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"To allow Trump's release pending trial under the conditions that he cannot violate federal appear law as and required. must He is also not allowed to communicate about the facts of the case to anyone He knows to a be witness except through lawyers. Two US Navy sailors have been arrested and charged with selling sensitive military information to China. The Justice Department's Matthew Olson. The alleged conduct represents a violation of the solemn obligation of members of our military to defend our country, to safeguard our secrets and to protect their fellow service members. The Tennessee Three are all back Right now, Justin Pearson, one of two state Democratic lawmakers expelled in April for a gun control protest on the House floor. You can expel hope for these movements Live in the people in this district. The people who refuse to be silenced and shackled and told to be quiet. He and Justin Jones have both beaten opponents in a special election. They were joined by a third state representative in leading a protest after a deadly school shooting in Nashville. There will be gunfire today at the site of a mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Gun experts will fire up to 139 shots at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during a reenactment. It's part of a lawsuit that accuses a sheriff's deputy of failing in his duties to protect the victims. The risk that you run in a reenactment is that prove you the other side's case. Bob Jarvis teaches law at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale. 60 -year -old former sheriff's deputy Scott Peterson was acquitted of felony child neglect and other criminal charges ...charges for failing to act. Jim Criscilla, CBS News. Florida high school students won't be able to take an AP psychology course anymore. The State Department of Education has told school superintendents it violates a new state law prohibiting lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity. It'll be okay to pump your own in Oregon. Governor Kotex expected to sign a bill today approving self -serve gas which has been banned there since the 1950s. It's awful to pump gas in the winter and here when it's raining and whatnot. It's not too big of a deal but I do feel kind of bad for folks who may be out of job. a It leaves New Jersey the only state in the nation where you cannot pump your own. S &P futures up 16. This is CBS News. Higher with minimal effort and max speed with Indeed. Their hiring solution platform helps you attract, interview and hire candidates efficiently. Visit indeed .com slash credit. 603 on this Friday morning August 4th we're at 65 degrees. Look for a chance of isolated storms this afternoon. Highs low Good 80s. morning I'm Michelle Bash and I'm John Aaron. The top local stories we're following this hour. The issues of rising crime and public safety Safety are top of mind for
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"Bus as students returned to campus from a field trip in D.C., officials say the suspect killed three football players and wounded two others. Christopher Jones junior also a student has since been charged with murder the motive remains unclear. Former president Trump is expected to announce he's running for president again in 2024, nova southeastern university's Charles zelden expects Trump to go after Florida governor Ron DeSantis in the race. He's going after his perceived FrontRunner against him, which is desantis, and he's going to fight nasty and visibly. Trump has been calling the Florida governor Ron DeSantis. The U.S. Department of Transportation is ordering frontier airlines to pay out $222 million in refunds to customers the penalty is over significant scheduling problems during the COVID-19 pandemic. I'm Michael kasner. The news that completes your market day. This is the big headline that's catching investors attention. And the stories that make your business week. It wasn't inflation dead just a few years ago. Bloomberg businessweek. Weekdays at 2 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. We have to be rational in terms of how financial conditions can evolve, how eventually we can get to a point that the Federal Reserve will perhaps entertain supporting growth in certain inflation. But that seems to be a little bit premature at this point. Chrome Schneider head of short term portfolio management at pinko, perhaps premature, however, right now in markets, people seem to be cheering the end of inflation at least at the end of inflation as it had been in terms of how hot it was. We got the second consecutive downside surprise, a good surprise when it comes to software than expected inflation in PPI coming in. Lighter than expected across the board coming in at 8% versus 8.3%. If you strip out food and energy, 6.7% as opposed to expectations for 7.2%, the response in markets quite clear, rally across the board S&P up 1.8% NASDAQ up quite a bit more. Almost 3% yields lower dollar weaker across the board, a more sanguine picture for people who want to take risk. Joining us now is someone who has a really critical view on the whole issue. You're in Timur, global macro director at Fidelity Investments, and Yuri and I take a look at this and I think about something that you wrote. Today I can sum up the outlook in only 14 words. I like this. The fed is solving for 2% inflation. The market is solving for the fed. Is this market entirely looking to the fed and a day like today is just betting the fed will not have to raise rates as high and keep them there as long. I think that's true. And I think the market is feeling more confident, if you will, that it can look past peak fed, whether that's 5% or 5 and a quarter or a four and three quarters, and onto a more neutral kind of zone that will presumably come after the peak, which will be early next year, and then towards 2024. So if that neutral zone is three and a half, and you put in the math of where the two year yield is, where ten year real yields are, you plug that into a discounted cash flow model, you get to the kind of levels that we're now seeing in the market. So I think the CPI and now the PPI reports give the market some confidence that finally we can look past this peak in the curve and onto a more sort of normal range of interest rates. And that's how you get from 14 or 15 times earnings, which was really kind of the fair value when the two year yield was at 4.7 instead of now in the low force and onto a 17 type of multiple. Whether we can get beyond that, of course, is the big question. Our market's overly rosy right now. I don't think the overly rosy, but that doesn't mean they have a lot more room to rally from here because at a 17 multiple, which is kind of where we are now, and that's assuming that earnings, of course, hold, which, of course, is a very big assumption. I think we've already discounted a return to some kind of normalcy in interest rates. So in order to get another leg up from here, I think that would have to be more visibly that earnings are not going to fall. And then the market can have some comfort in the denominator of the PE, but also the fed might start to throw cold water on this rally because what happens when stocks rally and bonds rally and the dollar goes down, financial conditions loosen, which is the opposite of what the fed wants to see during a tightening campaign because it once financial conditions to tighten. So another risk is that the fed will start throwing cold water on this rally. How much do you have to look to big tech? And I keep coming back to this. Because it's such a significant component of the overall index is if there isn't something more structural about how they operate that gives people confidence. Can we see the S&P end up positive next year versus where we are today? It's possible, but what I call the nifty 50, the big mega cap growth stocks. Those have been a powerful engine for the markets over the past ten years or so, right? They generate a lot of free cash flow, a lot of that cash flow that was extra was returned back to shareholders via share buybacks. And that financial engineering machine has been very, very rewarding for investors because it creates a high payout ratio, right
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"Economists are already trying to get a handle on how the holiday shopping season will shape up. Deloitte is out with the forecast says spending could be up 7 to 9% this year because Americans will be traveling and dining out more often than they did last year, when much of the economy was shut down by the pandemic. Deloitte says spending on goods will likely be about the same as in 2020. People are ready to resume travel. But safety is top of mind. OMG surveyed more than 1800 American travelers Over the last two months, 70% of respondents would support international travel passports. There's still a lot of vaccine resistance, though more than half of the unvaccinated travelers Say they would stay on vaccinated even if it meant they could not travel and Taco Bell reportedly has an idea to increase your traffic. CNBC says the fast food chain is testing taco subscriptions at some restaurants in Arizona for 5 to $10 a month depending on location. Customers can get one taco every day back to you, Jimi. One taco every day. Amazing you saw the story Right dude, 3 12 year old students from Silver Lake Middle School in Pembroke Pines who are arrested on Sunday. And accused of threatening, leaving threatening messages that were posted on Snapchat. You got to wonder. What is it that these kids don't understand, or parents don't understand about the seriousness of these, uh, these threats that we see periodically pleased to be joined this morning by laughter. Scott, Poland. Psychologist, crisis coordinator, school violence expert and professor at Nova Southeastern University's College of a set of psychology community doctor. Good morning, Jimmy. Yes, It's so troubling to all of us to hear about these threats of violence. And, you know, I compliment the local police in the school district because we must take these threats seriously. Yeah, And that's one more thing that parents have to until there, make sure their kids understand that this is a joke. These kids are going to wind up as if they're convicted, is convicted felons. So I think it's really important that really every parent and I felt this for a long time it consider around the kitchen table with free and easy conversation about their Children about you just cannot joke. About school violence and school shootings. I also think it's something we have to discuss it, every classroom and in our places of worship. We don't need the names of these young people. We just need to talk about. They made a mistake and the consequences are quite severe. The other thing, having been a responder on site to 16 different school shootings, Americans need to safeguard their guns from Children. That isn't saying you can't own guns. That's just saying you need to lock it up so your child cannot get access to it and take it to school. Yeah. You've got to be a responsible gun owner. If you're going to be a gun owner, Um what about the defense that I know, I can just hear the defense attorneys now saying their brains are not developed yet they thought it was a game. And we can't make them convicted felons because they thought they were playing a game. Well, it's a great point. We know particularly middle schoolers are often really impulsive in the things that they say and do things that they post. There's no easy answer here, but I think it's important that parents realized that All of that technology. It is a privilege. It's not a right and parents have to have conversations with their Children about digital citizenship about once you Post something on the Internet. It is out there. You can't take it back. And having said this parents need to, essentially, no the passwords they need to check. They need to make sure that they don't allow young Children to have too much unsupervised access to about the Internet. And actually, tonight, the city of plantation. Is sponsoring a presentation by myself and Dr Hillsman on the challenge of raising Children right now, especially with all the stress of covid 19 and information about that presentation is available that nova dot e. D u Forward slash shark chats that begins at 6 30 this evening. We did a similar presentation, uh last spring and had a very large number. In our zoom presentation, so I hope parents will tune into our session tonight, again sponsored by the city of Plantation. They're important stuff doctor really is And it's a conversation as you said that every parent must have with every child and should be discussed openly. Uh, you know if these kids are convicted, uh, they can forget about college. They can forget about a lot of things. It's just a shame. Hey, Doctor. Thank you so much for your time. Good luck tonight, and it's a great idea, and we look forward to talk to you again and in their future. Thanks, Jimmy. Have a great day you to take care of that prescribed Poland from, uh, the Nova Southeastern University's College of Psychology. Um, maybe you've got some fortunate for us. Jimmy Derek Carr found a wide opens A Jones in overtime. The Raiders rally to beat the Ravens 33 27 on Monday night. Football. Las Vegas car finished with 435 passing yards, two scores in a pick Darren Waller,.
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"Dr Deborah and Mulligan, professor at Nova Southeastern University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is board certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine as welcome our dear doctor. Good morning, Jimmy. Let's talk about little bit about breakthrough infections. I think I saw that about 83 85% of the people hospitalized in the state of Florida. Were not vaccinated, but there are some And that's the breakthrough infection. Right? That's what we call it. Tell us about this. Yeah, sure. So, you know, we had a really good vaccine driven strategy for the vaccinated. It was supposed to be a worry free, hot back summer of socializing and fun. That was before Delta. You know, this tough, formidable folks spoil their plans and rising covid breakthrough infections. Among fully vaccinated is a reminder that these vaccines are not a silver bullet. Nor is the mask a full proof invisibility cloak. So let's define what is the definition of vaccine breakthrough infection for our listeners. It's the detection of SARS Kobe to RNA or antigens. Collected from a person more than 14 days after they completed recommended doses of covid 19. So I have had patients who were diagnosed with Covid Illness, but they hadn't been fully vaccinated. So, for example, maybe you got the first shot. It was a week later, they hadn't got their second shot. So Jimmy, these vaccines are intended to prevent severe illness. That was the end point, and they're doing that. They were not intended to prevent spread 100%, although they were pretty marvelous until you know Delta came along. These vaccines are working as expected there, bolstering memory B cells, protective D cells and antibodies to protect us from severe disease. They're doing that.
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"10. W I o D makes the sun and clouds today relatively clear outside the studios here in Myanmar, although I can see some clouds over hard Rock stadium right now it's 79 inch around 77 in Lauderhill at 801. Cops say there's no known connection between a gunman and the two people he killed inside a public store. Palm Beach County Sheriff's spokesperson Teri Barbera. What led up to this again is to be determined by our detectives that are here on scene. Or reviewing the video inside the store, as well as talking to witnesses. The gunman, killing a one year old boy and his grandmother before turning the gun on himself active shootings on the rise here in South Florida. The spike in mass shootings, making many people feel on edge. Nova Southeastern University criminologist Dr Grace to Lesko created a video to teach people what to do if they're caught in a mass shooting. It's called Run, Hide, Fight run out of the building. If you can, if not turn off your cell phone and hide and be prepared to defend yourself, if needed, she says, always scope out the nearest exit. When you're in a public building, I'm looking around for escape routes who looks strange. Who's acting in a bizarre fashion. Miami Dade's launching Operation Summer heat and a peace and prosperity plan in a preemptive strike against another mass shooting. Wendy Grossman, NewsRadio 6 10 W I o D. You can see that Run. Hide fight video right now. At W i o d dot com Highly transmissible form of covid 19 1st Detected in India on the rise here in the U. S. Baylor Infectious disease expert, Dr Peter Hotez says the delta variant spreading more quickly than anything they've seen before. The concern is this one may really accelerate through those son vaccinated group. The Centers for Disease Control, saying that very it may be responsible for more than 18% of cases in some Western states and may be linked to more severe disease and a higher risk of hospitalization. The good news, though Dr Hotez says current vaccines are effective against it. President Biden confirming that the U. S plans to buy 500 million Pfizer vaccines to distribute in areas of need around the world. Speaking in the UK, the president said the U. S. Is making a commitment to bolstering global health. America will be the Arsal of vaccines and our fight against Covid 19. He insisted. There are no strings attached are vaccine donations. Don't include pressure for favors or potential cassette concessions that was seen as a verbal shot at China and Russia over their controversial vaccine. Outreach to other countries were doing this to save lives to end this pandemic. That's it period. I'm Terry Moore, NBC news radio. CDC changing its mask policy once again this time, saying Travelers don't need to mask up in outdoor transit hubs or an outdoor spaces on ferries, buses and trolleys. That's because the risk of spread is low. CDC already saying last month I was vaccinated could dish masks outside and in most indoor places. The federal mandate for all forms of transportation remains in effect through September. 13th. As the president's goal to have 70% of Americans with at least one dose of Covid 19 vaccine About three weeks away, there's a new push to address vaccine hesitancy. The South Florida Urban Cycling advocacy group. Break the cycle. An indelible solutions will host their first ride for a cause Sunday morning to encourage people of color to roll up their sleeves in Miami Dade less than 100,000. People who identify as black have been vaccinated in Broward. It's about 130,000 statewide that figures about 750,000. We are not there in minority communities across the state, Florida Health Department's doctor should Mariel Roberson suggested last month that in order to get herd immunity they need to bring shot. That's into more communities. Erica Rodriguez news radio 6 10 W i, o D. Some of those who flew into Miami last weekend for the biggest Bitcoin event in history have started testing positive for Covid the two day Bitcoin 2021 conference packing some 12,000 people into crowded auditoriums. Was the first major conference since the pandemic started. There was no mask mandate or proof of vaccination required to attend and basketball fans can expect the next NBA season to be back to normal teams told yesterday. The training camps will open in late September, followed by the regular season starting October 19th. It'll be a quick turnaround for teams that make this summer's NBA finals. It puts everyone back on a regularly scheduled format to allow for 82 games. The playoffs are expected to begin next April. Another update Coming your way at 8 30, South Florida's first news with host Jimmy Cephalopod back right now. Good morning to you, Jimmy. All right. Thanks very much Will. There's a report out that claims the South Florida has more people living beyond their means than any area in the country. Yeah. Pretty bad shape. When it comes to money. We'll tell you why. And maybe what you can do about it. Come up at 8 12. Traffic at 18 and nutrients Extend wi O D. If you're on the road and listening to this, it doesn't matter where you're going with Jiffy lube anywhere as possible. Your skilled technicians are here to change your oil breaks, batteries, plus so much more you can explore from.
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"NewsRadio, 6 10 W y o D. Just looking outside our Miramar studio, Seeing those trees moving pretty briskly with the winds that are picking up showers. Air moving rather quickly. As a result, we've got spotty, shower down and homesteaded 80 degrees. It has subsided on keep its game. But the showers now moving inland toward temper pines and Southwest branches worth 78 degrees at 902. So the CDC ease mask wearing guidelines, But there's still plenty of confusion about them wearing of master taking them often. It's causing frustrate in and anger among parents and some school kids. In Martin County, Florida, a 10 year old confronted his school board about masks. My mask also sticks my face when it's really hot, and it makes it hard to breathe. I feel like I can't catch my breath and that makes me feel claustrophobic and anxious. It's really stressful. The frustration coming after the CDC said vaccinated people can ditch their masks indoors and outdoors in most cases. But the CDC said student should keep wearing masks for the rest of the school year. And CBC's Mona, Co czar of de Miami Dade, Superintendent of schools, Alberto Carvalho, did an about face on mask removal for Children outdoor, saying that the masks will stay on for the remainder of this school year. They will be optional Come fall, and more companies are saying that it's okay to strip the mask off. Hunger and Walgreens are the latest join a growing list of mandates dropped. It's only for people fully vaccinated against coronavirus to coincide with the CDC updated guidelines. This on the list included Costco, CVS, Home Depot, Coles Myer Public's Sam's Club, Target Trader Joe's and Wal Mart. As far as restaurants, Starbucks and Chipotle E have made the move. Amazon will do the same for warehouse workers starting next week. That's Mark Mayfield and starting next week, Children, teachers and school workers in Broward can get their second dose of the Fizer trial vaccine on campus. It's free and voluntary at all public high schools and participating charter high schools throughout Broward students. 12 through 18 can be vaccinated without a parent or guardian present, if they bring a consent form signed by the parents or the guardian with them to the event from May 25th through June 1st. Vaccination side at Miami Dade College is also said to close on May 25th and it's a safe bet to assume that Governor stances is going to be signing the newly approved gambling compact with Seminole Tribe. If the deal it's the jackpot, craps and roulette can be played on reservation casinos. It would allow for three more casinos to be built on the Hollywood reservation and legalize sports betting Nova Southeastern University is Bob Jarvis says the compact faces several legal obstacles, and some argue it violates a state constitutional amendment preventing the expansion of gambling without voter approval. Specifically reference sports betting. Both sides have good arguments as to whether or not this compact has to be approved by the voters. The 30 Year deal, which could net Florida 500 million per year also needs federal approval. Wendy Grossman News radio's 6 10 W Y. O D. Meanwhile, the harness horse races held a Pompano Park since 1964 about to come to an end. Lawmakers have rejected a measure that would have kept the races going. Coral Springs State representative Dan Dailey was behind it, saying that it would have saved thousands of jobs. Sino five and a possible double shooting under probe in southwest Miami Dade. At least two people may have been injured. Miami Dade police on the scene off bird Road and 107th Avenue streets are blocked off by the Chevron there. There is a bullet riddled car, not far from their detectives are also checking things out near Southwest 51st terrorists and 98th Avenue and 11 year Old girls Safe after a man violently try to kidnap her from a bus stop in Pensacola had this 11 year old victim not thought. To fight and to fight. And to just never give up. And this could have ended terribly and apparently, she used moves that she learned by watching law and order. Scandia County Sheriff Chip Simmons says 30 year old Jerry Stenger is now charged with attempted kidnapping of a child under 13 aggravated assault and battery, and the judge has set his bond at 1.5 million bucks. I know five. It's being reported The Middle East cease fire may be hours away between Israel and Hamas militants, but it's not stopping the fighting. For this 11th Street day, Palestinian groups have fired rockets toward Israel and Israel's carried out even more air strikes on the Gaza Strip. Meanwhile, an attack on Jewish diners by members of pro Palestinian care event in Los Angeles is now being investigated as a hate crime. Cell phone video captured a group of men attacking several people having dinner at a restaurant, and witnesses say that they were shouting racial slurs. Meanwhile, President Biden is signing the covert 19 Hate Crimes Act into law today. Congress would have passed it after mass shooting in Atlanta that killed eight people, including six women of Asian descent back in March, its passage and signing today or happening during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Reports of hate incidents directed at Asian Americans are up dramatically since the covert pandemic hit the U. S more than a year ago. More news at 9 30. It's nine Oh, six. I'm Natalie Rodriguez back to you, Ryan. Thank you. Natalie. Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy Several Oh, here on South Florida's first news and coming up this hour talk to Adam Shapiro, anchor and reporter for Yahoo Finance. He's gonna explain what crypto currency is and why it's making the markets volatile. In these recent days. Also, we'll talk to political reporter market, puto. And, of course, its military appreciation month we're gonna have a great guest on for that coming up at 9 20. So we'll get it all rolling in a moment here on 16 Wi OD. We save big money with our progress. Sit home and auto bundle and used the cash to take a family vacation. You hold what? Who's up for a luau. Fish is not a real testimonial..
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"72 degrees had news radio W F L A Hillsborough County teacher has been arrested, charged with soliciting nude photos from kids online. 37 year old Anthony piece works as a history teacher at Strawberry Crest High School in Dover and is a former wrestling coach. Piece was busted in a sting operation targeting child predators. During these conversations, Anthony piece actually asked this decoy teenager for nude photos of himself and then peace sent videos of himself to whom again who he thought was a 14 year old boy on Social Media. Amanda granted with the sheriff's office says Peace, lost his job as a coach of the school in 2012. He invited a student to meet him off. Campus deputies are looking for other potential victims. Road rage, guns and a banana all made for a bad combination. In Pinellas Park. Gunfire broke out after an argument along the 7500 block of U. S. Highway 19 South. News Channel eight's Jennifer Kenyatta has more Alice Park police officers say 34 year old Robert Lewis was yelling at another driver on us 19 when that guy threw a banana at his car. Lewis allegedly responded by shooting at that driver. The victim was not hit but was cut by shattered glass. The injured man, Robert, Solid junior, is expected to recover. Odds are in favor of the governor signing Florida's newly approved gambling packed with the Seminole tribe, but it's facing legal challenges. The deal means craps and roulette can be played on reservation casinos and legalizes sports betting Nova Southeastern University is Bob Jarvis says the compact faces several legal hurdles and some argue it violates a 2018 State constitutional amendment. Preventing the expansion of gambling without voter approval. And the question is whether we're not sports betting comes under the definition of casino gambling. The compact also needs federal approval. But if it goes through Florida's set, did a $2.5 billion jackpot over the next 30 years. Wendi Grossman. Miami The Tampa Bay Lightning says it's expanding attendance for tonight's playoff game against the Florida Panthers. Instead of limiting fans to 7000. They're selling up to 9000. The Tampa Bay Rays say masks will be optional at Tropicana Field for fully vaccinated fans starting next week in a tweet, the team said it will take effect with the Kansas City. Siri is starting on the 25th, however, to an older fans who are not fully vaccinated will still be required to wear a mask in the stadium. Drier than usual weather could cause problems for Tampa Bay. Tampa International is recorded less than 2/10 of an inch of rain so far this month, and meteorologists say if it continues, we could be facing a drought. Cruise in Polk County were working a fire near the Bartow area That's about 90% contained with the locations of where we saw the burning. We're thinking that it came from alongside County Road 6 40 or from the railroad tracks such Lando with the Florida Forest Service says they believe this brush fire was started by a person. News at the top and bottom of every hour on Crist. Reichman NEWS radio W F L A. They're already on the roads in some places in the testing phase. But even as the technology advances, a big legal question hovers over self driving cars who gets the blame in the event of an accident, and carmakers say they need laws in place to decide that question. If they're to fully develop it eventually market the technology to consumers. Bill to do that sailed through the house several years ago but has been bogged down in the Senate over the liability question. Tampa based Method Testing labs has been approved to start testing Hampton Cannabis throughout the state, according to business observer method checks for safety and efficacy for producers. Among the items that will look for are heavy metals, pesticides and other toxins. And today we got the weekly report on new claims run employment benefits. The conference board releases its monthly been decks of leading economic indicators. Economists think we'll hear the jobless claims continue to trend Lower and the Ellie I held steady from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS. Kfir NEWS radio. W F L A W F L A has your chance to win $1000 Just enter this nation. Why keyword on our website Sports? That's sports and right now. W f l a news dot com From Palm Harbor to Val Rico, This is a M Tampa Bay. The talk of Tampa Bay. Good morning. It is. Am Champa Bai. We're distracted a little bit, Jack. Yes, indeed. We are. And we'll tell you why. We're distracted here this morning in a few minutes. Are in a couple of minutes here, but it is Thursday, the penultimate day of the work week. And we got Well, we got more stuff coming up here in this hour. And of course, you conjoined us any time at 809 699352, and it's Jack Aaron and Katie. All on board here is good. It does. We have quick takes coming up with Chris strengthen in just a few minutes, But it does smell good. A couple days ago we were talking about During the pandemic, some of the deals and you know we've mentioned how alcohol to go is becoming permanent and through the pandemic glory days. God bless them. God bless them was one of the main, You know, reasons why the pandemic was a little bit easier for some people with the big margaritas to go for me. I was going for the ribs. The food's delicious when we were talking about it the other day. Glory days. They just dropped off some of the market. Rita's We have gallons of margaritas. Alan's literally, but wanna think Glory Days and Michelle for dropping off the food and the gallons of margaritas? Looks like orange juice. So can I drink it like orange juice? Oh, yeah, That's my plan. I think I'm just gonna pore glass after glass. I don't drink orange juice like that. But today I'm going to be. Oh, wait. Join. I've been in the air. I think the original glory days or at least one of them because our son used to live in Fairfax, and it's Fairfax County were glory days started, and he was a Customer there, Your sire. So Jackson took us. Jackson turned me onto the wing really? Glory days. So I went to glory days for the wings, which are fantastic, which we have here. But then I For some reason, one day decided to try the ribs on the big ribs guy. They're so good. They fall off the bone to get that pork slider. I I got the pork slider haven't had a chance to eat it yet. I'm ready for the pretzels. I'm on a huge pretzel kick right now had and hands like, two months ago, And now I'm on like a pretzel kick. I can't get enough of them. So when she walked in with the pretzels, I think I was overly excited. I might have scared a little bit, but very excited. Did you Are you good Cheese Dipper? Oh, yeah, Absolutely. It's beer. Cheesy. How can you not get And Michelle from glory days brought enough food to feed Everybody on Gandy Boulevard didn't tell them that we're only feeding us and Chris strengthen. That's it. Nobody else needs to know Katie's gonna do a slider eating contest. In the next break. We saw how that well with the hot dog.
"nova southeastern university" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"When it comes to those differences is President Biden is also shared with President Putin. If Russia acts aggressively against us, our partners. Our allies bill will respond. Blinken added. He was hoping for a stable relationship with Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin still hasn't formally accepted President Biden's invitation for their first face to face some it likely to happen in Europe next month. That's how you know it's like a terror reporting. 7 33 in a gas leak has a section of Miami Beach closed off. It's happening around Ocean Drive in Eighth Street. Boulevard Hotels report. We've been evacuated as a result, and crews are on the scene trying to resolve the issue. Odds are not looking like there's going be against the governor signing Florida's newly approved gambling pack with Seminole Tribe. The deal means craps and roulette can be played on reservation casinos would allow for three more casinos to be built on the Hollywood reservation and legalizes sports Betting Nova Southeastern University is Bob Jarvis says the compact faces several legal hurdles, and some argue it violates a 2018 State constitutional amendment preventing the expansion of gambling without voter approval. The question is whether we're not sports betting comes under the definition of casino gambling. The compact also needs federal approval. Wendi Grossman News Radios, 6 10 w Y. O D and the biggest names in the culinary world are in South Florida for the four days South Beach Food and Wine Festival. It all kicks off tonight with Italian bites on the beach hosted by Giotto Dilaurentis. Bobby play hosting the Burger Bash on Friday night and Guy Fieri hosting.
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"Guidelines, there is still plenty of confusion about mask wearing and it's causing anger, Monk. Some school kids and parents. In Martin County, Florida, a 10 year old confronted his school board about masks. My mask also sticks my face when it's really hot, and it makes it hard to breathe. I feel like I can't catch my breath, and that makes me feel claustrophobic and anxious. It's really stressful. The frustration coming after the CDC said vaccinated people can ditched their masks indoors and outdoors in most cases. But the CDC said student should keep wearing masks for the rest of the school year. That's Monaco's RFD. Meanwhile, Miami Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho also did an about face on his order to remove masks outdoor effective yesterday, instead saying the masks will stay on for the remainder of this school year. But they still will be optional Come fall, and more. Companies are also saying it's OK to shop without a mask on Hunger and Walgreens are the latest join a growing list of mandates dropped. It's only for people fully vaccinated against coronavirus to coincide with the CDC updated guidelines. There's on the list included Costco, CVS, Home Depot, Coles Myer Public's Sam's Club, Target Trader Joe's and Wal Mart. As far as restaurants, Starbucks and Chipotle E have made the move. Amazon will do the same for warehouse workers starting next week. That's Mark Mayfield. And starting next week, teachers and school workers in Broward County can get their second dose of flies Ear's trial vaccines on campus. It'll be free and voluntary at all public high schools and participating charter high schools in Broward. Students, 12 and up through the age of 18 can be vaccinated without a parent or guardian present if they bring a consent form signed by a parent or guardian with him to the event from May 25th through June 1st. Vaccination side, also at Miami Dade College, is also set to close on May 25th. 704 to safe bet to assume that Governor De Santis will be signing the newly approved gambling compact with the Seminole tribe as soon as it hits his desk. If the deal it's the jackpot, craps and roulette can be played on reservation casinos. It would allow for three more casinos to be built on the Hollywood reservation and legalize sports betting Nova Southeastern University is Bob Jarvis says the compact faces several legal obstacles, and some argue it violates a state constitutional amendment preventing the expansion of gambling without voter approval. Specifically reference sports betting. Both sides have good arguments as to whether or not this compact has to be approved by the voters. The 30 Year deal, which could net Florida 500 million per year also needs federal approval. Wendi Grossman News radio's 6 10 w Y. O D on a local sports traditions about to come to an end. Harness horse racing has been held at Pompano Park since 1964. But state lawmakers yesterday rejected measure that would have forced the park's owners to keep the race is going World Springs State representative Dan Dailey was behind the measure that he says would have saved thousands of jobs. Pompano Park is known as the Winter Capital Harness racing, and it has been the last track of its kind here in the state. But upon 705 a possible double shooting under probe this morning out of southwest Miami Dade, Miami Dade police on the scene off southwest 107th Avenue and bird roads, streets are blocked off by the Chevron gas station there where there is a bullet riddled car a short distance away. Police are also investigating things at Southwest 51st terrorists and 98th Avenue. And word is that both scenes may be connected and 11 year old girls safe this morning after a man violently tried to kidnap her from a bus stop in Pensacola had this 11 year old victim not thought. To fight and to fight. And to just never give up. And this could have ended terribly. Escambia County sheriff chips, Simmons says 30 year old Jared stand guys charged with attempted kidnapping of a child into 13 aggravated assault and battery, a judge setting his bond at $1.5 million and that 11 year old girl fought back because Something she learned watching law and order. 75. It's being reported a Middle East cease fire could be just hours away between Israel and Hamas militants, but that's not stopping the fighting for an 11th straight day, Palestinian groups have fired rockets toward Israel and Israel's carried out more air strikes on the Gaza Strip. An attack on Jewish diners by members of pro Palestinian caravan in Los Angeles is now being investigated as a hate crime. Cell phone video captured a group of men attacking several people at a restaurant, and witnesses say that they were shouting. Racial slurs at one another and the president today signing the covert 19 Hate Crimes Act into law. Congress Road impassable after mass shooting in Atlanta that killed eight people, including six women of Asian descent in March, its passage and signing today or happening as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month gets underway. More news at 7 37 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez back to you, Ryan. Thank you. Natalie. Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy Stuff alone here on South Florida's first news, and we've got a packed seven o'clock hour for you coming up. In a moment, We're gonna talk to anchor and reporter for Yahoo Finance Adam Shapiro about the market volatility involving crypto currency. Also, we have our travel editor Peter Greenberg joining us and politicos Mark Caputo will check in. He broke the news that Val Demings would be running for Marco Rubio seat in 2022. We'll talk to him about that, and a whole lot more on the way here on 16 double. U I O D I'm Robert Content. 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"You're crashing out Clear. 95 North Bend after 4, 41 and otherwise smooth ride in Miami Dade on the palmetto, the Dolphin and the Turnpike looking for the north Broward. Kenny, we continue with a smooth ride here is Well No delays. Your next update in 10 minutes. News radio 6 10 w y o d sun shining brightly still have a few clouds in the sky, but nothing major 71 candles 69 right now in Davy. No No. One in the House article of impeachment against former President Trump for inciting the deadly capital riots being sent to the Senate today. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Zeldin says impeachment is usually for lawmakers to rule on the fitness of a president for office. Also a means to make sure that this individual never serves again in an office of authority for the United States. Sheldon says Trump's team could take it all the way to the Supreme Court. But he doesn't think this and it's gonna have the two thirds vote it needs to convict Trump. Since at least 17, Republicans would have to vote with all 50 members of the Democratic caucus. A lot of changes taking place at the White House with the transition from the Trump to Biden administration. But there is one very notable difference. There are now again first pets. Now that the Bidens have had a few days to get settled into their new home at the White House, their beloved pets have made their way down from Delaware and moved in as well. The first dogs German shepherds named major and champ arrived at the White House on Sunday. First Lady Jill Biden's office tells ABC that major love running around on the South Lawn and champ is enjoying his new dog bed by a fireplace. Major is the first rescue dog to ever live in the White House. The Trump family did not have any pets. NBC's Karen Travers reporting former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee. Sanders will run for governor of Arkansas suspected to make the announcement today in a video. Her father, Mike Huckabee, served his Arkansas's governor for nearly a decade. January 6 deadly ride at the Capitol, maybe the blame for an outbreak of covert 19 among Capitol police officers. It's still unclear whether officers were infected during the attack, but 38 officers tested positive for the virus in the aftermath. Officials warned the Corona virus could be spread among the crowd of mostly unmasked people and at 903 as we continue our in depth team coverage of the pandemic, the White House in a bipartisan group of senators are putting a Corona virus vaccine distribution at the top of their to do list. President Biden spent more than an hour on the phone Sunday with eight Senate Republicans and eight Democrats talking covert relief. He's hoping to make progress before former President Trump's impeachment trial starts February 8th. That is NBC's Tracie Potts. Axios is reporting that the bite, administration officials held a virtual meeting with the sweet 16 group of centrist senators who could be key to getting violence covert agenda through Congress. And from classroom to capital, a South Florida university now send Lee sending highly trained team to Tallahassee this week. One of Florida International University's trained covert 19 sniffing dogs and its senior handler will be spending the next month at the State Emergency Operation Center participating in a feasibility study. The idea of the doves are not sending out people. They're sniffing out basically any kind of contamination that maybe on searched. The International Forensic Research Institute director Dr Dee Etta Mills compares them to bomb sniffing dogs sweeping rooms to make sure they've been sanitized properly. At least two other covert sniffing dogs remain on campus. Checking classrooms. Labs in libraries. Aircraft rig s news radio, 6 10 w Y. O D and covert sniffing dogs will be used at the Triple A starting on Thursday. Coronavirus, meanwhile, is being blamed for 129 more deaths in Florida and 9500 new cases confirmed yesterday alone at night 05. The isolation experienced by older Americans during this pandemic has made them Much more susceptible to financial crimes. That is, according to the Federal Trade Commission. For the first time ever rip off, artists are making their initial contact with older victims online more often than by phone. But the FTC says telephone scams are still the most profitable. Advocates for seniors say that highlights the need to get older consumers landlines and cell phones onto the do not call registry. Major wireless companies also offer features to block robo calls. ABC is generally in their reporting. Iris free file has launched for taxpayers wishing to file online from the comfort and safety of their own home. Alejandro.
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"Lingering shower near Delray, where it's currently 73 degrees. Right now, Taking a look 73 in Pompano 74 in Hollywood and 67 Kendall. It's now coming up on 802 showdown Expected on Capitol Hill today, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivering to the Senate. The article of impeachment for Incitement of Insurrection by former President Trump New outrage from Democrats over allegations former President Trump considered using the Justice Department to try to overturn the results of the presidential election. The Wall Street Journal reports Trump one of the Justice Department to sue states in the Supreme Court. And when that plan failed, The New York Times says he allegedly plotted to remove his acting attorney general and replace him with a trump loyalist who was willing to help him fight Joe Biden's victory in Georgia. ABC is Alex Appreciate their reporting mail in Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles held in explains that impeachment is usually for lawmakers to rule on the fitness of a president for office. But it's also a means to make sure that this individual never serves again in an office of authority for the United States. Zeldin says Trump's team could take it all the way to the Supreme Court since he no longer holds office. But he does not think that the Senate will have the two thirds vote it needs to convict the president Trump since at least 17. Republicans would have to vote with all 50 members of the Democratic caucus. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden is set to sign a buy American executive order today. It was a long time campaign promise to increase the amount of federal spending two American companies and President Biden is fulfilling it. The buy American executive order will close loopholes and cut down on waivers for buying foreign products. The measure orders an increase in domestic content and will redefine what counts is domestic, also the creation of a new website for companies to see those government contracts so they can bid competitively for business. That's Lionel Moyes reporting. And President Biden is set to repeal former President Trump's policy of transgender service in the military as early as today. He reportedly plans to end Trump's enlistment pan. The ban was set in place in 2017 and allowed active transgender military to continue serving new transgender recruits were prevented from signing up. Not 804 in the January 6. The deadly ride at the capital may be to blame for an outbreak of covet 19 among Capitol police officers. It is still unclear whether officers were in fact it during the attack, but 38 officers have tested positive for the virus. In the aftermath, Health officials warned the coroner virus could be spread among the crowd of mostly unmasked. People. And right now we are reporting more than 9500 new cases, according to the Department of Health here in Florida. The coronavirus also being blamed for 129 more deaths statewide. At 804, from classroom to capital of South Florida University, is sending a highly trained team to Tallahassee this week. One of Florida International University's trained covert 19 sniffing dogs and its senior handler will be spending the next month at the State Emergency Operation Center participating in a feasibility study. The idea of the doves are not sending out people. They're sniffing out basically, any kind of contamination that made me young surface. The International Forensic Research Institute director, Dr Dee Etta Mills, compares them to bomb sniffing dogs sweeping rooms to make sure they've been sanitized properly. At least two other covert sniffing dogs remain on campus. Checking classrooms. Labs in libraries. Aircraft rig s news radio 6 10 w A. I, ot of its sniffing dogs will be used at the Triple A starting on Thursday. At 805. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are heading back to the Super Bowl for the first time in nearly two decades. Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes, overcoming three interceptions as the Bucks beat the Packers 31 26. In the NFC championship game, a Lambo field home Super Bowl for the first time in NFL history, I think puts a lot of cool things in perspective anytime you the first time doing something, it's usually a pretty good thing. So now we just got to go, Uh, have great two weeks prepare for whoever it is and you know, be ready to go. And whoever it is, is now the Kansas City Chiefs who defeated the Bills 30 24 in the F C championship game. And some good news and bad news when it comes to getting tickets to check out Super Bowl 55. The good news is, tickets are still available. But the bad news is they're very expensive..
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"It's now 702 All eyes on Capitol Hill this morning as the House article of impeachment against former president Trump for inciting the deadly riot has sent to the Senate and impeachment is usually for lawmakers to rule on the fitness of a president for office. But in this case it could ensure former President Trump never serves again in any capacity of authority. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Zeldin doesn't think the Senate will have the two thirds vote it needs to convict Trump. Since at least 17. Republicans would have to vote with all 50 members of the Democratic caucus. The odds of conviction are still not great, better than the first time, but I think they're gonna be some Republican senators, you say. Yeah, what he did was wrong. But no, This isn't the right approach expects Trump's team to try and take this to the Supreme Court. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio, 6 10 W Y. O D. Meanwhile, former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee, Sanders will run for governor of Arkansas. She's expected to make the amount announcement today in a video. Her father, Mike Huckabee, served as Arkansas's governor for nearly a decade. Thousands of National Guard troops are staying on duty in Washington, D. C. For now. Political reports as many as 5000 soldiers could remain in D C through mid March to deal with possible demonstrations around the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump. Trial scheduled to start the week of February. 8th. Meanwhile, the January 6th deadly ride of the capital may be to blame for an outbreak of covert 19 among Capitol police officers. It is still unclear whether officers were infected during the attack, but 38 officers have tested positive for the virus. Officials warning that Corona virus could be spread among the crowd of mostly unmasked people and some four legged college students are putting their classwork to the test. Or dogs have been trained at Florida International University to sniff out Cove in 19 left on tough to sanitize surfaces like chairs and keyboards. Two of them were previously trained to detect a fungal disease that killed avocado trees. Thea, other two are rescues the season Doc. They picked up a covert 19 other family first introduced it sell in about three days. The other also picked it up fairly rapidly, Dr D N a mill says, while at least two teams are scouring classrooms, labs and library. He's one canine and a senior trainer are heading to the state Emergency Operation Center for a 30 Day. Study Aircraft. REGUS News radio 6 10 w, Y. O D. And while if I used covert sniffing dogs since the virus left on surfaces starting on Thursday, the Miami Heat will use Covitz living dogs to smell fans before they're allowed to enter the triple A to watch a game. 704..
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"Within a couple degrees of some record warmth as daytime highs to get around. 84 85 degrees. Not sure I've turned on my air conditioner in about a week and a half for two. It sounds like I'm going to have to this weekend. It might after. Especially at night. I'd say Saturday night maybe Sunday night Monday. Alright, right. We appreciate it. We'll talk to you on Monday morning. All right. Have a good weekend. All right, You 29 12 Now on NewsRadio. 6 10 wi ony, Let's head up the road a little bit and we bring in Dr Charles Elden. He's a professor of history. Law and politics at Nova Southeastern University is recognized expert on the history of elections, Elections law and set her up. You could follow him on Twitter at Charles Zeldin. Good morning, Dr Zeldin. Always a pleasure. Glad to be here. I'm sorry. Early this morning, Jimmy presented this scenario. A group of thugs break into our building here in Miramar and attack me and him the rest of our new staff. Once those criminals are caught, we are allowed to be jurors in their trial. That obviously, Ah, question our forefathers never considered but looking at President Trump's upcoming impeachment Wouldn't that be? What happened? The U. S Senate are really among the victims in the assault on the capital. They would be forced to sit as judge and jurors and executioners in the trial. Well, they are the victims. But the thing remember is that an impeachment really isn't a trial in the legal sense it as we were reminded the last time we had an impeachment trial. This is a political process. And the founders set out a process in which the Senate is are the week. We call them jurors because it's the closest equivalent, but really what they are the people who simply make the decision. As the fitness of the president for office. And and that is very much a political decision. Uh, even though there may be legal implications behind it. On. So while yeah, I mean, it's a little weird to have the people who were attacked, be the ones who who stand judgment. That is how the Constitution laid it out, and that's how it's gonna have to be. And you just mentioned exactly the argument that impeachment was a to our forefathers intended to have a president removed from office for the national good for the safety and security of the position, the nation etcetera, But Donald Trump's now just, you know, Joe Blow citizen. Impeaching him now with seems just to be punitive, a sort of vengeance. No. Doesn't it defeat the purpose of what impeachment was intended for? Well again. Impeachment was just to rule on the fitness of the president. For office and what it would it Usually means is, let's get this guy out of the office quick before he does any damage, But it's also a means to make sure that this individual never serves again in an office of authority for the United States. That would be a separate vote the right the impeachment they would need. We need two thirds of the Senate's of 67. Senators would have to vote to impeach and then they would have to take a second vote to prevent him from running for national office again, right? So in this in this instance the first boat would be was this man fit to be president? Did he do something that would disqualify him? From having the job and removal if he was still in office, And then the second vote is What should be the consequences. So it's like it's like in a regular trial. You have the guilt or innocence phase and then the sensor in the sentencing phase and You know, it's it's He? It's not like you can run out the clock and this isn't this isn't football. You can't just round the clock. And when the game um what bizarre times we live in Doctor Zelda, and the goal is to make sure he never runs for national office again. And I think most everybody can agree that he probably shouldn't After. What has happened. Can Congress pass a rush resolution to that end? I mean, I'm sure they could get a few Republicans. In the Senate to sign off on something like that in lieu of impeachment. They probably could problem is it wouldn't carry any legal weight s O it. The problem really is that the founders didn't conceive the situation such as we had here and Theme the mechanisms they provided for protecting us from potentially bad actors in office. Are limited, and this is what we got. It'd be nice to have a more focused approach for this situation. But this is this is the mechanism the founders wrote into the Constitution. Is there any legal argument that you could think of from whatever legal team the former president assembles for this that would lead To the Supreme Court, having to make a decision on whether one he could be impeached or to whether they could prevent him from running again. Well, not for that. Not for this. Not for the second one. I could see that they could make an argument. Supreme Court saying, Hey, I'm out of here. Uh, this is a removal process. You're not removing may why are they doing this? And and the court could rule on that. Because it's never come up before. It's a procedural question. And that sort of thing that the court is is therefore it interprets what the Constitution requires. So yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if we do end up seeing Supreme Court get involved at some stage with this, but again, I think the odds of Conviction are still not great better than the first time. But what's the reason you pointed out? I think they're gonna be some Republican senators, you say? Yeah. What he did was wrong, but no, This isn't the right approach. Yeah, and I'll be sure I don't think that I agree with you. I don't think they'll be able to get the 17 Republicans on board either. But they will get a few. Dr Charles Zeldin, professor of history Long politics at Nova Southeastern University, always appreciate for your time. Thank you so much they save All right, 9 17 now on NewsRadio. 6 10 Wi, OT with three minutes away from the next live check on traffic and Navy.
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"Warm up with cool down, we warm up. Difficult winter here in South Florida. Yeah, bit of a roller coaster. But overall, I think we'll take it. Weather Channel Meteorologist raced Agent with us. Thank you so much, right? Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy and Manny this morning, and to so much news to run through right now for a preview of Congress's electoral college count today, I'm joined now by Professor of political science and History of Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Trolls Zeldin, Dr Selden. Thanks for taking the time this morning and let's start with y This is happening today. How did Congress end up playing this role? And what is their roles supposed to be? Well, there's there's always had to be somebody to count the electoral votes. Um and and so it's always fallen, too. To Congress to receive the electoral vote and to count them. However, the actual votes the count's who's the electors are that's all done by the states, so this is traditionally really a ceremonial process. We already know who the votes therefore, the processes is laid out. Um Hmm. In 18 76. We ran into a glitch, Uh, three southern states that were under Republican control during reconstruction. Ended up sending two sets of electors votes. One Democratic one Republican. And so there was this question. Well, which one do we accept? And ultimately they formed the commission. The commission in the end, chose to accept the Republican Electors, which gave Hayes the presidency but immediately thereafter, they set about trying to write a Syriza's statute toe organize this process because when it came in 18 76, there really was nothing. Just So Congress how to respond to that. Okay, um, in the time, since there have been occasional objections to ballot, but very rarely do they come as required with a Congress person and a senator, and so again, the process just simply moves on on the results turn announced. So really, Congress has the job, but it's the kind of job that you come in. It takes an hour and you're done. Except that doesn't seem the case this year, so pretty much you just have the state's sending their electoral college count to Congress. Congress puts it all together. Game over. That's it. Yeah, and, in fact would be the law that was passed following the 18 76. Uh, mess created what we call the safe harbor deadline. If a state certifies its electors before search and date, which is usually about a week before the electors vote. Congress. Has to accept those votes. Goes our be presumed copper votes, So that's again an area in which there's not a lot Congress can do. They could object to it. On call into question the process, But ultimately, if it becomes a tire, there's any if there isn't an obvious problem. They're supposed to go with the votes that were certified by the state. And all of those votes. Uh, get the totals we got from the election, which means by them on the election that the Charles Zeldin, professor of political science and History and Nova Southeastern University, Dr Selden, Thanks so much for taking a few minutes to break that down for us. We appreciate it. My pleasure, as always. All right. And right now let's turn to our very own Rory O'Neill to see what's trending this morning. What do you got, right? Up. Do we not have Rory? All right, Well, I'll tell you what, I'll tell you. What's trending. We've got the Georgia elections. Those air certainly trending and the latest on that just to kind of recap where things stand this morning. For those of you are just joining us. We have the race cold. For Raphael Warnock. He has defeated Republican Senator Kelly Leffler. It looks like the margin is gonna be enough to wear an automatic recount won't be the case in that race, the one race that is still too close to call the Is the race between Republican Senator David Perdue and Jon Ossoff's. That race shows on stuff in the lead by about 4% points with that lead based on where the votes are still being counted and the types of votes that they are that's expected to increase just a bit and might get us off over that half percent threshold that would trigger an automatic recount. So that's one of the big things trending this morning because control of the U. S. Senate. Is at stake. All right, coming up. Next. We're going to get a sense as to where things stand with the corona virus outbreak here in Florida, including in South Florida. So we've got that for you in a moment, right here on 6 10. W i o D. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service. Like never before. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all.
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"And public stores were also getting in on the action, part of the state's efforts to get more people vaccinated. 22 public's pharmacies will be able to inject people with a covert vaccine later toward the end of the month. Each store will be able to vaccinate about 120 people per day appointments will be required online. More pandemic fraud cases are expected. This year's more people get vaccinated against coronavirus. At least 100 cases have already been prosecuted. Amid thousands of complaints. The FBI reports. The biggest focus is on websites advertising fake vaccines. Some folks in Maryland, for example, allegedly used logo's of real companies to trick victims into providing personal information. The FBI says they're also on the lookout for providers trying to charge Medicare for unnecessary tests and procedures. 705 organizer's air now putting the 2021 Grammys on hold because of coronavirus concerns. A new data is being considered for March. The Grammys had originally been set for the end of this month with safety restrictions to boot. But this comes as covert cases surge in California, bringing into question the Santa Monica based awards ceremony this year. Beyonce leads the pack with nine Grammy nominations That is Tom Roberts reporting well, Kim Kardashian report about to call it quits with Kanye West. Being reported that the 40 year old mother of forest planning to file for divorce after almost seven years, friends of the couple say they've been living separate lives for months while remaining focused on raising their Children. Parties at 7 37 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez back to you, Ryan. Natalie. I'm just shook by that. Kim Kardashian. Kanye West News. It's It's really thrown me for a loop today. Wanna wait? What a way to start your morning. Thanks so much Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy and Manny this morning, and we've got a packed hour for you in a moment or detected. Dr Charles Elden, professor of political science and history at Nova Southeastern University will run through Really what today is all about when it comes to Congress's counts of the electoral college votes. Also, we're gonna talk to a professor of epidemiology. The University of South Florida, about where the current Corona virus outbreak stands across the state will check in.
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"Less noise, pollution slowing down resource consumption. Yeah, no, You're absolutely right. And you being a pediatrician, One of the things that I've focused on I've felt and talked about this on the air. A lot of parental guilt. I feel terribly for my kids not having been in school since you know since March, and some of the things that they've missed out playing with their friends and things like that, but s so often adults don't give kids credit. How strong they end up being and I think there's going to be a generation of kids if the parents allow them to will end up being stronger for having gone through this. I think you're right, Manny. And so if we take like you just did if we take notice of the bright side and what it reveals, as it unfolds right before our eyes, your Children, they're playing in their yards. Maybe they've taken up music with their parents. I know we did in our house. I haven't places like 15 and now the sun and playing piano with my kid who wants to learn guitar online and the rush of right. It's fun, and the rush of creative and compassionate energy is coming from all angles. Artists, musicians. Communities, neighbors singing and song fireworks in your backyard because you couldn't go watch the ball drop. So many practicing gratitude is proven to be ineffective Mood booster and not only does it make you feel better in the moment, the practicing regularly can remind us of positive things. Even when it feels like everything is going wrong. You're absolutely right, and we've been trying. Jimmy and I have both been trying to do that on the show for weeks to accentuate the positive look on the bright side. We've been hopeful for these vaccines and despite The numbers were still seeing in this winter surge. Not only here in Florida, but across the country. The light is growing brighter every day At the end of this pandemic, Tuttle and one of the things I'm thankful for is that we have you on the sharper week. Dr Davis Appreciate it. Thank you. We'll talk to you next week. Thank you for the time. Thank you for your collective kindness and compassion because it's going to continue to sustain us when it's all over, Man. I appreciate you so much. 7 20. That's Dr Deborah and Mulligan. She's our health and medical expert from Nova Southeastern University. 7 26 on NewsRadio, 6 10 W We check in with Rory.
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"Much. 7 22 on a Tuesday morning That could only mean one thing. It's time for our health and medical segment for that we bring in Dr Deborah and Mulligan, professor at Nova Southeastern University is College of Osteopathic Medicine. She's board certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine. Good morning, Dr Debs. Happy New Year. Money, Manny so excited to start 2021 with you? Yeah, I am with you as well. It's amazing to think. 300 days ago. Today we went the public's and there was no toilet paper. The World Health Organization had declared the coronavirus a global pandemic. But there's been a lot of good news in the time that has passed. Yes, we've lost. A lot of Americans lost a lot of Floridians, but this morning in the segment with you, I want to accentuate the positive. The good things that we're seeing now, with the rollout of the vaccines already, too here in Florida, hopefully a couple more to come in the coming weeks. Accentuate the positives for me. You got it. And you just named a couple of Extraordinary feats that have been practiced. And yes, we can. Crab all day long about the negatives. But yet I love that. You want to look at what's going on? That's a positive this last lost year. And so the covert 19 pandemic is a social crisis that does evoke feelings of fear, anxiety, and you're right in light of the scary statistics we're seeing in the news, and they be like an oxymoron to talk about the bright side of covet. However many a fundamental human aspect of a catastrophic event like this one is the tendency for us to search for the positive and so despite being what feels like a lost year. There's also been joys and new challenges. And in fact, doctors and researchers are noticing and reporting so very curious and unexpectedly positive side effects of the abrupt You know shifts in our human behavior, So I'll just give you 51 slowing down the pace of life. Let's rush more free time to engage in self fulfilling activities that we might.
Joe Biden holds drive-in rally in Broward County, NW of Miami
"In the race to the White House. So it's no surprise that both presidential candidates are stumping grounds here. Joe Biden, his campaigning in Broward, before heading to Tampa, where President Trump is also rallying. Today, more than six million Floridians have already early voted the Democrats of the Mail in ballot edge while Republicans are leading the in person turnout. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Zelden says. Lettuce full show. Biden has a razor thin edge over Trump. So Biden's Florida fate hinges on if he can get more voters to turnout Tuesday. If he doesn't then it crumpled, probably squeak a wonder. One of the half person will win. Florida is the largest battleground state that's still up for grabs, awarding 29 of the 270 votes needed to win the race. One day Grossman,
Biden and Trump head to Florida
"Joe Biden, his campaigning in Broward before heading to Tampa, where President Trump is also rallying. Today, more than six million Floridians have already early voted the Democrats of the Mail in ballot edge, while report Wiccans are leading the in person Turnout. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Eldon says the latest polls show Biden has a razor thin edge over Trump's abidance, Florida fate hinges on if he can get more voters to turnout Tuesday. If he doesn't then Trump probably squeak a wanted one of the person will win Florida's the largest battleground state. That's still up for grabs, awarding 29 of the 270 votes needed to win the race.
After a visit to Miami, Biden to join Trump in Tampa Thursday
"Days to go until the election. Both presidential candidates are paying a visit to the country's largest swing state, which is ours. Joe Biden will be in Broward before heading to Tampa, where President Trump is also rallying today. More than six million Floridians have already early voted. The Democrats have the mail in ballot edge while Republicans are leading the in person Turnout. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Eldon says. Remember wins. Florida will do it by a razor thin margin. You'll win or you lose, not on who's registered Democrat Republican But how do the non party affiliation People break Florida being the largest battleground state that's still up for grabs. Awarding 29 of the 270 votes needed to win the keys to the White House and with
Nova Southeastern offers plan to reopen campus in Fall, as do Miami-Dade schools
"Nova southeastern university plans to re open this coming fall with safety measures including masks mandated students can still choose to attend class online Miami Dade County schools also have made plans to open next semester accounting for the corona virus including issuing masks and gloves daily temperature checks adjusting schedules to avoid crowded cafeterias gyms and hallways considering when appropriate expansion of outdoor class options superintendent Alberto Cavallo says the district will also limit the number of students on school buses for parents afraid to send their kids to class Carballo says the district will
Male Survivors of Sexual Assault and Abuse
"We have Dr Amy and Dr Joan Cooke. Amy is a licensed clinical psychologist and the assistant director of the trauma. Resolution and integration program at Nova Southeastern University and Joan is a clinical psychologist and associate professor in the Yale School of Medicine. Department of Psychiatry. Amy Joan welcome to the show. Thank you happy to be here. Thank you well. I am very glad to have both of you because we have a really big topic today. We're going to be discussing male survivors of sexual abuse and assault. And I'm a little bit embarrassed to admit when we first started putting together this episode. I thought to myself is this a subject that we need to cover. Is it big enough? Aren't we already discussing it and the research that I did in the stuff that I learned from both of us? Thank you very much is that it's actually sort of under disgust and under reported absolutely and thank you. Gabe for admitting to that I think a lot of healthcare providers a lot of the public and many male survivors themselves adhere to a number of male rape myths. We need to talk in this country. About how rape and sexual assault of boys and men not only possible but actually occurs at high rates. If I could share with you just a snippet of how frequent it occurs. Please please got my next question. What are the prevalence rates? Okay so I think a lot of people don't know this but at least one in six boys are sexually abused before their eighteenth birthday one in six and this number rises to one in four men who were sexually abused across their lifespan. That's too many obviously. Any number is too many absolutely but that stat blew me away at the start of my research for this episode. I believe that the number was half a percent like it was just ridiculously low and I think that's because let's face it people don't report sexual assault. Both men and women don't tend to report it to law enforcement agencies to the FBI. We just don't have good crime. Statistics on these. Why SHAME EMBARRASSMENT? Minimization and people not believing survivors. You know a lot of the research and the clinical scholarship that we have on sexual abuse including the development and testing of psychosocial interventions really focuses on women. And that's important for sure absolutely but men and boys who experienced sexual abuse. They're out there. And they're largely overlooked they're stigmatized or shamed by the public and sometimes by healthcare professionals. It's just not acceptable. I also notice that pop culture covers everything. But this is not atropine pulp culture. We see the sexual assault of women in law and order. Svu In primetime television week after week and marathons all weekend. But I can't really think of any pop culture representation of sexual assault rape or trauma in pop culture at all outside of that one movie from the seventies with the Banjo and that's regarded as like a horror movie. And do you think that this plays into the public dismissing sexual assault on men and boys absolutely? So what you're picking up on is that this really just isn't represented. We have amazing celebrities that come out like Tyler. Perry who disclose sexual abuse. But it's not often enough and it's often with a lot of snarky comments. That are written a lot of trolling a lot of other things. And I think this really speaks to the toxic masculinity that's present in our society. The idea that men should be able to ward off sexual abuse or they're quote unquote not real men and that's something that kind of pervades even around more kind of socially correct politically cracked people. It's still that idea of like grow side or just step up. Or How could you let this happen? It's still a lot of victim blaming that. I know women face as well but I think even more so around men which just signals to us that there's an issue in terms of how we view masculinity in general as a society. I feel that we should point out that. Of course we're not contrasting and comparing male to female assault and sexual abuse in any sort of competitive nature. It's just that we WANNA make sure that everybody gets the help that we need and your research has determined that there's a lot of men that aren't getting the support that they need. I mean anybody who was sexually abused or sexually assaulted raped deserves good care. And the fact that your research is determined that a lot of men being left out of this conversation is obviously very problematic. I appreciate that very much gay because sometimes and this is what we've heard from survivors to sometimes when they go to survivor meetings. You know they are seeing a perpetrators instead of survivors of violence themselves. And so they're not as welcome at the survivor table or some survivor tables. And then even when they go to some providers providers or said like you know. It's not possible that you were assaulted or you must be gay. You must've wanted it. And so all of those myths and stereotypes keep people from getting the help that they need and deserve and working on their path to healing. And also like you said it is not a competition. Everyone deserves this kind of validation and attention and help improving their lives. I could not agree. More amy and John. Let's get into the meat of your research one of the first questions that I have is. What are the differences in prevalence rates and clinical presentations of men and women with sexual assault abuse? Histories aren't vastly different as I mentioned earlier. It's one in six men before their eighteenth birthday and then that number increases to one in four women do have higher rates the CDC estimates that one in three women experience sexual assault or violence in their lifetime the presentation the PTSD. The substance abuse the depression anxiety. The suicidal aviation seem somewhat similar. Both sets of sexual abuse survivors experience. It it seems to US clinically. That there are some very prominent psychological. Symptoms that men have that don't fit neatly into our diagnostic classification system. So oftentimes with men who've experienced sexual abuse we see intense anger and it's always there and it's always seething but it particularly comes out when they're feeling threatened or portrayed. We see a lot of shame a lot of feeling damaged and worried about their masculinity we see quite a bit of sexual dysfunction including low sex drive erectile problems. There's a lot of chronic pain difficulties with sleeping and believe it or not. You know we don't talk a lot about men who have eating disorders or difficulties but see that as well including some negative body image one thing also that we don't talk about and probably too because this carries some shame is that we see higher rates of sexually transmitted infections increased sexual risk for HIV and higher sexual compulsivity. And so I think when they present to US clinically and if they're not acknowledging a sexual abuse history and not because of their own shame though that could be it could also be. They haven't been able to acknowledge it. Or label it accurately themselves and then connect that experience to the symptoms that they're having that I think we're treating them for other difficulties instead of what's really driving their symptoms so they're getting inadequate treatment. What are some of the barriers that men face in disclosing sexual abuse and their sexual assault histories? Well I think it goes back to that concept of toxic masculinity and so. There's a lot of cultural influences. So you know men are supposed to be powerful and invulnerable and there's this idea that men should always welcome sexual activities. So you've kind of got this just societal barrier around people wanting to come forward and I think also it boils down to the consequences of disclosure. So are people going to regard your sexual orientation makes some sort of assumption that because you were sexually assaulted or you must have wanted it or it says something about you. It could even just be about the risk factors involved coming forward and wondering if you're gonNA actually more violence or more discrimination as a result so there's a lot of negativity there a lot to be afraid of in terms of coming forward and that disclosure. John had alluded to it earlier as well. If you're going to your doctor and your doctor also believes in these things you might be repeatedly getting shot down. And so- disclosure just isn't a safe option. I mean honestly. It also boils down to a lack of resources or lack of awareness of certain resources. There's a few nonprofits out there that are dedicated to working with masculine identified individuals. And you have to know that. There's a trauma and in order to seek out these resources a lot of men wouldn't use the label of. I've been traumatized I've been sexually abused. They just don't use that language so really trying to capture men and their experiences and then having them be aware of of what might be out there for them.
The Great White Shark’s genome has been decoded, and it could help us end cancer
"After years decoding the sharks. Dna? Researchers have discovered a plethora of mutations which could in turn protect against cancer and other age related human diseases. The study's co leader is Dr Mahmoud ship g from Nova southeastern university in Florida. He told me what was so special about the great whites genetic code. Well, there are several things turned out to be rather. Interesting. One of the things was that the white Sean genome turns out to be really massive in size is about one and a half times the size of the human genome. And another thing that jumped out on us was that we found that many genes in the white shark had undergone what's we technically call positive selection. You can think of that as really basically advantageous changes that have occurred. At the DNA sequence level in the white shirt jeans. And you might even think of this natural selection, if you will at the DNA level, so how will that help the fight against illnesses like cancer in the longer term. The idea is that we want to introduce these chart genes into cell line, including human cell lines. So this would all be done in the laboratory and to see if the shark jeans and the proteins produced can actually prevent or reduce the frequency of cancers in these laboratory lines, and if they do, wow, that's going to be a really big deal because that opens the door to the development of of medical drugs. Could this help redefine the image of the much-feared? Great white. Well, you know, we we certainly hope so because as you know, the the great white shark has been much maligned ever since the movie jaws came out, but it turns out that this is a species that is considered vulnerable to extinction because it has very small population sizes are around the world. So we're hoping that this type of information will make people appreciate the fact that charts and white shark in particular are things that really need to be protected and conserved because they have a lot multi-choice in in terms of benefits that might actually a to humans down the road. So yes, I it's it's a long-term study. We should have an answer as to how these genes work within five to seven