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Fresh update on "overseas" discussed on A Positive Climate

A Positive Climate

01:39 min | 15 min ago

Fresh update on "overseas" discussed on A Positive Climate

"Partly because we're going in completely Greenfield and with a more developed launch approach. So taking all of the learnings that we've had from before and implementing them across three brand new markets in addition to the UK. So we're predicting that that's going to be strong. But Australia, I think, with the borders, hopefully reopening, hopefully this new strain doesn't put a break on things. We'll hopefully start to see those students and backpackers coming back again. I think that with even sort of the liberal government getting behind net zero emissions targets that there's more of a common ground that we need to do things to we need to change the way that we are approaching things. And hopefully people will feel more comfortable backing in Australian company that's contributing to this than just bringing in more teslas and overseas cars into the country to address the transportation emissions challenges. So we're pretty hopeful across the board. And then the U.S. as well is also growing really quickly. So it's really hard to predict whenever we make a forecast of what our growth will be in any particular country. It always ends up being something different. So we just push on all fronts and do our best and see what see what comes. Predictions are always wrong. But it's a great story in terms of that Aussie technology being exported. You know, we've had a lot of people on the podcast this season who have developed an Aussie tech and they're now expanding into overseas markets. And so it's another great story of an example of how you can develop technology here.

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1st US case of COVID omicron variant confirmed in California

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

1st US case of COVID omicron variant confirmed in California

"A a person person in in California California is is the the first first in in the the U. U. S. S. with with an an identified identified case case of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant with with confirmed confirmed cases cases in in about about two two dozen dozen countries countries Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci had had said said it it was was just just a a matter matter of of time time before before one one was was found found here here man man now now it it has has been been the the individual individual was was a a traveler traveler who who returned returned from from South South Africa Africa on on November November the the twenty twenty second second and and tested tested positive positive on on November November the the twenty twenty ninth ninth algae algae says says the the person person was was fully fully vaccinated vaccinated and and has has a a mild mild symptoms symptoms which which are are getting getting better better officials officials say say all all the the persons persons close close contacts contacts have have tested tested negative negative the the by by the the administration's administration's restricted restricted travel travel from from southern southern Africa Africa and and is is moving moving to to tighten tighten testing testing rules rules for for overseas overseas travellers travellers Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Fresh update on "overseas" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:38 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "overseas" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"I'm Juliet Sally and Sydney We check the markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia It certainly is a risk of tone two kickstart the trading week investors concerned about the impact of the omicron variant and the hawkish chill from the fed as investors also looked to the U.S. inflation data We definitely saw text at companies underperform on Friday Facebook parent met her teetering on the cup of a beer market and we are seeing weakness coming through in all the key Asian gauges here in early trade the nikkei is down over 1% in Tokyo as his South Korea's Cosby weighing on the nikkei in Tokyo SoftBank falling as much as 6 and a half percent This is didi moves to de list in the U.S. but China's security's watchdog has downplayed these overseas D listing fears denying reports that there will be a possible ban of overseas stock listing Elsewhere adding to the downbeat mood Goldman Sachs cutting its forecast for the U.S. economy for this year and next seeing growth of 3.8% down from 4.2% in 2021 and growth of 2.9% next year down from 3.3% Also evergreens along awaited debt restructuring in focus the 30 day grace period ending on $2 payments initially due on November 6th when it comes to the bond market the U.S. ten year at 1.37% WTI crude is a little stronger in Asian trade $67 76 Let's head over to San Francisco now for an update on global news with air Baxter Ed All right thank you Juliet U.S. defense secretary Lloyd Austin says the country is going to step up in the face of China's disturbing activities He says the best defense is forming alliances in the region Lowey institute.

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Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10

"Mark mark Jackson Jackson threw threw four four interceptions interceptions but but made made the the plays plays down down the the stretch stretch when when he he needed needed to to as as the the ravens ravens beat beat the the Browns Browns sixteen sixteen to to ten ten Jackson Jackson threw threw a a thirteen thirteen yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to tight tight end end mark mark Andrews Andrews in in the the third third quarter quarter and and then then led led an an eleven eleven play play drive drive in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter which which led led to to Justin Justin Tucker's Tucker's third third field field goal goal of of the the game game it's it's hard hard to to visit visit you you know know we we really really want want to to talk talk business business but but we we just just know know we we fake fake fight fight overseas overseas we we do do it it all all you you know know it's it's been been a a lot lot going going on on throughout throughout the the whole whole season season and and tonight tonight was was another another part part of of it it he's he's got got to to keep keep doing doing we're we're doing doing bigger bigger Mayfield Mayfield threw threw for for two two hundred hundred forty forty seven seven yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown but but the the Browns Browns who who came came in in leading leading the the league league in in rushing rushing managed managed just just forty forty yards yards Craig Craig heist heist Baltimore Baltimore

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India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

"The serum institute of India the world's largest vaccine maker whose resume exports of coronavirus shots to the U. N. backed Kovacs distribution program off the whole thing most overseas sales in March vaccine was also part of the C. room warehouse in Pune South India destined for a pull on project based on the company most of it being productions main supplier was an explosion of cases in India resulted in a cutoff of exports the suspension was a significant setback for global efforts to distribute vaccines equitably new infections in India have now fallen to the lowest levels in months on the first new exports under the Kovacs program are on their way I'm Charles collect as much

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Sen. Ed Markey Blames Republicans for Rising Oil Prices

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Sen. Ed Markey Blames Republicans for Rising Oil Prices

"Now what the Democrats do the American Marxist dressed up as Democrats like senator Ed Markey who's a nuc job complete nut job He's at a press conference yesterday and he actually blames Republicans for dramatically rising oil prices Why Because they're in bed with the oil companies Let me ask you a question Would Donald Trump open federal lands to drilling When Donald Trump opened Anwar When Donald Trump deregulated the fossil fuel industry It prices go up or down mister producing They went down And also from a national security perspective we didn't have to rely on another country in the world We were selling oil overseas We had a vibrant job market in the oil industry and the oil industry is not just the oil rigs That's important too But it's everything related to it Pipe makers and fitters the production of steel for the pipes you need truckers you need trucks you need diners you need restaurants you need trucks it goes on and on and on You remember my pencil Or I pencil We'll have to play that again in the near future Probably shouldn't have said it because one of the back benches will jump But you understand And so when a guy like Ed Markey says the Republicans are in bed with the oil companies if the Republicans were in bed with the oil companies we'd be in good shape as consumers As consumers

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Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

"Welcome back to one on one with Georgia's congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Marjorie for those you've been on the show multiple multiple times, but but, you know, we are growing every single day. We were at least 3 million listeners right now. Plus everybody else who watches us on video. So for those who see you every day fighting, but who don't know the backstory what you did and why you made that decision to represent the 14th district. Tell our millions of lists a little bit about who you are and how you arrived in Congress. Well, actually, it's a great question. Actually, I'm very normal. I'm just just like most of the people listening to the show. That's why they hate you. In the Democrat box. They hate all the regular people believe me. Now my husband and I own and operate a commercial construction company where the proud parents of three awesome grown-up kids and love our life just and I absolutely love being an American woman. I think it's a true gift to be an American woman because we have more freedoms in this world than most women. And I'm a strong Christian and I'm so grateful to be able to live out my faith and teach my kids what it means to be a Christian and to love God and be thankful for Jesus Christ. But here's what I saw Sebastian. I saw Republicans gain control in The White House, the House and the Senate in 2016 and then over two years, they completely failed us. They didn't fund and build the wall. They didn't do anything to pass president Trump's America first agenda has make America great again agenda. They didn't repeal ObamaCare. And here's the worst fail for every Republican that calls them self pro life. They didn't even defund Planned Parenthood. You can't even make that. That's all you need to know. Oh, yeah, so when I was supporting president Trump and was thrilled we elected him in 2016. And then I saw the Republicans in Congress in the Senate and in his administration completely fail. Not only president Trump but they failed all of us. That's when I realized that it's these career politicians that over decades have sent all of our jobs overseas, ruining small town America, hurting rural America, killing our strong economy, killing our manufacturing and killing the spirit of America, not only that, putting us in trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars of debt that will never climb out of, I realize that it's going to take regular Americans that are successful day in and day out in the real world to actually save this country. And so I took a chance and ran for Congress and

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"overseas" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

04:22 min | Last month

"overseas" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Welcome to the fear and greed daily interview. I'm sean alma. We talk a fair bit here about global bakeries for a couple of reasons. I is that whatever happens on overseas. Markets often has an impact on the local market. To second is that it's never been easy to buy shares in international companies and. It's not a bad idea either. That's why i like talking to experts about what we should be looking for. What trends gave an eye on and where the opportunities might be hugh. Sobe smith is co chief investment officer at leiria capital which specializes in investing in large cap global stocks with around five hundred million dollars in funds under management. You woke. C'mon fearing grade sean. Lovely to be here thank you. Let's start with the basics. If i want to buy disease one of the things. I should be thinking about well. I think there's a couple of things. Firstly why you looking into overseas. I mean is that really driven by the opportunity for diversification for different return sources is really a function of wishing to back specific companies or sectors. So i think there's there's a portfolio aspect that people should be thinking about. Where does that fit in in terms of slowly diversifying your asset base away from just domestic. Astrid secondly i think you should be thinking. How do you want to access that. Is that through. A passive vehicle is through managed fund. So i think that's a consideration and then the third thing i guess is really going to think. What kind of asset class do you actually want to access. Because clearly there's a much broader and deeper opportunity set across asset classes globally. So think about colbert. Debt for example quite a pop from a more diverse source of equities. I can't tolerate. Capital had to larry capital new as as the chief investment officer. Think about investing as you guys through these three prices for your funds. Is that how it works now. We have a pretty rigorous bottom up process where in effect since the inception of the fund in two thousand five. It's always looked globally so our universities everything extra it does need to be developed market listed. So really where assessing the opportunity from a bottom up isis to invest in mistruths companies. That have a fantastic Asymmetry between the risk to lose money on the stuff versus obviously the long term return profile..

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"overseas" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

Real Estate Rookie

02:07 min | Last month

"overseas" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

"Any. He yelled literally starts yelling at the other guy he goes. Hey chuck chuck. Where are you going. And the other guy comes in. he goes. Well what do you mean. Where are you going. And he goes. I was just going out to the truck he goes. What are you doing going to the truck with your hands. Empty grab a box. Go out there and take a box with you. You're only a beer right. And i said well what was that all about. He goes eight efficiency right efficiency. We gotta be effective here. We got time is valuable right. So if he's walking out to the truck without a box that's more time that we're on the job so the lesson even if i can't buy a house now even if i can't do what i wanna do real estate now do something and so. What did i do after that. I kid you not. I realized hey. I'm not buying any properties but the rates are really good right now. So i started refinancing. I refinance both homes and that one hundred dollars right turned into three hundred dollars for one and four hundred dollars for the other. Because i got tenants in up the rent but again the moral of the story is just because you can't buy a house now just because i can't jump. He could still do somethin'. Educate yourself bill. Some systems go to lowe's go to home depot. See what flooring you wanna put in your property when that time comes what paints so that when it happens. I'm ready to go. I know what color wanna know. What kitchen cabinets i want. I'm ready. there's always something to do. So don't feel that just because you can't start now. There's not something you can't do to make yourself better towards your goal so it was. Thank you motivated. Me ashley do man. I'm loving this conversation so loud on here today. I wanna take it back. Because we're you started out with saying that. Sometimes there's so much advice that it can be like paralyzing right. It's like like i remember when i first became apparent. Someone told me they're like if you read enough of parenting books you'll give up and let your parent themselves because literally like all the books at one point in time will conflict with one another right. Tony this is one of the things. I wrote on my list advocate. Consumption wanted to ask.

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 Troubles at home shadow Biden's climate efforts abroad

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Troubles at home shadow Biden's climate efforts abroad

"President Biden continues making the case overseas to fight global warming but his climate change efforts are facing a fight at home in Scotland the president's been telling world leaders the U. S. is back in the fight against climate change who is this I have a rule in the world your heart with his massive domestic policy proposal containing about a half trillion dollars worth of climate change provisions but West Virginia senator Joe Manchin has killed key parts of the administration's climate proposals he says he's open to supporting the whole package if it helps the country but I am equally open to voting against a bill that hurts our country which raises questions about whether the president has enough political capital and home to wander his promises overseas Sager

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Sleepy Joe Biden Caught Dozing off at COP26

Mark Levin

01:34 min | Last month

Sleepy Joe Biden Caught Dozing off at COP26

"One one Well they have this climate change conference 85 official U.S. vehicles were used To transport people And one third of the cabinet was there And billionaires and Hollywood types flew in on their private jets I read one report that enough fuel was used that Scotland in essence Scotland would have used in an entire year So the idiocy of this entire thing is really amazing And of course China Russia and India did not attend China being the biggest polluter in the world Indian number two and I'm sure Russia's way up there too Even though they don't have that many people quite frankly what a 170 million give or take Depending on what lands they conquer But there was a moment when other speeches were being given at this event by other so called world leaders And Joe Biden fell asleep Cut 12 go Yes this is the 5th day of the president's overseas tour and he was seen on camera with his eyes closed It appears that perhaps he was dozing And in these settings cameras are all around the camera caught President Biden who turned 79 later this month with his eyes closed for a period of time And you're right these can be embarrassing

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Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | Last month

Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

"Joe Kent welcome to America first. Tell us your story first. We were going to discuss your epic decision to serve the nation again this time out of uniform, but tell us a little bit about your life history. What you decided to do at the age of 18 and what you've done in uniform for this nation. Absolutely so pretty much as far back as I can remember, I wanted to serve the country abroad, fighting our nation's wars. I came in just before 9 11. I was really inspired by the rangers in the 1993 Black Hawk down incident. So talking to the army recruiters and you got a ranger contract ready to high school, work my way into ranger regiment. I started my career there. And then my way into special forces. So green berets as most people know them. Actually, it was in special forces selection one 9 11 happens. So God done with the special forces qualifications course, immediately went to 5th special forces group and spent pretty much the next two decades at war. So winter combat 11 times for this country, greatest honor of my life. Retired the 20 year mark because I wanted to be able to stay in the fight operational retired on a Friday and then swore in as a paramilitary operations officer at the CIA on a Monday intended to make that my second career. I felt it was my nation's calling to serve this country overseas fighting war. But my time was cut short tragically because my late wife, Shannon Kent, who was also a special operator, a navy cryptologist and Arabic linguist who had joined the military right after 9 11. She was killed fighting ISIS in Syria in 2019. She was killed about a month after president Trump attempted to fulfill the will of the American people and get us out of our endless war. She was part of the final push to destroy the territory territorial caliphate. Once that happened, Trump attempted to get our troops out as he promised. And that's when the deep state essentially turned against him Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats, committed bureaucratic slow role, went to the media, their end result was that my wife and the element that she was worth a special operator she was with ended up staying in Syria, a month later her and three other great Americans are tragically killed by suicide bomber and managed Syria. So I decided that that moment that I had to resign from putting myself in physical danger to take care of our two young children, move back here to the Pacific Northwest, had a little bit of an opportunity to meet president Trump and really tell him that his America first foreign policy was actually giving it right. I served under Clinton, I served under Bush served under Obama and we remained in this state of continuous war and without making any gains really just for the benefit of the military industrial complex until president Trump came on the scenes and gave us the authorities and then really the ability to go out and crush the enemy decisively, but not getting any

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What's in and what's out of the Biden framework

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

What's in and what's out of the Biden framework

"President Biden is making another bid to unite Democrats behind his replies domestic policy bill and a related bipartisan infrastructure package later today the president will head across the Atlantic for Europe before that you'll venture to Capitol Hill to meet with the Democrats and then addressed the nation a possible signal a deal is within reach after days of prolonged talks the president wanted to announce at least a framework before heading overseas the key issue among divided Democrats has been how to pay for his ambitious social and climate policies a paid family leave proposal that had already been whittled from twelve to four weeks has now fallen out Sager Meg Downie

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Democrats continue to negotiate on Biden's Build Back Better bill before he heads to Europe

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Democrats continue to negotiate on Biden's Build Back Better bill before he heads to Europe

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats say they're getting closer but they still haven't finalized president Joe Biden sweeping domestic plan despite house speaker Nancy Pelosi declaring Democrats are in pretty good shape on president Joe Biden's signature domestic spending plan there is no final agreement yet senator Joe Manchin panned the newly unveiled plans for a billionaire's tax to help pay for the one point seven five trillion dollar package mentioned also turned thumbs down on paid family leave a reconciliation bill major problems in California Biden has been pushing for talks to conclude before he leaves for overseas global summit but while that deadline is symbolic another deadline looms Sunday that's when the smaller bipartisan roads and bridges infrastructure bill must be approved by the house or funds for routine transportation programs could expire Mike

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Billionaire tax takes shape as Biden pushes for budget deal

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Billionaire tax takes shape as Biden pushes for budget deal

"President Biden is pushing for a deal on his social services and climate change plan before heading overseas later this week very positive you get it done before the the president says he's hopeful it will come together soon Democrats are poised to unveil a new billionaires tax to help pay for a package little tally at least one point seven five trillion dollars after earlier tax plans fizzled the president's again highlighting the packages child care proposals my name is K. okay how you doing my name's Joe good to see first visiting in New Jersey elementary school and then a transit center so let's get this done let's move where he appealed for Congress to pass a related infrastructure bill he says is vital to boosting America's global competitiveness Sager mag ani Washington

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Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview    Headliner & Booking Agent  Show #88 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:00 min | Last month

Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview Headliner & Booking Agent Show #88 - burst 01

"I was not dating anybody in college about relationships. And i'm not gonna talk about politics. That wasn't in politics. So it's just what did i know. I knew sports nine new tv. Stoa figure start there. Will you know that's good advice for anybody listening. That wants to be a comic. You gotta talk about what you know and then have it something that everybody in the audience can relate to so talking about television. Really in sports are a good place to start so you started off in chicago. How did you end up over in europe. i played hockey On a traveling team in oh cool and then. My coach was originally played on the swedish olympic team. Way back when and We were pretty good traveling team and he thought we should take a group of all stars and represent laker the team. Usa and I was selected to be the gold one of the goalies on the team. And so i have my little team. Usa jersey and I got to play with a vicki. No hockey It was a thrill. Because i always played against him in chicago but now he was my was tony granato. Who's an all who is an all-star for the los angeles kings wow kings. Yeah no everyone in hockey knows that name. And that's amazing. Congratulations how cool and and again. I have known you a long time and had no idea. You had a hockey background. And how proud you must have been to represent america overseas if you know what it was kind of cool because it was a time where you read or at olympic the miracle on ice and toast to be over there and has the european crouching. Usa was just it was it was cool. It was something one of the highlights of my life along with having kids and being married but definitely gone over then representing the country was pretty cool. Okay

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Keep the Movement Going: Buy and Share 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last month

Keep the Movement Going: Buy and Share 'American Marxism'

"One I want to keep this movement going ladies and gentlemen The movement that you and I know exists under the radar they were now and then we show some ankle Even our Friends on TV and on radio they don't acknowledge it but that's okay They react to it And I'll react We're in this baby We're on the front lines where the point of the spear you and me all of us Those of you who have not acquired your copies of American Marxism please do As soon as possible or get the audio or however doesn't matter whatever platform will ever form I was in Costco today for my regular hot dog and I want to salute kashka This book's been out now over three and a half months and Costco still has it on its table In Costco rarely ever does that Rarely And I want to salute yes Amazon Amazon is kept stocked up Barnes and noble Walmart has done a fantastic job Sam's And BJ's and all of them They've been absolutely superb So the books are there for now Then about the supply chain stuff I told you about paper It's no joke It's no head fake There really is a paper issue Let's toilet paper paper towels or paper for books So I want to encourage you to act I want to keep this movement going This is our way of trying to defend the country internally Most of us are not in the military overseas Most of us are not police officers or in law enforcement And we're not even talking about that kind of defense We're talking about defense in a republic As civilians

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Do We Really Need an International Pronouns Day?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | Last month

Do We Really Need an International Pronouns Day?

"Did you know today according to the Department of State? Is international pronouns day? That's right. The Department of State has come out and they've said today on international pronouns day, we share why many people list their pronouns on their email and social media profiles. The branch of diplomacy for the federal government of the United States is on share dot America dot gov says why do so many Americans list pronouns on social media profiles? This is the concern of your government. In the United States, it's becoming increasingly common for people to share their pronouns. Third person personal pronouns are used to describe a person or people in American English grammar as the subject or the object of the possessive. These pronouns include the gender neutral they them theirs, words that traditionally refer to a plural number, but today are used by some individuals who identify as gender non binary. We must be pronoun proficient share America dot gov has during his first few days in office, President Biden has threatened executive order to prevent discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. I know what you're thinking that China's getting really worried about us. Let's put up the picture of our new four star admiral. Who's known as Rachel, this picture of this killer. You know what? This makes general Patton look like child's play. Four star admiral, and so here we have the Department of State, not worrying about Americans being stranded overseas, not worried about the $85 billion in weapons that we give to the Taliban. Not worried about China about to take Taiwan. No, no, but instead, they are worried about national international pronoun, I see. So today's international pronoun day in case any of

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Caller's Private Medical Office Suffers From Supply Chain Delays

Mark Levin

01:05 min | Last month

Caller's Private Medical Office Suffers From Supply Chain Delays

"I'm really upset with our transportation secretary who blows this just doesn't take this seriously But tell us about the medical supplies Okay Well I ordered some x-ray equipment and some of the x-ray equipment I couldn't get because our distributor said that it's on a cargo ship on the Olsen And then so I talked to him a little bit more and it's like he's having some issues getting the supplies in from his from overseas But also mark the bigger problem is we're having this problem with all of our supplies And you and your husband run a private medical office Doctor's office Yes Yes And yes small town Colorado And because we're not there's a backlog of supplies and then our supply cost have increased

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Biden Tries to Tame Supply Chain Crisis by Having Los Angeles Port Open 24/7

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last month

Biden Tries to Tame Supply Chain Crisis by Having Los Angeles Port Open 24/7

"Biden who is finally commenting on the supply chain crisis that is happening of importing products into our country. Now the easy and the simple way to diagnose the supply chain crisis is, we should not import so many products and goods and services from overseas, we need to self sufficiency agenda to make things here. I think that if president Trump would have articulated legislatively and politically, a self sufficiency agenda in 2020 and introduced pieces of legislation to reflect that, saying we want things to come back to America. We want vitamin C, penicillin, PPE products, all we made here in America. That would have been widely popular. So how bad is the cargo ship backup, cut 63? You know, this is both a symbol of success and failure, really, right? It's a sign of a strong economic rebound, but also our failure to plan for it. For instance, you know, paying people not to work with unemployment expanded benefits when we had 537,000 job openings in transportation and warehouses. But the point is, Harris, you know, for Christmas, you may not get what you want when you want it, what you want to pay for it because why? It's out here with me. And so Biden's grand strategies, hey, let's just work 24 hours. Now, I have a very simple and obvious question. You're trying to tell me our ports don't work 24 hours in our country that's an incredible thing to think about. That our ports are already not working 24 hours. Biden says, don't worry I got it solved. We're gonna work around the clock. Yeah, what a genius solution. Cut 59. And today we have an important announcement that will get things you buy to you to the shells faster. After weeks of negotiation and working with my team and with the major union retailers and freight movers, the port of Los Angeles announced today that it's going to be operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The extended hours the administration is touting represents something less than the full around the clock operations that are typical of the world's most advanced cargo moving

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Inflation rises 5.4% from year ago, matching 13-year high

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Inflation rises 5.4% from year ago, matching 13-year high

"From food to furniture goods and services continue costing more as the economy struggles with a boost in inflation due to the virus pandemic consumer prices went up five point four percent last month matching the highest increase in thirteen years while hourly wages went up more than four and a half percent higher prices are outstripping the gains on everything from energy to cars the pandemic shut down overseas factories and slowed ports at home leading container ships at sea and the people paying more for goods that don't arrive for months president Biden will address supply chain bottlenecks to date including a deal to keep the port of Los Angeles open around the clock to reduce price pressures Sager made Ghani Washington

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Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 2 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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"overseas" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

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"overseas" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

"When you're having these conversations with european allies were very concerned about these sanctions. How do you justify that. And what are your plans to twenty days. Give me a break. The time there's your president g seven just concluded and now on to a nato meeting and then sit down with vladimir putin scheduled for wednesday those of us who paid attention and Biden's fifty year career And remember former defense secretary gates says quote that he's been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue or not particularly comforted When the president goes abroad however he is the president. And he's there. And steve. Rogers is here with us for a few minutes. This morning. Steve is with club. America winning coalition. He's a former u s office of naval intelligence officer former fbi national joint terrorism task force and currently president of club. America winning coalition. We're glad to have you here. This morning steve. Good morning pleasure. Thank you you bet. thank you for. So what what have you seen. So far The president's trip abroad well. I've seen what i expected. A president who is making it very clear to the world that we have become a very weak country with regard to foreign policy. Now just think about this one. He's going to be sitting across the table from the former director of the soviet kgb. So there's a lot of history there ladimir putin but what was astonishing to me and a lot of my colleagues was that before he went on this trip he made it very clear to ladimir putin and china and all our allies that the greatest threat to the security of the american people is climate change. Could you imagine. Could you imagine what was going through the mind. And what is going through the minor ladimir putin right now as they build up their military both in the russian federation and the chinese communist party. Nothing is going to be accomplish other than he's going. He meaning biden is going to reveal the utter weakness of this administration. Climate change. this is this is an obsession. it doesn't matter the context it doesn't matter but these are serious issues that were dealing with with these people and and and we're and we're going to be about climate change. Well here's my worry. i. I've been in a navy for twenty five years worked with the office of naval intelligence etc. Here's what i'm worried about being dragged into a war. We cannot win at this point You know Biden's been poking his finger in the face of putin for a long time number one. He goes to ukraine. He tells her ukrainian president where we got your back. Putin's response one hundred thousand troops on the border and on and on and on the putin went after our pipeline when after electric grids i mean god knows what's next. I just hope to god that we do not get dragged into work because at this point our military is not doesn't have the status that it did when reagan was in Even when the bush's went in when trump was in we were we had a tough military that feared. This guy is really sending a bad signal. What do you. What do you think might Might ensue after the meeting with with putin do you think putin is likely to to to mount some provocation. The test him militarily. Well i believe that we're headed that way Hence the reason why Biden has chosen to have a solo press conference after the meeting Biting already has sent the signal. He doesn't expect much from putin. But i believe that putin has already tested our resolve. Russian bombers have flown north of us. A little bit into alaskan airspace. There is a russian military presence now near the north pole in the arctic And as well keep in mind that china's been pretty silent but they have tested our resolve their Saudis of military aircraft over taiwan. So yeah. I think we're going to be lead to something a little bit more serious and i don't know what this guy's gonna do but i don't wanna see young americans getting killed on a battlefield again somewhere overseas especially in a war that we just can't win it this right Well i hope he gets his country. Straight apparently confused syria with libya. Couple of times three times already three times in one in one and the g seven in answering one question to reporters. He confused libya and syria three times. Which is like confusing. New york and texas god. He doesn't confuse the united states for another country coming That's how serious it is it would be laughable if it wasn't as serious as you just articulated where we're looking. He reopened the cold war. And he's gonna make this war if congress doesn't step in even people of his own party have to step up and put the brakes on this guy because he can't handle the border crisis. The crime in this country is like nothing. I've ever seen and now we're going to have this guy that face to face a superpower He's gotta a. He's got a wakeup congress has to wake up. It'll it'll be interesting to see. Not only his solo news conference but also what putin has to say after the meeting steve. Thank you for the time this morning. I appreciate you coming on pleasure. Thank you bet. Steve rogers club. America winning coalition. Yeah okay babies morning news..

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"overseas" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Today's guest. da de. Tom sobileski tom. Welcome thanks for coming. thanks frank. it's great to be here tom. Tell us about what you do every day in the fbi how you came to be interested in the fbi. How long you've served in the bureau and then tell us about the mission of the men and women in the international operations division. Well that's a loaded question. I think for me. I am one of those guys that i've wanted to be an fbi instance of six years old And so unfortunately. That took a little bit longer than i had expected but i started as a police officer. That was a secret service. Asian for a few years. And i've been with the fbi for about twenty two years. Now for me i. I came in was assigned to a small office in north carolina. Which which i did for few years. Then i came up. Unfortunately we had nine eleven so my my career of Working against gangs and drugs and violence. Crime quickly shifted to counter terrorism. And that's kind of been what i've done since combined with the overseas experience so i said i've been here twenty two years right now. I'm the deputy assistant director. Kind of why i'm sitting here is. I've actually served in three different posts overseas. I did a torn in afghanistan. I was in egypt for a few years and then ended up in london in the united kingdom for for several years. When you were a six year old kid Thinking about maybe becoming an fbi agent. Was it ever in your mind that you might be posted abroad in the fbi. Yeah that's a great question. The answer is no. I had no intention to go. Overseas wasn't something that i i was against. It just was not something that i thought the. Fbi did much like most the country And so for me. Nine eleven really changed the mission of the f. b. i. and also changed my my life and what my career ended up being. So is it safe to say that nine eleven was was a catalyst for you kind of a entering a mindset that i might be serving overseas. I might want to do this. Fbi yeah absolutely. I mean i think that that. That event really refocused the mission for me personally but also as what the fbi then transformed into Was something i felt i. I wanted to support And that a lot of that mission really. Did you know. It's fairly dated right now but but going overseas to stop it before it hit our shores Became something that i was. I was passionate about. Yeah they'll the concept of fight them there before we have to fight them here certainly applies to the international terrorism efforts. All right so let's start from scratch on what the fbi's mission is abroad. How it plays out abroad. What the various posts look like are there really. Fbi offices overseas. Yeah there are. I mean i think you know the core mission of protecting the american people in upholding. The constitution is applicable regardless of where you're located and so that for us meant we had to change and what we needed to do to protect the people in the constitution and from different locations and so we actually unfortunately started with the war and and then increased with the with the war. I was involved in but it it started just before world war two in nineteen forty. We realized that Our counterintelligence mission was going to change and it was going to change due to you. Know the threats that at that point from from nazi germany as well as as japan And so what. We realized that we needed to develop an understanding of what that threat was Work with our partners even back. Then which was the state department mostly as well as the department of defense there was no cia back then and we realized that we needed to not just visit these countries and develop these relationships but also specialize in what that really meant and investing in being there on a twenty four hours seven days a week mission and so it started for us in weirdly. Bogota colombia We had gone down there. We had worked some us operations in support of state department and were asked by one ambassador. If we'd be interested in and having a fulltime assignment there and so we agreed to staff it with with a few agents. What that really looked like was kind of like what we're talking about is the fbi. What is the fbi. If it was overseas we felt the state department felt that being called special agents of the fbi while sitting overseas was probably not the best thing in that environment so they came up with the title legal attache and in as it started originally it was a essentially a cover name so that people would not know we were fbi agents and that more to where we are right now where the legal attaches officer. Are we identify as that. And everybody knows that we are. Fbi agents and so it was a very you know. I say small but a very impactful Deployment of agents overseas during that timeframe we went mostly into latin america As well as south or central america and then we also went into our partners in europe and then in australia as well and so that. That's kind of what we did. I mean earlier. It was more of intelligence collection. Really you know something that ultimately morphed into what the cia now does but back then it was. It was a new process for all of us and so after the war was over. We kind of figured that. That's not what we needed to do anymore. We started to pull back from these offices. And then we we very gradually as the world grew smaller realized that from a criminal standpoint. Our investigations didn't have geographic or country boundaries..

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"overseas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on PRI's The World

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"overseas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Just a second time. In olympic refugee team will compete at the summer games to raise awareness about the eighty million people who are displaced worldwide for young swimmer from syria. It is a lot of pressure. And i remember that. Leave this small. In is representing so much we made some of the athletes still ahead here on the world. I'm marco werman with the world where co production of gbh boston npr rex. There's good news today in the fight to help vaccinate the globe. The white house has said to have made a deal with pfizer to provide five hundred million doses of corona virus vaccine for about one hundred countries over the next two years. President biden is expected to announce the deal at the upcoming summit in england. The white house has been under pressure to do more to address worldwide shortages. Those shortages are especially acute in less wealthy nations where the spread of highly contagious new virus variants means that for many. The worst of the pandemic may be yet to come. That's according to writer. Zane up to fetch she. She's an associate professor at the university of north carolina. I asked to actually why the delta variant of covid nineteen strain. I identified in. India has just gotten a lot more ominous recently. Got data from the united kingdom that indeed it is more transmissible which is terrible because transmissibility exponential threats plus to make things worse it also appears to be more severe the combination something that can spread really rapidly and is also more severe is catastrophe thick for a lot of countries for variety of reasons that either had mild outbreaks until now and don't have mass vaccination in essence. They're sitting ducks because they haven't had any chance to build immunity and something like this can burn through their country like wildfire. We saw this happen in india. We saw this happened in nepal. And i'm really worried for the rest of the world as bad as things have been here which was terrible. There were lots of places that kinda escaped it. And we've been completely understand. There might have been a combination of factors by right now. It could just be that this tips it over for them to and then they get very rapid outbreaks delta variant critical to this recent massive surge in cases in the uk data is very much suggesting. That's exactly what happened. And there's a lot of countries that are in the same position. India was couple of months ago essentially sitting ducks and this is a terrible thing to imagine because it would mean the pandemic would end sooner because all pandemics and but in a tragic way because millions maybe billions get infected before they have a chance to be vaccinated. What you're saying. End up if i have this right that ultimately more people might die of covid after we have vaccines that could save them. That is absolutely correct and this is what's been gutting me because we had this before with hiv aids more people died of hiv aids. After we had drugs that work to save lives and we may have a repeat of it in a way in that we have vaccines that could help. Save all these people and we haven't increased supply nor do we have a sensible distribution system. I mean yes. Of course i completely sport access to vaccination by everybody including adolescence but wealthy countries are debating whether to vaccinate their adolescence. While healthcare workers in africa have not had any shots for the most part. What we need is for the world to lead for the united states including the two big vaccine producing countries. And say we are going to do everything in our power to take over every last bit of spare capacity and figure out a way to increase the supply anyway way. We can't as soon as we can have. Us canada and europe. We've ordered vaccine supplies. Many times are eager. Vaccinating are teenagers while the rest of the world is just sitting ducks for the potential catastrophe. i feel that. It's some moral stayed. That we've not really grappled with what we're doing and what we're not doing and then countries like ours people can just walk into a pharmacy and get vaccinated. So we're going to forget about the terrible reality that the pandemic is far far from over so here in the vaccine on demand part of the world. I mean i see in washington state You'll get a joint. You go in for a a shot. How much should we be worrying about breakthrough cases. I mean if i'm vaccinated. We still need to worry about my own health because this comes down to how you view risk the other corner viruses that are endemic. They just causes mild calls. We get exposed to them as children are immune system knows what to do with it so once you're vaccinated even if you see a version fit a breakthrough case that just produces symptoms. We should watch. 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"overseas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:05 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Marco werman. This is the world. It's good to be with you today. Some words vice president. Joe biden this morning as he was departing from andrews air force base for his first overseas trip is president mccade. Just got one got. Watch out for the cicadas for real last night. Oppress plane following. The president abroad was delayed five hours after cicadas clogged the jet engines there are literally trillions of cicadas in the greater washington area. Right now moving beyond the insects biden is heading to britain for the g. seven summit. He's first meeting with british prime minister. Boris johnson the last time a us president visited the uk. Thousands took to the streets of london to protest. This time around is expected to be a more welcoming affair. the world europe correspondent orla. Barry starts us off today. Cornwall in southwest. England is virtual lockdown this week so it was hard not to notice some early arrivals. The twenty two ospreys spotted circling above the small seaside resort for president biden will be staying pounds of police have been sent in from across britain and accommodation is ties so tight in fact that a cruise ship docked off the cornish coast is housing hundreds of police officers. It's the largest security event. This part of britain has ever experienced and some of the locals unhappy exiting quite major way to be honest. Keitaro runs the bean in a vegetarian. Restaurant located on the road into carvers bay where the g. Seven summit is being held. You might pink having so many world leaders in the one place would have restaurants overflowing but between old road closures and security checks. Tad's made things on looking good for us. We normally a fully booked. Trust one every night and we've with very very quiet us three days unfortunately locals in cornwall. Might be unhappy. One person who must be relishing. The moment is british prime minister. Having biden come to the uk on his very first overseas trip as president is seen as a win for boris johnson after all rumor had it. The biden wasn't a fan of johnson before became president. He's a record for saying that. Boris johnson was a physical and emotional clone of donald trump. stephen fielding is professor of political history at the university of nottingham. Top of the prime minister's agenda will likely be a new trade deal with the us fielding says something johnson promise would happen post. Brexit biden has made it clear that any disruption to peace in northern ireland caused by brexit. Could scupper that trade deal. But feeling says johnson will make his meeting with biden. Seemed like a success no matter what so basically birds don't some wants to be able to come out of the room with joe biden and you probably will anyway. Because boris johnson is capable of signed. Black he's white. White is black that he's assuage joe biden's concerns about what's going on in northern ireland and that this is laid the foundations trick really good trade deal with the united states. Johnson is also expected to appeal for the us border to be real into uk. Visitors visitors bought with covid. Nineteen delta variant now dominant and britain biden will likely be reluctant. The us presidents visit isn't just about meeting with boris johnson leaders of the g. Seven countries will be there to along with heads of state from several g. Twenty nations to lenormand is with the center on. Us politics at university college. London she says biden's meetings with these other leaders may be more important for this trip. The fact that india australia south korea will all be there is quite crucial for biden's larger foreign policy vision of trying to tilt or pivot towards asia towards asia pacific. I think fact that all of those three states are going be represented is intentional for both the us and the uk and how they see their broader foreign policy agenda. Norman says biden's trip is all too about fixing relations with traditional. Us partners after the trump years the global vaccine rollouts and economic recovery are expected to be high on the g. seven agenda and like most of these big summits there will.

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"overseas" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on AP News

"Overseas this morning, but he didn't board Air Force one without encountering a six Okay to those noisy insects, the dive bomb passersby and moving vehicles. AP Washington correspondent Sagar Madani as he prepared to board Air Force one this morning Watch seven desiccated. I just got one got rich. Earlier, They got reporters traveling to Europe before the president. A swarm of cicadas overran the press charter plane at joint base, Andrews. Delaying the flight by several hours. It was swapped for another, which took off for the UK about 4.5 hours before Air Force One left soccer Megane Washington While the president's overseas he'll attend a G seven meeting and NATO summit in a meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin Among other things, you'll pressure Putin to do something about those cybersecurity attacks on American businesses by Russian based hackers. I'm Rita Foley. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. President Biden is heading overseas, his first long haul trip as president, during which he'll try to reassure the Europeans that the U. S can once again be counted on as a dependable partner. First stop Britain. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki has been getting ready for 50 years He has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders he'll see at NATO and he'll see at the G seven. His final meeting on this trip is in Geneva with Russia's Vladimir Putin. White House National Security advisor Jake Sullivan being able to look President Putin in the eye and say this is what America's expectations are. This is what America stands for. This is what America is all about. This, we believe is an essential aspect of US Russia diplomacy President Biden wants to privately pressure Vladimir Putin to end several provocations, including efforts by the Kremlin to interfere in US elections. I'm Rita Foley, president Biden embarks today on the first overseas trip of his term with an agenda to reassert the United States on the world stage. But in strip kicks off in the UK he hopes to study European allies deeply shaken by his predecessor. He also believes the West must publicly demonstrated can compete economically with China as the world emerges from the pandemic and push democracy is the only defense to rising forces of authoritarianism. National security advisor Jake Sullivan the trip At its core will advance the fundamental thrust of Joe Biden's foreign policy to rally the world's democracies to tackle the great challenges of our time. The eight day trip ends in Russia with President Putin, where Sullivan says Biden will make clear if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur. There will be responses. I'm Julie Walker, This.

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5 Things

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on 5 Things

"Of usa today. Hundreds of people face charges after a year's long fbi sting involving a phone encryption program officials say that criminals without knowing it used the program to run drug transactions around the world a nam the fbi is encrypted device. Company was used by more than three hundred criminal organizations in the us. Canada australia new zealand in europe. Adam scott wont from john. Jay college of criminal justice explain to the ap. This software was pretty widespread use around the world. So it's going to be extremely disruptive to criminal enterprises all across the world The fbi did an amazing job getting this software out there and being used by nine thousand devices and not only are they able to look at who the people are communicating with. They're able to see what was said and basically have copies of all the information on your own servers. I think that the average criminal has an inherent distrust in the system. So they don't want us mainstream technologies and communicating thinking that they're being spied on so they went and they found a third party app in this case and in this case it was a third party app that was run directly by the fbi. The subject of encryption has been a controversial one for law enforcement officials technology companies and privacy advocates alike in one instance. The justice department and apple had been in a tug of war over whether apple should help investigators by unlocking. Iphones used by suspects in high profile shootings. The tech giant last year refused to create a back door that would allow investigators to bypass encryption features in phones linked to the shooter. Who killed three people at a florida naval base president. Joe biden is shifting negotiations for his infrastructure plan away from republicans and toward a group of moderate senators on both sides of the aisle biden. Is ramping up. Talks with a group of senators including democrats kirsten cinema and joe manchin and republicans. Mitt romney portman and bill cassidy at the same time house. Democrats are going ahead wednesday to begin drafting infrastructure legislation but biden's push for an infrastructure. Bill comes after senator manchin said he supports keeping the filibuster. A sixty vote rule that can be used by the minority party. Currently republicans to block legislation that means democrats would need the support of ten republicans to pass most bills in a senate. That split fifty fifty. The latest series from the marvel. Cinematic universe hits disney plus on wednesday. Low-key follows tom. Hit allston as a nor scott after his escape in.

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"overseas" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

06:14 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on 5 Things

"Is leaving wednesday for his first overseas trip in office. The european journey will last eight days. He'll attend the group of seven. Summit in cornwall england before heading to brussels for a nato summit and a meeting with european union chiefs then biden heads to geneva switzerland for the most high profile leg of his trip. A meeting with russian president vladimir putin usa today international correspondent. Kim helm guard has more in terms of the impacts of the lessons or the conclusions that us audiences might draw from biden's first overseas trip. I think the the one will be kind of symbolic in. This'll be biden's going out in the world and confirming a lot of the stuff that he came up with on the campaign trail and has tried to sort of implicitly live by uh since becoming president which is about. You know saying america's back in the world after the trump years where there was a a relative retrenchment in terms of engaging without allies and being cooperative player. so i think biden. We'll talk a lot about the value of of democracies Banding together to fight various issues. There'll be a lot of kind of fanfare associated with this summit. Will they hold a joint press conference will it will it be separate will biden. Look mr putin in the eye and and say something that you know and slightly antagonistic. Because let's let's be honest. Biden his isabey macho right As mr putin putin every year you can buy calendar of mr putin available for purchase in russia. Showing him bare-chested on horseback out hunting. You know catching the most amazing trout in a siberian river. Just just looking like a dude. Who knows how to do stuff. Pack policy right and so news is an entertainment but some people you know that will be of interest to them but in terms of of more substantial points. I mean i think americans will want to know how long this these hacking things are gonna go on and You know there is a very real real world impact. When a gas pipeline is hijacked has an impact there is obviously a real world impact when Election is metal. Then in some form so biden will be pressing these points putin on the other hand it remains to be seen. How much crowd he he. He could give he will give 'cause he's not going to admit to any of these transgressions you know and on the other hand biden will make it clear that you know the us doesn't do transactional kind of politics doesn't say let human rights personality jail and then you know we'll release. This will drop the sanction. or what have you. It will be one to watch. They'll have some historical significance because u. s. and russian leaders appearing in places like geneva. Vienna or or helsinki. They always end up in the history books. So i think americans will be fascinated by that as well for more on the trip and what's happening around the world you can find kim's work on the world section at usa today dot com slash news. If you were up early tuesday morning in the us you probably noticed you could not access a huge chunk of the internet. A widespread outage took down websites including google amazon reddit. Cnn and even usa today problem started just after five thirty a m eastern time and lasted nearly an hour in some spots. So what happened. Brett molina and mike snyder discussed on the talking tech podcast. The roughly hour-long disruption has been linked back to the cloud content company. Fastly saying it was caused by a service configuration that they've since disabled. That's right brad. So most of us have not heard of fast. But it's a san francisco based content delivery network or in now the big. Cdn's are amazon and cloud fair and what they do for companies just new york times usa. Today get hub pinterest and others is. They have thousands of computer servers around the us and around the globe cash or store content so when you click and want to read a story or page or watch a video. It's faster than if you had to go to new york or wherever the online site is in the physical world now it's likely interruptions like this will happen again and again because so much of what we do now involves cloud computing with everything from the software with which we communicate with our coworkers to our entertainment systems to on online delivery. And all these things we do on our phones now redundancy of networks having backup systems probably prevent outages from happening more often and experts. I talked to about the situation suggest. That's a lesson we should all take personally for instance. If you only have important files on your computer or they're stored in the cloud you might want to add. Another layer of redundancy. So maybe a second computer holds copies of the files and they're encrypted or perhaps you store them on an external hard drive or usb memory stick and keep them somewhere not at your home. These precautions could come in handy. Should there be a flood or disaster. Or maybe your computer gets hit with malware ransomware or should there be an outage that prevents you from getting to your cloud service so these are all good things i think about. You know whenever you have a situation where you can't get onto twitter. Get onto facebook. Get on to whatever service you're trying to do. You know that could happen to you. Yeah as as one analyst told me you can't really guarantee one hundred percent availability for any of these services. Something's bound to happen so it's always good to be prepared. I mean in the old days we had a wire that went from our house to the tv system. The pay tv system. Whatever and that was that was everything worked great until like somebody chopped the line right will. Now we have. So many things connected through Wireless networks and they're stored on computers all over the world that there's going to be an issue once an absolutely for more. Subscribe to talking tech wherever you get your pods. And he can find more of brett. And mike's work on the tech section.

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"overseas" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on 5 Things

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"overseas" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"overseas" Discussed on 5 Things

"Continue on what began as president. Joe biden's two point two five trillion dollar jobs plan. Republicans continued to reject what they see as a liberal social programs. That don't belong to an infrastructure. Package biden made a major concession this week. he won't scrap the trump administration's corporate tax cuts instead. The latest version of the plan would beef up tax enforcement for the wealthiest and it would make sure that the largest corporations pay a minimum of fifteen percent biden reduce the cost of the plan to one point seven trillion dollars last month while. Republicans last countered at nine hundred. Twenty eight billion on friday biden. Plans to meet with senator shelley moore capito the lead republican negotiator on the deal. Amazon's new sidewalk feature will share your internet connection with your neighbors. Sidewalk is a shared network. That launches on eligible amazon devices. Beginning june eighth and you can turn it off. Brett molina and mike snyder explained on the latest episode of the talking tech podcast. It's described by the company as a low bandwith shared network. That they say will not only allow your devices to work better but it also will help locate lost items so it kind of works a little bit like the network. That apple uses for its air. Ptacs amazon said sidewalk. Roll out to eligible echo devices on june eight. The way it works is users will share a small portion of their bandwidth which is then pulled together with others. That are other neighbors that are nearby. Sa- say you have an amazon device like a ring camera that's outside instead of just relying on your wi fi. It'll lean on other internet connections nearby and the idea behind it so that it works more effectively. It will roll out automatically to several devices including newer versions of devices.

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"overseas" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"overseas" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

"By all accounts, the proactive service operate provided by these special service taming camera has been excellent. There are countless stories on af of the SS as nine saving the day. Quanta says that the change was designed as a result of feedback from members. The loss of the Platinum one special service team comes just days after Qantas sacked staff at several of its overseas able latches as well with international flights. The Qods for the foreseeable future Qantas's contract lounge staff at overseas ports, including Hong Kong, and Singapore have been made redundant. WESTPAC has discontinued its range of American Express credit cards. These were originally designed to get around the Reserve Bank's interchange deregulations which, American Express is not subject to. But WESTPAC now says that there has been a change in consumer appetite for bundled critic Hud products. And of his life miles frequent flyer program is currently offering its best deal. Until the twenty eighth of September, you can get two hundred percent bonus miles when buying life models online. That is a very good deal, but they awesome risks involved as. The parent is currently involuntary administration and they have been reports of some star lines. Pawn aligns cancelling life miles, award tickets recently. That's what's making these night four more regular news updates and deals subscribe to the USTRALIAN. Frequent flags. It will follow US facebook and head over to Australian frequent flyer DOT COM dot e for all the details. Around Twenty, four, thousand Australians at currently registered with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade as trying to return to the country. Airlines estimate the real number is closer to one hundred thousand. But. At the moment I only three thousand, nine, hundred, fifty s trillions per week are allowed to return to the country due to the flat caps designed to alleviate pressure on Australia's hotel quarantine system. These caps are slowly being increased from next week Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced after yesterday's National Cabinet meeting that New South Wales will take an extra five hundred routine travelers per week starting Monday the twenty seventh of September. Queensland and Western trillion will increase the intake as well by two hundred per week from the same date. In Queensland will increase this by another three hundred per week from the fourth of October and West Australia by another three, hundred from the eleventh of October making noise increases the title of five hundred per week H. Well. By my calculations that will make it possible for up to five, thousand, four, hundred, seventy, five trillions..

"overseas" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports

Coronavirus + Sports

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"overseas" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports

"A signed shirt. Signed pair boots and so a lot of our contributions are going to be those types of involvements And I think that those are important as well And again we have the platform and we may not have the financial means necessarily or the stability as a league to say. Here's you know X. amount of euro or whatever but there are ways that we can help the situation and outside of my own Columbus. Well I've been. I've been really inspired to see the. The women's footballers and the women's clubs really stepping up to the plate in that regard. Finally Emily I know the answer to this part of it. But what are you most looking forward to win the endemic? Left's you hopefully essentially return to semi from personal non-football standpoint. I'm I'm so excited to be to be back in my community again again. Very very connected with with the very blank family And seeing my teammates You know hopefully I'll be. I'll be back playing again. No clear from all of this and I think that football I mean they call it they call it the beautiful game for a reason and I think it has the capacity to bring people together in amazing ways. I think that this is an opportunity for us to see that and I think the moment that we can all return to football collectively as whole is going to be a really beautiful moment for the sport independent of of what club you support. So I'm really looking forward to seeing seeing that sort of comeback. Emily Dolan professional player for Al. Betty's I wish you all the best future and own your Rehab. Thanks very much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. The health and economic issues surrounding the pandemic for these athletes are clearly top of the agenda. But something that continues to surface is the worry of the unknown. Where am I going to play in a year from now? Well my contract be protected. We'll action return and most importantly will I be ready to live up to expectation. These are all legitimate questions. And when you're an American athlete playing abroad. They're not easy to answer. The hope is that there is support and guidance. Along the way so athletes can make a clear decision on their future and equally their employers offer as much protection as possible. Thanks to prehensile an Emily Dolan for joining me today. We'll continue bringing you the stories throughout the corona virus crisis. If you like what we're doing please recommend this to a friend or family member and leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts. It really helps others find a show. You can listen to Corona Virus and sports for Free. Wherever you get your podcast and be sure to subscribe or follow us for the latest episodes. Stay safe.

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"overseas" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"overseas" Discussed on KTOK

"Overseas fox news alert a targeted strike I'm Lisa listen general because seems so la Monte the head of Iran's elite Quds force and other comp Aronian officials killed in an airstrike at Baghdad International Airport the Pentagon just issuing a statement moments ago reading a part that the US military took decisive action by killing so the money the Pentagon also saying general so la Monte approve the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad it took place this week and saying this strike was aimed at deterring future Ronnie an attack plants the US will continue to take all necessary action the Pentagon says to protect our people and our interests wherever they are around the world to give an idea who stole the money is response were clearly not just hundreds of American troops but depending on has a number stole money and his to Ronnie impacts your malicious or spot or killing over six hundred American troops during your rapport Sox's Lucas Tomlinson repeating the Pentagon saying the US military is killed because seems all the money the head of Iran's elite Quds force at the direction of president trump the trump administration announcing a partial ban on some vaping products to try to cut the use of the cigarettes by teens health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar E. cigarette off ramp from addiction must not come at the expense of the cigarettes being an on ramp to nicotine for a new generation of children which is what is occurring today he's I say is make use of E. cigarettes are supposed to apply for authorization to bring products to market but never did and federal agencies never enforced it but now they will and will target manufacturers who try to make the products for under eight users have been brown only menthol and tobacco products will be allowed to remain on the market seven gang members charged in state and federal court in the shooting death.

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"overseas" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"overseas" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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