated and upheld convictions against a trio of ladies who openly bared their nude breasts that Lakonia beach in violation of a city ordinance. A setback for the advocacy group, but not necessarily the end of the case. Professor John grabby teaches constitutional law at the university of New Hampshire because they brought their challenge on the basis of both the federal constitution and the state constitution. They could seek review in the United States Supreme court grabby ads. It will be very intriguing if the matter reaches the federal level that this case along with similar cases in other states. Have brought new light to the issue nationally, Chris foam WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And in New York. It turns out the planned HQ two. That was supposed to move into Long Island city might not be a done deal after all for Amazon Washington Post reporting today. Amazon is reconsidering the site after local politicians expressed their opposition hosted, by the way owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos company has let's le- yet to lease or purchase office space for that plant headquarters. The post says that would actually make it easier then to find somewhere else politicians have joined activists in criticizing this move saying they're not happy about giant subsidies being promised to one of the world's most valuable..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hoping it's enough to avoid layoffs of fifty of methods financed. At least for now that move was necessary. After a state inspector general report found a likely illegal contract with these superior officers association that contract included paychecks of more than four hundred thousand dollars for top cops, which broke the budget expect to see an uptick in traffic enforcement around. Boston's west Roxbury neighborhood, universal hub reporting. According to city council or Matt O'Malley a community meeting will be held by the end of the month. And during that meeting, they'll take a look at possibly redesigning parts of center street, along with other steps the city could take to cut down on crashes and pedestrian injuries. A woman was killed earlier this week when she was struck by a car right near Hastings street. Officials say new science will also be put up along that stretch of center street, and there will be more police patrols to cut down on speeders. The Boston police officer now on paid administrative leave after a bad night in Rhode Island. Boston police aren't identifying the officer off the job for now as it investigates. Just what happened in Pawtucket at the Hampton inn. Where the officer took a Roman meta strip are calling herself Natalya who he met on Instagram. Natalia is really Naish Rivera Rivera and the officer allegedly met up with another dancer, Melissa dossier and went to the Cadillac lounge strip club in providence, the officer alleges his gun was stolen from his car's locked glove compartment after he sent one of the women who was car for phone charger. The guns been recovered now. Both dancers were arrested on bail warrants Rivera is already facing charges a prostitution from the now closed foxy lady club. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. The woman accused of setting a series of fires at Wheaton college is now being held without bail genetics. Pimental was an RA McIntyre hall. That's where six fires broke out since last fall, including one earlier this week police say she confessed to setting those fires. Now, she faces several charges including vandalism and arson at her arraignment. A judge ordered her to undergo a psych evaluation. That's happening this week next week she will appear for dangerousness hearing. Well, hundreds of parents and teachers made it clear last night in Maynard they want action to protect their kids. More than two hundred of those parents and teachers showed up to the school board meeting last night. Never there to try to figure out the best way to handle mold NS bestest that was discovered inside green meadow elementary school students and teachers have been reporting breathing problems for months, and as a result the kindergarten wing of that school has now been shut down the school board says a contract a contractor will come in during the February break to get the mold and specis out. But when it comes to a long term solution the school board says it hopes to eventually move that school into a brand new building. Well, apple has fixed a serious security bug linked to its FaceTime app. You might have heard about this the kid who discovered that bugged, by the way is about to get a free ride to college bug opened up your phones, Mike when somebody called making it possible to listen. In even if the other person hasn't picked up ABC's Brad Mielke pointed that out when he tried to call his producer. He's just ringing on his desk. And yet I'm still hearing him, and whatever is going on around his microphone is known about it for more than a week and the new operating system, which you should download if you have an iphone fixes that at other security flaws the fourteen year old kid who discovered it will be compensated by apple the company agreeing to pay grant Thompsons college tuition, Cheri Preston. ABC news more constraints when it comes to data gathering for Facebook. And again, this comes out of Europe officials in Germany have now ruled the social media giant is not allowed to gather in combined personal data across platforms and websites. This unless users actually give them permission to do. So this could end up forcing Facebook to make significant changes in how they published their targeted ads the country's competition authority says it's just not fair for people to have to choose in in a sort of all or nothing decision. You could say either submit to unlimited data collection or simply don't use the service. Teachers in Florida have been among. Lowest paid in the country for some time and CBS's Peter King reports the state's new governor wants them to make more money, Florida. Teachers can earn bonuses if students score well on college entrance exams now. Rhonda Santa's says he wants to eliminate that requirement reward nearly forty five thousand teachers with nine thousand dollar bonuses. He also wants to reward new teachers who make five year commitment by helping to pay down their student debt. If you're willing to do this and dedicate those five years, we'll be able to wipe that slate clean up into a pretty significant amount of money. The move would cost the state more than four hundred twenty million dollars about double what it spending now. But to Santa says, it would also help resolve a longtime teacher shortage in the St. Peter King CBS news Orlando it is ten fifty. We'll check traffic and weather together and just about three minutes. I am Charlie rose with the WBZ ski report, and we still have two feet of snow pack in many of the northern villages. Not to mention how deep the snow making trails are nearby. Watch. You sit still at ninety five percent softer snow on Friday firm and fast. On Saturday Waterville valley and add attached both more than fifty trails of groomed. Loosened frozen granular king pints one hundred percent, plus ice skating, tubing and groom cross country. Schone peak main seventy-five percent Sunday river, thirty five miles. I'm Charlie Ross for WBZ. Boston's newsradio..

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"naish" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on KCRW

"Raging flames choking smoke hot floating ash. But what about the long term health effects that persist after the fires been doused and firefighters have gone home? The Chicago Tribune investigated links between fighting fires and deadly cancers can catch up to those first responders long after they leave is seen. Karen and Collado reported the story she told us she started looking into it. After two firefighters in the Chicago area died I wrote a bitch for for both of them. And I was kind of taken aback that they're both young. And these were what was being called line of duty deaths. Cancer deaths. Sorry, I started asking around different fire departments and saying, you know, this is something you're seeing is this something that's being talked about. And without exception. Every department I spoke with said, this is pretty much all we're talking about. Is it the toxic smoke? What is it? Yeah. So there's just there's a lot of questions unanswered questions. And while there's been research into this for years. It's still unfolding. They've always known that. Of course, inhaling smoke dangerous. But now these studies are looking at these toxins that are in the smoke on that settle on the skin. So it's not just inhalation. It's actually getting into the skin and into the bloodstream from exposed areas. Are there actually higher rates of cancer? Among firefighters the study that really has looked at this long and hard was through the CDC through Naish National Institute for occupational safety and health. They studied about thirty thousand firefighters and what they found was that. There was higher rates of certain types of cancer than the general US population. That was primarily digestive oral respiratory urinary system cancer is there is also twice as many malignant. Leon. Cancers then you'd find in the typical population, but they can't say whether it's more or less than decades past there just wasn't the data the central database, and that's something that this cancer registry. On that congress passed this past summer, they're hoping they're going to have this data now and anecdotal impression of courses that they're just more chronics, plastics and homes and apartments nowadays. You're you're spot on. So the example, they gave me some other researches is if you look at an old couch that was made of wood and horse hair and cotton. I'm and then you look at polyurethane, and those are the modern synthetics, there's you can actually find it online on the underwriters laboratories website, they said a candle to two different living rooms and the room with the old furnishings takes about thirty minutes to turn over words fully engulfed in flames. If you look at the modern synthetics, it's about three minutes. Are there things that fire departments can do to try and minimize this hazard? Absolutely. And in one of the things that I was most standard by was that seventy percent of firefighters are volunteers. And so it becomes really problematic in terms of parody and these preventive practices. However, the good news is without exception. All the researchers I spoke with said that you can with just soap and water detox on the scene washing off your gear using these kind of baby wipes on the scene trying to get that set off and so forth. But of course, the bigger issue is is is uniforms. Having an extra set of gear and something like that is about three thousand dollars per firefighter. So when you're talking about not just volunteer fire service, but also from impoverished communities that the money is just not there right now. I have been fortunate to do a number of stories over the years with firefighters in Chicago as a matter of fact, and they don't like to be told you ought to do the job more safely, you bring up a huge issue kind of that image of the covered firefighter as a badge of honor, the really working hard to dispel that in. Anytime. You see that soot to look at it as this is not something that we should be excited or proud about. It's something that's dangerous. That stood is just it's toxic. Karen, an colada of the Chicago Tribune, thanks so much for being with us. Thanks so much Scott. Your body has around thirty seven trillion cells. No, really, we've counted all bodies do including BJ Liederman, who writes, our theme music, heart cells liver cells bone cells, NPR's Nell greenfieldboyce, reports scientists are now using a powerful technology to discover the kinds of cells that weren't previously recognized and their goal is to build an atlas of every cell in the human. In body at the broad institute of MIT and Harvard in Boston, I watch a researcher named Julia Waldman. Consider some bits of what looks like orange styrofoam? It's skin frozen human skin. She selects one of them.

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"naish" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is dangerous raging flames choking smoke hot floating ash. But what about the long term health effects that persist after the fires been doused and firefighters have gone home? The Chicago Tribune investigated links between fighting fires and deadly cancers can catch up to those first responders long after they leave a sheet. Karen and Collado reported the story she told us she started looking into it. After two firefighters in the Chicago area died. I wrote a bitch ury for for both of them. And I was kind of taken aback that they're both young. And these were what was being called line of duty deaths. Cancer deaths. Sorry. I started asking around different fire departments. And saying something you're seeing is this something that's being talked about. And without exception. Every department. I spoke with said this is pretty much all we're talking about. Is it the toxic smoke? What is it? Yeah. So there's just there's a lot of questions unanswered questions. And while there's been research into this for years. It's still unfolding. They've always known that. Of course, inhaling smoke is dangerous. But now these studies are looking at these toxins that are in the smoke on that settle on the skin. So it's not just inhalation. It's actually getting into the skin and into the bloodstream from exposed areas. Are there actually higher rates of cancer? Among firefighters this study that really has looked at this long and hard was through the CDC through Naish National Institute for occupational safety and health. They studied about thirty thousand firefighters and what they. Found was that there was higher rates of certain types of cancer than the general US population. That was primarily digestive oral respiratory urinary system cancers throws us oh twice as many malignant mesothelioma cancers, and you'd find in the typical population, but they can't say whether it's more or less than in decades past there just wasn't the data the central database, and that's something that this cancer registry. On that congress passed this past summer, they're hoping they're going to have this data. Now anecdotal impression of courses that they're just more electronics, and plastics and homes and apartments nowadays. You're you're you're spot on. So the example, they gave me some of the research is is if you look at an old couch that was made of wood and horse hair and cotton. I'm and you look at polyurethane, and those are the modern synthetics, there's you can actually find it online on the underwriters laboratories website, they said a candle to two different living rooms and the room with the old furnishings takes about thirty minutes to turn over where it's fully engulfed in flames. If you look at the modern synthetics, it's about three minutes. Are there things that fire departments can do to try and minimize this hazard? Absolutely. And one of the things that I was most sounded by was that seventy percent of firefighters are volunteers. And so it becomes really problematic in terms of parody and these preventive practices. However, the good news is without exception. All the researchers I spoke with said that you can with just soap and water detox on the scene washing off your gear using these kind of baby wipes on the scene trying to get that set off and so forth. But of course, the bigger issue is is is uniforms. Having an extra set of gear and something like that is about three thousand dollars per firefighter. So when you're talking about not just volunteer fire service, but also from impoverished, meaning that the money is just not there right now. I have been fortunate to do a number of stories over the years with firefighters in Chicago is a matter of fact, and they don't like to be told you ought to do the job more safely, you bring up a huge issue kind of that image of the cer- covered firefighter as a badge of honor, the really working hard to dispel that. Anytime you see that soot to look at it as this is not something that we should be excited or proud about. It's something that's dangerous that sodas just it's toxic. Karen, an Coletta of the Chicago Tribune. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks so much that your body has around thirty seven trillion cells. Really, we've counted all bodies do including BJ Liederman, who writes, our theme music heart cells liver cells bone cells, NPR's Nell greenfieldboyce report, scientists are now using a powerful technology to discover the kinds of cells that weren't previously recognized and their goal is to build an atlas of every cell in the human. In body at the broad institute of MIT and Harvard in Boston, I watch a researcher named Julia Waldman. Consider some bits of what looks like orange styrofoam? It's skin frozen human skin. She.

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09:26 min | 3 years ago

"naish" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is dangerous raging flames choking smoke caught floating ash, but what about the long term health effects that persist after the fires been doused and firefighters have gone home. The Chicago Tribune investigated links between fighting fires and deadly cancers can catch up to those first responders long after they leave a seen. Karen and Collado reported the story she told us she started looking into it. After two firefighters in the Chicago area died I wrote a bitch for for both of them. And I was kind of taken aback that they're both young. And these were what was being called line of duty deaths cancer deaths. So I started asking around different fire departments and saying this is something you're seeing is something that's being talked about. And without exception. Every department I spoke with said, this is pretty much all we're talking about. Is it the toxic smoke? What is it? Yeah. So there's just there's a lot of questions unanswered questions. And well there's been research into this for years. It's still unfolding. They've always known that. Of course, inhaling smoke is dangerous. But now these studies are looking at these toxins that are in the smoke on that settle on the skin. So it's not just inhalation. It's actually getting into the skin into the bloodstream from exposed areas. Are there actually higher rates of cancer? Among firefighters this study that really has looked at this long and hard was through the CD through Naish National Institute for occupational safety and health. They studied about thirty thousand firefighters and what they found was that. There was higher rates of certain types of cancer than the general US population. That was primarily digestive oral respiratory urinary system cancers throws also twice as many malignant. Leon. Cancers then you'd find in the typical population, but they can't say whether it's more or less than in decades past there just wasn't the data the central database, and that's something that this cancer registry. On that congress passed this past summer, they're hoping they're going to have this data. Now, an anecdotal impression of courses that they're just morla chronics, and plastics and homes and apartments nowadays. You're you're spot on. So the example, they gave me some of the research is is if you look at an old couch that was made of wood horse horsehair and cotton. I'm and then you look at polyurethane, and those are the modern synthetics, there's you can actually find it online on the underwriters laboratories website, they said a candle to two different living rooms and the room with the old furnishings takes about thirty minutes to turn over where it's fully engulfed in flames. If you look at the modern synthetics, it's about three minutes. Are there things that fire department can do to try and minimize this hazard? Absolutely. In a one of the things that I was most standard. By was that seventy percent of firefighters are volunteers. And so it becomes really problematic in terms of parody and these preventive practices. However, the good news is without exception. All the researchers I spoke with said that you can with just soap and water detox on the scene washing off your gear using these kind of baby wipes on the scene trying to get that set off and so forth. But of course, the bigger issue is is is uniforms. Having an extra set of gear and something like that is about three thousand dollars per firefighter. So when you're talking about not just volunteer fire service, but also from impoverished communities that the money is just not there right now. I have been fortunate to do a number of stories over the years with firefighters in in Chicago is a matter of fact, and they don't like to be told you ought to do the job more safely, you bring up a huge issue kind of that image of the covered firefighter as a badge of honor, the really working hard to dispel that. Anytime you see that soot to look at it as this is not something that we should be excited or proud about. It's something that's dangerous that sodas just it's toxic. Karen, an Coletta of the Chicago Tribune. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks much that your body has around thirty seven trillion cells. Really, we've counted all bodies do including BJ Liederman, who writes, our theme music heart cells liver cells bone cells, NPR's Nell greenfieldboyce, reports scientists are now using a powerful technology to discover the kinds of cells that weren't previously recognized and their goal is to build an atlas of every cell in the human. In body at the broad institute of MIT and Harvard in Boston, I watch a researcher named Julia Waldman. Consider some bits of what looks like orange styrofoam? It's skin frozen human skin. She selects one of them a put the rest back. So we can freeze them and save them for later. I don't think I've ever seen frozen skin before. I bet you haven't. I bet you've seen a lot of frozen things. I have seen many frozen tissues and fresh tissue samples to from human brains lungs kidneys, prostates livers, the gut fat. They were sent here by clinicians and other researchers because this lab is part of an international effort to look at all these tissues, a radical new way Waldman kind of crushes the skin in a test tube filled with a chemical solution. You can see it's getting cloudy. So the tissue starting to rake up after some more processing to strip away the cell membranes. She's left with nothing but cell nuclei the control center of each cell. She counts them under a microscope. So we have roughly five hundred thousand nuclei her milliliter, which is great. She puts thousands of them into a special device it encases each cell nucleus in a separate droplet of oil away. Along with tiny bead of gel that has a unique barcode when these droplets get run through a machine the contents of each individual cell nucleus can be analyzed separately thousands of them all at once. Whereas before you know, it with very hard work when person process a handful Aviv Regev runs this lab, she says this kind of technology to probe individual cells has only been available in the last few years. She says every cell in the body, basically has the same DNA the same set of genetic instructions bat every cell Reid's only a portion of these instructions, and that's why the cells in our liver or different from the cells in our brain and our different from the cells in our skin, and so on now, scientists can easily find out what Janetta constructions each cell is following and they can do this on a massive scale already. Millions of individual cells have been analyzed and new types of cells have been found in for example, the lining of the wind pipe Regev Evans, some of her colleagues plan to catalog every single cell type in the human body. They call it the human cell atlas. We don't need to analyse every individual sell out of thirty seven trillion because the cells kind of repeat themselves all we need to do is sample enough of them from enough region in order to get comprehensive coverage the efforts started a couple of years ago, and it will take years to complete but the payoff could be huge with new insights into all kinds of diseases Sarah Teichmann is head of cellular genetics at the Wellcome Trust Sanger institute in Cambridge England. She's one of the leaders of the human cell atlas. And she and her colleagues recently took a close look at kidney cancer, they analyzed seventy two thousand cells from healthy and cancerous, human kidneys. And so that. It was really exciting. Both in terms of the basic understanding of the kidney cells, but also for the cancer community in terms of understanding where the tumor cells come from a childhood kidney cancer, for example, seem to come from abberant fetal cells while some adult cancers came from a different little studied subset of cells. I mean, the methods are just so powerful. It is it really is mind boggling credibly exciting. And I need to pinch myself. Sometimes she says the human body contains more than fifty different tissues. Some get a lot of attention like the brain others are kind of ignored. There's some that you probably haven't even heard of, you know, funny stuff like a mental that's a sheet of fatty tissue that wraps around the intestines the human cell. Atlas wants to get everything from that to the inner ear the whole plan. Staggers folks who study cells and tissues and more traditional ways like with microscopes and stained slides Rosie. Is an associate professor of anatomy and cell biology at George Washington University. She recently attended a workshop for folks who are mapping the human body at the cellular level. And I remember actually being very excited off through the workshop because it's its groundbreaking. It's.

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Warriors' Steph Curry and wife welcome baby boy, Canon

The Breakfast Club

02:03 min | 4 years ago

Warriors' Steph Curry and wife welcome baby boy, Canon

"Davidson and now justin bieber to halley baldwin the devil works hard but scooter braun works harder and she was signed manages both of them are reaching with the correlation arianna responded she said you do realize we are human beings who levin who have lives right and that scooter is a wonderful human beings who cares first and foremost about health and happiness love is lit it happens i hope to god that happens to you to you deserve it and she said also scooters mccain but is beautiful family leave him alone why do y'all care care celebrities are doing so much they wanna get engaged they wanna get married let them what's happening in your world all right and in the meantime steph curry naish carry us a welcome their son canon canon w jack is his name candidate w jack curry people started tweet not let cannons name name i don't approve the name the child named y'all child well now i don't know if anybody said that but you know now they have two daughters and got his boy congratulations to them and pappas announced that they're expecting a baby congratulated just renew their vows after ten years of marriage and an instagram video they actually announced the pregnancy in front of friends and family they she said i've been eating right working out and preparing for this for almost a year we are so happy thank you to everyone they pray for us instead blessings are way sidebar been super sick lesson extra seven pounds but i'm so much better now and a special thank you to everyone who helped me pull this day together in seventy two hour moved to romy and pat i'm glad that they're finally having their child dropping the bond for them fourteen weeks pregnant with the caption in post as soon as you said that steph curry sign name was ken in my mind i was thinking damn he rate he's going to raise the shooter and then you know segue right in the pattern remmy so slough through all right in future put out his baby as in another album that came out on friday a surprise i right beasts mode to the sequel to be smokers came out in twenty fifteen and then he also went on twitter and said enough of these little running around like i make you i've been humble way too long titled inflows came from me stop fm plan your ad libbed mind's eye gracefully gave you.

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