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"news press" Discussed on KOMO

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03:52 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on KOMO

"The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 vaccination process going much more slowly than the federal government projective. It would. So Who's to blame? There's ABC Jen. A Norman enjoying us now exclusively is surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams. So the leaders of Operation Works be it have admitted the rollout of vaccines. Is not going as quickly as planned. Just two million vaccinations logged into the federal system falling far short of the administration's goal of 20 million vaccines by the end of the year. Do you agree with the president's assessment? That fault lies with the local level? Not the federal Well, here's what the American people need to know. There's vaccines manufacturer. There's vaccines allocated those vaccines delivered. And then there's vaccines put in arms. I used to run a state health department. People forget that we've always underfunded public health going back several decades and so chronically. We need to continue to fund state and local public health better. But I want people to know that as someone who used to run a health department. I've been out on the ground with the with the Health department since September, Dr. Burke has been out on the ground. We've been working with them to ramp up their ability to administer these vaccines from a federal perspective. We are on track to have 20 million people able to be vaccinated doses on the ground by the end of next week is general partner said. So we're on track. From that perspective. We just got to help the state and local entities get those vaccines administered and into bodies and arms right because having the ability is one thing, But there are reports that Washington state has used on Lee a fraction of the vaccine doses delivered there in Maryland. It's estimated about 80% of the state's vaccines have not been administered the governor there, saying federal support is lacking. The federal government's been a lot of money on these vaccines. As you said public health agencies are often underfunded. They are stretched thin, especially right now, don't you think the federal government Could be doing more or should be doing more well. This is what we're talking about every single day, and here's what I want people to understand. I've talked to Tony Fauci, Doctor, Miss India, and we always knew that this was going to take awhile to ramp up. We're still early were 17 days from the EU. A. What people should be a most excited about is that the curve is rapidly increasing in terms of number of people being vaccinated, so we shouldn't extrapolated from What happened yesterday to what's going to happen six months from now what we should do with make sure that curve continues to go up and continue to support our state and local public health departments, which is what we're doing, and that curve going up is good news. Another case of the UK variant has been confirmed here in the U. S. First in Colorado, now in California, because viruses they mutate. That's what they do. We're likely to see more variants. How worried should we be about this? Well, here's what you should do. You should take any worry that you have and understand that the vaccine still look like they're going to work. I've talked with Dr Collins and Dr Fauci about that, as recently as yesterday. But I am more contagious Variant means that if more critical that we follow those basic public health measures, especially this New year's where mask wash your hands, watch for distance and wait together. I know American people that you've sacrificed much this year. This has been a marathon, but we don't want to trip at the finish line. We need to be especially cautious today. Tonight have our gatherings, virtually making sure we're washing our hands thoroughly, making sure we're checking out the CDC tips for faith gathering on their website just to get if many people as possible across the finish line. We want to have a normal new year next year. One is many of our loved ones and family and friends as possible to be able to enjoy that New Year's in 2021 the way we do that by pulling together and sacrificing one more time so that we can ramp up these vaccinations and put this virus away for good doctor drone, Adams. Thank you so much. That's ABC. Jeunet Norman reporting your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau New Now you're Komal.

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"news press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Shelly Adler Within a p news minute, the surging coronavirus continues to take an increasing dire toll across the country. The U. S is averaging over 1300 Cove. It 19 deaths per day. President Donald Trump says his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. Was doing very well after becoming infected with covert 19. A spokesman for the younger Trump says he has no symptoms has been quarantining and following the recommended medical guidelines, the UK has signed an interim trade deal with Canada to give the government more time to negotiate future trading rules as it prepares the country for business life outside the European Union. British Prime minister bars Johnson free Trade is an important part of the way we're gonna buy it back from from Cody. But I also think that Canada and the U K share of perspective about building back greener back in the U. S. The Rockefeller Center ice Skating rink is set to open in a limited way on time for the holidays. Shelly Adler, AP News Press secretary, TJ Duck Low, says President elect Joe Biden quote opposes the death penalty now and in the future. Although he did not say whether executions would be paused immediately once by then takes office. The Justice Department has scheduled three more federal executions before the January 20th inauguration, including two shortly before, Biden is said to take office advocacy groups have called on the Trump administration to pause all executions until Biden is in the White House. I'm sure the antler a spokesman for Joe Biden says the president elect is against the death penalty and will work to end its use. Press secretary TJ Duck Low, says President elect Joe Biden quote opposes the death penalty now and in the future, although he did not say whether executions would be paused immediately once by then takes office. The Justice Department has scheduled three more federal executions before the January 20th inauguration, including two shortly before, Biden is said to take office advocacy groups have called on the Trump administration to pause all executions until Biden is in the White House. I'm surely antler countries across Asia a strengthening measures to control the spread of the new Corona viruses. Cases continue to rise. South Korea has reported nearly 400 new covert 19 cases in a resurgence that could force authorities to re impose restrictions after eating them to spur faltering economy. Japan is scaling back on a government backed campaign to encourage traveling dining out as new confirmed cases reached a record for the third day straight. India reported nearly 50,000 new cases as New Delhi intensive care wards and the capital's main crematorium any capacity China is starting mess testing on three million people in Tianjin following five domestically transmitted cases. I'm Sarah passages. Hey, Mom here to drive you to your doctor's appointment. We finished early. What do you mean, with my human Medicare advantage plan Telehealth appointments with my doctor or covered. Wow, That's great. Well, that's human care Forya. Humana wants its members to get the care they need. Even at home. Humana offers new ways to focus on your health at home because humanity isn't just healthcare. It's human kid Humanity's The Medicare advantage. H m o p p Eo and BFFs organization with the Medicare contract enrollment in any human it plan depends on contract with me. As reported nearly 400 new covert 19 cases in a resurgence that could force the authorities to re impose restrictions after eating them to spur faltering economy. Japan is scaling back on a government backed campaign to encourage traveling dining out as new confirmed cases reached a record for the third day straight. India reported nearly 50,000 new cases as New Delhi intensive care wards and the capital's main crematorium. Any capacity China is starting mass testing on three million people in Tianjin following five domestically transmitted cases. I'm Sarah Bassett AP News For Friday November 20th I'm.

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"news press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on AP News

"On time for the holidays. Shelly Adler, AP News Press secretary, TJ Duck Low, says President elect Joe Biden quote opposes the death penalty now and in the future, although he did not say whether executions would be paused immediately once by then takes office. The Justice Department has scheduled three more federal executions before the January 20th inauguration, including two shortly before, Biden is said to take office advocacy groups have called on the Trump administration to pause all executions until Biden is in the White House. I'm surely antler. A spokesman for Joe Biden says the president elect is against the death penalty and will work to end its use. Press secretary TJ Duck Low, says President elect Joe Biden quote opposes the death penalty now and in the future, although he did not say whether executions would be paused immediately once by then takes office. The Justice Department has scheduled three more federal executions before the January 20th inauguration, including two shortly before, Biden is said to take office. Advocacy groups have called on the Trump administration to pause all executions until Biden is In the White House. I'm surely antler countries across Asia a strengthening measures to control the spread of the new Corona viruses. Cases continue to rise. South Korea has reported nearly 400 new covert 19 cases in a resurgence that could force the authorities to re impose restrictions after eating them to spur faltering economy. Japan is scaling back on a government backed campaign to encourage traveling dining out as new confirmed cases reached a record for the third day straight. India reported nearly 50,000 new cases as New Delhi intensive care wards and the capital's main crematorium any capacity China is starting mess testing on three million people in Tianjin following five domestically transmitted cases. I'm Sarah passes. Thank you. It's your apartment speaking and I need some favors. When you're singing in the shower. Just try going up a key You're trying to be an alto when really you're a soprano..

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"news press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Shelly Adler with an AP News minute the surging coronavirus continues to take an increasing dire toll across the country. The U. S is averaging over 1300 Cove. It 19 deaths per day. President Donald Trump says his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. Was doing very well after becoming infected with covert 19, A spokesman for the younger Trump says he has no symptoms. Has been quarantining and following the recommended medical guidelines, the UK has signed an interim trade deal with Canada to give the government more time to negotiate future trading rules as it prepares the country for business life outside the European Union. British Prime minister bars Johnson Free Trade is an important part of the way we're gonna buy it back from from Cody. But I also think that Canada and the U K a share of perspective about building back greener back in the U. S. The rocket Fellers center ice skating rink is set to open in a limited way on time for the holidays. Surely Hadler AP News Press secretary TJ Duck Low, says President elect Joe Biden quote opposes the death penalty now and in the future, although he did not say whether executions would be paused immediately once by then takes office. The Justice Department has scheduled three more federal executions before the January 20th inauguration, including two shortly before, Biden is said to take office advocacy groups have called on the Trump administration to pause all executions until Biden is in the White House. I'm surely antler. A spokesman for Joe Biden says the president elect is against the death penalty and will work to end its use. Press secretary TJ Duck Low, says President elect Joe Biden quote opposes the death penalty now and in the future, although he did not say whether executions would be paused immediately once by then takes office. The Justice Department has scheduled three more federal executions before the January 20th inauguration, including two shortly before, Biden is said to take office. Advocacy groups have called on the Trump administration to pause all executions until Biden is In the White House. I'm surely antler countries across Asia a strengthening measures to control the spread of the new Corona viruses. Cases continue to rise. South Korea has reported nearly 400 new covert 19 cases in a resurgence that could force authorities to re impose restrictions after eating them to spur faltering economy. Japan is scaling back on a government backed campaign to encourage traveling, dining out his new confirmed cases reached a record for the third day straight. India reported nearly 50,000 new cases as New Delhi intensive care wards and the capital's main crematorium any capacity China is starting mess testing on three million people in.

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Facebook threatens to block news in Australia

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

Facebook threatens to block news in Australia

"Facebook have threatened to block all news in Australia unattached exactly. What have facebook threatened to Dir? Well, I, guess, the broader context here is that the Australian competition and Consumer Commission have come up with this draft bogging card, which are facebook and Google would pay a little bit for the news that they have on different services. Google, they don't like it. facebook have been a little bit quiet on what they think until today. But in practice, what this means is that they would really use that our over the algorithm used paid to block local news links. On Who Uses News spades, which is pretty kind of it's an intense move. It's an intense flex and shows that they're pretty serious and so willing to use some argue abused that Paulo to prevent cooperation with the Australian Federal Government. This news broke in the New York, TIMES NBC and Bloomberg, in the US, there was Dropped to the USTRALIAN media, what does that tell you an attache Rabat Vice Strategy do you think I think facebook strategy here really says what's happening in Australia sort of like proxy war for a broader regulatory battle that's happening back in Washington d say and back in America. It's kind of a shame though because us. Down in Australia having like a healthy news press and I'm open minded as to the types of regulation that you would tool to that happen. It has consequences for us down here. So it's kind of a a little bit concerning that this huge multinational can sort of us I suppose Australia. I don't want to say play thing because they do have you know definite interests at stake here that they. More within their rights to kind of litigated or get out there in this way but I think that there is a bit of using Australia. And the hassle with the actual Seder sent a bit of a message back to regulate is in Washington I also wanted to some degree Natasha with a they felt like I couldn't get a fair hearing if they tried to tell the story to the media given, there has been something of an awesome that mentality it's kicked into gear in the last couple of weeks. Do you think I'm reading too much into that to? Be. Honest I think facebook like a lot of these tech companies can be quite opaque in how they deal with the press in general so I don't think it's just that they don't think that they'd get a fair hearing with the HVAC. I, mean just on a practical like the managing director of Facebook in Australia and New Zealand we'll ason probably caught same much until you get sign off from his higher up. So there's also I think that chilling affect for their local leaders that they're really don't want to sign anything to these trillion press that could threaten. Speak. Freely about what they actually think that could potentially you know their jobs will save within the company. So they're not as sort of free to just chat chat to us as journalists in the same way that. Local ASX listed company CEOS can because they're at the top of the trace of they're like, well, you know I can tell you what's going on from my perspective is a slightly different kind of corporate dynamic at play which I think changes how open with the press they ought down.

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"news press" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Fox News Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany moments ago, again rejecting the more than $3 trillion cost of the Corona virus relief package passed by the House in May and calling the House speaker fundamentally UN serious. The negotiations. Speaker today, saying talks won't resume unless Republicans double their trillion dollar proposal. Democrats also want more money to help schools re open after Republicans proposed Mohr than Whatthe house passed on that issue. House figure Nancy Pelosi says school ST Additional resource is to keep Children healthy. If you're going to have Children in school, you must have more spacing. Bit more spacing anymore rooms and if you need more rooms, you need more teachers, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos told Fox News. She stands by president Transfer proposal The fund schools that fully reopened parents should have the power to take those resource is and find a school or an environment that's going to work for them. The American Academy of Pediatrics has reported in 90% increase in Corona virus cases and Children between July 9th in August 6th, Fox's Rachel Sutherland, Joe Biden Praising the United Arab Emirates for agreeing to full diplomatic ties with Israel, calling it a historic step, a deal brokered by the Trump administration. I want to thank the leaders of Israel and the US for their courage and for their leadership. Affords this tremendous agreement. President Trump, hoping it leads to more progress on Mideast peace. It's part of the deal to stop annexation of land sought by the Palestinians, Biden says. If elected, he'll oppose annexation. The Pentagon plans just hear clear of any presidential election dispute to spokesman telling reporters. The constitution doesn't provide a role for the US military to be an arbiter of election disputes. It's after some retired officers urged the Joint Chiefs chairman in a letter to take action If the president disputes the results. America is listening to Fox News. Is your retirement going is planned. If not, there are steps you can take today to get back on track. The last thing you should do is nothing. Here's David scrapped bestselling author and CEO of the Retirement Income store. You don't have to cross your fingers until he's hoping for growth in this unpredictable stock market. There is a more conservative way and that's to invest for income without all.

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"news press" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That's fun to have 202 100 Catch. The schnitzel live every weekday afternoon from 3 to 6 on 12 50 W. Z Impact radio is the Schmidt show. Well, for a while. Now, I've been talking about the Supreme Court cases and the biggies that were coming down toward the end of the session. Of course, the Supreme Court is typically done by the end of it. June, but With covert 19. It seems that things got pushed back a little bit. That's why we expected and of course, that's what's happening is that some of the final decisions for the session are coming later in the game here. And that includes the Trump tax case, which that we've been eyeing and I and I, and every day I've been saying what is the tax case? Common? Is that going to be the last one coming down the pike among the last and Well, the answer is, yes, it will and that will be tomorrow will have the tax ruling. From the Supreme Court regarding Trump's income taxes and the really reasons why the Democrats and others want to get a hold of Trump's taxes. We know what A very large push for this is all about. I mean, let's not pretend and we'll get to that coming up in just a bit. Welcome to Schmidt here on a Wednesday Only moly. The week is already where the midway point where? Where does the time go anyway? Welcome. Function it here. 808 01 89 99. The number for the program to agree to disagree to die, Elin and bring something new to the table. 808 01 8999 If you ever feel compelled to get on in simple is that an update here? Regarding the guy at Costco in Florida, down in Fort Myers, who started screaming and Ah, lady questioning his lack of mask wearing and then a man that was videoing the situation Well, we now have confirmation Actually. Late Yesterday there was confirmation from his employer in Fort Myers that He had been fired. And just a quick little recap Here. I've got the audio cued up. This was at a Costco store in Fort Myers in Florida, and the guy is yelling that he feels threatened. Because people are asking him. Could you please put on a mask? It happened back on June 27th but the video was posted and just went viral a couple of days ago, and it turns out that He was identified. By those that know howto just to do Cem and work the Internet. Folks figured out who this guy Wass. And then where he worked. And then we got confirmation that the insurance company, the insurance agency, where he worked in Fort Myers fired him. And this is confirmed by the Fort Myers News Press newspaper, and he worked at Ted Todd Insurance..

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"news press" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Americans trapped in a remake you breaking news press reported hailing twenty third with minor delays Columbia River highway closed between Larkin Ainsworth in both directions by staff found a way to sunny side twelve minutes eighty four westbound ten minutes four five six minutes Bennett knows K. E. X. traffic now KQ weather super early Sunday morning showers gives way to a partly cloudy skies to finish the weekend highs still the cool side in the mid to upper sixties to start the work week we see a drying trend continue and the warming trend as well low seventies to upper seventies Monday and Tuesday indicated weather center I'm joined glitch another it's a crazy story really desperate times call for desperate measures I guess real estate agents the listing has gone viral big time thanks for a little help from big foot a guy by the way Daniels Jr was getting ready to list of five bedroom three bedroom bath home in Felton California when he decided to do a little something extra to make the home stick out to buyers so what he did he had photos taken of himself throughout the house doing things but it was a different.

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"news press" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on KOMO

"In Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor then elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community reach out and change the world it'll change your own unbound dot org global eagle river forecast just a perfect day today sunshine and temperatures around seventy degrees mostly sunny and near seventy tomorrow probably the upper sixties will cool off on Saturday partly sunny and a high about sixty two is a weak system brushes by back to mostly sunny skies on Sunday sixty five now right now in downtown Seattle it's clear in forty seven stay connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good morning it's five forty six break her shoulder and manufacture the cold all morning news press one to get the editor's desk there are some other stories we're following the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits is down and yet still staggeringly high the labor department says five point two four million people submitted first time request for unemployment benefits last week that's down from a record six point six million the week before it also means that something like twenty two million people have filed jobless claims in the last three weeks the three hundred fifty billion dollar program to help small businesses before they're wiped out by the corona virus pandemic is just about out of money about ninety percent of the money for the paycheck protection program set aside to help keep workers on the payroll has been handed out without further action from Congress the program will end of leaving seven hundred thousand loan applications just paying a response team from the centers for disease control is headed to the Smithfield foods plant in Sioux falls South Dakota which right now is the biggest known single source of coronavirus cases in the country the pork processing facility is closed now after more than five hundred workers tested positive for the virus along with more than a hundred twenty other people came in contact with an employee the federal team will tour the plant and try to figure out what needs to be done to get it open again south Dakota's governor has refused to issue stay at home orders in that state apple and Google have announced they're teaming up to develop a new contact tracing app and it's already grabbing the attention of privacy experts believe the city's crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett is with us right now good morning Brad good morning Greg tell us what you know about this happened whether these concerns are warranted so here's how it works you have to voluntarily agree to download an app and once you do that then it will allow you.

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"news press" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Watch news press it's not because of the president in the least because of the press the Mickey Mouse and Minnie mouse morons in the audience there seizing on one word seizing on a phrase why did you do that it's just it's just it's it's it's incoherent and incomprehensible to me there's a doctor and a lawyer she's both who wrote something called life liberty and the coronavirus I don't know if I'm allowed to give her name I don't want to get her fired but when you're a Stanford graduate as a lawyer and a doctor you're one smart person I'm a board certified emergency physician she writes seeing patients on the front lines than the covert nineteen pandemic I'm one of the anonymous health care providers you see covered from head to toe in PP I'm also an attorney graduate of Stanford University law school bubble I'm an American and like you I've watched this pandemic unfolding harder my heart is about the legal and political not medical it's not possible that we could have a public health emergency that threatens millions of Americans lives for example a highly lethal and contagious virus that still exists in laboratories such as the smallpox virus could be reintroduced by an enemy nation but the wolfhound viruses and in that category this is after all at least the third respiratory virus from China the past twenty five years first the bird flu then sars that H. seven N. nine it was clear from the outset the Wuhan virus was not a deadly threat to most people but it was a potential national problem and one very specific way it was if it was unchecked it had the potential to cause a temporary shortage of ventilators for critically ill patients but the data was clear from the outset that there was never going to be any other potential national problem knowing this I could never have imagined that the result will be a collapse of freedom and by the way the present the United States has and shot a single business Newsome Cuomo merry and all the other doing dons they've shut their business even businesses that can mitigate which has been my raw spot here if the business can mitigate follow the guidelines let him open less that sounds like an exaggeration it's worth remembering that only one month ago the idea of closing the American economy what happened so absurd that even the thought was impossible to conceive such a concept never existed until suddenly it did in retrospect we can see just how delusional is I believe that any rights are permanent and even more vulnerable than the economy our political rights anyone who doubts that just has to reflect upon the fact that while we are all working together to get the economy back within the past two weeks laws have been passed prohibiting Americans right to paddle board alone in the ocean drive alone in their car without a face mask said at a picnic table with their spouse shop in the wrong section of a store or sitter their own car in a church parking lot governors and mayors all over the country passed these laws and the police are enforced our declaration of independence starts with granting us the right to life liberty the pursuit of happiness for the first time in most people's lives our liberties being threatened freedom seems so ingrained in our culture the most Americans can't even imagine that it's possible to lose and in fact there are many financial and legal safeguards to our freedom from prosperity to the constitution to state laws threatening a lawsuit is someone imposes on us but just because it seems impossible to forcefully eliminate our personal freedom does not mean our records are permanent because what a thief cannot take in the dead of night I con man could coax away in the light of day why would anybody ever give away their personal liberty the only thing more valuable the liberty of course is life itself most people would trade away their freedom to save their life this is such a predictable human response that is very easy to exploit if someone can convince you that you may not be alive in the future if you don't care so much about your constitutional rights today but just maybe you're starting to think the constitution might have a longer lifespan than the Wuhan virus from the moment we decided as a nation that we should not gathering groups of thousands such as larger arenas it took less than two weeks for some states and local governments to make laws prohibiting gather gatherings of as few as ten people and it took only another two weeks for some state and local governments to pass laws against driving alone are picnicking with your own family this response was not inevitable some western countries have halted large gatherings such as such as sporting events but allow their citizens to make their own choices about work in smaller social gatherings I get to decide of grandparents and grandchildren can see each other contrast America is currently considering laws such as the government going.

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"news press" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"news press" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Fraternity terror thank and respect the modelers who have really worked on this because there's a there's a large number of them have worked very hard to and it done a lot of predictions and what we did is did we did predictions of predictions we like to integrate data and so that's where you come up with these numbers I think Dr fountain I both strongly believe that if we work as hard as we can over the next several weeks that we will see a potential to go under the numbers that were predicted by the models and I think that is really two things it is the extraordinary compliance of the American people and the digital diligence that they have mitigated with because remember we're doing this strictly by behavior change I was very hard to change the directory of viruses on just behavior change we have had difficulty in our past doing that on so that's what we're doing and that's what the American people are doing but the other side of that is the incredible insights that Washington state and others are providing on how to better care for the patients in the hospital so those two pieces are coming together that could have a dramatic impact on the predictions of the mortality from this disease so I'm glad you asked that question because I I've said it a couple times here I want to say it again repetition is good is that models a good day they help us to make projections but as you get data in you modify your model and they've always says data always trumps models always so what I feel and I believe that Dr Burks also feels that I don't think anyone is ever mitigated the way I'm seeing people Medicaid right now this has never happened in this country before so I am optimistic always cautiously optimistic that if we do what I've been talking about over the past few minutes we can make that number go down I don't accept every day that we're going to have to have a hundred to two hundred thousand deaths I think we can really bring that down what a what a model says because when the data comes in all sorts of things you know maybe you are essentially over shooting the model and I think that's what we can go that's the reason why I like to always get up and tell the American people if the virus is doing with the virus wants to do and if we as a society doing what we can do okay just amplify that from a lay person's perspective in the American people are doing the initial data what we've seen in California and Washington support for the American people are doing these things which is nothing short of loving your neighbor I mean the truth is the threat of serious illness for most Americans is relatively low with the threat of serious illness for seniors with with underlying health conditions or anyone with an immunodeficiency is very high and when when we see Americans putting these principles into practice the way you all have been it really major considering others more important than yourself and and I have to tell you for the president for me for all of us it's deeply inspiring which we just need to continue to do it for all of these thirty days and will bring that number down.

"news press" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"news press" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News press one person Israel vote by the way of Francis Congress is working together in an all hands on deck approach to the coronavirus Linda Kenyon reports Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says Congress is moving quickly to provide funding to help with treatment prevention and protection from the corona virus I asked for eight point five billion dollars one point five billion to the CVC to continue rapid response three billion to public health and social service emergency funds to billion to reimburse state and localities and finally a billion dollars to get this vaccine over the line that funding could be approved by Congress and released within days I hope it would pass the house and Senate this week and next week Linda Kenyon Washington Israelis have begun voting in the country's unprecedented third election in less than a year photos will decide whether longtime prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power despite his upcoming trial on corruption charges Netanyahu is the longest serving leader in Israel's history almost three or four to one identified missiles into its eastern sea overnight resuming weapons demos after a month long hiatus Michaels tells more the launch is from an area near Wonsan came two days after north Korea's state media said leader Kim jong-un's supervisor artillery drill aimed at testing the combat readiness of units in front line in eastern areas Seoul's joint chiefs of staff confirmed the launch is in a statement but couldn't immediately say how far the projectiles flew or whether the weapons were ballistic or rocket artillery Kim had entered the new year vowing to bolster his nuclear deterrent in the face of what he called gangster like U. S. sanctions and pressure bill Michaels Washington I'm coughing pope Francis told pilgrims gathered for the traditional Sunday blessing that is canceling his participation in a week long spiritual retreat because of a cold first time in his seven years he's missed that about a million friends Hey it's Larry o'connor and guess what kind of day I'm having I'm having a great hair day yes I'm having a great day thanks to P. A. I. medical Virginia the multi unit here grafting procedure I had can.

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"news press" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"news press" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Produce that's as fresh as it gets freshness you can taste right now it's cloudy in fifty seven degrees sad Lindbergh field AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news press report we know there was fog visibility was described as very poor by people on the ground nearby when a helicopter with nine people aboard crashed north of LA in Calabasas LA county nobody survives among those killed was retired NBA Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant one of his daughters and a prominent college baseball coach roughly a football field debris LA county sheriff Alex the underwear able at a late Sunday update the FAA is already on scene and they provide a very invaluable assistance they secured a five mile of flight restriction for the the area of the crash site doctor Jonathan Lucas is chief medical examiner given the terrain and the condition of the site we expect that this will probably take at least a couple of not a few days to complete the recovery the forty one year old Kobe Bryant was remembered Sunday by the famous and the fan from presidents trump and Obama good teammates and opponents CBS news special report on top forty and then making your real estate investment portfolio grow coming up in this half hour read what a real estate investment trusts might mean to you that's straight ahead right after we check in with bill Thompson in the real estate today newsroom hi bill hi Steven the big coastal markets make it most of the attention of realtor dot com reports that in December the number one hottest housing market in the country was fort Wayne Indiana for the six months in.

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"news press" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"news press" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Dave Anthony fox news press made up their minds to impeach president trump just before he was even inaugurated Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell still awaiting the case that accuses president trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress house Democrats have not sent them over yet demanding a fair trial Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants witnesses who refused to testify in the house warning if Republicans are allowed to sweep these charges under the rug and permit the president to ignore Congress they will be creating a new precedent that will long be remembered as one of the Senate's darkest chapters house speaker Nancy Pelosi has just started to talk and she says the next thing for us to oversee the process that is set forth now president trump says Democrats of shame themselves insisting he did nothing wrong fox's John decker live the White House deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley saying the president is already looking past impeachment and ready to govern this is a man who continues to work he's got the corporate mentality the businessman mentality and he wants to do things for the American people he's doing that a house also looking past impeachment with speaker Pelosi scheduling a vote on the U. S. Canada Mexico trade agreement for later today that legislation supported by the president expected to pass the house and the Senate day from John at the Senate there also still working on a plan to avert a government shutdown tomorrow night when funding would run out they are considering a one point four trillion dollars spending plan already approved in the house a procedural vote is looming later today there's news just out on the housing market showing nearly two percent decline in previously owned homes sales partly because of a shrinking inventory of houses on the market but a median price for a home is more than five percent higher than a year ago on Wall Street another record day down ninety points to an all time high America's listening to fox news now here's your storm team ten forecast rigid arctic air settles in over southern New England temperatures only reaching the low twenties today by feeling much more like zero to minus five outside an afternoon wind chills feeling like the low teens skies remain mostly clear.

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"news press" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"news press" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The city council voted last night to further investigate a civil ethics complaint against councilmen the shady and sham well mayor George fuller voiced his concern about ten miles comments for me it's not just about the black state of emergency it's about being pulled over holding news press conferences saying many things that were proven to be completely and utterly false Jamal defended his right to make those statements earned my seat to speak you may not agree with the things that I say that I have the right to say them make anyone now hire an outside attorney to investigate whether shambles conduct violates city ordinances Boeing's decision to stop production of the seven thirty seven MAX further hurt airlines that operate the aircraft aviation expert in retired captain at Danny Kelly says southwest and American could take a financial hit because not only can they not operate the seven thirty seven Max I also can't expand yes up until now it in continuing on in the future until they put their party back on the air once the flights return to service it could take some time to convince the public the aircraft is safe to overseas crashes caused a nationwide grounding of the plane Eric bushman KLIF news let the pontificating begin well it was just this morning that I realized with the word pontificate started pontiff pontiff yes really it took yeah how how old are you I've just never made the connection so we had a we had a network and port that referred to a pontifical of secret yeah I'm typical as a pontifical why that sounds like pontificate on the.

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"news press" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"news press" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Com for details on a quite cool whole house fan that's QC Colorado dot com I'm more going on Kayley newsradio Colorado's news press one to stay for the rest of the afternoon partly to mostly sunny with just some isolated thunderstorms later today a high around ninety degrees tonight down to sixty five tomorrow will be in the low nineties mostly sunny maybe an isolated storm same thing for Sunday will fall back to the upper eighties early next week and a better chance of storms will eventually into the forecast from CBS for a meteorologist Chris beers on KO a news radio it is starting to cloud up we've got eighty two degrees in Aurora the president announcing a new trade deal with the European Union with more American beef being sold in Europe he says sales will increase forty six percent in the first year with even a bigger jump after that over seven years they will increase by another ninety percent in total the duty free exports will rise from one hundred and fifty million dollars to four hundred and twenty million dollars an increase of over one hundred eighty percent yesterday the president said his administration will impose new to US of ten percent on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods starting next month stock still diving on trade fears the Dow industrials off one hundred sixty eight points the S. and P. five hundred losing twenty six of the nasdaq down one thirty one on next year's ballot you'll likely see a measure to strike down a new state law that would have Colorado's nine presidential electoral votes go to the candidate who wins the national popular vote Coloradans vote has turned in nearly double the signatures needed to make the ballot fake McNulty explains why they believe being tied.

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"news press" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"news press" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You, as we hear that starts rolling. I mean, let me ask you you've, you've been out swimming out in the Iran recently. No was that you pull in the, the, the mind off the off the burning oil oil, ship was at you. I see you in the boat with everybody else there. They pulled the mine off the Cy. I saw the white hair. I thought I saw a thought it was you, what are you looking at? Where did you get your information? Now, they shut these the showed that they had the, the whatever hovering overhead. They did a full film that was all over the place. And the Iranians tried to shoot it down a couple of hours before, and it shows the Iranian boat coming in up to one of the burning ships and their taint was burning. It was burning been hit. But this mine didn't go off or something. So they took it off the boat and they left with it. Okay, my problem with all this, you know, our president. Such a liar. I know I hate everybody the people listening, hey, but it's the truth. He just doesn't tell the truth. It's like the old sky is falling, and you never know the sky suddenly falls, it's over. There is a problem in Iran. I just have a hard time believing this guy, and all these doing Japanese captain say, the cat said they didn't know. So the guy's like a missile. Yes. They don't know. Let me tell you Robert you're in a boat. Suddenly, you get wacked? You'll know it. You, you big wool boat. These guys didn't know it. If you're in a car, and you get hit, you don't know what happens to get out of the car, and see if a big boat like that doesn't have any kind of recordings alone on the side that it's just an oil rig. I'm not a racist world boat. It's got to halls and it takes the oil. It was only a few years ago that down on the east coast of Africa. They were being attacked by these folks who are coming up these speedboat, right? Taken over the whole boat. But this is a little bit different because that they took. You're right. They took him over, they, they get that movie. The Philip, and they came in and took them out, one day they kept getting ransom and they came in and took them out one day, and they didn't do it anymore. Those are the pirates coming in the pirates from there. But the point is, I was thinking, why don't they have cameras? They got kept, because he stood have never. They don't expect this to happen. It's going to change the insurance companies are gonna make requirements and stuff. But when you get hit you get. Hit and the, the Iranians run that area down there, and they did it so but it's just either either Trump is bringing us to war. I know you think we're going there, and I would ask you about that, because you think you told me knowing their old wants to go to war stopped, both. I think it's Trump or we back off and we're gonna have to make decisions here because he's rampant up. I think he's hoping they're going to talk. They're not gonna talk because coming is he thinks God talks to them. So, you know, yes, he does. Okay. No, no, no. Has on does talk to pets. But but but because you said, so but, but. Maimi. He talks to him, okay? He talks to him down there in Iran. So he thinks he talks to him. And he just goes. Hey, hey, it doesn't matter. They call the supreme leader supreme supreme the Supremes Diana Ross. She was later was the supreme was another. Didn't like the flow. She don't know because the boy she loves Romeo do we have waiting for here. We have Leo from king Kingsmill, Leo. How're you doing Leo? Mark. Hi, hi, how are you? And I like to say hi to your service dogs, too, but I don't know their names. Bang and Heathcliff. Yes. That's. Find your weight you guys are so misguided you gotta have service dogs getting to and from that station. They're more emotional support dogs Leah. Well, you guys demean yourself. When you call names, you shouldn't call. Anybody names behind her back if want to call somebody name, you do it to their face. You can receive at media proper feedback. I say we're on the radio somebody a liar. Or you think somebody told a lie you say what the lie is you say what the truth is. And you say how you know that, that person knew the truth, but told a lie. Proper way doing it. Okay. Well, we have the Washington Post is ten thousand lives lets you may call that up right now. The Washington Post. I made a point about line. They put up ten thousand lies. Would you like for us to not reading that left? You, Don McCann. Okay. He's now calling Don Mcgann a liar when the president refuses to go under oath and answer questions. He's the liar on that he sits to go under oath, and answer, quite well. But he isn't the one that did anything but began said he did. But no, we're not you're asking about lies. I'm telling you lies Leo afraid to tell the truth. People name he is he's a liar. What do you want me to say? He's an unintentional. He lies intentionally in front of you. I would do if he was here in front of me. I have. No trouble being care about me. Guys is talking about the constitution today. You had a caller last week and you didn't correct him. Then what about the second amendment would about talking about muskets and some other nonsense. The second amendment is part of the Bill of rights as part of the constitution to begin with. We the people. It doesn't say we the militia. It doesn't say we the fake news press the first amendment. Is it just for the, the press is for anybody? That's the first amendment isn't just for militia is for every position is right on everybody can have guns, and we think that you should tax it like crazy. And that's been our position. We're not fighting people owning. 'cause we think they should be able to own assault weapons. But absent that we think onum, I don't care. We say, though tax this taxi ammunition big time cigarettes. That's what we said. That's not on constitutional layer. You say the word is not in the second amendment disappointed. You didn't correct the fellow when he thought that the second amendment applied only to a select group of people, he'd never said that. He didn't say that. It does say the militia, why would you miss quote this guy? He never said that. Well, that's the second amendment says the where the militia and the second amendment part simple that has nothing to do with anything with the words in there for three grammar the words in there, Leo. What are you saying? Thankfully. I'm sure that when George Washington James Madison outside, it was raining, and the neighbors tire was flat. The neighbors tire was flat, whether it was raining or not. I'm sure they had the constitutional convention. They did the Bill of rights. They said, look at that dangling participle. Well, they probably threw it in there just to create some excitement for you to forward. You didn't talk more about this. Ransomware scam in Baltimore City. We have been crazy on. Who are they cover enough for? That's what I wanted to. I mean we opened fat today. How do we know? Yeah. You open with it, but didn't just said about their competence. Well, that's what would you like to discuss about it? Labra Leo talk. Pew. So it's got to be somebody else that they're covering up. Okay. I don't understand what, what's the issue spirit to try and understand what the issue is what they do was. They were totally incompetent there were patches issued. They were there pack, Leo, Leo, their patches issued. They didn't put in the patches, and we had old computers. Didn't even take the patch. Guys. Gotta learn something a math computers before you talk. Ransomware is always by invitation. Not intrusion. These people do not break in somebody lets them in it's like opening the door. It's not like a home invasion where they bust down the door. Ransomware is is by invitation sneaks in, and then you open it up, but Microsoft had a patch to stop it. And we did not have the computers to be able to use that patch. Where do we take it for that? What, what are you going to begin with? What else is happening? It's happening in Baltimore. Maybe one other place. We need we. It's like you said they refused the state health to at the beginning. Right. They're covering up for somebody this whole thing was an inside job. This is not intrusion, especially for what do they want? Seventy eight dollars was the, the price of the ransom. I think it was seven seventy thousand seventy eight thousand or so then we're gonna pay eighteen million. We got because we did a horrible job. We have one of the most income, we'd love it here. This one of the most absolutely incompetent administrations around period. Can't you just accept it? They're incompetent that it's true. Right. We agree with you. It's better to have a conspiracy than just being competent. Sex you, if it's a conspiracy Kellyanne that use the phrase alternative facts, not Sarah Sanders. I told you we're not. We said Kellyanne you talked about afterwards, but not about the alternative facts. It was about your misrepresentation of hatch act. No. Oh, here we go. Go ahead. We need a good laugh. Just having a good time here at least seventy good time. Luckily, we this isn't like what Albor was doing. When we go we stick with her though, we have to always do what aboutism. Sure, is that Al Gore was violent as one of the office of the office of whatever it was whenever council, it was came out, so she should be fired. That wasn't us that was then office. Everybody ought to be doesn't work there anymore. What does doesn't work? They're retired. But he was the office of special counsel. That wasn't the special counsel, the talked about her. This is an internal whatever watchdog office. That's an internal watchdog that, and they came out the office was not. It was not. It was not. I'm telling you look it up there. Check on it. Do another fact that you got. We always liked being corrected, but we're not wrong. But when even though. No Muller retired. He still has influence over that organization. But it had nothing to do with Muller, but now he thinks it. So there was nobody to, to go back to complain about it. No. It's different group had nothing to do with Muller. I'm telling you. I'm not gonna argue you look it up when you call us next week. And you tell us we're right. I'll feel good about it. Well, if you're right, I will call you back in all apologize. You don't have to apologize. We do you call him Leo. Let me tell you. We may not agree with you. We may think you're wrong, but we appreciate your calling. We appreciate you telling us Europe your opinions. We, we respect all opinions here, and we really appreciate you listen until us. And we gotta cut now but we hope to have really great weekend service dog. So you find your way. Do our best. Thanks. Bye. Bye. It is. I think so it's more an emotional support dog than anybody. But I tell you look at this kind of stuff, it's, it's just it's just a lot of action just going to get you sit there in a man's just doesn't tell the truth that you find any any ten thousand lies there. Meanwhile it's, it's to be it's just other stuff. We really should be back on the issue of the ammunition and taken out, these these trying to control some these assault weapons into some of this kind of stuff. I mean it's really pretty sad for all that. Let me ask you this Roberts is removing four happen at Hong Kong, they had those big protests a million people because you see that 'cause the they made him back down. I don't know why it's a surprise. But this is what shows the moral of the lack of morals or or in our president, and how it works. He will go in. I have no objection understand. I have no objection to what he's taking what China, we have to take on China, not militarily. But we have to take on it cannot get the problem with that. We should try to negotiate, but when the people in Hong Kong, I don't everybody knows but in Hong Kong, they were saying that if they wanted to charge, you something, the mainland, they could take you from Hong Kong to send you to the mainland you're finished. You're gonna be lost in one of the gulags there. They take it's total absolute dictatorship now as bad as now, but probably now Thome probably probably getting close. So they went crazy. In the people started protesting in the streets. President Trump did not say one word out of were nothing zero. He didn't get up there and say, you know, this is one of the reasons we're fighting China because these are two opposing him because this is the kind of stuff they wanna do to people take away their rights Harley talk about the Ubers..

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"news press" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"news press" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With our conversation as we say football never goes away. Coach the networks and TV are so intertwined with college football because it's big business, and we love the fact that we can basically see every team whether playing on Saturday with their playing Thursday or Friday and just hope it works out for you and your schedule so that you can enjoy the best in college football. The university of southern California twenty nineteen season would be in coach August. Thirty first today is June. First July first August person then at the end. Fresno state BULLDOGS will be coming down to play USC and coaches putting out as a seven thirty Pacific kickoff pod at memorial calls him. This is a big football game or USC coming back into Memorial Coliseum. And one of the things that quite health and talked about, was that the US see salute to Choi would undergo, I guess a face with if you will, and in places to Troy, and he mentioned this at the bay club, where he was giving a speech at does his coaches tour, they would have a full scrimmage in the Coliseum on the seventeen which is the Satter Saturdays before the Fresno state game now from a scheduling standpoint, but once Angeles Rams are playing the Dallas Cowboys in Honolulu. So normally because USC shares stadium with the Rams that there's two ram preseason games there. Cut that back to one because the following week of the twenty four the Denver Broncos will be playing the Los Angeles Rams. So what that means is that if you're a season ticket holder, and you haven't had a chance to sit in your seats and you don't know where to park. You don't know where the session stands are. This is Damien opportunity on that day, Saturday on the seventeen to me announced to come in to the call him. See twenty nineteen version of the inverse, southern California Trojans coach from our standpoint. We talked about this playing two games that are row at seven thirty. The following week September seventh Stanford will be in town. Way, did you put USC with actual Dame experience? And I'm sure budgets, not an issue hotel, stay on a Friday night, all day. Previ- walk-throughs in the hotels, getting used to the meals, everything that you've gotta do get on the bus company traffic. Unloaded to call him going. Get dressed. And then play full scrimmage and then have a post game reception as you would if who's a regular season game. Tuck out try to go through that with you, and why it's so important that you have a practice. What do you call it a practice address practice rehearsal of everything you gonna do for real on game day? And I think a good way of doing that since USC has not done that and did not do that in the spring with the full pledge scrimmage and coaches off the field, and all of the above think it's very important that they do this. And I think it said excellent idea for the Trojan football program to have went on August seventeenth become more aware and know exactly what's happening and the new stadium and the five new coaches and being able to work together on the headsets and all of the above. I think that you don't want to come into Coliseum looky looky looking around. Ooh, look at the new turf. Look at the news press box look at the new locker rooms. All of the distractions that will happen playing in a new renovated stadium. So you want yourself obviously to focus on the game, and you need to go through all of that. Like you mentioned for though, tell that are riding buses to the taping that pre game meal to what you expect for drafts and the way you talk and you wear headsets all of the above in the locker room procedures you checking your cell phones, all of the above what the rules, regulations are of a football game, then again, I would schedule the time of this event that you mentioned both games are at seven thirty pm. I would make sure that this event would be at seven thirty pm. But I think it's very important to, to get used to the new lighting in the Coliseum that has been installed in their, the new services and looking into the lights and catching punts passes and all the above. So I would schedule everything around the two games, which start at seven thirty pm that would be like you mentioned, Fresno state, and Stanford think. I think it's good to almost do exactly what you would do game day. What you might not like when you practice on the seventeenth what your procedures were the you would change before the game not after the game where you'd already want her lost the football game you need to make changes. So I think that's all part of it. It's part of practice, and also, as you mentioned for the fans, are they important to that they know whether parking spots, are, how they can get that are parking spots. Make it easier for so many of the fans and people have not been renovated college him and don't know where the new parking areas are, and how to park there again, for the media, they go at work in the new press box to know where they sit what they do. And all the above there, I think, is very important as well as the fan sitting in their assigned seats or the seats that they purchase. So they have an idea of how to get to the seat from the tunnel interviewing points and all of the above there. That's that's to go on in the suite. Beats they should be open to for people to go through, and I'll be privileged to go through a sweet. What's people I know in July the thirteenth that, oh, exactly then invited to go on a tour there to see all the sweets and so on and, and be able to see exactly what they offer to all of the people who coaches sweet so prepared for game for the fans and the coaches and the media's is just about as big as the players and coaches getting ready for their opening game in the Coliseum and Chuck, and as you mentioned, the opening game of the year is going to be so important. It's not only important a USC, it's important university, or any high school or any community college or anyone involved in competition. Coach, one of the things that important to me is, is also being able to prepare for the unexpected, one of the reasons that when I cover the Rams during the regular season. I never listen Pechiney, especially in preseason to actually go through the process when you have a certain time for kick of finding LA traffic of getting into the right parking structure, because if you're a professional, and you're out there to perform that is most important, you have to be at your peak best, one of the great shows that you during the course you're in US, Trojan talk is you talk with the nutritionist, and we know that in August the temperature in Los Angeles is different during the day minute. It is. And again, plus, your body is always mentioned, if you're practicing early, which a lot of schools doing US does that now and you're playing at seven thirty here your inner clock. Doc, is definitely off. I know from getting reading this show at nine o'clock with you every Saturday night. Then I pay myself on a Saturday differently that I would if I was doing a one o'clock show, would you why? Because you have to be fresh, you happen able to do it the right way. And with things going on with the band and traveler at all the things are, are the show for the university started California, and let me save this with the cost of tickets with the aging alumni base, with the new student body that's coming in. You have to make the special why you was five and seven last season. Not have success against Notre Dame UCLA your big rival. This is a very big football game and opened up against Fresno. Statements go back for enough in the history of football. You know that one of the toughest losses in the freedom bowl to Fresno state tread gopher was the quarterback and just a pretty good US. Eighteen Kush by Larry Smith. That was Larry Smith last football game at the university of southern California. So that's always in the back of Trojan says much. No, I it is Chuck, and I think the coaching staff and as a fan, I think people dwelled that now on what the season was last year. USC the record of the season last year for USA and you gotta look forward as a football coach and a football player and look forward to winning and starting big and you can't look past anybody today. Look at Fresno state. Latch, your came to the Rose Bowl and in Pasadena, and really gave UCLA when it's worse, beatings of the year tempered, did such a great job of preparing his team. So you won't overlook Fresno state. They can't overlook anybody and they gotta get ready to play. They're very well coached, Fresno state, and they'll, they'll bring a nice big crowd down at the Coliseum. It'll be Labor Day weekend. And people be all fired up and ready to go and take a look at the new Coliseum and see. Exactly the new version of the two thousand nineteen USC Trojan football program. So the momentum of build and it'll be an exciting evening for everyone at good, Terry long period of time for a nice tailgate and to get fired up. And so on to go into the Coliseum for the opening game of the year. It's very important that the opening game of the oh, I always felt you win. Now for Fresno state. The opening game of the year is, they're gonna play you at C down in southern California where they do a lot of recruiting, and it's going to be huge probably was their number one sign on their locker room as far as the biggest game of the year as far as a regular schedule game of the year, not about not that the mountain west operates in the great conference the other people they play, but going to USC play US's really big for the Fresno state program, as far as being able to is that brag about going twelve and one beating Arizona state last year in the Las Vegas bowl and then open with another Pac twelve team USC in the Coliseum. So it's a huge game for them. And their off-season has been based on that opening game. So it's very important for them to do well in that football game they sometimes don't play as well in the second game for USC. It's not a Notre day. It's not a Washington. It's not somebody that, that has the name recognition, but USC knows how dangerous Fresno state is that they're not ready to play. So it's a big game for both teams and exciting game for both teams and USC as a slight favorite in this football game. So I think it'll be a great contest and sub to look forward to all football fans. But Chuck, we gotta take another short time out here in our toge football report, again, I'm Harvey Hyde with Chuck, as we wanna think the south point casino in Las Vegas Nevada for the sponsorship of this show. And again, let me just mention to you that some of you do Instagram would just follow me, coach Rb high. That's it. Coach harvey. Hi. Again, my website, Harvey, hi dot com. So buckle up with us fight on everyone will.

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What Is The Path Forward For U.S.-China Trade Negotiations?

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:27 min | 2 years ago

What Is The Path Forward For U.S.-China Trade Negotiations?

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from US's online MBA ranked number one by poets in Kwan's NPR listeners reap the benefits of a prestigious USC NBA. Find out if your if it more at USC online, MBA dot org. A presidential advisor made headlines yesterday by aknowledging effect. The fact involves President Trump's trade war, which involves ever increasing tariffs on goods that Americans import from China. The president has repeatedly made a false claim that China pays the tariffs yesterday. Chris Wallace of Fox News pressed White House advisor, Larry cudlow. It's not China that pays tariffs. It's the American importers the American companies that pay what ineffective a tax increase and oftentimes passes it onto US consumers. Fair enough. I in fact, both sides will pay both sides will pay and these things, and of course, it it's a the tariff on goods coming into the country, the Chinese aren't paying. No, but the Chinese will suffer GDP losses and so forth with respect to a diminishing export market by the end, their cud lows position was close to what economists have said China may well suffer if the taxes choke off US. Business with China? But it is Americans who pay the taxes and those Americans include Maggie rival, she's an American business owner and her California company light gear makes backpacks and luggage out of recycled materials, the bags are made in China and his tariffs climbed rival called off plans to expand her American company and instead began to shrink it, I cut back on my marketing, but I cut back on my own income late a couple people on libel says without some relief for small company may not make it past August, we do need to find a better solution between the two countries and get some balance in there in protection for the intellectual property, but crushing small companies and costing jobs over here. Just doesn't seem the right approach. One Americans experience of the trade war. David Wessel is with us next. He is the director of the Hutchins center at the Brookings Institution. David good morning. Once again, KOMO. Good morning. Steve I want to follow up on this. The president has imposed tariffs. We should note on multiple countries. Not just China. He says he loves tariffs. Tariffs are great. He prefers them. If he doesn't get a trade deal that he likes that they make money for the United States is any of that accurate. One piece of it is accurate. Tariff is Larry cudlow said attacks on the stuff that we import from China. Now, the president is right. The treasury is collecting money from these taxes. The question is who's paying those taxes? Now, China may absorb some of this. They may not pass along they may cut their prices or their currency may fall, which makes it a little easier for us to buy their goods without paying more. But as Larry cudlow said the available evidence suggests that most of the tariff is paid by Americans either the businesses that import the stuff who may choose to absorb the pain or alternately, the consumers and also domestic manufacturers who compete with China where we have them are free to raise their price. So basically, this is gonna hurt at eventually the American consumer now it's been a very small affect so far. We still don't import most of the stuff we buy and many businesses have been holding the line, but at a twenty five percent tariff. It's very hard to believe that will continue. Well, it wasn't supposed to go. This way was it because although the president has said he likes tariffs his goal was a trade deal. There were expectations of a trade deal just days ago. How did the talks go so wrong? That's a good question. I think there were some miscalculations in surprises on both sides here. According to my former colleagues at the Wall Street Journal, Bob Davidson, Ling Ling way who are covering this closely, the Chinese President Trump's criticism of the Federal Reserve as a sign he was worried about the vigor of the US economy and needed a trade deal, particularly as we get closer to the presidential elections. Mr. Trump, meanwhile figures that the Chinese were backtracking on some of their previous commitments they deny that. And he figures that China's being hurt more than the USO he decided to get tough. And so we ended up with this impasse. The Chinese have been really interesting, though, their rhetoric is very tough this morning. They've been saying, you know, we're not going to be pressured into a deal, but they haven't retaliated they've invited. The trade Representative Bob lighthizer in the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to come to China. It's not clear they're going to go and Larry cudlow keeps talking about how president Xi of China and President Trump are gonna meet in June at the g twenty meeting in Japan. I'm just dwelling on something you said there, David Wessel. You're telling me that the Chinese listened to the president and tried to figure out from what he says about so many issues what he was thinking and apparently made a miscalculation. Yeah. It's hard to believe, isn't it? Okay. So now, we have a situation in which neither side has said the talks have broken down. But they stopped stopped for the moment. And we don't know when things get resolved. What are the stakes? Well, the stakes are pretty high foreign stock markets this morning have reacted negatively. And I suspect that will continue unless there's some progress in the bigger picture is that when the United States agreed to let China into the World Trade Organization in two thousand and one in the Clinton administration. The hope was China reformers were on the rise. China's was on a play by the rules of the global economy. Chinese economy would become more like ours overtime. And that hasn't happened to the great frustration of businesses in the United States politicians on both sides of the aisle. So I think that what's at stake. Here is really an attempt to renegotiate the relationship between these two big powers how they'll interact in the future. And more broadly, the whole rules of the global trading system are at stake here. And I think that it we're not sure how it's going to shake out for domestic political reasons. Each of these men she and Trump seem determined to project an image of strength, while not hurting their economies the longer this. On the bigger the risks that this will have some damage done to both sides. And we did hear from megi rival that American business owner, even though she's being hurt. She had some sympathy sympathy for the goal of of of improving business conditions for Americans. David, thanks so much. You're welcome. That's

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Los Angeles teachers to resume classes Wednesday after vote on contract deal

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Los Angeles teachers to resume classes Wednesday after vote on contract deal

"Of Hyundai and Kia cars and SUV's with four cylinder engines have at least double the non crash fire claim rates the institute began looking into the issue after a consumer group noticed a higher than normal number of complaints. The automakers announced last week that they will recall about one hundred sixty eight thousand vehicles to fix a fuel pipe problem that can cause engine fires recall follows previous engine failure recalls trial, Snyder NPR news, Washington, the Catholic arch. Diocese of Hartford. Connecticut has released the names of forty eight priests. It says have been credibly accused of molesting minors. Connecticut. Public radio's Jeff Cohen reports that the personnel files date back to the nineteen fifties. The archdiocese says it has settled one hundred and forty two claims from victims of sexual abuse and paid out more than fifty million dollars as a result. Most of the claims concern incidents that happened before nineteen ninety Gail Howard, a survivor of priest sexual abuse and co leader of snap. The survivors network in Connecticut had limited praised for the move. It is a positive step. But it is also too little too late. The Catholic church has not lived up to its promises to have zero tolerance policy and to be as transparent as possible Hartford joins more than thirty diocese across the country that have decided to release the names of abusers for NPR news. I'm Jeff Cohen. You're listening to NPR news. Former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera has been elected to the baseball hall of fame Rivera heads a class of four new players added to the hall, but he's the first ever to be elected unanimously by baseball writers details from NPR's, Tom Goldman. Joining Rivera are two starting pitchers. The late ROY holiday played for Toronto. And Philadelphia might use seen played for Baltimore in the Yankees. The fourth player elected is designated hitter. Edgar Martinez he spent his entire eighteen year career with the Seattle. Mariners Rivera with his trademark cut fastball. His calm, demeanor and smooth delivery became the best closer in history. He had more saves than anyone. And now he's the first to get into the hall with a vote from every eligible baseball writer notable among those who didn't get in. We're Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds, the two most prominent players linked to ban drugs got a few more votes than last year. But we're still well short of the seventy five percent of votes needed for election tongue. Goldman NPR news. News press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says the White House as reached out to the Kentucky high school students embroiled in an encounter with the native American activists and a black religious sect in the nation's capital last weekend. Sanders has President Trump plans to invite the students to the White House? The president tweeted earlier that the teenagers have become symbols of fake news. Meanwhile, Twitter has suspended an account that helps spread a video of the incident citing a violation of its policy against the creation of fake and misleading accounts. On Asia market. Shares are mostly lower after it down day on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials lost three hundred one points.

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Florida cop claims Burger King put dirt on his food — investigation reveals it was seasoning

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02:36 min | 3 years ago

Florida cop claims Burger King put dirt on his food — investigation reveals it was seasoning

"Dean morgan's friend human every he's knocking invite you inside i don't know how you found out where he lives maybe she'll go in the front yard and you said i bet that's jeffrey dean morgan's have so the boehner is you can be a fan but don't going peoples property ed off my law impression that's boehner candidate number one boehner candidate number two let's army pepper my dad used to call it fort myers florida fort myers police officer noticed something unusual on his burger king receipt it said the word police made him kind of suspicious that they put that on the he suspected there was something nefarious going on he reportedly took to facebook on wednesday with a big complaint that the workers at the four oh four cleveland avenue burger king had put dirt on his burger at first i thought it would just burned old bacon i was hungry and ate the burger in the last night i saw dirt and grit on the burger in disgust i threw it out the window he wrote this in a sense deleted post written under the facebook name macro durham which i guess isn't his real name he also indicated that when he went back into the restaurant the complain the the staff had a good laugh the news press reports that the post quickly picked up steam shared more than eighteen thousand times by wednesday night except the reason the staff had a good laugh is there was no dirt it was seasoning on the burger at like actual so he said it was dirt dirt seasoning and and they they investigated it it's just the mccormick seasoning it's a salt and pepper splits spice blend that they put on so was not first of all you don't throw it out the window and discussed if you have a complaint you keep it and the reason they know this is they have a camera in the kitchen and they went back and looked at it well and the other thing is getting dirt in the kitchen you have like somebody ran outside or like you have a little bucket where you're like hey someone we don't like grab a little bit from the dirt maybe there's a potted plant in the back okay so boehner can't number two it's army pepper boy coming up in.

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