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"new york state department" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"What wound up happening was my first job out of college wound up being with the new york state department of labor which had nothing to do with anything with of interest of mine and i was really able to get plugged in with that because my father was working for the new york state department of labor so i did that job for six months and ironically my job for the new york state department of labor was the actually help people get jobs so while i was there working for new york state department of labor i was actually using the database looking for jobs. My so you know so through our relationship in actually. I'm sure you know you with bill raftery. Who's a who's who wanted a top sports commentators and analysts out so his daughter. And i while the going to gesture academy together. So i got a chance to know him through my relationship with his daughter and actually when i first got out of school he used to have a sports broadcasting camp and mont clare state. So i remember. He actually called me on the fourth of july of nineteen ninety. Five right after i got out of college and he invited me to attend his sports broadcasting camp for free you know. He told me he cover. All i had to do is just get out the montclair state and he basically game you. Scholarship put me up in the dorm and then from nat experience. I was able to meet a gentleman by the name of ball wolf who was alleged sports commentator and through that connection of bob helped me get my first television job with a company called new sport which was owned and operated by cable vision and And that was like my first opportunity getting involved in sports television so this was like the spring of of ninety six so i had almost been at a college for about nine or ten months before. I got my first job in in you know. My job was a logger at that time. Which what i would do is i'd go to work. I'd watch all the professional games. I take notes on everything that happened. And then i give it to the editors in the editors Edited highlights for us sport. Show and then iowa then i graduated becoming an editor and then i wound up getting job news. Twelve long island editing. And then next thing you know. I got a job at new york one news in an nba entertainment and seeing in nwa nbc wabc. And and it was great and then The other thing that happened is right after. I got out of school in ninety five ninety six the university of vermont which was about five minutes from where i went to college or fit me an opportunity to be their color commentator for their road games so again now only one year out of college and my first game i'm doing for university of amount was at mary's college so i travel with the men's team. I did all the road games. With the exception of games in like new hampshire and maine but everything from boston down to maryland. So i i did that for about ten years just gaining a lot of experience and then you know in the that was kind of like how i operate you know. I did fulltime video editing work and then during the college basketball season i would travel a couple of games and it was just a great space to be in terms of transitioning from college student athlete. Where i'm still involved in sports. I'm still around the gain. I get to talk. I'm getting paid for. You know i get to travel. I'm meeting all these great people..
"new york state department" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"By the New York State Department of Health has ruled that the Bills Highmark Stadium are allowed to reopen at 100% capacity without restrictions. Rules would be that masks would still be required for anyone who is unvaccinated. But now the New York State gets the threshold of 70% of New Yorkers having been vaccinated. Uh, that's good news for the stadium. One would wonder of Salem Field is going to follow suit anytime. Soon. The Blue Jays home. Of course, this next couple days they played last night. The bullpen gave it up. Stop me. If you've heard it before Jays fans the bullpen gave it up. Can't close out. Yankees get to win 6 to 5 to win the first game of that series, and they are right back to it tonight for a 77 1st pitch. It's a Seven or seven tonight in seven or seven tomorrow as well for Blue Jays and Yankees in the NHL, the Islanders and Lightning. That series is even at one game apiece after the Lightning in a 42 victory. Some Rough officiating on a penalty called on breaking point for getting knocked into Varlamov Brayton. You saw that play? It was textbook pushing your player into a goalie. And Well, I have had a was it's Rosie knows it was a Varlamov that had to leave the game. And then came It was Varlamov. Yeah. Sorokin came in Varlamov left because he got bowled over by breaking point anyway, um The lightning going to win the game. Brooklyn beats Milwaukee 1 14 108 a really impressive performance from Kevin Durant on the way to giving Brooklyn a 32 series lead there. The NBA Tonight. Atlanta Philly tied 22 and Clippers jazz tied 22 as well, so it became five in each of those series salads with us he's in for Howard will get, of course, the latest on mini camp for the Bills as a star. Little a return and four defensive linemen arrived for the first time this spring. Another part of the Bills update. Those are your sports headlines brought to you by paddock Chevrolet Paddock Chevrolet with you for the extra mile. Mm hmm. A personal level. It's great care for hand care for his family, and I'm glad that he's in.
"Was eleven on a sunday. Morning when phyllis shapiro showed up at my front door. Oh my god. My heart was pounding. My heart was just pounding. I had i mitch. Phyllis a decade ago. When my next door neighbor. Marty markowitz brought her over an introduced her with words. I will never forget joe. This is my sister. Phyllis i haven't seen her twenty seven years. This time. phyllis was the one to break the news mighty had tried to reach you on the phone and couldn't and so i ran over to see if you were home. I was out so it was dawn. My wife who opened the door just said daun great news You know there's a decision and the doctors losing his license. And you know we need to tell. Joe how do we reach him. After a series of hearings that had lasted almost a year and a half during which he continued to protest his innocence. The new york state department of health had ruled against her. Scoff a few days later. The full decision was posted. Here's what it concluded. The hearing committee sustained all the departments factual basis of professional misconduct including negligence gross negligence incompetence gross incompetence exercising undue influence fraudulent practice and fitness and failure to maintain records after full consideration of the penalties available. The committee has determined that to protect the people of the state of new york. The respondents licensed shall be revoked. Isaac curse cov. The shrink next door had five days to hand in his license to practice. Psychiatry in the state of new york.
New York Regulator Finds No Fair Lending Violations on Apple Card Applications
"Sachs cleared of bias. New york state review of apple card department found no fair lending violations. I think this was. This goes back to david. Haina meyer hanson d. h. edges. He is tweet to get angry on twitter. Say my wife got a different credit limit. And i did Due diligence. I he just goes right to twitter. In the angriest way possible but everything. Yeah and i'm sorry that the new york state department of financial services has to investigate tweets. But i guess that's the world we live in now The viral tweets the review. I don't like the way he does it. But i'm happy that people investigate to stop because it's important stuff it's just the the methods are often been good ever came out at twitter anyway. I think that it is good. They investigated and you know what yes. They're completely equitable. According to the investigation.
Top Cuomo aides reportedly altered nursing home deaths data
"Now let's add this to the pile overnight. The New York Times is reporting that Andrew Cuomo's AIDS rewrote a nursing home report in June of last year. To hide the higher death toll. They were told by the Department of Health in the state that more than 9000 people have died in nursing homes. By that point in June. The report was not yet public. And when the governor's senior aides discovered the number in the report, they edited it to take the number out, according to both interviews and documents that were reviewed by The New York Times. The New York Times refers to it as an extraordinary intervention. Which came as Mr Cuomo was starting to write a book on his pandemic achievements, and they claim it was the earliest act yet known in what critics have called a months long effort by the governor and his aides to obscure the full scope of nursing home death. That's a lie on by the way on behalf on the part of the New York Times, That is not the earliest that anyone knew. Cuomo's administration was meddling with the numbers. There was a report out of the daily caller in May, written by a great journalist, Andrew Kerr, who had spoken to the New York State Department of Health, and they told him at the time that they were beginning to reclassify nursing home deaths if the resident of the nursing home died en route to the hospital. In other words, In the ambulance or at the hospital itself. They wouldn't be considered a nursing home death. They were being removed from those numbers. So when the governor comes out and says things like, well, we counted all of the deaths. So what's the big deal? Why is it a scandal? No, no, no. You were carving out a certain percentage of those death to obscure where they occurred. And that's in the nursing homes and that was known early last year. The press, including the New York Times, ignored it. And now the New York Times is playing some catch up in claiming well in June, we now know The government's ate. The governor's aides were deleting references to the
"new york state department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"New variant is here. I'm Mary Course study Fox News. Another case of the new strand of Covert 19 has been discovered in the U. S. Maryland is the second state behind South Carolina to confirm the presence of the Cupid 19 varying from South Africa. The Biden administration putting an effective travel ban on all non US citizens coming in from South Africa, Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the administration is strengthening public health measures as it relates. International travel to protect Americans and prevent further spread of the virus. Public health officials say the South African variant is as much as 50% more contagious and warns it could be vaccine resistant boxes Charles Watson, adding the doctor Anthony Fauci, said Friday that the new variants of the coronavirus that were initially found in the UK, South Africa and Brazil will eventually outnumber cases of the earlier strain of the virus. Meanwhile, California has reported 40,000 coronavirus deaths, data reported by Johns Hopkins University chose the state passed the milestone Saturday. The grim number comes amid a sharp recent decline in cases and hospitalizations. But while death surge at a record pace now on Lee New York has more deaths. New York State Department of Health says that more than 12,000 people died in long term care facilities, and that is more than 4000 Maurer than the number reported. And that's because that the state was not including numbers of people who actually died at the hospital. But these new numbers would make me Work on the top of the list of states with the most death that long term care facilities. New York's attorney general Leticia James, releasing this investigative report, saying government guidance requiring.
"new york state department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"FM W. M A. L have news. New variant is here. I'm very core Study. Fox News. Another case of the new strand of Covert 19 has been discovered in the U. S. Maryland is the second state behind South Carolina to confirm that Rise in someday Cupid 19 varying from South Africa, the Biden administration putting an affected travel ban on all non US citizens coming in from South Africa. Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the administration is strengthening public health measures as it relates to international travel to protect Americans and prevent further spread of the virus. Public health officials say the South African variant is as much as 50% more contagious and warns it could be vaccine resistant thoughts is Charles Watson, adding. The doctor Anthony Fauci, said Friday that the new variants of the coronavirus that were initially found in the UK, South Africa and Brazil will eventually outnumber cases of the earlier strain of the virus. Meanwhile, California has reported 40,000 coronavirus deaths, Data reported by Johns Hopkins University shows the state passed the milestone Saturday. The grim number comes amid a sharp recent decline in cases and hospitalizations. But while death surge at a record pace now on Lee New York has more deaths, New York State Department of Health Is that more than 12,000 people died in long term care facilities, and that is more than 4000 more than the number reported, And that's because the state was not including numbers of people who actually died at the hospital. But these new numbers would make New York on the top of the list of states with the most death long term care facilities. New York's attorney general Leticia James, releasing this investigative report, saying government guidance requiring the admission of covert 19 patients into Nursing homes may have put residents at increased risk or harm of some facilities and may obscured the data available to assess that risk boxes. Alex Hogan America is listening to Fox News ATTENTION all business owners who rent or lease space, including storage space, stop wasting your money paying someone else for your space. You can now save a ton of money and own your own.
New York health care provider may have fraudulently obtained Covid-19 vaccines, state says
"The New York State Department of Health is investigating Claims of Cupid vaccine fraud, a show Kabbalah has the story Health Commissioner Dr Howard Zucker said on Saturday that his office was given reports of Park Hair Community Health network, fraudulently obtaining doses of the vaccine and illegally transferring it among their facilities. Park hair has locations throughout Brooklyn. The allegations suggests that vaccine intended for frontline health care professionals and long term care residents would be diverted to the Public in a violation of the state's rollout plan. In a press release, Zucker said, We take this very seriously and D O H will be assisting state police in a criminal investigation into this matter. Anyone found to have knowingly participated in this scheme will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.
"new york state department" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So they put him out of the school and that maybe if you follow the rules will think about reconsidering bringing it back in January. At this point, he's entitled to make an appeal. That decision to the board of Education, then the New York State Department of Education and those are unsuccessful. He then free to seek relief from the courts. Maverick. I think that this is insane. They won't let you walk. They won't let you attend class. They're trying to ruin your soon your senior year. I mean, this is the most important year May I think it's awful. I'm curious. Why do you think they're pushing back so hard against you? Have you have you had issues with the school before? You know nothing of the sort. I think William Foot school district. They're trying to make an example of me trying to say that they discourage their students from speaking out against what? What's not right and injustices. And the school wants to make sure that no other students, I guess follow in my footsteps and speaking their mind and do it publicly. In Africa, and so you've been suspended, But you're allowed Tio participate in virtual learning correct. Yes. In fact, I'm expected to Okay, So here's the thing I have you. You're senior. So you well into the you must be well into the college application process. No. Uh, I have applied to some colleges. But college might not be part of the plan that I intend on going on. Oh, so do tell us why that is and what you might do. Well, I want to. Ah, want to trade real estate professionally, and a lot of the people in that field don't have college degrees. So it's it's an option, but it's meeting president looking into You know what? I have a kid who's doing in the same process. You are going. You applying to colleges? I wonder if this move by you, which was again I I salute you. I think it's very brave what you did, but I wonder if it'll make you more attractive to some colleges that you took a stand. Well, that certainly remains to be seen. And I mean, if if colleges don't want to accept me because I stand up for what I believe in and that isn't the college for me. A maverick before we leave, and and this I address question to you and then and then a Chris the attorney, you can take it to what has been the reaction from fellow students and parents. I think I'd liketo defer that question to my attorney. Okay. I just I get any of the other social issues and really positive ends. And there's other people that believe you. No have Ah, some of the fear that AA lot of people do. With with people kids returning to school and the teachers that are in the district. Maverick position has been respectful of both. He just think there should be the option for those that want to go to school five days a week to do that, and there is a lot of support for that, both for the academic and out here section 11 is the division of the High School Athletic Association. There's a push to get those kids playing again involved. Ah, so the mix across the board seems to be more support than that again. But there are the naysayers, you know, I understand. Leave way really have to thank Maverick. We so appreciate your coming on attorney Chris Ross. Thank you guys really appreciate it will continue to follow your story. Thank you for having me. Already coming up. Next. The world has gone crazy arguments. Breakout protests were held about the mask and it's 7 35, the guitar playing former governor of New York. David Paterson joins us, You know the biggest names.
"new york state department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Andrew Cuomo. Governor Howard Sucker, M D. J. D commissioner, Sally Dress. Lynne M. S. R. In executive Deputy commissioner March 25 2020. What I would call Not in memorandum. A death warrant. Nursing home administrators, directors of nursing and hospital discharge planners. From the New York State Department of Health. Advisory, hospital discharges and emissions to nursing homes. Please distribute immediately. March 25 2020 Cover. 19 has been deleted detected in multiple communities throughout New York state. This is an urgent need to expand hospital capacity in New York state to be able to meet the demand for patients with covert 19. Requiring acute care now that was alive because they had the hospital. Near the hospital ship. They had the Javits Center, neither of which were used. In any significant way. As a result, this directive is being issued to clarify expectations for nursing homes receiving residents returning from hospitalization. And Nursing homes, accepting new admissions. Hospital discharge planning staff, a nursing home should carefully review this guidance. With all staff directly involved in resident and mission transfer and discharged by the way this Death warrant. Is no longer on any of the state of New York's websites. This was ah! Secured months ago. Ah, and we have a copy of it, and we had a copy of it all along..
"new york state department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"All employees have to get trained. About what is involved for all employers in New York state. We guarding the adoption of a sexual harassment prevention policy. So What should happen is New York State actually did employers a favor? They published a model sexual harassment prevention policy that every employer can print out. And they can adopt for their own. And I've had several employers who have been clients who have a former sexual harassment policy that they've had in their employee handbook color in there. Rules and procedures book and what we've done is going ahead and said, Listen, York State is telling you what they want. Let's just adopted in whole. Don't try and modify it. Don't try and play with it. Don't try and incorporate it into yours. Just take it as a whole and adopted and they could find that on the department, New York State Department of Labor website They can just print it out and use it. Included in that is not just the model policy but also complaint forms and ideas on where you should post this and how you should do it. Matt. What about employers that do not adopt the model policy? What happens in that situation? Well. All employers have to adopt a policy and then that policy has to ensure that whatever policy they adopt if they for whatever reason, cues to adopt their own policy. It needs to meet or exceed the following minimum standards. A policy must prohibit sexual harassment consistent with the guidance issued by the Department of Labor. Provide examples of prohibited conduct that would constitute sexual harassment. Include information conservatively federal state and even in our case was just the county in New York City, local Statutory provision concerning sexual harassment. The remedies available to those victims in a statement about what the optical local law is, it needs to include a complaint form. And employees can fill out. A procedure for the timely and confidential investigation of complaints that ensures due process for all employees. Inform employees of their rights of address in the available form for adjudicating the harassment complaints. Clearly state that sexual harassment is considered a form of employment misconduct. And that sanctions will be enforced against any individual engaging in such a resident. And against any supervisor, managerial personnel knowingly allowed the behaviour to continue. And lastly, they must clearly state that retaliation against anyone who complains of sexual harassment or who testifies assist anybody in investigational procedure. Involving sexual harassment is unlawful. And again, Jeff. I still think instead of trying to recreate the wheel I think the best thing is to adopt the New York state policy. You have said that you have stressed that when we have examined this topic, and I'm glad you brought that up, Matt because some employers are still saying Maybe I can develop my own. But what you're saying is don't even take the risk. Correct. There's no reason to. You know they're The state is telling you what they want. So why open yourself up to a possible mistake or misunderstanding adopt what they have, and then nobody could blame you. If there's something wrong with that. That's something that the state put out. The other things he was. The status created a sexual harassment prevention poster. And it's recommended for all my clients to take that poster and posted in a visible place. I always tell them posted way you post the minimum wage requirements that you required to post Or the, um, disability posters that you're supposed to have up and that poster can be found in the New York State Department of Labor. Okay? And someone would just have to just go bill in New York State Department of Labor and then follow the appropriate link. I would imagine if you just Googled New York State Department of Labor. Sexual rise. It'll come right up. It's very easy. Okay, Matt. In addition to adopting a policy, every employer in New York state is required to provide employees with sexual harassment. Prevention training. Please explain with the training. Let's do that. Sure, So as he couldn't beginning of this, everybody has to train every employee part time. Full time. Temporary fillings. Um so family men, there's not family members. And what they have to do is once a year. They need to provide the training and have it certified that they were trained. Now. Jeff, you and I discussed before there are some online. Horses people can take, but My feeling on that has been and we haven't had a test case and remember, every law is great until it's tested in the court, and we find out what it really means. So the number one thing in the directive says that the course must be interactive, and my feeling is if you sit in front of a computer as it plays That's not very interactive. And my you know, when I talked to employers about it, My one response to them is always do you want to be the test case? Do you want to be the one who's in court? Who says Well, I gave the employee and you know a website to look at or video to look at. I can't help it if they didn't look at it. That's not interactive, and that's the number one requirement. It must include an explanation. Sexual harassment consistent with the guidance by the Department of Labor in the division of Human Rights. Again. It has to include examples of conduct that would constitute unlawful sexual harassment, and it should go through example of it and what the employees would D'oh. Even if they look complainer or the complainant. Or if they're the supervisor. Sam has to include the information concerning federal state and in our case again local sex harassment laws in the remedies available for victims. Include information concerning employees rights of address, and they're available forms for acute icky adjudicating complaints and include information addressing conduct by supervisors and any other responsibilities for such.
"new york state department" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Your life for the chain smokers. I mean more if this spikes out of control and the chain smokers Is that what you call Saturday asked me to fly to New York. Is that what it was like? Hey, what are you doing to bleed you out when she said she goes, I want to be in pain, and I definitely want to get covert. How did I do that? I know. Let's go Change Smoker show in New York. Well, the state of New York is pissed off. The New York State Department of Health is now opening an investigation Governor Andrew Cuomo tweeted. We have no tolerance for the illegal and reckless endangerment. Of public health dummies more to check out online today, Meghan A stallion broke her silence about the whole shooting broke down, crying talking about it all saying nothing about Tori lanes, though you can see the video at Fred Andrews dot com Fuel, But I shouldn't have implied if that woman did something wrong, But he could have done the picture could have done some wrong too. I guess I have a bias because I'm thinking maybe they were like we made a mistake. Maybe nobody did anything wrong. I I guess I just I hate either way. I hate the fact that they were having this baby. And not that I believe that they can still be great parents, you know individually, but it just that whole thing. But who knows? Just my head immediately went to a story on this is my bias about a pro athlete that happened live near my parents at the time that this happened, I won't say anything more. It's a pretty common story, but he and his wife are expecting And it was very exciting and everybody knew about it, and and then she's goes into labor, and they go to the hospital, and by the way, he's white and she's I think she was Latina. Maybe she was. I'm not sure they were there in the hospital. This is all very exciting baby comes out and the baby is black..
New York - Tropical Storm Fay takes aim at tri-state area, pounding rain and high winds expected today
"Bartlett, Bracing for Fei, the tropical storm moving closer to the tri state area today. Landfall expected later in the day gusts of more than 50 miles an hour expected and swimmers are urged to stay out of the water with huge waves, strong rip currents and beach erosion. The water already rough in one person lost their life in Long beach on Long Island late yesterday in a drowning eight others had to be rescued in waters off Long Beach as well. Meanwhile, New York State's Department of Transportation preparing for down tree limbs, they're getting dumptrucks, chippers and treat cutters Ready. I'm Scott Pringle. W
"new york state department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The New York State Department of Financial Services Slap Deutschebank with a $150 million penalty, which the bank agreed to pay under consent order. Regulators said that the financial institution failed to properly monitor account activity conducted on behalf of a registered sex offender, the state agency said it was the first enforcement against the financial institution that dealt with Jeffrey Epstein's finances. The agreements that Deutsche Bank handled 40 accounts connected to Epstein from 2013 to 2018. Steve Kastenbaum, New York, Mary Kay Letourneau, the Seattle teacher who was convicted in 1997 of raping a 13 year old student she later married, has died of cancer. She was 58 former U. S. Olympic Committee spokesman Mike Moran died Tuesday after a short illness at the age of 78 according to the University of Colorado. And I'm Leon, Co creator of the hit podcast. Slow Burn. I'm here to tell you about a new podcast. I'm working on called five where we dissected, analyzed the cases that have Swarmed American life like Locusts over a grassy plains. Every week, Peter, Brianna's and Michael take on a legally dubious Supreme Court decision, and that rule just so happens to bath at the interests of wealthy and powerful people listening described free wherever you get your podcasts. This is the story of a very special woman. Just a few knew about her superpowers. In a matter of seconds, she turned herself into a great mathematician. She masqueraded as a regular person at work, but as a superhero at home, everyone knows her is Gabriella. I still call her mom, Your hero needs you now, and AARP is.
Rare syndrome tied to COVID-19 kills three children in New York, Cuomo says
"Them the governor Andrew Cuomo says three children in the state have died from a rare inflammatory syndrome that could be a possible complication of the corona virus department of health is doing everything that they can do I think it's fair to say that the New York state department of health is the first one that has been on this situation and again working with the C. D. C. and whatever we find out when not only share with the public but will also share with other states and other hospital systems because it is very possible that this is been going on for several
3 New York Child Deaths Linked to Rare COVID-Related Inflammatory Illness
"Leaders and hard hit New Yorker hopeful the worst of the culvert nineteen outbreak is now behind them the governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that three children in New York have died from a rare inflammatory syndrome believed to be linked to the corona viruses department of health is doing everything that they can do I think it's fair to say that the New York state department of health is the first one that has been on this situation and again working with the C. D. C. and whatever we find out when not only share with the public but will also share with other states and other hospital systems because it is very possible that this is been going on for several weeks
"new york state department" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"New York state department of health will begin using new drug therapies to fight the virus officials say the trials will be performed on a compassionate care basis as more testing is done the number of confirmed cases will rise the U. S. now has the third highest number of cases in the world behind Italy and China and the high numbers of patients is overwhelming health professionals nurses are re using protective equipment as officials tried to secure more while hospitals work to increase capacity meanwhile more more states are trying to flatten the curve through containment measures Massachusetts and Michigan are some of the latest states asking nonessential businesses to close and officials are urging folks to take the warning seriously in Atlanta Jonathan Serrie fox news I'm sad state to their children police rules to stop the spread of the corona virus it seems more of us are turning to Facebook to stay in touch in data from scene at Facebook have a seventy percent increase in people using the social media giant for group video calls and the time spent on those calls has doubled whats app the global messaging platform owned by Facebook also said voice and video calls on its platform has more than doubled compared to this time last year as the social media platforms work to fight the spread of misinformation they're also being used by medical professionals and community leaders to stay in touch with patients and neighbors and Facebook hasn't expressed concern that the extra traffic will become problematic well the numbers show that Italy is the hardest hit country outside of China on Facebook some two million people have posted support for people in Italy and people in Italy are sharing their resilience during the challenging time posting pictures and video of their singing from balconies with box on tech Brett Larson fox.
"new york state department" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And you hear people say well you know everything's well under the flu or not but I I should worry about it and all this other stuff because of what the numbers are going down there's something that I don't think people take into consideration is called exponential growth I mean that's where five hundred cases grow to more than one million a short amount of time print production numbers exponential growth in early outbreaks nobody knows the estimation based on exponential growth in early outbreaks and that's why they're in the lead the minute sizing it saying well it doesn't look like much or it's too low or you know anything above one anything growth factor but one two three or four in fact last time I heard is that R. for disease sar four which means the exponential growth becomes four and an eight and twelve inches keeps growing for for for in it and it's because it's R. for one person one factor for people before they were saying that it could be one person affecting two or three people out for people may be more because of exponential growth and a lot of people do not understand exponential curves and how they operate because the data that is is actually given by the mainstream news is not necessarily accurate nor is it complete and they don't have people on to assess data and understand how data works and how it operates and so tonight on the program I wanted to make us have a guest on to discuss these wondering how we control it and what we do with it das nobles with us tonight on grounds or is the expert and disease monitoring and control the founder of the C. E. O. M. T. X. group companies providing U. S. government agencies with real time insights in protecting at risk communities disease growth rates to moderate the outbreak so what will show das mobile high duster on grounds here tonight thank you Harry so doesn't want you to explain what exponential growth is with regard to the numbers we're seeing now is a pose the numbers will get we're going to sing an X. two to three weeks yeah absolutely seven and it is a great question because he often thank you will talk about the like and a comment that is that we did all the good stuff can be focused on and if things two weeks ago we heard that the corner by navy and if one person gets it could potentially impact to other people I still had that outlook each change you're probably going to change and that's what it impacts three people or for people what's that a spider web of activity thank you need all right the exponential growth will be visible within the United States and what we are not seeing right now the number seems low for a couple reasons one divided state in our system long enough that we don't even know who has it so that's what the numbers are not believing she'll become more evident the second thing is is that you the city to local health departments or the state gets better at sophisticated testing kit I think more people will go out to doctors right and get tested the number you get a obviously multiplied so we believe that working with your state agency that the number again is significant increase for you will keep the exponential growth in the coming weeks the reason why I think it's very important that you're on this program is because when Andrew Cuomo spoke today about the containment a newer Shelley said we have clusters here that have an exponential growth potential as a microcosm of what could happen there but it's just the tip of the iceberg and what needs to be done in order to implement certain laws in containment and you know I just heard New Jersey today declared a state of emergency was just fourteen cases of people are like shaking their heads and scratch their heads going why on earth are they doing with such low numbers having the flu had more numbers and more gas where we freaking out about this and I think they don't understand the idea of exponential growth and how they can see the the numerical the division of how this happens like a cell but moves through areas it it keeps shredding in changing and changing and and and keeps dividing until we see some remarkable numbers that's why I tell people what to three weeks down the road we will be seeing many numbers is that true yeah absolutely and and run it if you want to look at the date when people look at new Jersey's number right if you just say that maybe New Jersey you know government is overreacting well if you don't prepare and plan and execute specific action items it and then it's gonna get worse and then you're gonna be reacting to all the different areas what help is needed so I think it is important to get it decelerates there either the growth of the DVD in different communities and does having a specific and that determination declaration of conflicting and make sure that government moves faster any decisions that need to be made there and a lot more resources on high alert and and also make sure that that everybody you know to keep warm the extra precaution to make sure that that we are rich in a clean a proactive approach to contain it I'm sure I adding some of the state should be looking for that for that approach to begin with before it gets worse and it will get worse in the next coming weeks but with what's happening in the numbers and what's happening with these declarations by people like Andrew Cuomo and others wouldn't lead I guess concede that perhaps were beyond containment now that the potentiality has reached its peak at low number and that by the time high numbers around we just have to sit back and wait it out until this thing burns off how long are we looking at here yeah that's what it is a great question and something we often done you know going to that is to see Pat and so our organization works closely with the accolade administration and New York state department of health and also the local health department and he does it like over the next six to twelve weeks the numbers are likely to get worse now it all depends what that that government agencies do every state different candidates and I do applaud that that there were about eleven airport there were elected to receive inbound flights from China and and I think the those steps really helped Hey dad to discredit the deans it could be needed it costs twenty five to thirty other states right and the number would have exploded right and we are seeing that in Italy in other parts of the world like Japan South Korea the number that exploding because they haven't done that now what that is they have shut down any inbound activity and you know even Singapore is a great example they've shut down any inbound or outbound activities to really contain that so I think that initial step it really helps I'm one of the things that we still don no enough is that because of this virus is very unknown to life in the way that it's bad we believe that it could be in the system for eight to fourteen days and we don't even know it and so potentially it could be affecting a lot of other folks and and over the next two three weeks that they were gonna get significant number that if you look at a New York just within the last seven days that number is identical rapidly and they will consider feedback but I think some of the things that Clinton should have done and we're seeing that we're talking to them every day yeah very commanding to see that the bad taking it very seriously need to contain it and that's the most important thing is we have to plan and execute it okay and and I believe the other states could do all of that well I think I think that's the big question here is mine is the you know you're the criticism of the media towards president trump and his administration either taking care of this would you say they're taking a very good effort in doing what they can or do you think they're lacking but he does it very there are multiple steps that are needed from the federal side to support their at the state and local authorities and then one of the first step is is to have a specific mandate to contain and provided specific guidance to CDC and that decorative bracketing they have done that they isolated built in like the next step is to provide budgetary support everybody needs the emergency budget doctor Malaysia sources to putting this difficult your solutions to help support them this administration did provide eight point three billion dollar aid and at this point right every state had the budget to to support it so I think I think that's good and then in addition to that one of the things that fit in asking about two dozen states that having preference for daily in order to bring their students which is very encouraging since late and they're proactive about those steps on it I think it's easy to criticize ray did a lot with the natural disaster where they need to speak the P. twenty credit industries have you look back and I wouldn't have to look at that and it's not gonna be distinguishes would get leaves office right right volatility falls within the state and the local county right and they had a budgetary support right.
Apple's credit card is being investigated for discriminating against women
"Anyway to actually get going today this from the New York State Department of Financial Services. It's investigating whether the Apple Card back as you might know by Goldman Sachs discriminates emanates against women that after a weekend twitter tempest in which a tech entrepreneur complained that his wife was given a much lower credit limit than he was. Even though her credit score was better than his and they share assets another person who complained about the same thing this from the irony department. The CO founder of Apple. Steve Wozniak Jack Marketplace's Supreme Benesch. War has the nuts and bolts of how all of this stuff gets decided. How much money is your Credit Card GonNa let you borrow? The biggest factor here is going to be your credit report Joe. Gonzales is an analyst group Wallethub. That's obviously where the largest wealth of information on you as things like how how on time you are when paying your bill. How long the length of your credit history? How much do you owe? How much do you make? That's all the standard stuff. But then there's there's a whole other layer of information that can be used. How long does the bank or credit card to think you're gonNA stick with them? Are you brand loyal. Apple obviously has lots of information in about a lot of people. Jonathan Iraqi is a principal at millman quantitative consulting firm for the financial industry but the exact recipe. We don't know it's a secret secret sauce for every credit card issuer and it can change the fact that we have to guess what exactly is going on. That's part of the reason why the New York Department of Financial Services is investigating Linda. Eh lacewell is New York Superintendent Financial Services. This is what's known as a black box where there's no visibility into how these credit decisions are being made and when consumers are applying for financial services and products they're entitled as a matter of consumer protection to understand how these decisions are being made in a statement. Goldman says it basis credit limits on individual factors so two members of the same family might get very different numbers it also said it does not take gender into account when setting credit credit limits in New York. I'm sorry bencher for
"new york state department" Discussed on Realty Speak
"The process is that the owner serves the tenant with an income certification form, the tenant does not have to at that point. Is what their income is. They just have to fill out the form. And it's yes or no checking off the box at that point. If they check off that the their income has not met or exceeded the threshold, then the owner has the ability to have D H CR verify, the income DHCP are then contacts, New York State Department of taxation and New York State Department of taxation will only give a yes or no as to whether or not the income met exceeded the level, and they'll look at it the person's tax returns, the state is. So in other words, the owner doesn't know D HCR doesn't know the just saying yes, or no it's over two hundred or it's under to correct is that the taxable income the adjusted gross federal. Adjusted gross income federal just gross income, which we've found is very often not anywhere near what the the actual income because all the deductions. Exactly. And in fact, I've had cases one of keeps coming to mind many years ago where we had an individual who was renting from a small owner. It was a it was a townhouse, and it was two sisters that owned the building and they had a regulated tenants in in the building. And we knew we had evidence that this individual was a high profile individual who had houses around the world. Some of them described in various publications as compounds we had evidence that one of them was renting for three hundred and fifty thousand dollars for two months season. And when we went to verify the income, the income came back under the statutory threshold and after years. Of litigation the tenant had to submit tax returns. But after years of litigation ultimately my client lost because the income was all funneled through corporation, and the individual's income did not meet or exceed his federal Justin gross income for the individual. Who was the prime tenant did not meet or exceed the statutory threshold. Even though he was the only officer or officer or member of the entity, right? It was all funneled through the corporation to him. But that's that's one case that will always stick in my mind because we just it's all based on the federal adjusted gross income, and there are ways especially with someone with means to be able to play with that number. We've also seen situations where tenants will have all of their income in one year and to circumvent the system they make sure that the other year the second year their income is below the threshold because they need. They need it for two consecutive years. So they actually engineer it. So that you know, they Skippy year here they skip a year there that won't be two consecutive years, and they can continue to stay in either a rent controlled or rent, stabilized, the right, okay? And so that particular apartment, especially if it's a lodge apartment for one individual who I guess has homes all over the world doesn't stay there. Very often is being taken out of the marketplace for somebody who actually really would benefit from living there. Correct. So that that law doesn't sound like it's a good solution of for affordable housing..
"new york state department" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"America's unemployment lines getting shorter two hundred twenty one thousand workers followed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week nine thousand fewer than the week before all the airport. Fire chief David Cook talking about the miraculous recovery of Albany airport. Fire voter, Josh is great. It's been a long six weeks lot ups and downs. We've been behind him one hundred percent speaking with news channel thirteen. Woodward was in Saint Peter's hospital battling Sam says his right hand was amputated. He also lost all candidates toes in February doctors only gave him a five percent chance of making it through the weekend. But he preserved unless Saint Peter's Wednesday. He said son of you rehabilitation center in Schenectady Levi Strauss returning to the stock market in a big way, they begin trading. Other new York Stock Exchange today under the ticket symbol Levi. They price their initial public offering and seventeen dollars this year giving the company valuation of six point six billion New York State Department of health out with new advice on eating fish caught in local waters health Commissioner, Dr Howard Zucker says their aim is to help people make informed choices and reduce the potential for exposure to things like PCB's mercury women under fifty in children under fifteen or advised not to eat small mouth bass from this. Go Harry reservoir caught in Delaware. Greene Orosco, Harry, counties or carp taken from the river in rent. Slur, and Washington counties. Other groups are advised to only occasionally consume those catches for more specific, see health dot NY dot com forward slash fish. Diane Denaro, NewsRadio eight ten and one or three one WG holds the line on raising interest rates. WG wife Manju analyst Dennis Fagin says the Wall Street in the last quarter of last year may have something to do with the decision. And I think when when the market pullback twenty percent almost by the end of last year. I think said realized that they needed to be.
"new york state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In fact, New York governor Andrew Cuomo said last month that the wealth flight is he's calling. It is the reason that the state had a revenue shortfall of two point three billion dollars in December January. So now, the New York State Department of taxation and finance is trying to make sure that high earners who tried to escape without an audit. And a Bill are caught they conducted about three thousand non residency on. It's a year over the past seven years, they've collected around a billion dollars a very successful. At these audits. Oh, yeah. The New York tax. Authorities are second only to California's franchise tax board. We are super aggressive and have no sympathy for anyone berry Horowitz is a partner at an accounting firm there. He says if you're a high earner in New York, and he moved to Florida your chances of a residency audit are one hundred percent. He says New York's always met aggressive, but it's getting it's getting much worse. And I think we should make clear you can move to Florida, and they can't do anything to you what they're talking about. Here is people who say they moved to Florida, but they didn't really move to Florida. They are going above and beyond. They're using the the usual methods to figure out if taxpayers gaming the system, you know, they're checking credit card bills and travel schedules. But now they're starting.
"new york state department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Bridge strikes. You're not only a public safety concern. But also caused significant delays on the high traffic parkways in the state. We've taken aggressive action in recent years to reduce the frequency of these crashes installing new over height detectors and warning signs on Parkway's. But we've got to do more the new technology, which has been by the New York State Department of transportation on parkways in the Hudson valley, Long Island, New York City in Syracuse, not only alert drivers injury in a Parkway, but law enforcement as well. A tall vehicle with trip an infrared beam went into an on ramp triggering signed ahead of the driver adorned with flashing lights and an audible siren like device that would warn them do not enter the Parkway. Ignoring the warnings would incur steep penalties. President of the trucking association of New York, which took part in the task force to stop these bridge. Strike said out of state commercial drivers. And you haul drivers unfamiliar with rules of the road or size are often behind the damaging dangerous bridge strikes. However, the additional warning could save lives and millions of dollars worth of repairs. All of a sudden the sign lights up and says, no, you're not allowed is something that would be triggered. Which would then maybe better catch the attention of the driver. That's the plan out of New York..
"new york state department" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Apparently, you know, if you're in, and you wanna be able to wear a t shirt because I mean, high I think, you know, don't you think that he probably end the right to wear whatever the hell he wants it'll hurt Liz Burks feelings because she's triggered by t shirts. We wear as our own expression wires first amendment out the window infringing upon his civil rights to express his viewpoints. I mean, that's what it is. You're you're infringing upon his civil rights to express his viewpoint. It's really simple your rights end where someone else's rights begin. So no one's hurt or physically accosted or there's no negative unless you decide from a t-shirt. So stop. What is up with this? What people getting all freaked out over clothing and hats. Well, hats clothing. I mean, I just it doesn't I don't get it. Now going from this story to this really really disturbing story. This is just awful. So New York, and we've talked about this before like how long does it take free decide really like if you're going to have an abortion, which I am not pro. I think I'm all about whatever contraception. You wanna do? Get hit Republicans are trying to make a birth control over the counter and Democrats kill it for some reason because because Planned Parenthood lobbied them, apparently, that's how what the report was cutting into their business, but they tried to do that several years ago a couple of times, but how long does it take you to figure out that you don't want to be a parent. Because now what New York has done. They are legalizing abortion up to birth. The proposed legislation racists current limitation on abortion and the state which is set at twenty four weeks. Yeah, they said every individual who becomes pregnant has the fundamental right to choose to carry the pregnancy to term it cetera etcetera etcetera etcetera. The Bill was apparently passed in the legislature yesterday. To commemorate the forty six anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Wow. And they also remove abortion from the definition of homicide from the penal code entirely. I mean, it is an and Cuomo had said previously that he doesn't believe that pro-lifers have any place. They don't have any place in the say. So this is I mean up to birth. Yeah. Question whenever there is a let's say, for example, there a pregnant woman was shot while being robbed right and the baby died to the person who was responsible for that is charged with two murder. Well, maybe not New York anymore. Well, you know what? I mean. I don't know if that's changed though. I don't know if that part of the laws changed, but it's completely inconsistent with where everyone else is on the law, and according to New York State Department of health eighty seven thousand three hundred twenty five abortions took place in New York during twenty sixteen CDC said there were ninety three thousand nine hundred six abortion in two thousand fifteen the good marker institute reported that there were one hundred nineteen thousand nine hundred nine hundred forty abortions in New York on twenty fourteen. So they so now it's wow to go up to. Up. I mean up to birth a full grown child. Like, eight months pregnant. Nine months pregnant. Anywhere else. Really the legislature passed it. They passed it yesterday. It's done. Do. They not have to give an explanation as to the voter to their reasoning. Yeah. I mean, I kind of have that question too. Right. Yeah. This is the this is the Bill. I mean, I'm looking at it is. And they did it on the forty six anniversary of Roe v. Wade it's the reproductive health act, and it was thirty eight to twenty four and he was hoping to sign it last night. And they go we're staying here in New York women's lives matter. Except infants. Yeah. What about the infants lies so up to birth? Now, how many women do you think are going to do that? I mean seriously think about this for a minute. You're up to birth..
"new york state department" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"I also want to tell viewers. What else we have night because there is a lot as I mentioned later tonight on the beat I have an exclusive interview with James commes lawyer, this is days before Komi. We'll go ahead. He had a breakthrough. And he will go ahead and give this new testimony to House Republicans this week and Komi, of course, significant in other legal ways, he's obviously a key witness in the Muller probe. We're gonna get into all of that will be the first time. This attorney has been on the beat or been on TV in a while. But I begin with some of the other revelations that are coming out of the Michael Cohen news in a strong hint of more developments to come Cohen's lawyer arguing in a new filing that his client actually shouldn't get any prison time at all. That's despite a series of crimes that he's confessed to and these new lies about the Trump Tower Moscow project. Now, the reason could be very relevant to what more we're going to learn about this investigation of Trump world because the filing shows the Coens cooperation did not just begin and end with Miller, which alone would be a big deal. He also has been talking to other invest. Gators about potentially other criminal activity reveals that in addition to meeting with Muller's team of full seven times, he also met with and even provided documents to the New York State Department of taxation, and finance and the New York state attorney general's office about their investigation of the Trump foundation. And then this tantalizing detail. We wanted to bring you the filing says cone consulted with Donald Trump's legal counsel while preparing for what is now been confessed to be criminally false testimony about this Moscow project now council is of course, a term of art..
New York Regulators Examine the Trump Family's Tax Schemes
"Yet. Another hit piece from the New York Times against president. Trump USA radio's Wendy king with details. An investigation is underway following a New York Times article that says President Trump received at least four hundred thirteen million dollars in today's money from his father over the decades, most of it through tax dodges despite his claim that he was a self made billionaire who started with just a million dollar loan from his father the times article pique, the interest of the New York State Department's taxation and finance so much. So that they've launched an investigation into the Trump family business. The investigative story documented how the president's father Fred Trump transferred millions of dollars from his real estate empire to his children without paying the appropriate
Investigation underway into President Trump's taxes
"Is underway. Following a New York Times article that says President Trump received at least four hundred thirteen million dollars in today's money from his father over the decades, most of it through tax dodgers, despite his claim that he was a self made billionaire who started with just a million dollar loan from his father. The times article piqued the interest of the New York State Department's taxation and finance so much. So that they've launched an investigation into the Trump family business. The investigative story documented how the president's father Fred Trump transferred millions of dollars from his real estate empire to his children without paying the appropriate taxes
U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin says he sees at least 3 percent growth for next 4-5 years
"Caused by the hurricanes last. Year he decided to help out and to sing about it this album isn't necessarily about the devastation or the destruction it's about the moving forward. That's all coming. Up but first this news Live from NPR news, in Washington I'm Janine. Herbst in northern California the massive wildfire around reading continues to. Burn zone Hudson for member station k. q. e. d. visited in evacuation zone for the car. Fire earlier today I've been driving around in an evacuation zone near. Reading and in that area the car fires. Burned entire hillsides landscapes completely blackened ashes flying around like snow flurries also in. That area there's a lot of homes, that have been completely burned to the ground by the fire they're, totally flattened there's lots of melted and twisted metal but the fires burned so randomly one house on a street could be totally fine and the other could be totally burned to the ground. At tens of thousands have been evacuated many are wondering when they'll be, able to go home are spokesman Chris Harvey says it could be a while your. Safety and the safety of the fire in law enforcement. Cruises number one and in order to ensure that safety. We have to make sure. All the roads continue. To be, closed and An, open only, to law enforcement and fire traffic and. That means that you're you're not. Likely to be allowed to go home anytime soon the fire is still only five percent contained Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the economy will. Continue to see strong growth for the next several years of you, contrary to many economists, and peers mirror Kennedy reports figures released Friday show the economy grew four point one percent in the second, quarter the latest growth rate is the highest one in nearly four years and on Fox. News Sunday Treasury. Secretary Steven Mnuchin said to expect more, of the same we. Can only project a couple of years in the future but. I think we're well on this path for several years he predicted four or five years of. Sustained three percent growth many economists are sceptical that current rates will. Continue though Federal Reserve officials told congress this. Month that they project GDP growth rates of under three percent next year and. Lower in twenty twenty and the ongoing, trade fight also has potential to limit growth Mary Kennedy NPR news Washington Dave before Zimbabwe holds historic elections longtime former, ruler Robert Mugabe gave us a prize press conference at his. Mansion today supporting the opposition and fears ater Peralta has more. Mugabe's sits on a green office chair in Zibo in the middle of his vast estate he's been here since the military forced him to resign in November and he lets it be known. That he will not be voting for Emmerson Mnangagwa who staged. What he, calls a, coup We're That means Mugabe the man who ran the ruling party for almost four decades will be voting for the opposition Mugabe who violently squash dissent, says he now hopes Zimbabwe's will be able to return to quote constitutionality. People he, says should be able to vote freely and fairly in pure news Herati and you're listening to NPR news from, Washington and this is WNYC in New. York I'm Sean. Carlson each of the nearly six thousand apartments in the stare at, city complex lost. Power early this, morning the sprawling complex in east New York has its own power plant workers resolved the issue by late, morning but it would take another several hours for the power to be fully up and running in each building. Barrel Thomas a home health aide couldn't get one of her clients because the elevators were. Down so she sat on a bench outside and waited and my. Client she's oxygen does she can't get anything? On I can't go the. Abaci it's seventeen. Floor Thomas, says emergency, workers Climb the stairs to check on vulnerable residents workers also rescued six people from stalled elevators the battle between New York's public, service commission and charter communications is heating up on Friday the agency said. Charter which, operates in state as spectrum was failing to meet its timetable to expand broadband service into the state's rural areas, in order to the company find another. Provider for its. New York customers within sixty days John Campbell Albany correspondent for the USA today network. Says charter lawsuit, can be expected during that time I do expect for lawsuit to be filed before that so that'll probably, drag it on the short answer is customers are being polled no there won't be any interruption and the state. Says that Charterhouse to continue providing the same amount of service through this new battle charter. Said the spectrum has built out its broadband network to more than. Forty two thousand unserved or under serve home? Since it began its merger. With Time Warner. Cable two, years ago Health officials say the drinking water at the Jacobi medical center in the Bronx has tested positive for the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease, a spokesman for New York City health, and hospitals says required testing of the water found quote very low levels. Of the legionella bacteria the Jacobi medical center. Says it's using only bottled water and is installing new water filters on showers officials say. The risk the patients, staff and visitors is very low in that this New York State Department of health is treating and monitoring the water supply for the rest of, this evening we're looking at mostly clear skies here in our area will. Have low about seventy degrees tonight. Tomorrow Monday, Partly sunny through the day the high could. Hit about eighty two sometime in the afternoon and then. Tomorrow night we could see some showers a slight chance of rain but a. Twenty, percent chance of that mostly. Before midnight otherwise mostly cloudy tomorrow night we'll have low about seventy degrees this is WNYC at five or six support for NPR comes from the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms learn more at Ford Foundation Dot org.
Zimbabwe to hold 1st election since nearly 4 decades of rule by Robert Mugabe
"Says he had run an errand to a friend's house, when the car fire was still miles away and on the other side of, the Sacramento river, from his home far gobbled up that. Ground in a matter of minutes some people saw fire NATO's spin hundreds of. Feet in the air and touchdown destroying homes while leaving others on the same street untouched for NPR news I'm Bob Moffitt police, New Orleans asking for, help from the public following last night's shooting they're looking for two suspects that. They say shot indiscriminately into a group. Of people leaving three dead and seven injured New, Orleans, police superintendent Michael Harrison asking anyone with information about, the shooting to contact police no means does anyone think you need to, take matters into their own. Hands the New Orleans police department. And partners are on this we will stay on it until we clear, it until we hold those accountable For near since as one gunman was armed with a. Rifle the other with a handgun Sam Baba's former leader appears to be seeking to influence tomorrow's election Robert Mugabe today broke months of silence since his ouster under military pressure November saying he will not vote for those who've illegally taken, power in apparent reference to his, former deputy president Emmerson Managua tomorrow's election is the first since Mugabe was forced out Turkey's president says his country will. Stand firm against American pressure NPR's Peter Kenyon reports of Washington is threatening sanctions have Turkey. Does not release a US pastor who's facing trial president told a Turkish news channel that the US would be losing a strong, insincere ally, if it, doesn't change its attitude toward Turkey pastor Andrew Brunson was, held in a Turkish prison for the better part of two years before court, ruled he could, be moved to house arrest while his. Trial on terrorism charges continues officials in Washington said that wasn't enough in president Trump, demanded brunson's immediate release or Turkey would face sanctions Turkey is also seeking to buy American F, thirty five fighter jets at transaction congress is trying to prevent in his interview aired on said. Turkey would pursue international arbitration if the sale is blocked Peter Kenyon NPR, news and, you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first emergency crews are at. A New, York City housing development after nearly four dozen buildings in. The complex lost power the f. d. n. wise has crews. Were sent to start city in Brooklyn's east. New York section this morning after all Forty-six buildings lost power WCBS TV reports fifty seven year old woman who was on a respirator when the power went. Out was found dead officials tell the station that, the machine did not rely on building power because it ran on its own batteries they say she. May have died before the power outage there are nearly six thousand apartments in the housing complex which has its own independent power Our plant. Outside the management of con Edison health officials. Say the drinking water at the Jacobi, medical. Center in the Bronx has tested positive, for the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease a. Spokesman for New York City health. And hospitals. Says required testing of the water found quote very low levels of the legionella bacteria the Jacobi medical center says it. Is using only bottled water and is installing new water filters on showers officials say the risk to patients staff and visitors is very low and. That the New York State Department of health is treating and monitoring the water supply former mayor Rudy Giuliani says guy Molinari, the late New York City politician and powerbroker who convinced him to run for mayor was his staunchest ally. And greatest defender Giuliani was among the mourners at Molinari's. Funeral mass yesterday on Stanton island Molinari died on Wednesday at the age of eighty nine Seventy two degrees right, now we'll be seeing mostly sunny skies today with a high in the mid eighties tonight skies remained clear we'll have a. Low around, seventy degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from Newman's Own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from.
Flatiron District Fears Contamination After Steam Pipe Explosion
"Stores It's high time in. The state of Illinois, we regulate gun shops governor Bruce. Runner as already warned he would veto any new gun control legislation, stocks finished the week lower on Wall Street as a trade dispute with the US and China ask elites the. Dow lost six points this is NPR and this is. WNYC in New. York I'm, Sean, Carlson city officials say inspectors have found no as best does in air samples from the site of yesterday morning steam. Pipe explosion in, Manhattan the city says it's very unlikely witnesses will develop in his. Best dose related illness the city is still inspecting, buildings in the area and we'll begin looking at building exteriors after determining how many of them have been contaminated and evacuation for residents of the affected. Area remains in place the area surrounding Fifth Avenue between. Nineteenth street and twenty second street is still. Closed to the public a former inmate is suing New York state's department of corrections. For withholding his insulin while he was incarcerated at the Otis Ville, correctional facility in attorney Dwindle more says her client is Muslim and was fasting during. Ramadan in two thousand fifteen Monroe is a diabetic, and that his insulin be provided after sundown after several days which is request was met attorney Nimroz me says guards began to withhold her clients dosage. You have to take your influence regularly and you know. He started experiencing medical issues tremors shakes chills. She says Monroe's Rachel for the practice his religion was violated a spokesman for the. State Department of corrections says the agency doesn't comment on pending litigation Hoboken residents, are voicing concern over a ferry companies plan to turn part of. The city's Hudson river waterfront into a home base for its fleet New York waterways says the company needs a fueling and maintenance station..
Shark tooth found in leg of boy attacked off New York's Fire Island
"Beaches and parks he says the second hand smoke isn't good for the beachgoers or. The beach while many of us may look out and see white sand and surf others regrettably see the the jersey shore is, a roughly one hundred and thirty mile long ashtray Murphy said volunteers last year picked up twenty nine thousand cigarette butts off New Jersey beaches the Bill does allow municipalities to open. Fifteen percent of their beaches to smokers and it doesn't include parking lots the fine for violation started. Two hundred fifty dollars for a first offence a former inmate is suing. New York state's department of corrections for withholding his insulin while he. Was incarcerated at the Otis Ville correctional facility an attorney for Monroe says her client, is Muslim, and was. Fasting during Ramadan In two thousand fifteen and asked that his. Insulin be provided after sundown after several days during which. His request was mad attorney Niemira Azmi says guards began to withhold clients dosage You have to take your influence, regularly and you know he started experiencing medical issues tremors shakes chills she says Monroe's right to freely practice his religion was violated a spokesman for the State Department of corrections says the, agency doesn't comment on pending, litigation Officials say at least one, of the two children bitten in the waters off of New York's fire island was attacked by a shark the State Department of environmental conservation was able to confirm that a tooth fragment pulled from. A thirteen year old, boys leg was from a shark though they. Couldn't tell what species a twelve year old. Girl was also bitten a few minutes earlier at sailors haven. Beach, official time and able to confirm whether that attack. Was also from shark both children were, bitten Wednesday prompting officials to temporarily closed the. Beaches they're both. Expected to make a full recovery the. State parks department is extending.
Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains
"Online this is talk six fifty i heart radio cordova sacramento nbc news radio i'm john jeffreys us north korean officials are taking another step toward the return of american war dead the two sides reportedly met earlier today the talks were initially sent for thursday no north korean showed up in the demilitarized zone between the two koreas the return of the remains of servicemen killed in the nineteen fifty two fifty three korean war was a key point in an agreement reached last month between president trump and korean leader kim jong un meanwhile the president says he's not expecting much from tomorrow's meeting with russian president vladimir putin in an interview airing today with cbs news trump discussed the twelve russian intelligence officers indicted by the justice department last week or hacking into the democratic party servers and emails in an effort to influence the twenty sixteen election trump said the democrats had themselves to blame for getting hacked they had bad defenses trump also said he thinks having meetings with people like the leaders of russia china north korea can lead to good things john jeffreys nbc news radio new york state department of health is now officially backing the legalization of marijuana nob laden has the story the state health department handed governor cuomo seventy four page report that comes to the conclusion that the positive effects of pot outweigh the potential negative ones cuomo who in the past called marijuana gateway drug says he may be more open to legalization now record basically recommends legalization for the state you have more control yeah the health department report laid out more than a dozen reasons why the state should legalize the drug while at the same time finding new york generate close to six hundred and seventy eight million dollars a year in tax revenue noam laden nbc news radio new york california fire officials say a firefighter is dying while battling a.