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The Cubs Are Sitting Pretty in the NLC
"They can look at the division. Tony you look at all the teams that the cubs have to but up against dan. We haven't seen a whole bunch of the squads in the central be. You know they haven't made a whole bunch of moves during this off season and in the cubs they're in that basket as well so when it comes to being competitive in the division right now. I think jed hoyer and david rawson as well as myself. I think everyone is of the mindset that this cubs team they can go out there and twenty twenty one and compete no matter what a yeah i think so for sure i mean you look at this division in every single team. All five of them has gotten significantly worse on paper going into twenty twenty one compared to twenty twenty you know the the reds are losing. Trevor bauer who. We talked about earlier in the podcast. I think you traded rozelle glossiest the angels. The potential transcending gray like who knows. We'll see some of that archie. Bradley was it was another pitcher. They acquired at the trade deadline atop reliever for them. He's gone cardinals. Have lost a lot of veteran guys as well. The pirates are trading away. Anybody of value right now in the brewers have you know declined to options are not options for guys like ryan braun and and so on so yeah off five teams really right now. Don't look better on paper than they did last year. But that doesn't mean that there's a wide open division for the cubs to go claiming i think right now the cubs have one of the best teams on paper. They have a manager. Year finalist david. Ross they have all those poor guys in the mvp candidates that we talked about before that if there are bounceback season from a couple of all of those guys than this offense is in much better shape than it was last year. So i think the real big question is just pitching for them you know. Where does the pitching come from from the cubs but yeah i think right now they can compete certainly with any team in the division
NFL Hall of Fame running back Paul Hornung dies at 84
"Warning when the Heisman is Notre Dame's quarterback in nineteen fifty six and was eventually moved to halfback under Packers coach Vince Lombardi the nineteen sixty one NFL MVP won four championships with Green Bay horning team with bruising fullback Jim Taylor from one of the NFL's greatest backfields warning led the NFL in scoring from nineteen fifty nine to nineteen sixty one and finished with seven hundred sixty points on sixty two touchdowns fifty six field goals and one hundred ninety extra points he was suspended for nineteen sixty three by commissioner Pete Rozelle for betting on NFL games and associating with undesirable persons warning went on to play three more seasons I'm Dave Ferrie
The $20 billion missing from this economy
"Los Angeles I'm Carl Rozelle Thursday I believe the twenty second of October has always to have you along everybody. We're going to start today with a story about something in this economy that is not there that isn't happening and what that means. We're going to set it up by noting that seven hundred, Eighty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week and made first time claims for unemployment benefits less than the week. Prior, it should be said, and also that the Labor Department adjusted downward is numbers for the previous couple of weeks. And that's good. It really is but the number of people on government assistance because they have lost their jobs is still stratospheric. Lee High millions of them are running out of benefits and as you know, those extra six, hundred dollars a week went away in August. And that to get back to the thing that's missing is sucking billions of dollars out of this economy compared to earlier in the pandemic how many billions? Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets the lead story today. The answer is. Twenty billion dollars a week. That's how much is not getting into out of work Americans, pockets since a bunch of federal assistance programs for the unemployed started running out in midsummer Andrew Statler at the Century Foundation says based on Treasury data, they were getting twenty six, billion a week that as come crashing down to just six billion dollars, it's much less support to. Families and to the economy than we had six hundred a week in federal pandemic payments expired at the end of July the President's partial replacement program ran out of money last month also folks laid off back in March and April are now running out of their twenty six weeks of state jobless benefits some but not all are getting a thirteen week federal extension. Unemployment benefits now average three twenty a week across the country. It's even less for gig workers on pandemic on employment assistance and that has made a huge dent in the purchasing power of households suffering unemployment says Mark Hamrick. Dot Com, they are really having to scrape to get by these days just for basic needs such as pay for shelter, pay the bills to put food on the table and forget about luxuries. That's exactly what Brooke Wetzel has seen play out in her florist business in La when the economy started to open up late spring sales picked up but since August things have gotten pretty slow people might have that you know extra fifty to seventy five dollars per fire arrangement. So woetzel's working part time now spending the. Rest with her homeschooling kids I'm Mitchell Hartman for
"rozelle" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Off. So you optimistic. I'm very optimistic, and I hope that when we get home around 4 30 ish I'll be able to eat and wash with some warm water. Yeah, Judge Judy to write is that for 30 How do you doody duty? I don't know. I got a 4 37 I like divorce court. She is about all that. All right? What? What were you lacking? Then? You mentioned washing. So are you like cold water? No. No warm water today. Everything in my house is electric, with the exception of the dryer. And you know I can't use that anyway. But it's Yeah, yeah. All right, Roxanne. Thanks for your call. Yeah. If you can still have warm water, and you could still cook on a gas stove. Absolutely. Living large right, so so much better than it's just more of a pain in the ass kicking to me means, but But when you're lacking those things it's like, Can I even stay here? Especially if you have kids. Ah, yeah. You want to get them somewhere? David Rozelle. You're on New Jersey, one on 1.5 How you doing? All right, Dave. PNG just texted me. We're not gonna have power until the ninth at three in the afternoon. The night that Sunday. Look. Yeah. I just got my card and charge my phones and go out and get ice right? Because I got meds that I got to keep cold. Yeah, that C and G M on that one. And that's no good in all eating, but at least I didn't get it. The shop right in Linden does have eyes but not now. Not. Ah, assumes. You said.
Avoiding Memory Care And Staying in Your Home
"With me, today is Rosellas Peel. We're going to talk about her book Mike and Mi. Mike was her husband or talking about living at home with Alzheimer's. which a lot of people are dealing with right now, so thanks for joining me Rozelle. Thank you Jennifer. It's fun to be here looking forward to the conversation. Awesome. Thank you, so tell me a little bit about your husband. I Oh, Gosh, you know you get a wife talking about their husband. We could go on forever, but he was a great guy. He lived till age seventy six. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in two thousand and two died in two thousand eleven and. He'd been in law enforcement for many years. Not Fortunately, he brought a good sense of humor into this illness with them and. Figured out how he could maintain up pretty pleasant attitude that was huge for both of us. It's definitely important. I've learned over the last two years of podcasting that one. There's a huge difference between spouses that are caregiving and adult children who are caregiving. Yes, my mom always said I. Don't want to be a burden to you. Girls Right Right. loops and I have to say you know. When he first got the diagnosis, he was pretty grumpy for awhile. It actually took a while to bring that back around. You say months. Months and then we kind of resolve that one day in the yard and we have this real honest conversation that he was concerned about leaving neon our home, and so we said well. Let's I think to this at home. We'll just see how skulls and he made a a real definite decision. Right? Then he said well. Let's get on with it, and you really had an attitude change, which was a blessing for both of us. Will definitely living with fears is not good and. Alzheimer's is fearful enough and if you think that maybe you're loving, spouse is gonNA dumped in some some place. Which I don't I've never met anybody that's done that. But. I think it's a legitimate concern. A lot of people have while could see being grumpy and I just realized was his concern. Mine was worried about what he get lost when he car keys will get. Hurt, would he know me? At the end of so really had two different agendas, and I didn't realize it till we had that heart heart top, and then we just kept moving year by year to see how this worked out, it turned out. We were able to stay at home. What kind of things did you guys do made that possible? Oh Goshen oh! I was thinking about that and I think. tuning in to him and who he was was a big deal. I think we learned how to handle anger. You know and that was a pretty positive thing to know how to do that. It was kind of thinking of key points. You know that might be helpful for people especially not staying at home so. I think the anger. Issue was important I think. Me Learning that I can still be a wife and a caregiver out was another one which I wasn't sure of. And then I think the other one that became just huge is that he continued snowy till the end of life, and I didn't know any of those things where possible when we started. That last when I had a great fear that went on me as time went on I could do this, but when he didn't know who I was that was going to make it a little bit. So he, he can't. He remembered your actual relationship. The entire time out. That was kind of an amazing thing to me i. think that happened because we did lots of little things that help that and couple of those things that helped out a lot. Is I came back to our wedding album? You know that was a good thing to do telling stories and reminding him of you know. Our stories than what we did in who we were literally I would take our wedding rings in Clink. Come together to just you know kind of say. Hey, we go together. And that was helpful so back to those memories was a big thing, and then I think actually staying in our home was helpful. Just be in our home at all the same things here. We had the family photos. The people coming by who your him. All those things you know kept him on track with who we were and. We were lucky that way. I didn't know if that would happen or not. Matter of fact is kind of funny. I talked to a caregiver Sabina the last year of life. We were in the kitchen, talking as she was going out the door and she said I. I said I can do this as long as Mike Still. No, so I am! That's my greatest fear is what s going to be light and she? She, said well. That doesn't always happen and I went what I mean. I was into this nine years, and I had no idea that he could still me, and actually part of my background is an RN and guarantee educator couple relationship person, so I knew a lot, but I had no idea even nine years later that maybe he would. Still we end up so I I liked. Let other people know that's possible.
Persecution of China's Uighur Muslims exposed
"Today we're looking at recent revelations about the plight of Chinese weaker. Muslims growing beards praying in public and calling someone overseas. These are some of the offenses for which we have been interned. In camps in the Xinjiang region of China these revelations appeared in a document leaked out of China known as the character list the F. T. Reporters working on the story are here to tell me about how they discovered the document and who they spoke to. Kristin Shepard is on the line from Beijing and Lord Patel is an Ankara so Christian. Let's start with you. There have been several different document dumps and leaks about China's programs in Xinjiang and various ways. In which the weaker minorities and other minorities are treated in this part of the country. What do these leaks? Tell us. That's new the previous documents that came out of Times and International Consortium for journalists. They were really the high levels plans from the top. Xinjiang and other Chinese government officials including president season paying and they lay out the overview of what wanted to happen than what this set of documents tells us is really the grounds. I view of what was happening dates day. How these decisions made who was making them. An why was so many by most estimates. It's over million Weigo's and other minorities in the region. Why exactly why they sent to camps and things that it reveals is the the reasonings were often for very minor offenses things that have spaw. The Chinese state could be worked up into things that would be seen as signs of extremism but in any other sides he will be very hard to consider as anything that would warrant a year. Ill more attention talk to us a little bit about how you got a hold of the documents. And what was in them? Documents were possibly by a Wego activist. I've developed a UP He's a linguist who is living in Europe in exile in recent years and he was posses documents from contacting seen John on what they is a very long spreadsheet a hundred thirty seven pages which full of personal information names dates of birth and importantly judgments about who is to be sent to reeducation camps in this county of Xinjiang are cash. And then how can you be sure that they're real? What steps did you take to verify them? There a number of different ways. You can go about trying to verify things. One thing that we did was go and look at other government documents to check the dates and the language used see if those matched they also because they contain a lot of personal information addresses. Id numbers relationships between individuals. Those are all things that you can look up on various dates bases so we checked for example the ID numbers of the people mentioned in the documents against their addresses if they came up with the same addresses as those online than that would suggest that the documents north and take on the old cases. We tried that the case we also got experts to vet them experts in China Studies. And then finally we're able to track down. Some of the family members of individuals mentioned on the list. Now Laura from your end you went to speak to people who are living abroad in Turkey. Who had family members documented in the car cash list? Can you tell us a bit more about the people that you spoke to? Who were they? Yes at the start of genre. I went to go and see a couple cooled often pods and risen saw and they're originally from Kara cash province. They now live in Istanbul with three children so both of them had relatives. Who are missing. They're both missing. Both sets of parents older siblings. They haven't spoken to them for years. And then you about the car crash list documents but when I first went to sea than they haven't yet found any on it so I asked them to give me a list of names of missing family members. The ages that children and that's what they did a few weeks later. We had the woman risen. Saw had found to have sisters that coupon She found the names on the list and she gave us the entry numbers on Christian checks the Chinese records the details of Sheikh giving us and they match frankly a real difference was at the age of the people were slightly out because the list dates back to two thousand eighteen that must have been quite an emotional revelation for her. What did she say about her sister's yes. She told me about his sister's past About her relationships with them it was very Saad. I think it was mixed feelings visa. One of his sisters who she knew had been detained for quite a long time. She actually said that she might be dead. So in some ways you know there was some sense of relief landing. The her oldest sister Rozelle's was probably still alive but at the same time. She had no idea that her younger sister pottum him would even be considered the detention. She said that she was kept us out of trouble. She described Howard's of shops young women. You know they used to fight sometimes to become when they were talking about close. It was very active picture that she painted the House to round little bakery together and she was just completely shocked. Find her on the list tonight. She'd been in detention and that was very upsetting. When was the last time that you've spoken with Pottum? In particular. She Law Specht pod to him at the same time she spoke to have parents which was back in June twenty. Sixteen things have been getting more difficult to have found the relatives back home. And the compensation that they had will often quite mundane because it was upset me out of the question they could speak about politics even talk about the situation in. Kashan what it was like for the family so she told me that she chatted with pods him about their relatives about positive. Clothes THAT IS INSIDE SENT. Ofa have family members when somebody was visiting and has sister was talking about which should keep the hassle which give other relatives. It was a kind of normal by Monday conversation. She had no idea it'd be the last one that they would ever have. And did she keep trying to reach her after that yes. She tried several times after that to cool and she got no answer she said. Said every time Iran butts the mandarin Chinese cannot be connected. Eventually result still trying. She didn't WanNA put her family members in danger and she hasn't spoken to them since summer of Twenty Sixty Christians were other people's stories similar to resume says in her family's Yes. There were a number of cases that were very similar in the lists attempts case was entered as number three hundred fifty eight and Offenses were down as having one more child than allowed by the family planning policy. That was actually the most common offense and reason given for people being sent to reeducation camps for many is decades. China has had very strict curbs on the number of children that families are allowed to have and traditionally weaker families would be allowed to have more children but recently there have been more restrictions on the number of children that we are allowed to have as part of the security campaign and it seems that a large number of people on the lists were targeted for reeducation because of this tendency to have more than the state thought was the appropriate number of children other offenses included. Things like connecting to people overseas any effect. In this case it was noted as appoints positive for a later release that she hadn't tried to contact her sister other things included travel growing bid. Praying home things that would be considered a just a normal part of everyday life or religious practices. And do we have a sense of why China has targeted these minorities in this particular way? What do we already know about how they're treated and how they're perceived by the state? Will this crackdown really began around? Two thousand fourteen an around that time there were a series of violent incidents both in Xinjiang also across China which the state says were traded by often we goods or other minorities and the response to that. Was this blanket security campaign in Sin John Mass police rallies a huge bulking up the surveillance apparatus bringing some high technology like facial recognition cameras but the cornerstone of this whole campaign was a system of camps known as reeducation camps. We don't know the exact number because China keeps the details of this system fairly secretive but their thoughts. Be Over. A hundred and these Often huge complexes that sprung up in recent years where anyone who was thought to be a potential extremists could be sent for reeducation in order to try and avoid that the coming of risk to the state but we now know who these documents at that the definitions that we use to determine who tension the extremists were things as mentioned before that are often very Monday just everyday practices of we use so Christian. You also went to carry cash to see what was going on. I think you've visited at least once probably more than once. What was it like and did you manage to speak to any people while you were there? It's extremely difficult to speak to anyone because the surveillance apparatus is so sophisticated that whenever a foreign journalist arrives in the region they will be immediately followed by state security agents. So although I was able to go there and move around with some freedom. It's extremely difficult to talk to individuals because any conversations with them could potentially put them at risk I was able to see was that they had been huge changes to society. I mean this is a region which is about ninety percent or more week. There were very few working age men on the streets. The neighborhood wearing a lot of people mentioned in the lists were living a lot ebben. Demolished parts of it were locked off and seemed to have large security gates. Meaning that anyone who wanted to come in and out would have to go through numerous checks. I only saw some elderly or young people in the streets alleys also able to get close to a number of the reeducation camps but not in most cases close enough to actually see the camps because police would set up roadblocks to prevent me from getting any nearer. But you could still see a lot of changes that happened to society in car cash. For example. The second largest mosque in the town have been demolished. That was just an antiquated rebel. That you could see the there were large textile mills. Knit one of the camp locations where we were bust. Apparently from the counts to a juice textiles which then likely be sold across China and potentially across the world so this system is really remolded the society in Calcutta which is the coins of it. The clues in the name. The full Chinese name is transformation through education camps. And that's what the Beijing government is hoping to achieve. Its to transform large parts of weak as society to make it more compliance in line with how Beijing the society to be in addition to reporting on the ground. Were there other mediums that you used to document or to observe HOW SOCIETY INCH? Jiang had been remolded. Yes we also able to find satellite imagery that can thumbs a lot of the changes that have been taking place. So if you look back to the very start of the campaign. A lot of these complexes that are identified in the lists as being reeducation camps just didn't exist and there's been a massive amounts of building huge spooling complexes often it's a campaigner detention center and factory will in one area alternate industrial pogs outside of the town which are the same areas. Wed Police were locking my entry. So that also provides a kroger writing evidence of the location and the scale of the camps. What do we know about the training? People receive once they're in the camps and also how they move through the camp system and then eventually back out into society. A lot of the training is around Mandarin Chinese around Chinese law around Chinese politics but it's essentially ideological and it's forcing people to do things like singing songs. That praise the Communist Party to learn for example that they are not allowed to hold religious ceremonies outside of those sanction directly by the state. So it's forcing views of the states into the minds of people go to the camps the amount of time that they spend that it's meant to be a minimum of a year and can be much longer normally what we can know from the list and from other government documents is that they would spend a year doing reeducation than they were spend a period to a vocational training which would be to learn for example how to operates machinery so they could be moved onto a tree job which is essentially involvement treaty. Labor. The other option in some cases full people who released but still kept on the surveillance is that they might be allowed to return to their own weather placed under what is known as monitoring and control and that's essentially a probation period. Where minimum of a year? They will constantly be checked by security forces and if they were to do anything which be considered another sign of extremism they might return to the camps have these camps in this camp system. Been publicly acknowledged by President Xi Jinping or the Chinese government presidency has never acknowledged spoken directly about the CAM system at toll but the government and the authorities in Xinjiang have acknowledged the existence of the system. What they deny is that there is any form of abuse happening here instead. They say that this is a fairly humane way of tackling extremism unday would call the camps vocational education training centers. In fact just recently. They have said that the camps although they remain the no longer being used for any kind of anti extremism training programs they announced pill use vocational training. Although this is something that we are exiles and rights groups lead is unlikely to be true. Thanks Laura and
"rozelle" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"On the ninth anniversary of Linda Rozelle's disappearance Prince March nineteenth two thousand eleven Sean O'Callaghan was murdered by Christopher Halliwell after she left the Suzhou nightclub in swindon's tall town during Halliwell subsequent to rest on March twenty fourth he divulged police not only the location of Shawn's body but an additional site in which the remains of another swindon native were found the mystery of who this individual was raised a great deal of questions for a number of weeks with some considering the possibility that Glenn Rozelle may welby innocent is the remains might belong to Linda however often. DNA testing on bone marrow found in the skeletal remains the results revealed they belong to Rebecca Gordon Edwards but this is not the Christopher Holly Wells potential link to the case end while carrying aunt her own investigation work before the trough for Becky's murder Karen Karen Edwards. Her mother reportedly looked into highly wells. Activities noted statements from three witnesses who said that Halliwell was besotted by Linda Linda Rozelle before his days driving a taxi it worked in construction and it was being reported that he had been involved in working on an extension extension of the results home in Nineteen Ninety eight further room is throughout the tabloids pointed out that Linda Rozelle had an affair with the building Hilda. Was this Halliwell now say we'll ship elise but he's still stokes the flames of interest across the Internet is was it seems astonishing. That's a multiple murderer could've carried out building work for another MUDRA would kill their victims on the same day but a different year March launch nineteenth then this family believe there is no connection to Hollywood saying quote we will one hundred percent happy with the police investigation instigation. Gregoire Linda's boyfriend at the time of her disappearance was quoted as saying there's no link between Halliwell and Glenn Rozelle results should stay in prison for the rest of his life. He's shown no remorse. He knows exactly where Linda's body is. One day he will show some remorse. Listen lead us to her body and we can finally have a proper funeral. Basell is just using the situation swindon's a big place. They're only one murderer and swindon.
"rozelle" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Rachel Smith that set up a website which included information about the case along with details which would not presented in court the site mentioned the five thousand pound reward stipulating the two would only be payable on Glenn's release the evidence could be a recent photo of Linda after Glenn was convicted or DNA sample simple specifically evidence that would be accepted by the court of Appeal Rachel who was present when Glenn was arrested told the BBC quote. I can't leave an innocent man imprisoned regardless of who he is the fact that he's my boyfriend is incentive if he accepts the verdict to no one protests people being wrongly imprisoned becomes more of a problem. He's ready to fight. He knows the truth the the website which is still active to this day states that it was only on the third examination blood was found in the vehicle. GEICO that Glenn Rozelle had borrowed from a friend while the website does acknowledge that the blood is an incredibly strong piece of forensic evidence. Mike the claim that it was planted analysis of the Renault Laguna was fuss completed at Glens friends residents on March twentieth two thousand and two UH multiple scenes of crime officers searched the vehicle over a period of forty minutes. They could find no evidence of blood or that. The vehicle had been in cleaned. It was then taken to a police station with the the swap tapings and samples with gathered. The results did not detect any trace price of Linda Rozelle in the car so the vehicle was returned to his Aina. The Iona Glenn Rozelle's friends stated that he cleaned the call but it was seized again again an only that such after using luminol the blood was discovered seven samples of unknown DNA were found in the Vic Nick said the website insists that Glenn Rozelle's Royce were breached when he was questioned over a period of seventeen hours starting from the early morning morning of March twentieth two thousand and two it is stated that Rozelle was not cautioned or given access to legal counsel breaching the police and Criminal Criminal Evidence Act nine thousand nine hundred eighty four Rozelle was charged months later and these statements were used in court. There are also so issues with the cameras that could have been used to validate Rozelle's whereabouts on the morning of March nineteenth two thousand and two when detectives arrived at his time. I'm asking Rozelle to retrace his steps. They noticed multiple. CCTV cameras on the journey to cameras which rozelle pointed out roots hatched to Westley police station. He said two officers quote there are CCTV cameras outside. You will be able to verify sign however they will not recording and there were delays in requesting the footage from another camera after which time the footage was erased an evidence for rapid lost the website also makes mention of the allegations of domestic violence insisting that it was only after the separation operation that these were filed furthermore phone call was made by Rachel Smith at eight twenty four am on March nineteenth two thousand and two nasty just under two minutes results by Kony's landline while it was possible for Zell to head out and get to the scene in time it only leaves a small window of opportunity frustratingly police obtained CC TV footage along most of the likely routes Rozelle would taken but the vehicle he borrowed does not appear in any of the footage said there were no reports of disturbances or screams in the alleyway during the time in which each window is said to have been abducted appoint tonight which is not on the website is the type of vehicle was traveling down the alley. It could only have traveled food would over vast is not white enough to maneuver unless someone had access to one more the garages which lined the alley forensic search was completed but none of Glynn Rozelle's biological material was found the summary on the website suggests the teeth Linda Rozelle left Verona run a cold or she was abducted by third party.
"rozelle" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"The start of two thousand in full with Glenn Rozelle still insisting he was innocent of murder and in the process of appealing his partner Rachel Smith came forward offering a five if found pound reward for any information that led to the discovery of Linda Rozelle alive and well describing the appeal as sick attempt attempt to pervert the course of justice and Unbelievable Greg Worl Linda's partner at the time she disappeared said this is just an attempt to bring down out into people's minds but defending her actions Rachel Smith said quote. I think she's alive on a hype. This reward will bring some new leads needs to prove that because it's in everyone's interest to find her once we found two we can bring her home and reunite the children with their mother and it would give Glen he's freedom back right you would like to comment about the possibility that Linder at fled and in the process trying to pin the blame on a husband linger is an avid reader of crime novels the time if disappearance she was reading trial and retribution three the plot features of body in boot of a car and the planting of evidence to incriminate someone rob Ross Glenn Rozelle Solicitor. It's spoken to BBC Radio Swindon earlier that month and said it was unlikely but Linda's body would be found if she was murdered in the stock. Could mission will said if if Glenn Rozelle killed his wife then I think is highly unlikely the will know in two thousand and full where she is if he's killed his wife and quite honestly. I don't think we'll ever see her again. If he hasn't killed his wife and she's as we think is a possibility at a breakdown just disappeared then obviously as possible that she'll show up..
"rozelle" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"During the judge's summing up of the case justice pitches told the jury the Glenn Rozelle had no convictions for violence however soon after the verdict verdict. The pipe is quick to point out that just a month before she went missing Linda's husband Glenn appeared at Swindon Crown Court facing a charge of unlawful wounding against his wife. It was alleged during may two thousand and one the teach struck Linda's head against pane of glass in the porch of the house they had previously as Lee Shared Linda provided the court with details of this separation and the subsequent alleged attack which left her with cuts to her head the argument had started after they each spoke about the new relationships after hearing the evidence jurors deliberated Fatu Hours Finding Glynn Rozelle not guilty the Doggie that she had fallen into the porch window. When she lost her footing he left the house two and injured his hand. Forensic evidence presented to the jury suggested that he was possible she had fallen backwards after the not guilty verdict rozelle spoke to reporters and said I'm relieved. The court took the time to examine the evidence so thoroughly. The truth came out at last. It has taken me nine months to clear my nine. AM believe domestic. Violence is acceptable. Oh say think that now allegations should be treated so flee by police while he had not been convicted. The allegation certainly would not help his cause. It was almost a month to the day that his wife would go missing further reports in the press kind that Glenn's appearance in court relating to the incident in in May two thousand and one wasn't the first time he had appeared in court for allegedly assaulting his wife. Neighbors of Linda's Appendi- close were reportedly tiddly told by police to contact them if Glyn appeared leading up to a death. Linda were told her friends that she was petrified. That's a husband might mike killer. Police believe that Rozelle took the action he did is. He thought he could get away with murder. Much like the alleged assault. Sonny's wife.
"rozelle" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Detective chief inspect to pull grainger spoke of the difficulties in bringing Glenn Rozelle to justice is Linda's body had not been found despite police searching around two hundred potential attention disposal sites the detective described Brazil as a quote methodical very intelligent individual you plans everything and and that showed by the way he planned the murder of his wife though he thought it unlikely that Rozelle would disclose the location of the body the Grainger who led operation Daca stated that he would remain an active investigation with police acting on any information they receive in relation into the location of remains granger said quote. We will not stop looking for her body because we realize it is an important part of the closure for we'll have family. It has been extremely difficult time for the officers but we have looked after them and giving them all the support we can Linda's family of cope with the pressures extremely well during what has been a real emotional roller coaster. They've conducted themselves in a dignified way throughout the proceedings meetings during what has been a very difficult time. DCA Grainger along with his team would like to receive chief constable certificates of commendation for their actions. During the investigation the detective chief inspector would say there is no doubt in my my mind that Glenn Rozelle mud at Linda Rozelle. The evidence we gathered proves that the fact that we did not have Linda's body made it a more complex inquiry and we had to prove that she was dead and had been unlawfully killed. It was a privileged to lead the investigation with such a dedicated team of offices.
"rozelle" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"During his summing up. The judge reminded the jury that if they thought it possible symbol that Linda Rozelle was still alive. They should not arrive. It's a mud conviction. Just peaches said there was no doubt that the blood found in the Renai Laguna belong to Linda but posed a consideration to the jury. The key question is how did blood get there. All You may think to realistic possibilities bleeding or bloodied body was in the boot. Will somebody at planted it that you have to get to grips with these two alternatives tips the key forensic evidence that the prosecution had presented proved that he was most certainly Linda's blood in the calm but despite like Glenn Rozelle providing the police with incorrect information about his clothing on the day his wife disappeared the news that was found at his home and his activities being hang on accounted for on the morning of March nineteenth two thousand and two there was no evidence that put him at the scene while he appeared to have a motive life and it was incredibly damning. The blood from his wife was found in a car that he was barring. All the evidence was circumstantial. Glenn Brazelle did not have any previous. Convictions of violence did not have to prove his innocence. It was the prosecution's job to prove his guilt the packed courtroom full of family members and police officers the judging from the twelve members of the jury that the trial would be decided not by Forensic Enzi cavern and saw the opinion of experts but by jury will well within their right to discard the evidence presented to them justice his pitches requested a unanimous verdict from the jury after deliberations which ran throughout the morning on Friday November fourteenth with two thousand and two the jury did just that more the body of Linda Rozelle had not been found Glenn Rozelle was found guilty not of Hamadeh by unanimous verdict.
"rozelle" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"After police were notified of Linda's disappearance they went to interview Glenn Rozelle and retrace his last steps on the morning joining of March nineteenth two thousand and two the offices he made the journey with Glenn night is they had model names shoes when they returned however when seized after Linda's disappearance results shoes did not curious to why that was Rozelle said he had won the money's lawn days after lender disappeared police again returned to Rozelle. Sometimes they wanted to forensically examine the entire profiting pissing this news upset Rozelle and he began to cry. You tell detective Sergeant Tim Corn who attended the property teed set up. A new sees loss base while he hadn't gone through with it. The right was still hanging there. Following the examination of the Property Glenn Rozelle was told he was under arrest on suspicion of killing his wife police found a number of inconsistencies in his story and also went asked what clothing he had been wearing on the morning lindor disappeared he lied. Rozelle insisted that he had been wearing a black jacket my shuten black jeans but after police retrieved the CC TB footage from the petrol station they spotted the Rozelle was wearing blue jeans during the morning and black in the afternoon this along with the blood found in the Laguna but in squarely in the size of detectives.
Fed cuts interest rates, signals it may not need to do more
"In Los Angeles. I'm Carl Rozelle Wednesday thirty one July today or as we like to call it around here the day everything changed okay not really I mean the Federal Reserve did cut interest rates today a quarter of a percentage point just like everybody had been guessing. I cut in more than ten years thirty seven hundred something days but still it's a lousy quarter point can on so again. I don't think asking about a quarter point is really the right question. Oh all right you tell me then Fed Chairman J. Paul what the right way to look at this is you have to look back over the course of the year and see the committee moving away from <hes> rate increases to neutral posture too now a rate cut K.. You see an in a Konami which is actually performing pretty well. Growth in the first half of this year is about the same as it wasn't all of eighteen and actually a little better than our our forecast for growth at the end of nineteen all right fair enough but look downsides. We also feel like weak. Global Growth and trade tensions are having effect on the U._S.. US economy well yeah but you'll know what you're doing right thing is there isn't a lot of experience in responding to global trade tensions. Oh so it it is a <hes> <hes> something that <hes> <hes> we haven't faced before and that we're learning by doing it. It is not it's not exactly the same as is watching global growth where you see growth weakening U._C.. Central banks and governments responding with fiscal policy and you see growth strengthening business cycle you had with with with trade tensions which do seem to be having significant effect on financial market conditions and on the economy they evolve in in a different way a translation here if I might the trump administration's trade policies are Sui Generis as economists like to say one of a kind and nobody is really sure what to do about bottom okay back the chair Paolo wrapping up. Thank you on heavy. Take your questions us to as it happens a lot of you emailed or tweeted at us because we asked you to you with questions about the Fed and what we all knew it was going to do today. Daniel Richards from Las Vegas Nevada spoke for many of you when he asked basically why he should care we got an economist once upon a time now a professor of economics at Hamilton College. We got her on the phone to explain the average American should care for a couple couple of reasons. The interest rates affect many different aspects of the economy that actually affect individuals directly one something that it will affect it will affect the cost of loans borrowing costs and especially mortgage rates consumer loan rates like auto loans and credit credit card loans. You should see a response in those rates <hes> directly in response to the Fed rate cut so they should care about borrowing costs but but they should also care more broadly on the impact on the economy it's going to affect the barring of businesses also and when their costs are lowered than they're are more likely to hire people and pay them more so there are a number of different ways that this could affect the average American J.. D. Hanson is from Miami. He got a bit more for technical wants to know about the Fed's inflation target two percent years. We remind you from time to time how asks Mr Anson did they pick that number so the Fed has articulated a longer term goal of two percent for inflation and it it's slightly different than actually having being a target which means that they have some level of commitment to achieving it. They're basically just telling people that this is what we're trying to achieve and and the reality is there is nothing magic about the two percent number. The most important thing about it is that the Fed consistently says that it's going to be two percent because that's what creates stability in the inflation rate but catch of course is the Fed consistently says it wants to percent consistently undershoots as we also tell you from time to time time
"rozelle" Discussed on Skimm This
"Of buzz worthy chats between Rozelle and eleven other people including top officials inside and out of the administration were leaked the League show how officials are discussing confidential government issues with each other and people who don't work for the government the officials also made a bunch of sexist vulgar and derogatory comments about journalists and politicians including a death threat against the mayor of San Juan they brainstorm setting up a troll network to go after their critics. There's already been fallout from the scandal handle. The island's chief financial officer and secretary of state resigned over the weekend because of their involvement but governor Rozelle says he won't step down instead. He visited a church Sunday. Morning and asked for forgiveness Russell.
"rozelle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Calling Rozelle. The history of high tech in the middle kingdom, Tom marketplace. You can catch marketplace coming up this afternoon with KAI Ryssdal. At four o'clock here on kick, you eighty public radio. Good morning. The time is eight fifty one. I'm Laurie Sanders. Well, expect sunshine today with highs sixties to the mid seventies. Currently sixty three degrees in San Francisco. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Daniel Vinton, the US securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into PG. Unease filings for its wildfire related losses. PG reveal the issue yesterday in a regulatory filing. This is the latest is series of federal and state inquiries into the utilities, finances operations and corporate culture. Joe Grunfeld is a former Commissioner with the SEC. He says the investigation could take months two years to complete and isn't all that unusual. It's now a relatively common scenario where when there's a major event the SEC will come in and examine whether the company properly disclosed the risks leading up to the event, and the accounting and other factors following the event. But Jamie court president of consumer watchdog, a nonprofit advocacy organization Cal. Says the possibility that PG any misstated its wildfire liabilities will decrease consumer confidence even further I think for a company that is trying to work its way back into the public. Trust is possibly the worst possible hit it could take PGA declined to comment on the investigation. State water officials announced they are formerly pulling the delta twin tunnel project and will instead seek a single tunnel to carry water to users further south cake science reporter, Kevin stark has more. It's a major shift in one of the largest public works projects in state history, and means another environmental review that could take three years. One beneficiary of the tunnels is the metropolitan water district which serves thirteen million people in southern California general manager Jeffrey linger says well, it's a step back. He thinks the project can still be finished on time that will mean designing the project and reviewing its impacts simultaneously. That doesn't have. To delay. If we parallel track. A lot of activity says the current system will be threatened further by climate change as sea levels rise and floods and drought worsen for the California report. I'm Kevin stark last year the counties of Madeira Napa, Nevada Sacramento and San Mateo implemented, a new election model called the voter's choice. Act..
Will the U.S. ground Boeing?
"Boeing had one hundred billion dollars in revenue last year sixty billion dollars of that from commercial aviation. So you bet they want to know whether you're going to get on that plane from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. I'm Carl Rozelle Tuesday, the twelfth of March today get has always to have your long everybody. There are not small parts of this planet. Where airlines are just not allowed to fly the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight in the wake of that. Ethiopian Airlines flight this weekend, China and the European Union to name just to not so far though the United States, but there is mounting pressure. I think that the stock phrase on the FAA to do something about John Ostra. Our is a longtime aviation journalist. Also now the editor in chief of the air current John welcome to the program. Thanks, let me cut to the chase here. If this had been say southwest or American and one of their seven thirty seven max eight's with the FAA have grounded, those things already almost certainly I think you have to look at the severity of this in how much of a statistical aberration. This is in an era of incredible aviation safety. Certainly the most important thing is finding out what happened to the opium flight precluding. The the investigation into what went on in Indonesia, but the bottom line is the standard for safety that we have right now, we hold our vision system to is absolutely tremendous. And we have to go back to the sixties and seventies. Even the fifties to find a case where you've lost two aircraft in a new aircraft in this kind of rapid succession. Let's assume just for the heck of it. Then in the next twenty four hours that political pressure mounts on the FAA as it is already doing. There are members of congress calling for the FAA to ground this plane. What what does Boeing do? Obviously, it doesn't fly the airlines can't fly. But then what happens? So what happens is this is the tricky part because if you establish a grounding, you have to establish a criteria for which you get out of that grounding, as well, you know, what will satisfy the flying public. What will satisfy regulators will will satisfy airlines, and that's something that that's going to be half to decided potentially in advance of this. Rounding. And this is you know, what ultimately happened when the seventy seven was grounded was that. It was it was battery lithium battery fires. It was. Yeah, it and so in those situations onto Japanese dream liners back in two thousand thirteen those events in rapid succession just a few weeks apart caused the grounding of the airplane. And ultimately, one of the challenges was how do you get out of the grounding? So a lot of the lessons from that. Are are are being applied right now to anything the FAA is is thinking about the the political pressure is enormous. It is the rest of the world against the FAA right now. And they want to be data driven behind what they're doing and understand what the link is or or not. But ultimately, it's such an aberration. You know out of an abundance of caution. We see airlines and regulators taking the step. How remarkable is it that the FAA is not leading the way you've got Federal Aviation regulators in more than a dozen or two dozen other countries saying no this plane's, not flying in it. The FAA is not leading the way it is significant. I think they're trying to to hold the line on their on their view that that they want to understand if there is a link or not a link, I think it comes back to the idea that that you have obvious. The first main regulator to stand down this airplane was China. China's trying to sort itself in its own role as a global regulator with a third of these airplanes flying. So it is a sign of a new time to some extent where you see China asserting itself in this way in global leadership or on aviation safety. Right. And we should say here Asia is as you if not the biggest market for Boeing products. Right. China is the single biggest Mark. Absolutely. Biggest market. Yeah. Exactly. And and in China is part and parcel the key to the future for both Boeing and Airbus they need Chinese demand for for their airplanes.
"rozelle" Discussed on KCRW
"KAI Rozelle. Kaiser permanent day is taking another step in a broader social policy. The healthcare giant announced yesterday. It's gonna make three million dollars in grants to be spent in fifteen communities across the. Country to fight chronic homelessness. As Raquel Maria. Dylan reports now from K Q E D the companies already been investing in housing policy and its hometown of Oakland, California. This is my my main room I hear. Mirror. Lipscomb is showing off her studio apartment. She moved in last August, and she loves it here. You know, actually have a stove refrigerator atop, you know, range sink. Her rent is about fifteen hundred dollars a month. And that's a pretty good deal in Oakland or the average rent for a one bedroom is twenty three hundred dollars a month. So in the building was sold last November. She and her neighbors worried they'd be pushed out, but then nothing changed because the new owner is a nonprofit affordable housing developer. I am so happy that they bought this building. I don't know what I would have been. I was feeling is somebody who's going to get it. And they were gonna raise the rent the East Bay Asian local Development Corporation is the new owner its current strategy is instead of building affordable units by them, but hold rent steady. The hope is this will keep people from getting displaced, you just cannot build your way out of this crisis. Cherise Fong is the nonprofits operating officer. She says the challenge is finding the capital to buy in Oakland overheated housing market when we try and do these sales you running against private investors with all cash, and they often will beat you. So how did Fong's organism come up with the cash to buy lips comes building? It got a low interest loan from Kaiser Permanente the healthcare company with headquarters in downtown Oakland. Here's Kaiser CEO Dr Bernard Tyson announcing the deal at a city hall press conference five point two million dollars to acquire a forty one unit affordable housing complex, and that was about half the money needed to buy a lips comes building. The HMO also promised to partner with local social service agencies to provide healthcare and housing for five hundred homeless people in Oakland, though, it didn't provide details on how exactly it's providing that care. So what does Kaiser get out of this? Sure, it's good PR, but Robert Fryatt of the corporation for supportive housing says healthcare companies are recognizing. That for people to be healthy. They need homes. Not only does the.
"rozelle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"As journeying over to Camelback ranch Glendale White Sox camp the next two days as well. So should be a lot of fun. Jim thome? He's going to join us today at eleven Jesse Rogers with me. Thank you. Pedro Gomez so much fun talking baseball with him. So CBS released the top hundred fantasy baseball player's number. One is easy. It's Mike trout. Number two is Mukhi bats who is the highest ranked Chicago baseball player on either side of town. It's a great question. You know, I don't think about stolen bases. But I'm I'm sure that's part of the fancy question at the top of my head. I would've said Kris Bryant Kris Bryant is forty. I as either top cover sock is not number one is a cub. It is heavier bias at number twenty eight makes a lotta sense, though, if I'm base percentage is a big deal and fantasy it wouldn't make a lot of sense but twenty eight th the highest cub scouts. Offensive juggernaut. They drafted a few years ago that Tony Rizzo is in at number thirty Anthony Rozelle number forty one is Kris Bryant God. And number forty nine is Jose Abrego. So for fantasy purposes cubs and SOX players are not that valuable no comparatively. They write the case for Bryant his shoulder. Clearly wasn't right in two thousand eighteen and that probably holds a lot of the blame for his underwhelming season. Hard to pinpoint exactly when the injury occurred. But he had an opiates north of a thousand the first forty games of the season for falling off a cliff after mid may member he was hitting the head as well. Brian has been quite the power hitter. We expected to coming up as one of the most high prospects in recent years with just one season over thirty, but he's turned into an average or even slightly above average contact hitter as plenty of fly balls and line drives so shoulders. Right. As a monster season in him. The case against though did the shoulder effective at seventeen to because he sported just a thirty two point eight percent hard hit rate for the season. He didn't undergo off season shoulder surgery. So there's added risks that this shoulder issue could linger. He's definitely was still developing as a hitter sort of finding his his level in terms of power but wanting to reduce strikeout, so he was a work in progress for himself. He's still greater and then he gets hurt. So I guess it is a pretty decent question. What kind of a hitter is Chris Brian going to be moving forward? Whether it's colder and just AVI again, the combination of power in the hand gonna stay on the back to keep shoulder. Or is he going to let it flat? Are we gotta take time out? We'll come back. We gotta talk to football because Kareem hunt is not going to be a bear. And I know that makes a lot of people happy and the bears. Look like they're gonna be playing Thanksgiving Day. Dan, Wieder joins us next. Hey, guys..
Wild NFL rule allows Roger Goodell to reverse Rams-Saints outcome, but would he actually use it?
"To overturn the outcome of the game. Despite the fact that everyone in the world who watches football and watch the game knows it was a no call or a bad. No call that allowed the Rams to win the game. Here's the way the rule. Reads, the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and or corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity occurs in an NFL game. Which the Commissioner deemed so extraordinary unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football. That such action has a major effect on the result of the game. In other words, the NFL Commissioner. Watching the game. The other day could easily come to the conclusion that the no call was such an extraordinarily unfair situation for the New Orleans Saints that he could reverse the outcome of the game or make them play again and figure this thing out. That would be just totally amazing. But it's rule seventeen section to article one. And no one believes it Goodell would use it. But the fact is that, you know, people are reporting on it, the does exist, and it certainly would fit the the Gada gory of what we saw not happen. Not happen. But not happened in the game on Sunday. Right. So anyway, you got that out there. But I would have to ask. What would be the reaction of the public? If for the first time in the history of the game that we had a Commissioner of the National Football League or any of the sports league for that matter would actually intervene to the point that he would reverse the outcome of a game. No matter how bad the officiating was your how many calls that you would be. So you know, there's a big difference. So I will say this between the idea you're seeing a holding call and or you see a holding of a you know, a player on a play. And there's no call by the referees versus something that you know, guy gets totally wiped out with the ball coming his way in. What is I think you don't have to be the most knowledgeable fan to realize that there should have been a penalty called in an instance. So I think there's a big difference. Yeah. I've I've heard some of these football players, you know, on some of the sports shows make the claim that we as fans, and I'm certainly not an Xs no guy don't didn't play football. So I would not understand this. But they'll hear them say that fans, we always think things are holding when they're not really holding. Now, the guys I've always heard say that usually were offensive lineman. For various football teams are programs. But you know, they say, well, you think that you thought that was holding vans. Always call holding when there's not really holding and okay. Well, I'll I'll allow you to make that that comment because you know, more about it than I do. But I don't think anyone is going to question. The fact that that was pass interference and helmet to helmet, and it wasn't called. So anyway, Roger Goodell has in his purview. If he were to really push this to the extreme and reverse the decision of the game. Now that would be the I if he were to exercise. His authority entities rule that would not be my favorite outcome. I would think these play the game again. First of all it gives us another game to watch. And Secondly, it would be a precedent. Because the my knowledge it's never happened. But that would be the the most fair. Result. Right. Because you can't tell the Rams no, I'm sorry. You're not going to Atlanta the blame the Super Bowl because of this dumb miscall by the referees. So anyway. Section seventeen. Excuse me rule. Seventeen section to article one the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity, which is certainly was occurs at an NFL game which the Commissioner deems so extra ordinarily unfair. Or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football that such action as a major effect on the result of the game. So anyway, do you think that that applies in this case a lot of people would think that and I think, but I just it's not going to happen. But it's kind of fun to think about just because of the the reaction that you would see with this right now, they'd be happy New Orleans. No question about it. But would not be happy, Los Angeles. And I'm not sure how the fans generally you got some thoughts give us a call here. But I'm not sure how fans generally across the National Football League would would go along with that with Roger Goodell. Most people that I hear talk about Roger Goodell or not big fans of is think he's been a very weak NFL Commissioner and didn't really handle this whole issue about the Colin Kaepernick controversy. Very well. So this would be, you know, a major step out. Did those of you old enough to remember Pete Roselle a major league base-? I mean, the the NFL would you know, we would say that'd be like a Pete Rozelle move nut Roger Goodell government shutdown at thirty one days now and counting. And we had a discussion last half hour with Dr Lameiro who I think may have actually hit on something I've done a number of interviews about this government shutdown thing, but he came up with. I think is the most likely the the outcomes. Of this whole issue. And that is that this will go on a couple of more weeks, Dante below she will not give in there'll be no counter offer from the Democrats or if they do it. It won't be wanting to be taken seriously that the government will continue to function at its current situation until some of these government agencies simply cannot produce things like the food stamps, some of the other social programs that would have to be discontinued not just for about the federal employees in about whether they're getting paid, but whether some of these social programs with exist, and therefore that would put the pressure on the president did then opened up the government. And then in his defense. He's only option then would be by executive order to music funding that exists for construction redirect the money to build the wall, or at least start the. Building of the wall on the southern border. Meanwhile, Democrats would likely take that to court try to fight this and put a stoppage to his reversion of funds or diversion of funds. And then. Maybe this would make it all the way up to the US supreme court. And then this issue of whether the president has
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Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon
"Gill has gone into hiding with his wife. The pair thought to have left the embassy in Rome in November does days before the end of the embassador posting their reported to be seeking asylum. The technology giant apple is blamed the economic slowdown in China for big drop in its sales. Forecasts in response. Apple shares dropped sharply. And after I was trading on Wall Street rotary. Kathleen Jones reports it's highly unusual for apple to say anything about its finances between quarterly results, so Tim Cook's letter to investors came as a bombshell. He warned them to expect revenue for the current quarter to be five billion dollars lower than predicted ascribing. Most of the problem to a slowdown in the Chinese economy exacerbated by the current trade tensions between China and the United States. But he's also clear that there are wider problems with the iphone high prices and a sense that the latest models of only marginal improvements have made consumers everywhere reluctant to upgrade officials in the south Indian state of Kerala say at least two hundred people including dozens of police officers have been injured in clashes conservative Hindu groups leading day of St.. Protests. They're angry that to women and to the well known temple sub Ramallah on Wednesday, ending a longstanding ban and women menstruating age. Here's is science Asia editor Jill mcgivering is called a general shutdown many shops and businesses are closed and transport services are at a standstill violence broke out as demonstrators clashed with police and buildings and vehicles were found allies d- on the surface. This is a religious dispute. Women want to exercise their legal right to worship at the Sabbath mala temple conservatives opposed them. But it's also political activists from the pro Hindu BJP blame the state's left-wing leaders for supporting the women and India faces general elections in a few months time world news from the BBC deadlock continues in Washington after discussions between President Trump and leaders of congress failed to resolve the budget dispute that's caused a partial government shutdown on Thursday. The Democrats take control of the house of representatives. They've promised to pass their own budget proposals. Excluding the president's key demand for funding to build a border wall with Mexico. More bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment block collapsed and Monday, bringing the number of confirmed down to thirty seven a suspected gas explosion demolish part of the ten to building. And the euro city of magnitude. Tsk? British police are questioning two men suspected of arranging the illegal movement of migrants across the channel the British government is blamed criminal gangs for recent surge in arrivals, and is questioned whether the migrants genuine asylum-seekers, Ben Ondo reports the national crime agency said the two people arrested in Manchester were thirty three year old from Iran and a British man aged twenty four since the start of November nearly two hundred and fifty people have reached the UK by boat though. None of been reported in the last forty eight hours. The home secretary subject Javid has described it as a major incident. He's now reported to have written to the Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson asking the Royal Navy to provide a patrol vessel. In a statement. The ministry of defence said it was ready to help out a yard has turned up off southern Australia nearly nine years after being abandoned storm by teenage American round the world sailor Abby Sunderland was just sixteen when she sat CEO from California and twenty two. Ten to try to become the youngest past never to circumnavigate the globe. Singlehanded? She had to give up her attempt. Five months later when yachts mast snapped in nine meter high waves epi said that seeing the vessel reappear after so long at brought back many memories. Good not so good BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service. I'm Neil Rozelle. Started as a pinprick of light. Just another star in the firmament over months, the group, brighter becoming more and more distinct. Grew a tail like a comment, and then it grew larger and brighter still. Could be seen by day. Finally, it lit up the sky in a brilliant molten moment. And then. Darkness life on earth would never be the same. That happened sixty six million years ago, an asteroid more than ten kilometers wide slammed into earth starting a mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. The same thing happening now. But this time the asteroid is us. So today, we're asking are we heading for another mass extinction. Hot one fog Magadan. A lot of people. Find them creepy. Our first
"rozelle" Discussed on Beyond!
"Look at a character. You're you can't really move outside of their location than another sort of in this weird dream state. It's beautiful. I love that game for sure giants Baracoa towns. Yes. Play unfinished one for unfinished one is. So great still. And then Greg what's another choice from you wanna put on there? We talked a little bit about Rozelle seven seven when I saw it when you're looking at what's agreed Halloween game. Or what's great spooky game you go through there. And you see you resonate. I got put that on there. Because again, it was I played half of it. And my campaign had half of it in VR and the other half out of it. And it was great both ways. And that was the big question of you know, I felt like they said it's gonna be all PlayStation, VR young. All right. I remember putting it on in that first opening segment when you look down like the screen door, really bad on the leaves. Oh god. And then, you know, hours later, I took it off in the room was pitch black because I started the day, and I was just sitting in an empty room. And it's like, wow, this is an amazingly scary reinvention of resident evil that. I think does it in such a smart way of. Cutting so much of the fat off of this game. That has just got like what's the lore who who's going on where here's a story that you can get behind. Right. You're going there. You wanna find your wife? You have this weird message from or you go back, and you try to do it in this house. It's full of creeps full scares. Yeah. It break it brings the scale down of the franchise after kept ballooning ending and makes it so much for human too. Especially like you said with this family at the beginning. And they're just gross, but they are a family of people. So it's like, oh the threat right now is very familiar in the sense of oh, these are just people right now that have yet. And then as grows obviously, it gets more and more by that point like unlocked in the it wasn't always going to be expect. You also have another suggestion. I put on here special shot Elliot's gentleman coffin dodgers, ladies and gentlemen. Would you like a platinum.
Trump John Sides, President and Kimberly Adams discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Is big news in agriculture. Today's. Scientists have sequenced the genome for wheat, which is big deal because the wheat genome is barely a beast just genetically like big. So it's a great science story, but it's got huge economic implications as well. Think crops and food and feeding a hungry planet marketplace's jed Kim has that one. We is the most widely planted cereal crop fighting about a fifth of the calories humans eat. But while our population is growing land isn't John fellers is a wheat molecular biologist for the US department of agriculture or just trying to feed the population is facing us, and we've got to be able to improve the way that we increase the yield. Potential of these lines plans to use less water grow more product, or tolerate salty or soils. Developing new week takes time. However, usually more than ten years, having a mapped sequence could cut in half how long it takes to get the commodity to market, and it can make the crop more attractive since the early two thousands, many farmers have ditched wheat to grow better moneymakers. Like corn, Kelly ever. Soul is executive director of the international group that did the sequencing. There's not any profitability from an industry standpoint in wheat because they're one off these advanced tools. The sequenced genome will also speed development of genetically modified wheat, but global resistance to GMO's may put a check on that kind of investment. Jason lust teaches agricultural economics at Purdue. There is worry about how our trading partners may respond, whether they'll they'll accept we that's been produced with some of these technologies right now, there are no commercial lines of GMO wheat on the market.
2008 financial crisis: 10 years old and still being felt
Wisconsin parole officer charged with sexual assault of a child
"Barrett, says the city is. Grieving our police officer Visit you every single day put their lives on the line to protect the. People who live in this see the volunteer walkie officers the first shot and killed. On duty since, nineteen Ninety-six after attempts were made to. Save, his life at frittered hospital processional. Was led by, motorcade of police officer vehicles and. Motorcycles to the medical examiner's office the identity of the officer expected to be released sometime today a former parole officer facing charges of sexual assault to a child the criminal complaint against Rinaldo Rozelle estates he. Inappropriately touched a ten year old victim several times at the, Brown deer home they shared. Earlier this month have anybody this is a person that should know better what happens to victims Nikki live laying knows. The child and suspect. I was completely shocked this is somebody that has been in. Our life for. Quite some time results has resigned. From his position and he heads to court today Milwaukee police say the man, who attacked George, Webb employees last month. Is in custody Surveillance video showed the. Man going into the kitchen at the restaurants twenty-first. And Mitchell location and punching a waitress she suffered a concussion as. A result a fellow employee pulled out a concealed gun and pointed at the man before. He fled an investigation is underway at a Wisconsin way powder, producer for possible salmonella contamination associated milk producers Inc in Blair has, ceased production as they tried to identify. How much of their dry way powder has been contaminated they do know it was. Made in several batches back in may. And June way powder has been the main. Reason why several snack. Crackers have been voluntarily recalled due to salmonella. Concerns a continued call. For anyone able to donate blood and blood platelets the Red Cross says. Thousands of answer their call earlier this month due to a severe. Blood.
What matters most to the economy?
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"rozelle" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00
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"rozelle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
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Trump says U.S. will only rejoin Pacific trade pact if terms are improved
"In los angeles i'm carl rozelle thursday april twelfth good as always to have you here everybody that was president trump in his fourth day in office pulling the united states out of the transpacific partnership the then twelve now eleven member asia pacific trade deal negotiated by the obama administration this which about the here is american hog farmer brian duncan talking to us last week on the four hundred and thirty ninth day of the trump administration and when we see this attitude towards china and also top talk on nafta we saw withdrawal from tpp which was going to be very beneficial agreement proposed producers i think that's all combined to a negative psychology that that there's already casualties in this trade escalating trade fight much like healthcare it seems global trade is proving to be a bit harder of a nut to crack than president trump had thought it might be in a meeting with farm state legislators and governors today mr trump said he has told his top economic and trade advice that he wanted them to see about getting the united states back into the transpacific partnership it's not really a surprise the president hinted at it in his speech at the world economic forum in davos in january treasury secretary steven mnuchin flat out said it in an interview on this program a month or two ago negotiations on this start tvd i guess trade aside the fundamentals of this economy are strong right now and we are going to get some corporate fundamentals over the next couple of weeks earnings to be specific big wall street banks j p morgan chase insig rupe among them are expected to report strong prophets tomorrow which could give a hint about the rest of things marketplaces ryan kyle has that one my fellow new yorker hope bowman says her 401k has been making her a little nervous lately yeah i called the investment specialists at charles schwab yesterday because i was just i got myself into a panic about my allocations she's been nervous for the same reasons a lot of investors are nervous these days geopolitical worries are probably the number one thing right now you have problems with north korea trump talking about a trade war with china things going on with syria jim senegal of morning start says that stuff's not helping stocks enter.
Pipe-wielding man fatally shot by New York police officers in Brooklyn
"Thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm michael barr it looks like the weekend we'll see another spring snowfall in new york and the northeast question is how much will stick the us weather prediction center says if it hits in the daytime the snow may not accumulate if the storm tracks too far south it could miss us the new york police department says officers responding to reports of a man threatening people with a gun fatally shot a man carrying a metal pipe mistaking it for a firearm police say thirty four year old shaheed rozelle was killed yesterday in the crown heights neighborhood of brooklyn chief terrance monahan of the nypd says they responded to nine one one calls about the man all three calls eighty is holding a object that appears to be a guy the new york times says attendance crowd gathered as police investigated the shooting and says police had encountered demand before and classified him as emotionally disturbed hollywood is cashing in from that goodwill tour by saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman the saudis have announced deals to bring shows from circular say feld entertainment and national geographic to the country plus amc entertainment will open as many as one hundred theaters in saudi arabia a former hsbc technology employee has been arrested by spanish police in madrid bloomberg's maria today oh has more from madrid perveen foul townie the former haters bc employee who triggered tax evasion probes by several countries after leaking private bank account data has been arrested by spanish police fell channel was found guilty of corporate espionage and given a five year prison sentence by swiss courts in twenty fifteen now until now channy had escaped prison by staying out of the nation a judge in madrid will now have to decide whether fall channing he denies any wrongdoing and describes himself as a whistle blower is that stirred is had to switzerland moran today on bloomberg radio madrid real estate prices in san francisco are soaring the median sale price of a house there rose twenty four percent in the last year to a new high of one point six million dollars oregon real estate says fear of possible interest rate hikes may be one reason still san francisco home prices have been rising steadily in recent years thanks in part to.
"rozelle" Discussed on Politico's Off Message
"Building across the street that a group bought and painted in the colors the rainbow and calls the equality house weird scene clearly a weird moment for buddha judge there's no way to capture that ride or the conversations that i had with people like axelrod and dean among others in a podcast so please check out the article on the site about all of this and how it fits together but for all the talk and articles about buddha judge it's actually pretty rare for people to hear from him directly so that's what i wanted to do here after he was done speaking at the dinner also at the line of people took forty five minutes who wanted to meet him and take pictures with him we headed to the kansas democratic party's offices next door and sat down to talk it was really intense there are a lot more great conversations coming florida congressman matt gates why he believes trump on russia and what counts as a conspiracy theory puerto rico governor ricardo rozelle on the recovery that's going on there or in some cases is not and what he's going to do about it stockton california mayor michael tubs on being twentyseven and charge of a city of three hundred thousand people many more so subscribe on apple podcasts or whatever your preferred podcast platform is tele friend tell people even if they're not friends and make sure to rate us too because that algorithm is for real it does help get people to off message and we need your help and email me your thoughts and guests gestures at isaac politico dot com and of course follow me on twitter at isaac dove air i'm up to forty four thousand followers which isn't bad but really hoping to get to fifty or at least forty five so how me out and now my conversation with pete buddha judge.
"rozelle" Discussed on The Sidebar
"Sure so the legislation came about after the national football league lost a couple of federal cases involving their national tv deals very basically the nfl decided and this was under commissioner pete rozelle had this idea instead of each nfl team doing its own tv deal with local affiliates have all of the games package together in one nfl package that sold to one major network and then the network distributed distributes those broadcast to their own affiliates and rebel argued this sum is greater than the parts that by putting all of the games together in one package each network will outbeat each other and that creates value in and of itself and he was corrected clearly was right on the money the problem with that arrangement is federal antitrust law the teams are competing businesses and they conspired to pool together their television broadcast rights in a way that limited competition for from local affiliates also made it difficult for fans living in other locations to see nfl games and the government one and when the government wins the case against you you can appeal finn appeal doesn't work you got to go get the law change or you have to comply with it i think the nfl didn't want to comply with it so they lobbied congress and pete rozelle was a marketing person and of this stories have been told about the threats he made uh against members of congress if they really need to pass this legislation and they did so and as you mentioned steve president kennedy cited the sports broadcasting act gives an immunity under section one of the sherman act to national tv contracts.