17 Burst results for "Newspaper Journal"

"newspaper journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A voice example there I want to say into this phone there's a bomb in centennial park you have thirty minutes yeah it this is a movie I think that's going to have people wondering just how much how professional cops can be sometimes and also how professional journalists can be and in fact a journalist with the Atlanta journal constitution is at the center of the controversy this week because the paper sent a letter from a high powered law firm to Warner brothers the production company for the movie and Clint Eastwood the newspapers accusing the studio and filmmakers behind that historically based film like it's historically based they say it's based on a true story which means that they are playing at least some fast and loose games with the with the specific details and sometimes you gotta take poetic license just in order to make a coherent movie because you can't necessarily in the way things work when you're writing I've written several screenplays myself when you're writing your stories you can't take a real life event that that maybe takes place over a long period of time or is in a book so you might have the book as your source when you're adapting that to the screen play and you find this on all these movies that are most I would say most of these movies you see these epic movies that show some historical event they'll have characters that are not one two or three people but are actually a calm positive for people so they eat you think that person did all those things no actually that's one person who represents the activities that those four people did you see how that works with the screen play because it also you have to make it you sometimes you have to truncate the time a little bit but if you're going to make an assertion of fact in a movie that you particularly may affect somebody else's life it's incumbent upon you to make sure that that is an actual detail of truth that you can validate in case they file a lawsuit against you or defamation and in this case the newspaper says through these attorneys that there were false and malicious statements made portrayals of the newspaper and its reporters particularly a female reporter whose reporting helps turn a real life hero into a public feeling so that's where that controversy came from last week and it really Clint Eastwood been mostly silent on this issue just so you know would you like we're coming up on a break here but just so you know this is that the again historically based story of this security guard Richard jewel who found a pipe bomb in Atlanta's centennial Olympic Park during the nineteen ninety six summer Olympics any work to get others clear the area his heroic actions according to this story save lives went from zero to villain after the media including that newspaper journal constitution now deceased reporter Kathy Scruggs reported that he'd be become the F. B. I. suspect reported that Jewell had become the FBI suspect that character by the way it played by Olivia Wilde in the movie so they the letter says the agency's reporters reduced to a sex trading object in the film such a portrayal makes it appear that the agency sexually exploited its staff and or that a facilitator condoned offering sexual gratification your source in exchange to a source or sources in exchange for stories so obviously they're angry I'll give you when we come back after a break I'll give you Clint Eastwood's response and then we'll talk a little bit about TV movie detectives who's tops who's not who's on the outs this is about Wall show I'm rob are to go and you're listening to news ninety three point one K. if we get the case became morning news helping you start your day informed with local news updated constantly breaking stories from Sacramento northern California and around the world dependable traffic updates every ten minutes plus a forecast to help you plan your day Christina went on to.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"By the by Exchan- if you've ever wondered why by several low frame between the wheels whereas boys bikes have a high frame primed to squish delicate bits if you slip off the seat preventing immodesty in the skirt wearing sect is. Why q the panic? Ministers preached that taking a nice bike ride on Sunday was ruining people's observation of the Sabbath. One writer called this development alarming worse than saloons. Another said that bikes were literally literally satanic. Doctors put out the notion that bicycling had dangers. Well beyond the very real threat of crashes and accidents articles were published with titles like harmful effects of the bicycle upon the girls pelvis. The problem was in the design of the bicycle. Saddle riding with one's body weight. Too Far forward might lead to friction heating of the parts where it is very undesirable and may lead to dangerous practices practices and women were advised to sit up properly straight and tall when riding to avoid it or even to ride sidesaddle meaning both lakes on the same side no advice was given as to how to propel a bicycle forward using only one pedal and not immediately fall over while try to sit sideways lease on the tiny seat. Tennessee doctor reported. It was not uncommon thing for a female patient of his who obviously enjoyed such dangerous practices practices to experience a sexual orgasm three or four times on a ride of one hour. Are we sure. He's writing against bicycle riding riding. Sounds like he's hitting all the selling points. Doctors also warned that the vibrations would lead women to become sexually insatiable and even lead them to become come lesbians bowing to pressure of the panic. Bicycle Manufacturers designed modified saddles that euphemistically promised to deliver riders from such injurious pressure. Even if your bike didn't drive you to lesbianism it could still damage your character by letting you out in public where you you might socialize with unmarried men. The most extreme manifestation of the sentiment came from Charlotte Smith whose boston-based women's Rescue League League denounced bicycle riding on the grounds that it made young ladies on womanly and immodest and prevented motherhood among married women. According to a circular the organization disseminated nineteen ninety-six. Bicycling by young women has helped more than any other medium to swell the ranks of reckless girls who finally drift into the army of outcast women of the United States and if a woman could freely move through the world who knows what sorts of ideas she she might be exposed to. It's little wonder then that the women's suffrage movement started shortly after women took up cycling Susan B. Anthony succinctly concluded clued that cycling has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. There were still a few voices of reason in eighteen ninety six a writer for the Chicago Daily News without the double standard for the treatment of women when a woman wants to learn anything or even have any fun. There's there's always someone to solemnly warn her. It is her duty to keep well. Meanwhile she can bend over the sewing machine for five cents an hour and no one cares enough to protest. I but when the same women condemned to sedentary lives indoors find a cheap and delightful way of getting fresh air and exercise. They so sorely need there is. It's a great hue and cry about Physical Welfare. Speaking of sensible messages we got one recently from one of our newest patrons at patriots dot com slash. Your brain on facts. I was lucky enough to get to new patrons over the previous weekend one called Wail Biscuit. I do not. I know the backstory but I assume I would like it and the other one William Tasty who wrote in to say good day to you and thank you for hours of information. I'm forty eight back in college fulltime and working fulltime nights. Needless to say sleep is almost nonexistent in my life. Right now you were a voice Jason Content keep me riveted all night long to put it in perspective. If I listen to music it has to be fast. beat or I start yawning. I've never never yawn to your podcast. And coincidentally the first podcast. I've ever listened to. I've tried others in the past but just couldn't connect maybe because my adhd brain needed to hear like mind have a good day Oh and Savannah is just adorable in her cast. Thank you so much bill and I promise everyone is. I've promised before that science with Savannah Age seven will come back sometime before the girl turns eight and that rock history with Joe. Christie is almost ready little launch so bill and Wail Biscuit now joined the other members at patron dot com slash. Your brain on facts and enjoying bonus mini episode voting on. MM topics exclusive swag and more if you want to get involved with your fellow brainiacs. Without spending any money you can always go to facebook dot com slash groups with an S. slash BRAINIAC. Break Room to post Koufax that you find and to see other facts that I find during the week that don't fit with that week's theme of course we're on facebook and Instagram at your brain on facts and twitter at brain on facts pot and of course always appreciative of people. Like Richard Ordinary case Eric Parfait the most stable genius for helping to share our posts because word of mouth is still the best way to help a podcast the ability for women to communicate freely whether to other women or two men fueled two fires of moral outrage H.. One against telephones and one against the mail these days parents and other adults are up in arms about the deleterious effects of screen time time on children or young people being bombarded with or sending sexual pictures long before tinder the very act of talking on the phone got some folks assault twitter painted. You remember talking. It's that terrifying thing that some people still insist on doing when they could just text you Edison's original vision for the telephone was for use in emergency situations but primarily for business which meant for men even after telephone spread to homes. It was still expected that one man would call another man for brief an important exchange of information. It wasn't until the nineteen twenties forty five years after the phone John was invented. The telephone companies started advertising telephones for personal communication picture. The wife and homemaker of the nineteenth century expected elected to have no interest or ambition outside of the domestic sphere suddenly being given away to talk to other women who are similarly cooped up in their gender roles. They soon realized that this new fangled telephone was a great way to stay in touch with their family and friends then folk did not like this. What could a woman possibly have to say? That was important enough to use the telephone. They'll only use it to gossip and while She's Gossiping. She's not doing housework or tending the children the telephone would give wives a chance to complain to one another about their husbands or God forbid. Talk to men who aren't their husbands. He's obviously. It had to be stopped when women began to use the instrument for sociability. wrote sociologist. Michel Martin men. I started to cry out at the futility the frivolity of the use of the telephone in such a way and then a ridicule them in newspapers journals and even books men also so decried social phone calls as dangerous because they would clog up the switchboard's and prevent emergency calls from being connected and women would have a hard time understanding adding how to use the telephone as would blacks immigrants and rural farmers. Basically anyone who wasn't them so just how much time exactly exactly where women wasting on the telephone. The average phone call in nineteen o nine seven and a half minutes long. Maybe the menfolk would rather the women just wrote letters nope while the postal service today is mismanaged purveyor of unsolicited paper ads. There was a time when the whole idea of regularly delivered avert mail was considered revolutionary prior to the post office. A woman might write a letter and then give it to her parents or her husband to see it delivered. If your family they had means you'd send a servant to deliver it either way. It meant that someone else always knew who will woman was writing to that all changed when author Sir Anthony Trollope working for the newly formed postal service in England had red pillar mailboxes installed all over the country combined and with the recently ruled out stamps women could now correspond with whoever they wanted in Britain. A woman could mail a letter in secret but the reply would be delivered directly to the House and she could be found out while her counterpart in New York could visit.

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Chicago Stories

Chicago Stories

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Chicago Stories

"So every president would know she would have to nominees in her first term, maybe two more in the second. And the idea is this might lower the temperature because the next president is going to get nominee nominations. So I think that's a clever idea. Now, it has this added spiritual connotation, I meant to as you where do you put brand where do you put Frankfurter an what do you think of the Eisenhower warned relationship? I can't I'm not trying to dodge the question. Don't worry about it. I'm trying to I'm not trying to pin you into the wall, man. It's just really hard with their pop. I mean, they're in history there. Well, known I don't think I can name five two members that weren't with Brandeis right may say something about me right now. I mean, I'm a great fan of much of Brandeis jurisprudence. He has this wonderful concurrence and a decision called Whitney VAT versus California where he makes an impassioned defense for free speech. And he has the sentence. He writes, let me see if I can get this right men feared witches and burned women. And he says the point of free speech is to help us overcome irrational prejudices men feared, which is and burned women. He's great Frankfurter. I think much less of more because I think he he claimed to believe in traditional restraint. And that was I think only to protect programs. He agreed with that. He was not consistent. And I think he was from my point of view less. Notable Justice sore writers on the court that you read that you say these are the two three people. You gotta stay current. You mean scholars of the court colleagues of yours people that you always even when they're writing something in either the newspaper journal, Jeff stone, for example, David Strauss. I always read Eric Posner. I don't always agree with him. Those would be some of the people I would point to. I mean in the press. I'm a big. Fan of Adam lip tax comes in the New York Times. And and his predecessor Linda greenhouse, Nina, totenberg, NPR is great, but they tend to do more news stuff. So a lot of what you write about is about the court. But then you talk about the importance really of the social political movements. What is it that you're studying there that's not either about a Justice accord, or an opinion what I'm interested again in trying to understand is how we as a society helped the most phone or -able those discriminated against minorities and dissidents, and I think that the court is very seldom the way to do that. And then when I've looked at the great changes that have come about, social security and discrimination healthcare. Those have come through congressional action. Let me ask you this question. Then we talked about abortion. We talked about civil rights. We talk. What about economic rights? Do you think the court's opinion as it relates to the second amendment? Was rightfully interpreted, not your own political view. Do you think they interpreted the way there's a lot of history written around the second is really to militia not individuals. That's kind of where it breaks down. Exactly. Right. So do you think the court's opinion as relates to the Brady Bill and other gun legislation is on target? No. I think the court was wrong and Heller which founded individual right don't a gun. And then in McDonald versus our city of Chicago court held at that applied to the states. This is insane. He's gone you. And I obviously probably read with is really took control. You think they're off base. Under interpretation the second amendment. The question is do we interpret it by looking at what the framers thought in seventeen ninety one when they adopted the Bill of rights and the problem with that is very hard to figure that out. And if there's any doubt, it seems to me you cannot then make guesses about it. And then apply it to the twenty first century. So now, I think they were wrong. Okay. We're with a professor Rosenberg. Now, we're going to wrap it around to prove your Chicago roots? Are you ready? Come under socks. I grew up in the Bronx thorough going. No. No, no, no. I you know, one sport a Yankee fan..

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"From foreign policy. I'm Sarah wild Mun. And this is first person today what it's like to be a journalist when your country is slipping into autocrat. Turkish president region. Type two one has made headlines this past month. Mostly for his efforts told Saudi Arabia accountable for the killing of Washington Post columnist jemele Shoji in front of a packed parliament inaugura Turkey's president today provided the highest level accusation that Saudi Arabia premeditated. The killing of critic because you walk into the Saudi consulate Istanbul last month and never walked out. Aired Owens government has parceled out information over the past few weeks indicating that he was brutally murdered aired on confirm three teams movements from the airport to a hotel and to the consulate where for show she was killed. He also provided small new details. He said one of the teams did reconnaissance in a local forest. The incident has allowed air to on to portray himself as an advocate for human rights and press freedom was a Saudi national, but on top of that he was a world renowned journalist. And this, of course. Gives us an international responsibility. Whitewashing such vita tee. We'll of course injured and boom the conscience of humanity. But at home Turkish journalists find their own freedoms curtailed, increasingly air to become less, tolerant of a free press, the Turkish newspaper journal her yet discovered this in two thousand fifteen after publishing news the cast on government in a poor light the fallout from the incident wound up dramatically altering the life of not just the paper and its staff, but also the editor in chief, John Dundar. We reached him in exile in Germany, John? Thank you for joining us. Thank you. I actually want is start our story in two thousand fifteen when he became the editor of June her yet, and I wanna know a little bit about the newspaper jewelry. It's means Republic into a cash, and this is the oldest newspaper into key. Almost hundred years old and one of the most prestigious papers into a key and kind of left us paper and always in the opposition side and very critical to adorn governments. So it was a great owner for me when I was appointed as the chief of to Marie it. How long after he became the editor digit side to publish a p is an images describing how Turkey was smuggling weapons to Islamic militants in Syria. Just three months later because I of become the chief on February and published a story in may what led you decide to publish those images. Will first of all it was a great story and everybody was keen on finding this material, but everybody's scared to publish it. And it was a big issue into politics. The government for denying that they were smuggling arms to Syria, and we knew that they were trafficking arms to the radically slimmest in the region. But we couldn't prove it. And when I sold this document s- this video, I of course, immediately decided to publish them, of course, without knowing the consequences. Can you tell us about what those consequences were?.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"Time is the simulcast for the new season of doctor who, which is extremely important. You know, the both Matthew Elliott. I will be watching that won't fall to five pm and social. Everybody else is going to be fantastic. As anybody seen the new doctor yet, or is that like supersede like screen Cal even like onset or anything, or is that all until the? We've got the, we've got the pictures. We've had trailers and everything. Everybody's super excited. So it's going to be awesome. We'll talk about it next time. And then thing is I've been to the office in two months because of you know operation, etc. On. So just because warrants coming in next week, I'm gonna be making my problem my first trip to the office in two months time, so I'm not really supposed to drive that far at the moment. But I'm yeah, I'm just going to not sell the doctor and Dr breath next weekend. Just going to be in the office. I absolutely guarantee you what the doctor does not know will not hurt him, correct. You on the other hand, whatever, but it will not hurt Docker. No, right. Yeah. Warren. Closing thought parting shot. What's on your mind. Maybe a couple of well. Obviously, we're conference this week and vice is a great conference. All wanna give a huge shutter. The guys behind bars Morton grooten runs. And I think one of the most important people that conference is Helen, Helen is the the lady behind all the obstructs getting put in the proper four, four-month? So really quickly when you talk the virus little, you write a an actual proper paper on on polling. I write a paper and give it to this lady and she makes it beautiful on posits looks good and everything. So I just wanna give shutter delus- and on the on the conference topic note just to say, people should submit to these things. You're gonna get rejections on. I get rejections all the time. You're gonna get acceptances. Just keep doing everybody who listens this and refrains within Wales or security researchers just keep doing the good work. Keeps Bentley's competition. Keep presenting. Keep not. Everyone else. I think it's a really great thing to do really. Avenue are are able to be part of the general community. So I would encourage more and more people to definitely do. Don't think you counted. You can ask anyone on this podcast you guys can do that is that is incredibly absolute truths. But there is something interesting about this conference to to your point Warren. When you come to be you get a huge book in your conference back. That is a abound version of everyone's paper that is presenting, and I haven't seen a lot of other conferences do that. Yeah, I think it's both ably the only one that does it, but I think it's kind of a legacy of the the times where the viruses search has been considered academic subjects. So you really had to have this rigorously checked research within the community. And so everybody's only channels to to present the Virat within conference. But there was also virus bulletin newspaper journal that was published every every month. So you can publish like shorter papers there. And generally the conference would be for longer paper. So now it's a different. Well, I mean, while you while we have your attention, you're on you. What's your closing thought or partying shot for the next week? Anything to leave every anybody with just forgot to measure the time that the Vars booth in conference starts the journo basically never know blogs. So you couldn't actually blog. Everything was more or less not networked. So that started more than two years ago. And I, I kind of going back to some of the virus Putin conference. I've been to quite a few..

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"So this is this is a great question. It's the row was the the back story to this chapter is that's throw was commissioned. Okay. Let me let me start again. The backstory to this chapter is that the mill owners had flooded, you know, had thrown up this dam to flood the river to provide more more power for their mills, but concord was an agricultural town. And when the when the mill owners threw up this damn it flooded a lot of the agricultural fields and the farmers sued the the damn company in the first lawsuit happened in the late eighteenth century, lawsuits continued for about a century fast forward to eighteen fifty nine and the area farmer's higher throw to survey the river, and but they don't wanna map what they just want a chart of statistics that that will hopefully tell them that the river is flooding because you know, because of the mill owners and that the state should tear down the dams throw does that he comes. Up with this table of statistics. It's it's this extreme, you know, I'm not a statistics person, but this tasteless extrordinary when you see his hand drawn his hand-drawn manuscript of it, but throw while he was coming up with this chart table statistics, he realized that the main that he was missing the main story. So he came up with this map himself. He wasn't commissioned to do it. No one's entirely sure what the ultimate purpose of this map was going to be. But there's there's speculation and and I would agree with that had throw lived. He died at the age of, I think it was like forty, six died of curriculum. Had he lived, you know, another decade or so, this map in the concord river would have been an important sort of important chapter or pointing section in whatever his next book was going to be, you know, Walden two point, oh or whatever. Yeah. And so he never sort of, I guess, weaponized this. I mean, maybe that's the wrong word to use that, but he didn't it it. It was really ultimately just a reflection of a different vision of seeing. I mean, I guess the river, but but more broadly seeing nature. Yeah, that's right. So I will say though the map doesn't show up, you know, in any of his published writings or never made into newspapers journals at the time, a lot of the writing at the end of his life is really intensely focused on the problem of private property, you know. So you can see that he's thinking through these contradictions and problems, and he says, near, you know, he, he says at one point that the p the original founders of the town of concord should have laid out all you know the the land along the river so that it could be owned in common in perpetuity. Right? So you're right. He never, you know, it wasn't got it probably wasn't until the nineteen eighties or so that folks started maybe later maybe the nineties that's folks started realizing that this, that the seven foot river map really even existed or paying much attention. And they certainly didn't in the eighteen fifties. When you know when throw when throw throw drew, let's let's move onto to the second essay, which is about a settlement in Tim by a call Timbuktu. It was in north Elba New York, which is up near essentially the the Adirondacks right in the finger lakes, maybe area and finger lakes. And this is a a group of African American pioneers who were recently, I guess, either freed or they had a bop, their own freedom in the mid eighteen hundreds. And I should say, I just did an interview the other day. With someone. I, I don't know when we'll be played relative to this one, but about the. Northwest territory and that by eighteen fifty or so, there was almost sixty thousand African American pioneers who had their own property and voting rights in that area. And that, of course, was like more like Ohio, not the northwest territory as we might think of it today, but so where who were these folks and what were they doing there at Tim? Brooke, it's a great. Yeah, thanks for the. It's a great question. You know, for whatever reason, we've tended to forget. Forget these stories of either African American pioneers or African American utopians who lived in in commune's. So the story is the story really begins with this guy..

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

"Any other offer combo meal some items regular price Onset once again IBM is pitting computer technology against humans this time the artificial intelligence technology IBM has been working on for. Five years was used to debate to humans at project debater in San, Francisco the computer was asked to make a case for government subsidized space. Research a topic it hadn't studied in advanced but was able to argue for with a huge internal database of. Newspapers journals and other sources one argument that, subsidizing space, exploration is like investing in really good. Tires and also that it. Would enrich the human mind and inspire young people it also listened to a professional human debaters argument and was then able to. Counter argue for four more minutes this isn't the first big headline. For IBM's artificial. Intelligence Watson beat to human contestants on jeopardy back in two thousand eleven, the one thing that the computer debater lacked according to IBM's vice president. Of AI research was personal experience to illustrate. The point so we humans have that advantage for now with FOX on. Tech I'm, Brett Larson Fox news Around ninety two noon sunshine with a, few clouds upper sixties with more clouds moving in tonight and good chance of showers and thunderstorms late Eighty-three, on Sunday a few showers early and then partly sunny through the afternoon eighty and a few. Thunderstorms Monday this is Kay, NSS meteorologist, Steve Hamilton Corruption in Washington DC think I think we've known that for. A while she did truth, coming out FBI at. DOJ spied on the Trump campaign the great awakening continues tell me how that's not worse than. Watergate that's problematic for me Sean Hannity and that's the. Way they work in Washington That's so disgustingly corrupt Chinese seven thirty s s New Orleans like with the media though is beyond borderline. Psychotic at this point for your own safety day or on a really short fuse stand back and something. Happens and it's like you don't wanna get any. Of their free breezy on you it's sort of like a tornado touchdown and with all. Of violence in theory. That they can muster out Sean.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

"Plaque has been shown to be, connected to Alzheimer's although the. Precise cause of memory loss and, other symptoms isn't clear, researchers say more study is needed but this could be yet another example. Of the old, adage an. Aspirin a day. Keeps the doctor away for more health. News go to foxnewshealth dot com HouseCall for health, I'm joy Piazza Fox. News On chat. Once, again IBM is pitting computer technology against humans this time. The artificial intelligence technology IBM has been working on for five years was used to debate. To humans at. Project debater in San Francisco, the computer was, asked. To make a case for government, subsidized space research, a topic it hadn't studied in advanced but was. Able to argue for with a huge internal database of newspapers journals and other sources one argument that subsidizing, space exploration is. Like investing in really good tires and also that it would enrich the human mind and inspire young people it also listened to a professional, human debaters argument and was then able to counter argue for four more. Minutes this isn't the first big headline for IBM's artificial intelligence Watson beat to human contestants on jeopardy, back in two thousand eleven. The one thing that the computer, debater lacked according to, IBM's vice president of AI research was personal experience to illustrate the point. So we humans, have that. Advantage for now With. FOX on tech I'm Brett Larson Fox News N. s., s news now I'm. Ted Woodward currently in Wichita. Sunny sky. Eighty-five. Degrees we're looking for a forecast hi today ninety there is a fifty. Fifty chance for thunderstorms overnight The GDP, numbers for the second quarter are, well beyond expectations President Trump says his plans are working taking a victory lap after the Commerce. Department reported the us, economy grew. By four point one percent in. The second quarter the president attributed the fastest expansion in nearly four years to his tax. Trade and economic policies these numbers are very very sustainable this isn't a one time shot. I happen to think we're going to do extraordinarily well in our next report next quarter a rebounding. Consumer spending. From the. First quarter was the biggest factor in the economy's expansion the president said, the US economy is now. The envy of the. Entire world at the White House Jon, decker Fox News a fourth arrest has been made in the homicide of a Wichita couple Christine Tenny of Santa Fe Texas was, arrested Thursday according to. The van Buren police department. She's being, charged. With abuse of a corpse felony theft by receiving Tampering with physical evidence and. Obstruction of governmental operations sunny and Pauline carpenter of Wichita were found dead bodies left in a shallow grave in the Ozark national, forest in Arkansas couple were reported, missing from the Barton county fair in Kansas rusty Frazier Kimberly younger and Michael Fowler have all. Been charged with crimes, relating to. The death of the carpenters were. Employed as carnival workers at the Barton county fair Dan O'Neill Cayenne NSS news another powerful. Hollywood executive is accused of sexual misconduct CBS says it will investigate allegations of misconduct after. Reports have a New Yorker magazine expose accusing CEO les Moonves says looms Ronan Farrow is at the. Top of. This article. That includes allegations of sexual misconduct the company's independent board stating the independent, directors of CBS have committed. To investigating claims that. Violate the company's clear policies upon the, conclusion of that investigation which involves recently reported allegations that go back Several decades adding that the timing of this report comes in the midst of the company's very public legal dispute with Sherry Redstone and national amusements. Michelle, Pollino, Fox, News warm. And dry throughout the remainder of the afternoon but we may be setting up for three rounds of thunderstorms each night tonight tomorrow night, and, Sunday, night, or over. Night low expected to be in the upper sixties. Scattered morning rain early Saturday with a high eighty seven. Sunday eighty four I'm Cayenne s meteorologist and. Holiday currently in Wichita with a breeze out of the southeast it is eighty-five degrees K n s s.. News now I'm Ted Woodward coming up during the three o'clock hour the president of the United States Donald Trump alive special guest on the Sean Hannity show right here on K n s s Napa know if you.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

"Onset once again IBM is pitting computer technology against humans this. Time the artificial intelligence technology IBM has been working on for five years was used to debate to humans at. Project debater in San Francisco the computer was, asked to, make a case for government subsidized space. Research topic it hadn't studied. In advance but was able to argue for with a huge internal database of newspapers journals and other sources one argument that subsidizing. Space exploration is like investing in really good tires and also that it would enrich. The human mind and inspire young people. It also listened to a professional human debaters argument and was, then able to counter argue for four more minutes. This isn't the first big headline for IBM's artificial intelligence Watson beat to human contestants on jeopardy back in two thousand eleven the one thing that the computer debater lacked according. To IBM's vice president of AI research. Was personal experience to illustrate the point so we humans have. That advantage for now With. FOX on tech I'm Brett Larson Fox News FOX on faith with Lauren green, feminists have often criticized the bible as. Being misogynistic helping to, keep women as second-class citizens but mother daughter duo Jackie and Lauren green prefer, to, focus, on, how the bible actually honors women Lauren green McAfee women were the first ones on the scene, to see the empty. Tomb after Christ had died and then rose again and that's a beautiful, example of the, value that was placed on women the green women no. Relation to this reporter are known, for family business the hobby lobby retail chain empire which is also, famous for, running. The company according to the owners faith values Jackie and Lauren co wrote the book only one life which details the. Legacy of faithful women in, the bible and beyond and one, strong profiles says Jackie is the story of Esther the young Hebrew woman who confronted. The Persian king to. Save her people from extinctions he has great courage she's vital example of a woman in the bible that exhibited that great courage under, great, risk, for her own life provokes on..

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

"Other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations Once again IBM is pitting computer. Technology against humans this time the artificial intelligence technology IBM has been working, on for five years was used to debate to humans at project debater. In San Francisco the computer was asked to make a case for government subsidized space research a topic it hadn't. Studied in advance but was able to argue, for with, a huge internal database of newspapers. Journals and other sources one. Argument that subsidizing space exploration is like investing in really good tires and also that it would enrich the human mind and inspire. Young people it also listened to a professional human debaters argument and. Was then able to counter argue for four more minutes this isn't, the first big, headline for IBM's artificial. Intelligence Watson beat to human contestants jeopardy back in two thousand eleven, the one thing that the computer debater lacked according to IBM's vice president of AI research was personal experience. To illustrate the point so we humans have that advantage, for, now with FOX on tech I'm Brett Larson Fox News I'm Michelle Pollino Steven Spielberg's. Oh to pop culture ready player one invites us to, the future in which the creator. Of virtual reality world called. Away says dies he then releases a video in which he challenges all users of the virtual world caught to find his Easter. Egg which will give the finder his fortune so we take it. Together control of the aces Tragedy Hinson stars and Tyler Perry's acrimony as a faithful wife who tired of standing by her devious husband. Is enraged when. It becomes. Clear, she's been betrayed, Saint James. Church has become a beacon of file and in the faith based film God's not data light, and. The darkness Davide are white star pastor Dave who responds to the unimaginable tragedy of having his church located on the, grounds of the local university burned down. John Corbett and McKinley co-star that's FOX on on Clouds moving through for the early morning time very warm are low dropping to about seventy or so. Dry throughout our Tuesday. For Wednesday to. With highs ranging from the low to mid nineties ramping up our chances for showers, and thunderstorms by Wednesday night and scattered showers and thunderstorms in the. Forecast for Thursday the high mid to upper eighties I k s s meteorologist Jennifer narrow more happening right now hottest news behind the summer heat the meeting was president Russia Tax reform,.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on KNSS

"Debilitating birth defects but Chloe Howard's parents told, her it made her special grew. Up loving myself loving my foot believing that I had a super power, that I was different and I, was so proud to be that different pride though turned, to despair when at fourteen years old and a freshman high school classmates bullied and assaulted her. Because, of the deformity all of a sudden I felt ashamed of the part, of me that I had always been told made me special highveld so incredibly alone and isolated in my. Broken this chloe's faith helter heal the broken this and now she, works to make, sure other young people are never made to feel isolated and alone khloe created a moving called. Stand beautiful there's a new book by the same title including a version for young children, I do believe that there is so much broken. Ness in our world especially right now at this time what helped me overcome this is relying on my. Faith relying that God had a plan for, me and, loved me very much for FOX on faith Lauren green FOX News on, chat once, again IBM, is pitting computer, technology against humans this time the artificial intelligence technology IBM has, been working on for five years was used to debate to humans at project debater in San Francisco the computer was asked to make a case for government subsidized space research a topic. It hadn't studied in advance but was able to argue for with a huge internal database of newspapers journals and other sources one argument that subsidizing space exploration is like investing in really good tires and also that, it would enrich the human mind and inspire young people it also listened to a professional human debaters argument and was then able to, counter. Argue for four more minutes this isn't the, first big headline for IBM's artificial. Intelligence Watson beat to human contestants on jeopardy back in two thousand eleven, the one thing that the computer, debater lacked according to IBM's vice president of research was, personal experience to illustrate the point so we humans have that advantage for now with FOX tech, I'm, Brett Larson Fox news S. s..

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Thank you again filled rachel thanks let me bring you back i really appreciate it thank thank you you i want to turn to capitol because that photo journalist joshua mckerrow now josh's in annapolis near the crime scene the office turned crime scene josh i wanted to ask you about what happened right after the shooting you not there thankfully you rush to the scene how did you help get this paper published that night it's an incredible story thank you brian i mean i don't know if it's it's incredible i think we did what what any when any newsroom would've done you know when i ride on seeing i just i just did my job and photoed a photograph that was happening a the batch of pictures i photographed some more i did some video tweeted more and then then i hooked up with my my comrades chase cook and pat fergusson and we just we just went to work we didn't we went to work gathering facts and and trying to figure out who was safe that's that's just what we did hundreds of people from across the us have subscribed to your paper as as a show of solidarity and for now i know that the staff has been working in baltimore at the office of the parent company the baltimore sun i saw this morning in the paper you're editor was quoted saying we will never go back to that office space but now there's a search for new office space you know you all are already trying to figure out where to relocate in annapolis how do you think this is going to change the paper i think it's going to make us stronger i think you know journal journalists especially newspaper journalists and especially community newspaper journals there's special bunch you know there's so many people have come through the capital newsroom over over the decades and they knew the mission and they all know the mission i think i think this is will only just rededicate us get rededicate us to this mission i mean this is going to stop us and especially when you know when i think about you know my friends that we lost there's nothing i want to do more than get back to work in put out another newspaper and get back to covering my my town my neighbors let me just keep adding some voices here josh stay with me let me add david zurich as well media critic for the baltimore sun since i mentioned the sun has been helping the capital because that stay on its feet and continue to publish david i think this tragedy has highlighted the fact that so many newsrooms get so many threats so much hate mail sometimes straight up death threats how are you viewing what happened on thursday brian one of the things in is is i'm surprised at how moved i am by what happened at the capital gazette and how profound an experience it is and the courage and the dedication of the people you've just had on and and reading the obituaries and knowing rob highest than well we worked together for fifteen years the exemplary lives that those folks lived in it i think one of the one of the stories that is important in practical sense in this is a media show is the advantage of being part of something like the baltimore sun media group because the production and the design of the gazette is done in baltimore and so thursday when that happened the sun newsroom when in to all hands on deck which i had not seen and experienced since the death of freddie gray in the rioting after that in two thousand fifteen and we just played an auxiliary role those folks josh and and those folks they did it but there's so many people at the son who worked at the gazette and feel deeply about it feel totally involved in it and everybody just said whatever we can do you can do if you look at a video of the vigil that was shot by a superb young video for ulysses moon ios who just came to the sun last year from the zet that's the kind of synergy it's way beyond synergy it's it's it's tribal it's brotherhood sisterhood between the two publications and that really cooked in clinton and i really hope this you know phil cindie wanted those folks the five to be remembered and he's so right and one of.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Yeah i do not think that i think i think that you have to be your own boss i start i left a very good job at the wall street journal because i hated being an employee i was a bad employee i thought the people i worked for largely white guys not because they were white goes by the way i have two sons who are very lovely white guys i just didn't want to be their employees and i thought they were stupid and so i can't live like that like you know what i mean yeah yeah going home there i'm working for such idiots and so i decided to start my own thing because i felt like if you're the boss you can make decisions and that you can you can make mistakes and you could make errors and everything else and but you have to if you're the boss goes on you especially about how you're going to do things everything from when i was at the wall street journal or the washington post both great will not the wall street journal but whilst proposed a great newspaper but used to be a great newspaper journal but you could make your own decisions and like they would be very snipe at many this is a stupid journalism thing but people fight between each other for turf inside of a thing so i just make a rule we're not doing that all the reporters share and i literally had a young reporter companies that have never worked at somewhere where everybody cooperates and it was just because we said so whatever we want to say happens and i think that's one good thing the other part is i just don't care for other people's opinions.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out of fashion albany when million homes and businesses in virginia demand for two since i still without power after the region was battered by a massive winter storm correspondent kim hutchison reports more bad weather is on the way while the storm is moved offshore there will still be high tides along the new england coast and to make matters worse the national weather service says the next nor'easter could come either wednesday or our thursday of this week bringing heavy snow fierce winds and high waves too much of southern new england president trump could formally announce his proposed penalties on imports this week commerce secretary wilbur ross tells nbc's meet the press that the outcry over higher prices is unfounded whose roughly through sensible lunam than a can of beer who you put a ten percent tariff on the threetenths of assent vera cells for over a dollar can the white house says all countries will be included in the terrace i'm anne cates laura and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the president's trade advisers fanned out across tv news shows today to defend president trump's proposed tariffs on aluminum and steel imports they say it's necessary to ensure the survival of the domestic steel and aluminum industries here's commerce secretary wilbur ross speaking on abc's this week loophole role of monuc curve were quoting yang lugo nine billion dollars a year that's a fraction of one percent of the economy so the notion that it would destroy a lot of jobs raise prices disrupt things is wrong some exemptions though may be granted you specific products deemed it necessary to us businesses credit suisse group said its reviewing how it handled an allegation that a male employee assaulted a female subordinate eight years ago it was an incident that was investigated twice by london police and didn't result in any criminal charges or disciplinary action by the bank seaman's will move ahead with an initial public offering of its health care unit there says chief executive officer joe kaser unloads another key business at europe's largest engineering company the european union will unveil a directive within weeks on taxing between two percent and six percent of big technology companies revenue that according to french economy minister bruno lemaire in an interview with the weekly newspaper journal du demolish the european commission is considering the tax on revenue as it's easier than focusing on earnings given the different rules between countries this newscast was brought to you by s e v i imagine your asset management firms operational infrastructure as a competitive advantage let sei show you how at sei see dot com slash seize change global news 24 hours a day powered by.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or visit their website resort release dot com resort release dot com which moving is number one the deathwish reboot starring bruce willis debuted in third place on ticket sales of thirteen million dollars company belongs to the state since you'll burst the stake nash take now the state asked something in return jennifer lawrence and red sparrow opened in second place with seventeen million dollars well behind the reigning champ black panther claimed the crown for the third straight weekend grossing sixty five point seven million dollars for a domestic total of five hundred one million cracking the alltime top10 after just seventeen days in hollywood i'm david daniel organizers of tonight's academy awards ceremony will make sure the correct best picture envelope is handed to bonnie and clyde stars warren beatty and faye dunaway the top honor is considered especially up for grabs this year with contenders including three billboards and get out i'm anne cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the president's trade advisers fanned out across tv news shows today to defend president trump's proposed tariffs on aluminum and steel imports they say it's necessary to ensure the survival of the domestic steel and aluminum industries here's commerce secretary wilbur ross speaking on abc's this week loophole role a move curve were quoting yang lugo mon billion dollars a year that's a fraction of one percent of the economy so the notion but it will destroy a lot of drugs raise prices disrupt things is wrong some exemptions of though may be granted you specific products deemed it necessary to us businesses credit suisse group said it's reviewing how it handled an allegation that a male employee assaulted a female subordinate eight years ago it was an incident that was investigated twice by london police and didn't result in any criminal charges or disciplinary action by the bank siemens will move ahead with an initial public offering of its health care unit there says chief executive officer joe qaiser unloads another key business at europe's largest engineering company the european union will unveil a directive within weeks on taxing between two percent and six percent of big technology companies revenue that according to french economy minister bruno lemaire in an interview with the weekly newspaper journal du demolish the european commission is considering the tax on revenue as it's easier than focusing on earnings given the different rules between countries this newscast brought to you by se i imagine your asset management firms operational infrastructure as a competitive advantage let sei show you how at sei see dot com slash seize change global news 24 hours a day powered by.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses are still without power i'm anne cates laura and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters top white house trade adviser peter navarro says certain exemptions could be made to the tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum announced by president donald trump but speaking on cnn's state of the union navarro said exclusions for entire countries aren't expected navarro said they'll be an exemption procedure for particular cases where you need to have exemptions so that business can move forward credit suisse group said its reviewing how it handled an allegation that a male employee assaulted a female subordinate eight years ago it was an incident that was investigated twice by london police and didn't result in any criminal charges or disciplinary action by the bank the man is still employed by credit suisse german chan ciller angle a miracle has her work cut out for her now that she is on track to start her fourth term president trump's threat of tariffs china's global investment push and emmanuel macron of france's call for a closerknit euro area all demand a german response following more than five months of political stalemate the european union will unveil a directive within weeks on taxing between two percent and six percent of big technology companies revenue that according to french economy minister bruno lemaire who was speaking in an interview with the weekly newspaper journal du marche it'll be closer to two percent than sixpercent lemaire told the paper saying the eu directive is a starting point that will be defined china's said today it would increase coordination of monetary policy its monitoring of the entire economic system in china and financial supervision it's the strongest signal yet that top leaders gathering in beijing this week planned to unveil an overhaul of economic authorities global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg you're listening to bloomberg best on bloomberg radio.

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"newspaper journal" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"newspaper journal" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The point i am not joking when i tell you we're on a firstname basis with the nurses in the er and so when the morgan's began hearing about a treatment showing profound results for other sharon with spina bifida they wondered if it might be option frothy it's a therapy that uses stem cells from donated umbilical cords but it's not yet approved in the united states i wanted to find a mistake i wanted to find a negative story because i've always been the believer if it's too good to be true it probably too good to be true and so i worked hard to find a negative story with newspaper journals in this and the other i confined it they consulted some of the nation's top experts and found a researcher in california who performs the procedure outside the us they faced a lot of scott decks including the medical team in st louis michel respected entrusted with abbey's life of worst is going to happen is nothing then why do we now give her the shot eventually we just had to decide by we john this far for a reason we have prayed and prayed and prayed about this and it is still the answer that we to at the end of the day family friends and the broader spina bifida community they raise twenty five thousand dollars in the spring of 2015 they travelled with ivey to a women and children's hospital in mexico looking back they can laugh now at how absurd it seemed sure i mean look like ridiculing cryogenic container that was you know cold and it just a year when he opened it up at chemists teamed up and he puts it in like a syringe and it's just it's red liquid is what it is but what they saw after has made them believers our feet were ice cold all the time circulation was not there i would say within a few minutes like her feet were warm like she had circulation in their feet which we've never seen that was the miracle i needed just that gene the news here moving hurtado when we were recording the video and she's move awash she still on the hospital bed with the ivy egner swimming you're talking 10 minutes we have warm feet were moving toes which for three years had never happened obviously the.

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