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Royal treatment: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry detail racism, suicidal thoughts in Oprah tell-all
"What oprah stands and the royals refuse to learn about twenty first century celebrity by judy berman. Tell me what your intention is. I'll tell you what my intention is. And let's see if we can align those. Two that oprah explained monday on cbs. This morning is what she says to everyone she interviews before the cameras start rolling in this case she was of course referring to the conversation with prince harry and meghan markle the duchess of sussex that filled a two hour primetime slot on the network the previous evening. The special drew seventeen point. One million american viewers in early ratings that as deadline pointed out adding up to a larger audience than last week's golden globes and september's emmys combined while oprah's collaborative approach to shaping interviews. Has its limitations. You wouldn't want to see an investigative reporter compare objectives with the subject of a damning expose. It proved to be a singularly effective way into the ongoing harry and meghan saga. The couple broke their dignified silence about their reasons for stepping down a senior royals and leaving the uk in an equally dignified special that riveted viewers revealed troubling new details about behind the scenes machinations at buckingham palace and supplied a powerful counter narrative to the one the firm and british tabloids had been pushing also on this morning. Tino brown called the program kryptonite to the royal family. It's like a hand. Grenade although oprah whose production company harpo produced the special and licensed it to cbs. Where a fee reported to be in these seven to nine million dollar range certainly made it look that way. Taking control of the public narrative couldn't have been easy even compared with its treatment of outsiders who've married into the royal family in the past the uk press has been brutal in its coverage of meghan and a one two punch last week a dispatch from the times of london claim that meghan had bullied and humiliated aids. Driving two of them to resign and the palace announced. It was launching an investigation into that alleged. Behavior sunday's interview cast doubt on not only that story but also just about every story that might have originated with the royals. Harry and meghan described an invisible contract between the firm and the media in which the tabloids and their reporters are wined dined and welcomed into the palace for holiday parties to encourage favourable coverage it all sounded pretty sinister. But it's worth remembering that for their part. The couple also has a cozier relationship with oprah than most subjects of the journalists whose profiling them the difference in this case and in the case of everything. That was ingenious about sunday. Special wasn't the framing as the faceless firm came off as having manipulated the media an unseen and thus noble ways and a depiction that jibes with the portrait of the house of windsor. Painted by netflix's mega popular the crown. It's exiles seemed to have nothing to hide. Oprah didn't just disclose to viewers that she knew harry and meghan personally. She opened the interview by reminiscing with the duchess about the experience of attending their wedding. The distinction isn't between tiffany bias. It's between transparency and pass in many ways what we witnessed was oprah's understanding of a shift in how credibility is established and the present versus how it was established three generations ago when the queen was a newlywed. The young elizabeth waited out bad press trusting that her refusal to enter the fray would ultimately vindicate her as the bigger person but we are in a moment when skepticism of the media is at an all time high. The public is savvier than it has ever been about. How public figures manufacture their images top tier celebrities like beyond say preferred to communicate with fans via social media channels. They can control an oprah appeared to realize the value of an open conversation on prime time broadcast. Television was in the ability to create the impression. One that for the record. I see no reason to doubt that. Meghan and harry were spinning the facts so much as they were clearing the air air that the firm would for reasons implied to sell fish if not malicious preferred to leave murky for viewers who feel entitled to know every detail about their favorite celebrities lives and for whom openness is a prerequisite for loyalty transparency. Worked that was due in large part to the power of the story. Meghan and harry had to tell as well as to their unprecedented eloquence and candor on issues of race and mental health. But you can't underestimate the importance of how that story was told that is how oprah managed to align her intentions and those her subjects along with being two of the most famous people on the planet. She and meghan were after all to women of color discussing racism. Gas lighting and other third rail topics in front of an audience of millions from the tranquil outdoor setting their socially distanced conversation to the outfits. They chose a fluey floral for the radiantly. Pregnant duchess of sussex a muted mov for the queen of all media to the calm tone all three participants adopted. Every part of the special felt intentional for a world of crown fans who we know were on. Oprah's mind because the show came up in the interview. It all contributed to a conclusion to this particular episode of the british monarchy. That couldn't have been more familiar. An institution that digs in its heels at any sign of progress or accountability see prince. Andrew doesn't slow the march of time it becomes an artifact.
"royals harry" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience
"As we go along. It's just me production. That's the production side like it's a whole process everything that i do and i don't think people get it but i think i'll break you down tonight. So is the research I'm lucky because i have a dope has out gonna share Her podcast this. Then that's depar- case. I must share her joint a later on in this case. Conduction side is the mocks. So have her. She does the research. He is the Creative production part of it. And then i add to it myself and then there is the visual production side today. This is what it is. I feel king. We try some collars. My daughter wanted to bind all. She thought the bone. So that's why i got to tonight. So that's the clo- wardrobe wardrobe funny. I i'm particular about my shit. So as wardrobe unless the management side demand the management side is the hardest because That we share some other things but I know that on the management side. They know they in keeps me good. He he's me focused thanking man man man at jer. Thank you. I appreciate it You know the whole bill. Adopting we do all of that stuff when we come to this but first thanks for is we're gonna talk bout. It sat out the folks productions. I just play the video from them. Soccer production thank you for that being a full millette melodic piece of composition that you provided for us at the beginning of this podcast. I appreciate so much. I like roads up. We got some things in the work. We'll talk about that a little later. But we're going to talk about it tonight this thing so if you know me they know that i love history unfortunately a part of the history because i do you have a percent european bladder me. I get lost and to the royal history. Not only because i have a little percentage in me and i'll get deeper into that later babe them not asian. I am ninety. One percent african a percent european and one percent native american. I am not asian. I just want to say that similar. Because he don't believe and it's still be still may be some deeper finance but for right now. I'm not as all right. So we get to that later. All right so Meghan markle and prince henry. I'm jabre dan real quick. I got. I got a good synopsis of this whole situation. I've been watching that. Says process diana one of my favorite processes by the way. But i've been watching this for a long time. So process diana sign harry henry. How you wanna put it you on that in about the british royals. Harry harry is the same person all right And his wife. She is multicultural from the united states. Us african american and she's also a caucasian. We don't talk about it But they had big as big as an interview with oprah. So what. I understood about this situation before i start reading because i'm very Embedded in this situation. So what i have gathered from my viewing and the now read. And then i'll give them out ping would i gather from the situation is. It's a black girl. She married into a royal family. She's not the first she. I repeat myself. She is not the fucking i. She's not I think may be with megan. She might be the most rebellious but she learned to align and her mother-in-law shut out the process. Wasn't that wanted to conform so with that being said. Ou wonder why. I'm so reluctant. I am rica for even all right. So i'm there been a lot of talk about as far as hairy henry. Have you want to say and meghan. and this. It's as oprah you know when oprah gift involve all the way messy From rumors of meghan mccain k. Cry to the royal family having concerned about Meghan and harry son archie. rt it has gained color before meghan gave birth all right so that's already something that is something to deal with especially when you're a girl melanin packed and you didn't okay. The rumors came. That meghan may cry. Because of a dispute over a bridesmaids dresses over bras mishra says but in actuality it was the opposite but meghan meghan explain. Obviously oprah that kate apologize and that she forgave her and even stated that kate is the person so now we know that kate. I've got no peace. And that's cool congratulations. Listen it's very hard on this particular branch of the royal family a lot if i gave all of the logistics of the history behind the royal family. Y'all would understand the story all right so they also spoke out about racism and some in the royal family gets minute with megan being of mixed race. There was a concern about chris. Gang this gang sign arshi wide is how i'm gonna give get to that It's unclear who spoke about these concerns. Because harry and meghan aren't saying anything. And i signed but they did. They did say that It was not clean olympic. Best or prince thank you. Jesus all right. I got me in the royal family. Me and rory listen. I don't need this press realm or elizabeth. I don't need it. Not in with all of the shit that i'm going to jahmai real insight on a story in a second i gotta just get over on. I'm gonna tell you why you on my insight on that. And i'm so mad because i lost..
Meghan on royal life and public perception
"With Britain's immigrant Royals, Harry and Megan, aired Sunday night on CBS TV. With much royal life drama, including Meghan's account off suicidal thoughts when she was pregnant. I just didn't want to be alive anymore. That was a very Clear and real. And frightening. Constant thought that from
Meghan & Harry Open Up About Royal Family in Upcoming Oprah TV Interview
"With. Later this weekend, former Royals Harry and Meghan will open up in a TV interview. Those two are embroiled in a royal family feuds is ABC is James Long Men in London and an upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan claims Palisades intervened when Winfrey asked her for an interview months before the 2018 wedding. This comes just as Buckingham Palace took an unprecedented step. Opening an investigation into bullying claims against the Duchess. Well, Harry and Megan won't be involved in the investigation. Senior raids are expected to be questioned. Meghan's office has called the report a smear campaign. Critics also asking if the palace is going to investigate the duchess. Why not also look into Prince Andrew, who faces even more serious allegations around his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein? Sanders denied any wrongdoing
Royal Feud Escalates Ahead of Meghan and Harry's Oprah Interview
"Former Royals Harry and Meghan will open up in a TV interview. The two are. Meanwhile, embroiled in a royal family feuds is a B C's James Long win in London and an upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan claims Palisades intervened when Winfrey asked her for an interview months before the 2018 wedding. This comes just as Buckingham Palace took an unprecedented step. Opening an investigation into bullying claims against the Duchess. Well, Harry and Megan would be involved in the investigation. Senior raids are expected to be questioned. Meghan's office is called the report a smear campaign Critics also asking if the palace is going to investigate the duchess. Why not also look into Prince Andrew, who faces even more serious allegations around his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein? But Sanders denied any wrongdoing related to Epstein
"royals harry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The White House, they have not left him Al Pet Flea in Palm Beach. Meanwhile, President Trump will be busy fighting legal battles. In multiple states. Now that he's a private citizen, Mr Trump is still facing an election related investigation in Georgia on a financial investigation in New York. Republican leader Mitch McConnell suggested those probes could spell trouble for the former president. President Trump is still liable for everything he did while he was in office. But South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham argued, it's the Democrats who deserve retribution for going after a former president. If you use this model, I don't know how Kamila Harris Doesn't get impeached that the Republicans take over the house because she actually, Belle vowed rioters. Supporters of the vice president say she only backed bailing out peaceful black lives matter. Protestors, not rioters, Nancy Cordes, said the capital Congress is moving forward with plans to investigate what exactly happened during the attack on Capitol Hill Speaker Pelosi says the commission will be a 9 11 style body that will dig into the fax and causes of the capital storming on January 6th. The announcement comes as a review of Capitol security is ongoing, and Senate hearings are set for later this month. Speaker Pelosi in her letter announcing that having the commission expresses a need to get to the truth behind the riot, the makeup of the commission has not been determined. But the 9 11 commission formed back in 2002 had 10 members with five Republicans and Democrats each. In all. Scott Fox News. There's a massive winter storm underway. That's leaving multiple cities with sub freezing temperatures and big problems for travelers. In Texas. Nearly four million people are dealing with rolling blackouts as they deal with historic cold. Every part of the state will beginning either snow for ice Governor Greg Abbott, some snow accumulations. Will break records in neighboring Oklahoma. They've got some blackouts. Tuas parts of the state are being hit, with temperatures reaching the lowest They've been in over 100 years in Oregon, Washington, Utah and Montana. There under a winter weather advisory is plenty of snow is hitting parts of the region till NATO fox News rescue teams searching for people missing after a tornado killed three people. When it touched down overnight near the North Carolina South Carolina state line. For the first time, former Royals Harry and Meghan or giving a one on one interview making Marco and Prince Harry will sit down with Oprah for new special titled Oprah. With Megan and Harriet, CBS Prime time special. It'll be the first time the two will be interviewed since their engagement, the.
"royals harry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"For friendly trainer. I mean, that's you. That's you High E am. Okay, let's get started by talking. Royals. They don't want. I don't want to roll. Leo's in Andheri. Yeah, yes. Oh, there are a couple stories about hair error you made. I always want to say he gonna marry. Why don't you just go with it? Marion Hagen, Hagen and Mary Meghan and Harry. There were a couple sitcom with all kinds of antics there. Well, welcome to that show. Right now. It's happening as we speak. No, there are a couple of stories about Harry and Megan in the tabloids yesterday, and I thought it was a perfect opportunity to revisit this couple now that they are more permanently stateside. Thus American tabloids are paying more attention and creating their own narratives around these two. So you know the problematic narratives around Harry and Megan's coverage a za relationship in the UK. The Daily Mail, for example, is actually the subject of a lawsuit based on how they covered Harry and Megan and the tabloid media and we have talked, you know, ad nauseum. Frankly, about how just violin unfair. The attacks against Megan were oftentimes in the British media, but I thought, Okay, let's take a look at American media and see how the American tabloids have begun to come to talk about these two. Are they going to ours now? Yeah, exactly. Right. Have them. Yeah, You're ours. Now. You're, um Are they falling for the same sort of tropes? You know, like Megan is, you know, like wielding her power and influence over a, you know, dolt. Prince Harry on, you know, applying him with all of her Mackin ations anybody? Because can we just hit the pause button for a second, like the thing that you need to know? Or that has been traditionally the case. There will be a storyline the tabloids need tohave. Kind of a story line that they're following or pushing right. That's just typical. But and so American media approaches tabloids a little differently in terms of how they interact, Right. Like we've talked about that ad nauseam on this show. I hope that you're not nauseated, but If you are, I don't know. I don't know why you listening or glutton for punishment, but thank you Keep a common but you know People magazine teams. They tend to take sort of stories direct from the celebrities, right? They're not as Um Ah. They're not as distasteful perhaps right in the way that they will attack road rude as the British tabloids appear to be. But also, I would say American tabloid. Sometimes they're kind of lazy. Well, here's the stories. Let's start with the team Z story, Okay? Megan and Harry Montecito move causes headaches. Few new neighbors are already fed up, so I see. This headline, and I think, Wow, Okay, so that sounds like it's straight out of the daily mail. Everybody hates Harry and Megan, you know, showing up to their fancy neighborhood and creating all this chaos. And when you read the story, it basically is T M Z saying, you know, the locals like, for example, quote most locals tell us they want the paps to give it a rest. The paparazzi Because they feel things they're getting to the point where everyone's privacy is being compromised, and they're super annoyed, and they're saying That's because Harry and Megan moved to Montecito, and you've got all these other people in the neighborhood Ellen Oprah, Rob Lowe, Carol Burnett, Jane Lynch and the Kardashians by the way. On. They're all doing their thing in their private little enclave of Montecito, and they don't need all these paparazzi showing up to blow their cover and harsh. They're mellow. OK, There's about a 10 ridiculous things about this one of them being when you just listed off all the other people that live in that Montecito neighborhood, the neighbors if you will. A lot of them are subject to tabloid fodder. Especially right now I'm looking at you, Ellen. I'm looking at you, Kardashians. In fact, the paparazzi caught up with Ellen on multiple occasions in her neighborhood. Right? So, so that's what My my. So my reaction to that team Z story. It's like, Wow, that just seems like you're lazy and doing like the Daily Mail's bidding here, Tim see Norm. So you want me to believe you just trips into the neighborhood teams and it was like trolling through the neighborhood. Hey, what do you think about Harry and Megan Kravitz is outfront watering her lawn and you're like, Hey, I got a question about Harry and Meghan and she gave up the goods. No, no. That's all. They also say the wayward Royals. Okay, so let's do a little Google search here for the definition of the word, wayward word difficult to control or predict because of unusual or perverse behavior. So the unusual and perverse Royals are also attracting tourists were told more visitors are showing up in town and asking local shop owners if they've seen Harry and Meghan. What? So okay, that seems totally normal because I don't know about you if I were in Montecito in like Barb's gift nook. I would be like, Hey, bar. What's it like to have Harry and Megan as your right neighbor? I bet they also ask. Hey, Barb. His Oprah shop here, You know, there's also It's It's California. It's a bottom goes. Yeah, Let me tell you a story right? Because it's good for business like Barb wants people in her gift knock because it's good for business. Right? Get all up in Barb's gift that also sounds dirty. Well, get all up in bars gift in my gift. Enough kids 20% on No. Anyway, so like this just sounds like so lazy. Yeah, I'm actually kind of stunned because typically normally teams Is good about taking. I mean, at least they'll take the the stuff that the celebrities air dishing out like, you know, Ellen calls teams and says, You know, these two are out of control. You need to put the kibosh on them. Like what I'm saying is like I don't necessarily expect teams Ito have the you know, like tabloid trash experience, even if it's the celebrities direct verbatim. Words that to me is more valuable because then I can that I can choose to do with it, whatever I will, But at least I know it's coming from like the source right here. This is just like, like what? You want me to believe that like Bob from T M Z, you know, took a walk through the neighborhood in Montecito. Also, take a step back and think about this right like In Montecito. The kind of homes were talking about our sprawling estates. Not like our houses in South Minneapolis. It's not like they were walking down to my neighbor's bathroom. Yeah, exactly right, like it is like they're far apart from each other, so like it's not like They're getting noise complaints because Archie's so loud but anything they don't own their property. Much less like five doors down. Okay, So that was one story that was one way to tabloids air covering the Royals. Harry and Meghan. Now that they're living in full are in Florida in Montesinos hit me with another. There was another story in Page six. And it says Prince Harry is loving his fantastic near life in California. Now this comes to us again from the daily Mail. Prince Harry has raved about loving his fantastic new life in the US thanks to having quote a little bit of space to play with his son outside during their locked down Oh, Okay. Um, anyone? Ah, he is. Loving his fantastic new life. Thanks to a little bit of space to play with his son during lock down. Oh, that sounds so delightfully humble and charming. They live on a $15 Million states. Also, can I like, Do they not have a lot of room in there Other place? It's um I mean, I know the British, you know, like in London, those castles Khun B, old and drafty and cramped on occasion as compared to California realestate, But something tells me that a little bit of space. Is perhaps overdoing it. Or the 18,000 Square foot $14.65.
"royals harry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hadn't spooked the markets enough oil prices drop by twenty four percent amid a dispute between Russia and Saudi Arabia over production limits for stocks it was a bloodbath CBS just listen for more than two thousand point drop that's the worst ever point drop for the Dow Jones industrial average by percentage nearly eight percent of those blue chips worst day since the two thousand eight financial crisis market analyst you Johnson certainty is leading to a lot of individual investors as well as institutional investors selling very very deep concerns about prospects for the US economy and really there's no answers president trump says his administration is working on ways to shore up the financials including a payroll tax cut we're also going to be talking about hourly wage earners getting help so that they can in a position where I can never miss a paycheck CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon now the international community has been leaning on each other is this virus just makes its way around the globe pretty quickly at times Dr Tedros Adhanom job creates that says the director general of the World Health Organization he said today that one nation's comprehensive approach to the corona virus can be beneficial for others countries that continue finding and testing cases and tracing their contacts not only protect their own people they can also affect what happens in other countries and the battle to try to stop the corona virus around the world is bringing sweeping new restrictions Italy tonight expanding a lockdown of northern regions now to a travel ban the covers the entire country Israel has ordered all visitors quarantine just weeks before Easter and Passover and officials in Spain or closing schools in and around the capital of Madrid over in Germany experts there say they think they can thank early aggressive testing of the corona virus for keeping the death rate lower than eleven hundred cases right now confirmed in Germany but only two people have died in Washington several members of Congress are isolating themselves tonight after contacted a conservative political conference the person who tested positive for cover nineteen congressman Doug Collins is the latest to announce that he self quarantining after a photo surfaced of him with the person later diagnosed with the corona virus that person also had contact with senator Ted Cruz and representative Paul Gosar who are also in self quarantine but Collins also spend some time with president trump following the exposure to the virus victim and was photographed shaking the president's hand bill Rakoff CBS news Washington at seven forty eight let's check out other news we're following tonight American troops are leaving Afghanistan now it's called for in that recent peace deal with the Taliban a US official says hundreds of troops are heading out of Afghanistan and will not be replaced the first step toward cutting the number of American forces there from roughly thirteen thousand to eighty six hundred but the pullout comes amid political chaos in the Afghan capital that threatens the deal the nation's two rival leaders were each sworn in today as president and duly get alterations it's a complication for the U. S. since the next step is supposed to entail Afghans negotiating the country's path the first talks are scheduled for tomorrow but it's now highly unlikely they'll take place Sager mag on the at the White House the U. S. military tonight sing to service members were killed by enemy forces well advising Iraq the security staff the Pentagon saying the two were killed yesterday in north central Iraq during a mission to get rid of an Islamic state stronghold so far we've had not learned the names of the service members they say they're being held pending next of kin seven forty nine it appears Britain's prince Andrew has not been cooperating with the sex trafficking investigation into billionaire Jeffrey Epstein when he stepped back from his royal duties prince Andrew signaled he would assist of Thor he's in this country with their investigation into Jeffrey up steam as of now US attorney Geoffrey Berman said he is not prince Andrew has now completely shut the door on voluntary cooperation and our office is considering its options Berman declined to elaborate on those options prince Andrew has denied knowing about Epstein's depravity his legal team declined to comment Burma said Eksteen could not have committed the sex crimes he did without help from co conspirators Erin cutters he ABC news New York meantime a state watchdog agency says more than one hundred twenty personal care attendants here in Massachusetts registered sex offenders Boston globe has these numbers from a new report released by the state's inspector general it says about twelve thousand attendants had a criminal record from the last decade and one hundred twenty two of them are sex offenders and is intended to help people with chronic illnesses or disabilities maintain their independence and they're paid for by mass health the program does not require background checks and members are able to hire their own attendants to help them out seven fifty speaking by the way of the Royals Harry and Meghan have now stage their last joint appearance as working Royals in the U. K. CBS is Vicky Barker reports Britain now getting a reminder of what they lose when the newest member of that family it's off to the couple's bring new life Megan wrapping up a weekend of personal appearances here which hammered home just how popular she and her messages of hope and empowerment remain here does leaving Britain mean losing that global platform ask this school girl who got to meet Meghan on Friday what is suffering about Meghan Markle is that she has utilized that female try to make it to make the decision that's best for having a family I think if anything the only contributes to her as being an empowering passed in her brief time as a British oil Megan reached and inspired whole new suites of British society that will be a tough hole to fill Vicki Barker CBS news London.
"royals harry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The company accepted responsibility for the tragic events of September thirteenth two thousand eighteen today's entry of it's a plea was another step in that process and the company continues to move forward a young man died dozens more were hurt a hundred homes burned eight thousand people were displaced for months Columbia gas came into our consciousness with a bang but it's leaving with a whimper to to be bought by Eversource a federal court in South Boston Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio and it's six nineteen it appears Britain's prince Andrew is not cooperating now with that federal sex trafficking investigation into billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein when you step back from his royal duties prince Andrew signaled he would assist the Thor he's in this country with their investigation into Jeffrey up steam as of now U. S. attorney Geoffrey Berman said he is not prince Andrew has now completely shut the door on voluntary cooperation and our office is considering its options Berman declined to elaborate on those options prince Andrew has denied knowing about Epstein's depravity his legal team declined to comment Berman said Eksteen could not have committed the sex crimes he did without help from co conspirators Erin cutters he ABC news New York at six twenty this portion of the news brought to us by long roofing and speaking of the Royals Harry and Meghan apparently now staging their last joint appearance as working Broyles and CBS's Vicki Barker reports or to not getting a reminder of what they'll lose when the newest member of that family heads off to the couple's new life Megan wrapping up a weekend of personal appearances here which hammered home just how popular she and her messages of hope and empowerment remain here does leaving Britain mean losing that global platform ask this school girl who got to meet Meghan on Friday what is suffering about Meghan Markle is that she has utilized laughing about what's going to make it to make the decision that's best for having a family I think if anything that contributes to her as being an incurring costs in her brief time as a British oil Megan reached and inspired a whole new suites of British society that will be a tough hole to fill Vicki Barker CBS news London six twenty one a bit of a slug out there when it comes to the roads will check in with Mike next WBZ.
Harry and Meghan will stop using Sussex Royal this spring
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will have to give up more than they'd like when they start their new life away from the royal family Harry and Meghan cannot use the term Sussex royal for the non profit organization a spokesperson for the couple cited specific UK government rules surrounding the use of the word royal Harry and Meghan intend to split their time between Britain and North America tactically the couple will still be Royals and prince Harry will still be sixth in line to the
"royals harry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"He shot police officers two officers that he said his house on fire which eventually burn down nearly the entire street at least for perhaps six or more houses are burned suffered some type of damage this all began early yesterday morning when first responders were called to a home for a report of a stabbing all eyes and ears are tuned in to Washington DC here CBS with a special update a little more than a day to go before the U. S. Senate starts a trial of historic importance takes a sample of the fax uncontested and the evidence is overwhelming Donald Trump press should a foreign government to target an American citizen for political and personal gain Democrat Hakim Jeffries will be among house members trying to convince the Senate of that Texas Republican John Cornyn something like an unlikely buyers been charged with abuse of power which is not treason which is not bribery which is not a high crime and misdemeanor so this is the first time in history where a president is been impeach for non crime for events that never occurred he was on face the nation congressman Jeffries on fox news Sunday the trial a bit of a problem for a few democratic senators running for president will be tied to their deaths to sensually once this trial begins unable to tweet unable to talk and certainly unable to meet with voters in Iowa New Hampshire two states that value in person face times correspondent at keep CBS news update on Tom forty Britain's prince Harry making his first public remarks since he and his wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex announced they were stepping away from their duties as senior Royals Harry speaking in London at a charity he founded and did address the decision to step away the couple expected to split their time now between the UK and Canada BBC news correspondent Sophie long in Vancouver Meghan we believe it's still here on Vancouver Island it still is that now these discussions in the U. K. between higher in the royal family have please come to some form of conclusion that we had in those statements released on Saturday that he might now feel able to come here and be reunited with his wife and young son suddenly there a lot of people here who are looking for to welcoming prince Harry if the when he does Dr Queen Elizabeth has stated she fully supports Harry and Megan is a step away from their royal duties to Catholic priests suspended we'll get to that story coming up check the roads at six oh three it's traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of doing like all wheel drive traffic on the three is more lord good morning Charlie really just one problem but it is quite a problem it's eastbound on the mass pike it's a rolled over tractor trailer truck this crash has been clearing since two thirty this morning and that's what happened they been trying to clear it out of there since then it's after exit eleven one twenty two and up did still want to keep it way over to the left hand side with the right and the centre lanes closed off their downtown things are moving very well for us it is a big holiday of course were expecting this lighter volume that we're seeing right now lower deck the Tobin lever connector all moving well into the.
"royals harry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Shot police officers two officers that he said his house on fire which eventually burn down nearly the entire street at least for perhaps six four more houses are burned suffered some type of damage with more on the man believed to have called all about Honolulu police chief Susan valor Jerry handle in his sixties has been identified as a suspect in the killing of the two officers and the stabbing of the female he's listed as missing CBS news update on top forty it is five oh two Britain's prince Harry making his first public remarks since he and his wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex announcing that they were stepping back from their duties as senior Royals Harry speaking in London at a charity he founded and addressed the decision to step away the couple is expected to split their time between the UK and Canada Megan is said to be in Vancouver with their eight month old son Archie Buckingham Palace finalizing the deal with Harry and Megan this past weekend BBC news correspondent so feet long in Vancouver Meghan we believe it's still here on Vancouver Island it still is that now these discussions in the U. K. between higher in the royal family have please come to some form of conclusion that we had in those statements released on Saturday that he might now feel able to come here and be reunited with his wife and young son suddenly there a lot of people here who are looking for to welcoming prince Harry if the when he does arrive please Elizabeth has stated that she fully supports Harry and Megan as they step away from their royal duties should sixteen and seventeen year olds be allowed to vote we'll get to that story coming up let's go check the roads five old three it's traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic from a freeze warning brandy Hey good morning to you Charlie it is Martin Luther king junior day and we are expecting a lighter than usual volume out there this morning we are still in pretty good shape overall downtown the lower deck lever connector wide open to open a fine choice for you right now airport tunnels in good shape now eastbound mass pike still seeing some delays this is following in early tractor trailer tractor trailer year rollover it's at right after one twenty two in mill read traffic is slow going getting past there about one lane getting by exit eleven is the exit to watch out for so far so good on the expressway north not looking good from Braintree to Boston about a ten minute ride right now just came in on ninety three myself and things are looking very good from New Hampshire state line all the way into the city at this point route one for ninety five and one twenty eight all looking good for us as well hopefully it stays this way fingers crossed Laurie granny WBZ's traffic on the three now.
"royals harry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"But Necker he need on Bloomberg radio I'm June Grasso last week British Royals Harry and Meghan also known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a shocking announcement the couple announced plans to step back from their current roles as senior members of the royal family and split their time between the UK and North America well the move blind sided the queen and royal aides Harry in making a decision actually make sense if you think of the British monarchy as a business that's according to Serra green Carmichael an editor for Bloomberg opinion and she's here to tell us why so Serra as I mentioned this came as a shock to the queen and others but you write that it's consistent with the long term strategic plan a tribute to prince Charles how so yes hurled has been attributed to come up with this plan to modernize the monarchy and that means slamming it down a little bit so you don't have every on uncle and cousin and hanger on living off this the public at large yeah you have a narrow monarchy that really focuses on the monarchy air and that his or her direct heirs has the queen decided already how much the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are going to get from not only the the queen's largess but also from prince Charles know that all those details as far as we know aren't we still up in the air and I think you know it's important to note even if the long term plan with a slim down monarchy we're a long way from that now you know that the queen is is still alive she still the one in charge you know prince Charles wants to do this he'll have his turn one day but at times not now so all of those details are still to be worked out I think what was surprising was that Harian may and decided to make the finance on Instagram instead of speaking with one voice and coming out with a fully laid out plan endorsed by the queen as you write they've managed over the past couple of years to **** defeat from the jaws of victory tell us yeah few a few run ins with the press to say the least the biggest cities in one of the most recent has been at and considered lawsuit today launched against several media organizations and it accusing them multiple things violation of copyright you know for example and other issues but they really have felt mistreated by the press and that has led to a very adversarial relationship between the press and the Royals and yet so many other issues that have have come up for them are things they get you know this summer they serve chiding people about having to be a carbon footprint and then they were seen taking a private plane to their men some of these other death steps as well that you just the sort of time again getting blown up in the press do the British feel about Harry and Meghan and them getting money even if they stopped and stepped down from their role great question because it's really not as easy to disentangle the finances here as it would at first seem Harian Meghan themselves are worth millions of dollars and they have a net worth that is in that estimated to be around thirty million dollars but that may not be enough to support a trans Atlantic lifestyle with the level of security that they would need us to very high profile people who are close to the queen and the cost of security are very hard to estimate and the cost of security are traditionally the part of their lifestyle that is most funded by the public so that has been a real sticking point and of course you know even if they want to stop taking the queen is my name they still live on a lot of their father's money so to say that they're not taking money from the queen is one thing but then do not take it from their father who to clean the air you know people are not quite sure I think if that's a distinction that really given the kind of independence they're saying that they have now is the monarchy still as popular as it once was with the British people he is still quite popular I think where you see some differences is that younger people tend to be slightly more in favor of abolishing it so it's on average about one in five British citizens would like to abolish it if you look at younger people it's more like one and four so I think that is something for the royal family to keep in mind is you know there is always the chance that like other modern countries their citizens will decide to do away with a formal monarchy at all thank you so much Serra Serra green Carmichael an editor for Bloomberg opinion our kids got some fantastic health news last week based on the latest data from the American cancer society U. S. cancer deaths are plunging at the fastest rate ever however this data stands in sharp contrast with many other persistent and worsen health trends could you tell us more is Max Neeson a Bloomberg opinion healthcare column this so that's why the sharp drop which you know great news why the sharp drop sure so this is a few different things the biggest one is the continued drought in the adult smoking rate and just sort of the compound effect of the fact that you know for something like thirty years fewer and fewer Americans of have started smoking kept smoking that means much Nino fewer people getting lung cancer fewer people getting really battling cancer and then I know you get some contribution also from from new medicines the fact that we've developed a greater set of medicines that are you know targeted to really specific genetic defects to specific cancers that are helping people live longer or or sometimes a helping people be catering tire Lee animals we're likely to see a bigger impact from that even in the years to come and I'm thinking for example of teachers diva medicines like that of the sort of immuno oncology medicines they had some really dramatic effects of patients those were only really starting to be approved in these really big patient populations in lung cancer which continues to be the most prevalent type of cancer over the last couple years so some more to come from that benefit but still it is sort of telling that the biggest the biggest reason or not these expensive new medicines it's it's smoking cessation which is much cheaper to to kind of problem why are drug companies focusing so much on cancer treatments you know there are a lot of different reasons in general since you know fewer people get cancer and you look at specific types of cancer these are are more narrowly targeted drugs and also because cancer progress quite rapidly you you get sort of what are called the vents you know people progressing or passing away pretty rapidly in those combine to make for clinical trials that are are shorter and less costly to run so they're they're cheaper develop and they are more expensive to buy so because they're generally targeting small populations and a given health plan only will have a few people that need a specific drug in a given year or over even in a calm if you different years are there really any push back is hard on the price of cancer drugs when you talk about insulin or you know heart disease drugs on the other end they might have hundreds of people taking them so they're they're very very price conscious there you have this combination of of shorter development cycles the fact also we've learned a lot about cancer in high prices that are that are driving truck makers towards these types of medicines are there areas that drug makers are ignoring like insulin because they're focusing on cancer treatment absolutely you know they're they're sort of a sort of explicit examples we have of one would be you know send iffy giant French drugmaker out right just a bit ago said that he was giving up on developing diabetes and in our medicines and focusing on among other things cancer are and then you have sort of these quieter you know examples in the data where you have this sort of relative dearth in in development of of medicines that they treat depression for example and that that treat addiction you and it also antibiotics research has has fallen by the wayside in large part due to some of these are scientific difficulties but the relative focus also comes because they are less profitable these what is and is the address broader patient populations you write that there are plenty of intervention initiatives that deserve greater funding including efforts to reduce of the city and lower infection rates of hepatitis C. and H. P. V. aren't those areas where the public especially efforts to reduce a BC with the public would flock to any kind of treatment would would would hope is you know these are difficult problems I highlighted the specifically because these are also other potential sources of preventative cancers are specifically H. P. V. in H. C. infection and we see this well you know though we have interventions for those latter two will be cities is tougher I mean if if we could have a medicine there it would be huge again you know difficult development problem less people try it let's people failed but also many fewer people are working on that they're working on you know the medicines for for cancers with that have a prevalence you know one in thousands or millions of people so there there is a sort of a a lack of funding a lack of incentive for these efforts relative to white drug makers know that the American healthcare system will will pay for war you know what it was or what about Alzheimer's which we're hearing more and more about it is a very frightening thing for most Americans who are you know past the age of millennials with mortality there is is still getting worse in likely to get even worse as the population ages where there's been a real lack of of drug development success part of this is the fact that you know drug makers have been chasing a hypothesis about how to treat the disease that has failed repeatedly it's partially the fact that we don't totally new know where to go but also that deter they've they've chosen to focus resources on non cancer instead for verse of those reasons I mentioned earlier to I know servers drug requires a long period of of difficult research a lot of failure and massive expensive trials that in the past have not paid off thank you so much Max that's maximizing the Bloomberg opinion healthcare column this and that's it for.
"royals harry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Brigantine on radio I'm June Grasso last week British Royals Harry and Meghan also noted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a shocking announcement the couple announced plans to step back from their current roles as senior members of the royal family and split their time between the UK and North America well the move blind sided the queen and royal aides Harry in making a decision actually make sense if you think of the British monarchy as a business that's according to Serra green Carmichael an editor for Bloomberg opinion and she's here to tell us why so Serra as I mentioned this came as a shock to the queen and others but you write that it's consistent with a long term strategic plan a tribute to prince Charles how so yes hurled has been attributed to come up with this plan to modernize the monarchy and that means swimming it down a little bit so you don't have every on uncle and cousin and hanger on living off this the public at large yeah you have a narrow monarchy that really focuses on the monarch the air and that his or her direct heirs has the queen decided already how much the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are going to get from not only the the queen's largess but also from prince Charles know that all those details as far as we know aren't we still up in the air and I think you know it's important to note even if the long term plan with a slim down monarchy we're a long way from that now you know that the queen is is still alive she still the one in charge you know prince Charles wants to do this he'll have his turn one day but at times not now so all of those details were still to be worked out so I think what was surprising was that Harian may and decided to make the finance on Instagram instead of speaking with one voice and coming out with a fully laid out plan endorsed by the queen as you write they've managed over the past couple of years to **** defeat from the jaws of victory tell us yeah you a few run ins with the press to say the least the biggest of these in one of the most recent has been that and considered lawsuit today launched against several media organizations and it accusing them a a multiple things violation of copyright you know for example and other issues but they really have felt mistreated by the press and that has led to a very adversarial relationship between the press and the Royals and yet so many other issues that have have come up for them are things they get you know this summer and they serve chiding people about having to be a carbon footprint and then they were seen taking a private plane to their men some of these other death steps as well that you just the sort of time again getting blown up in the press do the British feel about Harry and Meghan and them getting money even if they stopped and stepped down from their role great question because it's really not as easy to disentangle the finances here as it would at first seem so Harian Meghan themselves are worth millions of dollars and they have a net worth that is in that is estimated to be around thirty million dollars but that may not be enough to support a trans Atlantic lifestyle with the level of security that they would need us to very high profile people who are close to the queen and the cost to the security are very hard to estimate and the cost of security are traditionally the part of their lifestyle that is most funded by the public so that has been a real sticking point and of course you know even if they want to stop taking the queen is my name they still live on a lot of their father's money so to say that they're not taking money from the queen is one thing but then do not take it from their father who's the clean the air you know people are not quite sure I think if that's a distinction that really given the kind of independence they're saying that they have now is the monarchy still as popular as it once was with the British people he is still quite popular I think where you see some differences is that younger people tend to be slightly more in favor of abolishing it so it's on average about one in five British citizens would like to abolish it if you look at younger people it's more like one and four so I think that is something for the royal family to keep in mind as you know there is always the chance that like other modern countries their citizens will decide to do away with a formal minor key at all thank you so much Serra that Serra green Carmichael an editor for Bloomberg opinion our kids got some fantastic health news last week based on the latest data from the American cancer society U. S. cancer deaths are plunging at the fastest rate ever however this data stands in sharp contrast with many other persistent and worsen health trends here to tell us more is Max Neeson a Bloomberg opinion healthcare columnists so that's why the sharp drop which you know great news why the sharp drop sure so this is a a few different things of the biggest one is the continued drought in the adult smoking rate and sort of the compound effect of the fact that you know for something like thirty years here in fewer Americans of have started smoking kept smoking that means much you know your people getting lung cancer fewer people getting really battling cancer and I know you get some contribution also from from new medicines the fact that we've developed a greater set of medicines that are you know targeted to really specific genetic defects to specific cancers that are helping people live longer or or sometimes a helping people be Catherine tire early animals we're likely to see a bigger impact from that even in the years to come and I'm thinking for example of teachers diva medicines like that of the sort of immuno oncology medicines they have to really dramatic effects of patients those were only really starting to be approved in these really big patient populations in lung cancer which continues to be the most prevalent type of cancer on over the last couple years so some more to come from that benefit but still it is sort of telling that the biggest the biggest reason or not these expensive new medicines it's it's smoking cessation which is much cheaper to to kind of problem why are drug companies focusing so much on cancer treatments you know there are a lot of different reasons in general since you know fewer people get cancer and you look at specific types of cancer these are are more narrowly targeted drugs and also because cancer progress quite rapidly you you get sort of what are called the vents you know people progressing or passing away pretty rapidly in those combine to make for clinical trials that are are shorter and less costly to run so they're they're cheaper develop and they are more expensive to buy so because they're generally targeting small populations and a given health plan only will have a few people that need a specific drug in a given year were over even in ikana few different years are there really any push back as hard on the price of cancer drugs when you talk about insulin or you know heart disease drugs on the other end they might have hundreds of people taking them so they're they're very very price conscious there you have this combination of of shorter development cycles the fact also we've learned a lot about cancer and high prices that are that are driving truck makers towards these types of medicines are there areas that drug makers are ignoring like insulin because they're focusing on cancer treatment absolutely you know they're they're sort of the sort of explicit examples we have of one would be you know send iffy giant French drugmaker out right just a bit ago said that he was giving up on developing diabetes and in our medicines and focusing on among other things cancer are and then you have to sort of these quieter new examples in the data where you have this sort of relative dearth in in development of of medicines that to treat depression for example and that they die treated diction you and it also endodontics research has has fallen by the wayside in large part due to some of these are scientific difficulties but the relative focus also comes because they are less profitable these medicines is the address brother patient populations you write that there are plenty of intervention initiatives that deserve greater funding including efforts to reduce the B. city and lower infection rates of hepatitis C. and H. P. V. are in those areas where the public especially efforts to reduce a BC with the public would flock to any kind of treatment owned would would would hope you know these are difficult problems I highlighted the specifically because these are also other potential sources of preventative cancers are specifically each TV in HCV infection and we see this well you know those we have interventions for those latter two will be cities is tougher I mean if if we could have a medicine there it would be huge again you know difficult development problem less people try it let's people failed but also many fewer people are working on that they're working on you know the medicines for for cancers with that have a prevalence you know one in thousands or millions of people so there there is a sort of a a lack of funding a lack of incentive for these efforts relative to white drug makers note that the American healthcare system will will pay for war you know what a one or two what about Alzheimer's which we're hearing more and more about it is a very frightening thing for most Americans who are you know past the age of millennials with mortality there is is still getting worse in likely to get even worse as the population ages where there's been a real lack of of drug development success part of this is the fact that you know drug makers have been chasing a hypothesis about how to treat the disease that has failed repeatedly it's partially the fact that we don't currently new know where to go but also that the that they've they've chosen to focus resources on non cancer instead for for some of those reasons I mentioned earlier tonight L. servers drug choirs a long period of of difficult research a lot of failure and massive expensive trials that in the past have not paid off thank you so much Max.
"royals harry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Already in progress then an explosion in the sky said science in Iran different that plane was hit by a missile right what I what when it first happened I was like there's no way there's just no way I mean it because of all the back channel stuff was gone there was no way but poor communication across the board you tell everybody look because tribes living rent free in their hat you tell everybody but they they kill basically our second do right right you got the big guy right how many many of the present a company but the country this guy though what he and how many were tight your pals lot of people thought he was gonna rise that level either president or beyond so they killed our second dude so just in case let's be on high alert but don't be foolish they shot down the plane there now let the NTSB and the lady this is this is real they shot down the plane people want answers we have intelligence from multiple sources including our allies and our own intelligence the evidence indicates that the plane was shot down by an Iranian surface to air missile this may well have been unintentional this new information reinforces the need for a thorough investigation into this matter it is now more important than ever that we know exactly how such a tragedy could have happened the families of the victims and all Canadians want answers I want answers yeah what happens I think it's it's the again trump rent free in their heads they're looking around they're expecting after they launch these these missiles into Iraq they're expecting some sort of reaction and somebody didn't get the memo that Hey let's let's they were tracking it on the radar and a tragedy that's that's the reality of a tragedy took place and a hundred and seventy plus people lost their life and it's horrible so they can come out say science always sol Sino wasn't all science couldn't hit it was somebody Alex thought they were doing something right it went off it tracked it it blew it up that guy wasn't trying to turn the plane around there was no turning to play around I pretty much what I'm thinking the minute it got hit it was over and done with snapped in two good many people probably already killed because of the impact and there was no getting back of the airplane none three two three five three twenty four twenty three hatch events and shows your Twitter you can tweet at me you could text the program as well show what's gonna happen with the Royals I find this to be interesting there's a battle going on in the royal family and see here's the thing the Royals are not a fan of making they don't like make Meghan Markle is a pain in the **** right she didn't grow up with pomp and circumstance she's a commoner she's a yank she was successful right William is very royal Harry.
"royals harry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Quicken loans I'm Pam Coulter the threat of war with Iran seems a more distant possibility after Ron's low impact retaliation for the U. S. killing of Tehran's top military commander president trump just warned of new economic sanctions on Iran we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained CBS is Cammy McCormick says an early warning system help to guard against casualties a defense official tells CBS news the U. S. had multiple hours of warning about the attack plenty of time for troops to take shelter in bunkers the warning came from a combination of satellites and signals and communications intercepts and correspondent David Martin says Pentagon officials dismissed speculation that Iran purposely avoided killing people general Miller said it's his professional opinion that these missiles which hit taxiways parking lots a helicopter in one case were intended to kill people on Capitol Hill there is bipartisan criticism of the administration's briefings on the intelligence behind the US strike at General Qasem Soleimani calling it the worst military briefing he's ever received Republican senator Mike Lee of Utah lashed out at secretary of state Mike Pompeii ought not just for the lack of good Intel but for telling lawmakers not to debate a war powers resolution that would limit the president's military power telling us that we need to be little boys and girls and run along and and not debate this I find that absolutely insane senator Lee says as a result all now support that democratic sponsored resolution along with fellow GOP senator rand Paul bill ray Cobb CBS news Capitol Hill a missile is not believed to be the cause of the crash of the Ukrainian passenger jet in Tehran all one hundred seventy six people aboard the Boeing seven thirty seven plane were killed CBS is Chris van Cleve says the U. S. is being left out of the investigation courage have reportedly found the black boxes but Iran it will not give Boeing access to them the life of a commoner may be appealing to Britain's prince Henry Harry and his wife Megan they plan to step back from being senior members of the royal family and become financially independent wall splitting their time between Britain and North America the BBC Johnny diamond says Terry didn't like some parts of being a royal Harry couldn't really bad the ceremonial he really really hate to the cameras he would turn away from all cameras he would turn away from stills cameras as well couldn't back the constant presence of the media the Dow was up one sixty one today this is CBS news rocket mortgage by quicken loans who understands that it's not just a mortgage it's your mortgage that's the difference rocket mortgage push button get more gave a deadline for students to get vaccinated comes and goes the latest coming up the first however radio real time traffic good afternoon Tracy Taylor heather Bosch we've got no yeah we've got a little bit of snow that's following in some some parts of the area out and is that what I'm hearing from you guys at nine eight nine seven three about some some light flurries let's not get excited here however I am looking at the camera as a tiger mountain summit where yeah it's starting to accumulate not bad but it's definitely heavy for those of you heading westbound.
"royals harry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And they're the expert, by the way, they're the experts brought in the top. Yeah. They are not sure to this day how the Chinese got that code because it's a highly protected. Imagine NSA goes protected right now to the extent that we can do it. They use that that that code to conduct cyber warfare in Belgium, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, the Philippines, and Vietnam they were targeting schools with scientific research government facilities with scientific research. A telecommunications network they got access to millions of private communications, the Chinese are showing their cards here. They are in the Russians aren't the top dogs when it comes to cyber work. Very interesting stuff, and we're gonna we're gonna watch that extremely closely. Now here we have a problem you have you have a President Trump with with huge approvals right now the highest of his presidency yet you've got Joe Biden with a massive lead on these. Democrats. It looks like Democrats are starting to coalesce around him. We know he's a little bit on the squishy side. But we also know at the same time Nancy Pelosi appears to be putting all her eggs in the Biden basket because she says, listen, we run the risk of impeachment here. We'll subpoena will stand tough against Trump. But at the same time she saying, hey, let's stay center. Don't go to radical. Don't don't don't go too crazy here. We don't want to blow this thing. There's a lot of dynamism in this fight right now, Raj. Well, some of the outlines of it become clear. However, and that is that number one Bernie Sanders if he were to get the democratic nomination would be defeated by Donald Trump. Yes, that's pretty clear in every poll was also pretty clear is that the vast amount of Democrats are uneasy, and and in some cases unions, and some of the money backers very uneasy about this lurch to the left and free this and free that and we're gonna have Medicare for all which means it all of your union, all of your hard-fought union, medical plans. Forget about it. They're going to be. You know? I know that's what Medicare for all means try so at this point. Whoa. We want to win at twenty twenty. You know, you're crazy people go to think tanks. Have a good time not interfere with the practical politics of electing a democrat next time. So that we can do some of these things in a piecemeal fashion. In fact, we'll have plenty of bills close. He's already, you know, her able is pretty well known. She'll have plenty of bills which will say, hey, you'll know what this means when we when we vote on it and make it law, then you'll find out ObamaCare. Present. It's not rejecting these leftist ideas. She said you can't talk about it now before an election. You talk about it after the election. You hide the carrots in the mashed potatoes and eat it. That's what you do. Okay. And finally, Raj. Speaking of mashed potatoes. We we have a new Royal? We have a new Royal, Harry and Meghan have a kid, the the something of Sussex, or whatever he's going to be I feel like it's an overblown over hyped story. But you yesterday said up. Nope, it's good. It's we've infiltrated these these royals. We got a half an American Duke over there. That's pretty good stuff. That was a recognizable sarcasm on by park. These are people who are irrelevant to anything in the real world. There are a relic a relic of feudal age age and they're completely irrelevant. But I'll tell you what I specifically detest than for this reason that in nineteen forty five win the labor party took over from Churchill and decided that all of these lords ladies are going to have to cop up their manners in their in their farms and everything else a via Chris Katori tax situation that didn't touch the Windsors maestro. Everyone else in that in that category. The Windsors kept their money and everyone else, got sacrificed and they walked away from it. And as far as I'm concerned, they're irrelevancy just turned into Belevolence. Wow. Strong words. Can we just point one other thing out though, Harry Harry Windsor now has an anchor baby? This. Anchor-baby becomes an American citizen. I would. All right. Well, I think we've offended everybody in a quitted ourselves quite well today. Roger, what do you think? Thank you feel proud of. Okay. Great night. That's the five at five hundred seven sixty day of Brentwood will show eight seven sixty Donkin. Breaking news a Royal anchor-baby. Jim chevette got headlines. What's going on? Jim a sad ending for the honor flight took place this past weekend. We're learning that ninety five year old former soldier died aboard. The return flight Sunday union Tribune reporting that Frank mantle clapsed about an hour before the chartered American Airlines jet was due to land to doctors, including his own son were unable to revive him. Local parents are demanding an investigation alleging claims of sexual abuse. At the San Diego junior theatre in Balboa park went unreported. The case involves a theater instructor later convicted of sexually abusing a sixteen year old student parents claim he could have been stopped before the abuse ever happened. California governor Gavin Newsom. Wants to end the sales tax on tampons and diapers and use revenue from legal marijuana sales toward enhancing childcare programs, those items are part of a parent's agenda. 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"royals harry" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"We dive into my mail bag. I have to tell you on the road in Denver. The first thing I did when I woke up he said staring at the mountains was I went to check the mail bag and a lot of you commented on what happened with the horse maximum security. And I don't know if you realize it's not a set in the first segment put my second cousin Chason services the trainer for that horse. My family's seem pretty excited about that were excited about I put something on Facebook in hit up my cousin. Jody and she was watching with my great uncle Joe in family and bottom line is this. It was such a rip off and to me. And I understand what Stewart's decision was. But I think they made a very big mistake. And so much has come out since then an appeal was filed the appeal was denied and Gary west the owner of the horse was on this day show in the aftermath of this controversy because you never had this. Qualification in one hundred forty plus years of the derby. He said he was gonna file it appeal with the Kentucky horse racing commission over the results of the race, which he did. But it didn't matter the longshot ended up getting victories sixty five to one country house, and, you know, twenty horse fuel than hundred and fifty thousand people and boy, oh, boy, lots of booze were sounding in that crowd. And so many of you talked about that bomb listening to us migrates hit Kentucky said, Kate Delaney. I'm very disappointed in the results of the Kentucky Derby, I waited with bated breath. Z what the decision would be with the stewards. I think they blew it there too many horses in the run for the roses anyway, and the fact that the best horse in the race didn't win and really didn't really let's face it risk any horse out there from winning the thing. I think it was a miss carriage of Justice put it that way. Way. I'm sure your family's disappointed. I saw pose that you made about that. And I'm sure the owners of that horses disappointed, and it's too darn bad horse racing already has enough to glory with worry about in contend with. So this was a big mistake. Just my two cents as you like to say. All right. You know, I feel I'm gonna agree with you. And then I got this one from Jerry, and he says Kate. Wow. Kentucky Derby as excited to watch. It. It's always a big deal in my family. We dress up we invite people over we just make a day and catch up with old friends and mel's were jar when they would have one hundred hundred and fifty fourth running the Kentucky Derby, I can't believe that horse. Maximum security was disqualified, I hope that horse goes on to win eight on of of their races. All right to Shay. If you have any thoughts on that or anything else, you know that you can always hit me up at Kate, Delaney radio dot com. Kate, Delaney radio dot com. Then it got this one is kind of a sidebar. Dr I talk about he voted key. And me love, of course, come on with us. He's the founder, you know, his story. His dad had colon cancer, and it was bleak. And it was the curve ball some suggested tried at any bit. He changed his life. And and came up with the heave O T club knows that Paul Darko t- that of course, is the depot t club that I talked about the fact that I've been taking it or drinking it and what a difference it's made for for me. 'cause you know, I'm traveling. You've heard being the show's coming from Denver and people around their hacking in wheezing. And that's what happens when you travel in the weather changes. But luckily for me, it's been an okay Reisman a decent ride. I haven't gotten sick. And I've tribute a lot of that. Honestly to the fact that I drink the teen in the T. I I believe has the ingredients in it from that tree. Could make such a difference. So I'm a big advocate. And the reason I bring this up in the middle of mailbags because some of you are reacting to it little like Joe who says Kate I have to tell you. I've been drinking to vote t-. And I was I was just curious about it. Because I heard you talk about it. I heard your conversations with the the owner and I so kit. I like it. I've adduced my neighbors to it. Because once you hit a certain age, especially think more about your mortality, I'm in my sixties, and I feel really really good. And I see people around me getting sick. And I'm looking for natural remedies. I think this is a darn good one. So thanks for bringing us those conversations. Anyway, thanks for reaching out to me this move to something completely different than it's the terrorists. This one from Robert who says Kate the terrorists with the Chinese goods. I don't think the American people realize, you know. But you are going to be paying for certain goods that you pick up that you have no idea are made by the Chinese better. Get ready to pass on some of what you normally pick up whether it's food or some other item because it's going to shoot up. There's no these companies can eat completely they won't. And it seemed like this whole thing was locked up. I can't believe that it's been reopened again. And I don't blame the president. I think he should stick to his guns. But you know, it's going to be that trickle down thing. We're all of us are going to end up paying for that in a very very big way. Well, yeah. The talks broke down. I mean, they wouldn't agree. Some of the provisions in the revisions so China had agreed to change his laws as part of the deal. They said they would do it. And then they changed their mind apparently. So because of the changing of their mind that leads to the fact that there's tariff serving really shoot up. I mean, you go from ten to twenty five percent. Out. But you know, we saw the effects even on the stock exchange. It was being fell. We saw the yield on the ten year treasury falls six basis points two point forty seven percent on on Monday. And anytime you have any of that negative news Asian Pacific trading. Of course, would be off in what you're gonna see basically this one is from and I'm jumping all over the place 'cause it was pretty exciting to open the mail bag and see that you're talking about everything from the horse race maximum security to the terrorists to everything else. And I got this from Mack who says cake, I have a question for you. When you are traveling have you found because of the way airports are because I travelled for a living. Luckily, I have one week off a month. But I'm traveling like a crazy man the rest of the time. Have you found that airports have gotten much more crowded and? It's tougher on people running to and from gates and everything that travels involved with. And that's kind of you know, what that's an interesting question max because is different than before nine eleven. Of course, it is used to roll up at the last second you could do that old run through the airport. Something many people are running through the airport, and you have to you know, it's a timing thing. You could go to an airport, and it could be like a ghost town when I flew to the other day when I flew to Denver. I didn't find that the airport was very bad in Dallas. And isn't that goes saying in the airport? It was a breeze to go through. But it was very early in the morning, and it was the tail end of the weekend. And so on a Sunday, and I just got lucky at the timing of it. Sometimes it can be crowded, and it's nightmare Orlando airport. If you don't have clear TSA tree board. It's. People are gonna visit that it's just jam jam jam. So there's where you have to really really watch out. That is pleasant. I love to go to these places. I love meeting people. I love taking the show to Denver to Ireland is van of Austin all these spots. And I feel very fortunate to take you along with the listeners, but he has some times travels difficult. Sometimes just is not as difficult as it just depends on the day, and and the the particular airport, of course, how the plane schedules are the planes around time, and it's easy peasy and night load on I could put is what I sit down. I'm in my seat, and it looks like everything smooth. I'm feeling really good. How's that for an answer? His move onto the next one. And this one comes to us on Susan. I laughed because Susan's says oh, Kate. I just happened to be looking at some pictures. I don't know if you know this or not, but the Royal family had their baby Megan, and Harry and their baby is a boy. And I just in some ways I feel so sorry for them. But I guess that's part of the Royal life. All the masses coverage. I mean, can they give them some space, and do we really care that much about the Royal baby? I mean, why are people so obsessed with the royals no sense to them? But do you get it? Yes. Because we live in a celebrity culture in the royals the whole thing royals, Harry and William in the tragedy of Princess, Diana intrigues people. So while we have floods in Iowa and that serious while we have this crazy finish to the horse race that everyone in the world was watching. While we talked about the terrorists, and what China's gonna do, and we look at what's happening at the border on the other side of this people. I think it's like a release living through other people. So you go, and you check out and you see people magazine,.
"royals harry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And there is word that at least two other senior leaders will likely be shown the door very soon. The royals Harry and Meghan are expecting their first child, but because both Meghan Andrews soon to be baby argue us, citizens they'll be liable to pay US taxes, which could open up those private Royal financial accounts to the IRS this could get sticky. Can you imagine she'd have to renounce her citizenship in order for her not have pay taxes, but for child if she wants her child could US citizen will be paying the money? You who knows what the okay, we got. We continue our discussion because this is such a widespread. Trend not just in California. But across the country kids who are living adult kids who are living with their parents. And of course, moving out has long been considered to be sort of this rite of passage, well, not any longer. There's a survey of the top fifty metro areas in the country. It shows that more than eighteen percent of Sakamoto adults who are twenty five to forty are living with their parents unemployment or high cost of living are the two most common reasons for this. Well, I think one thing that I took away from this was we do hear more and more of people especially out of college moving in with their parents. But the twist at this article talked about is what the reality is don't blame the millennials number one for the problem. Number two is all parents to realize M, I providing a hand up and out to my kids in third as I get older am I taking care of myself. I won't have to depend on my kids as much and therefore jeopardizing their financial future. So I think all of those provided three sixty perspective. This is a generation that that they can't even fathom buying a house anymore. Right. They don't want to do yard work. They don't wanna do pull work. But you know, the twist in this article, I thought was pretty interesting is that it's not always the kids needing the parents sometimes the parent hasn't plan for retirement. So they have their kids move into kind of help with expenses and do it that way as well. So it can't go both ways. But there's just this intermeshing of the lives of parents and children that we haven't seen that culturally is changing. But this is a I want to play one more from Kenny. Okay. He's the financial planning expert. You just heard from. We have one more clip. He says if you do allow the kids to boomerang back home after college or job loss, do not make that stay open ended. What many parents find success with is? This have a written agreement of the terms of the child Dane at your home. Now, what that looks like is will there be rent pay? Paid. What is the exit date? What are the expectations when you live with us? So that we're all on the same page, and that way, it takes it from personal to more business in the sense of your someone living near we care love for you and care about you. But we want to make sure that we're doing the best for you. The worst possible thing to do with have no agreement have no dialogue, and it's open ended in what often happens is a deterioration of the relationship. That's often hard to sell hard to salvage just what he was saying the the cover resentful. If there's discount as open ended thing going on in the cities were living with parents was most common in the United States riverside and Miami, both very expensive to live just the cost of living bureaus, and then the cities were you release likely live with mom or dad, Minneapolis Seattle and Denver, and it's not cheap to live in those areas either they're not cheap Sacramento came in at like eighteen meta fifty. Okay. That's the trend. And we went just a little bit deeper. Want to go to the roads right now with Brian noble? Hi, brian. Good morning. This report sponsored by truecar. We still have crews on scene doing the investigation into that earlier fatality. DUI accident.
Ebola outbreak in large city 'very concerning'
"Horsely. Okay. Millions millions of people are expected to tune into the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in England tomorrow. All right. So who's getting married Prince? Harry is sixth in line to the British throne, and he has really come a long way when he was just a kid, he lost his mother Princess, Diana in a car accident as a young man, he loved to party sometimes embarrassing the royals. Harry is now thirty three years old. And by all accounts, he's grown up. He served as a soldier in Afghanistan. He has been promoting the cause of mental health. His bride is rather unconventional by British Royal standards. Markle thirty six years old is an American actress who is by racial and this will be her second marriage. NPR's Frank Langfitt normally covers small stories, like I don't know China or Brexit, but he's been promoted this week to be NPR's royals correspondent and he'll be covering everything about this Royal wedding. Hey, there, Frank, Hagen moist. Where are you? I'm at Windsor Castle, and it's a beautiful two magnificent day. It's just outside of London. It's the queen's weekend home, and I'm sitting along the long walk. Now this is the road that leads up to the castle and the carriage with Harry and Meghan is gonna pass by here tomorrow and kind of I think the big image you're going to see on television is the carriage going up the hill towards the castle in the background, they're going to be tens of thousands of cheering fans. It's going to be. It's gonna be quite a picture. So so franker you there because you have to get there twenty four hours in advance to claim your seat on the lawn. Excellent question. It's actually a great time for people to get here. It's pretty wide open except I have been talking to Royal super fans who've been out here for four days sleeping, right at certain corners so they can get view of the carriage while. And so there are people who are just absolutely loved the Royal family, and they come out for this in terms of how the rest of Britain feels. I think is pretty mixed. We not having as many block parties as we had for William's marriage back in two thousand and. Seven and of course, you know, Harry is not going to be kings, so it's not as big a deal. Also, there's some people, of course are critics. This is going to cost tens of millions of dollars, probably mostly for security, and some people still question whether the United Kingdom taxpayers should be spending so much on these sorts of events. Isn't there a sign of change in this Royal wedding, Frank? Because of whom Prince Harry is Marianne. It's a really different choice. And I think this is a more interesting story. She's an actress, she's from LA. She's by racial and divorced, and it's when you talk to people around London and Greater London. They talk about this speaking to a growing diversity in the UK, especially in a place like London that's so multicultural. And also the Royal family begin to a little bit more like the people that they represent catching up. Some people saying, you know, beginning to catch up to society. So yeah, there's there's definitely a sense, and I think that's one of the key points of interest. Well, let's just underline that for a moment because I mentioned Brexit before that was seen in some ways, a. Reaction against immigrants against too much diversity isn't Britain already a fairly diverse place. It's actually it's actually not. It's fascinating. It's I think, close to eighty seven percent white. So it's very different than the United States. London is much more like Manhattan. It's incredibly global, but the rest England you. I mean, even where I live, it's mostly white folks. I don't see people of color out there that much. Okay. Different sort of Royal wedding, Frank. Thanks very much. Appreciate it. Happy to do it. Steve NPR's royals correspondent Frank, Langfitt. Some other news. Now, the World Health Organization says any bowl outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has reached a new and more worrying phase. Yep. Patient with Ebola turned up in a large port city on the Congo river, nearly a hundred miles from the epicenter of the outbreak. So what had appeared to be a small, relatively confined outbreak of Ebola in the country. Suddenly looks more serious NPR's Jason vogue and has been watching this story either Jason, hey, good morning. How big a deal is this? It definitely is concerning because now we have what public health officials calling urban Ebola this potential for transmission to be happening in the crowded city and the ideas that that transmission could be exponential instead of sort of the slow plotting linear transmission that usually get in these rural areas in the Congo that have always been contained quite easily in the past. But still we'd say it still just one. Confirmed case in this river port city. Although you are reminding me of two thousand fourteen when there was an outbreak of A Bola in west Africa, and I suppose we should mention when you get into a city, most of the cities, the world are connected and people start worrying about where where does these might go next? Absolutely. And that is the big question. You know, it's very early here, but there could be a lot of cases that are still out there in this city that haven't been detected or it could be that, you know, it's just this one that the, you know, the west Africa outbreak. In the end, you ended up with twenty eight thousand people getting sick. Eleven thousand of them died. There's there's a lot of concern that this one case in the river port could be sort of the kernel that could start another huge one, another huge outbreak. You know, the capital can Shasha is just a few hundred miles down the river that same river kind of leans up to the Central African Republic. So a bull spreading along the Congo river really is sort of a nightmare scenario. Okay. So when I think of Democratic Republic of Congo. I mean, if you just try to do word associations, you think civil war, you think misgovernment you think poverty can health officials there do much or they organized well enough to stop this outbreak. You obviously, this is an incredibly challenging place to to deal with an outbreak like this, which does not have the healthcare system that would be able to do that they're having to fly in even the protective gear to treat these patients you. You've got the World Health Organization flying people in even the UN's World. Food Program has been sort of roped into setup. This helicopter bridge where they're flying things into the actual epicenter, their new little transmission. You know the, the personal protective equipment, these 'isolation wards all things like that need to get flown in and it's a, it's absolutely a huge challenge in this type of an environment in few seconds. Is there one lesson from two thousand fourteen that applies here? Absolutely. It's move fast and that. Is happening. It's only been since may as that this was declared and they're getting their quick and trying to get these cases under control and get them contain Jason. Glad you're on top of this. Thanks very much. You're welcome. That's NPR's Jason. Bogan.