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Biden Bestows Medal of Honor on Korean War Veteran
"President Biden has awarded his first medal of honor to a retired army ranger for bravery during the Korean War to date we are hosting a true American hero ninety four year old Ralph Puckett junior is an army legend and the president says the award is long overdue more than seventy years overdue last year's defense policy bill removed a requirement that such awards to be given within five years of a valorous act the president says he was told pockets response to the White House ceremony was to ask why all the fuss suggesting they could have just mailed him the metal colonel pocket after seventy years rather mail it you know to walk to to you Sager mag ani Washington
Making Things Easier For (and on) Yourself
"Hi janine how're you doing good. Thanks going. I'm so glad that you're here. I'm doing really well. And you are aware and oakland new zealand. In auckland i have been there. I love new zealand. I it's it's one of my dream places to take my family back to because you know i have teenage boys and it's just such an outdoorsy country i mean what is it adventure tourism. Is that what you call it. Adventure tourism being to lana before rapid. Wow this can be collected interest. Yes we did black water rafting which was under ground in a case. Yes what what was the name why guests. That's exactly what it was. Yes that's where i wish. I had a t shirt. I love from there and then it finally fell to pieces. Oh so okay. So let's talk about you. Tell me what your unique life situation. As i. I'm married and my late fifties notre an elderly mother nixed. Stogies actually comes into the problem. Okay past the whole situation. Got two dogs and have kept and to pass ride And tudo quite elderly and his lot of experience. Oh yes i'm really busy. I'm an artist in fulltime full dis. Week it an shop. And i will say hit the of jobs on one of the days. Don't week plus my painting in looking keeping on ninety four year old man a busy
Royal treatment: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry detail racism, suicidal thoughts in Oprah tell-all
"Tonight. Buckingham palace bracing for the fallout after prince. Harry and duchess meghan. Markle broke their silence with a withering set of allegations against the palace including racist remarks by a member of the royal family in what may be the biggest threat to the modern monarchy. Here's abc's deborah roberts scathing accusation from one of their own megan shared with us. There was a conversation with you about archie skin tone. What was that conversation. But conversion harry and meghan lane accusations of racism at the feet of the monarchy telling winfrey that a senior member of the royal family wonder how dark skin would be in those months when i was pregnant all around the same time so we have in tandem. The conversation of he won't be given security. It's not going to be given title and also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born. What and who. Who is having that conversation with you. What going to tell me who the conversation. I think that would be very damaging to them. The palace has yet to comment but the allegation detonated like a bomb. The news so explosive. Harry clarifying an important point with on. Cbs this morning. We certainly knew that meghan struggled with issues to do with race and racism during times of working member of the royal family particularly in sections of the press. What we didn't know until megan's interview was of course that shade experienced it within the royal family is something that will absolutely send shockwaves through the palace. Harry described at least by all accounts A monarchy that is Archaic out of touch bigoted possibly racist. Was that shocking to you. Absolutely not no no no the institution that is royal family has in the past number of years the found wanting it'd be found to be out of touch with its own people you only have to look at the backlash of the royal family. Had when princess. Diana passed away. The fact that it didn't occur to the institution that they need to come out and express sorrow express compassion with the rest of the people. Tells you exactly why it's case that did not surprise me. The big aji doesn't surprise me. The racism does not surprise me as for longtime royal watchers and the british public. Many are coming to the monarchy's defense a really see the point of insulting a ninety four year old woman and her family rest of her family and leaving unsavory was unsavory remarks about racism which. I really not backed up by factors. I can see if you're gonna make claims that big claims you really have to make it very clear what you're saying. We'll have a real family and speak jim. Just just be careful because they had country and we love them to bits and ain't got long left. I just leave him alone by the anyway. Some pushing back against the implication archie would not be a prince in part because of his race imaging. Lloyd webber has long followed the royal family shea at the moment doesn't qualify to be a prince only the grandchildren of monarchs get to be print so princess otherwise to any royals too. Many members of the royal family on she is the great grandchild of the queen so that full doesn't qualify for the title. Now the queen made an exception for george charlotte and louis because george one day will be king. Archie won't be if harry's wife had been white would the same thing apply that aren't you would not have been a prince absolutely so it had nothing to do with nothing to do with rice. Aren't you could become a prince. When grandfather prince charles becomes king. How is this playing out particularly among black britons today. We'll see the structural reasons of what it is. What i find particularly interesting. Is that people think that supporting the monarchy means. You can't hold them to account the queen is not beyond reproach the royal family's not beyond reproach it they do something wrong. We should call it out. Another bombshell megan saying her emotional distress was far deeper and more painful than anyone knew revealing. How while pregnant with archie. She was struggling with isolation and had suicidal thoughts. I just didn't. I just didn't want to be alive anymore. And that was very clear and real and frightening constant thought. She says she asked buckingham palace for help but was rebuffed. Megan telling oprah it all came to a head more than two years ago that day she inhering looked the picture of happiness at royal albert hall but behind their smiles up painful truth. We had to go to this event and i remember him saying. I don't think you can go. And i said i can't be left alone. I was also shocked by megan's revelation that she was happy suicide. The thought it just makes me feel that. What have they done to megan. Megan like like me as an independent woman. A career woman well educated women. What happened to lead her to that position. That made me sad. Mental health has long been an important cause. For harry and brother. William founding the initiative heads together to end the stigma around it for monica that talks openly about mental health and even run so important initiatives such as heads together which talks about the importance of it being ok to say it really goes against everything that the palisade that they stand for when someone like meghan being so alone and feeling those laws megan's time as a royal got off to a shaky start megan herself admitting she was unprepared for life in the royal family. She didn't know what it meant to be a working world that she went into it naively that she didn't know how to curtsy. And i was crossed with harry. Harry watched his brother spend eight years giving kate time. What was he doing. Why didn't he tell them. Why didn't he coughed a meghan. So you fault. Harry for allowing meghan be so naive hub -solutely. The couple has never made a secret of their bitter resentment of the british tabloids especially in what they see as a double standard of the coverage between and megan. The press was also very tough on. Kate middleton it was quite vicious toward her but it seemed to be different when it came to megan. What she went through is nothing compared to what making us through and you have to look at the comparisons they make constantly between and catherine that is just another example of how they're trying of how the press tried to drive a wedge throughout the jaw dropping interview prince harry and meghan praise the queen but harry could hardly conceal an apparent deep rift with his father. Prince charles i feel really let down. I will always love him. But there's a law of heart that's happened. He even offered his shocking detail that after leaving the uk last year. His father for a time didn't take his phone calls. Swati stopped taking your calls. Because i took matters and by that point i took matters into my own hands.
Prince Philip transferred to second hospital for heart condition tests
"Prince. Phillip was transferred on monday to a specialized london heart hospital to undergo testing and observation for pre existing heart condition as he continues to be treated for unspecified infection buckingham palace the ninety nine year old son of queen elizabeth. The second was moved from king. Edward the seventh hospital where he's been treated since february seventeenth to saint bartholomew's hospital which specializes in cardiac care. The palace says remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week. Philip was admitted to the private king. Edward the seventh hospital in london feeling ill. Phillips illness is not believed to be related to covid nineteen both he and the ninety four year. Old queen received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in early january. Philip who retired from royal duties in two rarely appears in public. Now during england's current coronavirus lockdown. Philip also known as the duke of edinburgh has been staying at windsor castle west of london with the queen. Philip marriage the then princess elizabeth in nineteen forty seven and is the longest serving royal consort in british history. He and the queen have four children. Eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
What happens if you get the wrong dose?
"And so norman vaccine relative happening the government indicated earlier this week. That in the role that they were going to be mistakes made and we saw one of your day. We saw an idea year old man and a ninety four year old woman in brisbane though given the incorrect dose of the five vaccine and they're not sure it's all under investigation at the moment. They may have been given up to four times the amount of vaccine. So can you guys on a vaccine is it. Is it a safety problem. And what have health authorities done right and wrong in this situation. Well the first thing i want to do is give a huge shy type on this to both the commonwealth and queensland health because this is the textbook way so if you are feeling a corpus are unsettled about this in terms of the rollout of the vaccine i on the other hand find this reassuring hugely reassuring because what happened here was. Let's just go through it. There was a mistake. Made the nurse notice it and called it out and the authorities have not hidden it. They've been transparent about it and there's going to be an investigation and we'll learn from it. That's exactly the way safety and quality should work in healthcare. Mistakes will occur all the time. This just not happen more than once. It's unfortunate for the people who experienced them but human error is inevitable but the way to deal with it. Is that anybody who sees a mistake. Be able to call it out so for example if you're a daughter scrub nursing theater and you see a senior surgeon to making a mistake you call them out on and you are transparent about it. You don't hide it and so nothing has been hidden here since gives me huge confidence that the system is going to be safe and protect against human error. So i'm i'm reassured. By second thing is what about the man and the woman who were immunized. Is this a risk for them. The have been trials of the pfizer vaccine where they have tried out higher doses and my understanding is that those higher doses where safe did not produce side effects. And i think what's happened probably over. The course of the trial is to preserve the vaccine. They've tried to fight the lowest does. That's most effective and that'll be the does that's being administered. Not in theory. You could possibly get out of over reaction in the immune system. That's possible particularly with these mini vaccines but the fact that these people are elderly. They've got reduced immunity in the first place. And it's unlikely you're going to get that problem so you can have problems with too much vaccine. But hopefully they will be fine
Cloris Leachman, Emmy and Oscar Winner, Dies at 94
"A veteran academy award winning actor has died Cloris Leachman won an Oscar for her portrayal of a lonely housewife in the last Picture Show and this twenty eleven Associated Press interview she said she loved doing the work of an actor acting is partly being a detective so it's fun to sort it out figure it out see who's in the hall of the people are and figure out what to do great fun Leachman could also make people laugh as she did in the role of Phyllis the neighbor on the Mary Tyler Moore show she says in this two thousand nine clip doing comedy is serious business you have to really mean it or want it or do it you know you have to give it your all publicist says Cloris Leachman died in her sleep of natural causes she was ninety four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Queen Elizabeth II and husband receive COVID-19 vaccinations
"Royal officials say Queen Elizabeth the second and her husband prince Philip have received their covert nineteen vaccinations Buckingham Palace officials said in a statement that the ninety four year old monarch and Philip who is ninety nine years old have received their jobs joining some one point five million people in Britain who have been given a first dose of the vaccine injections were administered at Windsor Castle with the queen and her husband have been spending the time doing the look down in England oil officials said they took the rare step of commenting on the monarchs health in order to prevent inaccuracies and further speculation there is shockingly London
Queen Elizabeth II wears mask at tribute to Unknown Warrior
"Queen Elizabeth the second on the face mask in public for the first time doing the crown of ice pandemic when attending a brief ceremony at Westminister abbey last week to mark the centenary of the burial of the unknown warrior while the ninety four year old monarch has been seen in public on several occasions over the past few months she had not been pictured wearing a face covering until now on Wednesday during her first public engagement in London since March she wore a black mask but was edged with whites the queen had requested asylum may take place as a pandemic had derailed plans for the centenary of the interment of the unknown warrior center Shockley London
UK's Queen Elizabeth joins first public video conference call to mark carers week
"A team quite Elizabeth the second stake in part in her first public video conference call correspondent Syria shock at least says the queen spoke to for health aids so called carers about the challenges they face looking after people close to them during the corona virus pandemic as part of Paris week in the UK the ninety four year old monarch showed once again that she's adept at meeting the challenges posed by new technologies the queen said it was interesting listening to all the carrots tales and stories and she's impressed but what they have achieved already the queen husband isolating with her ninety nine year old husband prince Philip I went to a concert over the past three months was on the call for around twenty minutes during the call she heard about the isolation and difficulties carriers have been facing through the
Queen Elizabeth takes part in first public video call
"Queen Elizabeth the second has taken part in her first public video conference call to chat to four carriers about the challenges they face looking up to people close them during the corona virus pandemic as part of Paris week in the UK the ninety four year old monarch showed once again that she's adept at meeting the challenges posed by new technologies the queen said it was interesting listening to all the carrots tales and stories and she's impressed but what they have achieved already the queen husband isolating with her ninety nine year old husband prince Philip I once accosted over the past three months was on the call for around twenty minutes during the call she heard about the isolation and difficulties carriers have been facing through the pandemic there is shockingly London
"ninety four years" Discussed on KCRW
"Ninety four years old today the news is next live from NPR news I'm korva Coleman stocks opened lower this morning after the labor department reported another three point eight million people filed for unemployment last week and beers covers Lee reports the Dow Jones industrials fell more than three hundred points in the opening minutes of trading all the major stock indexes were down reversing some of Wednesday's gains over the last six weeks when the coronavirus began its assault on the job market more than thirty million people filed for unemployment that's nearly one out of every five people who had a job back in February jobless applications last week were down from the week before but still extremely high by historical standards federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell says even as stay at home orders are relaxed consumer spending is not likely to rebound until people feel more confident that the pandemic is behind them Congress has authorized expanded unemployment benefits of six hundred dollars a week those benefits are set to expire at the end of July Scott Horsley NPR news Washington the White House guidelines on social distancing are supposed to lapse today president trump says they won't be renewed nearly half of US states are starting to slowly reopen their economies researchers say they've developed new antigen tests as a way to screen for the coronavirus these tests are less expensive and very fast to use businesses could use them to test workers every day to make sure people can come to work safely but NPR's rob Stein says some experts are skeptical because antigen tests for other illnesses have come up with false negatives they're doing the study to prove their tests would be reliable and could match those fancy genetic tests or maybe the test could be used to screen people and then get confirmed by other tests so they're gonna do a lot more research and hopefully show just how well these tests work and how reliable they are NPR's rob Stein reporting a federal judge has unsealed four pages of FBI documents related to the case against former trump national security adviser Michael Flynn as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports Flynn pleaded guilty in twenty seventeen to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia but it's since accused the government of misconduct the documents dated January twenty seventeen in appear to show an internal FBI debate about how to handle the Flynn case that includes how agents should approach the F. B. I.'s interview with Flynn and what to do if you lied to them one hand written note raises the question of what the F. B. I.'s goal in the interview should be and says quote truth slash admission or to get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired the documents were provided to Flynn's legal team as part of a review of the case ordered by Attorney General William Barr Flynn's lawyers say they bolster their claims of government misconduct and show the FBI set up to frame Flynn the federal judge presiding over Flynn's case will have to decide the issue he has rejected previous arguments from Flynn's team of government misconduct Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington on Wall Street the Dow is down one hundred ninety seven points this is NPR from the David Barnett foundation newsroom at KCRW on cherry Glazer the worst corona virus outbreak at a federal prison in the United States is happening right in our own backyard the bureau of prisons says that almost half of the more than one thousand inmates at the terminal island penitentiary in San Pedro have tested positive KCRW's Darrell Samson has the details the terminal island correctional facility reported fifty seven cases of the corona virus among its inmate population last week now with expanded testing that number is over four hundred and forty and two inmates have died congresswoman Nanette Diaz Barragan who represents St Peter Rowe told KCBS that she's been trying in vain to contact the warden to share her concerns this is not acceptable and it's clear to me that they are doing everything possible to make sure that these inmates are protected inmates have told family members that a military style field hospital is being set up in the prison yard to treat sick inmates Jackie Vasquez his brother is locked up at terminal island on a drug conviction she says he and other inmates who are not infected have been moved to a prison factory that is infested with rats I don't want to be moved into the hotel and be treated like a princess but these are the main conditions nobody should be treated like that ten staff members of the prison have also tested positive for corona virus prison officials have confirmed the numbers but have otherwise not commented about the outbreak for Casey R. W. I'm Carole saxman governor Gavin Newsom announced this week that public schools in the state could resume in class instruction as early as July and that idea is being met with dismay from some California educators people were losing their minds over this time on a bunch of teacher groups on Facebook and they like there's so much that would have to go in to putting us back in July thanks Karen Chapman she teaches sixth grade in the city of Newark in the bay area she told KGO TV that there are a lot of unanswered questions about how in person instruction could be done safely in a live Facebook broadcast yesterday state superintendent of public instruction Tony Thurman described uses comments as a best case scenario right now we don't know exactly what school can start and we will not ask for schools to start until it is safe for everyone to be able to come back to our campuses Newsome says he's eager for students to get back to class because it's clear they're missing out and learning in spite of the efforts of teachers and parents to adapt to online instruction but the head of the California school boards association says re opening schools is a herculean task that will require intense guidance and investment for the state Troy flint says he's eager to hear Newsom's plan because quote ambition and rhetoric only get you so far meanwhile the first batch of surgical masks secured and billion dollar deal by governor Newsom has arrived in California three million masks were in the delivery they're part of the governor's deal to bring two hundred million masks a month to the state to ensure the health care workers and others have protection against covered nineteen the first round of masks came with a one hundred four dollars one hundred four million dollar payment to the Chinese company B. Y. D. support for NPR comes from doctors without borders whose teams are responding to the corona virus pandemic in more than seventy countries while continuing to provide care to people trapped in crisis and conflict at doctors without borders daughter it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep what's a way out of the shortage of corona virus testing a shortfall of tests is hampered the U. S. response from the start there is still a shortfall according to many experts even though millions of tasks have now been conducted now some trump administration officials have been saying a different kind of test could help NPR health correspondent rob Stein has been checking the possibilities and the risks of antigen tests and is on the line rob good morning morning Steve what is made conventional testing so hard well you know Steve they're very sophisticated test their mettle ocular tests that identify people by looking for genetic material from the virus that can be found by doing you know those swabs inside the nose and so they're good they're useful but they're complicated they may require processing in the lab what about this new kind of test it's called an antigen test because instead of looking for genetic material from the virus it looks for pieces of the virus proteins called antigens the stick out like spike from the service of the virus and can be found on cells of people who are infected you know antigen tests have been used for a long time to do all sorts of things like test people for the flu and strep throat and for you know to do home pregnancy tests which people do by themselves on themselves so does that mean that an antigen test would just be simpler yeah that's right the big thing about antigen test is that could be a game changer is that they're fast and cheap and easy to make and use a lot cheaper and less complicated than those fancy genetic tests so it would be a lot easier to make and use millions of them to screen millions of people every day that's crucial you know to reopen the country safely you know to do things like that you know a company wants to test workers everyday to see who's infected and so need to stay home and who's in the clear can save the come back to work and spot people just convicted to keep them from spreading it and sparking new outbreaks now here's Dr Deborah Burke from the White House coronavirus task force talking about this last weekend on NBC's meet the press we have to have a break through innovation and testing we have to be able to detect antigen rather than constantly X. I tried to detect the actual live virus or the viral particles itself and really move into an engine testing I shouldn't say we have a breakthrough innovation she said we have to have a break through so how close is the breakthrough yeah that's right you know what but I've been in touch with several companies that say they're already developed and then tested sign to spot the virus really quickly and easily in saliva just from a sample of their spent the kirke is a scientist at MIT and Harvard who's involved with one of these companies looks very much like a pregnancy test and they're very simple they don't require special chemicals or training to use them and they can give you a read out within about fifteen minutes or so and so it could be a very good way of solving the testing problem that we're having in the US right now let me focus in on a word they're solving would this solve the problem well you know a reliable antigen test for the corner of ours could be a game changer but some of the experts I've been talking to are skeptical that's because when antigen tests have been used to do things like test for the flu and strep they tend to miss a lot more infected people then the genetic tests here maybe fifteen or twenty out of every hundred infected people so they worry about relying on it to do it just to keep the fire from spreading here's Jesse Papenburg from McGill University if you're using this test to screen people to make sure that they are not infected and then they can you know go back to work and things like that then you'd be giving people the message that they're not infected when actually they are and therefore transmitting one of the test makers say but they said they're doing the studies that are needed to prove the test would be reliable and could match those fancy genetic test or maybe the tests would have to be used to screen people and then gets confirmed by other tests and the food and drug administration which has been criticized is developing standards for evaluating these tests rob thanks so much you bet Steve NPR's rob Stein palliative care is a specialized branch of medicine that focuses on relieving pain and symptoms in seriously ill patients and those who are dying will stone reports that.
Queen Elizabeth II turns 94
"If there is a real possibility slash probability because don't forget queen Elizabeth's mother live to a hundred and two with most of you know most you know intact like you know mentally you know she's no no dimensional anything like that she was you know older but you still get along Elizabeth gonna be around for a while at at this rate so ninety four years old today that's amazing now it is and by the way if you A. every once in a while when she does one of these addresses infection in one regarding you know corona virus in the shutdown of the U. K. and I gotta tell you S. and I think I mentioned it before but this is in reference to one of her Christmas broadcasts as an annual TV Christmas broadcast they produce it up real nice the BBC and everything but I gotta tell you there are TV professionals who fifty years younger sixty years younger than she is could not pull off the eye contact the assuredness the just you know the overall stature I'm on TV he's very regal
No More Hugs for Hersheys
"March eighteenth. It seems so light hearted and innocuous Hershey's heart warming the world ad campaign celebrating human connection full of hugs handshakes until the corona virus. Ten days ago only half a week before the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic the chocolate maker announced it would kill the at least for now one features a man named Iggy Moreland who posts on social media thirty or forty times each day. Because he's such a connector her. She asked him to give away chocolate bars in real flight. Good Morning how You Doing Aka sharing in person you get to build that connection yet that warm feeling it made for a great experience. I loved it twice in that. Fifteen second ad Moreland was rewarded for his generosity with huge enthusiastic bear. Hugs her she was also running a similar ad. Featuring ninety four year. Old Bob Moreland I o resident. Who for years has been giving hershey bars to strangers and receiving a lot of love in return? What a difference a week makes as the corona virus spread aggressively around the world. Public Health experts have been urging people to stay six feet away from well everybody. The social distancing recommendation intended to slow the spread of the virus which means that the physical connections depicted in. The ads are now off the table hugging. No way handshaking. Not even a chocolate bar will fix that. One many alternatives to the traditional greeting have cropped up on Capitol Hill a physician attending a closed-door meeting of Democratic lawmakers urged them to replace handshakes with Star Trek's Vulcan Salute according to CNN then there's bumping elbows bumping feet and even in some circles the bumping booty so with it's heartwarming campaign firmly in sciences crosshairs. Her she cried. Uncle Hershey's chief marketing officer. Jill Baskin told at age sadly we have decided to temporarily replace two of our ads that feature human interaction that include hugging and handshakes due to the current sensitivities surrounding the covert nineteen virus in their place. Her she's running the spot starring. What else the candy bars themselves. Absent any trace of human being. Now it's hard to tell at this particular moment in time. What any company is really worth eight billion dollar her. She's had been having a pretty good year until now like other big consumer packaged goods companies. Her she had cut costs for several years and last year it began ramping up spending on advertising and marketing according to The Wall Street Journal including advertising during the Super Bowl. You know seem to be a great time for more brand building to be chocolate as a whole is having something of a moment or I guess we should say more than a moment as of mid twenty nineteen the US chocolate market was predicted to grow to thirty billion dollars by twenty twenty one up from twenty two billion dollars just a few years back in fact her. She's had been doing better than most large consumer packaged goods companies. According to the Motley fool. That's not just because of treats like reese's peanut butter Cups Hershey's kisses and Kit Kat. The company's been setting itself up for long term growth by diversifying into so called better for you snacks. Two years ago it spent more than a billion dollars to acquire pirate brands which owns the kid favorite snack pirate booty as well as the parent company of Skinny pop popcorn last year. It also bought one brands which makes high protein snack bars. According to the Motley fool anyone who ever Stroz the candy aisles. Oh come on you know you do anyone who does so is well aware at the Venerable Candy Company faces some tough competition. There's Nestle of course and giant Mondelez international best known for Oreo cookies but which also owns rival chocolate maker. Cadbury Mondelez also
Malaysia gets new PM, Muhyiddin Yassin, after week of turmoil
"To Malaysia which has a new prime minister seventy two year old my eden. Yesen it's less than a week after the abrupt resignation of the world's most national later. This is the ninety four year old Muhammad Muhammad that plunged Malaysian politics into turmoil. So how has this South East Asia nation about thirty one to thirty two million people? How has it gone from an inclusive? And reformist government to a nationalist conservative law. Within days. Bridget Welch is an honorary research associate at the University of Nottingham. That's at Malaysia's Asia Research Institute bridget. Welcome back to between the lines. Great to be here now. Mahadi rule Malaysia for more than two decades until a two thousand and three in my twenty. It mighty gripe political comeback. Those last time we had you on the program bridge. What did he suddenly resign? Listen to us into his tenure. Well I it's reasonably clear that had he had very serious tensions between himself and anwer Abraham and the coalition that he led the pocket harp on coalition was divided and ultimately it split And as a consequence of that The the coalition collapsed and part of the collapsed however in the ball to move to a new coalition government and mightier himself was not willing to accept what other other parties in the coalition were doing montier resented working with. I'm no particularly the former leaders of the former government who were Who are tainted by corruption allegations? So what we see is a situation where Montier many politicking dividing rule many of the trying to split the pot the coalition itself his his reluctance to to leave Turn power over to Anwar set the conditions for the power. Grab that took place but at the same time Montier was not willing to go full. Go through with it. Because he wasn't willing to to allow the new new coalition to include the members of who he stood against when he came back into power. I'm into thousand. Mahalia and You mentioned ny Abraham now. Let's be clear. He's the protege turned. Raul turned ally although they fill out about a waco so ago they have reunited though having I think they have reunited from a perspective of They're now forming the opposition. But they have not yet completely resolved their differences. The fact of the matter is is that if Montier had supported Anwar clearly laid out a time line and stopped the politicking within the coalition then the government would not have collapsed. So I think for now. They are working together against a now common enemy. Who was someone who took the took took over the government in a in a power grab but at the same time that doesn't necessarily mean that they are fully resolved the question of the Lisa Session? If alcohol everyone was to come back to government says he feels but tried he success that. Yes in his malign nationalist. He's backed by this corruption tarnished former governing party. You mentioned the Mama tells more about yes so mine didn't yes and has been in politics for over forty years He joined politics in nineteen. Seventy eight He came into. I'm no He was the Chief Minister of the the very important state of Jehovah on the southern part of Malaysia and he has served in different capacities as different ministries that has held six different ministries In I'm no I'm he has not necessarily Had A clear Persona that That an extensive grassroots but he's been a very effective tactician and capable administrator And as a consequence he rose through the ranks through I'm no And he became deputy prime minister under the previous government From two thousand nine to two thousand fifteen We didn't ask known predominantly for three things He's I known for defining himself I as a Malay- as opposed to a Malaysian which is of course part of the reason. There's the brand that he is. Emily nationalist government and this new coalition that exists combines is predominantly Malays based parties And so this is something. It seems to have been Quite defining of who he is. The second thing is is that he's also known for standing up for against Najib on they won. Mvp scandal He he was sacked and after putting pressure On on Najeib to on these issues of corruption and he after in this happened in two thousand fifteen when the scandal is revealed so he stood up for On this important issue. And he's also known now for The effective maneuvering up becoming the winner in the power. Grab Which of course they're very different views and Malaysia about this Those looking at this recognized that that there are real serious. Ethical concerns about Whether or not amyloid and Yeltsin actually had the numbers which really did not seem to be the case in terms of A majority government When he was positioning himself for taking over power And others feel that that there's a there's an that he had. He had more than most numbers at that time and that he should that He was effective and moving and getting the position of power. There people in Malaysia are divided right now. Some people are are willing to give mood in a chance Wanting the situation to be more stable is and others very very angry that they feel that their sister the government has been stolen from them their dreams of different Malaysia of stolen for them. And there's a bit of considerable fear among people that this that lead in Yassin were lot real will be an old Malaysia. Politician Aka using the levers of power using issues of race using of issues of of of exclusion as a way to build up his powerbase so to the extent that this new Malaysian pm a struggles to govern and of course we have to remember elected public. Mandates does this mean this unprecedented instabilities. Luckily to continue the fact of the matter is is that Malaysia is a coalition government And is dealing with the situation of coalition governments in coalition governments across the world. You have one type of party set. A parties emerged. And then you can have a very unstable situation that a new set of parties emerged from Malaysia. This is a very new dynamic and of course it played out in the uniquely Malaysian Way with with intense amount of personal drama and Intrigue Enemies and betrayals Because the politics of Malaysia or highly personalized Right now mood in is Has Very is behold into the parties that he that he is that a put him into office and and the questions of Prot. Who is he's going to prosecute or maintain the prosecution's how much Islam governance he's GonNa put in whether he's actually GonNa try to seem to have any reform without his gonNA use race relations and of course importantly now lead in. Essen is is somebody who's just recently had a very serious bout of pancreatic cancer so the issue of the leadership succession is is equally important for this new government so there are very important points of instability and and as a result of that This is something that the people are watching very carefully. The instability is also facilitated by the fact that the opposition the new opposition bucket on Harapan. Now is that is actually quite emboldened by how this power crap has taken place.
Malaysia's Mahathir loses bid to return as prime minister
"The king of Malaysia has sworn in the country's eighth prime minister the appointment comes after a week of political turmoil triggered by the resignation of my Hussey Muhammad's the ninety four year old incumbent his success at Morgan yes in held the post of interior minister in the previous government's Jonathan head reports the new prime minister Mohit in Yassin who was sworn in as the royal palace in Kuala Lumpur after Malaysia's constitutional monarch announced that he had sufficient support in parliament to form a government but his appointment has been challenged by the veteran leadership my heart him Muhammad who until his resignation earlier this week had led a multi policy and multi ethnic coalition of which Mr mackay dean had been a member Dr Martinez says he not Mister McKay dean has the backing of a majority of MPs and he accused the new prime minister of
Office of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says he has tendered his resignation to Malaysia's king
"The Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has submitted a letter of resignation to the king the prime minister's office confirmed the resignation of the ninety four year old leader it follows intense political maneuvering over forming a new administration by factions in both the governing coalition and the
Investigators reveal causes of 2 deadly DC house fires that killed 2 women
"Will to recent DC house fires kill two elderly women including a ninety four year old investigators have now learned how those fires began Monday's fire on tenth street northeast happened because someone plugged a portable heater into an extension cord and the cord over heated veto med yellow with DC fire and EMS says portable heaters in fact any major appliance needs to be plugged directly into a wall socket another deadly fire last week on Durrington street southeast was caused by smoking in bed but to people in the home got out safely because smoke detectors went off met yellow suggests next time you visit the home of a senior citizen ask them if they have any smoke detectors and if we do a test them for that Michelle bass WTOP
Toddler Dies Days After Burnside Fire That Also Injured 94-Year-Old Man
"A toddler injured in a fire last week has died police say two year olds crime Lewis passed away Saturday calmer children's hospital where he's being treated for smoke inhalation fire broke out Wednesday an apartment building in seven hundred block of east ninety First Street ninety four year old grandfather was burned but there's no update on his condition officials say manufacturing a malfunctioning space heater started the fire
Rising from Bankrupt and Divorced to Thriving Entrepreneur
"I'm an international generational expert. That goes way back You know currently Fifty seven years old but I started the current company that I have about twenty ninety. Four years ago I've been a single dad of To millennials who are today thirty and thirty two years old. I've got two grandkids and I've got a very successful business and I'm an International Speaker bestselling and award winning author I keep running all the time and I'm probably I'm booked about a year in advance on all the consulting time and things things I do with organizations across North America so I love what I do every day. It's a it's a challenge but a fun challenge so with that. What would you say your favorite thing to do? Is I have a feeling. I know what your answer is going to be but I always like to hear the answer you know I i. It's it's a great question My favorite thing to they do these days is Is To do what I'm doing. I love to speak in front of an audience I you know I. I write over forty articles in national publications. And like I said Eh seventy keynote speeches a year so I just have such a passion for that because back in nineteen ninety six. When I started this company I was I was not doing well financially and I said said I'm GonNa build the life that I wanna live and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa create the job I would love to have and when I really ended up creating over that you know twenty three twenty. Four year span is I've created the adventure that I've always wanted to have. So you know. Every day is unique to make a difference in people's lives lives in educators and employers and and teaching them how to unleash passion purpose in performance and younger generations. And so I do that through a myriad of ways and I I just have such a passion for it in fact tells you people ask me all the time you know you know. Mark Your fifty seven years old you know like do you have an eye on retirement. You want to retire and I kinda laugh at them and I go guys. It's taking me fifty seven years to become an overnight success. I am not in a hurry to to to wish this away. So I'M GONNA I'm GonNa enjoy this for everything it's worth you lost over something and a lot of times when people are Are experts they just kinda take things for granted so I'm going to back acas up a little bit. You said that you decided to build the life you want it to live. Yup You have got to dig deeper on. Yeah back in nineteen ninety six I I was going through a tough year is one of the toughest years of my life. I had gone through Through bankruptcy Went through a divorce. became a single dad of a nine and seven year old Wait over four hundred pounds and I wasn't making nearly enough money each month. It was a tough tough time and so so You know I I took the time to kind of refocus my life and I was able to ask the question you know what what would life look like if I really really wanted to build it. In a way that would allow me to thrive and and I decided you know. I love to speak in front of people so I wanted to be. You know I wanted to be able to do speaking and I I knew I had to take care of my kids and I and this was the time to start building a business that would serve. You know me through the rest of my life and then ultimately one based hopefully serve them as well So I lost one hundred seventy five and thirteen months. Lost One hundred and seventy five pounds. I started this company and in twenty three years you you know become an international speaker. bestselling and award winning author Become a thought leader on the topic of younger generations in the workplace and education. And the home You know all of these things are happening You know just just last week. I was invited by Forbes Dot com to become a regular contributor with them. Ah to write articles on this subject so you know it's it's remarkable. What happens if you start building towards the the life that you want to? Have you know things end up falling into place. Now it's taken me twenty three years but But I'm at the point now where US every failure that I've had in my life life To help me you know truly appreciate it. Be Grateful for things are today and and I'm just I'm a mumbled I'm honored. I'm very grateful grateful. So you mentioned in your answer that you've had failures and that you've overcome challenges. What how you approach challenges to overcome them With every we'll see I you know I guess the easiest way for me to do. This is what I speak about on the road and what I wrote into my book answering why I call it the branch creek moment of life you know if you can imagine yourself going up in a tree and just climbing a tree. This happened to me when I was ten years old. I went up very high up into a tree when out on a really firm limb and while I was standing on the limb the limit or niece meet cracks. I mean if you can imagine what that feels like you know when you when you hear it underneath you and you almost feel it like pitchfork through your body as the branch starts to give way. Hey well you know at that moment of peril. There are three things that happen and this is a metaphor. I use for everything in my life and I teach this to audiences three things that happen number. One you become singularly focused doesn't matter what stresses and challenges. You had getting into the tree or not focused on the task at hand. Second thing that happens. Is you start strategic. Planning how you're going to get out of this. And how do you get back to the safety of the trunk. What are you gonNA grab where you'RE GONNA fall? Third thing that happens is you take action And all three of those things focused planning action happen literally in the blink of an and I or I you know I believe that. The branch creeks in our lives many times anytime. There is a fear of loss or a sense of urgency. The branch creeks underneath us a little bit and it forces us to focus the plan and to take action and I believe that those are the moments that make all the difference in the world. Because it's at those moments that we actually become uncomfortable and I believe that the growth in our lives happened when in fact we're uncomfortable almost never when we're comfortable so I I welcome those times and so in Nineteen ninety-six and I had the biggest branch creek in my life with all of those things that were going on and it forced me to focus the plan and to take action and that's made all the difference in my life now when I am ever you know Faced with a challenge or something in my wife isn't going according to plan today or this week or this month or whatever I always take a step back and I go. Oh this is a good thing. There's something positive here I have to focus. I have to plan. I have to take action and every time I do that. It gives me a new perspective on the challenges oranges that arise each day. Some awesome so switching is just a tad bit And I love s asking this question just because of the different answers that I get If you could meet anyone in the world who would it be and what would you say to them. Wow what a great question I would love to meet and have dinner with Ron Howard. I just I'm a big Fan. I think he's a remarkable storyteller and And he's He was born on my birthday. He's just eight years older than me but I would love to meet him and talk about some of the the remarkable stories that he's told on Film we've learned a lot about you the branch creek moments in your life. Tell us about your business. What do you do so I own a company called T. The F. S. Were a You know an international communication and strategic initiatives company. I you know I work. I do a lot of consulting with educational organizations and business organizations on how to recruit engaged retain and increase performance in the younger generations. So I'm constantly working in to try to get people to understand that you know the younger generations are the most incredible generations to come down the pike. Which is why I'm in so demand today because I have a different view than most people? We'll do In America today most people think that young people are lazy and entitled. I go completely the other way. I think anyone thirty nine younger in this country and the most incredible generations to come down the pike like. I think they're the most intelligent resourceful and pit bull like generations that we have ever seen in this country when they see a want to in their life they will move heaven and earth to get to that want to our challenge of course his parents educators employers is getting them to want something so what I work with with organizations and you know whether it's educational or or workforce development is. How do you understand what they're thinking you know? Wh Why do they think what they think what makes them tick. And then how do you best engage. Connect an answer there. Why As to why something is happening so that they can come along for the ride you know they need to see the vision. They need to see the purpose in order to be able to move forward. So that's what I do do every day. I've got twenty three roughly twenty three people now that support what I do across North America and and we are we're we're we're crushing it out there. I got an amazing. The team of people that are constantly giving one hundred percent And they they actually push me further and faster some. I'm very fortunate to have brought wonderful people on
"ninety four years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This after a ninety four year they came back up for Bruce Springsteen gave fans a special introduction to a screening of his new movie western stars the aspen disable that applause for the end and thank them for supporting him through the years western stars is a concert film shot in a barn brings teens property near free hold the movie hits theaters nationwide Friday was Deborah Rodriguez CBS news overcast skies this morning in Boston you know like the temperature later today and pretty much a majority of the week as it'll be on seasonable a warm throb we'll talk about that in the four day forecast.
"ninety four years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Four and we're gonna get to ninety four four year. we got from two ninety four just three hundred to back to two ninety four that happened twice in this year from October October so we had the yields there were contracting so these guys have been telling you that all these guys and G. B. C. infarction and blow me burgers and arrest or should we say and like I've been saying my gang members all log let's turn around my goal. if we get from may to September we got a return of averages sixty percent. because we pay attention what's going wrong we pay attention to the yields were contracting the bank stocks. Neal's contract again you buy a bond. interest which call deals drop then the dollar will drop but when that yield drops that means the banks. the bank stocks are going to drop so we position our members in our bank stocks to be short make money as they go down we did that two days ago somebody call you with your four oh one K. did your plan or call you and say oh by the way the stock in your four oh one K. that our bank stocks financial stocks we re arranging for you because the yield dropped and that means the earnings are going to drop and banks the banks doctor go to start collapsing the body call you what we did that she we already did that before it happened. check they would they would go. how do we know. the inside information with the banks you just simply the chart that I designed took me years to design algorithms follow the money and when the big insurance companies the big patch of bonds the biggest banks when you see a pull money out why the hell would you stay there the thing I don't I'm in a bank stock I'm I'm in it am I I bought it now I see the biggest insurance companies the biggest banks the biggest pensions like California pulling their money out read on my chart but warns me these are this is Kerr I decide by the way you can get that chart again today. three if you join a gang sh thirty nine up by the joining gangs and look the market went down five hundred points today. you will have been losing money. because the chart identify with money's coming up it's not a game is not a joke it does so just joined a gang thirty nine ninety five and again I did this yesterday and I'm gonna extend it today because the market down five hundred points and I want people to see that you don't have to sit there get hurt people sit there and watch the stock market go down and they call their stupid broker keepsake which I do what can I do what should I do. what should I do you got a garage I'll tell you what to do we get back from this break out exactly what to do if you have a garage you just sit there and call your broker we'll be right back join my gang fills gonna get your free chart. eight seven seven six hundred gang we'll do it again now and at the end of the day like we did yesterday..
"ninety four years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mostly the Padres. six twenty WTMJ brewers with a three one win over the Padres was stock is one for three you are the head it was a home run yes thirteen game tying or go ahead homers in the seventh inning or later over the last three seasons that the very third most over that span brewers thirteen and three in September best record in baseball over that span so the nationals brewers both getting a win at Wrigley the cubs fall to the Reds for to Cincinnati to aid in their previous ten games against the NL central opponents entering play Tuesday and they get a win over the cubs. Chicago's loss dropping them into a tie with the brewers for the second National League wild card spot you Darvish seven innings gave up six hits four earned runs walked thirteen strikeouts Z. already three ninety four years the National League central this season of things tightening up in that actually wild card race brewers continue to put pressure on ESPN analyst Doug Glanville things started by just the cavalcade of offense of players who have stepped up Mike Moustakas we saw the highway they've also use that to be teams in their division the beat the cardinals two out of three one Sir is that gets the cubs home and on the road they think about their offense or offenses been really critically stopping up but they have to have an M. B. T. I. go down I.
"ninety four years" Discussed on PTI
"Poorly eruption. But I'm Mike will Bob Tony and ninety four year old man just got his high school diploma. Tony kornheiser. I remember him his two years behind a really two years behind. What would what would you devise? I dunno. I dunno to go back. Maybe he wanted a job at McDonalds or someplace like Like that. a high school diploma to get it. I if it makes personal action, that's what it's gotta be at ninety four if he promises mother, she's still, you know, they say, hey, Ma I got we're gonna PTI boys and girls. And today's episode has really ghosted the Celtics to the Packers new coach lead. Aaron Rodgers audible and it is important for the USA to Sweden in the World Cup. But we begin today with the predicament of the Los Angeles Lakers. Now, this is complicated. But if the Lakers can get the pelicans to delay the official consummation of the Anthony Davis trade until July, thirtieth, the Lakers can get enough salary cap space to sign a max free agent. So we'll should the pelicans cooperate with this. And if they do what should the pelicans get from the Lakers in return man on your screen David Griffin? He get exact some sort of future consideration. If he wanted to the Lakers want to ask that. The difference is between eight and a half and nine million dollars, which you added on to the twenty three point seven million dollars leakers have free. And now you're getting up in the thirty two million area which you could go to someone like Kimba Walker. Say difference to the club into the league sports may not be all that great Patou and individual person should they do it to the pelicans, too. I think the Laker should ask and they gotta see what David Griffin reply. So if I was the pelicans, and I've just given the Lakers, Anthony Davis, whatever I've got back. I've given my best player over the Lakers and I'm in the same conference I'm not doing this. I, I am not doing to enable a team in my conference to beat me for price. I don't know what is the price Kyle because the Lakers won't be surprised what is it magic? Johnson's dodger tickets is it luxury. But what, what is it? I'm I'm not going to do it if I'm the pelicans I'm not. Going to eight in a Beck. The enemy like I'm not going to do it. You've already done a deal you just sweetening the deal you wanna sweet..
"ninety four years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is. Ninety four years old. He says he wants to tell people today, what the allied landing was like appeared in time, seventy five years off to an event, which says, so future. We who remained remember those friends of shadow when we have gone that memorable died in nineteen forty four American troops storm two of five sites. On the Normandy, coast code named Omaha and Utah beaches, British Commonwealth troops arrived on gold Juno and sword beaches, many more US veterans have the option of using private health care as of today. NPR's quil Lawrence reports, new VA program will reimburse them for appointments outside the VA system. The VA has always relied on private care for some specialties or for vets who live far from clinic until today about eight percent. Veterans qualified now about forty percent of enrolled vets can choose private care, which could be much more expensive for the VA. The administration says it does not intimate, a huge exodus of veterans or an undue burden on the VA budget. But Nate Anderson with concerned veterans for America says that number might be considerable, I would expect that they're going to take advantage of having or accessible. Care right in their community. Critics fear. This could be a move toward privatization that will bleed resources from VA care, which studies show is as good or better, but much cheaper than the private sector, quil, Lawrence, NPR news, authorities at West Point, the US military academy in New York report, a deadly accident. They say a cadet was killed today in the accident involving a light medium, tactical vehicle twenty more cadets and two soldiers have been injured. They've been hospitalized West Point officials say they are investigating the matter. Local and state emergency responders assisted them at the scene. On Wall Street, stocks are mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average is up fifty one points at twenty five thousand five hundred ninety the NASDAQ is down fourteen seventy five hundred sixty one you're listening to NPR from K, Q news. I'm Brian watt tops Anoma county education, official says the federal government should give more assistance to schools recovering from natural disaster. There's superintendent Stephen Harrington testified before a congressional committee yesterday. He says the 2017 tubs fire, which destroyed to public schools in sonoma's county put in perspective, how important it is to find alternative facilities for students after a disaster. The federal government could provide portable classrooms from the department of defense or FEMA. It would be greatly resolved this problem and schools could reopen sooner and create a sense of normalcy to a community in official with the department of education told lawmakers, they're taking steps to improve their disaster response, based on lessons learned from recent fires and hurricanes. A new poll finds an overwhelming majority of Californians are in favor of strict vaccination requirements cake. April Dembosky reports the US is now facing its worst measles outbreak in more than twenty five years, a survey by the public policy institute of California finds that seventy nine percent of state residents are concerned, the outbreak, will get worse and seventy three percent say parents should be required to vaccinate their children. Lawmakers are now considering a Bill that would tighten the state's vaccine rules by requiring health officials to review and approve all medical exemptions from childhood shots. Governor Gavin Newsom has indicated. Did he may have reservations about the Bill saying he liked? Doctor patient relationships as opposed to bureaucratic relationships. I mean pulled him basket cake news. There's more that news dot org. I'm Brian watt. And support for kqed comes from Stanford care where patients and physicians turn..
"ninety four years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The ninety four year history of the national spelling bee eight spellers finished in a tie each. We'll get the full winner's prize of fifty thousand dollars. Richard Cantu, ABC news. Now. Ketu weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance once again, some really morning. Clouds back in the forecast for you on Friday. But those morning clouds will burn off giving us mostly sunny skies and warmer. Daytime highs in into the upper seventies to low eighties across the metro area. We'll see west winds about five fifteen miles an hour. Still chances things Menton thunderstorms. Developing up over the cascades, dry and warm all the way through the weekend from the K to storm tracker weather center, I'm date Celeski. You want his AL. You do is Alexa. Baseball. Just. Just. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine, the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free, call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype used Skype name, George nine seven three one three send Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one. This is coast to coast AM with.
"ninety four years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"French police continue to hunt for suspect believed to have deposited, paper bag containing an explosive device that went off wounding thirteen people in a busy pedestrian street in the city of Leone Friday process terrorist. Prosecutive eight seven investigation has been opened for tempted Mudra in relation with a terrorist undertaking and criminal terrorists association, he says no group has claimed responsibility for the explosion, yet regional authorities said thirteen people suffered mostly minor injuries. French president Emmanuel Macron called explosion and attack during an interview on Friday, but he says issued an appeal for witnesses with a photo of the suspect described as dangerous. I'm Sarah Schalke, shall ever getting president Cyril Ramaphosa, Saturday urged his country pursue an extraordinary feat of human endeavor as he was sworn in for a five year term news at townhall dot com. A security lapse at a major real estate. Title company, exposed the Bank account numbers, and other sensitive information that was contained in some eight hundred eighty five million files. First American financial confirm the problem Friday, after it was reported by the blog Krebs on security, a flaw in an internet application without anyone with a web browser to see the confidential data until I blocked all outside access Friday, it's unclear if any of the exposed information was scooped up by outsiders with criminal intentions. If the eight hundred eighty five million records were harvested, it would rank among the biggest leaks of data on the internet. Patrick fos reporting John Pinto. Navajo code talker in World War, Two who became one of the nation's longest serving native American elected officials as a New Mexico state Senator as passed away. John Pinto was ninety four years old. You could check out more on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rostrum. Brayshaw electrical liked. Remind everyone listening this Memorial Day weekend. If you or someone.
"ninety four years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"NBC News Radio. I'm Brian shook. President Trump is denying New York Times story about plans to deploy more US troops to the Middle East. The times reports the plan includes sending upwards of one hundred and twenty thousand troops to the region if Iran attacks American forces or increases its work on nuclear weapons outside the White House today, Trump called it fake news. The president says the US is the energy superpower of the world. You are not only making our nation wealthier, but you are making America safer by building a future of American energy independence, speaking to workers at a liquefied natural gas facility in Louisiana today. Trump said the US is now far less reliant on foreign energy sources at least seventeen people are hurt in a crash involving a school bus in North Carolina. Video shows a head start bus overturned on highway fifty two in Stanley county about forty miles east of Charlotte. Florida's governor says election files into Florida cow. Counties were hacked by Russia in the twenty sixteen election. Republican governor Ron to Santa said, no votes were manipulated and results were not altered in any way. A Minneapolis man will spend nineteen years in prison for throwing a young boy from an upper balcony at the mall of America in Bloomington. Minnesota last month. Emmanuel random pleaded guilty on Tuesday to attend at first degree premeditated murder in Hennepin county district court court documents show, the twenty four year old Aranda told police that he went to the mall that day looking for someone to kill the five year old boy named Landon remains hospitalized, but continues to improve Landen's parents say their focuses on healing and rehabilitation as their son faces additional surgery for injuries suffered in the forty foot. Fall Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Former president Jimmy Carter continues to recover from surgery after breaking his hip it happened when the ninety four year old Carter.
"ninety four years" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Is back with more of America's First News Graham, President Trump says his administration is planning to provide aid to help farmers whose products may be targeted with tariffs by China in a deepening trade war. We're gonna take the highest year. The biggest purchase that China has ever made with our farmers which is about fifteen billion dollars and do something. Reciprocal to our farmers are farmers can do. Well, Trump did not provide details on what kind of an aid package. It would be farmers. A key constituency of Trump have been among the hardest hit in the trade war. Soybeans are the most valuable US farm export shipments to China Jaap to a sixteen year low last year. So being futures fell to their lowest price and a decade yesterday. A team of. Federal accident. Investigators is expected to arrive in Alaska today to try to piece together what caused a deadly mid air collision between two sightseeing planes. Five people were reported killed one is missing Coast Guard Petty officer, John Paul Rios. -cation that two aircrafts were in the water in the city of George which is near Ketchikan, Alaska. Ten people were injured one is listed in critical condition. North Korea's demanding the immediate return of a cargo ship seized by the US calling the MOViN unlawful robbery last week. The Justice department cues Pyongyang violating international sanctions by using the vessel for coal shipments. North Korea says it seizure, violates the spirit of the chiefs eighteen summit agreement between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Hoon. Former president Carter is recovering from surgery to repair a broken hip after he fell yesterday at Georgia home, the ninety four year old surgeon says the operation was successful. And that Carter's wife Roslyn is with him. It certainly doesn't feel like it in the northeast this morning, but we are edging closer to the unofficial start of summer Memorial Day. And with that comes plans for vacation Cording to an Expedia survey. Eighty five percent of us are taking or planning to take at least one trip. Between now and September. Seventy five percent will remain in country, and they will go to popular sites. Like, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas and Orlando. We're willing to spend five to ten hours and transit and plan to disconnect from work hit the beach sightsee and spend time with family and friends. All right. That's that's always a motivator. When you see that at the end of the calendar. Okay. Got some break time coming up. Thanks, jen. Six minutes in front of the hour on the Morning, America's First news. Supported by Kronos. Kronos knows that hiring and retaining a modern workforce of salaried hourly full and.
"ninety four years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In a deepening trade war. We're going to take the highest year. The biggest purchase that China has ever made with our farmers which is about fifteen billion dollars and do something. Reciprocal to our farmers are farmers can do. Well, Trump did not provide details on what kind of an aid package. It would be farmers. A key constituency of Trump have been among the hardest hit in the trade war. Soybeans are the most valuable US farm export shipments to China job to a sixteen year, low last year soy bean futures fell to their lowest price in a decade yesterday. A team of. Federal accident. Investigators is expected to arrive in Alaska today to try to piece together what caused a deadly mid air collision between two sightseeing planes. Five people were reported killed one is missing Coast Guard Petty officer, John Paul Rios because. -cation that two aircrafts were in the water in the vicinity of Georgia inlet, which is near Ketchikan Alaska. Ten people were injured one is listed in critical condition. North Korea's demanding the immediate return of a cargo ship seized by the US calling the move in unlawful robbery last week. The Justice department accused Pyongyang violating international sanctions by using the vessel for coal shipments. North Korea says it seizure, violates the spirit of the two thousand eighteen summit agreement between Donald Trump and Kim Jong UN former president Jimmy Carter is recovering from surgery to repair a broken hip after he fell yesterday at Georgia home, the ninety four year old surgeon says the operation was successful. And that Carter's wife Roslyn is with him. It certainly doesn't feel like it in the northeast this morning, but we are edging closer to the unofficial start of summer Memorial Day. And with that comes plans for vacation, according to an ex -pedia survey eighty five percent of us are taking or planning to take at least one trip between. Now in September. Seventy five percent will remain in country, and they will go to popular sites. Like, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas in Orlando. We're willing to spend five to ten hours and transit and plan to disconnect from work at the beach sightsee and spend time with family and friends. All right. That's that's always a motivator. When you see that at the end of the calendar less. Okay. Got some break time coming up. Thanks, jen. Six minutes in front of the hour on this morning. America's First News. Supported by Kronos Cronos.
"ninety four years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"He was ninety four years old when he passed earlier this week Stanley done in a great in Hollywood. On this date in eighteen thirty six to siege of the Alamo began in San Antonio, Texas. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Is a crackdown on fake news underway. Correspondent Val deore has some thoughts with the arrest. This week of Jesse smollet for allegedly filing a false police report claiming an attack by two men wearing make America great again. Hats to the lawsuit filed by nNcholas Sandman against the Washington Post. The tide seems to be turning against news organizations. Reporting false news or those than jump to conclusions before the facts of a story can be confirmed. Recent polls show Americans are becoming distrustful of the media and believe accountability. In journalism is at an all time, low value your reporting. Meanwhile, Chicago superintendent Eddie Johnston during a press conference Thursday on the small at case archly criticize those including the presidential candidates that were quick to jump on the fake news bandwagon before facts could be released from the police investigation. Check out more on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. To paraphrase Thomas Jefferson in his first inaugural address. We're all all of us support individual liberty economic freedom fiscal sanity and the right to live our lives without excessive government intrusion joint. Bob Sadek Sunday mornings at eight for a full hour discussion. With the smartest guests on radio. Live spontaneous, your calls are welcome on the show of ideas. Not attitude the Bob Sadek show Sunday mornings at eight AM, eight sixty theater. Larry elder is watching the Chicago beating story unravel, as you know, the police are now investigating this as a possible orchestrated hoax, and they founding all sorts of evidence, including currently there's some writing material. It might be the case that the letter that jockey smaller allegedly received about a week before the attack. He might have been involved in writing that letter by goodness. The Larry elder show weekdays.
"ninety four years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Seventy the answer. So I've had my podcast for a couple of months, and I began with the premise, and you can listen to it and Moreno whenever on itunes. It's free. Just could aim 970amtheansweRcom listened to it there. I began with the premise that. I was not going to replay a lot of the content that I had on my podcast, and Mojo, I think I violated this almost every week that I've had the podcast because I know not all of you. Listen to it. And I'm so eager to share the stories that are on this Morano whenever podcast with you. Especially on this particular show, that's dedicated to the pursuit of Justice. So Sam summer is ninety four year old man that I recently met, and he is a former inmate who served over two decades in prison for murder in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight murder of a gentleman named Irving silver his business partner and his uncle's wife. And he's filed a lawsuit in federal court in order to clear his name, and I got to speak with both Sam summer in person. And by phone with Chris Johnson who is Christopher Johnston who's written a book about SAM's case. And I am completely convinced that this man never committed And I am very eager to see him have his name cleared to play a portion of my discussion with Sam summer in which he discusses his arrest his imprisonment and how he got out and a little bit of Chris Jasser as well. So when did you learn something was wrong? The morning of may seventeenth nineteen sixty. He was supposed to come to my house to pick me up every morning at four thirty seven. And we would pick up a refrigerated truck. Down to meet market both in the Bronx in Hong and pick up on mix. It twice that morning. He was supposed to. Come to the house Lewis supposed to go to Manhattan after picking up. A truckload of hamburger patties to new account, which was called Cox corner restaurants when he didn't show at that. At that hour, perhaps a half hour later, I called this own Irving's son told him that he left Sam instructed him. When you hear something from him. Call me, and let's touch base that so Sam calls a number of times, his son Ronnie told me that he that concerned, and you got on the Long Island expressway to see if his father was stuck on on highly at the time that year expressway was only three lanes. It wasn't traffic like was. And he said that he drove as far as weekly road. Which is I believe it was a half hour away. And he turned around. Find him. And he went back home when he called me Irving son tells him that he's concerned, and then he proceeded to go out on a Long Island expressway. To try and find his father who was found. We we wrote. He was run run over the same day. One of the. Detective from traffic county. Call me, a fool me and asked them to. Urban civil was deceased would I mind coming down the home straight? Thank you so much of this story has to do. With a gentleman named Harold gobernment on may twenty second. I got a call from Harrow golden. Have Goldman was a contractor who was contracting work. On the store he became involved. Whatever. Because I was running three businesses at one time Irving Suva and his son. We're looking for an apartment. We was. Living at the time. But prior to that time. What they're move out..
"ninety four years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Becky Lynn. Here's our top story. Former attorney General Grant woods announcing this morning that he is not running for the US Senate Democratic political analyst, Chris her sim says woods would probably lose against potential candidates. Former astronaut Mark Kelly or congressman Ruben Gago, but hurston tells the Bruce ain't James and Pamela Hughes show today that he thinks woods could raise enough money to run for governor in two thousand twenty two now Arezzo Congressman Tom O'Halloran says he will seek a third term in Arizona's first congressional district in two thousand twenty the democrat made the announcement this week on social media former flagstaff city councilwoman EBA put so also running as a democrat Republicans say they're looking for a strong candidate to challenge. Halloran this time around state farm stadium is going to be packed on Sunday. But not for a sports event. A ninety four year old will be motivating people to make themselves better the president of the LDS church. Russell nelson. We'll take the field beginning at six. O'clock the opinion editor of Deseret news buoyed Mathison joined Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes today, he's really calling on people to kind of figure out where where you are to live your religion better to be a better person. And and really it comes back to the the individual during his visit to the valley. Nelson will also meet with civil and local leaders to talk about initiatives to improve the lives of those in the community. You can learn more about the event at KTAR dot com. Amazon reportedly reconsidering its decision to place part of its second headquarters in New York, the Washington Post owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos reports that Amazon is reconsidering whether it made the right choice in choosing New York for part of its second headquarters as there's been pushback from some lawmakers over one of the world's wealthiest companies getting an incentive package from the state New York's governor Andrew Cuomo. Meanwhile, you know, with the incentive package was we get twenty seven billion in revenue they get three billion back New York. Mayor Bill de. Zero says he expects Amazon to quote deliver on its promise. Mark Remillard, ABC news. New york. Got a closure. You need to be aware of slowdown. If you're driving down the eastbound.
"ninety four years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Here we go with a five oh five or four. There's one from last week. She's gonna get inundated with two of them this week. We start with your line news delta announced it will no longer allow puppies. And kittens as emotional support service animals, however, Korean airlines is still allowing them with your choice of rice or steamed vegetables. England news. Scientists say they've discovered more ruins near Stonehenge one. Scientist said that the newly discovered drawings appear to be the remains of a gift shop. France news, France's president Emmanuel mock Rome gave into protesters who demonstrated in Paris over the gas prices he raised to reduce carbon emissions. It's not in the French government's character to put up much of a fight the French each sales and frogs because they're afraid to hunt. Anything bigger? Germany news, a ninety four year old former guarded a Nazi prison camp is going on trial. But because he was only a teenager at the time you'll be tried as a juvenile. It was just a summer job said Johan rebellion Guatemala news for is involvement in a massacre during what Amal's civil war. A former soldier was sentenced to five thousand one hundred sixty years in prison less the eight months. He's already served. National news the case against President Trump's Washington DC hotel, where foreign leaders stay is moving ahead in federal court. The president is expected to tweet the fifth. If we learned anything from the mid term elections, it's Florida should not be allowed to vote. Congress should pass a Bill giving Florida's votes to other states like Delaware, Montana places that don't have a lot of votes, but do have people who know how to count. Legal News in a joint statement, President Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner, say they're supporting liberal prison. Sentencing reform, also supporting the measure r Paul Manafort, George popadopoulos, Rick gates, Michael Flynn, Michael Cohen and Hillary Clinton just in case. California. News regulators are considering state tax on every text message sent in the state if the tax includes shelties California's gonna top Qatar is one of the richest places in the world. Question of the week, Jack. What do you really think of Hillary Clinton answer? I I think she sincerely wants to make your life better and second if you try to stop her show. Have you kill? Colin update Michael Cohen city paid off Trump's Mitchell mistresses in order to affect the twenty sixteen election. It was important. They be kept secret. If Americans had only known to Donald Trump was a womanizer who paid off mistresses he would have been a shoe in for the Kennedy honors. Oh. El Chapo update, El Chapo is on trial in federal court in Manhattan for murder and drug running following the capture in Mexico. An extradition to New York is claimed to have gotten religion may require some context. Jesus loves you is wonderful here in church, but it's terrifying to hear it in a Mexican Jay. Dan. Dant Elvis he and last month, President Trump awarded Elvis Presley the medal of freedom it contrasted with his war on opiates Manila's died. He was I on Demer all Perkin codeine. Almost.
"ninety four years" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"She had no bitterness about it really issued ninety four. Wow. If someone attacked her or did something wrong stole some stuff from her. They prayed on her because she's a senior citizen, and and she says I don't have time to let that burden me. I I have too much life to live ninety four years old. I'm going to be like that. I don't have time to hold the burden of rancor resentment with somebody. Says something or whatever the case may be. And I think I've always had a deep well of that. But being with her recently may mean though that could go a little deeper. Is a time to be angry and life. I think there's a difference between just anger and righteous indignation righteous indignation, and we should be indignant when we live in a country, and there are people that can eat we live in a country of so-called wealth. And we still have a people that don't have universal health care or just the basic needs that can be provided by our society, or the way we treat women more things that particular nature. I think that is a righteous indignation. This different from just being angry or living at a high level of of the all the time that only sins toxic chemicals through our body temple. So sometimes anger can be a masking emotion for fear. People could actually be afraid, and they mask it with anger. So no, I think the waitress indignation with time that we need to act that we need to make a difference needed lit our voice, speak about things that need to be changed. And what about the ego? You've been we were talking off camera. How you've been your doctor you've been knighted cert- achieve five hundred titles of like the highest praise. How does someone manage their ego as they continue to climb in the world. We have to understand the evolutionary context of ego ego as what protects us as we are involving as a human species it protects us that you're able to survive. So you able to tell the difference between you. And it's able to tiger you back during tribalism you had to be able to have a level of differentiation for your safety. But now, we're at the point where we have to transcend the eagles perception of separation because right now, it's Runamuck. You know, we're separate from our environment was separate from the oceans were separate from the rainforests we separate from each other because of the color of the skin or nationality where we were born. So we have to be aware that the egos first job is to protect. But when that protection starts going to making us feel separate from everybody. Then we have to keep it in check, and we have to transcend it. And that's what meditation comes mess where prayer and that's where study that's we're fellowship. We're able to transcend the ego. So I can see you, and I are the same. We may come from different parts of the world, different skin colors. But at bottom, we're both human so once with spiritual practice, you don't let the ego go crazy, and it becomes not about me. It becomes about. We you know becomes about us. Not just my family. But would is my family in does it just people who are black visit with people just in the United States was because my family in just with people in north, you know, after a while you realize humanities your family, and you don't want to do anything that's going to be detrimental to anyone on the family. Even if it's the rainforests, even if it's the ocean water, you know, and so again, it's difficult for people if they don't have some modicum of spiritual practice because the ego will just come in Mimi, my greed, stinginess going to protect mine that becomes the frequency. But when you start to grow you realize, it's really a we've I hear it's not just a me by two questions one. Why do you think we are here? And why do you think you were here? I believe that everyone has the same purpose? We have different missions. We all have the same purpose in say in different ways. We can say we're all here to to reflect the face of divinity, or we're here to reflect the cosmos in a way that only we can everyone is here for that same purpose, and we all have different missions..
"ninety four years" Discussed on Q95
"Head covers holiday stockings and purses. I could see a lot of people having fun with this super cool. I don't know about that. But I think people would enjoy it. I seriously considered it for your Christmas gifts this year. I'm glad you. Well, I don't remember what. And it was hard for me to make decision because you both have two dogs. Would you prefer? If the slippers looked like you. So when you walked up your dog, they look down and see her. I prefer that. The slippers look like slippers. Cool program. What's called cuddle? Clones, the names a little creepy. But I think that's really great. This idea is the dog. And for that reason, I'm out, okay? I'd like a size fourteen and Fido for my so you would like if you would like some of the I'm trying to find a picture of one of these. We do you know if it's accurate. Dog. Oh my God. It's just they just pick a golden retriever. This is dead. They know they've got this of this looks like a collie mix commute. Josh look at this being the two slippers. How can you not love these look at this? Yeah. Nothing but hate nothing, but hate you attack. The aging Dorothy is working hard probably because security isn't enough to get food. Now, you're attacking look at this. Look, I I'll give it to you. These slippers look like from an Modlin moment. Oh, here's what. This lady has one foot as one dog and the other foot as I've got get these. They look just like the dogs, but two hundred bucks come on man it, but it's also part of an a pet support program. All three meals, a toy. Go ahead and give two hundred bucks to shelter. Maybe get eight meals. Why bother adding the component of joy to the lives of everyone goes. Oh my God. Look your shoes. Look just like your dogs. Why do that just paint the whole world gray? There's only like three or four people to see me. And my slippers for starters. You got the ice cream store? We have the guy from the liquor store liquor store. We have a very special Email that just came in that has to be read immediately. Okay. All right. So we're talking about Dorothy. The woman who. Ninety four years old says.