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"rasa kaye" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Along with Rasa Kaye. Thanks for spending part of your morning with us. I have a plan for that, that slogan has become a recognisable Meam and strategy being employed by democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren, Michael shear of the Washington Post has been following the senator's campaign joins us now. Michael hausa. Massachusetts Senator differentiating herself from her competitors. Pug, nations. Walk is her current identity on the trail and she's done it. You know, with very aggressive attitude, and approach also aggressive and detailed set of policies, that have really set the, the, the political conversation in the democratic primary, everything from wealth tax of two percent on every dollar that someone has more than fifty million dollars to do rather dramatic plans to. Make higher education, free and relief people there. Their lows are any of these policies geared toward the middle of the voters who might agree with her on certain things. Yeah. I think it's fair to say the most of these policies. Are, you know, if you buy middle you mean middle income, that's certainly the case? There broadly redistributionist policies, the premises that government over the last twenty or thirty years has been weighted too heavily interested very wealthy, and she was going to tax them to take away their money. Regulate businesses in a way, they haven't been regulated before. And then redistribute that money to people who are more middle income who are struggling why is she running behind Joe Biden in polls? Well, we don't know where the polls will be a year and a half or year when people start voting who what we do know is that, you know. Speaking poll. The year out are not always predictive, and they tend to reflect things like name ID, and people actually know in the pollster calls and Joe Biden clearly wins that contest with Bernie Sanders who ran last time became very familiar warned same ideas, also very high, but I don't think people know her as a potential presidential candidate, I think they're still getting to know her. So, you know, the question now is whether Bernie Sanders, and Joe Biden are able to maintain their polls going forward or whether they're going to as happened in the past fall as a campaign, pursuit goes on. We're speaking with Michael share of the Washington Post. Michael, your story talks about how many places and appearances Elizabeth Warren has made that she far outdistancing the rest of the people running. I don't have statistics for every candidate running. But I would bet that she is not the top in terms of the number of events and town halls and questions. She's taken from the press. Question. She's taken from audiences. She's very close to that. And that's a combination of very aggressive schedule. And the fact that she was the first to one of the first to announce the end of last year that she was going to be running for president. So she's kept up. This schedule from the beginning the idea there is strategic, you know, not just tactical. They're trying to make it so that she is more comfortable when people tune in she can handle the questions from the press. She can handle the questions from the is, she'll be able to be very comfortable on the debate stage. And she's just been drilling herself over and over again. I think it's twenty states now, post DC, and the Puerto Rico that she's attended. She's been, I think by far the most aggressive and taking photographs with voters events famously stay until the last one, you know, raises their iphone to take a picture with her. Sometimes hours after vents to meet without of people. So it sounds like she's trying to connect with people really one on one. And again, it's you know, it's to deal with concerns that she may not be electable, which has always been. One of the things dog curb it also to work on something she's never done before. I mean, she's a college professor who only got into politics few years ago when she first came down to Washington to help set up the consumer financial protection bureau and help regulate the Bank bailouts and, and then ran Senator from Massachusetts. Thanks, michael. Michael shear of the Washington Post..

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Deal along with Rasa Kaye. Thanks for spending part of your morning with us. I have a plan for that, that slogan has become a recognisable Meam end strategy being employed by democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren, Michael shear of the Washington Post has been following the senator's campaign and joins us now Michael, how's the Massachusetts Senator differentiating herself from her competitors who serve a pug, nations walk because her current identity on the trail, and she's done, you know, with very aggressive attitude and approach and also aggressive and detailed set of policies that have really started to set the, the political conversation in the democratic primary, everything from wealth tax of two percent on every dollar that. Someone has more than fifty million dollars to do, you know, rather dramatic plans to make higher education free and and relieve people of their student loans. Are any of these policies geared toward the middle of the voters who might agree with her on certain things? Yeah. I think I think it started to say that most of these policies are, are, you know, if you buy middle you mean middle income, that's certainly the case. There broadly redistributionist policies, the premises that government over the last twenty or thirty years. It's been weighted too heavily interest very wealthy, and she is going to tax them to take away their money regulate businesses. In a way, they haven't been regulated before. And then redistribute that money to people who are more middle income who are struggling why is she running behind Joe Biden in polls? Well, we don't know where the polls will be a year and a half year. When people start voting what we do know is that, you know, generally speaking polls, a year out are not always predictive, and they tend to reflect things like name. Ide- and people actually know in the pollster calls and Joe Biden clearly wins that contest with Bernie Sanders who ran last time became very familiar warns. Aim ideas, also very high, but I don't think people know her as a potential presidential candidate, I think they're still getting to know her. So, you know, the question now is whether Bernie Sanders, and Joe Biden are able to maintain their polls going forward or whether they're going to as happened in the past, all as a campaign, pursuit, because on we're speaking with Michael share of the Washington Post Michael your story talks about how many places and appearances Elizabeth Warren has made that she far outdistancing the rest of the people running. I don't have statistics for every candidate running. But I would bet that she is not the top in terms of the number of events and town halls and questions. She's taken from the press questions. She's taken from audiences. She's, she's very close to that. And that's a combination of very aggressive schedule. And the fact that she was the first to one of the first to announce the end of last year that she was going to be running for president. So she's kept up. This schedule from the beginning the idea there is strategic, you know, not not just tactical. They're trying to make it so that she is more comfortable. When people tune in, you can handle the questions from the press. She can handle the questions from the and she'll be able to very comfortable on the debate stage. And she's just been drilling herself over and over again. I think it's twenty states now plus DC, and the and Puerto Rico that she's attended. She's been, I think by far the most aggressive and taking photographs with voters eventual famously stay until the last one, you know, raises their iphone, take a picture with her. Sometimes hours after vents to me without of people. So it sounds like she's trying to connect with people really one on one. I think that's right. And again, it's you know, it's to deal with concerns that she may not be electable, which has always been, you know, one of the things that dog or but also to work on something she's never done before. I mean, she's a college professor who only got into politics two years ago when she first came down to Washington to help set up the consumer financial protection bureau and help regulate the Bank bailouts and then ran Senator from Massachusetts. Thanks, michael. Michael shear of the Washington Post..

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Rasa Kaye is here with more of America's First News legend. The house has scheduled to vote today to authorize contempt cases against attorney general William bar, and former White House counsel, Don Mcgann for failing to comply with subpoenas from the democratic controlled house, but will hold off on actually suing now that the Justice Department's cooperating, it's great to give congress key evidence collected by rubber Muller that House Judiciary committee members believe will eliminate possible obstruction of Justice and abuse of power by President Trump the pilot of an executive helicopter died in a fiery crash on the roof of Manhattan skycraper skyscraper though. The flames were extinct, which quickly firefighters worked to control leaking fuel from the aircraft for hours, pilot, Ed ABC news. Contributor, Steve geared says footage of the chopper shortly. For the rainy weather crush suggests. It was in trouble. Looks like he's in and out of the clouds he disappears inside the clouds and that's bad. You cannot be flying inside the clouds, unless you're underwriter, contact and talking to air traffic control. The NTSB is on the case of what officials say appears to have been a failed emergency landing, former Red Sox slugger. David Ortiz was rushed back to Boston yesterday. His injuries from point blank shooting in the Dominican Republic Sunday worse than I thought former teammate, Pedro Martinez offered his reaction to the news on the MLB network. But I'm so this appointed to know that someone like David who saved so many lives. Kim have someone after his life. And I'm sorry, I. The Red Sox sent the medical plan for him to continue his care at Mass General, the NBA finals will continue with game six in Oakland Thursday night after the Golden State Warriors topped the Toronto Raptors by one skinny point, US customs and border protection officials say photos of travelers made at airports and land border crossings and their license plates have been exposed in a malicious cyber attack on a federal subcontractor that's fresh concerns about its privacy practices being raised just as the agencies trying to expand its collection of sensitive data North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN's half brother was reportedly a CIA source. Kim Jong nam was killed in a two thousand seventeen attack in Malaysia. The Wall Street Journal reports he'd met with agency operatives and may have been in contact, but security services of other countries including China and a large British study suggests widowed, and divorced, men have significantly higher odds of death due to heart disease than widowed and divorced women of the same marital status. Single men are more likely to survive heart failure than single women. Others say when it comes to heart disease just focusing on medical problem. Probably not enough. Thanks, rasa. It is seven minutes before the hour.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Along with Rasa Kaye. Thanks for spending part of your morning with us. I have a plan for that, that slogan has become a recognisable mean end a strategy being employed by democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren. Michael shear of the Washington Post has been following those senators campaign and joins us now Michael Hausa. Massachusetts Senator differentiating herself from her competitors pug, nations, walk because her current identity on the trail, and she's done, you know, with very aggressive attitude and approach, it also addresses and detailed set of policies, that have really started to set the political conversation in the democratic primary everything from a wealth tax of two percent on every dollar that someone has more than fifty. A million dollars to do rather dramatic plans to. Make higher education free. And, and believe people of their student loans are any of these policies geared toward the middle of the voters who might agree with her on certain things. Yeah. I think I think it's fair to say that most of these policies are, are, you know, if you buy middle you mean middle income, that's certainly the case. There broadly redistributionist policies, the premises that government over the last twenty or thirty years has been weighted too heavily interested very wealthy, and she is going to tax them to take away their money, regulate businesses in a way they haven't been regulated before. And then redistribute that money to people who are more middle income who are struggling why is she running behind Joe Biden in polls? Well, we don't know where the polls will be a year and a half year. When people start voting what we do know is that, you know. Speaking poll. The year out are not always predictive, and they tend to reflect things like name ID, and people actually know in the pulsar calls and Joe Biden. Clearly wins that contest with Bernie Sanders who ran last time became very familiar warns. Aim ideas, also very high, but I don't think people know her as a attentional presidential candidate. I think they're still getting to know her. So the question now is, whether it brings Henderson, and Joe Biden are able to maintain their polls going forward or whether they're going to has happened in the past fall as a campaign pursuit. Because on speaking with Michael share of the Washington Post. Michael, your story talks about how many places and appearances of Elizabeth Warren has made that she far outdistancing the rest of the people running. I don't have to ticks for every candidate running. But I would bet that she is, is, this is not the top in terms of the number of events and town halls and questions. She's taken from the press. Question. She's taken from audiences. She's, she's very close to that. And that's a combination of a very aggressive schedule in the fact that she was the first to one of the first to announce the end of last year that she was going to be running for president. So she's kept up. This schedule from the beginning the idea there is strategic, you know, not just tactical. They're trying to make it so that she is more comfortable when people tune in she can handle the questions from the press. She can handle the questions from the island, she'll be able to be very comfortable on the debate stage. And she's just been drilling herself over and over again. I think it's twenty states now post TC in the and Puerto Rico that she's attended. She's been, I think by far the most aggressive and taking photographs with voters at her eventual famously stay until the last one, you know, raises their high phone to take a picture with her. Sometimes hours after events to meet with house of people. So it sounds like she's trying to connect with people really one on one. I think that's right. And again, it's it's to deal with concerns that she may not be electable, which has always been. You know, when things it's dogged her, but also to work on something she's never done before. I she's a college professor who only got into politics, a few years ago when she first came down to Washington to help set up the consumer financial protection bureau and help regulate the Bank bailouts and then ran Senator from Massachusetts. Thanks, michael. Michael shear of the Washington Post..

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Deal along with Rasa Kaye. It's time now to go beyond the headlines. This morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories he'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, it's becoming abundantly clear that we need saving from ourselves. Jim when it comes to our more exotic pets after the CDC was compelled to issue another warning about getting too cozy with our animals this time about hedgehogs at least eleven people in eight states have been affected by a salmonella outbreak that the CDC says is linked to pet hedgehogs. The CDC also warn people should not kiss or snuggle the spiny animals because they can spread salmonella germs to your face and mouth and make you sick. At least one person has been hospitalized in relation to the outbreak. This comes on the heels of a warning the CDC put out in October of last year advising people that it wasn't a great idea to dress up your pet chicken and parade them around on Halloween night for fear that passersby could contract salmonella from petting the costume birds and then not washing their hands immediately afterwards. Not really that funny. But it's kind of funny like who has hedgehogs I said that the newsroom in Rossa pipes up, and she's like everybody, I know has had hedgehogs I got three hedgehogs in the car. I don't know anyone with people. Having them. I mean, they look they look cute. Yeah. Yeah. And I guess because because there's only a limited area where you can kiss them. Probably right. You're not gonna kiss the spikes to get a kiss them. Like right on the head or something. So I know wheelhouse, snakes and hedgehogs not on your list, at least, they're cute. Yeah. Yes. Like snakes. And if you're looking for a summer job, Jen that involves a lot of driving, and that's guaranteed to make people do a double take. We've definitely got one for you. Oscar Mayer has announced they are hiring for a driver also known as a hot dog to operate their one of their icon, a twenty-seven foot long wiener mobiles to travel coast to coast.

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Queen urges common ground in remarks seen as Brexit nod

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Queen urges common ground in remarks seen as Brexit nod

"Is particularly strong among generation Z ages thirteen to twenty one four millennials Facebook leads the market. I'm Rasa Kaye with your money now solid gains on Wall Street right now the Dow's up two hundred five points to twenty four seven fifty eight. The NASDAQ is up one point three percent ninety four point eighty five to seventy one sixty eight and ESPN five hundred with a gain of twenty five and a half sitting at twenty six sixty seven for the day and up almost a percentage points. We check news money news every thirty minutes at fifty twenty and fifty past the hour. Your next update at eleven twenty and traffic and weather next. Komo news time ten fifty one

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Rasa Kaye is here with more of America's First News. But no progress on reopening, the government, the Republican Senate Bill failed way of voter fifty to forty seven and the democratic Bill lost by fifty to forty four some Democrats are floating the idea of a measure that would give President Trump the sum of money. He wants for border security as long as there isn't any funding for the wall, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina's Trump told him he is now willing to shift his stance on asylum guidelines and his position on young immigrants, but Democrats need to support a barrier on the southern border. We're talking about a three week CR and all of us believe if we had three weeks what the government open all the discord coming from shutdown that we could find a way for to produce a Bill that he would sign that would be good for everybody in the country. But we need that opportunity longtime Trump associated Roger stone has been. United. He was arrested this morning on multiple criminal charges stemming from the special counsels Russia investigation, including witness, tampering obstruction and false statements. According to the indictment, some of those false statements were made to the house intelligence committee. President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen has now been subpoenaed to testify before the Senate intelligence committee in mid-february despite continuing concerns about his safety Cohen's lawyer Lanny Davis says Commonwealth comply and testify behind closed doors, but he told ABC congress should protect Cohen against threats from the White House is any American Trump or non Trump supporter support that kind of demagogic reckless interference with congress as well as obstruction of Justice three people including the gunman are dead after shootings overnight near the state college main campus of Penn State university police say the suspect shot and killed a woman who may have been his girlfriend at a restaurant then broke into a nearby home fatally shooting a man there before turning the gun on himself gun violence two locations in one. Georgia town overnight is left four dead. One wounded and an armed suspect on the loose rock mart. Police chief Keith sorrel says the shootings took place just a few blocks part Paul. We have two different crime scenes. Probably three blocks.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTRH

"Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye this morning, there's a certain way the rich people approach problems. And it helps explain why the rich this morning's Gordon Deal has details for speaking with Katie hill editor at market watch. And she's written a piece entitled rich people approach problems like this. And it helps explain why they're wealthy art. So set this up. So first of all I'll start with Optimus optimism is what this what the trend is really about. But Optimus are people who are far more likely to make smart money moves than pessimistic. According to new research, it was just released this week. So they're more likely to save for major purchases. Other more likely to get creative with how they save money. They're more likely to have an emergency fund. So I looked at that research on optimism. And then there's also other research showing that optimists center earn more money than pessimism. They're more likely to get promoted at among the ultra high net worth they overwhelmingly described. Self an optimist. So I thought there's some pretty strong data from a lot of different sources about how optimism can really help you become richer in some ways is that a self fulfilling prophecy like you get promoted because you're an optimist and there for you believe you'll get promoted. Yeah. So here's what they think is happening here. So you know, optimise or people who had they expect things to happen. And they believe that their behavior batters, I say believe that not only can good things happen. But it's all it's not just all about luck. They believe that their actions can change that because they think they can make a difference in that they're more motivated to ask. So that would they think is happening here is optimised. Thanks. Hey, I can make this happen. You know, I know things can happen on the person who can make them happen. And they act and then the good things do happen. And they think that's what's going on. Here. Why you're seeing richer people more likely to be optimistic while you're saying option, it's become a little bit better. But money all of that is is because of that optimism, I presume generally goes along with good. Good attitude. So you can understand why those folks get promoted you want them around you you you want. Certainly probably something to do with it too. Right. Is it, you know, people like, oh, that's pretty happy. Go getter kind of thing. And and that's certainly into it to any evidence. That shows, you know, they're not everything is all rosy for opposite. If you need to be a rational optimist, you know, little things like that. Like, for instance, one study found that optimists who start businesses are actually a little more likely to fail. The test miss because they didn't get all those negatives. But for the most part optimism and really highly league to earning more money being handling your money better. All that stuff with Katie hill editor at marketwatch. She's written a piece about the importance of optimism, especially at work. So if you feel that you are not an optimist. How do you try to become one? I love this everyone. I spoke you said you absolutely become anonymous. And I I read a bunch of studies on this. Because I thought it must be hard to go from being a pessimist. Would that must be difficult. Not really you could do little things everything. There was one huge study that showed that. Been five minutes every day and that your best possible. Selves, just five minutes a day. You you see an immediate effects on optimism levels, and that grows over the week. So that's five minutes a day, a psychologist. I said, you know, is another thing you can do your practice. Gratitude every day sitting here like five minutes in the evening or something. You're thinking about what you're grateful for that day, marketwatch's Catey hill with this morning's Gordon Deal is thirty minutes after the.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye this morning, there's a certain way the rich people approach problems Senate it helps explain why the rich this morning's Gordon Deal has details. We're speaking with Katie hill editor at market watch. And she's written a piece entitled rich people approach problems like this. And it helps explain why they're wealthy art. So set this up first of all I'll start with Optimus optimism is what this what the trend is really about. But Optimus are people who are far more likely to make smart money moves than pessimistic. According to new research, it was just released this week. So they're more likely to save for major purchases. Other more likely to get creative with how they save money. They're more likely to have an emergency fund. So I looked at that research on optimism. And then there's also other research showing that optimists center earn more money than pessimism. They're more likely to get promoted at among the ultra high net worth they overwhelmingly describes itself optimist. So I thought there's some pretty strong data from a lot. Lot of different sources about how optimism can really help you become richer in some ways is that a self fulfilling prophecy like you get promoted because you're an optimist in there for you believe you'll get promoted. Yeah. What they think is happening here. So, you know, people who had they expect things to happen. And they believe that their behavior batteries that they believe that not only can good things happen. But it's all it's not just all about luck. They believe that their actions can change that because they think they can make a difference in that they're more motivated to act. So that would they think is happening here is optimised. Thanks. Hey, I can make this happen. You know, I know good things can happen at odd the person who could make them happen. And they asked the good things do happen. And they think that's what's going on. Here. Why you're seeing richer people more likely to be optimistic while you're saying optimism know, become a big a little bit better. But money all of that is is because of that optimism, I presume generally goes along with good attitudes. So you can understand why those folks get promoted you want them around you you want. Certainly probably something to do with it too. Right. Is it, you know, people like, oh, that's pretty happier. Like, they're real go getter kind of thing. And and that's certainly going into it to any evidence. That shows, you know, they're not everything is all rosy for to be a rational optimist, just, you know, little things like that. Like, for instance, one study found that, you know, optimistic you start businesses are actually a little more likely to fail because they didn't get fitter all those negatives. Before the most parts optimism is really highly league to earning more money being handling your money better all that stuff speak with Katie hill editor at marketwatch. She's written a piece about the importance of optimism, especially at work. So if you feel that you are not an optimist, how do you try to become one? I love this everyone. I spoke you said been absolutely becoming ominous. And I I read a budget studies on this because I thought it must be hard to go from being a pessimist. Would that must be difficult. Not really you could do little things every single day. There was one huge study that showed that if you've been five minutes every day and that your best possible selves, just five minutes a day. You you see all the immediate effects of optimism levels, and that grows over the week. So that five minutes a day psychologists, I said, you know, was another thing you can do you. Practice. Gratitude every day, then you're like five minutes in the evening or something just thinking about what you're grateful for that day, marketwatch's Catey hill with this morning's Gordon Deal is thirty minutes after the hour on this morning. America's First News..

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rasa Kaye, reminder, we can connect on social media friend us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter with the username thismorningshow expecting massive turnout. Democratic officials in Iowa are considering many changes to the first of the nation caucus, and how will be conducted tasha correctly. Politico has more on the mother of all caucuses Natasha. What were the issues that marred the two thousand sixteen Iowa caucus hugger, so many issues there were long lines voting was incredibly close? It's two tenths of a percentage point that separated pretty standard than Hillary Clinton. Bernie sanders. People thought things in the correct way and ask for correct body with people in different of these different precinct caucuses across the state. This is a whole lot of Panthers. And I it sort of expose the system. That's very it's still done by hand counting there. My hand. Check in a voter registration than by hand. That type of thing. So there was a lot of distrust that resulted from it in the end Hillary Clinton wanted it was very very close. So what are they trying to do to prepare for February third twenty twenty trying to book larger places with realization that they're going to have huge crowds. And it's not just picking any place. That's large. It has to be, you know, ABA successful. It has to have done the capabilities for why they weren't trying to digitize things for the first time, including the check in process, which you know. Beeping sound simple. But when you're when you're asking all these people to come into a room, and and go to the caucus process you need. Who's coming in? Where are they in the right place that type of thing? So they're trying to teach that which means having computers, but the biggest change it is possible changes under consideration is allowing absentee voting and allowing voting over the phone and ability that if that goes through it, there's tens of thousands of people who would take advantage of us in Iowa. Ethnic. Devoting boys aren't allowed in the past Democratic National Committee. Last year and said they wanted to expand accessibility. These carcasses to more people, including those who are unable to actually physically attend on caucus day. So that is really good experimental probably end up. Factoring in in some way, or another to strategy for pain. How they tabulate. What leads you to believe this will be one for the ages? The diversity in the in the field. That's already happened. You know, you're thirty has four women running you have, you know, governor Senator Jeff African Americans. More harris. Cory Booker might get in. You have a walking Castro from from taxes. So there's an natural numbers. This could be one of the most crowded field could seen in decades. But in in just diversity of people. So you could end up engaging all kinds of different constituencies that don't typically come out, and they're they're looking at them workers from twenty eighteen midterms where they saw this huge surge in turn out, and that was driven in large part anti Trump sentiment on so. Overseeing all kinds of signs now longline coming out and went through Iowa here to see her. You know, what we're seeing the same in other parts of the country too. So. You know, I it it's a little bit of all those factors. But yes, mother Volks officers could be twenty twenty and as you wrote this is worlds away from the Jimmy Carter days. Right. You know, there's a lot of long time. You know, it was it was very clean because sit around, you know, reporters could sit in the same room, which is in the living room. Where the caucus was playing out times change so much. There's so much more engagement, and there's more efforts to get more mile walk. The old Jimmy Carter days sitting in somebody's dining room, and and talking. At least for caucus day. That's longer. It's going to be larger venues accommodate all kinds of the crowds. Could also make it more accessible for people who might have issues downstairs, and that tech thing. Thanks to tasha Natasha correctly of politico..

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Three one W G Y. Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye this morning, there's a certain way the rich people approach problems. And it helps explain why the rich this morning's Gordon Deal has details for speaking with Katie hill editor at market watch. And she's written a piece entitled rich people approach problems like this. And it helps explain why they're wealthy art. So set this up first of all I'll start with Optimus optimism is what this what the trend is really about. But Optimus are people who they're far more likely to make smart money moves than pessimistic? According to new research, it was just released this week. So we're likely to save for major purchases other more likely to get creative with how they save money. They're more likely to have an emergency fund. So I wanted that research on optimism, and then there's also other research showing that optimists center earn more money than posted. They're more likely to get promoted at among the ultra high net worth they overwhelmingly described himself as op. So I thought there some pretty strong data from a lot of different sources about how optimism can really help you become richer in some ways is that a self fulfilling prophecy like you get promoted because you're an optimist in there for you believe you'll get promoted. Yes. What they think is happening here. So you Optimus or people who have they expect good things to happen. And they believe that their behavior batters able lead that not only can good things happen. But it's all is not just all about luck. They believe that their actions can change that because they think they can make a difference said that they're more motivated to ask. So that would they think is happening here is optimised. Thanks. Hey, I can make this happen. You know, I know good things can happen. At odds could make them happen. And then they act and then the good things do happen. And they think that's what's going on. Here. Why you're seeing richer people more likely to be optimistic while you're saying optimism Mito become a little bit better. But money all of that is is because of that optimism, I presume generally goes along with good attitudes. So you can understand why those folks get promoted you want them around you you want. Probably something to do with it too. Right. Is that you know, people like oh. Pretty happy to go get her, and and that's really playing into it. To any evidence. That shows not everything is all rosy for. If you need to be a rational optimist. You know, little things like that. Like, for instance, one study found that you know, optimists you start businesses are actually a little more likely to fail. Maybe because they didn't get fitter all those negatives before the most parts optimism is really highly league to earning more money being handling your money better. All that stuff. We're speaking with Katie hill editor at marketwatch. She's written a piece about the importance of optimism, especially at work. So if you feel that you are not an optimist. How do you try to become one? I love this everyone I soaked. You said you'd been absolutely becoming obvious. And I I read a budget studies on this because I thought it might be hard to go from being a pessimist would let that must be difficult. Not really you could do little things every single day. There's one huge study that showed that have you been five minutes every day and that evening your best possible. South just five minutes a day. You see an immediate effects on optimism levels in that grows over the week. So that five minutes a day, a psychologist. I said, you know, it was another thing. You can do you practice? Gratitude every day, then you're like five minutes in the evening or something. You're thinking about what you're grateful for that day, marketwatch's Catey hill with this morning's Gordon Deal is thirty minutes after the hour on this morning. America's First News. Five thirty at News Radio one zero three one WG wine..

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"On this morning. Rasa Kaye is back with more of America's First News. Gordon, congress has effectively given up on trying to reopen a quarter of the federal government until after the new year that hands the job of reopening, the federal government to Democrats when they take control of the house in January negotiations stalled out among Republican and democratic leaders as President Trump demands five billion dollars in funding for his proposed wall at the US, Mexico border, Republican Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana on FOX and friends called the border wall. The most important bipartisan issue not in terms of the government functioning. But absolutely in terms of security in the southern border. Hopefully, the leverage that is going to be exerted by either side is how do we secure the US Mexican border? And we don't have caravans of thousands of folks coming every other month to enter our country illegally Stanislas, kind of California. Authorities say the man suspected of killing a police officer there Wednesday is in the country illegally. They're not publicly. I. Defying the man suspected of shooting corP, Ron L sing during a traffic stop. But police chief Randy Richardson says they know who he is. And that they're pursuing every lead. We will find him. We will arrest him, and we will bring him to Justice Karpal Singh had been with the department for more than seven years. He leaves behind a wife and baby. The consumer confidence index sank to its lowest since July the Conference Board says consumers views of current economic conditions and their outlook for the next six months. Both fell in December one factor that took Wall Street on a wild ride yesterday that ended with a late day comeback to push the Dow up two hundred sixty points about trade global growth what's going on in the rest of the world, as we know whatever happens abroad washes up on our shores, we're not an island can be walled off from the rest of the world. And in fact, it is that financial markets are reacting to now grant Thornton chief economist, I answered Lanka says investors should buckle in for more volatility in two thousand nineteen Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar lawyers have filed suit to get his convictions or death sentence overturned claiming it was impossible for him to get a fair trial in Boston. So naive was convicted and sentenced to death in two thousand five. Fifteen for his role in the shrapnel packed pressure cooker bombings that killed three and wounded hundreds more during the two thousand thirteen Boston marathon, thank you Rossa. It is six minutes.

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E-cigarette usage nearly doubles in U.S. high-schools

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:07 min | 2 years ago

E-cigarette usage nearly doubles in U.S. high-schools

"Nearly doubled this year in the annual survey on drug use among adolescents federally funded researchers reported earlier today that more than one in three high school seniors and nearly one in three sophomores said they vape at least once in the past year. Nearly twenty one percent of high school seniors say the vape a nicotine product up eleven percent from the year ago, the largest one year increase of any substance abuse or substance use rather in the surveys forty-three year history federal officials called the rise in vaping alarming. Anti-smoking activists want more education about the potential harms of nicotine, addiction and more oversight of the way the growing e cigarette industry markets their products that said, by the way. Use of other illicit drugs. Among teens was flat or declined students are drinking less with lower rates have been shrieking or being drunk misuse of prescription opioids also decreased he cigarettes, by the way, we're developed to help adult smokers quit tobacco. It's eight minutes. Now in front of the hour on this morning. Rasa Kaye is back

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rasa Kaye is back with more of America's First News. Gordon, federal law prohibits foreign contributions to federal campaigns political action committees and inaugural funds by the New York Times reports federal prosecutors are looking into whether people from Middle Eastern nations used straw donors to disguise their donations to President Trump's inaugural committee and a pro Trump superpac in hopes of buying influence. The Senate voted to withdraw US military aid for Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen. And to blame the kingdom's crown prince for the murder of journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy announced the tally which included Republicans. Joining Democrats in the rebuke the results are fifty six days and forty one as the resolution is agreed to as minted President Trump has vowed to veto the largely symbolic measure democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says congressional Democrats will seek to obtain. President Trump's tax returns when they take control of the house in January. She admits it's likely to be a challenging process, and that the House Ways, and means committee will take the lead on it. The suspect NFL Strasbourg Christmas market attack claimed by Islamic state is dead killed in a shootout with French police after a dramatic two day manhunt police tracked sheriff Shikata to a warehouse on the outskirts of the city late yesterday. Three people were killed several others wounded in Tuesday night's violence. The French government urged demonstrators to take a break after the attack in Strasbourg, some yellow Vesta leaders say they're willing to stand down. But others have vowed to continue protests against economic inequality for the fifth straight weekend. The department of education says it will erase it student debt for some fifteen thousand borrowers the borrower defense to repayment is an Obama era rule that secretary Betsy DeVos had been blocking for more than a year, the cancelled debt, primarily to for profits trade schools will total about one hundred fifty million dollars. Well, despite its name carnival. Cruise lines new one hundred eighty thousand tonne mardi gras cruise ship will sail from port Canaveral Florida. Not New Orleans once it's completed twenty twenty it will include an open air roller coaster on its top deck the first of its kind. Ridiculous. It's not. It's awesome. Wow. I definitely do. It. Put the whole concept is just ridiculous. Did they explain how it floats hundred eighty thousand tonnes just just floats science floats on science that class? I did not do well in school. Thank you. Ross six minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The, hour, now Rasa Kaye has returned with more of America's First News well Mike Senator John McCain's body will be taken to Washington DC to lie in state in the capitol rotunda becoming just the. Thirteenth former Senator. To, receive the distinguished honor, a ceremonies, planned this, morning we're house speaker Paul, Ryan Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell vice President Mike Pence, will present rates members of the public can pay their respects late. Today Jennifer Hudson Aretha Franklin's personal choice to play her in a bio-pic just, one of the performers set, to pay, tribute at, the Queen of souls. Private funeral in Detroit today Stevie Wonder Chaka Khan Ariana GRANDE A faith hill gospel stars and Franklin son Edward all expected to perform during the service at greater grace temple where former President. Bill Clinton will offer eulogy at our make America great again rally in Evansville Indiana President Trump threatened to intervene in law enforcement decisions at the Justice department telling supporters investigations into his campaign. Are disgrace fault what's happening is a disgrace and at some. Point, I, wanted to stay out but at some point if it doesn't straighten out properly I wanted to do their job I will get involved and I'll get in there by half on the eve. Of the Labor. Day, weekend President Trump is, cancelling pay, raises do, in January for most civilian, federal employees Trump cited the significant cost of employing federal, workers as justification and called for federal worker pay to be based. On performance and critical skill sets a federal judge has sentenced former Bridgeport Connecticut, diocese Monsignor Kevin wall to, nine months, in prison, after he Again failed a court mandated drug test convicted of dealing methamphetamine and dubbed Monsignor meth, while in tested, positive for the private the presence of amphetamine at a rehab center three weeks ago a California man's charged with making more than a. Dozen. Menacing, calls to the, Boston Globe and threatening to shoot employees in the head. After the newspaper spearheaded August sixteenth nationwide editorial response against President Trump's assault. On the media rapper chain of Encinos charged with one count of making threatening. Communications in interstate commerce,.

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Automatic Soap Dispensers Consumption Market Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast 2023 – Market Gazette

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Automatic Soap Dispensers Consumption Market Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast 2023 – Market Gazette

"Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon. Deal along with Ross a. k., new concerns about those. Hand sanitizer dispensers that have been placed in hospital rooms and hallways for staff visitors and patients to us research shows these alcohol based disinfectants help battle staph infections but other infections caused by bacteria that affect the digestive tract have increased over the. Past ten years or so researchers say they may have, found the cause studies show that several. Strains of these bacteria have begun adjusting to alcohol based hand sanitizers they're. Not resistant to the alcohol at. Least not yet but they're becoming more tolerant of it so the bottom line soap and water should be our number one protection it's eight minutes before the hour Rasa Kaye is here with more of America's First News Jennifer, the director of national intelligence Dan Coats confirms the. Intelligence community.

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Soccer headings may damage women's brains more

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Soccer headings may damage women's brains more

"Kushinka Rasa Kaye sitting, in wolf your daughter plays soccer take note women's brains appear to be more effective by heading a soccer ball than men's are researchers at Albert Einstein college of medicine, in New York used brain scans to show distinct patterns of damage. In the brains of female soccer players compare with Mel players and women. In general had. More of their brain matter affected that doesn't necessarily translate into symptoms and, none of, the. Women in the study had any more symptoms, than the, men did but it. May help explain why other studies have, shown. That female. Soccer players are more. Likely to report symptoms of concussion, than male players are the team study forty nine, men and forty-nine women who. All played, in amateur soccer leagues the. Women who headed more often had eight brain regions that show damage men, had three it's unclear Why women's brains showed more damage but researchers have pointed out that women have smaller necks than. Men which could cause the head to. Move differently perhaps shaking. And damaging the brain in different ways it's nine minutes before.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hour Rasa Kaye is here with more of America's First News John on the first of is criminal trial prosecutors told jurors Donald Trump's former election campaign chief lied and placed himself. Above the law they say Paul Manafort tried, to hide tens of millions of dollars of income and thirty foreign Bank accounts across three different countries he faces eighteen counts including Bank fraud President Trump was in, Tampa Florida last night to stump for Republican gubernatorial candidate congressman Ron Disentis he used the occasion to call for stricter voter ID requirements the only time you don't need, it in many cases is one you want to vote for a. President when you want to vote for a Senator when you want to. Vote for governor. Or a congressman Crazy Florida's primaries in four weeks transportation officials say the IRO Mexico pilots tried to abort, take-off in the face of advancing bad weather into. Rangel Mexico but they were too. Late and made an emergency landing in a field instead. Witnesses say they saw an explosion when. The. Plane went down, but while eighty-five people suffered injuries some serious everyone survived they're now calling. It the, Mendocino complex a seventy five thousand acre inferno forward by the ranch and river fires merging it's prompted mandatory evacuations in. Mendocino and lake counties, in northern California. Forty four thousand residents under, evacuation orders and close to twenty thousand homes are, in the fire. Zones just a day after the CBS board let, les Moonves. Stay on a CEO despite sexual misconduct allegations deadline Hollywood reports he. And other executives there are accused of destroying evidence and the companies increasingly bitter battle with national amusements for corporate control a heavily redacted filing In Delaware accuses, the, CPS executive using self destructing messaging app tiger text to communicate and systematically delete highly relevant documents. Graphic video from LAPD body cams was, released yesterday of a frantic police encounter with a violent hostage, taker, that resulted, in the hostages death. Police chief Michael Moore says Gemma Perez gave officers no choice press began to cut the innocent bystanders, throat with a knife That's, when three. Officers shot it for us to stop his actions and prevent him from killing the hostage crisis shot and killed Tragically the woman was also struck twice by gunfire and. She later died at a hospital it's a second police shooting of an armed bystander or hostage in LA in just six weeks police in Sweden have launched a manhunt after thieves swept some of the country's crown jewels. From a cathedral and escaped by speedboat to priceless crowns. And an orbit belonging to a seventeenth century king and Queen were heist it Tuesday during a church luncheon in the lakeside town Strang Ness when they saw, the two men running from the, cathedral to a boat and haven't. Seen him since tells like one of those movies like mission impossible. Very much with great scenery people are getting ideas for movies thanks Rasa coming up what it takes to buy a dream dress Make.

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More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress in 2018

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:41 min | 2 years ago

More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress in 2018

"Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald. Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail Keat, Lynn Huey burns has written a. Piece for, real clear politics called female GOP candidate so shoe the gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for, a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there. Are a few different reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to they note that there has been a along disparity between Republicans and Democrats in terms of, infrastructure here towards your crusading and helping and fundraising for women Candidates who seen that a. Lot on the democratic? Side and number one this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really. Fueling women on the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running this cycle a, couple of candidates I talked to noted that are running on. The Republican side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they, don't like to play identity politics. As they, called it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who could be? The, first women to represent their states and some cases in the, Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could break, a barrier this way it's not really a focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the. Issue Caitlyn one of those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she Running on Well she is running as a top ally of. President Trump she is very close, with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in. The Senate she has long represented Tennessee as. US congresswoman, in fact when she was elected to that post in the early, two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband. In office so she has recognized that she has broken. Some barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get. Into politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and. Her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular, in Tennessee traditional. Republican state he wanted pretty handily in two thousand sixteen candidate Like Blackburn it makes sense for her to. Run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some other places it's a little bit more difficult we're speaking. With Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those states that aren't heavily Trump country are the, women who are. Running getting away from the Trump message at all It really depends on the district and the state so for example and in. Arizona which has never sent a, woman to the US Senate before and we'll likely, do so given that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to see what the Trump effect will be, Arizona is a state that the president won, by just three points at the, state that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats. And so you have the the, the women candidates on the Republican side Martha mcsally a current congresswoman who was the first female combat first female woman first woman, to fly in a combat mission and in the air, force and you have Kelli ward. Who's a physician both vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself should Trump And motivate base, voters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"With Rasa Kaye? They, are the words some people dread back to school time to start spending on clothes and supplies and this year parents are expected to spend more than three hundred dollars per child as Alessandria. Melito of marketwatch tells us there are some places where you can get tax remerchandised why have as many as sixteen states eliminated state taxes Larry sixteen states that are participating in tax holidays and it. Could be as short as a weekend or as long as an entire week where they're giving parents a little bit of a break so if you are back to school shopping district little bit earlier than than some may consider the north and you could get It you could get as many as you. Want but it has to? Be under a certain threshold and then you'll get your get tax free, discount is this movement that's spreading it used to be. Just a few states, that were doing this right yeah so I mean I think it's become pretty. Common and Allstate's participate in it but that's also because some you know every state is different. So there are some states where they just don't have sales tax on anything so. This isn't an issue and then there are some states, where, they do have sales tax for most things but the items that you would typically buy for back to school clothing are so where they they don't or they have limited taxes on they. Charge taxes on them Alexandra how do retailers perceive this is this something they push forward to help them boost their bottom line Well I think everybody is just. Taking a different approach? To back to school shopping so some companies, are pushing back to school shopping earlier and it, might not necessarily be because of this tax rate. Shopping but just the fact that parents are looking to get really good deals because you can't, spend? Hundreds. Of dollars between, books are general supplies and clothes and things like that and, it could start as early, as mid, July for a lot. Of parents especially because of Amazon Amazon prime day there was research vessel jested, about forty percent of prime. Day shoppers are actually buying school supplies we're speaking with Allesandro Melito of marketwatch what, are some of the typical deals are they limited can you point to any specifics for some, deals I would say well aside from this tax free shopping you couldn't do. Some comparison shopping online you? Could set up like deal alerts and things like that are you could Person suggested using like this kind of, gift, cards that could kind of help, you you know you you pay a. Certain amount that get a little bit more on the gift. Card and um Things like that but definitely comparison shop online it's not all about in store you could do you could get a lot of. Good deals if you are? Just. Taking a, little bit more time I think news recently came. Out that low income parents are more likely to apply for credit, cards to pay for school supplies is that a good idea no. I mean, it's not a good idea could be very risky you don't, necessarily want to have a balance on any credit cards and interest rates could be as high as thirty percent or more but unfortunately if their kids do need clothes or they do need supplies a lot of people are turning to credit. Cards as one of the ways, to get there are, some, of, the supplies that. Schools require now involve computers and things that are more expensive or what kinds of supplies are we talking about. So I would, say it's pretty it's pretty basic pens pencils notebooks things like that I don't know. That, also Schools require students to have tablets I mean obviously we live in a row now whereas our phones are very helpful for students doing their homework on the go but it seems like it's. Coming from all angles Allesandro Melito, of marketwatch it's thirty, minutes, after, the hour on. This Morning America's first news.

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Roseanne racist remark seen in context of tone set by Trump

Hugh Hewitt

02:49 min | 3 years ago

Roseanne racist remark seen in context of tone set by Trump

"This morning rasa kaye is here with more of america's first news well gordon secretary of state mike pompeo says there's been progress toward a possible summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pompeo met with kim confidante kim yang chow who is set to handdelivered a letter to president trump today from the north korean leader contents unknown a twenty five percent tax on steel and ten percent tax on aluminum from the eu mexico and canada into the us started at midnight canadian prime minister justin trudeau objected strongly calling the tariffs and a front to our two nations military alliance the european commission is vowing to bring a case before the world trade organization and impose impose duties on us imports the reward for stephen wiggins is up to forty six thousand dollars police say he's the suspected killer of tennessee sheriff's deputy fatally shot during a traffic stop early wednesday the tennessee bureau of investigation says despite receiving hundreds of tips there have been no confirmed sightings of wiggins considered armed endanger highly anticipated jobs districts are out before the markets open economists expect the us added one hundred ninety thousand nonfarm jobs in may up from one hundred sixty four thousand the month before the unemployment rate is forecast to stay at three point nine percent denmark's the latest e you country to ban full face veils mainly this will affect muslim women wearing a niqab burqa amnesty international calls the voter discriminatory violation of women's rights but the justice minister says being able to see each other's facial expressions is a value in denmark to sponsors pulled their ads from full frontal with samantha b after the host used of vulgarity to describe ivanka trump on the show wednesday night be apologized as did her network tbs and the philadelphia zoo is working with police to locate three peacocks still missing since stalling traffic along the nearby busy schuylkill expressway wednesday night the zoo says peacocks have roamed off its property in the past but always turned four escape this time but one was found dead on the highway likely struck by surprised vehicle wow i like that zoo haven't been awhile since the kids were younger experience the unmatched beauty of dance in the desert at the world premiere of bali arizona's arocca at desert botanical garden performed under the desert sky artistic director yves anderson created this new ballet to inspire the sole reawaken human spirit and embrace.

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Labor Department, China and President discussed on The Brad and Dan Show

The Brad and Dan Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Labor Department, China and President discussed on The Brad and Dan Show

"One eight eight eight five seven four two seven two three is our telephone number and an in just a couple of minutes will run down the sports again for you for a final time this morning and we are here until until nine o'clock so one eight eight eight five seven four two seven two three and i hope that all of you have an opportunity to meet the police officers in your town and and and talk with them because it's a big it's a big help there's no there's no question no question about it and this is starting this month than we learned that it's going to go right through that it's not going to let up at all and good luck good luck to you and stay safe ten minutes before the hour i'm rasa kaye with your money now the labor department says the unemployment rate remained four point one percent for the sixth straight month that's a seventeen year low but only one hundred three thousand jobs were added in march ninety thousand less than forecast revisions to january and february's hiring numbers lower job gains in those two months by fifty thousand average hourly pay was up two point seven percent compared with a year earlier former south korean president park going high has a week to appeal her sentence today to twenty four years in prison a seoul court found park guilty in a string of corruption charges she and a confidant or alleged to have demanded bribes and donations from companies including samsung samsung seoul offices were searched by prosecutors today over allegations at sabotage workers efforts to strengthen labor unions the dow rallied again to add two hundred thirty nine points by the close the nasdaq climbed thirty four the s and p added twenty one but futures are sharp lower on new nervousness over a trade war with china and that's your money now.

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Before-and-After Photos Are the number 1 Thing That Inspires People to Lose Weight

Wall Street Journal This Morning

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Before-and-After Photos Are the number 1 Thing That Inspires People to Lose Weight

"Jennifer kushinka in for gordon deal along with rasa kaye thanks for spending part of your morning with us yes sometimes social media can be used in a very positive way thanks to a new survey by slimming world which is a uk based weight loss organization we know just how motivational it can be slimming world surveyed two thousand women trying to lose weight and found that seventy percent believed that social media inspired them on their journey whether it was through watching workout video seeing other people who transformed their bodies or following fitness influencers who share motivational and inspirational tips every day but the number one source of inspiration for these women was before and after or transformation photos ninety one percent of the women surveyed said transformation photos help them realize it is possible to reach their goals no matter how far fetched they may seem but as it goes with all things on social media before and after images should be taken with a grain of salt more likely than not the dramatic images our results of perfect lighting posture and at times even photoshop while those images can still inspire and motivate nick and also present and encourage unrealistic expectations it's nine minutes before the hour rasa kaye is here with more america's first news jan referring to what he calls china's unfair retaliation against earlier us trade actions president trump has instructed us trade officials to consider a hundred billion dollars in additional tariffs on china beijing today says it will definitely fight back firmly if the us persists in its protectionism president trump was flying back to dc after hosting a roundtable discussion on tax reform in west virginia and responded to reporters shouted questions about the fate of his embattled epa chief scott pruitt goal and energy country they love ruined i feel very strongly about scott pruitt and they love scott true true it's pricey international travel and office expenditures and relationship with lobbyists have drawn concerns from ethics experts and increasingly fellow republicans the trump administration plans to sanction oligarchs connected to ladimir putin trump's been pushed to issue penalties in the wake of russian cyberattacks election meddling in a nerve agent assault on a former double agent in the uk hewlett yes yulia scrape all shoot.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rasa kaye" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Locations mansur traffic i'm tony jordan a three my fm hollywood shows got the gossip jill what is going on well first our congratulations to john stay mostly just announced that he and his fiancee are pregnant herve ever saw for your dad who's the channel can you should know this they're showing full house it's coming up for the very latest episode are no all mark i'm sorry i would in the new year mark has has he in order i'm not sure about that no i am sure about that genetic in his hours late order okinawa right but i'm saying that while you're not search hallmark hallmark in the new here will have full house but i don't know that that's the network your talking about you willoughby weird that somebody had the rights than two different networks will thin air originally your house has never been off the air it's been airing on some channel seven hour since it's originally aired battled their '80s '90s it has never gone away there's always network showing full house got you will whoever's donates sort of the new year of things going to show it for the very first episode all the way to the thank god it ended episode emma hallmark willis rasa kaye lover nation the sad nominations are just announced this morning will put the fullest and a website but here are a few categories outstanding performance by non sample in a drama series the nominees are stranger things hill this is us the crown game of thrones and the handmaid's tale and then outstanding performance by an on sambel in a comedy series blackish glow purview enthusiasm for orange is the new black and veep and 25 movies have been added to the prestigious national film registry the library of congress elects movies for preservation because of their cultural historic or artistic importance here a few of them the gouniot's zero s.

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

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"rasa kaye" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Rasa kaye is here with more of america's first news other diplomats from all over the region and beyond have been meeting at a regional security conference in the philippines to keep north korea's major trading partners on track to enforce new united nations security cancel sanctions the unanimous resolution up at the weekend bans north korean exports and limits investments in the country chicago mayor rahm emanuel says the windy city will be suing the trump administration over threats to withhold public safety grant money from sanctuary cities the las it's a response to attorney general jeff sessions announcement that the justice department both strip cities a federal funding unless they agree to allow immigration authorities unlimited access to jails and to provide 48 hours notice before releasing anyone wanted for immigration violations british take them to court because it's wrong undervalues basis immigrants are part of our um um uh community we are welcoming city of shared values if aspirations for children emmanuel announced the lawsuit in an interview on our affiliate wls radio eight ninety eight chicago a nationwide manhunt is underway after an ohio man indicted on a rape charge overpowered a sheriff's deputy and a transport van friday following trip from a psychiatric hospital appalled county sheriff jason landers do time and hopefully sooner than later he's going to pop out he's going to need to change some close to get some food he's going to reach out to someone that he knows and at that time hopefully we'll be able to apprehend him thirty two year old brandon lee powell fled with deputies wallet mobilephone gun and ammunition to east texas boy scouts were killed a third critically hurt when their catamaran sailboat an overhead powerline and sparked a fire the texas parks and wildlife department says the eighteen and sixteen year old scouts were pronounced dead at lake at the pines near abinger and 11yearold is hospitalized the mother of a teenager who killed himself at the urging of his girlfriend has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against that massachusetts woman lynn roy seeking four million dollars from michelle carter and lost future wages for her son conrad roy on behalf of his estate carter was convicted of manslaughter in the case sentenced last week to fifteen months in prison one of hollywood's cute couples is calling it quits chris pratt and anna farris announced in social media posts they're separating after eight years marriage their breakup quickly became a.

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