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"richard fry" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"richard fry" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"There's also evidence that the decline in marriage is not just all about being wealthy enough to afford it. Since nineteen ninety women have graduated college in far higher numbers than men the b. a. versus non. Ba gap has grown tremendously. Lots of things in terms of income in terms of marital status and terms of cultural markers and tastes says cohen. it's become a sharper demarcation of time. And i think that's part of what we see with regard to marriage. If you wanna lock yourself in a room with somebody for fifty years you might want to have the same level of education and just have more in common with them. Wilcox agrees you get women who are relatively liberal having gone to college and men who are relatively conservative still living in a working class world and that can create a kind of political and cultural divide that makes it harder for people to connect romantically as well. What seems to be clear that the path to marriage increasingly runs through college while the figures on single men's declining economic fortunes are the most sobering. They are not surprised. The reports authors. The most it's quite startling. How much the partnered. Women have now outpaced. Single women says richard fry a senior researcher at the pew research center about forty three percent of partnered. Women have completed at least a bachelor's degree compared to a third of single women he speculates that women may be going to college in greater numbers because it helps them attract a partner in the same way it helps man not only are they rewarded in the labor market with higher earnings but increasingly partnership also depends on educational attainment walter woman. The owner of woman's auto parts. Everything was fine until his calibration system took a turn for the worse critical failure failure failure. He needed a new one a sample so.

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"richard fry" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"richard fry" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I mean i seriously. Wow how good grief. Wow that's frightening very frightening there. He is the area's leader of the free world leader of president of the united states of america abroad. That's right very freeing bring osama bin laden to the gates of it wasn't he against that yes he was. He was because it was the toughest decision. Keith in the last five hundred years to me. That's conservative five thousand years you do. Yeah i do. I do what are you. There's never been a tougher decision in in really in mankind's history so you think long about three thousand b c there was something a little bit puffing deciding whether or not but i'm not even willing to guarantee there was maybe though maybe maybe in three thousand feet see what happened back then. You're hedging with the bronze age. Yeah probably That's probably the tough part gemstones around three thousand bc said it to make paper from papyrus. So oh did i bet it's you were trying to hang onto the past you know. Let's chisel all the time tough decision. I can see where this stone tablet lasts a lot longer than a piece of papyrus will. Yeah so so. So you're i'm rely. Yeah do new. We keep chiseling or. Should we kill the the terrorist mastermind. Jack nine eleven right. Yeah the guy who killed three thousand americans. Yeah go back that far hard decision especially when we made the decision like the first day after nine eleven we mourn for a few minutes and then we're like okay. Let's go get that guy and That decision had been made long advance of when barack obama came around and finally pulled the trigger on him Tobin for pope campaign tweets. Can you really call yourself fully vaccinated if you haven't at least sampled all the available options. You can just just remember your trans backside right right. You just identify as being axed al. Gore's artificial insanity. Here's the hilarious irony to those people. Hate this country and the flag. Try your blatant disrespect in one of those socialist communist countries. You love so much. See what happens. taught curtis tweets if the answer to gun violence is to get rid of guns. What's the answer to road rage. That would save us. A lot of money on the infrastructure bill There's always a silver lining you know. Yeah yeah that's why. They got rid of that road that used to go between my house in your house right too much rage going on. I solve this problem. Just that's right. They took it out. Big oil fish and chips If it keeps the dumb asses away from my residents because they're scared of it all get the largest american flag possibly find and proudly fly it and petty officer america. I'm going to call on the fbi and snitch on everyone. i know who's antifa or just a leftist in general and report them as dangerous extremists. See how long this last We could go that direction. Certainly that's an option. Also we have this judge in ohio. You know here we are talking about whether or not vaccines are mandatory. And she's the the longer this thing stretches out the more mandatory they seem to be certainly In the us military in the army they're starting to mandate them in all kinds of hospitals and businesses. All around the country. They're kind of mandating them. And here's a judge in ohio making the vaccine part of sentences. Sentencing will this criminal had at least court. Richard fry tells me he started using the covid nineteen vaccine as a term of probation in his courtroom last week. But not for everyone ordered it three times out of twenty different sentencing hearings. I did talk to one of those three offenders today and he tells me he feels very strongly about this and feels that this order violates physical rights..

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"richard fry" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"richard fry" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Three times out of twenty different sentencing hearings. I did talk to one of those three offenders today. And he tells me he feels very strongly about this and feels that this order violates his civil rights what happened one week to the day was about a gun charge asam drugs. Franklin county criminal offender. Sylvan letham tells me he stood before common pleas court. Judge richard fry fries reputation reputation. I know he's known for giving people max time time out. I don't want to go to jail. I don't wanna have five years probation. Thought his attorney struck a deal with prosecutors to three years probation but during his sentencing hearing was.

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"richard fry" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"richard fry" Discussed on WTVN

"And Demetrius Stanley. All right, So let's without further ado. Let's get right to it and bring in Columbus Defense Attorney and host of for the defense Sundays at 11 right here on 6 10 w T v N. Brad Coval. Hey, Brad. Welcome in brother. 88 guys. Thanks for having me. Yes, sir. All right, let's go over. Uh, Derek showman. He was sentenced to 270 months 22 a half years just over half the max. He could have gotten 40 years. And your thoughts on that. Did you see that coming? I thought, 20 years. I think you know the big variable here for defense attorneys across the country. A lot of us, you know, for outside Minnesota. We don't know their sentencing guidelines. But all 50 states are roughly the same. That sounds like there were four big sentencing factors that caused an upward departure on sentencing. I'm not surprised by the number I thought 20 years. Would be the neighborhood and and that's right where the judge came down. Um, the my My takeaway was, uh, and a few other takeaways on the sentencing hearing itself, But as it relates to your question on the 22 a half, I think that's right. Where, um, a safe number for the judge and survived that on appeal, and I think most people would understand that the reasonable number so we're already starting to see it seemed like as soon as they announced that they they go. There was footage outside of the court area, and they look like Pete Now there's no sound on the TV here in the studio, but Looked like there was a guy on there that was pissed off. And you know, we were kind of saying it. It probably doesn't matter what he would have been sentenced. You're still going to have people going crazy? Unfortunately in Minnesota tonight, maybe not. I hope I'm wrong. But I'm guessing that's probably going to be part of what plays out here now this weekend and maybe longer. Yeah. Look that we don't have a This was not going to be a max sentence because the fact is this. This guy doesn't have a record. Uh, he did serve law enforcement for 19 years. This was never going to be a max and stacks sentenced I think that I think The defense attorney made a good point on his sentencing presentation, he said. Look, judge, it doesn't matter. Whatever you do, half the country again. I think it's too high half the country is going to think it's too low. And it's all in the eyes of the beholder. And, uh, I think a lot of those people outside we're looking for a iPhone eye tooth for tooth and they were just never going to get that. In this case, right and DNI were talking earlier. And he he said this So from what I remember that was in the report that he had passed or died from an o d, um of fentanyl. George Floyd. George Floyd is Did you hear that? The okay, So this is the real, uh, seminal issue and cause of death. And, uh, from the very beginning of this case. The way I looked at it was that the state have to prove that Derrick, seven was the cause. Or a cause or a substantial factor. And we now know that the substantial factor was the question for the jury, and that's what he with that substantial factor. They found that the knee where the knee where it was Was a substantial factor in George Floyd's death. We all know how many people fit male eventually, if you don't stop using it, eventually you die. And so you know, we don't What we don't know is but for Derek Chauvin would George Floyd have died that evening? We just don't know that. But we do know that He was begging for his life. I thought that the defense put up as good of a cases it could, but at the end the day You can't argue, told people sat through that thing. No one wanted to go sit through a jury trial that long. No one wants center of their lives. 12. People sat through it hurt all the evidence followed and presumably follow the law. And this is where they came down. This was not a murder, nor was it an overdose. Now. So when he was getting in when they later released police the camera information he was saying he couldn't breathe long before he was on the ground. He was saying he couldn't breathe. When they were putting him in the car. They put him in the car. He was jumping around, and then he ended up outside of the car on the other side did the fact come up and that you know of that? He was saying he couldn't breathe when he before the knee was on his neck. Absolutely, and the defense will try to build a house on that. But I think it was the the the way this particular code section that he was sentenced on. Was was there They found that Derek shoving conduct. Across the line from, uh from from custody and care to excessive force, and that excessive force was a contributing factor to George Floyd's death. And again we don't know how to put in the back of the cruiser. He could have had a heart attack. In the jail. Uh then you were looking at another set of, uh, of potential defendants. Right? So the guy was going to that looks as though eventually George Floyd was unless he stopped using fentanyl. George Floyd was ultimately going to die. And and the question is, Was he going to die in the presence of law enforcement was going to die in a jail, or is it going to die alone in a bed on an overdose? Come on, Mr Fence, the cops. This is what cops have to worry about. That's what cops have to worry about. When they take people into custody who are loading or using federal these people are in a high probability of dying. And if the cops there what contributing factor to the cop half Columbus Defense attorney host of for the defense. Brad Koppel, host of that Sundays at 11, right here on 16. W T V. N. So, Brad, this Franklin County Judge Common, please, Judge Richard Fry, I'm guessing, you know, or know of, at least, um He added the vaccine as a condition on three different cases this week of the roughly 20 sentences he imposed according to this article, and, um, he started including vaccination against Covid 19 as a condition. Defendants terms of probation. You know, Josh and I were talking about this earlier and we thought of you immediately..

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"richard fry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"richard fry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Accelerated a change in housing in this country that began well before covert 19 spread Millennials. Adults between the ages of 24 39 continue to move back home with their parents in significant numbers. For some, it's by choice. For many, it's a matter of necessity. Special correspondent Catherine Rampell, who's a columnist for The Washington Post, has our report. E was an ugly child. People would tell my mom that my sister should be a model, like right in front of me in the night emerged from behind my mom's legs like No Suraj. What should I be thing at the start of 2020 comedian and Nikki Glaser was riding high a racy Netflix special National tour. TV shows in development. Then you know what happened. Everything starts shutting down and I was like, Well, just go back to ST Louis for a week or so, You know, Seven months later, I'm a 36 year old woman who is living with her parents. And there's no end in sight. Little to Nikki Glaser No back in March. That should be a poster child for her generation's response to the pandemic. Young adults moving back home with their parents. This is the highest it's ever been stretching back to 1900 the historical record. Economist Richard Fry Just co wrote a study showing that a majority of young adults are now living with their parents. So the share had been rising for a while. Many of us expected that was gonna peak and begin to decline. After the great recession that did not occur. It continued to rise, and now it is sharply accelerated again in the space of, you know, five months. Millions of millennials have moved back home. Many like Eric Rivera lost their jobs, his in public relations. I got laid off kind of the weekend before shelter in place happened. Goodbye Pricey. Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Hello. Rent free Hamilton Township, New Jersey? Yes. Back in my childhood bedroom, no longer lime green, So I'm very happy about that. Others, like Whitney Conklin hoped to save money. I'm not just rent but child care. She husband, Scott, Older beckon and baby Oliver are back home with her folks in Houston. They were supposed to send their last child off to college and enjoy them nesting life. Yeah, they inherited three more of US. Management consultant Molly Lee, working from home fled the then epicenter of the pandemic for somewhere with room to roam her parent's house in North Carolina, his way bird in my New York to box apartment John Benitez, working remotely for a nonprofit moved back to his childhood home in the quintessential suburb Levittown, New York partly to help his parents because of the economy. My parents have been working. I was helping with the groceries, helping with any expenditures, the family had to do what you gotta do, and some just had more personal reasons. There's something really about this time that makes you want to be with people you love and who love you unconditionally and for me, that's just my parents. Even this big star had some financial motives for heading home. There's been a lot of.

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"richard fry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on AP News

"This is ABC news I read a fall lay the trump administration is asking Americans not to gather in groups of more than ten and urging older people to stay home as the corona virus spreads if everyone makes this change your these critical changes and sacrifices now we will rally together as one nation and we will defeat the virus even as the president spoke beaches on Florida's Gulf coast near Tampa St open including one that was flooded with spring breakers governor Ron DeSantis said he will leave it up to communities to decide whether to restrict access to beaches meanwhile a very few volunteers are testing an experimental coronavirus vaccine in Seattle they've rolled up their sleeves and say the shop they received but like an ordinary flu shot Rachel so rule is twenty five years old an editorial coordinator in the health field wanting to help others I really really hope that it works forty six year old bill Browning is thinking about his three daughters every parent wants their children to look up to them they're taking part in an eighteen month long hunt for a successful shot they can be distributed widely lead researcher Lisa Jackson we take all the precautions we can take but there's some inherent risks there hi Jackie Quinn yesterday was the worst day for the U. S. stock market in more than thirty years Monday's twelve percent drop for the S. and P. five hundred came as voices from Wall Street to the White House said the corona virus may be dragging the economy into a recession huge parts of many economies are coming close to a standstill as businesses and travel shut down the presidential primary races taking an unexpected turn because of the virus as Ohio calls off voting today because of the virus but still planning a primary vote today Arizona Illinois and Florida they've been more than seventy deaths in the U. S. now from the corona virus more than four thousand people have been infected this is AP news my grass use got more now on Ohio's decision on today's schedule primary vote the Ohio primary got caught in a corona virus tug of war Monday as Republican governor Mike DeWine announced we cannot conduct this election tomorrow the end in voting for thirteen hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines to whine and secretary of state Frank larose voiced support for a lawsuit by voters seeking a delay of the primary until June second but hours later Ohio judge Richard fry ruled against the motion then Ohio health director Amy Acton stepped in declaring a health emergency that would prevent the polls from opening hi Mike Ross yeah also in Ohio man's been sentenced to at least forty one years in prison for killing his one year old son Jason shorter walked into the police station two years ago say officers and said he wanted to turn himself in I read a folly AP news thank.

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"richard fry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Michael Michael Bauer Bauer on on board board our our NBC NBC national national correspondent correspondent and and got got the the voting that's taking place in well it was supposed to be Michael in for state turning today heroes on a Florida Illinois and Ohio but I understand Ohio's decided to wait awhile yeah I voters at least at this point will not be voting today the Ohio department of health issued an order last night to postpone the primary election citing the corona virus pandemic along with other concerns from the governor Mike DeWine there was a pitch made to a judge yesterday in order to shut this thing down because it was concerned of a corona virus that judge judge Richard fry declined the request saying that the postpone the vote would set a terrible precedent he was also indicating that with such short notice twelve hours at that time to go before the election that it was not in the order the order of a judge to make a decision like this in the diving should be left up to the legislature to cast their votes so I don't mind saying that they are going to have that boat gestures into because a day ago his secretary of state as well as the secretary of state's from the three other states that are also up for primaries today all sent out a letter saying we're going to have our election that we're doing everything we can to make sure that everything will be as healthy and clean and sanitized in order to post guidance from local health officials at voting locations we're all good to go and for some reason Ohio decided to back out of it meanwhile the other states right there from your great state of Florida and Arizona and Illinois are all moving forward at this point in time with their voting today for the primary and it looks as though if you're just kind of looking at some of the polling you're taking a look at Florida Biden is up by thirty eight points over us according to real clear politics up by thirty points over Bernie Sanders in Arizona between seventeen and twenty point over Bernie Sanders in Illinois by between twenty one and thirty eight point over Bernie Sanders whether or not this corona viruses slows down the what had been at least apparently clear cut a record number of people who are coming to the polls we get to see and does this slow down the show meant as they've been putting this is a victory for Bernie Sanders on some lights they give your slowing everything down from Joe Biden's side maybe this means that Bernie Sanders would have a chance with all this sort of pulls together again at least for Ohio after June second

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Judge rejects Ohio request to postpone March 17 primary until June

AM Tampa Bay

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Judge rejects Ohio request to postpone March 17 primary until June

"Michael Michael Bauer Bauer on on board board our our NBC NBC national national correspondent correspondent and and got got the the voting that's taking place in well it was supposed to be Michael in for state turning today heroes on a Florida Illinois and Ohio but I understand Ohio's decided to wait awhile yeah I voters at least at this point will not be voting today the Ohio department of health issued an order last night to postpone the primary election citing the corona virus pandemic along with other concerns from the governor Mike DeWine there was a pitch made to a judge yesterday in order to shut this thing down because it was concerned of a corona virus that judge judge Richard fry declined the request saying that the postpone the vote would set a terrible precedent he was also indicating that with such short notice twelve hours at that time to go before the election that it was not in the order the order of a judge to make a decision like this in the diving should be left up to the legislature to cast their votes so I don't mind saying that they are going to have that boat gestures into because a day ago his secretary of state as well as the secretary of state's from the three other states that are also up for primaries today all sent out a letter saying we're going to have our election that we're doing everything we can to make sure that everything will be as healthy and clean and sanitized in order to post guidance from local health officials at voting locations we're all good to go and for some reason Ohio decided to back out of it meanwhile the other states right there from your great state of Florida and Arizona and Illinois are all moving forward at this point in time with their voting today for the primary and it looks as though if you're just kind of looking at some of the polling you're taking a look at Florida Biden is up by thirty eight points over us according to real clear politics up by thirty points over Bernie Sanders in Arizona between seventeen and twenty point over Bernie Sanders in Illinois by between twenty one and thirty eight point over Bernie Sanders whether or not this corona viruses slows down the what had been at least apparently clear cut a record number of people who are coming to the polls we get to see and does this slow down the show meant as they've been putting this is a victory for Bernie Sanders on some lights they give your slowing everything down from Joe Biden's side maybe this means that Bernie Sanders would have a chance with all this sort of pulls together again at least for Ohio after June second

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"richard fry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on AP News

"This is ABC news I read a full lay the trump administration is asking Americans not to gather in groups of more than ten and urging older people to stay home as the corona virus spreads if everyone makes this change your these critical changes and sacrifices now we will rally together as one nation and we will defeat the virus even as the president spoke beaches on Florida's Gulf coast near Tampa St open including one that was flooded with spring breakers governor Ron DeSantis said he will leave it up to communities to decide whether to restrict access to beaches meanwhile a very few volunteers are testing an experimental coronavirus vaccine in Seattle they've rolled up their sleeves and say the shop they received about like an ordinary flu shot Rachel so rule is twenty five years old an editorial coordinator in the health field wanting to help others I really really hope that it works forty six year old mill Browning is thinking about his three daughters every parent wants their children to look up to them they're taking part in an eighteen month long hunt for a successful shot they can be distributed widely lead researcher Lisa Jackson we take all the precautions we can take but there's some inherent risks there hi Jackie Quinn yesterday was the worst day for the U. S. stock market in more than thirty years Monday's twelve percent drop for the S. and P. five hundred came as voices from Wall Street to the White House said the corona virus may be dragging the economy into a recession huge parts of many economies are coming close to a standstill as businesses and travel shut down the presidential primary races taking an unexpected turn because of the virus as Ohio calls off voting today because of the virus but still planning a primary vote today Arizona Illinois and Florida they've been more than seventy deaths in the U. S. now from the corona virus more than four thousand people have been infected this is APNews my grass he has got more now on Ohio's decision on today's schedule primary vote the Ohio primary got caught in a corona virus tug of war Monday as Republican governor Mike DeWine announced we cannot conduct this election tomorrow the end in voting for thirteen hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines wine and secretary of state Frank larose voiced support for a lawsuit by voters seeking a delay of the primary until June second hours later Ohio judge Richard fry ruled against the motion then Ohio health director Amy Acton stepped in declaring a health emergency that would prevent the polls from opening hi Mike Ross yeah also in Ohio man's been sentenced to at least forty one years in prison for killing his one year old son Jason shorter walked into the police station two years ago say officers and said he wanted to turn himself in I read a folly AP news.

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"richard fry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Arms of four healthy volunteers scientist at the Kaiser Permanente a Washington research institute in Seattle began and anxiously waited first stage study of potential covert nineteen vaccine more and more communities across the country are shutting down activities in an effort to force residents to stay at home and reduce the spread of New York Connecticut in New Jersey banded together to limit the size of gatherings allowed into close venues like bars restaurants casinos and gyms so did Maryland Michigan Oregon and the district of Columbia retailer Nordstrom's is closing its doors for at least two weeks Santa Clara county California health officer Sarah Cody says the rapid spread of the new coronavirus is requiring drastic steps ordering seven million people shelter at their place of residence and maintain social distancing of at least six feet from any other person the White House has now ordered restrictions that severe but warns American life will be different for months going forward I'm checking Quinn and then there were three primaries on Tuesday the Ohio primary got caught in a corona virus tug of war Monday as Republican governor Mike DeWine announced we cannot conduct this election tomorrow all the in in voting for thirteen hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines to whine and secretary of state Frank larose voiced support for a lawsuit by voters seeking a delay of the primary until June second hours later Ohio judge Richard fry ruled against the motion then Ohio health director in the act and step dad declaring a health emergency that would prevent the polls from opening hi Mike Ross yeah townhall dot com we thank the pain relief that's natural pain relief that works on pain relief that attacks the source of the pain that's experience of tens of thousands of Americans what to you really factor right now see the incredible video endorsements that really faxes are coming over to.

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"richard fry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Home for original reporting I'm Tom Foley as late night restaurant nights out and bar hopping become history at least for a while the federal government is on a set of guidelines recommendations on what we should be doing how we should live with the corona virus outbreak White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the CDC urges Americans to spend the next fifteen days avoiding being in groups of more than ten people taking discretionary trips and going to bars restaurants and food courts White House point person Dr Deborah Burks says millennials are key to slowing the spread of the virus because they're the ones that are out and about and Burke says younger people are more likely to carry the virus without showing symptoms president trump says he's spoken about it with his teenage son this is how bad is this it's bad it's bad but we're going to we're going to be hopefully a best case not a worst case and that's what we're working for Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House some examples of how old it is being interpreted many curfews around the country woman comes on the number of people together in the San Francisco area a mandate or order to area residents stayed put for three weeks shopping is still okay but here is where the new virus reality bumps up against the politics of the election year four states are supposed to be holding presidential primaries on Tuesday maybe Ohio remains unclear in Columbus Franklin County Ohio judge Richard fry denied a request from Ohio governor Mike DeWine to delay the Ohio presidential primary until June second because of the corona virus pandemic the judge's ruling says the line should have called an emergency session of the Ohio legislature adding it was now too late in the process to delay the primary Greg saber for CBS news Cleveland bar after the judicial order Ohio's governor and secretary of state saying the scheduled vote will be postponed because it's too dangerous for voters to get together at polling places the financial market reaction to all of this major role coaster ride but more drops down the hill and climbs back up Dow industrials sinking nearly three thousand points thirteen percent worse since nineteen eighty seven CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger the fed has stepped in to keep funds flowing but corona virus adds a new twist says economist Diane Swonk there's just no way companies could plan for this full stop and activity Congress is trying to come to the rescue but with the president saying we may be sliding into a recession there's not a lot of time left for both the nation's small businesses which employ about sixty million people and lower wage non government workers and after those huge Wall Street drops Asian markets are a bit lower now what U. S. market futures are showing signs of a possible partial comeback this is CBS news tension even the most demented Hollywood writers would not have dreamed up an ending like this forty eight hours Saturday's on CBS Eric's IRS troubles were nasty at ten years of unpaid tax returns iota all the money in taxes you know I started getting letters and unbelievably complex October so complicated that if you don't pay your tax professional do your taxes you're gonna screw up this was such a complex problem I did not think anybody could call whole life was about to go down the drain so he called optima tax relief was able to make sense out of a huge disaster and optimised opted to say the least Eric was very relieved they got me out water that's for sure optimist may be a boatload of money and got me out of a horribly complex situation huge relief at a huge weight lifted off my shoulders a nasty confusing tax problem to what Eric did and call optimum right now for a free consultation call eight hundred five five seven fifty nine oh nine eight hundred five five seven fifty nine oh nine eight hundred five five seven fifty nine oh nine optima tax relief from an actual blind summers of life complete details please visit automatic really dot com tell me about doctor Geoff gray in la mesa for a long time now they're dentistry changes lives here's one of the patients have to say I'm Jody smile right before the accident.

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"richard fry" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Tom Foley as late night restaurant nights out and bar hopping become history at least for a while the federal government is on the set of guidelines recommendations on what we should be doing how we should live with the corona virus outbreak White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the CDC urges Americans to spend the next fifteen days avoiding being in groups of more than ten people taking discretionary trips and going to bars restaurants and food courts White House point person Dr Deborah Burks says millennials are key to slowing the spread of the virus because they're the ones that are out and about and Burke says younger people are more likely to carry the virus without showing symptoms president trump says he's spoken about it with his teenage son this is how bad is this it's bad it's bad but we're going to we're going to be hopefully a best case not a worst case and that's what we're working for Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House some examples of how old art is being interpreted many curfews around the country woman shins on the number of people together in the San Francisco area a mandate or order to area residents stayed put for three weeks shopping is still okay but here is where the new virus reality bomb something else the politics of the election year four states are supposed to be holding presidential primaries on Tuesday maybe Ohio remains unclear in Columbus Franklin County Ohio judge Richard fry denied a request from Ohio governor Mike DeWine to delay the Ohio presidential primary until June second because of the corona virus pandemic the judge's ruling says the line should have called an emergency session of the Ohio legislature adding it was now too late in the process to delay the primary Greg saber for CBS news Cleveland bar after the judicial order Ohio's governor and secretary of state saying the scheduled vote will be postponed because it's too dangerous for voters to get together at polling places the financial market reaction to all of this major roller coaster ride but more drops down the he'll then climbs back up Dow industrials sinking nearly three thousand points thirteen percent worst since nineteen eighty seven CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger the fed has stepped in to keep funds flowing but corona virus adds a new twist says economist Diane Swonk there's just no way companies could plan for this full stop in activity Congress is trying to come to the rescue but with the president saying we may be sliding into a recession there's not a lot of time left for both the nation's small businesses which employ about sixty million people and lower wage non government workers and after those huge Wall Street drops Asian markets are a bit lower now what U. S. market futures are showing signs of a possible partial comeback this is CBS news service take precious lives could be after someone in the afternoon work by turning your own thoughts against I'm a liar cheat soon as I can make you feel.

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"richard fry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Late night restaurant nights out and bar hopping become history at least for a while the federal government is out with a set of guidelines recommendations on what we should be doing how we should live with the corona virus outbreak White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the CDC urges Americans to spend the next fifteen days avoiding being in groups of more than ten people taking discretionary trips and going to bars restaurants and food courts White House point person Dr Deborah Burks says millennials are key to slowing the spread of the virus because they're the ones that are out and about and Burks it's younger people are more likely to carry the virus without showing symptoms president trump says he's spoken about it with his teenage son this is how bad is this it's bad it's bad but we're going to we're going to be helpful at best case not a worst case and that's what we're working for Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House some examples of how old it is being interpreted many curfews around the country woman shins on the number of people together in the San Francisco area a mandate or order to area residents stayed put for three weeks shopping is still okay but here is where the new virus reality bumps up against the politics of the election year four states are supposed to be holding presidential primaries on Tuesday maybe Ohio remains unclear in Columbus Franklin County Ohio judge Richard fry denied a request from Ohio governor Mike DeWine to delay the Ohio presidential primary until June second because of the corona virus pandemic the judge's ruling says the wind should have called an emergency session of the Ohio legislature adding it was now too late in the process to delay in the primary grades Tabor for CBS news Cleveland bar after the judicial order Ohio's governor and secretary of state say the scheduled vote will be postponed because it's too dangerous for voters to get together at polling places the financial market reaction to all of this major roller coaster ride but more drops down the hill and climbs back up Dow industrials sinking nearly three thousand points thirteen percent the worst since nineteen eighty seven CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger the fed has stepped in to keep funds flowing but corona virus adds a new twist says economist Diane Swonk there's just no way companies could plan for this full stop and activity Congress is trying to come to the rescue but with the president saying we may be sliding into a recession there's not a lot of time left for both the nation's small businesses which employ about sixty million people and lower wage non government workers and after those huge Wall Street drops Asian markets are a bit lower now but U. S. market futures are showing signs of a possible partial comeback this is CBS news traffic and weather together Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Hey it's twelve oh three we begin downtown ninety three south bound you have no trouble passing the right lane closure from mystic gap to leverage circle on the pike both east and westbound you're down two lanes in the prudential total reducing speed just a bit on the River Road in the Tobin bridge are moving freely airport tunnels well Ted Williams east and west both have a lane close but no delays Sumner and Callahan are looking good out west to ninety east bound entries were you gonna slow down for a lane closure by route one forty mass pike eastbound brief delay double lane closure west Newton before little lab that's actually already clearing for the night one twenty eight south tools for work crews in Weston before the pike route two and route nine are in good shape to the south expressway as wide open as a route three twenty four ninety five and up north you're okay on route one one twenty eight route three.

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"richard fry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on AP News

"The Ohio primary got caught in a corona virus tug of war Monday as Republican governor Mike DeWine announced we cannot conduct this election tomorrow the end in voting for 13 hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines to whine and secretary of state Frank larose voiced support for a lawsuit by voters seeking a delay of the primary until June 2 but hours later Ohio judge Richard fry ruled against the motion then Ohio health director in the act and step dad declaring a health emergency that would prevent the polls from opening hi Mike Ross yeah

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Health chief halts Ohio primary; 3 other states forge ahead

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Health chief halts Ohio primary; 3 other states forge ahead

"The Ohio primary got caught in a corona virus tug of war Monday as Republican governor Mike DeWine announced we cannot conduct this election tomorrow the end in voting for thirteen hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines to whine and secretary of state Frank larose voiced support for a lawsuit by voters seeking a delay of the primary until June second but hours later Ohio judge Richard fry ruled against the motion then Ohio health director in the act and step dad declaring a health emergency that would prevent the polls from opening hi Mike Ross yeah

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"richard fry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The old arguments about Ryan Tannehill's contract and why the Texans did what they did with de Andre Hopkins it would Philip rivers work out if you went to Indianapolis and where's Tom Brady gonna go you need those I mean you you do need those maybe maybe if you are still going to work you need to talk about with the people you're working with or in the effort to maintain some sort of human contact you need stuff to talk about I mean I'm being serious about this like me and my buddies I look at my phone like over this week I don't get nearly as many tax because there's not somebody texting you about the game that's happening there watching that they think you're watching it's funny when you think about sports for a lot of us that is the basis of our human or interaction I said this on the show on Friday night most of my friends sports is either the foundation of that relationship or at least touches the relationship no it's not the entirety of the relationship but many of my friends that I've made as an adult and even as a kid have to do with share common interests when those interests go way communication slows down I have a friend who's a Houston Texans fans I'm still not sure why because I don't think he's even been to Texas and he's older than the franchise itself but I I love giving him hell about trading de Andre Hopkins and then saying beyond that is everything okay you doing alright and we need those things there's not many of them that we have right now hard NFL news is one of those things so I'm here for free agency I'm here for trades I I'm here for talk of how everything that's going to happen this week is going to effect this season I'm not sure we're gonna have a season but I'm here for the talk is I a Jew I do genuinely for the sake of keeping us all same maybe for you it's not sports if if it's not I'm not sure what you're doing listening right now but for a lot of this is sports and so to have something to let her mind drift towards for a while is a really good thing no time for about five minutes for the bad news John Brennan joins us after the eight o'clock news which is coming up right now on seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati Ohio's primary still on for tomorrow with the eight o'clock report on Sean Gallagher breaking now governor Mike DeWine is secretary of state bring the rose said they did not want to tell people especially seniors to stay in their homes while also telling them to go out and vote amid the corona virus outbreak this afternoon the one who does not have the power to delay elections had a lawsuit filed in Franklin county common pleas court looking to postpone the primary until June second Franklin County court of common pleas judge Richard fry argued that the coronavirus has been an issue of concern since January and absentee voting has been an option for that last month the one says he plans to appeal the ruling but for now the Ohio primary is scared still scheduled for tomorrow the governor announced all gyms fitness centers bowling alleys theaters indoor water parks in indoor trampoline parks have to close by the end of today in an effort to limit the spread of covered nineteen Kentucky does have a law that allows a primary to be delayed thirty five days and that's exactly what governor Andy Beshear and secretary of state Michael Adams are doing on may nineteenth we've got our statewide primary elections for democratic and Republican parties we also have special elections and local option Alexion's various parts of the state I've made a recommendation writing today to the governor it's not something I've done lightly it's something that was done with feedback from county clerks of both parties around the state state board of elections staff and others governor Beshear says a new day for the primary in Kentucky is June twenty third.

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"richard fry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are new numbers from the census bureau today the headline figure the U. S. poverty rate was fourteen point one percent over the last five years that's down from fourteen point six percent in the five years prior but the report has lots of layers including where older people are living market place's Merial cigar reports the new data shows that fewer seniors are living in nursing homes one possible reason we know there has been a gradual decline in the age adjusted rate of dementia and dimensions highly related to being in a nursing home Michael heard directs the rand center for the study of aging the data also shows that nearly forty three percent of Americans age sixty five and older and live alone that's down from about forty four percent so who are they living with each other for one thing Richard fry at Q. research center says male life expectancy has gone up with hood is significantly down along the older women because their husbands are living longer seniors are also looking for ways they can age in place running her al is a vice president and a a RP most older adults I want to stay in their homes and communities as long as they can and that often means living with their adult kids I'm Merrill Sierra for market place folks who have lots of followers on platforms like Instagram often get paid to tout stuff now Instagram is come out with new rules for these influencers on not promoting tobacco vaping or weapons market places Nancy Marshall ganzer has the assignment today what is Instagram saying this well it says he just wants to clarify its policies on paid promotions but the Instagram announcement came about the same time as the British advertising standards authority told the British tobacco company to stop using any public Instagram accounts to promote E. cigarettes in the UK Instagram says it'll begin enforcing its new band in the coming weeks so clarifying because Instagram already had rules yes but there was a loophole I instragram of course is owned by Facebook Facebook does already banned advertising of vaping tobacco and weapons but users can still post about those things and the loophole allowed advertisers to run paid promotions through those influencers now that will be a lot yeah this is part of a wider crackdown at Instagram yeah Instagram says pay promotions for alcohol and dietary supplements will now be subject to things like age restrictions Instagram says those policies will go into effect next year all right Nancy thank you let's check the markets the Dow is up.

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"richard fry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"S. poverty rate fourteen point one percent over the last five years that is down from fourteen point six percent the five years prior but the report has lots of layers including where older people are living marketplaces Merial cigar reports the new data shows that fewer seniors are living in nursing homes one possible reason we know there has been a gradual decline in the age adjusted rate of dementia and dimensions highly related to being in a nursing home Michael heard directs the rand center for the study of aging the data also shows that nearly forty three percent of Americans age sixty five and older live alone that's down from about forty four percent so who are they living with each other for one thing Richard fry at pew research center says male life expectancy has gone up with hood is significantly down on mon older women because their husbands are living longer seniors are also looking for ways they can age in place running her al is a vice president and a a RP most older adults I want to stay in their homes and communities long as they can and that often means living with their adult kids I Merrill segera for market place no folks who have lots of followers on platforms like Instagram often get paid to tout stuff now instagrams come out with new rules for these influencers are not promoting tobacco vaping or weapons marketplaces Nancy Marshall cancer has the assignment today and see what's Instagram saying well it says he just wants to clarify its policies on paid promotions but the Instagram announcement came about the same time as the British advertising standards authority told the British tobacco company to stop using any public Instagram accounts to promote E. cigarettes in the UK Instagram says it'll begin enforcing its new band in the coming weeks so clarifying because Instagram already had rules yes but there was a loophole I instragram of course is owned by Facebook Facebook does already banned advertising of vaping tobacco and weapons but users can still post about those things and the loophole allowed advertisers to run paid promotions through those influencers now that will be a lot this is part of a wider crackdown at Instagram yeah Instagram says paid promotions for alcohol and dietary supplements will now be subject to things like age restrictions Instagram says those policies will go into effect next year all right Nancy Marshall cancer in DC thank you let's check the markets here the one hundred share index in London is up.

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"richard fry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"richard fry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arizona the jobs being created focus on a Thomas technology advanced computing and cyber security emphasis is now hiring Maricopa county is the hottest market in the nation for builders and re using and recycling can help save a lot of money. when remodeling often times a lot of waste is created and disposing it can get expensive the demand and the cost to recycle making it to the point where it's costing the city so much money that a lot of them are just continuing recycling Rosie on the house is Romeo Romero says before throwing things away try re purpose scene and we do seen as much weight as possible we like to use paper products are biodegradable we do masking protect over like using painter type drop cloths and that are made out of cotton canvas that can be used over and over again Romero says the industry is constantly working on ways to help reduce waste I mean people Katie erroneous Arizona families who may be affected by autism are getting some help with early diagnosis it's a new program for Phoenix children's hospital in the Arizona department of economic security Dr Richard fry with PC eight says it trains doctors to quickly and accurately diagnose autism spectrum disorders pediatricians are on the front lines and they see the children and we really want to empower them to one recognize all the symptoms right now what to do when they recognize the symptoms right now it can take up to a full year to get an accurate diagnosis KTAR news time seven thirty six. what's getting featured in this morning from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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