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"newark airport" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"But is it only them? I probably don't fly as much as you, my man, but I've been at Newark airport where there are TSA lines that used to be open that are closed because apparently they don't have people and I had an airline executive whisper in my ear recently that there are shortages of air traffic controllers as well, which was terrifying. He's a 100% right. He's not whispering anything that anybody doesn't already know about. And if you talk with the FAA, they will tell you, they do not have as many air traffic controllers as they would like to have. They're making a huge push in terms of recruitment, but like every other industry, there were people who either said, I'm done, I'm retiring, or I'm quitting, I'm not doing this job anymore, and that staffing is just not to the level where they would like it to be. And that really comes home to roost in high traffic areas like Florida, where the airlines have scheduled a lot more flights than they had before the pandemic, which is understandable so many people are going down there. And let's say the tri state area. Another area where the congestion and the number of flights, they just, they need more air travel. Then stop selling the darn tickets. Don't sell the freaking tickets. But here's the deal. If you can't, Bryant. Ryan, here's the deal. Brian, you were a 100% right, but you are acting like this is something they can snap their fingers. They are gaming out the system in terms of how they believe the stamping will be three 5 6 months from now. They have to sell these tickets in their mind because otherwise you're living a revenue on the table. And so it is a balancing act. And again, I'm not defending the airlines, what I'm saying is this is being poorly handled in terms of the scheduling right now and in terms of the stamping and its industry wide. It is not specific to any one carry. And by the way, it's not just the airline industry. You can say the same thing about the retailers about so many other industries that are kind of chasing after where the consumer, what the consumer wants, where the consumers headed next. It was nothing we've ever lived through to see the shutdowns to see COVID and then to see people change their minds about what they want so rapidly as the conditions change on the ground. But we should point out that what you are seeing right now are some different trends in airline purchases and airline ticket purchases. What's been going on, Phil? Let me quickly let me quickly talk about this because I think this is an interesting trend. We all know how expensive airline tickets have become. I think the average fare according to hopper for the month of June, $390, the average cheapest fare is $201 domestically, according to the according time excuse me, triple-A, and that's an increase of 14% compared to last year. Now we're starting to see buy now pay later options becoming more popular when it comes to buying airline tickets, uplift financing, which is.
"newark airport" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Storms have been rolling through the west much of the region could see rain and snow through Christmas Sarah Valentine lives in Silverado canyon California and she's worried I feel anxious This is you know it's It's scary It's Christmas Am I gonna be able to go see my family You know if we get mandatory evacuation I'm gonna say I have a whole bunch of animals where I live up canyon and I need feed them I need to be there and I mean is my husband gonna be able to get home tonight These are all things that I don't know She talked to K ABC TV Have you seen the video A TSA security officer jumps over conveyor belt rollers and saves a two month old baby who stopped breathing at a security checkpoint at Newark's airport Cecelia Morales used to be an EMT She says her training just took over This is a P news New home sales are up to their highest level in 7 months AP correspondent Mike Hempen has this Sales of new single-family homes increased 12% in November pushing the seasonally adjusted annual rate to 744,000 That's the best showing since April The Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and urban development say the median sales price of a new home last month was just under $417,000 14% higher than a year ago The housing industry is benefited from low mortgage rates and a surging demand as Americans cooped up by the coronavirus seek out larger homes Mike Hempen Washington Tesla's agreed to stop letting video games be played on center touch screens while its vehicles are moving The government was worried about distracted driving and it had announced an investigation The national highway traffic safety administration I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. WC PT willow springs and streaming worldwide 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic updates A little bit of everything out there this morning a lot of roads involved and one thing that could still be a problem is fog in the Chicagoland area It could be locally dense at times On the expressways the inbound Eisenhower stop and go from Richland to Austin to left lanes block with an accident a car into the wall there and the Stevenson inbound still a right lane blocked north of Lamont road with an accident involving a car and a truck tow trucks still on the scene there Express lines on the Ryan outbound at 47 still an accident there And four lanes of traffic now open on the northbound tri state between 75th and Plainfield road southbound still down to three lengths That's traffic I'm Bonnie green At Lowe's WinterFest save $80 on a de waal two tool 20 Volt max brushless drill kit was $229 Now $149.
"newark airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Debbie tried to explain to Muriel what was happening. I was talking to her about how this event, maybe for her, like John F. Kennedy. Being shot was for me because we were about the same. Age. Debbie had no idea. Her older daughter, 20 year old Deora, Francis Bobbly had made it onto a flight to return home from visiting friends on the East Coast. As Debbie settled into work, she got a frantic call. It was from Dior s friend Ali. She dropped your a off at Newark Airport. Ali, Uh, calls me saying I'm so sorry. It's all my fault, and I'm going what she said. Do your decided to catch an earlier flight. And I just heard on the radio that the flight the dura caught. Had just crashed. Debbie's mind was racing. She left work and wandered into a nearby church. She sat in a pew and prayed asking God, Where is Deora and hearing this voice in my head say she's with me. And then to have myself phone ring. And to answer I mean within. Seconds. The cell phone rings after the answer to that, and Only to hear you know, this is this step keyboards and I said Yes. Well, my name is Sharon DeWitt and with United Airlines, and I'm sorry to inform you And I dropped the phone..
"newark airport" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Pilots such as Charles Lindbergh and the female icons Amy Johnson and Amelia Erhard were considered celebrities. Millionaire hard but lady. Then they land at Newark Airport, setting a new woman's cross country speed record here. You had some trouble, Miss Earhart. Well, I lost my head cover and that caused me to lose some time which was serious to me. The young Lord fear followed their adventures avidly. She was jealous from all these achievement of women around the world like a Jew, which is an Egyptian writer and filmmaker who got to know lot fear. We're making a documentary about her towards the end of her long life. He heard about the media at heart. She heard about pilots any in Great Britain. And she said, Why not? Why not me? Why not easily And so, with that attitude, not fear went in search of her dream. She was still in her twenties, when she first contacted a journalist in Cairo named or Sawit, who'd written about the opening of Egypt's first ever flying school. Not fear told him she wanted to enroll. And she asked for his help. The first question he asked here. Did you tell your parents and she had no, he said to her. I cannot do anything. You must tell your parents, so she went home, and she spoke to her mother about her desire to learn to fly. Years later, not fear described how her mother had reacted very bent toward more FA and I'm a safe fuck. Oh, you could say that she approved but you're also worried as a mother. I asked off. Sorry to come home and meet her on. My mother told him she is old enough. She can do what she wants. So with her mother's approval, but without telling her father not fear, went to live with her elder sister and got a job. But a tiny airport in the desert outside Cairo that way have a very small airport called al Mother still exist. It was.
"newark airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From Newark airport Saturday, one to moon by and one to Delhi with nearly 4000 oxygen concentrators and other medical supplies. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston Smitty's radio and a dog stolen right out of a car on Friday in Cambridge back with its owner today. Ah White German shorthaired Pointer named Titus pulled from a car on memorial drive. 29 year old Kyle therapy seen walking the dog. A local television news crew spotted the dog called police and therapy, charged with larceny over $1200 breaking and entering into a motor vehicle with commit Intent to commit a felony 807 Wall Street now business with Bloomberg. The pandemic sparked a housing boom. But the downside is that many potential buyers have been left on the sidelines fires you out in the marketplace, pushing up prices to an all time high and price appreciation at a double digit rate of appreciation. National Association of Realtors chief economist Lawrence Yun says there are relatively few homes available. Currently we are at a Record low in terms of this thing's realtor dot com, expects about 10% of the nation's homes to hit the market this year, up from 8% in a typical year, and Yun says he also sees more homes coming online. Expect some people with some concern about Corbett spread We have been postponing will began to listen be home with teach progress and vaccination. Home builders have been busy and those should show up for sale later this year, But Yoon says the market probably won't stabilize until sometime next year for first time. Buyers the suburbs maybe the best bed. I'm Gina. Serve Eddie Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio and coming up in the 15. It is Mother's Day. And what does Mom want? There are all kinds of voice controlled gadgets in your house. Tell one of them to play WBC news radio on my heart radio and see what happens. Hey, it's Mario and.
"newark airport" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Harvey mayor. No not they should ban these little planes angry. Listen number one. You can't fly these planes in the dark. You can't fly the plane if it's raining too hard. Yeah ways win issue. You can only buy certain in air. There's a lot going on. it's an oversized drone. Pretty pretty much. And you think you're going to get sympathy from harvey. Because i'm in a fiery crash while in my house trying to get out in my house making spaghetti and now i'm dead because some doctor wants to own cessna in four forty seven three that you don't even know how we can flop and now i'm dead and you want me to have to go into for his mice evolve showing benny he stupid planes or the balloon. No area has ray we show jerry. Lynn class they when they crashed in the top lead. Jesus ko south kill yourself data. Don't take me out the boys frigging down right because you want to be all flying planes carrying on a real damp pilots go take your podcast to newark airport and gallon a play which flos bug budgie.
"newark airport" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Is every 15 minutes. Next report at 3 48, a New jersey with a 1.5. New Jersey one a 1.5 instant weather. We've been talking over and over for weeks about this long stretch of quiet, seasonable weather. I've often said it feels like January, but the chill hasn't been that bad. In fact, at Newark Airport every single day of January so far Has registered temperatures at or above normal. Now. That streak may end tomorrow with an intrusion of cold air and wind on the way clouds will gently increases We get into tonight could be some flurries flying around northern New Jersey. Low temperatures overnight will dip to around 30. Cancel snow showers tomorrow morning could be some brief visibility issues and maybe even a coding or dusting on the ground in spots then mostly cloudy, breezy and colder. Tomorrow highs only reached the upper thirties, well back to the forties. On Thursday, partly sunny and quiet, sunny and dry Friday highs lower to mid forties again. From the Edison heating and cooling weather desk. I'm chief meteorologist Dan zero in Paterson. It's 40, Camden, 46. Berkley Heights, 47 fast traffic and instant whether every 15 minutes on New Jersey 101.5. New Jersey weather brought to you by Trinity Rehab. What's more work than putting up the decorations, taking them down. Feeling more pain than normal? Trinity Rehab can help they have a pad, which gets rid of pain in his little is 35 minute sessions. No prescription to get started. Go to Trinity Dash rehab dot com They're here for you Shouldn't comfort be number one in 2021 3 39 1 802 83101.5. You ever find that sometimes almost like half the time we talked about Cove in one of the other office will start to.
Couple removed from United Airlines flight at Newark Airport in New Jersey for saying ultra-Orthodox on flight will spread 'disease'
"Couple was removed from a United Airlines flight bound for Tell Aviv at Newark airport Saturday night after they apparently told an ultra Orthodox student that Jewish people are responsible for spreading coronavirus. Reporting. The Jerusalem Post claims the couple refused to be seated near any ultra Orthodox passengers. In a statement in New Jersey, one on 1.5 United spokesman says they do not tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind. Matter was brought to their attention. The customers were removed and re booked.
"newark airport" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To best seller TV. I'm Taryn Winter. Brill. We're here with Julie Cotino. She's the author of Twist How Fresh Perspectives Build Breakthrough Brands. It's Great to Have you With Us. Glad to Be Here, Terence. So first off to what does twist refer isn't a verb is that it now on do tell. It's both, actually. So twist is a noun like a plot twist writing, you know, new and exciting about your bat brand and your business, And it's also the verb to twist things together. Okay, so to what does it apply, so it applies to finding a fresh way to talk about your brand? To stand out in the marketplace, and it also applies to the methodology that I've created where you look at a category best practices brands that you love and nothing to do with your brand. Then you twist those best practices with your business. Okay, So tell us about the genesis for putting this in writing. What did you find was missing. What was the mistake? People are making that you're trying to fix with the book. Yeah, I think it's so hard these days to stand out in any category. There's so much competition. In fact, I just got back from teaching a class with Tyra Banks Stanford at the Graduate School of Business. Wow, Entire always says that it's better to be different than to be better. And I think that's true. I don't think it's enough anymore for business is just to be really good at what they do. Unfortunately, I think they have to be really good what they do, and they have to be unique and stand out. So that's why I wrote the book. I really want to help businesses of all sizes. Learn how to stand out breakthrough. Make the most of the tiny budgets that we have these days. Entire bags. Probably say that that was applicable to her, right, because in her time she was different yet, right? Yeah, she broke through. She had to differentiate herself. And it's also about personal branding as well in the book. Sure, And I like you discussing the book sort of the moment. You know that this idea this twist approach came to be involved in Mirage. Please tell us what this is A true story, and it So was in the winter of 2002. And I was a branding consultant. I was traveling a lot, and I was at Newark Airport, having a very ho home experience. You know, I really love to visit clients. But I don't really love to travel because I find that the whole process is kind of Boring. You know, there isn't a twist, and in this particular day I was at Newark Airport, and I looked up and all of a sudden I saw these McDonald's golden arches on the tail fin of an airplane. And in that moment, I thought to myself, that's an air line that has a twist. You know that's going to be different. It's gonna have more friendly attitude, maybe a menu of options. You know, McDonald's likes to supersize things. So maybe I could order a regular economy. See, See, the plane was really crowded and then supersized my seat. So I actually start to get really excited about this airline experience. And then I looked up again and I realized it was a mirage. It was the reflection of the food court on the airplane window, and there happened to be a jet parked there. How serendipitous. I know. I mean, the angles were you were sitting alive. A lot goes into that timing. Yeah, it was crazy. And it really was only about 30 seconds. But it was 30 seconds. That changed my life. A lightbulb epiphany moment. Exactly what What did you do next? You said to yourself. I said, That's how you do it. You know, I was working on some clients and I went back and I said I was working with a cosmetics client. I said, Well, this is how we're going to innovate for this client. We're going to stop worrying about what all the competition does. You know it was Avon at the time is that we're not gonna look at Revlon. Has someone in your family lost a job recently and now you can't afford your mortgage payment, or do you have a rental property And your tenants aren't paying you quick cash offer can come to the rescue and pay you cash for your home immediately. Yes..
Millions stick to Thanksgiving travel plans despite warnings
"Health officials have been warning people not to travel this thanksgiving millions are not heeding that call stop living a million passengers hit the airports each day over this past weekend even more are expected to be flying next Sunday the normally busiest day of the holiday period Lena forester was at the Newark airport to pick up her mother flying in from Egypt the airlines are really being safe I feel like it's safer to go on a flight that is going to super market these days Forrester says her family is looking forward to the holiday even if it will be scaled back new cases of the virus have reached all time highs averaging more than one hundred seventy thousand per day and deaths have soared to over fifteen hundred each day the highest level since the spring I'm Tim acquire
"newark airport" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"It's right alongside Newark Airport near Frontage Road, and that's going to be a slow go, especially as you come north out of Elizabeth's grab the express lanes. As the North down alternative. We're still seeing some volume on the north down side of the turnpike as you approach exit number four that is construction and farther up the line Eastern Spur. The term plank is closed north down the entire length of the roadway that is overnight construction. No complaints on the south Down eastern or western spurs. However, the car lanes are the better way to go south down because there is construction in the trump lanes. Just south of exit nine. Construction both ways. Now, between network in Bayonne across the Bay Bridge on the Newark Bang extension of the turnpike, you'll find the left lane out of service. No complaints along to 87 1 95 or the Atlantic City Expressway. Traffic every 15 minutes. Your next report at 8 48. I'm like Barker on New Jersey. 101 point time. Jersey, one of 1.5 instant weather in for a good stretch of weather as we get through the next several days, really going to be on the mild side? CIA mainly clear skies. We got through the night time hours. Not quite his chili lows in the upper forties to around 50. Partly sunny, beautiful weather ahead is we had through Thursday High of 65 to 70 Friday. Early clouds, maybe a passing shower along the coast. I'm back in a mostly sunny weather highs near 70 sunshine over the weekend, with highs up in the lower to mid seventies Meteorologist Mark Thibodeau and we are sitting here with 56 degrees in Jersey City, 45. Degrees in Hackettstown 55 degrees, birth and boy. TESTDRIVE against in whether every 15 minutes on New Jersey one on 1.51 800 to 831 on 1.5.
"newark airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He says. Al is a barber. I can rely on Our next story takes place at the airport nor Ian King told this at a story slam in Seattle, where we partner with public radio station KOW. Here's Noreen Live at the moment. So I've come from New York originally from Woodside, Queens, and every year we used to go back to New York to visit my mother who still lived there. And when we went back, my took my two daughters. It was just me and them. My older daughter, Leah, was about four years old and three months and my younger daughter made was about two years and three months. So on the way there we took a red eye and My two year old daughter who I did not purchase a ticket for because she was two years and three months asleep in my arms in her pajamas, and nobody knew the difference. Everything was fine. I'm saving money. On the way back. So now this is Newark Airport. The airport was packed. You know, after the holiday, it's Sunday. There's thousands of people all over cut flights are canceled. We get on the line. It's about six o'clock. And this is before the days of everybody has on their phones. You know, you have to go up to the counter and check ins. We were checking in waiting on the line. There's so many people in front of us and I come up with the stroller with the two girls packed with stuff. You can just see their two little faces, and they look pretty identical. At that age and all just filled with stuff because all my luggage is on it. Go up to the counter, and the woman says, you know, kind of have your tickets. I said yes. Here they are, And she said, Well, where's the other ticket on? I said, Oh, I don't have a ticket for her. She's she's not two years old. And I hear my daughter say. Mommy. Why did you tell the Lady Maeve isn't too She's two years and three months so Yeah, I turn a little bit and I come back to the counter and the lady said How old is your daughter? And I said, as quiet as I could. She's not too Which is usually how everyone describes have all their kids are so.
"newark airport" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The gentle ways possible why do they think that in the last fifty years or forty years two million sub Saharan Africans that is black Africans immigrated to the United States if America is systemically endemic fully racist all these people fools I told you the story years ago was at Newark airport known as JFK not that it matters which will make it right having my shoe shine bright guy as to where he's from I would love to know or people from other remembers somewhere and I have been there to summer West Africa amid the twenty African countries have a particular interest in Africa anyway yeah he up so I asked them at some point said that tell me if you've refined America racist and it was fascinating he he like he sort of looked around to see who might hear him and it was clear he was struggling with what to say and he looks at me and he goes no it was as if he was a traitor to his race by saying America is not racist he knew what he's expected to say yeah you could say no maybe he he just said no because I'm white but it's not like complex fear saying to whites that America's racists so I I I don't think that that is what's the issue this is incredibly non racist country there are races Senate there anti Semites in America it's not an anti semitic country I said well my twenty five years ago in a piece in UCLA magazine lies at the root of evil and we're living it the lie about the police systemic racism tiny number of unarmed blacks killed tiny more and more on armed whites killed they don't give any data these all these pieces attacking for the cops.
"newark airport" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"T. A. N. seven nine I. art radio station the corona virus hits the five million mark I'm Dave Anthony fox news that is the number of cases now around the world three hundred twenty eight thousand of those people infected have died nearly thirty percent of them here in the U. S. which is still by far the hardest hit country as all fifty states take steps to reopen the president is expressing confidence in the country's testing system finding a lot of cases and we're doing a great job according to the CDC nearly thirteen million tests have been conducted in the United States let's fox's ray bogan the Mississippi and Ohio and West Virginia will lift more corona restrictions today well the unrest grows in other states fox's top pyro governors in New York New Jersey and Connecticut dealing with increasing anger from their constituents over their lockdown orders this as a New York governor Andrew Cuomo reacts to the president calling out the tri state for its high number of infections because by the time we closed the door on China the virus had left China and was already in Europe we have three million Europeans landed JFK and Newark airports in New York and New Jersey that's where the virus came from other also in protest over state homeowners in Michigan president trump will go there today the visit a Ford plant some areas of central Michigan remain under water after two dams failed following heavy rain thirty eight still water moving is it is dangerous and so with people's houses and lives are at stake just crazy to think about he's in middle and about ten thousand people had to evacuate their homes surged.
"newark airport" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"N. K. M. Y. P. fifty to seventy eight local breaking the corona virus hits the five million mark I'm Dave Anthony fox news that is the number of cases now around the world three hundred twenty eight thousand of those people infected have died nearly thirty percent of them here in the U. S. which is still by far the hardest hit country as all fifty states take steps to reopen the president is expressing confidence in the country's testing system finding a lot of cases and we're doing a great job according to the CDC nearly thirteen million tests have been conducted in the United States let's fox's ray bogan the Mississippi and Ohio and West Virginia will lift more corona restrictions today well the unrest grows in other states fox's top pyro governors in New York New Jersey and Connecticut dealing with increasing anger from their constituents over their lockdown orders this as a New York governor Andrew Cuomo reacts to the president calling out the tri state for its high number of infections because by the time we closed the door on China the virus had left China and was already in Europe we have three million Europeans landed JFK and Newark airports in New York and New Jersey that's where the virus came from other also in protest over state homeowners in Michigan president trouble go there today it was at a Ford plant some areas of central Michigan remain under water after two dams failed following heavy rain thirty AC water moving is it is dangerous and so with people's houses and lives are at stake just crazy to think about he's in middle about ten thousand people had to evacuate their.
New York - Newark Airport lines are almost non-existent amid growing fears of air travel due to coronavirus
"Newark liberty International Airport is seeing a big drop off in travelers W. my sis and Nancy Solomon is there I'm at the international terminal and what people who work here tell me is this is crazy crazy empty it seems kind of empty to me but they say it's never like this and especially not in the middle of the day on a Friday I've spoken to many travelers who have gotten off from international flights they say they've never been whisked through customs as quickly before no questions about their health no questions about where they've been every single person said I was shocked
New York: Massive Fire Breaks Out Overnight At Truck Center Near Newark Airport
"Firefighters still putting out hot spots after a massive fire rips through our trucking center last night Elizabeth we had a lot of flammable liquids vehicles on fire Elizabeth fire chief Thomas McNamara says Elizabeth truck center on North Avenue is a total loss after fire broke out about eleven last night a former Larmer they've produced flames and smoke they could be seen as far away as Newark airport laughs it's a blast only one injury though a firefighter who hurt his shoulder no word yet on the cause of the
Woman in NJ under mandatory quarantine
"A a woman woman who who arrived arrived at at Newark Newark airport airport from from China China remains remains enforced enforced isolation this morning over fears of the corona virus she was taken to an undisclosed location Friday for a fourteen day quarantine and J. dot com reports she didn't show any symptoms but authorities are being cautious because she was in the Chinese city were corona virus originated a new report does fine New Jersey is better prepared than many other states to keep residents safe from a wide variety of natural and man made calamities and threats three a farmer men of trust for America's health says their new ready or not report looked at ten key factors for every state in the nation and the Jersey ranked well very well for the second year in a row New Jersey was among twenty five states in the high performance here so you have a high level of readiness to deal with public health emergencies she adds Jersey gets a high rating because many hospitals have excellent patient safety protocols public health funding is up in state labs can handle a crisis but more must be done to improve jerseys water quality David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news growing list of hospitals are banning visitors under the age of twelve and anybody with a fever or cough it comes as flu infection spike in New Jersey in at least two children have died from the infection Jersey Shore notion Medical Center announcing restrictions earlier this week now eight hospitals in Hackensack meridian health network or doing the
China Will Admit International Experts to Assist with Research and Help Contain Coronavirus Outbreak
"On Tuesday as case counts rose Chinese authorities agreed to allow the World Health Organization is an international experts to China to assist with research and containment of the virus it's not clear whether how that will affect the quarantine orders the virus so far has infected five thousand people on four continents that was after it was first detected a late last year end of last year in Wuhan China five cases have been reported in the United States including two in southern California Chinese containment measures could theoretically prevent infected people from introducing the virus elsewhere in the country or the world the virus is believed to be spreading from person to person to coughing and sneezing the information on this is involving on an almost daily basis the question is what is your level of concern in December cases of a pneumonia like illness began amount in Wuhan a major city in central China Chinese authorities who sequenced the virus learn it'd never been seen before but was genetically similar to severe acute respiratory syndrome you knew that is sars that killed eight hundred people worldwide back in twenty oh three in an attempt to contain the outbreak Chinese officials last week began sealing off highways in closing bus and subway systems and will on a city of eleven million people locked down orders have since been expanded and now apply to fifty million people across seventeen cities there in China John my gory has been mostly confined to the past week to his apartment on a Wuhan university campus where he teaches English you can leave the grounds to a single gate if he is wearing a mask but most friends are unwilling to meet up because of fears of falling ill nearly three thousand corona virus cases have been found in who obey the province of which will hide as the capital recent stores in the bustling city the seventh most populous in China largely deserted it's a ghost town now said more gory an American who's lived in Wuhan for six years warnings were used back during the black plague in the Middle Ages according was implemented in West Africa in twenty fourteen during a ball outbreak prompting cries it it's inhumane to track people and infected area while waiting for a fatal disease to run its course though a ball is far more deadly than coronavirus the people left in Wuhan other cities are still likely to feel like they're kind of being left behind as Guinea pigs or or maybe they're developing resistance to it I don't know that's the thing we don't know we don't understand this but we understand one very important thing China is an authoritarian government the Chinese as a culture tend to be more community oriented willing to do things for the greater good than Americans notes Arthur Caplan a New York University bio ethics professor so they're they're more on it even though they are a up in a store tarian state they're more about the community than the selfish Americans are check still any restrictions on freedom will be a touchy thing here in the United States here public health officials often refrain from using the word quarantine so as not to store a backlash remember a nurse flew into Newark airport was quarantine because officials said she had a bola she with the help of the ACLU then sued Chris Christie so should be for and that's the big deal right because the ACLU will soon allow people coming from Jack the people who try to want to commend the ACLU will happily say bring bring the corona virus in America because that's you know that's social justice white people can't trust people in the progressive left because they don't have any sense of decency your dignity and I'm sorry to have to break that to you but that's just that's just what it is so the question is what are we going to do don't sit here and be like that's it over their problem because it's a it's a it's a lot of places problem it's in Europe it's in Asia we got some cases in the United States in fact I read a report earlier today said there are four thousand African students who are studying in China over and we'll on at the university system they want to go back to Africa what do they do the Chinese keep them grounded there and we'll Honda they keep me grounded there in China they sent it back to Africa with this can now become a pandemic that spreads I don't know very it's very scary to understand what the outer limits of health care The Outer Limits of of of dealing with illnesses like this really are every six governments got the answer the government is nothing but force and a treasury government has no answers that's what you have to remember while the media is obsessed with impeachment this is going
"newark airport" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A. B. C. and W. A. B. C. radio dot com a New York City police officer is alive and well because of his bullet proof vest the cop took a bullet to the Chester early today during a violent struggle with the naked man armed with a gun in a Harlem apartment house hours later the officer was released from the hospital the suspect was shot and killed though by police after they were called to the scene by a woman who said he was smashing doors and glass a west point cadet who went missing last Friday has been found dead just for my heart this really does the reaction of one of Kate courageous classmates after learning that the twenty year olds body was found Tuesday night after a five day search no signs of foul play the California kid dented been missing since last Friday when he failed to turn up for a military skills competition his rifle was missing too Karina was a member of the west point class of twenty twenty one the one hundred mile of protected bike lanes built under the blouse you administration open today city officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new fountain Avenue bike lane in Brooklyn construction has been under way at Newark airport terminal one for over a year governor Murphy says real progress is being made this building behind does this facility as a huge step in the direction of a new and even improve Newark liberty Wall Street the Dow up twenty five points the nasdaq up twelve the S. and P. up four point sports game two of the World Series tonight the nationals.
"newark airport" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Was arrested at Newark airport after he tried to bring a knuckle knife through a security checkpoint the man place the weapon in the bin where TSA agents immediately flagged it the man was ticketed to fly to Porter Rico el drunk driving is illegal but so is drunk scooting in Hoboken cops are cracking down on drunk to get on east scooters I think it's okay a twenty six year old woman was charged with D. W. why in a school zone when she crashed her reddit ease scooter into a car that was backing out of a parking space one of the many such arrest since the company line brought you scooters to Hoboken in may with October's eye injury awareness month doctor Joseph Calderon of better vision New Jersey in Cranford says up to forty percent of injuries occur in the home show many injuries are preventable simply by either avoiding certain activities like course play or playing with fireworks or by wearing protective goggles let me repeat that wearing protective goggles one more time wearing protective goggles he says if you feel a change in vision and eye laceration see blood in front of the pupil or experience any pain after an injury that's when I doctor immediately well the Vatican has a smart new gadget to capture the attention of young Catholics they've launched a click to pray rosary to reach young people where they spend most of their time on smartphones the rosary is an apt riven bracelet in the shape of a cross with beads that helps kids learn how to pray activated by making the sign of the cross wind leaves by evening chief meteorologist stands arrows complete forecast coming up to Jersey fast traffic in one minute Jersey news.
"newark airport" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"S. it has led to very little disruption there but southwest which is something known as the southwest effect which is when southwest enters a market the fares in that market permanently go down they drop significant when they enter a market and then they stay down moving forward there is a reverse southwest a fact that people will see in these markets where southwest is canceling service and that is that fares go up I forgot to mention southwest is completely leaving Newark airport and anybody who's ever flown to New York you never want to be at Newark airport the southwest you know it it was not a profitable location for them apparently and so they pulled out so that means then United the dominant carrier there can push fares up higher in the markets were southwest provided competition so that is the effect but all this we're talking about is just money compared to people dying because of an unsafe aircraft I mean that's the real issue here and I'm so glad that the process of bringing the Max into the air is going to involve regulators around the world since the FAA has zero credibility anymore FAA used to be the gold standard and it's a it's a sign of the corruption in Washington with the FAA became what's known as our captive regulator that they thought their job was to Sir Boeing instead of the serve the American people and make sure that the aircraft that we fly on we're safe to fly on instead they look the other way with a number of moves by Boeing there it created an unsafe airplane and safe environment for pilots and unsafe for passengers as well this is got to be done right before that plane goes back in the sky Tim is with us on the Clark Howard show hi Tim hello how are you great thank you tell me how can I be of service to you what I was wondering when applying for an application job the application sometime asks or social security number and I know in the past tense of your broadcast you've always said like doctors offices and things like that never put your social security number on there so prior to getting the job you know I can understand once hired even though security number and so forth so how about prior to that I am totally opposed to employers asking for social security number when they're still in the screening process and it's a reckless thing on the part of employers because it opens them up to tremendous liability when they ask for social security number early in the screening process of a potential new hire because if a with all the data hacks all the all the problems that happen with personal information that companies collect in various ways they end up creating a problem from themselves and for you by having for job applicants social security numbers at an early stage before you've made let's say the first cut her second cut sure so I I am I really don't understand why employers ask for social security numbers and I'm particularly worried about when you go to an online jobs source and just to put in an initial application to be considered for screening for a job your last for your social security number and you're putting yourself between a rock and a hard place if you give that social security number on that initial application for a job yes how would you suggest navigating around that so I I don't know what best to tell you because this is come up with questions from others so I can only tell you.
"newark airport" Discussed on KTRH
"I'm not gonna be late if it in the beginning yeah now the keeps happening is just above jerseys frustrating further PR and marketing always when defense it seems yeah yes heard for sure and I think we're kind of get done with this at this point like it was it was kind of cute well maybe not completely cute but slowly you know on our slightly interesting at least at first I like a ha ha you know funny prank and now we're kinda over there yes I officially we can move on and grow up but yes this grow up and move on get that that would be nice and out with all the distractions that come with airline travel it's not hot not hard to accidentally leave something by hind at a TSA checkpoint to though some items you would think you keep closer tabs on for example a live snake that was apparently a problem for one person who the TSA says left a fifteen in snake behind at a checkpoint at Newark airport this week the agency posted a pic of the orphaned reptile on its Instagram page after discovering the snake and officer PlayStation plastic bin over it until police came to take custody of it it was later identified as a nonvenomous ring necked snake so if your next question is where I've seen the movies why would someone try to bring a snake on a plane the answer may surprise you the TSA said that snakes are not expressly prohibited from flights but you should still chill should still contact your airline to find out their policy on traveling with pets these things are considered comfort pets yes I'm I guess that's there's a possibility of that but you have to check with your individual airline but I guess it's not a big deal I guess TSA people who see pretty much everything seeing as they come through the checkpoint now I'm not a big deal just a random you know Tuesday in their world I got this boa constrictor hits serving as my neck pillow yeah thank you Mike thirteen minutes apart of the hour on this morning.
Southwest Airlines to end Newark Airport service due to 737 grounding
"Southwest Airlines is planning to stop flying out of Newark liberty airport the Dallas based airline made the announcement this morning citing poor financial results link to the grounding of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX southwest currently has fifteen departures a day from Newark airport to Chicago Nashville Phoenix Austin Denver St Louis and other destinations that service will be consolidated out of LaGuardia airport starting November
Soccer, US And New York City discussed on WBZ Morning News
"The women's national soccer team back on US soil they arrived at the Newark airport yesterday with the World Cup in tow next stop New York City for tomorrow's ticker tape parade in the canyon of
Emergency landing by United flight briefly closes Newark Airport
"A United airline flight had made an emergency landing at Newark airport, which shut down the airport for at least an hour on Saturday. ABC's Diane Macedo says the flight experience problems with its hydraulics. United Airlines flight two zero nine eight departed from New York's LaGuardia airport en route to Houston the crew on the Airbus, A three nineteen soon after reported break problem with the pilot asking to divert Newark airport. Passengers had to use the slides you get off the plane, thirteen reported minor injuries. But no one had to go to the
Laguardia, Houston And Newark discussed on Rutgers
"And this morning flights were halted at Newark airport for nearly an hour after an Airbus, A three twenty made an emergency landing of passengers were removed from the United flight and route from LaGuardia to Houston at eight forty six there were no reported injuries and the airport reopened, albeit with delays at around nine,
Why grounding 737 MAX jets is a big deal for Boeing
"Britain, Singapore and destroy earlier have become the latest airlines to ground Boeing seven three seven max airplane after two deadly crashes in the past five months in the latest on Marsh, the tense virtually new Boeing seventy seven max airliner crashed near Addis Abba within minutes of taking off killing all one hundred forty nine passengers and eight crew aboard in October last year, a similar crash kills one hundred and eighty nine people in the sea off Indonesia, the crushes raise questions about the safety of the American aircraft makers top-selling planes. Charles read, the economists travel blogger caliber has been following the story. Charles, obviously, the superficial similarities between these two crashes alarming, but we're still waiting for the authorities to review the black boxes and give a ruling how unusual is it for countries to ground planes before that ruling has come when it has happened before two in twenty fifteen with Boeing seven eight seven there Republicans with bury the an lithium ion batteries on that plane and painter grounded for free months. The I think the big difference is Vert those bat trees and didn't cause any fake lack since at which which killed passengers whereas the possible problems which caused these two crashes have killed quite significant numbers of people. And if we look at new playing types in general, you planes, don't tend to crash so not only to have one two crashes of neuro playing is rather worrying. Whether or not at this. They've crashes because by the same problem, what is the company bearing itself saying about this and what about its own domestic regulators in America bearing hasn't said much safer. I mean pulp because it's raw the busy trying to scramble to find out. What's what's gum wrong? It says it's providing technical assistance to the authorities. It's promised to launch a new software update by next month, which should ensure that the same problem which occurred on the lion air crash in Indonesia last year shouldn't reoccur, but that's fee at the PR machine has has shut down in the at. They were going to launch the new aircraft new long-haul aircraft called the seven seven x tomorrow, and that was canceled because and they have Bravo distracted socio problems with the seven three seven max at the moment. But just presumably this is pretty serious. Burnings business. These are amongst the biggest selling planes, aren't they and one of its its biggest single market, China whose grounded them. Well, it's estimated that these planes produce, I e two thirty five percent of Boeing's revenues. So that perspective it's pretty serious, and the market's taking it seriously in the chef price of the company is fooling significantly over the past two days. However, some boosters say that this is an exaggeration be affect this problems may point to the fact the Airbus's share prices only increased by about one percent of the past day. Fez, any two major companies which produce airliners bearing an Airbus if Boeing is home by this vessel EVA's must benefit by the same amount. However, I didn't think that's entirely full Sewri going on here because opponent has flied thousand orders from seven free seven max eight, but if you're an airline, which has offered this aircraft. You don't have anyone else really to go to to buy them. You could go to Airbus Airbus doesn't have any capacity to make any more planes. I've the next six or seven years it's having a few production difficulties delays, which means vote. It's struggling to produce for one's favor. What he have on older. And so in theory at Boeing's actually, relatively safe position on that in this and people can't walk away and try to get the pain some somewhere else. But the two aspects were Boeing could be hit hard is firstly. This grounding is prolonged and if this groundings Pallone can't deliver the planes. It's made to customers and the customers don't pay Boeing the money for the planes. I'm I'm this means Boeing could have been increasing number of jetliners cluttering up its runways knits taxi raises production facilities. I'm this could be a big drop in a revenue initially and also in the longer term. You could have. Problem with pricing in the yes, they can't go to add bus to buy an extra platens in the medium term. But they could offer discounts from Barings hang obese planes and not particularly safe. There's reputational risk associated with them. And they could offer big discounts and this could reduce bearings. Revenues considerably cantata Abbas in the years to come from what you're saying the business worries not too overwhelming for bang the moment, but in public relations terms, this must be pretty serious. A yes, this is this is very serious fall fall that in the end, I think what highlights the seriousness is that people didn't really cab while plane they flew on. And then you'd be -cational aviation. Geek who would care whether they flying on air. I saw begging and if the pulse two days has been a massive change in public perception about this. People are calling up airlines. People tweeting airlines people are talking on. Blogs and internet. Forums about is fight. I'm gonna go on the bearing on Airbus flight and people are very worried about flying about is plane, and it might well be possible that this plane becomes the first plane will have the traveling public do not want to fly on and we'll pay extra money to avoid, and that's very very serious for the airlines which have bought this plane and very serious in the many of these airlines might not want these planes in years to come Charles one of our colleagues, Charlotte Howard, the bureau chief of New York recently had a terrifying. Experience aboard another burning plane. I think this one was seventy seven nine hundred not the seventy seven max. But she's been telling me about it. I was on a plane from Newark airport to Houston on Sunday night to go to an energy conference unlim-. We're about forty minutes from Houston. There was a bright flash of light. What looked to me like flames? And a violent shaking of the plane when we got closer to the ground as we were on the verge of landing several hundred feet in the air or not many thousands of feet in the air as we had been before. There were more consistent sparks or more consistent flashes or flames. So after we had landed the lights went out and the crews said evacuate the plane. I was near the rear of the plan. So I went out of went down the inflatable slide in the back and other passengers exited over the wings of the airplane and through inflatable sides at the front of the aircraft. The next day. The FAA said there was no evidence of fire. But the report did say that the engine failed shortly before landing. No one was hurt, thankfully, and there were just lots of anxious people understandably in the airport after this head occurred who seemed to be reluctant to get on. Airplane again anytime soon. How does that play into Barings PR nightmare? Well, that plane was a seven free seven nine hundred sevices a previous generation of playing. It sounds like the problems were with more with the engine than the plant cell from the engines are made by different companies to be at rest of the aircraft. However, I'm I don't think the average member of the public was discriminates between the two, and it's probably done the damage to Barings reputation Weber on all sets for saying multiple plane
32 injured after heavy turbulence on flight landing in NYC
"Into the newsroom of thirty two people being injured after heavy turbulence rock the flight that landed at JFK airport. Came in from Turkey. Both F D N Y port authority responded. Meanwhile, things are getting back to normal at Newark airport where a smoky plane was forced to make an emergency landing this morning closing the entire airport for a time. Allowing for an investigation fire has advised accusors focus coming from the cargo audio courtesy of live ATC dot net. Turns out the air transit flight and a fire inside the cargo hold passengers evacuated via the slides that go down onto the runway one hurt with minor injuries. And other may
New Jersey, Newark And Montreal discussed on Bill Handel
"Shut down a flight had to make an emergency landing in New Jersey. The plane was on its way from Montreal to Florida when it reported a fire in the cargo area and was diverted back to Newark airport. Now the airplane landed safely, but the passengers had to be evacuated by the slides
Fed investigating Deutsche's role in Danske money laundering
"Recent rally as some of the data hasn't been coming through quite as badly as the markets were pricing. But I think we're ready relatively flat trading range, the most markets over the course of this year, the all country world index is up five percent this month. That's just behind last year's six percent gain over the same period. This is Bloomberg. It's five oh seven on Wall Street time. You get the latest world and national news for that. We turn to Bloomberg's Michael Barr. Thank you very much. Nathan Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is now allowing consideration of rival Republican and democratic proposals for reopening the government. It comes as the shutdown has entered its thirty third day. Bloomberg's Bob moon reports though, there is no guarantee. President Trump will go along McConnell has insisted he would not waste time as he put it voting on any measure that Trump opposed. Any initially said a Republican Bill with all five point seven billion dollars for a border wall was the only measure Trump supports that. I've stated consistently over the past month. That fact will earn it consideration here in the Senate that hard line appeared to soften though, when he also scheduled to vote on a funding measure from the house after Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer, Blaine Trump and his party for demanding only their way to allow government funding. Everyone knows that. He an leader McConnell are the only obstacles to opening it back up it appears neither Bill may win enough votes to pass. S Bob moon. Bloomberg daybreak secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is said to be wing at twenty twenty bid for US Senate seat in Kansas. A person familiar with the matter says Bombayo spoke with Senate majority leader McConnell and a GOP strategist flights end to Newark airport were suspended briefly yesterday after a drone was spotted along the airports final approach path. The drones were seen at about thirty five hundred feet up live ATC dot com recorded a United Airlines pilot telling air traffic control about the close. Call the drone bows thirty feet off right way. The FAA prohibits drone use above four hundred feet or within five miles of an airport. Without permission. The leaders of Japan and Russia met in Moscow. Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds has more from Tokyo twenty fifth meeting between Japanese Prime minister, Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin failed to bring about any substantial progress on a territorial dispute that has lingered since World War Two and a briefing after that meeting in Moscow. Both leaders said the process would be difficult. They nonetheless agreed to continue trying to reach a deal with their respective foreign ministers set to meet again next month in Munich in Tokyo, Isabel Reynolds, Bloomberg daybreak Los Angeles teachers have approved a contract deal ending a six-day strike global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan, michael. Thank you five.
Big Problems for Newark Airport as Flying Drone Disrupts Flights
"Big problems at Newark airport in New Jersey flights were temporarily halted because of some drone activity that came very close to planes that were flying just north of the airport. Within a quarter mile. Right. The FAA is investigating the drone incident.
FBI agents claim shutdown is hampering anti-criminal operations
"Including the association that represents FBI h FBI agents should not have to go work at a store stocking shelves because they can't feed their families on their government job. They're still working fifty plus hours a week. So when are they going to find time to go get that second job, president of the FBI agents association? Tom O'Connor says operations the target crimes against children drugs gangs and terrorism are at risk house and Senate will vote on competing bills to reopen. The government this week a ground. Stop continues at Newark airport where the FAA says drones were spotted near the arrivals
Top cop at scandal-plagued Port Authority retires after exposure he ordered police escort for radio host Rush Limbaugh
"Story from barrington visible damage to a guard rail after a car jumped it plunged into the hundred acre cove the barrington fire department says the driver was already out of the car by the time crews arrived to pull it out of the water and onto a tow truck the fire department says that driver was the only person in the car and has just minor injuries in barrington tessa roy wpro new the new york the top law enforcement official at the port authority has abruptly retired after rush limbaugh elrushbo who told his listeners that he received a police air escort from newark airport says the chief stepping down immediately according to the port authority rush should sit on the year last month that he received at air court from newark to new york city where he's appearing at a marine corps one forcement gala chairman of the port authority said that an internal inquiry was launched after rush limbaugh's comments w or sports sexist tell the celts not so fast they avoided sweep in philly one oh three ninety two game for laws.
Juelz Santana: Airport police search for rapper after finding gun in carry-on bag
"Sackler is also owned purdue pharma the company that developed oxy cotton which has been widely abused the protest was led by photographer nan golden whose work has been exhibited at tat many museums including the matt a spokesman for the museum declined to comment police say a construction worker has died after he was pinned between a forklift and a flatbed truck in brooklyn had happened yesterday afternoon at a work site in the bushwick neighborhood police say the victim was walking between a four clift and a flatbed truck when the four clift roll forward and pinned him against the truck he was pronounced dead at hospital and police at newark airport are searching for rapper a jewels santana after a gun was found in his carryon bag containing his identification a law enforcement officials says port authority police detectives are searching for the new york city born rapper who lives in new jersey on friday night authorities found a loaded uh thirty eight caliber handgun gone along with an id 4 santana whose real name is lebron james a tsa spokeswoman says agents noticed the firearm in the bag passing through an xray at a security checkpoint and that is when authorities at say the suspect that took off roenick his representatives hasn't have not returned a message seeking comment looking at the sunny skies today we're expecting a.