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"one family" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

02:28 min | 2 months ago

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"one family" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

06:01 min | 2 months ago

"one family" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

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Caller Details That 'Life Has Gone on' Not in Fear but Diligence

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 4 months ago

Caller Details That 'Life Has Gone on' Not in Fear but Diligence

"Anyway I was really touched by what you were saying about people that are older and have just gone on with their lives And I just thank God that since March of 20 when the lockdown happened our family was all together We are my husband and I are early 70s We have a mother in her early 90s Oh God bless her And on the weekend of the lockdown the one family went back to Houston The other family stayed here I have 12 grandchildren And over these few the year and year plus now we have just gone about living our lives not in fear but just trying to be diligent about being cautious with one another But in that time we've had that came over for a birthday party in April of 20 had it all outside We've had weddings baby shower funeral Easter two thanksgivings two christmases together in this huge family of 12 grandchildren and now two great grandchildren And my life has gone on in other words Not

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Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 7 months ago

Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan

"And I want to get this in before the end of the program From our Friends at the daily wire Emily zanotti Dozens of California school children are still trapped in Afghanistan And the Biden State Department is mom At least 41 elementary school students from the San Juan unified school district remained trapped in Afghanistan the Sacramento bee reported And getting them out as proving an impossible task Though representative Daryl Issa Republican California says it is continually pressing the Biden administration and their State Department at apartment of Homeland Security to assist in their rescue 41 schoolchildren San Juan unified school district officials last week said 41 students were trapped in Afghanistan a sharp increase from the two dozen or so the district of previously identified The 41 kids three were evacuated over the weekend from the war torn country but remain overseas Sacramento said a unified officials last week said 8 students are straining in Afghanistan initially they identified just one family who the bee interviewed attendance records at the school has progressed showed more students were missing in staff trace their whereabouts to Afghanistan Officials of baker elementary school in the San Juan district say they're trying to cobble together a rescue mission As our officials are nearby sacrament why the hell is it the FBI involved in this Why is the hell isn't the Department of Justice involved in this They're worried about students

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"one family" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"one family" Discussed on The Daily

"In the ponds themselves and every day on their the fire is getting closer and closer gets cozy. Do you want me to get your toothbrush and your stuff from the bathroom..

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

"So i think if we're going back to the mountain metaphor it's an imperfect bene- for but if we are going to indulge it for helen their time she's definitely down the mountain but times that she's very open about being right back up at the top again feeling depressed and laws. We know that mcilvaine almost chooses to stay at the top although he comes down from time to time but if there was any hope of them getting down there really going to have to follow jeff was aloneness not totally but my parents were in the similar situation. There are both parents they had a. I was twenty two years old about to start my life. And i remember feeling like i felt a responsibility not die so bobby died when jeff was so young that jeff who is very self deprecating and who you could mistake for being just kind of an average joe because that's how he likes to present himself he's not. He is so psychologically astute and so perceptive ridiculously so and very funny. So why's he told me that. The day he found out that his brother died. He made a conscious decision that he had to lead a rich and full and rewarding life. I remember thinking that like on the first day. I can't let this ruin me. 'cause then what would he think manage if he knew the. My parents and my brother never able to recover from that. How bad that made him feel. You know it was almost a promise. He made to bobby in his head that he was going to leave this beautiful fulfilling life throughout this whole process. I said the only person i can really talk to about. This is bobby. He's dead but how can you make good on that. Promise when you're grieving this tragedy that the nation and the media will never let you forget. Bobby dying on september eleventh. You couldn't get like a bigger version of death you know and i think it's slowed things. It was extended period of shock. Because there were times where if you sat here and having talk i wouldn't cry. I just couldn't do it. Because i think my brain and from what i understand. I've read a lot about it and talk therapist. Your brain can only handle so much. So i would just not be able to access these feelings so people would ask me how you're doing and i'm like i feel like i'm doing fine. The problem is that everyone was traumatized by september. Eleventh biggest pet peeve of and people still do this this day is you'd tell them about your brother and then they'd sell you the story about their experience with september eleventh. And then they go. We were worried and we couldn't get a hold of my one son and everybody in the and then we've got hold of aside in our experience was a little bit. I appreciate but like i don't understand why they think i'm gonna gonna thank you for for sharing that. They wanted to be a part of it. And that was part of the whole thing started keeping people i think he just learned to not talk about it and he learned to stifle his grief a lot like helen and the only way that you could really feel his grief in the beginning. Where if you drank. It was easier to hit himself and i remember talking to my therapist about this. I was like i. Sometimes i get drunk. So i it it takes away the buyers. I tried to get a hold of these feelings. But you can't it doesn't let you but drinking is a young man strategy. It's obviously not going to serve you. Well as you get older. And jeff got older and he became more mature.

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"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

"Out of your while. Bob senior traveled the world. Every day about his son's death his wife. Helen and son jeff or making their own individual ways down the mountain. How after the breaking news.

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

"This. Bob concluded that there must have been some explosion. The building the balloon backward. Bobby die from the detonation in the lobby. Before the wealthy he ever knew heating chance.

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

03:26 min | 8 months ago

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

"Is one the thousands of people who lost someone. They love on september eleventh. Two thousand one twenty years ago now. Big brother bobby. Mcilvaine died that day in new york city at the age of twenty six. He was like reaching out insane. I want to show you my office and was specifically onto the because it was the last.

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"one family" Discussed on The Experiment

"Is one the thousands of people who lost someone. They love on september eleventh. Two thousand one twenty years ago now. Big brother bobby. Mcilvaine died that day in new york city at the age of twenty six. He was like reaching out insane. I want to show you my office and was specifically onto the because it was the last time i saw. He told this story to atlantic staff writer jennifer senior. Who wrote about the mcilveen for the atlantic magazine. How did this story come into your life. Well i mean the most obvious way it came into my life is that i knew bobby mcilvaine. He was my brother's roommate in college. He was my brother's roommate in new york city. When they were young then starting out. I would visit my brother at princeton. Bobby would be there and he would. Just be ridiculously precocious charming. He wanted to be a writer. But one of the things that bob learned early in his life in publishing is that a lot of people in publishing came from upper middle class families. They had cushions of money beneath their toes. And bobby's family didn't have that kind of money and bobby knew. He wanted to make a living and so he went into corporate. Pr after two years of being in book publishing. And that's how bobby ended up working for merrill lynch and going to work conference on one of the top floors of the north building of the world trade center on the morning of september eleventh. I went down had coffee and was going over my work like many americans on that morning. Bobby's mom. Helen was starting workday as a teacher and they had the tv set on in every classroom. And i my knees buckled and light. I had to be helped. Bobby's dad bob senior. Also a teacher at the time was also at work. It was on tv. I call home. Of course i try to bobby. We get colon now. The phone was ringing. No one could reach bobby. His parents is friends his girlfriend or his brother. Jeff

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What 9/11 Did to One Family

The Experiment

02:29 min | 8 months ago

What 9/11 Did to One Family

"Is one the thousands of people who lost someone. They love on september eleventh. Two thousand one twenty years ago now. Big brother bobby. Mcilvaine died that day in new york city at the age of twenty six. He was like reaching out insane. I want to show you my office and was specifically onto the because it was the last time i saw. He told this story to atlantic staff writer jennifer senior. Who wrote about the mcilveen for the atlantic magazine. How did this story come into your life. Well i mean the most obvious way it came into my life is that i knew bobby mcilvaine. He was my brother's roommate in college. He was my brother's roommate in new york city. When they were young then starting out. I would visit my brother at princeton. Bobby would be there and he would. Just be ridiculously precocious charming. He wanted to be a writer. But one of the things that bob learned early in his life in publishing is that a lot of people in publishing came from upper middle class families. They had cushions of money beneath their toes. And bobby's family didn't have that kind of money and bobby knew. He wanted to make a living and so he went into corporate. Pr after two years of being in book publishing. And that's how bobby ended up working for merrill lynch and going to work conference on one of the top floors of the north building of the world trade center on the morning of september eleventh. I went down had coffee and was going over my work like many americans on that morning. Bobby's mom. Helen was starting workday as a teacher and they had the tv set on in every classroom. And i my knees buckled and light. I had to be helped. Bobby's dad bob senior. Also a teacher at the time was also at work. It was on tv. I call home. Of course i try to bobby. We get colon now. The phone was ringing. No one could reach bobby. His parents is friends his girlfriend or his brother. Jeff

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Death Toll Rises in Northeast After Ida Remnants Drench Region

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Death Toll Rises in Northeast After Ida Remnants Drench Region

"Hurricane ida has killed at least fifty nine people across the us this week at least forty. Six of those deaths happened in the northeast. npr's jasmine gars reports the remnants of the hurricane in that region caused widespread destruction. New york subway system came to a slow start yesterday in other parts of the region like southern new jersey and pennsylvania were tornadoes leveled dozens of houses. Recovery will be slower while touring the damage new york city governor. Kathy hogan said it's time to accept climate change and storms like ida as a reality and strengthen infrastructure like the drainage and transportation system but the death toll in new york city has also highlighted the issue of precarious housing. Several of the deaths occurred in basement. Apartments in at least one family who drowned was living in unapproved

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California Family Believed Stranded in Afghanistan

KOGO's Evening News

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

California Family Believed Stranded in Afghanistan

"Made things official today keeping my word of all of my heart. I believe this is the right decision. A wise decision and the best decision for America. Officially the last U. S troops left yesterday, the Cajon Valley Union School District and now say that one of the families from East County trapped in Afghanistan is still waiting to be rescued. They think Congressman Darrell Ice on the others will help get the other families out safely. Says one family with three of these students in the Cajon Valley Union School district didn't make it out of the country. As the evacuations ended,

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Q&A: How to become a travel agent?

Side Hustle School

02:23 min | 9 months ago

Q&A: How to become a travel agent?

"I was a kid and my parents took us on vacation. They used a travel agent but flight. I know it's such an outdated idea but So people these days just go online and book things themselves but it looks like travel agents still exist especially to help people plan more trips and excursions as well as for luxury hotel bookings where agents still earn a commission and have access to the perks that a normal traveler doesn't get so. I'm wondering if you can let me know how i break into this market. Do i need to get certified and do you know what the earning potentials are looking forward to hear your thoughts on this by. I remember the same thing with my parents I grew up into families that were on opposite sides of the country Sometimes one family was out of the country. So i did a lot of flying back and forth for summers and holidays and such and at least a few times i remember going with my mom or my dad to the travel agency to book my tickets or even even to learn about options which i know a lot of our listeners are like oh my god i can't imagine a world like that and i can't imagine a world like that either. You know the internet is so much better But travel agents as susan said in susan. Thank you for the question. They do remain helpful for exactly what she mentioned. luxury trips. Specialized tours upscale hotel stays less over basic airfare since that's not usually commission -able anymore so traditional travel agents have largely gone out of business or at least they've had to evolve in some way because they don't get paid very well by the airlines airlines kind of figured out. We don't have to pay them so much. But there are other options as mentioned so susan asked about certification. It's not actually required as a travel agent. There are several different bodies fit offer certification. It's probably a good step in terms of your social proof to have something so if you look at the travel institute dot com also international travel institute dot com which appear to be two different business slash certification companies. I do think there companies more than organizations which tells you a bit But at least for one of them you can pay four hundred and fifty dollars. Then you become a certified travel associate

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Cleveland Indians' Name Changed to Guardians

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 10 months ago

Cleveland Indians' Name Changed to Guardians

"With a name change for our own NFL team. Now there's about to be a new name for Cleveland's Major League baseball team. The team has been the Indians since 1915. Together We are all Cleveland guardians. The new name was revealed in a video narrated by Tom Hanks. The change was triggered by a national reckoning by teams and institutions to permanently dropped logos and names considered. Racist, and now it's time to unite as one family one community to build the next era for this team in this city to keep watch and guard what makes this game the greatest three years ago, the Indians stop wearing their chief Wahoo logo on their jerseys and caps, not far from the team's ballpark on a bridge over the Kaya Hoga River are too large, Landmark stone edifice is referred to as guardians. I'm Ed Donahue more in sports with

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Cleveland's Baseball Team Goes From Indians to Guardians

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Cleveland's Baseball Team Goes From Indians to Guardians

"There is a new name for Cleveland's Major League Baseball team the team has been the Indians since nineteen fifteen gather we are all Cleveland guard the new name was revealed in a video narrated by Tom Hanks the change was triggered by a national reckoning by teams and institutions to permanently drop logo's and names considered racist and now it's time do you rate as one family one community to build the next area for this team and this city to keep watch and guard what makes this game the greatest three years ago the Indian stop wearing their chief Wahoo logo on their jerseys and caps not far from the team's ballpark on a bridge over the Cuyahoga river are too large landmark stone edifices referred to as guardians I met Donahue

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Family Finds Hopeful Message at Florida Building Collapse Site

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Family Finds Hopeful Message at Florida Building Collapse Site

"One family in Surfside Florida has found some comfort while the search continues for their grandmother Miami resident Mike Noriega is on the scene of the collapse condo building where his ninety two year old grandmother Hilda lived on the sixth floor it was so hard to process because it was like something that's you're supposed to see in a movie but you're never supposed to see in reality amazingly he found a birthday card that was sent to his grandmother flying in the debris I mean what are the chances that that would happen I just feel like it's the gods with comforting us to say either way whatever happened with your grandmother she's okay I'm Shelley Adler

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Plague of Ravenous, Destructive Mice Tormenting Australians

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Plague of Ravenous, Destructive Mice Tormenting Australians

"Farmers on bonus tracks of land in Australia's New South Wales being threatened by a mouse plague that to the state government describes as absolutely unprecedented on the toppled in large numbers of my scatter just how many millions of residents have infested the agricultural planes across the state is guess work at night the fools of sheds vanished between carpets a scampering mice seating this come alive with the sound of scratching one family has blamed mice chewing electrical wires for the house burning down agricultural minister Adam Marshall said this month the state is facing an absolute economic and social crisis however most plagues historically appear from nowhere on often vanish just as fast I'm Charles collect as much

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"one family" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"one family" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Scary. You know we want you to be protected. Somedays i like. I made a schedule. On mondays thursdays and fridays. I go into the boys' or men's bathroom end on tuesday wednesday and saturday go into the women's bathroom on sunday. Just go toward every bathrooms to my right really. I don't think i knew the sunday raw. That's pretty amazing..

How Indigenous People Are Promoting and Learning Their Languages

Unreserved

02:31 min | 1 year ago

How Indigenous People Are Promoting and Learning Their Languages

"For many people trying to learn a language is all about immersing yourself in one family and ontario has challenged themselves to make their home and free zone and are trying to stick to finish. Nabi mohan exclusively. They're sharing their experience. A new podcast called n weighing our sound much. Go go up and this is. My husband was all over new here. We will be talking about stories challenges triumphant as we share our experiences. Our the five. That's the intro to new podcast. By and wife were trying to raise their three year old daughter and one year old son entirely without english. But mom most could grab could quit. Didn't grow up. Speaking in snobby mohan. She actually studied german university and was living in austria when she felt a deep longing to learn about her own culture. The best way. I could describe it was it felt like someone was holding silly putty from here and i was all the way over in austria and i could just feel like that tiny tiny little strand was was still there and i i needed to go back and and kindle let fire so most could could quay came back to turtle island and began studying an nabi mohan. She spoke with cbc's k. To dak about how falling in love with her language transformed her family and created a home. Her kids speak sounds that she says were always meant to be. There's when i began learning the language and the breakdowns and the roots of who we are and what that meant. I felt that piece. I felt like that but missing piece was was filled in and i could kind of move forward in life and move in a direction. Finally i wasn't wandering around trying to find that anymore when i began learning initiative win It's a language that is alive. it's a spirit and itself. And i don't really know how else to describe that other than you can have a relationship with it and in a relationship. That has a two way street. And i'm trying not to get emotional because it's just so beautiful to me because like i fell in love with it. It gives me a chance to connect with those at our. I've gone like long before but still walk with me. And these are there ways and they held it and carried it and protected it for so long for me and for my children to have. I just feel like it's the most beautiful gift you ever give. Somebody

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Bo, the Obama's Family Dog, Dies of Cancer

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Bo, the Obama's Family Dog, Dies of Cancer

"Has died after a battle with cancer in a statement, the former first family says they'll Miss Bo dearly, but are thankful that he lived such a joyful life. They're asking everyone toe Hug the furry members of their family a little closer tonight and give them belly rubs from us.

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Biden's Dog Major to Get More Training After Two Nipping Incidents

WBZ Midday News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Biden's Dog Major to Get More Training After Two Nipping Incidents

"For one of President Biden's dogs After some high profile incidents we get details from CBS is Matt Piper, President Biden's younger dog Major is set to receive more training to help him become more acquainted with living in the White House. First lady Jill Biden's office says majors private training is set to take place off site. In the Washington D C area and is expected to last a few weeks. The three year old German shepherd rescue along with champ the first family's older dog, joined the president and first lady at the White House soon after the inauguration. But major has not adjusted so well, causing a minor injury to someone in early March that nipping someone later in the month. Back

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6 People Killed In Apparent Murder-Suicide at Dallas Home

Rick Roberts

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

6 People Killed In Apparent Murder-Suicide at Dallas Home

"Members of one family have died. That's following an apparent suicide murder in Alan Sergeant John Felt E with the Alan Police Department says that the family was found dead in the 1500 block of Pine Bluff drive. That's after the police responded to a call of a possible suicidal person. So you had two brothers, a sister. Two parents and a grandmother do all recited together and the residents now based on evidence they found online. Police believe it's possible the two brothers killed her family before they killed themselves

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Will they take our Guns?

Talks with Chepe

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Will they take our Guns?

"Right so. I was thinking of the episode. We're gonna do the myth fact debunking the guy the gun. Lobby's favorite talking points because listen every time there's a mass shooting we always get the same you know same. Bs oh we're gonna we're gonna try to pass a law. Try to pass them temple reform from the left and then the right conseillers the trend. They're trying to they're trying to gones you know and i get it. It can look that way because these measures are you know trying to ban assault rifles from a ban certain type of ammo band bump stocks. Hold all these different things in. It can be a lot for somebody to understand or digest or to even think about when it comes majority was don't even have guns so it doesn't even come to our thoughts like oh let me by gun but it has been more and more common especially nowadays with the craziness. Going around people. Being tapped will being killed the pandemic. It's like the perfect storm in regards to what to do for guns and gun lobbying gun control so that being said let's dive right into it. The biggest myth is only a gun. Makes you safer. The fact is only in gun puts you at a higher and high in risk for gun violence. The nra often argues that the united states is a dangerous place in that owning and carrying a gun is the only way to protect oneself and one's family which i mean it logically when he say it makes sense. Somebody who really burst in topic would be like. Oh well that's logical. But numerous studies have found that gun ownership increases the risk of both gun related homicides and suicides. That's that's you know. Let's think about that for a second obviously can be somewhat true because there's people who are really unstable in regards to mental help. A lot of states. Luckily new york is one of the states in regards to the strictest gun control laws but a lot of days as a matter of showing up going. I d doing background check within a couple of days. You've got a lot of on mental siebel things going on and i'm going to touch bit guns in their homes particularly dangerous for victims of domestic violence. The presents were going in a home with the history of domestic violence increases the risks that a woman will be killed by five hundred percent guns intended for self are calmly and fatal accidents. Studies have shown that across states higher lows of gun ownership are linked to the higher rates of unintentional firearm. Deaths

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George Floyd family reach $27m civil lawsuit settlement

WGN Programming

05:52 min | 1 year ago

George Floyd family reach $27m civil lawsuit settlement

"The Minneapolis City Council approved $27 million civil settlement with the family of George Floyd over the man's death in police custody last year. And with us to discuss the settlement is one of Floyd family attorneys Tony Rooney tree from the Chicago law firm of Roman UCI and Bland and hi, Tony. Thank you for joining us. How are you? Good afternoon, Karen. I'm doing well. Hope you're well, too. Now. What family members do you represent? So first of all, we are. We represent the trustee in the case. The trustee was appointed as as the main plaintiff, somebody who oversees the litigation. And then, of course, we represented all of the next of kin. Except for one family member s o. We represented well over 10 next of kin in this family, okay? And where? How does it How does a settlement like this? Get negotiate? I mean, this was probably a very unusual situation because of the high profile nature of what was going on. But can you just give our listeners just a view from a legal standpoint? From a lawyer's standpoint in a case like this? How do you broach the topic? And who are you speaking with? Well, it's a very high level question, Karen. There's so much that goes into the settlement of the case like this, But I can tell you that it was a very long Protracted negotiation it involved Literally dozens of meetings between the lawyers, the people in Minneapolis Account was letters and emails and phone calls and sit down and and it takes a long time. They were very protracted, long, difficult negotiations. But it is very typical in these sort of negotiations. Once it happens, it happens very quickly. It's like all of a sudden someone just lifts up the door to that dam, and the water comes gushing out and it's over. S o. You know, we knew that we had settled the case with Minneapolis about 10 days ago, but it had to be kept confidential for so many reasons and I have to hand it Not only the legal team but also the Floyd family members for for keeping this very tightly wrapped, keeping the bow on it until it was ready to be released to the public, which was on Friday. So where does the money come from? The $27 Million in settlement is that come from the police department, the city or is their insurance money for this type of thing? It's very typical and municipalities is that municipalities have control over police departments. And when I say that is that they control their budgets. For example, in Chicago. Um you know, the Chicago Police Department budget is close to $2 billion per year that comes out of city of Chicago Department of Finance right to do. And the same thing in Minneapolis, except their budget is under 200 million. It's a much smaller budget. It's 1/10 the size of that of Chicago's And in the Minneapolis City budget is somewhere around a billion dollars. Now Minneapolis is different than Chicago in that they are considered a very, very Good credit risk. They haven't aid on a plus credit rating and they've been very fiscally responsible over the years, so they actually had the money for this. This will all be self insured money. And Minneapolis has assured that taxpayers that not one cent of this will be taxed back to its citizens. Now I'm going to take the devil's advocate here. And there are people when I've heard them. I've heard them on the streets saying, Yeah, the police were wrong. In this case. It was really a horrible thing. No one deserves to die. But what about all this money? Does this family deserve it? And is this the right thing to do? Well, how do you respond to that? There's no question Karen and you know, Look, it's a fair question, because you know, we have to play doubles advocate. We have to hear both sides. Let me say this. And I've said this, You know, I said this yesterday to somebody else, too. You know, we saw that video. Everybody has seen that video. Everybody now knows George Floyd. Was tortured and executed on the Minneapolis City street for close to nine minutes. They saw what he went through, but I will tell you I've been with this family. I can't not even tell you on how many countless occasions And they are they are tortured every day. All of them they all feel their own personal sense of torture, knowing that one of their dear loved ones was brutally slaughtered. Ministry like this. Nobody got the chance to say goodbye to him. Nobody had the chance to comfort him. This man died. His last breathing words were Mama. And it's It's beyond beyond sad that this is really this is what the definition of tragic is. So is $27 million. A lot of money. Yes, it is. It is. However, when you consider first of all the number of family members who are going to be a part of this settlement And the torture that they will undergo and that they have undergone every day. This is this is how our Seventh Amendment works. This is how civil justice works. It works by making people hold and compensating them.

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Major Biden: From the White House to the dog house?

The Situation with Michael Brown

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Major Biden: From the White House to the dog house?

"House press secretary Jen Psaki confirms a report that's one of President Biden's dog's injured someone at the White House on Monday. The first family's younger dog Major was surprised by an unfamiliar person and we're acted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual, which was handled by the White House medical unit with no further treatment needed. The dogs were sent to Delaware to be cared for by family friends, while the first lady is traveling this week,

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Biden dogs temporarily moved from White House after incident

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Biden dogs temporarily moved from White House after incident

"Over the past couple of days about President Biden's dogs. Champ and major, of course, the two German shepherds the rescue dogs will reports earlier this week said they had to be sent to Delaware after abiding incident, White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirming today the incident involved major who apparently caused a minor injury to somebody. On Monday. The first family's younger dog major Was surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual, which was handled by the White House Medical unit. With no further treatment needed now, sake says the pups being sent to the bottom home in Delaware was not just because of this incident, she says. Considering first lady Dr Jill Biden has been traveling this week to military bases. There was already a plan in place for the dogs to be cared for in Delaware by family friends. And she says both major and champ are coming back to the White House. Soon. Also

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"one family" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"one family" Discussed on The Bible Project

"A beautiful theme in that this idea of every human represented in all these different nations tribes and tongues are part of the image of god. Yeah we're all in the family of god. But if someone say john put together some thoughts on the family of god the thing i would immediately be thinking about is the very select few i see. Yeah get to be in the family of god and not starting with the sense of. Hey look gods. God's desires for every every nation. Yeah yeah so the biblical story begins with this. Really expanded unified. View of the human family scott's image when that fractures laser focus in on one particular family. And you think <hes>. Oh god favors just one family just like god favored one brother abel instead of kane. Then you know. God comes and address kane kane. It's not over between you and me. Thank you know you're struggling here but let's pass this and things will go great. There will be good. That's what he says. There will be good if you do. What is right you do. Yeah if you do good there will be exaltation for you to kane and so there's a similar dynamic at work. The family of abraham is chosen not just to go to heaven when they die with their chosen is the vehicle. Got the blessing to all of the other non chosen families and then they do a worse or better job from generation to generation at that. What you also see is that the chosen family is not morally superior in any way to the non chosen and the flip side that it's often among the non chosen families that god raises up heroes and deliverers for the chosen family. So it really messes with your sense of is a story with good people and bad people and emphatically no. It's a story about humans. Yeah but that doesn't erase the faculty. God does choose one and commit himself to working through that one family even though they don't deserve it and even though there's a lot better people outside that family. Yeah it's really. It's an amazing story in from that perspective isn't it. I think another thing that has surprised me a little bit you know. I grew up with the bible. And so i grew up understanding this idea of every tongue tribe nation especially from joko culture. Sure where you know going out like it's missionary. Yeah right and and and making sure that everyone from all these different nations can hear about jesus but for me. I think i just thought of it is just like this. It's some sort of finish line where jesus can come back. And everything can be restored. And he'll do that. Yeah but he'll bring unity to the nation and and so what didn't click was the unity between the nations like the that the reason why every nation needs to be included is four unity. It was just some other arbitrary. Finish line think of interest. Then we get there then. Jeez come back and everything be good and and maybe it was like so everyone has a chance or something like that but but this idea of the unity of the nation's being so important yes so this idea of unity amongst the nation. Yeah being so important to the bible and even and we end there in in the revelation. Yeah and as we're going to see today. We're going to hang out in paul's letters a little bit more for paul. It's not just <hes>. This is the implication or a consequence that follows from what jesus did. It's actually basic to the message of the gospel for paul this unity of humans across these boundary lines outside the community. Jesus there's all these boundary lines. He's going to name some gender ethnicity. Your national identity your socioeconomic identity and most communities are stratified and divide it up along those lines and for paul. It's basic not just. It's not just a consequence of of the good news about jesus those bound reliance should be transcended for him. It's it's basic to the message. The message doesn't mean what it means if there isn't a community of people doing this alongside their message of the gospel and what is the gospel. It's the jesus is the crucified risen king of all nations and if his people are divided as everywhere else then. They're not actually demonstrating their allegiance to universal king. I think that's why pockets so riled up when these issues are on the line

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"one family" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

Quick News Daily Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"one family" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

"So there are apparently two sections of these criminal referrals. The first part was people who were suspected of making false statements and that included Bannon. Clovis same clovis was a co-chair of the trump campaign apparently in two, thousand, sixteen and Prince who is a a private security contractor you might know him from running blackwater. Just not a great group, not a great guy, the second section that includes trump junior and Kushner deals with concerns about their testimony but it didn't go all the way to making a false statements allegation. It just means they want department of Justice to look into it. Usually, this would be like insane news while it is insane news, but like huge news but so far not too much is being made about it. Also in a normal administration, these would be followed up on in Kushner wouldn't have his security clearance still. Who knows what he's doing with that but again, these were referred to last year when Bill Barham was attorney general. So no wonder they didn't go anywhere. I guess just quickly Donald Trump is out this morning railing on goodyear tyres because the announced a ban on Maga hats apparently so Yeah, he's telling people don't buy goodyear tyres get better tires for far less. This is what the radical left Democrats due to play the same game and we have to start playing it. Now, you're talking about this whole one canceled contra thing. Honestly, Republicans have been doing it for years remember when they were out night smashing their keurigs and cutting poulter Nike stuff already purchased in out buying Goya beans and the there. There's just so much so much going on over there. But yeah, that's that's the president on twitter today otherwise that's it for the news I guess I just WanNa, make sure that everyone who's listening is subscribed to Quick News daily. That way you never miss an episode you don't have to keep searching for the show they automatically show up whenever there's a new show that comes out. So whether it's subscribe or add to your collection, whatever it may be make sure you're doing that. So really truly never miss an episode, some more exciting news. The show is now on Pandora. It took a long time to get approved, but we finally made it. So if you like Pandora than spotify or apple podcasts or something like that, there you go. Just search for Quick News daily. Alright. So as we go out I'm going to play something from Monday from the Democratic Convention on Monday, it's a story about this woman's father and It's pretty jarring. So we'll end on that otherwise stay safe make your plan to vote Philo your census in Dossey right back here tomorrow. Chris Dinner Key Steph. I'm one of the many who has lost a loved one to cove Ed. My Dad Mark Anthony or Keesa should be here today. But he isn't. He had faith in Donald Trump. He voted for him listen to him believed him and his mouthpieces when they said that corona virus was under control and going to. That, it was okay to end social distancing rolls before it was safe. That, if you had no underlying health conditions, you'd probably be fine. So in late May after the stay at home order was lifted in Arizona. My Dad went to a karaoke bar with his friends a few weeks. Later he was put on a ventilator and after five agonizing days he died alone. In the ICU with a nurse holding his hand. My Dad was a healthy sixty, five year old his only pre existing condition was trusting Donald Trump, and for that he paid with his life..

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"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

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"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Coming up the hill Linski family faces an agonizing decision about Ryan's future and football at ESPN daily? We tell the stories of the world's greatest teams coaches bill championship teams with players uniquely qualified for their roles. That's why you need indeed for Your Business. Indeed provides tools like skills tests to help candidates. Show the perfect hire for you post a job at indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily and try skills tests for free that's indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily terms conditions and exclusions apply Jen what strikes me about. This story is the huskies just had this terrible revelation that that their son Tyler was suffering from the initial stages of C. T.. Meanwhile their youngest son Ryan was a high school senior in California is about to play quarterback for his school's football team. And I think Meena that detailed is what drew us to the whole Linski story because it wasn't so cut and dry. They also have a younger anger child. Who is still not only so involved in the sport but he's incredibly talented? He's exceptional add it. He's one of the top quarterback recruits in the country. We gave him every single fact. We could ever civil opinion. We heard we had him meet with people. There's so many good things that that come out of playing football and play sport and we had this big argument pros cons. Everything laid out right your brother rather had. Td Do you WANNA keep playing. Football Ryan struggled with this question as well I went through all of it. It scared me a little bit. I oh I thought to myself well. It's got some risk. Of course you know. Do I really want to do that. Kim tells us the story of how when Ryan was still lil debating whether or not to continue in the Sport Ryan Who's being recruited by a number of se schools. We took something that we call the. Sec Road trip. We started out at Ole Miss. We went over to Georgia Tennessee. He was sleep in the back while mark. Can I cry in the front seats. We needed to support him and we did talking at a family that was so deeply invested in football football the sense of normalcy that football provided for them actually served as a Cathartic distraction for what they were dealing with. With regards. Guard to Tyler's death would may mean tyler happiest now is football when going onto that field on a Friday Saturday tonight we wrap and so he felt lake. It would be impossible to sacrifice that going forward. Lord that's a very human reaction to Kinda crave those spaces where we feel closest to people that we've lost and there was no place where he felt his brother than on the football field. So after Tyler's death Ryan's still in high school is going into senior senior year and he's decided to continue playing. What was it like when he stepped on a football field for the first time it was emotional it was moving? When he threw the first touchdown of the season? He says he broke down. Just lost I just started crying. I had broke down the sense tyler. In past I had truly cried since he had passed. And I think when I was on the field that night threw that touchdown tyler is like hey you like you can you can let it out. You're okay do you see in the video him breakdown. Come to the sideline mark and Cam and Ryan are in an embrace and you just feel for this family who from January to August. When they're first starting football again they've just just been through the wringer.

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"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"And telling me that there was no longer with us. I remember thinking it's not true I don't even how how's it. He possible and I I lost it after that a little bit. I am and remember not being able to breathe. I don't really want to believe there. Were no drugs or substances in tyler system in fact when they a scrubbed his phone there was no indication that he had been looking into self harm methods until the morning that he actually shot himself. There was incomprehensible. There's zero chance tyler could have done this and you start replaying it in dealing with the fact that he did you know. How long was he? Sick how long was he hurting. How crime self to sleep every night? Every time am I picked him up. He was so happy he was so excited. Rabi for the car pulled up. Was He going. Okay okay okay okay okay. Picks mile big smile. He did leave a suicide note. The family has kept the specific contents of that to themselves elves but they tell us that it offered no clues as to why he felt the need to take his own life. I thought to myself my son killed himself. He couldn't have been in his a healthy mind. Something had to be wrong. I will point. Does the family decided in their quest for answers to look at his brain immediately. There's just this desperate craving of information. One of the decisions we had to make was agreeing to have tyler's brains sent to the Mayo Clinic Clinic and of course that was an absolute. Yes you know. Of course we WANNA have his his brain autopsied. We got the results and the letter described totters having stage one. C. T. E. C.. T. The the brain disease this caused by repeated head trauma that's correct and then to find out that a sport that my son's loved may have contributed to him having C.. T. Just it just rips. This is a family who when presented with the fact that their middle son had stage one. CT Ward over research. Spoke spoke to every professional expert. People who are in that field trying to make a connection between the stage one. CTE that Tyler did show on his brain and the fact that he died by suicide and they had had a very difficult time finding conclusive evidence that there was a causation there. It's not clear at all that CD had something to do with. Our staff could have affected. Sure we can't definitively really say either way my question today still Kim less so but is why what happened. Why is he gone? And and nobody knows that but tyler. Mark shares with us just heartbreaking recollection. Where he's trying to make sense of this whole thing and he says I know this wouldn't of it wouldn't have hurt? His brothers were a mom.

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"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"one family" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Role in this families. Recovery and healing. ESPN's Jen Lada. Recently interviewed the whole Linski family for east sixty. They're a football family. Mark the the father of the family as an entrepreneur and Kim. The their mother is a lawyer but their family was always drawn to sports. They have three boys Kelly Tyler alert and Ryan who all played sports as kids and Kelly naturally gravitated to the quarterback position and as is often the case with siblings than Tyler earlier gravitated to that position as well and then Ryan did as well. Tell me about Tyler Linski. What was he like when we talked to mark and Kim Linski they described Tyler as a very happy child really not challenging not difficult kind of go with the flow? How did they get along? Best friends are you guys. POWs tells why but rather a really good athlete all around a leader on his high school football team. There's Word I use I. I called Alta Gamer. Hewitt's describe tyler. But he always had this way of winning. Highly recruited decides to go to Washington State No expectation of being the starter right away there and then the team struggling a little bit and they go to Tyler Alinsky she. Who is the backup quarterback? What now is a new quarterback brothers? Tyler Steve Redshirt sophomore from Claremont California so so that was September two thousand seventeen in pullman Washington. It's actually this incredible game versus Boise State. Kim Tyler's mom was in the stands hands watching it and I remember mark texting me and asking me. What's he doing? Looks like he's going in on my gosh. It was on national television Washington. It was down Boise State. Leads by three sucks doubts they were able to come back to push it to overtime. The US led Washington State Back Tyler. Who Alinsky is leading the charge? Out there touchdown to wooded village has has time slowed down. What's the state has in the cloud? Storms the field and tyler is lifted up on their shoulders and it just looks like the epitome of what any collegiate player would hope for. I mean she I was just playing football out there It's drowned by great group of guys just told me that faith in me. I was ready to do my job from the outside. It kind of looks like Thailand ski at this point. Has It all right. Yeah I think it really. He does especially when you're looking at somebody peripherally and we do this a lot with with athletes where we think because they're having an enormous amount of success it means that they are supremely namely fulfil. They're just happy in their space. But it's startling how soon all of this starts to unravel After that point tyler starts in two more games including a blowout loss in her bowl game. What happened next January sixteenth? Two thousand eighteen he was back on campus in pullman and the team had gathered for an off season workout and tyler. Helen's he wasn't there and that was unusual for tyler because he was reliable he was the guy that people turn to the guy who bring other people into his success so uh that immediately set off alarm bells for people in the program. They reached out to mark and Kim Husky to let them know that Tyler hadn't shown up and his parents. Parents had the same reaction that that was unusual that that wasn't like tyler who said Hey Toes Times practice today. That's my miss mispractice. Woody mean as he heard the next thing came out was hey. We're doing a wellness check on his apartment. Violent Missing Persons Report. You too of his teammates then went to the door of his old apartment ended up kicking down the door and when they searched the apartment. That's when they found tyler who Lindsey's body in one of the closets tyler. Head shot himself with a gun that he had stolen from a friend. A few days prior.

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"one family" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"one family" Discussed on PRI's The World

"You're gonna infect twelve to eighteen of them it it's remarkable. And so to contain it you have to have those vaccination rates high and Ukraine had trouble recovering the began to recover from the anti vaccine sentiments slowly up till about twenty thirteen then a revolution and a war intervened. The government became paralyzed at fail to order measles vaccine. And so by twenty sixteen it was just a an epidemic. Waiting to happen. Maizels in Ukraine is a problem for the rest of the world. What's a connection between people from the US making a religious pilgrimage Ukraine last fall. Well, actually, it was mainly I believe people from Israel. Tens of thousands of orthodox men travelling to Mon a Ukrainian city where there's the grave of a famous father of Hasidic jewelry, and they took the disease with them back then to Israel and thence it spread to Brooklyn and Rockland county in New York separately. Early. It's believed that a trip to Ukraine seeded the epidemic that or the outbreak rather that occurred in western Washington state this year, which fortunately, it looks like has finally been contained. Yes, then the question is how hard is it to ensure herd immunity when the whole planet is so connected in porous it's difficult and a lot of the global south. The issue is not vaccine resistance vaccine has a tendency it's poor infrastructure, and poverty, keeping lots of kids particularly from being vaccinated, but in Europe, and in particularly crane, and then I'm sorry to say been spots in the United States vaccine with futile that has become the issue the World Health Organization declared vaccine hesitancy, a top ten global health priority for twenty nineteen it's on that agencies agenda at certainly got up beyond all of our minds. Meredith Waldman author of the vaccine rice signs politics on the human costs of defeating disease. Also. Quarter for the magazine science. Thank you Meredith. It's been a pleasure Markle. Thanks for having me in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has emerged as the winner in yesterday's general election. His main challenger Bennett Gaunt's of the blue and white party conceded defeat today Netanyahu now, on course, to become Israel's longest serving prime minister ever. And he's expected to form a solidly right-wing governing coalition in Israel's parliament that trend toward the right is one of the reasons that the American Jewish communities relationship with Israel's government is increasingly fraud. Some see the divide as generational that includes twenty four year old Alissa Rubin a community organizer living in Boston Rubin is a member of if not now a Jewish anti-occupation movement. That is a source of anguish for her grandfather eighty six year old Jason Pearl. A lawyer in Bloomfield, Connecticut, I have spent a great deal of time with Elissa. She was growing up and it comes as quite a shock. Me that she could have an attitude toward Israel different from grab us for many years. Grandfather and granddaughter have been debating US policy toward Israel today. They're letting us listen in when I was about oh, eight to ten I was at a men's breakfast in my synagogue, and someone who had in fact, escaped from Europe was telling the men assembled there on a Sunday morning, telling them about the annihilation of European jewelry, and they castigated this man, they yelled at him liar. It's not true. The Germans would never do this. I mean, they were vite to protest or this van that was impossible that the Germans were bent on annihilating European jewellery. I grew up knowing there was this great need for a land. That would accept Jews. A listen doesn't have that experience. She knows that she's intellectually brilliant. And she knows these things happen, but she didn't live through them. And there's a big difference. Elissa? You didn't live through the thirties and forties. Do you agree with your grandfather that you see the world differently because of that? Because of the time you grew up in we've had this conversation a lot of times, and it's really helped me to ground in the perspective of somebody that grew up during a really different time..

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"one family" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"one family" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Lose their TPS status for the world. Amy Bracken LA Boule Haiti a quick update. Now to a story we first covered this past winter on the world. That is a captive whale. That will being held in a small pan near the Russian far east city of Nakodhka on the Pacific Ocean. One of almost one hundred orcas and beluga whales captured last summer apparently for illegal sale to marine parks in China. Several may have died since then others may be sick activists have been trying for months to get the Russian government to step in and rescue the whales from what they're calling a wail jail now for the update the authorities have since brought charges against four companies, and they're promising to release the whales back into the wild. If they can they've decided to see how we could eventually rehabilitate them, and hopefully, we stem that's marine activists Yami shell Cousteau. Yes of that Cousteau family. He's part of a group of activists and scientists who signed a deal with the Russian government to try to help the whales. Learn to live again in the wild Cousteau says the goal is to release all of them. But activists Charles Vinik. Who's also part of the effort thinks. That won't be quick or easy. Not only. Do we have to understand the health conditions of h wail? We also have to look at where it is appropriate to transport them. So that they can be having the best opportunity have food and guidance of older adults vinick helped lead the effort to free a captive. Orca named Keiko in two thousand and two, you know, Free Willy fame Keiko's released an Iceland was widely publicized. But what most people may not remember is that it ultimately failed. Scientists say Keiko never really learned to socialize with other orcas or find his own food, and he died after about eighteen months back in the wild. So the challenge of freeing, these Ninety-seven Wales in Russia is pretty big. And the activists say they don't yet have a plan for rehabilitating them. So no happy ending yet to the story of Russia's wail jail. But a Ray of hope you're listening to the world this podcast. Is brought to you by Goldman Sachs for insights from leading thinkers on the state of markets industries and the global economy listen to our podcast exchanges at Goldman Sachs. You'll hear discussions.

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