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"odessa" Discussed on WTOP
"Including the main port of Odessa. Russia said today a peace peace settlement with Ukraine was only possible if Kiev put down its arms after talks were held in Saudi Arabia over the weekend Moscow's without participation. News Anchor A fire -fighting helicopter has crashed in Southern California. It happened as it was fighting a blaze late yesterday. The chopper slammed into another helicopter in mid -air. On behalf of Chief Bill Weiser, Director Joe Tyler and myself, I would like to express our deepest sympathies and sorrow to the family and co -workers of the personnel. Cal Fire Southern Region Chief David Fulcher there. The second helicopter landed safely but three people on on board the first chopper were killed. They include a Cal Fire division chief, a Cal Fire captain a contract pilot. Three passengers are dead after a charter bus crash in Pennsylvania. It happened just before midnight on I -81 near Harrisburg. Pennsylvania State Police say the bus collided with an SUV during heavy rains. The crash caused the bus with 50 people on board to flip on its side. Multiple people were hospitalized with injuries that range from minor to severe. Last night's Beyonce concert at FedEx Field was an all enjoyable for the tens of thousands of fans who were there. Storms with lightning led to a shelter place -in order ahead of the show. That delayed things quite a bit. Fans were hunkered down in the concourse areas at FedEx and people outside the stadium were told to return to their cars. Now the show did eventually go on with Beyonce taking the stage after a nearly two -hour delay. We hear she performed for more than
"odessa" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"World. PlateauDiesel News Radio 1000 FM 977 and streaming on your smart speaker. Your station. information Still ahead this hour, we'll check in with meteorologist Kristin Clark. She has some good news. If you're a fan of warm weather for the upcoming Seafair weekend, that information on the day also coming up. Initial election results are in and it looks like the incumbents on the Seattle City Council are advancing. Don't read too much into that. I'm Jeff Pose. A little more coming up here. Jordan has her eyes on the roads this morning. traffic We'll get coming to up in four minutes. First, let's take a look at the top world and national headlines this hour with ABC News. It's 5 30. Former President Trump waking up at his golf club in New Jersey, now indicted by a federal grand jury and ABC News has learned he may not be alone. The indictment doesn't name his alleged co spiriters, but ABC News has identified some of them and likely include Trump's attorneys, Rudy Giuliani and John Eastman. The 45 page four count indictment accuses Trump of conspiracy to defraud the United States conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, specifically the January six certification of the results showing that Biden had won ABC's Pierre Thomas. Trump's hearing is tomorrow afternoon in C. D. Overseas more drone attacks in Russia's war with Ukraine, Russian drones hitting the port city of Odessa separately. Drones also hit targets in Moscow on Sunday and Tuesday, though Ukraine has not claimed responsibility and its World Youth Day and Pope Francis is in Portugal for the festivities. The pontiff also meeting with child sex abuse survivors while there. I'm Derek Dennis, ABC News, News Radio 1000 FM 97 7. Stay connected,
"odessa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Odessa it was the largest in a string of almost daily strikes on the Black Sea port after Moscow pulled out of the UN -brokered grain export deal Russia says its forces intercepted two Ukrainian drones over Moscow now Tesla is lapping German automakers in the global electrical vehicle race Elon Musk's company is selling more than the German brands combined after announcing plans to shift to electric cars and challenge Tesla's dominance in the marketplace Volkswagen, BMW, Mercedes are all struggling winning sales over in China and over at Twitter an interim stylized X for X Corp is going to replace that Bluebird signature logo that we're all used to Stephen and here's a few things we're looking out for today at 9 a .m. we get euro area flash composite PMI for July then at 1330 we get UK flash composite PMI so we'll be watching out for that too and finally I don't know if you watched it Stephen, but Barbeheimer were you at the cinema this weekend? I wasn't no no I wasn't either but apparently 200 ,000 plus people went so we can't have any spoilers no but I felt like I really wanted to go but you know how useless I am last minute lastminute .com so literally couldn't get a ticket well okay I'll put it on your Christmas list but that's probably a bit far away to think about it anyway Leanne Garrens very thank you much for that look ahead to some of the stories that markets and perhaps the rest of us as well are also watching out for later today let's turn next to Ukraine a new analysis showing the importance of country's the female refugees returning home for the country's economic recovery Bloomberg senior reporter for international affairs mark champion joins us now for more on that story mark good morning to you you can start with some context for this story how many women do we know have left Ukraine since the Russian invasion and have many of them returns yes so basically the at the moment there are 6 .3 million Ukrainian refugees who've left the country mainly for Europe but they're across the world and 68 percent of those are women or female and a higher proportion still closer to 80 percent are adult women so the real essence of this is that men have been restricted from leaving the country men are fighting age which is defined as 18 to 60 so predominantly the people who have left the country are women and it's a fluid number so at certain points the number has been higher and there are women returning all the time but also people leaving all the okay so very much a situation in flux as well what's the economic impact of the absence of these women on the workforce well it's very significant essentially once you take the number of refugees and internally to place displaced people which is not a five million or so and you put them together that's about close to a third of the population that was living on the territory that controlled Kiev before the war started and so one of the analysts at Bloomberg economics Alex is a cost has calculated that it will cost the Ukrainian economy if none of those women come back none of those working age women come back it will cost the economy about 20 billion dollars a year which is about 10 % of GDP which is really significant is convincing these women to return to Ukraine challenge it is and it gets more difficult the the longer the war is so what we know is that you know the last big war in Europe was in in Bosnia in the 1990s and it took a decade for half of the refugees and internally displaced people to go home and it what really it's going to be difficult is that this has been a moment when a lot of Ukrainians were people able to move abroad they have temporary visas they can convert those in many cases to work visas and so they have a choice to stay they often have children and you know the reason many of these women left because is they do have children who want to keep their children safe and they are many of them not convinced that they can keep their children safe and you know so long as cruise missiles are hitting cities like you know Adessa just last night and they're just not convinced that they say they want come to back many of them say they want to come back but you know that number is slowly getting smaller and it's likely to get you know ever smaller over time the kids will be in their new schools speaking German or French or whatever the language is as they learn it they make new friends mothers get jobs and it becomes you
"odessa" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Main port city of Odessa with Iranian -made explosive drones killing at least three people say Ukrainian officials Iran now providing materials so Russia can build a drone factory near Moscow according to US intelligence ABC's Tom Sophie Burrage this is a Northwest News Radio morning rewind with Brian Calvert and Manda Factor from 2007 to 2008 a serial rapist was on the loose in Boston with law enforcement unable to find a suspect until now thanks to genetic genealogy let's go to our Northwest News line ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett is with us can you explain genetic genealogy simply Brad so what that is is a they to databases that are available like ancestry I don't think they used the ancestry in cable this 23 and me in other words folks who go and put their their DNA basically into a open database in hopes of finding relatives and so what happens is law enforcement will have a DNA profile of a suspect in this case from a sexual assault slash rape kit they take that and then the genealogist goes into these databases and finds basically partial profiles of probably family members would be family members of a potential suspect work that down to a potential person you know based on location age the victims described him perhaps his criminal history all sorts of things to see if this might be the right guy well that's not good enough you eventually have to get his DNA so in this case the FBI and the police surveilled the suspect he's now a corporate attorney and he went to and some function they watched him eat and drink they went and grabbed the glass and the fork tested it pulled off the DNA and it matched three of these rape cases that he's been charged with sounds like the stuff like we see in the Charlie's Angels movies or something I mean that that's that's some really it seems almost low -tech but that's really the lengths you have to go to get this type of evidence right and and the problem of course is that there are literally thousands of kits rape around the country that have never been tested in fact in this case they got a grant from the federal government to pay for testing rape kits and also to hire a genetic psychologist so I think this case got jumpstart because of money the feds provided always fascinating to take a deeper dive with ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett on the Northwest Newsline. This morning has news been a rewind with Brian Calvert and Manda Factor on Northwest News Radio. your stock charts .com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 The S &P 500 is now in what Wall Street calls a bull market that means the index has risen 20 percent or more from its most recent low. The S &P 500 closed Thursday at 42 94 and market the bull is considered to have begun in October of 2022 a day after the index closed at 35 77. This rally was driven by a small group of mostly high valued technology stocks. It's called a bull market because bulls charge while bears hibernate so that represents a market that's retreating. And Congress is looking at rolling back an Obama era rule that requires airlines to show the total cost of a ticket Republicans and Democrats on the House Transportation Committee proposed to let airlines exclude taxes and fees from advertised fares as long as the full price is linked. I'm Kelly Blier and that's your money now a respiratory virus on the rise is making many people sick early this summer season. It may feel like a bad cold or COVID -19 but it's not. Medical reporter Liz Bowness explains. It could be what's called human virus. The most common complaints in those infected are not what you'd expect to feel in these warmer months. Nasal congestion, cough, fever and shortness of breath. The CDC now reports cases of HMPV, as it's known, are 36 % higher than average this season. As to why? We're seeing more of metadimabirus because we're testing more. Ohio public health specialist Dr. Fagan Steve says the same type of testing used for COVID -19 can detect HMPV. Many physicians are now testing for it because it's more widely available and less costly than before the pandemic. The testing helps determine whether antibiotics should be prescribed, which are not the case. We would typically do that testing on individuals admitted to the hospital who are ill enough requiring oxygen or some other type of therapy. Those therapies then might be steroids or something to open airways. Older adults and the very young are most at risk for medications from this virus. It is in the same family as RSV or respiratory syncytial virus. the pandemic. Please stay home if you get these cold -like symptoms. The pneumovirus spreads easily through respiratory droplets when you are in close contact to others. The symptoms The of this virus do last three to seven days. A medical report is bonus. Northwest News Black Radio. Listen more. Know more. A new CDC The CDC report shows a drop in new HIV infections driven largely by decreases in infections among young young gay and bisexual men from 2017 to 2021. Rates of annual new HIV infections dropped 12
Russia targets Kyiv, Odesa with missiles, Ukraine says most were shot down
"Russia has launched cruise missiles at Ukraine's capital and the Odessa region in anticipation of a counter offensive loud explosions were heard in Kyiv and falling debris caused the fire in a non residential building in the southern region of edessa one person died and two were wounded in a Russian missile attack, however, a spokesperson for Odessa's military administration, said most of the missiles were shot down over the sea. Earlier in the week Ukrainian air defenses thwarted an intense Russian air attack on Kyiv. Shooting down all missiles aimed at the capital, Ukraine's military defense has been bolstered by a sophisticated western supplied systems. I am Karen Chammas
Ukraine shoots down 35 drones over Kyiv as attacks kill 4
"Ukrainian authorities say air defenses shot down 35 Iranian made drones over kief overnight in Russia's latest nighttime assault. Keith mayor, Vitaly klichko has been visiting damage departments in the city and tells the AP defenses had worked well during the onslaught. Flights of direction in our hometown and thanks to anti missile system, everyone should down. Drone wreckage struck a two story apartment block in a western chief district, while 5 people in the capital were injured by falling debris according to the key city military administration. In addition, Russian forces also use long-range bombers to launch up to 8 cruise missiles at Ukraine's southern Odessa region overnight. Some of the Soviet era missiles self destructed or fell into the sea before striking targets. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Ukraine's Zelenskyy expected to visit Int'l Criminal Court
"Ukraine's president has made a surprise visit to The Hague in the Netherlands, the home of the International Criminal Court, which is issued an arrest warrant for Russian president Vladimir Putin. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky's visit to The Hague came a day after he denied Ukrainian responsibility for what the Kremlin are calling an assassination attempt on president Putin, ICC staff crowded at the windows to get a glimpse of zelensky's arrival and raised a Ukrainian flag next to its own flag outside the building. Meanwhile, Ukraine's air force said Russian forces attacked several regions around Ukraine, including the southern city of Odessa, and the capital Kyiv, with Iranian made drones. I'm Karen Chammas
Ukraine: 5 injured in rocket attacks on 2nd-largest city
"Ukrainian officials say a key city has been attacked by Russian rockets. The regional governor of kharkiv is reporting a handful of injuries. After a Russian S 300 missile found near an apartment building and another struck a higher education building in the heart of the city. In Donetsk, the eastern region, at least 5 civilians there were wounded in rocket attacks, fired during the overnight hours. The city of Odessa in the south has been plunged into darkness, with a large scale power failure, crews are trying to connect generators to help the situation until
Russian missiles hit civilian targets in Ukraine
"Russia's repeated attacks on Ukraine's energy infrastructure, leaving millions of civilians in the cold and dark this winter. I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look. Crews bring in heavy machinery to clear rubble. While residents pick through the debris of shattered homes. These were the scenes Thursday across Ukraine and the capital Kyiv, Odessa in the south and labib all the way in the west after the biggest wave of Russian missile strikes in weeks. The targets, power stations, another critical infrastructure, The Associated Press, and the PBS series frontline have independently documented more than 40 attacks by Russia, a Ukraine's electrical heat, water, and telecommunications facilities since February. Millions of civilians left in the cold and dark. But
"odessa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Promoted a freedom agenda in a speech in Washington this morning. The ruling elite here in Washington and all across this country. And never been more out of touch with the values of everyday Americans, but never more intent on imposing their agenda. Speaking at the young America's foundation, the former vice president said conservatives need to focus on the future to win back America. He said he does not think he differs with former president Donald Trump on policy. He says they may differ on focus. Former president Trump plans to focus on crime when he speaks later this afternoon to the America first policy institute. It will be Trump's first time back in D.C. since he left office more than 18 months ago. In Ukraine, Russian air strikes hit private buildings and port infrastructure today in the Black Sea regions of Odessa and Mikayla, we spoke moments ago with Ukrainian parliament member Valentina here on Bloomberg market. What we see is that Russia himself Kremlin put in they try to as much as they could use their forces efforts even waging a gas war against Europe to attack not only crane, but the whole civilized war. Ukrainian lawmaker Valentin now you have the European Union nations today agreed to cut natural gas use by 15% this winter sources say Russia plans to keep the energy squeeze on Europe until the Ukraine standoff is over. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries, this is Bloomberg. The balance of power. It's always shifting
#37 Holy Week, part 2 - burst 2
"So Jesus continues. In the fair cycle tradition of being picky about the law, they were also picky about their ties to the temple. These religious leaders were careful to tie even the smallest of their herb garden harvests, but they ignored the board important parts of the law, justice, mercy, faith, all of these are important, but you strain your water so you don't drink a gnat, but you swallow a camel. Now that's the saying, maybe you've heard before. Let me see if I can explain it to you. Part of its literal, and part of it is figurative. Both Nats and camels are forbidden food to the Jewish people. And yes, the religious leaders would strain their water to keep from accidentally swallowing an at, Jesus says yes, you would do this, but it being so picky or ignoring the more important things thus you swallow a camel. Jesus
"odessa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For Ukraine in the ongoing war against Russia Ukrainian officials are reporting a deadly Russian missile strike in the major seaport of Odessa a statement released on the city's official telegram channel said that infrastructure facilities were hit Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky said at least 5 people were killed including a young child Odessa is the third largest city in Ukraine The strike comes after Russian military officials said the goal of the invasion was to take quote full control of southern Ukraine in addition to the Donbass region That land grab would give Putin's army access to a separatist state in Moldova where Russian forces have been stationed since the 90s Police say a woman is under arrest for allegedly beating and throwing boiling water at an elderly woman during a home invasion in New York City Lisa Salvador has the latest 31 year old ebony Graham is facing charges which include attempted murder or robbery and assault CBS two reports the 89 year old victim was found by a relative on the floor of her apartment in the allerton section She was hospitalized with severe burns all over her body but they're not life threatening Police say Graham once inside the apartment demanded cash then poured boiling water on her and left with the woman's house keys The building has mostly seniors and some say a lock at the entrance is broken and they don't feel safe And President Biden is talking about his plans to reduce the cost of prescription drugs speaking at green river college in auburn Washington this week the president called on Congress to limit the price of insulin to $35 a month which is three times what it costs to make the drug Biden also wants to limit what seniors pay for prescription drugs He wants an oversight process for increases in drug prices And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Police in Washington D.C. say the gunman in an apparent sniper attack is dead after wounding four people on Friday Two adults in a 12 year old child were shot and are in stable condition a fourth woman was grazed by a bullet investigators say 23 year old Raymond Spencer recorded the shooting on Friday and posted the video on social media He was found dead from an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound On earth day President Biden signed an executive order in Seattle park that says he will protect the nation's old growth forests Julie Ryan explains President Biden says the climate change crisis can't be ignored Speaking in Seattle during earth day Biden called it an opportunity to transition to a clean energy economy The president said that includes mass production of electric vehicles and charging stations across the U.S. Biden signed an executive order Friday on the changing climate effects on U.S. forests We're going to work with state and local and tribal governments.
"odessa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Seen through the eyes of experts gives you a better view So let's talk about the paint trait and the Bloomberg our market vision is 2020 I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rights market Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Business finance and the latest news affecting world markets powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Ukrainian officials are reporting a deadly Russian missile strike in the major seaport of Odessa a statement released on the city's official telegram channel said that infrastructure facilities were hit Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky said at least 5 people were killed including a young child The strike comes after Russian military officials said the goal of the invasion was to take full control of southern Ukraine in addition to the donbas region A court martial is ending in the air force's first ever conviction of a general officer Major general William T coulee was found guilty at an Ohio military corps on Saturday for one specification of abusive sexual contact from a 2018 incident who he had pleaded not guilty to the charges Gas prices are remaining steady this weekend triple-A reports Saturday's nationwide cost for a gallon of regular gas is $4 and 12 cents While that's the same price as Friday's average it's still higher than last week's average of $4 and 7 cents This time last year the average was two 88 That's the latest I'm didy kodiak You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol master and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steno from Bloomberg radio It is time now for dive into the pursuit.
Preventitive Diplomacy's David Falt Reflects on the Russia-Ukraine War
"So amid new word of sanctions coming from the U.S., along with Europeans looking to do something quite similar, I am joined today by David fault from preventative diplomacy founder and head of preventive diplomacy, which is an organization that works around the world in some pretty dicey places to see some conflict resolution. He specifically has been working at gathering evidence on war crimes there in Ukraine and joins us now. David, welcome. Good to have you here. Thank you very much, Chris. So, okay, let's start with what we saw coming out over the weekend. I mean, it's pretty horrific. You have observers there. Walk us through what you guys are seeing and where you think this is heading in terms of some of the war crimes and the evidence that you've been able to gather. So we deployed very early on in the forest in the first days of the conflict starting, and our assumption was that they were, we didn't think they were going to be able to take Kyiv and we estimated or our guests was that he put in really interest lies in the Black Sea area so that he can connect the crimping with Mario Paul Donbass in that region and maybe extend his slice of the country so to speak, maybe extend it as far as to Odessa, which is a strategic port facility, the basis for that reasoning was pretty simple, we looked at how he behaved in Syria when he joined that conflict and it was pretty obvious that he backed their third regime mainly to secure his military or naval facilities in the Latakia area south of the tartus mountains, so working from backwards from that we figured, yeah, the real onslaught there is going to happen down in the strategic Black Sea port areas. So we wanted to go in early. So we went in in the first couple of days to see what the status of those areas were and what type of reconnaissance team and amphibious activities was going on there. We obviously had to pull out of Mario pole after 9 days of the conflict, this is an independent of effort.
Natalie Winters Uncovers Deleted Pages, Ties U.S. To Ukranian Biolabs
"And you found a number of deleted web pages which seemed to indicate that we do have at least some working relationship with Ukrainian bio labs over in Ukraine Can you tell us what the story said Why you think it matters And I think most importantly why the panic by the left and the media If it's an innocent explanation it's an instrument explanation right I mean why the panic Sure well almost any time that you see the mainstream media working in lockstep with fact checkers to kind of preempt a story from becoming just that a big story You can always tell that that means there's something there There's something to look into So my interest was certainly peak to look into these existence of bio labs particularly bioweapons or at least formerly bioweapons facilities existing in Ukraine So there is an article that was actually cross posted to kind of a quarterly journal that's put out by a counter proliferation center that's under a branch of the United States Air Force but the original article that was posted in this magazine has since been deleted from the outlet that the author first wrote it and so as someone who covered the Wuhan institute of virology and COVID-19 very closely it's always a telltale sign when you start to see a sort of cover up and web pages disappearing that there's something more to look into right Right So this lab it turns out it's based in Odessa And it actually was the efforts of someone you may know a former president actually Barack Obama in tandem with one other senator from Indiana to help get funds specifically U.S. taxpayer funds coming from the Department of Defense To go overseas to Ukraine to help kind of at least they euphemized to say reform a lot of these former Soviet controlled labs that now are still in Ukraine
Did Obama Open a Dangerous Bio-Research Lab in Ukraine?
"Natalie, you broke a story on this, walk our audience through it. Sure, well, as I'm sure everyone knows, the American ruling class, their globalists at heart, they love to outsource and offshore virtually everything that's made America great, whether that's our military, our manufacturing capabilities and our factories, but the other thing we can add to that list, which is something we've documented extensively at the national polls is scientific research and not just any form of scientific research, but particularly very risky scientific research being carried out at BSL three and BSL four facilities as relate to the biosafety levels of different pathogens that these facilities are working with. So as you were talking about, there were some rumblings about the existence of bio labs specifically U.S. funded bio labs existing in Ukraine, which it faced value is kind of absurd given the fact that Ukraine is in a very, very contentious spot geopolitically and geographically. It's proximity to Russia, knowing that Russia is always wanted to invade Ukraine, but nonetheless, these facilities do exist. So the story we put up yesterday at the national polls had to do with what exactly the impetus was for the construction of these facilities and we found through actually finding deleted articles. There are no conspiracy theories, but certainly a little interesting that some of the articles documenting the existence and the creation of these bio labs in Ukraine are now missing from the Internet, but archived versions of these web pages actually show that it was all the way back in 2005 that someone you may have heard of, former senator and former president Barack Obama actually spearheaded the effort in the form of drafting a memorandum of understanding with Ukrainian officials to construct a bio laboratory facility in the city of Odessa, the article goes on it explains that the Department of Defense that is the U.S. Department of Defense also entered into the agreement with their Ukrainian counterparts. And what's even more really, I think, absurd about this story, independent of the fact that all these fact checkers and mainstream media outlets have continued to debunk the existence of the slab is that a 2011 report from the national academies of sciences, which is a taxpayer funded scientific group Anthony Fauci and other very prominent NIH officials have served on the advisory board of this group. They actually put out a report confirming the existence, not just of this single laboratory that Obama helped build. But actually several bio lab facilities in Ukraine.
"odessa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Plans to attack the southern port city of Odessa Zelensky spoke today in a new video and set up the Russian attack proceeds it will be a war crime around a million and a half Ukrainian refugees have already fled to neighboring countries in the past ten days Former U.S. NATO ambassador Kurt Volker is convinced that enacting a no fly zone over Ukraine is possible without causing all out war We make clear the humanitarian purposes We limit the scope geographically to Kyiv and western Ukraine so we're not getting close to Russian borders Appearing on CBS face the nation Volcker explained that limiting the geographical area of the no fly zone and making it clear to the Russians that it was a protective measure were possible ways to make it work He warned that devastation of the civilian population was just going to get worse if the U.S. doesn't do everything in its power to help Pope Francis is addressing the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine Rivers are blunt and tears are flowing in Ukraine and it's not merely a military operation but a war which sows death destruction and misery Speaking through a Vatican interpreter the Pope announced he would be sending two cardinals to the war torn country They have been dispatched to aid in an effort to bring peace during his Sunday blessing the Pope referred to Ukraine as a martyred country and called for a ceasefire a return to negotiations and establishment of humanitarian corridors He did not say where the cardinals were being sent in Ukraine Damage assessments are underway after deadly tornadoes hit Iowa The Madison county emergency management office says at least 7 have died from injuries after yesterday's severe weather 6 of the victims were killed when a twister touched down in the county seat of winter set southwest of Des Moines the national weather service sent survey teams to take a closer look at the damage today as crews begin to clean up efforts Protesters against COVID restrictions are staging a rally in Washington D.C. demonstrators and trucks RVs cars and other vehicles forming the people's convoy began arriving yesterday with more than a thousand vehicles assembling at the Hagerstown speedway in Maryland I'm Dina kodiak Cruise in Florida are battling 150 separate wildfires Scott Carr has more Wendy conditions have been fanning the flames in a wildfire risk has been declared across Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says damage left behind from 20 18s hurricane Michael helped the fire spread more quickly Officials expect crews will be battling two big fires in the Panhandle for several days now across 10,000 acres Thousands have been evacuated from their homes in bay Calhoun and gulf counties Reports say the fires may have been sparked by someone burning trash in their yard A woman a girl and a dog are now safe in California after Los Angeles fire department crews rescued them from the middle of a Hollywood hill slope Officials received word yesterday afternoon the trio were stranded in the 3000 block of runyon canyon road a two line rope system was used to send rescuers down the slope the three were brought up the slope just before 5 30 in the evening paramedics evaluated them and determined they were in good condition No LASD rescuers were injured The New York police department says a mother and her 6 year old daughter were found stabbed to death in The Bronx cops found the 26 year old and her daughter with multiple stab wounds inside an apartment on Monticello avenue in edenwald around 1150 p.m. on Saturday both were pronounced dead at the scene Officers had been called for a wellness check It's not clear who called the police no arrests have been made in the investigation is ongoing The front of the Carnegie art museum in Oxnard California is displaying solidarity with Ukraine the front columns of the south sea street building have been wrapped in blue and yellow which are the colors of the Ukrainian national flag the decorations are not affiliated with the city of Oxnard or any organization The museum was shuttered by budget cuts in 2019 and remains closed to the public The Powerball jackpot keeps getting bigger lottery officials say there were no tickets sold with all 6 numbers In last night's drawing that means Monday night's jackpot is worth $90 million as for Tuesday mega millions that's worth $126 million I'm didi kodiak And I've done these Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom Russia is making preparations to pay some creditors in rubles at after being cut off from some currency reserves I want to talk about tomorrow being a make or break day for the countries economy as liquidity evaporates and the sanctions really take hold Meantime as we've been reporting Netflix and PWC are the latest companies pulling the plug on Russia following pullouts by American Express Mastercard and Visa TikTok also halting live streaming in the country and Goldman Sachs is pulling some staff out of Russia They're heading to Dubai The mayor of key vitalik chanco asking for more help in the fight against Russia and Vladimir Putin The various thankful for support but we have to make much more pressure and help you pray And cliches go there on the ABCs this week Heard here on Bloomberg radio The fed meets week after this a lot of talk over the weekend about how with all the instability over Russia and Ukraine of 50 point rate hike is off the table They say on the other hand we'll be getting more inflation data with the CPI report this Thursday Inflation of 7.9 expected year on year And we have that strong report that strong jobs report on Friday And at the economic policy institute here's how president Heidi sure holds puts it I mean I slacked my colleagues immediately when I saw the number that was great This is just an astonishingly strong recovery We have now regained more than 9 out of every ten jobs that were lost Heidi sharehold there of the economic policy institute on that strong jobs report we had on Friday And yet yet the other hand the IMF is warning the war and the sanctions will have a severe impact on the global economy especially on the world's poor Global news 24 hours a day on Erdoğan Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the news among these Pellegrini this is Bloomberg.
"odessa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Russia is responsible for the explosion of a gas line in the self proclaimed Luhansk people's republic speaking at The White House earlier President Biden again said he believes Russia will invade Ukraine in coming days The president hosted a call with European allies and Canada's prime minister before his speech to hold Russia accountable for its actions The west is united Attorney Ben crumb says the family of Dante Wright is completely stunned by the sentence given to former police officer Kim Potter She was found guilty of first and second degree manslaughter for shooting right during a traffic stop Lawsuits filed against former president Trump in connection with last year's capital riot can move forward A federal judge said Trump doesn't have immunity from litigation and denied his request to toss the civil lawsuits Police officers at the U.S. capitol on January 6th 2021 and democratic House members sued the ex-president saying he was responsible for sparking the attack Brad Pitt is taking ex-wife Angelina Jolie to court nika magahi reports The actor is suing Jolie accusing the actress of illegally selling off her share of their French estate chateau miraval It alleges they had agreed that neither would sell their share of the estate and its vineyard without agreement from the other party Court documents filed in Los Angeles superior court say Jolie sold off her share to Russian businessman Yuri scheffler without Pitts permission Jolie and Pitt bought the 35 room mansion in vineyard in 2008 for nearly $29 million and tied the knot there in 2014 More Dave Chappelle is coming to Netflix the streaming platform is moving past the comedian's closer controversy from last year with a new four episode special However the series won't show Chappelle doing stand up rather him introducing other comedians sees chosen for the show I'm Brian schuch Corporate analyst and leaders say it will be harder to run a business this year than it was in 2020 when the pandemic first hit Mike Bauer explains supply chain stars lingering COVID disruptions labor shortages inflation rising pay and soaring demands for new benefits and work flexibility are driving up costs and complexity Toss in a surge of individuals starting their own businesses and others simply quitting work altogether and you see why CEO anxiety is spreading fast Lisa shallot CIO of Morgan Stanley wealth management says after two years of CEO sitting at home and getting well paid seeing their stock appreciate Yeah this year is going to be more challenging I'm Mike Bauer SpaceX is planning to launch its next Starlink mission officials at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida say the falcon.
"odessa" Discussed on Gospel Today
"And I know that I usually do this podcast on my own, but I have to bring her in every once in a while. So we can ask her, you know, some things about your life, your ministry, cover share, and I always know that there's more people listening when she's on, right? I don't know. You tell me the statistics. Well, yeah, something like that, I think. I'm pretty sure there's usually more more views or more listening videos, so it must be your beauty and your wisdom and happy TV show. So what I wanted to talk about today was actually two things. One is I wanted to ask you about some new counseling industry because you've been doing more and more of that. And some of those may be difficulties, challenges, some good posts that we use in counseling women. Another thing is something that we were talking about yesterday, and we were talking about before too. And that is child raising in the gospel and taking a look at not just how do you deal with the four or 5 year old or ten year old, but what about long term? Long term results. Of the gospel in the life of your child. So those are the two things that we want to talk about today. And so let's start with the counseling because that's a real part of your ministry. So maybe just to explain a little bit about kind of generally who you counseling and how you guys started doing that, why are you doing that? Can you do that? Yes. Absolutely. This is kind of unscripted, so. I actually started counseling when I volunteered for the women's center. Here in Odessa, we have our coworker established a women center here near our House, and so I started helping out at first just filling in for the secretary at the office and then more and more I started getting involved with the girls that I started having an opportunity to talk to them to read through 5 ways to the heart of the child and also love and respect. Those are two books that we cover. And the main goal for us that the women's center is, of course, to show the women that human life is valuable. It's valuable from the very beginning because at that center we offer crisis pregnancy help. But also, we want to share the gospel with those who are willing to hear. And another tool that we use is the way to joy and the story of hope, the story of hope is an evangelistic material that's been developed by our mission and we've been using that material very successfully. It's 40 stories 20 from the Old Testament 20 from the New Testament and at the end it kind of summarizes the whole concepts that are necessary for a person to understand before they come. So from the women's center, how often would you meet with these women? So our schedule is to meet with them once every two weeks. Okay. So that's how we meet. And the thing is that the women come from old different parts of our city. And our cities actually pulled out and it's pretty big. Well, yesterday you met with someone who was all the way on the other end of town. Yes, and it took me an hour and 20 minutes just to get there by car. So you can understand it's a good way to go. And so I decided that actually this gal that I met with, we haven't seen each other in the very long time because of the pandemic, and she had her baby right at the beginning of the pandemic. And I brought her a gift from our center, and that's the last time I saw her. And then we just had meetings on Zoom. And vibrate, it's one of the messengers, but still it wasn't the same. So yeah, what makes you go like an hour and 20 minutes one way in the car to have a meeting? Why can't you just do it on Zoom? I mean, I know you do dude on sometimes. But why do you take that effort to go and meet with them personally? Because I feel that the women are more open, they're a lot more ready to share with you their emotions. And plus to that, when they're at home and say their families around them, they can distracted. They, you know, they may be there unable to say something to me that they would like me to deal with and help them to understand how to deal with those things. More focused. So we have a more focused time less distractions and also more open time when the woman can actually share her griefs, her struggles with me without being afraid that her husband will get after her, for instance, or her mother in law will beat upset with her. So that was that's why I decided to go ahead and just take the trip and then go there. Well, do you find that a number of the women that you work with, they live in a home where it's more extended family in the home like a mother in law or actually both of the women one lives with her mom. So she lives with her husband and two children in one room and her mother lives in another room and then they have a kitchen. So you can understand that it's a very tight situation where it's, you know, the mother knows things and she definitely interferes. And here's a question. I would like to ask too is that some of them have difficulties in the home of unbelieving homes for some of them. And. And some of them are not even Christians, really. Right. Because it's just evangelistic opportunities a number of the women you're working with just evangelistic opportunities. So how do you counsel someone that is in a home where maybe that home life situation is really, very far from ideal and here you are trying to tell them that they should apply these principles of God's word to their life when you know that maybe their husband or their parents or in laws are not have anything to do with that. Yes, well, in one situation that I am encountering right now, my client, she agrees with God's word, really. She did not make a clear profession, but whenever we talk about the principles of the scriptures, she agrees and she wants to change her life for the better. And so I mean, I encourage her to talk to God. I encourage her to have a relationship with God. And I really hope that she understands, of course, on her own level, what Salvation is, it's a little hard for me to know. If she's truly saved, you know, I do not ask her like, okay, repeat after me. But if we cover the material, she does agree to it. And so if she agrees to the scriptures as being the standard and the word to live by, then I counsel her from the scriptures to be to be a quiet spirited to not answer with the wrong for something that has been done wrong to her. And so I'm really hoping and I'm praying that she is able to do this. She's able to put those words. She agreed to action and really looking forward to next time we meet with her. When you are counseling with women that are not believers or maybe they have like a orthodox background, I think a lot of them do. What do you find is the biggest problem they have, let's say with understanding the nature of the gospel. I really think that they, even though they call themselves orthodox, their idea of God is just so far out there. I mean, they say they're orthodox, but they believe that God is just some interstellar force, you know? She's.
"odessa" Discussed on Gospel Today
"Do something a little bit different today. I wanna focus on biblical foundation for our understanding of heterosexual marriage or just really could say a biblical defense of heterosexuality. And the reason that I want to talk about that is because I have been getting more questions here in Ukraine. Really about LGBTQIA+. In fact, last Sunday I preached on this topic in our church, you can watch it on our church's YouTube Odessa international fellowship, but I also have taught recently a seminar here in Odessa, our women's center on this topic because they are teaching children in churches on sexual purity or say youth the teaching youth. And this question is coming up more and more. What about homosexuality? What about lesbianism? What about bisexual other forms, maybe other gender identities.
"odessa" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Stand by Odessa. Yeah, I think that as school starts, particularly, I mean school has started in some parts of the country, but it's going to begin in a really big way in about two weeks. All across the nation, and I think we're going to see an absolute explosion. And you know if I if I was the parent of an unvaccinated child right now, I would not be putting them in daycare. I would not be putting them in. Public schools. I would be doing whatever I can to wait. It's just going to be a couple months. This vaccine is going to be approved for Children. The debate is not whether it works for them. We know that it works for them. The debate is not whether it's dangerous or as side effects for them. We know that by and large, it doesn't The debate is what should the dose B and they're doing all these different tests on different doses of this vaccine to get just hit the sweet spot for different age groups of kids and that's a lot more complex process than just giving it to 40,000 adults, which is where they started with this, you know, a year about a year ago. And so it's but I I'm my person. It is just me. Personally, I would not let my kid I would not expose my kids to this if that's what it can in life. Yeah, yeah. The school district was was allowing Optional masks. Yeah, Yeah, of course. Well, there you go. Already been shut down the week the week we're going to see we're going to see absolute explosion explosion. Jim. Thank you for the call Brenda in Atlanta. Brenda, we have 30 seconds. You got a quick okay? All I was going to say is real quick and thank you for taking my call is This to me is trickle down Iron ran. Don't believe in the government. Don't do anything. They say you're your own person, your own man and you can get away with what you.
"odessa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Odessa to Clearwater. This is am Tampa Bay, where Tampa Bay begins their morning. Brian Gorman in for Jack Harris on this Monday morning. Jack will be back tomorrow. Aaron Jacobson, Katie Pacino, also here and one of the big stories over the weekend, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their second child and the child's name. Is Lil a bet. Deanna Mountbatten Windsor? Yep. So, Lil, A bet is what they went with. And Lily will be. You know, the short name? That's what everybody would call the kid. But Lil a bet I'm surprised And when we went to break I'm surprised you didn't know this considering I asked you when we went to break Do you watch the crown Spread popular TV show and you do watch it? Yeah. And I'm surprised since you do watch the crown. You like the crowd that you don't know where little bit comes from its actually, after, uh, the child's great grandmother, the Queen. Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth. Her nickname is little bit Wait. The current queen, the current queen. Her nickname within the family is little bit which I don't know how you missed that. Because you have Prince Philip constantly in the crown, calling her a little bit. Oh, yeah. No, I didn't even notice that I didn't know that either. And then Diana, we we all know is his Princess Diana. So they went with the Queen's nickname for the actual name for their child. I thought they don't like the royal family. That's why right when I saw that, Ryan, I'm glad you brought that up right. When I saw that the the child's name is little bit. I Thought it was Meghan and Harry trying their best. Are they trolling? I no, no, I think they're trying to make amends. Okay? I think in this way they have given the name little bit to try to make amends or to try to show the world that whatever issues they have within the royal family, and how you know royal life is it has nothing to do with Harry's grandmother, the queen who they love and they respect okay. They've talked about it before. Just the name though. You know, there have only been I looked this up. There have only been Uh, in the United States. Five girls between 18 80 2019 named little bit because, like we just said, it's a nickname and a nickname of a royal from a different country. Between 18 80 2019 Only 15 girls worldwide have been named Lil about. It's more of a nickname than an actual Elizabeth or Lily. Do you like the name? Katie? Uh, not really. It sounds like a little bit like it reminds me of my dogs named Little bit. But like someone with an accent who can't say it like a little bit. Reminds me. Yeah. So, no, I I'm not being there, Doug. Little bit. Um, I actually got her from somebody and her name was a little bit Don't have her anymore. Actually, she belongs to my sister and brother now, But yes, I didn't realize there was, uh, actually it says it right here in the story. If I had just read down a paragraph, it says it's a nod to her Majesty, the Queen's nickname. Oh, there you go. You got to it. I I read that the headline in the first paragraph, but not the second one. I'm really surprised that you watch the crowd and you haven't heard a little bit once. I guess maybe I have it. I just didn't pick up on it. That's fine. It's not. It's not like you know some of these Hollywood baby names, so it's not not that bad. Just was not Northwest. No, I think that's why it wasn't surprised by just because I knew the origins of it. But if I didn't know where little bit come came from, I'd certainly say it was a weird name. Yeah. And then or do you think when the When the child grows up, and they explain where the name came from that Meghan Markle will explain this game from your racist family and get into all of that? I don't think that's how that is going to go down. No, not quite like that. Your name is birth from raises. They're still on the outs. Right? The two of them. They're still in the house. Okay, That's what I thought. But everyone did congratulate them. All right, coming up. Next, we're going to do quick takes with Chris Trackman in a moment, but first another check on traffic.
"odessa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To votes will all top Miami Veterans and relatives of those who died while in the line of duty, Whether the rain and Clearwater to attend the Memorial Day ceremony and Crest Lake Park, we always have to remember the Why the Why is Because people thought and died. I've filled with emotions of thanks on appreciation several dozen paying their respects to fallen veterans, one of many memorials held around Tampa Bay. The Tampa Bay Lightning, hoping to take a two games to nothing lead over the Carolina Hurricanes in Game two of the second round playoff series tonight. And the Tampa Bay Rays have won a franchise. Best 16 of 17 after a 3 to 1 victory over the Yankees in New York Rays have the best record in the majors. News at the top and bottom of every hour on Chris Franklin News radio. W F L A Golf has been fading in recent years. That is until the pandemic gave the game of Mulligan her second chance, the National Golf Foundation says in the US golfers logged nearly 61 million more rounds last year. Good for the biggest game since 1997 when Tiger Woods became a star. An APP developers are cashing in with pricey mobile labs, claiming that data will unlock your swing. Now, more than 40% of core golfers use a golf related app. The robot apocalypse is very real. For people working gigs shoppers for instant card as the company looks to cut costs, it has ambitious robot plans. Detailed in documents reviewed by Bloomberg. The idea involves building automated fulfillment centers where hundreds of robots would fetch boxes of cereal and cans of soup. While humans gather, produce and deli products. Some facilities would be attached to existing grocery stores. While larger standalone centers would process orders for several locations from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS for news radio. W F L A From Odessa to Clearwater. This is a M Tampa Bay where Tampa Bay begins their morning. Good morning. It's a am Champa Bai as you heard the phrase Tearing it up and the bolts up one zip on Carolina and even USF baseball winning their tournament. So it is. Am Champa Bai? No doubt about that. This, uh Came from Sue Turner. I gotta read this. You know you're looking forward to the college football season. A little recap of the last year, Alabama beat Arkansas in Arkansas fired their coach. Alabama beat Tennessee, Tennessee fired the coach, Alabama meet Auburn and Auburn fired the coach. In Alabama beat Notre Dame and the pope resigned. And how do we get the White House to play Alabama political Football jokes. Therefore, you should kill your suit Turner. Thank you. So you should go to our block. W f l a news dot com slash AM TV where we think Katie Pacino For all the great stuff she'd put on there she does. I was checking this one out. There is someone who has got to be in her twenties or thirties who decided it was a good idea to jump into one of those child seats. At a restaurant. She didn't end. Well, if you got too well for her. Her legs were really skinny, too. So I thought that maybe she might be able to get out. That was until the portion of the video where I saw the fire department had to come along and help out so embarrassing. This almost happened to me on, but I don't know why we do this. I don't know why it's young woman and she is not alone. I tried to do this at the playground said in one of the things I don't know. I don't have a logical explanation for why I did it. But I tried to sit in the baby see at the playground and I got stuck like I had to turn it upside down and, like, force myself to fall out, and I genuinely there was like a 12th period where I thought I was gonna have to call the ambulance because I was really stuff. That's what happened in the fire department came and got her. She was stuck, so they had to unscrew the sea and everyone's looking at her laughing matter of people taking videos of her. Now she's on her block. Wfld news dot com slash am a couple of others here. How not to hit your ride? I've got to check that out. You'll like that. Definitely. Don't try it, though. You can watch it. Don't give it a try. We have plenty of more. We will get to these. We'll take a look at these in a couple minutes, But we do have quit Chris Trackman coming up. We have quick takes with Chris. That's ahead on a in.
Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients
"Seattle Children's Hospital are more than twice as likely. Have security called to their rooms. If they're black, it's a racial divide in the use of what Children's calls Code purple more from comas. Corwin take Seattle Children. Staff members invoke Code purple if they need a security guard to report to a patient's room in response to unsafe or threatening behavior, either by the patient or often by a parent. A Seattle Times investigation finds Code purple is invoked more than twice as often for black patients than for white patients. It's a form of institutional racism. That in part, led to the resignation of Dr Ben Danielson as medical director of the Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, part of the Seattle Children's System, Danielson tells KCTS Seattle Children's own assessment revealed the disparity a decade ago, finding that security was just proportionately called on families based on the color of their skin. 10 years ago and then sitting on that there's a tacit acceptance and since there's a complicity of like, Yeah, we know this and we're not gonna do anything about it. A Seattle Children's spokesperson acknowledges the issue. Telling the Times systemic and institutional racism exists across our healthcare system and Children's is not immune. The spokesperson ads The hospital's goal is to eliminate the code purple disparity altogether.
Life Is Not a Game: The Story of Ossip Bernstein
"Life is not a game sure there are winners and losers but the stakes are far higher than we might realize. Just ask us at bernstein. Bernstein was born in the ukraine in eighteen. Eighty two back when his hometown was part of the russian empire in nineteen o six. He received his doctorate in law from heidelberg university and became a practicing financial lawyer shortly after that bernstein saw great success in his legal career. Earning a comfortable living for himself and his family unfortunately as he would come to learn several times in his life considerable gains were often followed by immense losses. But it wasn't his fault. He wasn't the gambler and he didn't play the stock market. Although he did enjoy the final game chess to be specific he picked it up in law school and found that he had a talent for it one year after he started playing. He was entering competitions all over europe june of nineteen ninety-two his win at the general chess federation of berlin earned him a master title kicking off a spree of tournaments with varying results. Sometimes he placed first or second other times he tied for third or fourth yet. The more he played the more of a reputation he built for himself and he was also outspoken against certain players. Such as jose coppa blanca. Who beat him several times over the years but there was something fascinating about this up and coming wonderkid chess champions and enthusiasts alike spoke highly of him and his name appeared on high profile lists although not always in a good way the bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen brought a lot of turmoil to russia with lenin's red army overthrowing the government and setting up its own capitalists and their enablers were rounded up for contributing to the plight of the workers and among them was awesome bernstein. Us wasn't a banker but as a financial lawyer certainly helped them get richer oftentimes on the backs of the most vulnerable. He was practicing in odessa ukraine when he was arrested by the bolshevik secret police in nineteen eighteen.
"odessa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"String quartet. And the Armenian dude took an instrument that you will hear a bit more of as we head on through the program, But for now, we'll hear it in this Ludovico, an outie piece called Odessa. Yes. Yeah. And I think Not everything. Carol. Oh, man. Mm hmm. Odessa is the name of.
"odessa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Classic recording of Bulgarian Song called Kali Manco Denk ooh, the evening gathering by what is commonly known as the Bulgarian Women's Chorus, because that's easier to say, than the real title of the group, which is the Bulgarian state radio and television female vocal choir. The album called The Miss Stared of Wobble Gar, originally made in the seventies and kind of bubbled under the surface in Europe for a while and then exploded in the eighties. Big hit record. Against all odds for the Bulgarian women who then ended up touring the world. And you can hear why amazing vocals and that peace Kali Manco Denk ooh! Before that. We heard voices from the Republic of Georgia. The Rustavi choir at a song called since Skaro at the well, ah, song that might have sounded familiar to you if you are a fan of Kate Bush, the English singer. Back in the eighties, used that song since Caro as part of one of her own songs called Hello, Earth. On this edition of new sounds, Music from the Black Sea. A and the Pearl of the Black Sea is the nickname given to the city of Odessa, an important part of imperial Russia. It is now part of Ukraine. And historic city that has inspired Ludovico, an Audi the popular Italian pianist and composer to write this piece called Odessa. It's for his own piano.
The Legend of Elden Kidd, America's Most Dedicated People Smuggler
"Was just another day. Another crossing for alvin kid and his smuggling partner. Tim burson so we had brought to people from the town of ukiah and put them in a motel in midland on the ten there. At that time you could go across the river. There was a both there. If you're a college kid you could take a boat and go in and go have a beer and restaurant and then come back. No problem passing back and forth. The journey hadn't been easy the night before elden and tim had met their clients. Eighteen in total mbookie. Yes mahyco they then guided them on a three hour hike to the rio grande rover once. They're they waited across undercover of in camped out until morning. Once across they ran their reliable decoy scheme utilizing to vans one. That looked like a smuggler's fan which acted as a decoy and another that appeared to be a legitimate tour van inside which their clients would nervously ride into their new lives. It been working flawlessly for over a year as the old saying goes. If it ain't broke don't fix it as usual. They didn't encounter any resistance. It was smooth sailing all the way to the motel outside midland. Odessa called the fern. It was big giant pool. And we'd been swimming and they were all showed up and had a new client close on. We're gonna make sure. They had plenty of food. They they're taking care of and lot of times. We buy them socks and shoes so they had new socks and shoes on so they want us to flag for anybody. Who's looking for signs of passing the people. The final step was transport their clients from the motel and midland to the nearby airport or with false identification. They would board a flight to some other. American frontier were their new lives would officially begin. There's something so satisfying about a simple plan. Well executed about knowing every motel vending machine or local fast food joint every highway exit sign knowing every single detail by heart. Elton was no longer changing it. Up for every run had gotten too risky and the tried and true methods. Were still getting the job done. But there's risk in repetition. Eldon and tim didn't know it yet. But the gnarled hands of destiny were closing around them. Yes this trip would be different than the others very different indeed because this one would be their last.
"odessa" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Serving DFL trending Now now, W B and w B a b dot com catch up free from direction. L U S A W P 24 7 News Desk, According to news, a Dallas County set a record Saturday with 3194 new coronavirus cases. 10. More deaths were also reported Tarrant County reported 3110 new cases and eight deaths and Denton County reports. 199 new cases and five death News. A says preparations are underway for the first covert vaccine Mega center in Dallas County. The site will open a fair park on Monday. Initially, people in the one B category will be able to get vaccines by appointment only category includes members of the public who are 65 older were ages. 16 and up with at least one chronic medical issue to the Councilman Adam Basil do a represents District seven, which includes South Dallas, where fair Park is located, the communities that are doing Hit hardest with this pandemic. Having access to this vaccine is extremely important. A few miles away in the singing hills area of old cliff excitement over offering the vaccine is somewhat challenging. I am a young is CEO of Golden Life Wellness Center, Texas. She says her staff administered hundreds of covert 19 tests across the community each month, but so far have not been permitted to give out vaccinations. Even though the center has applied to the state to do so. Because of the cure. Why won't we included the station as local lawmaker? Is it now assisting healthcare providers like young and the state to make the distribution of vaccine more equitable. A West Texas man is going to prison for two years for selling the rifle used enough 2019 shooting spree that left seven dead and 25 Others wounded in Midland Odessa, Marcus Brazil admitted last fall to selling the A r 15 to the shooter in 2016 without running the required background check. W B A P weather, a winter weather advisory snow and rain today with a high of 38 degrees Right now it's 39 degrees at DFW. From the W B A.
Celebrated Black doctor resigns in protest, alleging racism at Seattle Children's hospital
"The longtime director of Seattle Children's Odessa Brown Clinic, has suddenly resigned. Co most Patrick Quinn reports in the story First reported by Crosscut, Dr Danielson said quote the institution is replete with racism and a disregard for people who don't look like them and leadership. 2017 comes. Molly Shen feature Danielson fighting for expansion to reach more Families of color. Dr. Danielson resignation reportedly comes after two other colleagues. Both people of color also resigned or felt forced out. In a statement to spokesperson for Seattle Children's Hospital, said their board is looking into Daniel since claims and developing a syriza of actions, adding quote as an organization. We are committed to racial equity, diversity and inclusion will also holding ourselves accountable. We plan to show that commitment to our actions and thorough consideration of any claims of racism or bias. Patrick
SpaceX Starlink to go South for first time with planned deployment in Texas
"SpaceX. Well SpaceX darling to go south for the first time with planned deployment in Texas starlings First Southern deployment focuses on students who lack home internet off. They've agreed to provide internet service to 45 families and a Texas school district and early twenty Twenty-One and additional ninety families later on the school districts announced last week the announcement by actor County Independent School District in Odessa, Texas said, it will be the first school district you like SpaceX satellites provide internet for students. The project will initially provide free internet service to 45 families in a pleasant Farm wage. Area of 2nd South Factor County as a network capabilities continue to grow expand to serve an additional 90 Ector County families. So Early 2021 the total cost is $300,000 half of which is being provided by Chiefs or change a non-profit group or School District leaders. According to the Des American families are affected will get to internet service free for one year. It's not clear whether any of the money is going to SpaceX. The school district has some costs as it plans to identify. The families will get the service and faith will take delivery of the necessary equipment to those homes. There's no other word on Southern Us locations yet. Nothing on Northern Us locations either because you know, they said sometime this twenty-twenty we would start seeing beta and the northern part of the United States and and Southern Canada, but they've got six hundred satellites up but nothing yet. I've got no new notifications from starlink.
SpaceX Starlink to go South for first time with planned deployment in Texas, west of Dallas
"Spacex well, space starling to go south for the first time with planned deployment. In Texas, starlings first southern deployment focuses on students who lack home. Internet. They've agreed to provide service to forty five families in Texas School District and early twenty, twenty one and additional ninety families. Later on the school districts announced last week the announcement by Actor County Independent School district in Odessa Texas said, it will be the first school district he lay spacex satellites provide Internet for students. The project will initially provide free Internet service to forty five families and pleasant farms area of Sec south actor county as a network capabilities continue to grow expand his servant additional ninety actor county families. So, Early Twenty twenty, one total cost of three, hundred, thousand dollars, half of which is being provided by chiefs for Change and nonprofit group or school district leaders according to the deaths American families are selected. We'll get to Internet service free for one year. It's not clear whether any of the money's going to spacex the school district has some causes it plans to identify the families will get the service and facilitate delivery of necessary equipment to those homes. There's no other word and southern US locations yet nothing on northern US locations either. Because you know they said some time this twenty twenty, we would start seeing Beta in the northern part of the United States. and. Southern Canada. But They've got six hundred satellites up but nothing yet I've got no new notifications from Starlink.
Interview with Chris-Badgett-LifterLMS
"Like, I gotta figure out this online business thing. I I want to be location independent. I need to I want to make money through the internet. I have this thing for the tech. I get it. I started to realize I can be a good marketer and sales professional I was like, but I need to learn inside of another tech company. So I became a project manager inside of an agency and started dealing with these the expert industry as we know it today and that was who did online courses and like in in yoga or business training and things like that and and as long, Doing that I start my own freelancing business on the side where like all right. I'm going to get my own clients. And then and then when I started over selling what I could deliver I needed to start hiring developers real designers and what when you do in project management, what type of work were you doing? Website so training base membership sites. And sometimes it was built what you actually getting them built. Yeah. See, this is a beauty of Wordpress is somebody like me can come down and be all right. I'll get a membership plug in an e-commerce plug-in. I can start putting this up together. And once I got myself in trouble then I'd call go to Odessa Car up work or wherever and find out a developer to help me get unstuck or actually deliver what the client wanted and that was like the early days of me figuring out like my place in WordPress and not Designer. I'm not adding on the business guy. It took me a while to figure that out. It and so once you understand how to get a customer and you know, what the customer wants it's fairly easy to either do it yourself using the plugins that be familiar with or find somebody else who can make it happen in my right totally.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Honored At The Supreme Court
"To imagine that something can be different and suggesting that Ruth Bader Ginsburg achieved that. Speaking to a rather small group of friends and family and the socially distant times in the Great Hall of the United States. Supreme Court hears Chief Justice John Roberts, Jane Jim, the entire Ginsberg family. On behalf of all the justices, spouses of the justices. The entire Supreme Court family. I offer our help heartfelt condolences. The loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That loss is widely shared. We know that it falls most heavily on the family. Justice Ginsburg's life was one of the many versions of the American dream. Her father was an immigrant from Odessa. Mother was born four months after her family arrived from Poland. Mother later worked as a bookkeeper in Brooklyn. Ruth used to ask What is the difference between a bookkeeper in Brooklyn and a Supreme Court justice? Her answer one generation. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso. It became a rock star instead. But she chose along. Subjected to discrimination in law school and the job market because she was a woman, Ruth would grow to become the leading advocate fighting such discrimination in court. She was not an opera star, but she found her stage right behind me in our courtroom. There. She won famous victories that helped move our nation closer. Equal justice under law. To the extent that women are now a majority in law school's not simply a handful. Later she became a star on the bench. She sat for 27 years. For 183 majority concurring and descending opinions. Will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision. A voice in court and in our conference room was soft. When she spoke, people listened. Among the words that best describe Ruth. Tough, brave fighter a winner but also fought for Careful.
Judge dreadthe fight for Ruth Bader Ginsburgs seat
"On Friday US Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died of cancer at the age of eighty seven. A candlelit vigil was held the following day outside the Supreme Court. Justice. GINSBURG was only the second woman appointed to the Supreme Court after being nominated by Bill Clinton in one thousand, nine hundred. I. In. Solemnly swear he was a champion of women's rights, and later in life she achieved restore status especially among young women. Now her death has set the stage for a divisive battle to replace her on the court. She was born in Brooklyn to an immigrant Father Dad was from Odessa in in Russia and to a first generation mother she was Jewish John. Fascination is the economist Washington correspondent and she was a trailblazer throughout her life. She was one of only nine women among five hundred men at Harvard law school, and when she arrived. Erwin griswold, who was then the Dean asked women in the class to stand up and justify taking a spot that could have gone to a man. She said the reason she took the spot is it was important that she understood her husband's work that would've made her husband Marty last Mardi was tax attorney well known in his own right he predeceased her but they had a famously loving and productive and equal partnership. She had a relentless work ethic in. Twenty five years in the Supreme Court she never missed today she's arrived four bouts of cancer before this fifth one killed her it was only after she got sick that she called by phone to oral arguments. I. Think People often have this idea that Supreme Court justices are sort of Stentorian wizards ready to shout down lawyer who they disagree with justice. GINSBURG was not like that she spoke very slowly very deliberately, which mirrors I think how she wrote and how she argued and how she thought she was meticulous. She was precise she she was not a showy justice. She came onto the court actually considered a moderate. There are a lot of people on the left who were upset when she was appointed because she was considered sort of two centrist. But as the court steadily moved rightward during her tenure, she has found herself the de facto leader of the courts liberal wing. Junk she spent a long time on the court. What did she achieve? Well, she was on the Supreme Court for Twenty seven years, and before that was on the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, which is widely considered the second most important court in America for for thirteen. So she was a judge for forty years I was age sixty when I was nominated in some people thought I was. Too Old for the job. Now I'm into my twenty-seventh starting my twenty-seventh year on the courts on one of the longest tenured. Justices. So if you worried about my age. It was unnecessary. Before that, she argued six cases before the Supreme Court and she was involved with thirty more as the first director of the US women's rights project. The first of those report court cases was in Reid versus Reid for which she wrote a brief arguing against the law in Ohio that preferred men to women in naming executive estates. She won that case in her first oral argument before the Supreme Court. She argued against the military policy that denied many husbands, officers, the same housing and medical benefits that automatically provided officers. Wise. The thinking was that women are somehow inherently more dependent on their husbands and husbands on their wise. Now, in that case, remember she effectively represented the husband she represented family but she represented the shoes argue in favor of the husband's benefits and she austin said that she was not arguing for women's rights she was arguing for the constitutional equality of men and women. Her death is come at a critical time in American politics. It's just six weeks away from the election. So what impact does that have? Well I think it's a little too early to say that definitively. It looks as though both sides are gearing up for battle, but they seem to be quietly circling each other in two thousand sixteen. The Supreme Court is central to Donald Trump's success I think because. There is an open seat in two thousand, Sixteen Justice Antonin Scalia died, and Mitch McConnell who is then the Senate minority leader rather than hold a hearing on Barack Obama's chosen replacement for Justice Scalia whose Merrick Garland he came up with a rationale disguises the principle which was that the causing election was coming up the speech beheld open. So the voters could decide now that had never been done before it was clearly a power play. It was a live sort of issue for Republicans impelled I think a lot of them who otherwise would have held donald trump at arm's length to decide that just had to vote for him this time I. Think Donald Trump is hoping for a similar effect this time, but he also wants to get the filled as quickly as possible. For Democrats donations had started pouring in, they have been pouring all weekend. Democrats seem riled up by this. I think in their view if Donald Trump managed to get a successor onto the court, this'll be the seconds effectively stolen seat right? The I was Neil Gorsuch. who was given the seat that was held open by Mitch McConnell, and the second would be whoever donald trump nominees to replace justice GINSBURG who gets the seat because Mitch McConnell did not follow the principle he set up in two thousand sixteen. John Do you think Senate. Republicans have the numbers to they have the votes to get in trump's nominee through before the election. Well this is the question on everyone's mind. Right so far Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski Republican senators from from Maine Alaska, had said that they will not vote for replacement before November third they have said that the president who wins on November third you choose the replacement now that only gets Democrats to forty nine and they need fifty one because in the case of a tie Mike. Pence cast the tiebreaking vote Lindsey Graham had previously said he would abide by Mitch McConnell's rule from twenty sixteen. He has now gone back on that apparently because he's angry Democrats didn't roll over for Brad Cavanaugh Chuck. Grassley, who's a senator from Iowa has also previously spoken in favor of McConnell's precedent. I, have a very hard time imagining that when push comes to shove, he'll stand by his. Word and so there really is nothing Democrats can do unless they can persuade two other Republicans to come join them, and if they can't persuade those Republicans and tip the balance what happens. Then what are the consequences for the years ahead on American politics? It's clear that what McConnell did in two thousand sixteen was a tremendous violation of norms I think it's not a good principal to. Uphold I think arguing that this is now how Supreme Court seats should be awarded that in an election year, you effectively have to hold the seat open until the end of the election is a bad precedent but I think there's a difference between saying Republicans should be consistent for the sake of consistency and Republicans should follow this principle because that's how court seat should be given out now. From the Democratic Base, there's been a tremendous push to threaten Republicans with repercussions if. Retake. The Senate and the president in that includes making Puerto Rico in Washington DC states, which would effectively at least in the near in medium-term Give Democrats four senators people have also been talking about expanding the court. So the reason they are Nice Ring Court justices is not constitutional legal. It's just a statute. So if they were minded and had a majority had a president who would sign it into law, they put eleven or thirteen justices on the supreme court. The problem with that for Democrats I think is that it sort of shifts the terms. Of the debate that they are now winning I think the way Joe, Biden has pitched. This campaign is on the one hand. You have the sort of chaotic destructive Donald Trump on the other. You have Joe Biden Palm known figure who will get us back to normal. If, he comes out and endorses expanding the court or State of DC in Puerto Rico, which to be clear he has not done. He is actually a opposed expanded from court but if he comes out if Democrats threaten this, then the debate becomes a lot murkier. Then it becomes the radical change that Joe Biden wants to do right take fifty, two states and putting thirteen on Supreme Court against Donald Trump will keep things as are I think that debate does not play out very well for Democrats. John Thank you very much time.