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Fresh update on "santa clara" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Three day weather forecast on Bloomberg 11 three O periods of clouds around us and breezy for the rest of today tonight the wind slowly diminished him with just some scattered cloud left over will drop down to 35 in the city called him in the northern western suburbs for Friday, Santa Clara. I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened. There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor. We were in total darkness. That's doctor Dijon figueroa, a marine biologist and stem teacher, talking about a deep sea dive she'll never forget. It's funny. When I was a kid, I was afraid of the ocean, and there I was, two miles below the surface. But as a scientist, you prepare for that. Using our training in a little creativity, we fix the sub and finish our experiments. The dive was just too important. Every dive gives us glimpses at things few people ever get to see. Blowing creatures, fiery undersea volcanos. When we got back to the surface, I kissed the ground and called my mom, of course. But you know what? I wouldn't trade that die for anything. Doctor
49ers' Garoppolo has broken foot, out for season
"A forty-niners won their 5th straight game beating the dolphins 33 to 17. Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was out for the remainder of the season with the broken foot. His back up Brock purdy, the final pick in the 2022 NFL Draft was 25 of 37 for 210 yards and two touchdowns to get in and play and now starting next week and whatnot. You know, it's just something I've always looked forward to and I've honestly told myself that it's going to happen. So here we are. The dolphins ended their 5 game win streak to a time of my whole was 18 of 33 for 295 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Ryan leong, Santa Clara
McCaffrey's TD, stout D lead 49ers past Chargers 22-16
"San Francisco's defense shut out the Chargers in the second half as the forty-niners hang on to a 22 16 win Elijah Mitchell returned after missing two months with a knee injury rushing for 89 yards on 18 carries Jimmy Garoppolo was 19 of 28 for 240 yards Just the maturity of our team especially offensively just how we stuck together You know it wasn't pretty early on and they were doing some things that gave us trouble but we stuck with it and got the W for Los Angeles Justin Herbert was 21 of 35 passing for a 196 yards with one touchdown and one interception The Chargers have lost three of their last four games Ryan leong Santa Clara
"santa clara" Discussed on KCBS All News
"David Welch, Santa Clara county just marked a major increase in its fines for illegal tobacco sales, and it's hoping others will follow suit. Here's ques Keith manconi. The measure targets the sale of tobacco products to underage people, as well as the sale of E cigarettes and flavored tobacco products, both of which are banned within the county's jurisdiction. County leaders made the change on concern that the lower penalties weren't giving enough of a deterrent. Now, fines have been set about ten times higher and repeat offenders run the risk of losing their permits forever. I think it really speaks to the commitment to this as a major public health issue. Nicole Cox, who runs the tobacco free communities program for the county, she says most smokers start the habit young. So the policies really seek to address early access and initiation of tobacco use and to prevent lifelong addiction and harms health harms caused from that addiction. The new penalties apply only to county land, but county officials are hoping to see more south bay cities adopt them as well. In the south bay, Keith manconi, a pioneer in providing access to safe abortions at a time when it was illegal to do so in California, is getting a posthumous pardon by governor Newsom. Laura miner made a career of providing safe and accessible elective abortions to women in California at a time when restrictive laws forced the procedure into unregulated and unsafe spaces. In 1949, minor was sentenced to four years in prison for her work. Governor Newsom says minor story is a, quote, powerful reminder of the generations of people who fought for reproductive freedom in this country and the risks that so many Americans now face in a post row world. Pfizer says its latest booster provides a stronger immune response against the omicron sub variants than its original COVID vaccine. Case CBS reporter Melissa Cole Ross takes a look at whether that means it'll keep people from getting sick at all. Pfizer's bivalent vaccine produces antibody levels about four times higher than the original shot when it comes to fighting the BA four and BA 5 variants, according to the company, but that's not the whole story, says Johns Hopkins center for health security senior scholar, doctor amesh adalja. For people who are looking for more data, this is helpful, but it's still not enough to say exactly how much more beneficial these boosters are versus if we wouldn't have updated the boosters and went through with the older boosters as something for high risk individuals. Speaking on kcbs is ask an expert, adult just says that's because it remains to be seen whether the shot will keep people from coming down with COVID on top of protecting from severe disease. He adds that the messaging about the boosters and who really needs them has been confusing. I've always said that I think that boosters really should have been targeted to high risk individuals. And when you look who's dying every day, the 300 to 500 Americans die every day from COVID
Patrick Mahomes' 3 TDs lead Chiefs past 49ers 44-23
"Down ten nothing The chiefs came back to score 30 points in the second half and when the rematch of Super Bowl 54 blowing out the forty-niners 44 to 23 Patrick Mahomes was 25 of 34 for 423 yards and three touchdowns You don't want to go out and have two losses going into the bi week And so we knew this was an extremely important game And I thought the guys accepted a challenge especially how we started and responded and went out there and found a way to get that win and that by weeks a lot better when you're coming off a win Christian McCaffrey made his forty-niners debut rushing for 38 yards Jimmy Garoppolo had 303 yards passing two touchdowns and an interception Ryan leong Santa Clara
"santa clara" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"In the past, if you have Sunday amp one time, I've got 2 million. So protests know. The quick one. I'm going to be a college and an. Hour to kind of shine. And they understand that. Because at the moment, you know. And no BIS petition is at Santa Clara. I disagree with them. In the GFP presidential election. Every presidential Cassandra. From where I sit and from the information I remember, somebody will come. But what I know is that for now, listening because in 2024 and 2023. I think missing the movement. Similar to doctor gia, at the point in time. This is the city. Look at the points that we will give. Yes, of course. Yes. And okay. Somebody out. A doctor. Understanding here, you know. Hi. Time one doctor. And so it's time for BBC. Density. And it will give me the money. And even finance. Yes. And I think it goes to be that group state between Bantam and then you give them 12 semifinals. The intensity. Is on the border. It's the best one for them now. No. Done. Football. And I don't expect all of them to agree with me. To me, I'm not getting. You may be honest. I'm not attacking him. I'm on my vision. Yes, I'm not gonna ask him. And I know what I'm doing. I didn't let them go. I'm going to say, don't miss it. 5 cities. Miss it. Don't miss it.
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm check freedom The baseball playoff races were all decided going into game one 62 both leagues played day games hoping for a drama filled day but instead just some individual accomplishments were on the line New York Yankee Aaron judge missed out on a Triple Crown didn't play in the final game and his three 11 batting average was 5 points lower than American League chip Minnesota twin Luis Arias judge says he's not ready to look back on his historic season We had an early game today and you know now the season's over if you got to get ready for the postseason so it'll be you know once completely over with and you know whatever happens happens and all the chance to kind of reflect on everything and what kind of happened While Arias became the fourth betting champion in twins history twins manager Rocco bell Delhi says Arias put a nice camp around his season with two walks at a double before coming out of the game Louie goes out there he gets on base three times and he's the American League batting champion So how often do you get a chance to say that The twins are not going to the postseason and the New York mets are Jeff McNeil won the NL batting title with his three 26 average Trying to get back to the player I knew I could be You don't have to last year in the last year wasn't a great year for me so kind of wanted to get back to who I am The Kansas City Royals are moving on They have fired manager Mike Bethany and pitching coach Cal eldred the royals never did contend They were largely out of the race for most of the season Matheny becomes the 5th manager to be fired this year Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly went out a winner His final game as the Marlins manager Marlins defeated the Atlanta Braves 12 to 9 madly announced earlier last month that he would not seek a new contract His team finished 69 and 93 The wild card round starts tomorrow NFL wide receiver Cole Beasley has decided to retire after 11 seasons Beasley saw time in two games for Tampa this year The protester who ran onto the field last Monday night in the LA rams San Francisco forty-niners game has filed a report with the Santa Clara police department He was tackled on the field by rams linebacker Bobby Wagner Check freedom AP sports
49ers use defense, Deebo Samuel to beat Rams 24-9
"The forty-niners avenged their loss to the rams and last season's NFC championship game as San Francisco wins the rematch 24 to 9 Jimmy Garoppolo was 16 of 27 for 239 yards including a 57 yard touchdown pass to debo Samuel It's always nice to beat these guys division game and just I don't know every time we play the rams it's a dogfight It always is and always usually comes down to the last couple minutes Jeff Wilson junior rushed for 74 yards and had a 32 yard scoring run For the rams Matthew Stafford passed for 254 yards but threw a pick 6 late in the fourth quarter Ryan leong Santa Clara
"santa clara" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Purge politics of big money. A Chris and Santa Clara, California good evening. Yeah, hey, Jim. I can't believe I'm really calling to support what you said. A lot of times I do not want to push you around a bit. It happens. I can't be wrong all the time. Yeah, you know, you know, I appreciate you were so firm about shutting down this whining. I mean, you know, I've been involved in democratic stuff for a long time, but you know, I also served 12 years as a local education elected official, but before that, 6 years as an appointed planning commissioner in four years on a historical commission and then before that four years on a justice systems advisory board well, congratulations on being involved Yeah, I mean, for your guest, have you ever put your hand in the air to get sworn in even to some appointed governmental role within your local community? Okay, I don't think that invalidates him if he is not, but go ahead to any of you ever served in a public position appointed or elected. No, I haven't, but I like to think that I'm doing my part in politics now. And I'm not here to tear down the political system and I'm certainly not here to whine. I'm here to say that for me, the United States of America is the greatest country in Earth because we're the only country that stands for something that stands for ideals and for me the most important of these is government by the people because we invented it. But I do think that big money has destroyed government by the people. It's taken the people out of the equation and so my mission is to at least whittle that money down to size or even break it all together so that so that all voters are empowered again. And I think that I don't happen to think that the people have been totally taken out of the equation, but their voice has been muted to a considerable extent. As for Chris's point, Chris has been in fact actively involved, Dan McMillan is actively involved with his efforts to try and bring about change. A U2 aren't the problem. It's others who do nothing but wine. Jim in Dallas good evening. Hi, Jim. I love the show. Forgive me if I break up. I'm taking a car from Waco to DFW. I've been a DoD contractor for 30 years. Okay, Department of Defense for those who don't know. Go ahead. Yes, sir. And I'm 57. And I've a blue collar guy and I'm paid in 1.5 million in tax dollars and social security. And I contact my representative in mcclinton county Pete Sessions and I write letters to Kim Paxton. I write letters to Cruz and I write letters to the all worthless corners. So my vote doesn't count in Texas. Well, sure it does count. Your vote is counted. It's just that there are others who may outnumber you. Not count in Texas, sir. It doesn't. Well, if you're a registered voter in Texas, yes, it counts, but you have an awful lot of other voters in Texas. Well, I have to say, I take the gentleman's side because yes, we can still vote, but again, in a very real sense, there is only one party in this country. It's the party of big money. It's kind of Republican flavor in a democratic flavor. And those make a lot of difference, by the way, just for the record. I mean, there are differences. And there will be a lot of people on Gucci gulch who are going to be either happy or unhappy depending on how this next election turns out, so to dismiss the Republican variety in the democratic variety as identical twins. That's not true. That far, but at the end of the day, is either party really offering us a program a plan to deal with the backlog of problems that we've been kicking the can down the road on. You've mentioned a few that we have not devoted time to. That is quite correct. For one thing, there are a lot of very provincial parochial people in this country who frankly care a lot more about whether or not diddly know where gets a post office than whether or not we saw the problem of infrastructure, for example. If a lot of people out there want to know what the problem is, they should go look in the mirror. Well, with all due respect, Jim, I don't think the voters are the problem. I think that some of them are some of them. Of course, but the thing is, Jim, you know, even in the decades where we really had government by the people, which for me, like early 1930s to mid 1960s, I think we really did and we elected a string of pretty good presidents and we did great in heroic things even then a huge fraction of the population maybe even majority was very poorly informed in opinion polls, but for governed by the people to work. You don't need every citizen to be informed. All you need is maybe one in ten because in every community there are opinion leaders that other people look to for their opinions for their advice. The problem is that every community that just the parties, well, here's another way of making my point about the party is not offering alternatives. In the 2020 election and since then, the messaging of both parties has been overwhelming negative and the top line message of the two parties in 2020 was identical. If the other guy. You know why, of course, candidates engage in negative campaigning because it works. It works also because they have nothing positive to offer to talk about. Well, whether they do or do not, negative campaigning does work in that, of course, again, people should go look in the mirror. Back with more in just a
Grandfather, uncle of girl killed in exorcism arrested
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"santa clara" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For the Boy Scouts in 2017 when the organization decided to accept girls So where did that leave the girl scouts in court where they sued the Boy Scouts for sowing confusion and violating their trademark But a New York federal judge has dismissed the girl scouts lawsuit saying that both organizations can describe their activities as scouting Joining me is Tyler ochoa a professor at Santa Clara university law school Tyler tell us a little about the girl scouts lawsuit So the Boy Scouts and the girl scouts have coexisted peacefully for over a hundred years The trouble began in 2017 when the Boy Scouts announced that they were opening the Boy Scouts and the cub scouts to girls They were going to be coeducational Boys and girls instead of just being limited to boys And the girl scouts thought that this was unfair So they filed a lawsuit asking the court to require that the Boy Scouts always use the word boy in their name to distinguish them from the girl scouts The primary claim in the lawsuit is trademark infringement So are they claiming that there was branding confusion by the Boy Scouts using words like scouts and scouting Yes so the Boy Scouts announced that they were going to change the primary brand to scouting BSA and they started using the slogan scout me in And the girl scouts claimed that the use of the words scout or scouting without the qualifier boy scout or boy scouting would create a likelihood of confusion with their preexisting trademarks on the words Girl scouts In a century I'm sure or I think the Boy Scouts would have used the term scouting by itself at some point Sure both organizations have used the term scouting but their brand requirements or their brands suggestions were that it always be used with the qualifier boy scouts or girl scouts and in that manner they were not able to prevent all confusion between the organizations many people already thought that they were associated or affiliated in some way But prior to 2017 it was routine for both organizations to use the qualifier boy scouts or girl scouts and the girl scouts are complaining that without the qualifier there may be greater likelihood of confusion Tell us about the judge's decision So the judge ruled in favor of the Boy Scouts and said that the terms scout or scouting are either generic and a generic term can not be protected by trademark law or the very least they are descriptive of what the two organizations do And a descriptive term can only be protected if it has come to have secondary meaning if it has come to be thought of as a brand of a particular producer rather than a description of the type of organization that it is And the judge ruled that even though the girl scouts have a valid trademark in the name girl scouts they do not have any exclusive rights in the terms scout or scouts or scouting That those terms are common to both organizations they essentially describe what it is that the organizations do and so the girl scouts can not prevent the Boy Scouts from using the term scouting without a qualifier He said that there was not a likelihood of confusion and he said the girl scouts lawsuit was not based on trademark concerns but out of fear for their competitive position in a market with gender neutral options for scouting That's correct right He's saying well they're worried that girls aren't going to want to be in all girls scouting organizations that they might prefer to be in a coed scouting organization So that the girl scouts now face competition for girls in scouting type of activities whereas before they had the market to themselves essentially for scouting type activity for girls He described the suit as serious contentious and expensive litigation Is this kind of litigation particularly expensive compared to others It's not necessarily expensive compared to other business disputes I would say that that patent litigation is much more expensive than trademark litigation in general But I think he was commenting more on the fact that it was contentious that the two organizations don't seem to get along very well and don't seem to like each other very much at least in court Coming up next on the Bloomberg law show I'll continue this conversation with professor Tyler ochoa of.
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster at the NBA Saturday all star show in the books the three point contest was won by Minnesota seven footer Karl Anthony towns I just came here to compete I came and went and when he did in the slam dunk contest only tapping of the Knicks prevailed man it feels amazing it is been a lot of a lot of Libyans who won the dunk contest N. and former aide to be to be to be a part of that is is something special song taken for granted and the Cleveland trio of Evan moblie Darius garland and Jared Allen captured the team skills competition switching to a busy day in college hoops number one Gonzaga defeated Santa Clara but number two Auburn lost to Florida as our day ferry reports Tyree Appleby scored twenty of his twenty six points in the second half as the Gators dealt the Tigers their second straight road loss Colin Castleton had nineteen points for the Gators who trailed by nine in the second half before beating Auburn at home for the thirteenth straight time you're very Smith scored twenty eight points to lead Auburn elsewhere number three Arizona defeated Oregon and for Kentucky got twenty five points from Kellan Grady they defeated Alabama by nine you know I think it shows a lot about our team and Alabama makes fourteen threes and we win the game number six Kansas seventy Baylor nine do contend Villanova won their games and the NC double a tournament committee candidates early top four seeds Gonzaga Auburn Arizona and Kansas in hockey St Louis scored three goals in the third period defeating Toronto six to three elsewhere Edmonton won its fifth in a row for two over Winnipeg Colorado it's seven straight on the road five three over buffalo other winners Boston LA Anaheim and Calgary and F. L. news former Miami coach Brian Flores hired by Pittsburgh to be on Mike Tomlin's staff and then go off Joaquin Niemann has a three shot lead after three rounds of the genesis invitational at the Riviera Country Club in L. A. I'm David Shuster AP sports
Immigrants welcome Afghan refugees, inspired by own journeys
"I I health health clinic clinic in in California California founded founded four four decades decades ago ago to to screen screen refugees refugees from from Southeast Southeast Asia Asia is is now now part part of of the the U. U. S. S. effort effort to to resettle resettle tens tens of of thousands thousands of of people people from from Afghanistan Afghanistan Muhammad Muhammad I I time time I I got got out out of of Kabul Kabul this this summer summer with with his his wife wife and and their their ten ten year year old old daughter daughter Moses Moses he he says says the the Taliban Taliban was was about about to to come come into into the the city city and and he he was was worried worried about about his his safety safety they they went went to to the the T. T. B. B. and and refugee refugee clinic clinic at at Santa Santa Clara Clara valley valley Medical Medical Center Center in in San San Jose Jose they they are are treated treated by by nurse nurse tram tram family family who who emigrated emigrated from from Vietnam Vietnam Vietnamese Vietnamese patients patients I I see see a a lot lot of of benefits benefits to to patients patients and and especially especially that that I I see see myself myself interpreter interpreter Johanna's Johanna's option option are are moved moved to to the the U. U. S. S. from from Iran Iran in in two two thousand thousand four four she she says says the the future future for for Afghan Afghan refugees refugees can can be be bright bright do do you you gonna gonna be be able able to to help help other other community community and and I I was was so so sorry sorry eighteen eighteen different different actually actually later later on on but but at at the the beginning beginning we we need need to to help help them them to to stand stand on on their their feet feet California California is is set set to to receive receive more more than than five five thousand thousand of of an an initial initial group group of of thirty thirty seven seven thousand thousand arrivals arrivals from from Afghanistan Afghanistan I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Pastor Mike McClure Describes Direct Threats to Church's Religious Liberty
"Pastor McClure has just done an unbelievable job. Mike McClure, he has kept his church open despite the lockdowns and despite all the different things being thrown at them. It's in Santa Clara county and there's been over $3.8 million in fines levied against calvary Chappell San Jose, but something happened last week that is unprecedented and it could impact every single person listening to this and with us right now is pastor McClure and also I believe we have his lawyer bob Tyler if I'm not mistaken. My great to see you great to see both of you. Thank you for joining us. Pastor, let's start with you. So what happened last Friday, California osha showed up to your elementary school in high school and what did they do and what did they want? Well, thanks, first of all, Charlie, just for what you do and for having me on your show today. Osha showed up last week and they gave they went on a restraining order after I went let them in, telling them they need to call our lawyer and they came back with a restraining order and they are wanting to find out all of our health measures, not just the physical H one typical osha stuff, which is fine with me. But now it's are the kids doing what they're supposed to do. Are they social distancing wearing masks? What's your policy for vaccines? And so they are now more or less in my mind, being weaponized by the county to do with the county couldn't couldn't
49ers beat Vikings 34-26 for 3rd straight win
"In a matchup of two teams fighting for wild card spots the forty Niners defeated the Vikings thirty four to twenty six it was the third straight win for San Francisco which improved to six and five and R. sixty in the NFC Jimmy Garoppolo's seventeen of twenty six for two hundred thirty yards a touchdown and an interception rookie Elijah Mitchell ran for a hundred thirty three yards and a score meanwhile the Vikings are now in seventh place in the loss Kirk cousins was twenty of thirty two for two hundred and thirty eight yards two touchdown passes to Adam Phelan an interception Riley on Santa Clara
49ers win 1st home game in more than a year, 31-10 over Rams
"The forty Niners finally won their first home game of the season as the batter the rams thirty one to ten Jimmy Garoppolo's started twelve of twelve and finished fifteen of nineteen for a hundred and eighty two yards and two touchdowns I say felt like it's pretty similar to Super Bowl year here that we did and I thought we ran the ball thirty five times every time that year and it's just what we could do that and like I said the success on third down it is a good recipe for us people Samuel had five catches for ninety seven yards including a forty yard touchdown reception Samuel also with an eight yard scoring run for the rams Matthew Stafford was twenty six of forty one for two hundred and forty three yards a touchdown and two interceptions Cooper Kupp had eleven catches for a hundred and twenty two yards but Los Angeles has lost two straight Riley on Santa Clara
Rodgers rallies Packers past 49ers 30-28
"Mason Crosby kicked the game winning fifty one yard field goal as time expired as the Packers beat the forty Niners thirty to twenty eight Aaron Rodgers was twenty two of thirty three for two hundred and sixty one yards and two touchdowns Dante Adams had twelve catches for a hundred and thirty two yards including a one yard scoring reception for the forty Niners Jimmy Garoppolo's twenty five of forty for two hundred fifty seven yards and two TV's but he also threw an interception freelance entry sermon each with a one yard scoring runs both the Packers and forty Niners are now two on one on the season Brian Lee on Santa Clara
Manfred: A's Fate in Oakland to Be Decided in Coming Months
"Baseball commissioner rob Manfred says the fate of the athletics in Oakland will be determined in the next few months ae's owners have proposed a new ballpark in the Howard terminal area of Oakland Manfred said at the stadium project is not approved the team would move forward with either a move to Las Vegas or a wider relocation search the ace of implying that the antiquated calcium since nineteen sixty eight and have made several attempts to build their own facility the team has looked at options in Santa Clara and San Jose but the giants have territorial rights to Santa Clara and plans for a ball park in San Jose were scrubbed I'm Dave very
"santa clara" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Engineers have been a good position to be in you make the maximum contribution for three decades. You're going to have to start worrying about your tax rate in retirement. That was the best decision i made. The current paper is on what you didn't know about. Ross two versions for another time. We spend so much time in investing. Talk about the really sexy stuff. But that's what everyone wants to talk about. But i say look. Some of the most imported drivers are what you just alluded to how much you decide to save in the first place and when you start investing in the consistency like that trumps everything else in my mind and then taxes is such a massive one. That people don't like to talk to about because it's boring in sometimes. It's not only boring but it's also complicated and involves the government so it's even worse than just on and on but then it also gets complicated because you have history and then it's a potentially unknown uncertain future where tax rates may be higher or lower in the future when you retire and your tax rate may be higher lower and so it gets complicated quick for all sorts of those types of analysis which of course exactly right i found it to be my next fascinating topic. Because you're gonna dig into the details. Average tax rate versus marginal tax rate is just nine year old. And everyone's a seeing manhattan since the cease named danny madden knowsley listeners. Might know he likes to a barons piece. I put out in two thousand six hundred thousand seven roth accounts. And he explained to me how we're really worked in manhattan. I said there's so much pressure so much urge to recommend roth conversions. It makes no sense to me. Can't make taxes pencil out a said you don't understand. The adviser is seeking build this. He finds a wealthy client. Who is not any. It's any pinches. A roth conversion because tax forever. What's not to like in wins the account. These obviously the existing adviser had been too stupid to reprimand ross few version so that opened my eyes to games advisors play which is them. Hey i got this hot new idea to ernie to a roth counter current advisor. Not tell you about this then. I wanna switch sesame resins over here. I'll be handled. Version actually starts setting up. The stretch in conclusion of the current paper is roth. Conversions almost always out as long as you live past ninety in never touched on. What do you mean. I plan on. living to. At least one twenty is a good planning horizon that russell payoff one hundred twenty than professor. This has been a lot of fun. We didn't even get into about ten more topics. Ancient dna evidence all sorts of other fun topics but where do our listeners. Go they wanna read some more. Your papers your blog. What's the best spot to keep up to date with. What's up too awfully. Open it on the webpage. Ma'am i really start with the new lessons for market history. That's the rap among the four years of effort into two hundred years of financial market data. There's a link to the blog posts somewhere in that paper if you will put a link up to and then the other thing is if you go on. Sr in dot com on social science research network up on you can search author last name all the stuff i put up. There is free to down. I would welcome more readers. That's all missing awesome. Edward we will add. Those ought to the show chenault lakes listeners. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks.
"santa clara" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Thesis really wrestle was the nineteen forty six to nineteen eighty two. You graph that stocks go up bonds. Go down down down. In average in those forty years with remaining hundred sixty stocks funds knows him. I mean we've kind of been talking about this for a long time. Even with sort of the modern data set and others. I feel like have been sort of in this similar camp that you discussed but to me. I talked to a lot of advisers and often you see this in investing literature talking about well if you have a long enough horizon stocks. Don't lose money view to say twenty years. Stocks aren't gonna ever lose money to which i take a pause and also if you frame it a stocks versus bonds. Just how long. These things can go when you start to talk about decades and decades. Maybe talk a little bit about even if you come to the conclusion that stocks bonds. How long do you have to wait for that to be true. Necessarily in how many times in history do you go. Periods of god forbid twenty twenty one and we're talking about hours and days not even quarters in years but longer than that. How long can the fallow periods be wouldn't lord longer than you can stale or solvent. Let's go back to japan. Segel's used to having. Japan thrones face okay and you know bronchial given his response to the os nineteen meeting nine bubble collapse in japan. And it's just an exception now. I i don't have to pay any attention to it. What he doesn't tell is the from nine thousand nine hundred sixty twenty twenty. Six decades owns beat stocks japan. There are prejudiced people everywhere. Not everybody wants.
"santa clara" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Then they fall all the way back the next few decades until the next door and they guess seagull again express the conventional wisdom when he said that you know basically all the inflation there's ever been in the united states from were to reflect through nineteen four that's like saying crisis were flat from july nineteen seven to july one thousand nine hundred ninety. Yeah sorta in the end because what it actually happened was inflation had gone up gonda on on now and ended flat there at were june in didn't really start what we think of as the currency stage until after nineteen sixty-five great inflation postings both break with gold lynch in the end of world war two by far to something else going on there i try not to give too many explanations at this stage were because it's more important to simply say dingy. No nineteenth century was a period that saw out of inflation followed by bouts of deflation deflation of fifty percent ext. japan look like a hiker. And yet you still economic growth. You still have stock market returns but during those deflationary you him trump on market turns the takeaway might be in the absence of deflation. Can you make any real money in bungs in the nineteenth century when there was plenty of deflation people. They good money in bonds buzz much. They made in stocks. As course deflation is not good for pricing power in a company profitability now. The deflation has been banished from these shores by government victim. Bonds may never return again but they did in the nineteenth century. Except after they've plunged you can show radically invite the reader to try this. You can do it with stocks bonds bills and inflation your data nine hundred eighty two to two thousand thirteen. Rake stock rally. You might remember. Most refund relatively performed about the same so the exceptional error. The thing that segel's entire.
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"It. W now back the show putting this together you think about it. I have my own interpretations. But i'd like to hear yours certainly of someone who had their hands super in the weeds. On all this data you know as you look back and kinda extrapolate from these different periods. What are your main thoughts when it comes to stocks bonds bills inflation with your data sat. What's the main kind of way points. I'm glad you mentioned that. were inflation. because that's going to be another parts and let me start with a conventional. Wisdom is up. Everybody know that when the united states broke late to gold in nineteen thirty four. It was like someone rang. A bell in unrest. The inflationary hounds until that hero all fokker finally slain the beast as right see fiat currency is afraid that some of your listeners will move on to watch just paper money. How do you stop inflation. If you go back and look at record year-by-year two hundred years. That story is just practically a bedtime store. It's not very good sculpture. So what you actually want. Is that through the end of world. War chew in milton. Friedman had nineteen fifty two paper. He thought world war two inflation peaked in nineteen forty eight in half and he showed graphically that will were to inflation and will one inflation in civil war and they should in. I added ward eighteen. Twelve inflation during wartime. I says double. That's just what they do that. Let's the historical record and then. The missing cheeks not emphasized by friedman known to very many folks is that rice's double jury coming and then they fall all the way back the next few decades until the next door and they guess seagull again express the conventional.
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"And that's the foundation of my challenge segel's stock market and so tell us the results i mean first of all i mean i was hoping you could say you just sent a bunch of poor grad students on the task. They're kinda lower cost wage but sounds like you did a lot of this work. So god bless you but what were some of the takeaways. Once you started compiling at would you start to draw out as far as insights will eventually have to sit way back to the bond history too long story. Short stocks didn't do as well before the civil war is senior. Would lead to expect in bonds did rather better after the civil war than sequel lead you to expect in the net of all that is that as of nineteen forty two if you invested in stocks or you invested in bonds you had the exact same portfolio first hundred fifteen years stocks and bonds repairing and. That's a pretty significant conclusion if you had to attributed to just any sort of main data points is it estimated dividend yield. They used or what were sort of the main muscle movements on why the conclusion is somewhat different than what others have found someone to my surprise segel's finger to the wind. Dividend estimate wasn't app are are now force. Fine constant he'll to what was fact. Fluctuating yields this dicey in the abstract but in the end that was not the problems. Seibel cbs's probably with seems thesis was the prior to eighteen seventy one. His sources left out the van. Pauls stock still went down canals. That never made a penny rewrote. That never paid. A dividend bust the second bank of the united states and the other banks that went bust through panic of eighteen nineteen panic meeting three so so most of the change. Most of the challenge to seagulls stock market is prior to the civil that period in us. Stock market street is different than looking after people did not make as much money as stock. Investors are accustomed to nick today returns for now the parody performance through one thousand nine hundred. Forty two is an amalgam of the newly discovered poor stock performance prior to the civil war in the newly discovery shining. Bond after civil war is putting those two together that creates the shocking to some finding of jerry lewis through nineteen to at some point. We'll have to talk about what changed. How different most nineteen forty two was. But i don't think we're there yet helped. Yes you yeah. I would still laying the foundation. I mean this is fascinating to me. You mentioned the bond data. Was that sort of a similar inquiry or was that something totally different again the source for bolan prices is the silla spreadsheets got.
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"Thirty s. Soon as two hundred different stocks traded in the united states there by the eighteen twenties there's dozens bonafide index rate. Might ask why didn't see you in. How is this any better than what ever seen. But i you know. Silivatere wasn't around when he got started in second. The only thing that was published in nineteen thirty five harvard guys named smith in cold and they did fluctuations in american business and they created a seven stock index from eighteen to now segel's original data from eighteen to to eighteen seventy one seven stocks seven ex. That what i don't think siegel ever understood was how different smith and kohl's purposeless. They weren't trying to build in index of overturned. First of all they left out the demon. It's not everyone understands that. In siegel's stock stocks would finger up to win thinking of dividend yield at six point four percent. Yeah that's where. I'll put in here though data. Just guess so. He's got sent. Stocks in imputed dividend returns but the real problem is smith and coal selected those seven stocks from the roughly thirty or forty that retreating. The took. each stock's price chart monthly. Pricers used a crayon it on a transparency stack the transparencies on a light team and they threw away the discrepant. Rice earns like the ones that went down. When everything else was going up they recycle they wanted indicators can. The stock market predict the economy. Can the economy pretty stock. Unlike modest m. statisticians. They were looking at prototypical stocks. So they threw away all the ones that looked different including the one that plunged from one hundred twenty dollars share to a dollar and a half the sheer second bank united states of america equal as share of market capitalization to the fang stocks kessler. So the biggest single stock the traded between eighteen nineteen in eighteen forty three the biggest single star the one that went from one hundred twenty two one and a half in eighteen forty s. It was left out of single scene. You sources left out the batstone two quick comments for listeners who want a good introductory book on the early stages of that time as far as the economy you're talking about hamilton. There was a great book called. Hamilton's blessing the talks about the life and times of our national debt. It's a really fun book on the topic. And i was gonna say another one and i'm blanking on the name of william bernstein's got a couple of really interesting books about economic history and i'll throw in to that same genre if i can find it. The birth of plenty is run loose shelf year. He's got another one to history and he goes back certainly before. Us markets alexander hamilton. He's the fog. We have securities markets. The united states because of him. Only time i've ever been useful in trivia in los angeles. They have some of these trivia nights. You can go to irish pub irish times where it's like all the jeopardy winners and have some friends that are experts on sports and then obviously in los angeles pop culture and entertainment in my only real contribution on rare occasions. Just very esoteric knowledge. But i remember the question was. Where was the world's first stock exchange so finally i got to contribute. You could have even argued some points on this one too by the way depending on a rabbit hole you wanted to get but i finally got to contribute as a quant. We all know that quality. Data's everything and like you mentioned selection bias of taking out the bad performers. I used to always laugh when i would talk to. People would start their option trading strategies in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I said well you're kind of missing a big event about a year earlier or they exclude certain countries from history. Because they say well no you know. Japan was obviously a crazy bubble in the eighties. We can include so it. Using the data that existed is tough and so what eventually drew the inspiration of starting to dig deep into this sort of idea and look back into the sort of pre roaring twenties dataset. I don't know why. But i had a hunch that segel's wrong in as i got into it and yet i needed this folks retirement project. It became apparent how slim in scanty the sources worthy strung together. We haven't even got to the problems with his bond market data. Come to that later but basically it was easy enough to look at. Richard sylla's spreadsheets and say. Wow smith and coal and siegel. They left out. Dozens and dozens. And then as i got into it. We're in more about stream woodley second bank. The united states we have a functioning central bank in the united states and president. Andrew jackson decides. It's his enemy in jackson. Had all oculus chumps so our most recent prison. So basically said yeah. I know it's a central bedding again. Maybe we need a central bank deva functioning national economy but it's my enemy so basically destroyed in when he destroyed it he destroyed about twenty five percents of stock market capitalisation. The united states the panic eighteen thirty seven. That's the one for listen. Instrument panic of eighteen. Thirty seven was one of the worst market breath. All's prior to nineteen twin in so basically step one was to yet. The stock price actually started with old railroad stocks asher. How many people know that. Standard and poor's came about his the merger through standard statistics company in the henry varna for publishing company and reform for being when i market statisticians working in the eighteen sixties for railroads. Four get all the difference difference. Real data just printed in table in.
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"Clara university. And today's show. We hear why the stocks for the long run thesis may not be so accurate. Our guests found digital archives and older data that gives a different conclusion than what others have found. We walk through how stock and bond returns have changed over time and learn that bonds have outperformed stocks for decades. Both here in the us. And in other countries like france and japan we hear about our guest regime these which says the risk return profile both stocks and bonds depends on what regime were in both capable of outperforming or underperforming over any time horizon. Please enjoy this episode with santa clara university's at professor edward. Welcome to the show. Thank you. I'm honored to be here. Where do we find you today. Right up the coast from us with a town. That's got a little relevance to What we're up to. Where in the world aria. Who knew i'm in cambria. Calhoun you actually mentioned in. The name preceded me my partner. His heritage was from the welsh part of the world. And as you mentioned that some sort of derivation as you cambria has dotted throughout the land. Is that sound right. It's originally latin cumbria. Something like that multi embarrassing story. Get it out of the way early. I've been in california since two thousand but at one point was driving up and down on the coast. And don't ask me why i got this in my head but little town up the center. I loved the central coast. California is town pismo beach listeners. And i don't know why. I got this in my head that i thought it was a place you could go clamming and i don't know if they were just famous for clams or not even. There's just a restaurant randomly with a clam on the side of the. I have no idea. I get some of these weird ideas in my head but i remember stopping and trying to go in the grocery store in fishing store and has like. Where can you buy clamming equipment in every single person. what are you talking about. And this may be an early two thousand. So i don't know if my motorola razor or whatever i had was useful in googling it but i tried like three or four times before eventually giving up. Your instincts are wealth. More dismal did make its reputation as betrays from the eighteen eighty s as a place to go clamming and you know the beach was covered with clamorous in they fished it out just like the abalone. So that probably hasn't been clam found in bismuth for kings while while. okay. I don't feel dumb now. I've always wanted to go abalone diving. I have a couple of buddies do that. Up north of san francisco. And i think of all the sports or activities that are sport like it has like one of the highest casualty rates of anything of any activity like abalone diving. I think is top three up. There were skydiving and who knows what else my cup of tea. I'm a safety secret. Yeah i know. I've never done is just on the to do list. Okay so we're gonna get into all sorts of fun things today. I thought we'd start off. I've been doing this. Asset management investing job for about two decades. In if you were to ask me if you're to grabbed me in a bar coffee shop right on the water up there in cambria great wine by the way down the road and you say mab. What is the single most universally held investment belief in all the land so all the dozens or hundreds of maximums out there. What is the single number one. And i would tell you i would say it's that stocks outperform bonds. Just kinda universally like. That's probably the number one most held truth. I can even think of and you published a lot of research a lot of interesting papers that i love and one of the reasons we got you on today. Why don't you walk us back to win. You put out your probably most famous paper at least to me about market history and what was the inspiration and let's walk through it. Let's get deep. Your listeners will be familiar with jeremy. Siegel working professor author of the book. Stocks for the long and basically seagull ratifies if he is actually the source of that. Maximum that you just. Vex seagal made two arguments in that book number one in the long run stocks.
Digital Teleconverters Are Better than You Might Think
"Today. I'm going to talk about the joy of digital tele converters honest. I'm serious. This is not a joke. I'm really going to talk about how cool these things are now. I'm going to start with a story from fathers day which just happened I'm recording this on monday. So this was yesterday and my two boys live down in the santa clara area. And i'm in santa rosa. So san francisco is sort of like halfway in between so they set up the sing where we would meet Down in san francisco Around the presidio area which is just this lovely beautiful area part of san francisco and so we'd meet down there and they arranged for some takeout and we're going to eat out on this great green expanse at the presidio. Were just beautiful. People go there and they just hang out and picnic and families come and then after we had our picnic and so forth They had a walk planned and we kind of walk along crissy field in some nice views of the golden gate bridge and the city itself. So i knew that You know where we're gonna be someone to make sure. I had a camera with me. But i also knew that i wanted to travel light. This wasn't a day for me to you. Know have a bunch of photos care. And be. Like one of those dads. This was a day for me to enjoy and spend time with my boy. So i wanted to travel light well. I'm sure that's a huge shock to you right. Of course. I wanted to travel i. I almost always wanted to travel light. Regardless so i packed in my pocket. I had the iphone twelve pro. Max and i thought that would be particularly useful for the ultrawide if i needed it in a does have that. You know that to axe telephoto there. But i was more in the mood to shoot with fuji film. The x one hundred v is this that kind of day. I don't know i just. It just felt good to hold it in the hand and everything so my iphone stayed in my pocket all day. I never. I never used it once but i did pull out the x one hundred eighty. So we're taking our walk. And i i see some shots when we when we get near the water Played around with some shots with the golden gate bridge in the background in some really cool things in the foreground. That was fun in the thirty five millimeter. Equivalent lands of the excellent hundred v Was fantastic for that. It really was. It was great so that was all going really well. But then we kind of reversed direction. We went back the other way and the view that right away caught. My eye was the san francisco skyline with a kind of a semi low hanging clouds bank. So he had a little bit of blue right behind the buildings. Some fog above it a love that kind of sandwich. Look it's it's really gorgeous and in the foreground right in front of the city was the dome from the palace of fine arts. Going man has really nice. And then i had some good stuff to work within the foreground in front of that even so i'm going. That is a shot. i wanna do. I know a little bit of a postcard. Shaba does kind of an unusual angle and the lighting was really good. And i just wanted. The shooter is wanted to shoot him.
Coworker Worried Future Mass Shooter Could ‘Go Postal’
"I might cross a reporting a colleague of the California Rail Yard shooter feared he might go postal You information about the gunman who fatally shot nine co workers at a California rail yard on May 26th has been published, according to the Mercury News, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, internal documents show. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July, 2019 after a verbal altercation with a co worker. In January, 2020, an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy. He scares me. If someone was to go postal, it would be him. The authority released more than 200 pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy. Cassidy, who worked at the Valley Transportation Authority for more than 20 years, took his own life as deputies moved
Colleague of California Shooter Feared He Might 'Go Postal'
"I might cross your reporting a colleague of the California rail yard shooter feared he might go postal you information about the gunman who fatally shot nine coal workers at a California real yard on may twenty sixth has been published according to the mercury news Santa Clara valley Transportation Authority internal documents show fifty seven year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July twenty nineteen after a verbal altercation with a co worker in January twenty twenty an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy he scares me if someone was to go postal it'd be him the authority released more than two hundred pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy Cassidy who worked at the valley Transportation Authority for more than twenty years took his own life as deputies moved in hi Mike Rossio
Police Release Dramatic Body-Cam Video of Rail Yard Shooting
"Word on a motive. Dramatic video released in another California shooting last week's active shooting scene at a rail yard in San Jose that left nine victims and the shooter did are still it was just after 6 30 in the morning is the first team of Santa Clara County sheriff's deputies in San Jose. Police officers moved in to stop the threat. You were guilty. I gotta take this herd on body worn camera audio just release a team makes its approach into the light rail buildings, right? It will be well inside the suspect fire shots they they enter to find victims down and the suspect has killed himself. A motive for the shooting
Sheriff: Rail Yard Shooter Stockpiled Guns, Ammo at His Home
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting authorities say the San Jose railyard shooter had stockpiled guns and ammo at his home new information was disclosed Friday about the gunman who killed nine coal workers at a California real yard the Wednesday before taking his own life as sheriff's deputies moved in the Santa Clara county sheriff's office said in a statement investigators found twelve guns and twenty five thousand rounds of ammunition at Samuel James Cassidy's house in addition there were multiple cans of gasoline and suspected Molotov cocktails the cash was on top of the three nine millimeter handguns and thirty two high capacity magazines the fifty seven year old Cassidy took to the Santa Clara valley Transportation Authority in San Jose authorities say the guns Cassidy used in his deadly rampage appear to have been legal hi Mike Rossio
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"Happens and 11 loaded magazines Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith says they found bomb making material in his work locker. The precursor items for explosives like detonator record and stuff like that. Biden's latest $1.7 trillion proposal. Senator Shelley Moore Capito. What we are looking at today is $928 billion package over eight years. It sticks to the core infrastructure features that we talked to. Initially it's a serious effort to try to reach Bipartisan agreement. President will make remarks about the economy and Cleveland this afternoon. 406,000 people signed up for jobless benefits last week. A new pandemic low bankrate dot coms. Mark Hamrick with the flip side with this latest snapshot, some 15.8 million Americans were on some form of unemployment assistance, pointing to further work to do in the healing department. There will be a virtual rally today to demand action to stop a surgeon, anti Semitic attacks. Have been more than 60 reported in New York City alone. 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Visit indeed dot com slash credit 10 03 on w T O P Welcome into Thursday morning, It's the 27th of May. 75 degrees. Now as we head to the upper eighty's Good morning. I'm Mork, Lois. Along with Debra Feinstein with the top local stories we're following at this hour. The husband and wife shot and killed in their front yard in Springfield yesterday, or military doctors, one of them retired, the other on active duty. Police are asking for your help in finding what they say is the key to solving this crime. The victims are Edward McDaniel Jr 55. Brenda McDaniel 63, both of Springfield. They did nothing wrong, Major Ed Oh, Carol with Fairfax County police. They're looking for a car. They say the killer or killers drove away in. It's a light colored 2018 Nissan Ultima, And Here's the Maryland tag number one e F. 1479 police chief Kevin Davis. We think someone has seen the car. We aren't that person or persons to contact us The car, maybe part in your neighborhood right now. A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest. Help us. Find that car in Fairfax, Michelle bash. W T O P. NEWS. A developing story We're following this morning a man shot outside the Columbia Heights Metro Station in northwest. It happened just after seven o'clock D c. Police say the extent of the man's injuries are unclear, but they say he is conscious and his breathing. No arrests have been made. Police are looking For a silver and gray Mustang with Maryland tags. The North bound 14th street entrance to the Columbia Heights Metro station is closed. We'll continue to bring you more information. Black man is recovering at home now, after being shot eight times by a Spotsylvania County sheriff's deputy as he was walking out of his home into the roadway last month after he spent weeks in the hospital with serious injuries. We're learning more about Isaiah Brown's condition. 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"Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department also investigating whether or not he said his home on fire before the shooting, and if he planted bombs at the scene, we actually had an explosives dog on scene, which detected to some type of explosive material. We've also learned that Cassidy had several weapons, but no word yet on a motive. Jason Nathan's and ABC News. Denouncing what they call continued racism, an Amazon warehouse construction site in Connecticut after an eighth news has been found Connecticut and Devil A. C P. President Scott as Dale says the latest news was found this morning at the site and Windsor despite additional security measures. 1/7 News was found hanging over a beam at the site last week. Amazon says it is closed the location once again to allow the FBI to investigate. Kevin Clark, a Chicago musician known for playing drummer, Freddie Spasm. Aggie Jones in the film School of Rock, was killed by a 20 year old driver early this morning while he was biking in Avondale. The 32 year old was hit in the 2600 block of Northwestern Avenue. The driver who struck him was ticketed. Clark grew up in Highland Park and started playing the drums when he was three years old. A memorial is planned for tonight. A petty O'Brien's in Highwood. A man driving a Porsche died after hitting five cars and Wrigley build this afternoon in the 1400 block of West Addison. He first hit a Chevy and a delivery truck. That impact caused him to cross into westbound traffic, striking three more cars. The driver was pronounced dead at the hospital. Another person was also transferred to the hospital. No word of their injuries. The major accident unit is investigating. Welcome back beaches, Mayor Lights and tweeting a video today announcing 22 Chicago beaches, will reopen on Friday after year being closed due to the pandemic. In her video, she says she's excited for residents to return to the beaches and still encouraged everyone to get vaccinated. Beach Season in Chicago runs through Labor Day WLS News time six Oh, six. Taking a look at traffic right now on the Dan Ryan and salad inbound between purging road and the burn interchangeable be delayed there about 31 minutes on the express lanes, also solid outbound between Pershing Road and Marquette Road. That's gonna cost you an extra 10 minutes. On the Eisenhower had stopped and go out down between Ashland and displays Avenue over 30 Minute delays there. Next Traffic update in 15 minutes, It's mattress firm's best Memorial Day sale ever for a limited time save up to $500 on top rated mattress friends like Silly and Sleepy's Plus, get a free adjustable base with your 6 99.
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"It is a sad day in Santa Clara County history. I'm very proud of the response, including the unions that have come forward with funding and health. Santa Clara County is a family and you're seeing that go into effect today? My condolences to all the family members and friends of those that passed today. Thank you, You know, let me let me start by just reminding everybody that the backbone of Santa Clara County throughout Coben 19 was all the essential workers and none were more essential. And making sure people could get to their places of work on B E T A never stopped. It didn't stop light rail. It didn't stop us is it didn't stop helping move people from point A to point B Thies heroes that we weigh all learned how to call essential workers heroes. We're now calling on them to be heroes again. There's a fund that's been set up for these families. But and by going to working partnership, stop or get anybody who wants to make a contribution to the families that have been impacted. The Vita families that have been impacted can do that directly by going to working partnerships USA dot ord. I just want to close with this point. My heart breaks. I can't stop thinking about what we could all be doing differently to stop this in our community so that this doesn't become Something that just happens here, but something that should never happen. And thank all of you for being here. Thank you. That was the supervisor and one.
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"With the Santa Clara Sheriff Department updating the number of victims in that shooting spree in a light rail yard this morning at eight. Victims that air pronounced deceased at this point, and there is one suspect as pronounced to seize the shooter identified as a male. Davis says the scene very active with teams also working to clear the facility of possible explosive devices. Inside, we received information that there are explosive devices that are located inside the building. That being said. We activated our bomb squad. There are also multiple injuries, and the Vita is offering counseling. In a new statement today, President Biden calling on his intelligence agencies to redouble efforts into the origins of the cove in 19, it comes is the China Wu Han Lab is facing new scrutiny. At a Senate hearing today, chief White House Medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci asked by Senator Lindsey Graham, what the U. S. Is doing to find out what should be the consequences to any country. China included That allowed this to happen. What should the world expect of a country if they in fact allowed this Bars to come from one of their labs through negligence. Well, first of all when you said, Who should you know, the W Wade show did? What they're referring to now is phase one of an investigation, which they felt. Was not completely adequate. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, wrapping up talks in the Middle East, trying to shore up a cease fire between Israel and Hamas, said a briefing in Amman. Blinken says talks with Egypt and Jordan were productive and focused on aid. And move forward. If we want to see on what we're working on it steps that all sides can take to reduce tensions. Lincoln also says the U. S will provide money to help Gaza rebuild your listening. To ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop News continues on CO Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning It's 11 02 59 degrees downtown on this Wednesday morning, I'm Thomas with our top story. Come on 24 7 news Center. As we mentioned, we'll go live shortly to a press conference with Mayor Jenny Durkin regarding mass vaccination sites. In the meantime, a second vaccine is said to be nearly ready for use in 12 to 15 year Olds. As comes Brian cover tells us local health officials and parents are very eager for its approval. Dr Janet England at Seattle Children's has seen the preliminary results has the Madonna vaccine is being tested in pre teens and young teenagers. There was very, very good protection against covert disease somewhere in the area. Of 93% to 100% of depending on how you define it. When these doses they're put into play, we'll add a lot more to the stream of vaccine that could be used in this young age group. Right now. The only option is the Fizer vaccine. So supplies in places are limited. Olympia, Dad can grub is concerned about his son. My gosh, What if something happens to him now, after we're now vaccinated? He just wants more options for kids. When's it gonna get approved for them? When are they gonna be able to get their shots? House? How long are they gonna have to wait? The plan is to have The FDA consider an emergency use approval next month, meaning the Madonna vaccine will likely be able to be used in 12 to 15 year olds by late June or early July. Ryan Calvert Co. Mon You wanted time. 11 03 and second vaccine is said to be nearly ready for those youngsters. In the meantime, the Washington State Health Department reports another 923 new cases of cover, 19 confirmed yesterday another 90 people had to be hospitalized. 13 additional deaths were reported yesterday, bringing the state's totally a total fatalities from covered 2 57 122. Seattle could soon make it more difficult for landlords to evict tenants, especially if they have young Children. COUPLES. Corwin take reports on the new pandemic inspired tenant protections. New legislation comes in the form of three bills, one of which council members. Shama Sawant says, would protect tenants with school age Children from getting evicted during the school year. Children are evicted at all in a city with so much wealth is a damning an indictment of capitalism. But at the very least, the city Council has the power to stop Children from being evicted during the school year. A second bill would prevent short notice evictions and the third would prevent evictions because the tenant fell behind on rent due to pandemic related financial hardship. Landlord, Corey Beaver, tells the council laws like these are driving small landlords out of business and shrinking the housing supply. Families with Children are the very people you're hurting with this legislation by pushing single family rental houses out of the rental market. All three bills passed out of committee and head now to the full Council for approval. Corwin Hague Co..
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"Santa Clara County Sheriff's Deputy Russell Davis says there are multiple injuries and fatalities at the V T a light rail yard but couldn't say how many. The suspect is confirmed deceased. I will not go into details as how what The cause of death is at this point. The yard was apparently very busy at that hour, with employees getting ready for the day, the yards where trains are stored overnight. Was also a maintenance yard there. The mother of Evita employee told Fox affiliate Ktvb you that there was a union meeting going on at the time of the shooting, and the chair of the Vita says the shooting did happen in the rail yard. Lisa Thanks. Jessica, the nation's top infectious disease experts is the Biden administration did not consult with the National Institutes of Health before ending a State Department investigation into whether covert 19 escaped from a lab boxes. Rachel Sutherland has this live Lisa Under questioning by Republican Senator John Kennedy. Doctor 80,000 said the N H didn't have much influence over the Trump era probe. Didn't consult with you. They did not. They consult with you, Dr Collins. I read about it in the press this morning. The body administration ended the investigation. Citing quality issues. Dr. Fauci also told the Senate Appropriations Committee there's no guarantee Chinese researchers that got US grants didn't do gain of function research, but he doubts they lied about it. Lisa. Thanks Rachel or President Biden and a just released statement says the intelligence community doesn't feel there's sufficient evidence to make one covert origin more likely than the other At this point, he's asked them, he says, to redouble their efforts. Meantime, the former State Department official accused of blocking that were hand lab probe tells Fox News the lab origin theory..
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"And San Diego and fairgrounds in Santa Clara, Fresno and Sacramento. They're among the cities nationwide, converting huge parking lots into massive vaccination stations to ramp up inoculations after the initial rollout fell below expectations, J. Summers reports. Mass vaccinations for thousands of medical workers will be conducted at baseball stadiums in Los Angeles and San Diego and a fairgrounds in Santa Clara, Fresno and Sacramento. San Diego County opened what it calls a vaccination superstation at a parking lot near the downtown home of the Padres baseball team. Officials said they hope to inject up to 5000 health care workers a day at the site, though they were limiting the number to 2500 on Monday to allow staff from UC San Diego medical toe work out any kinks as they administered the drive through vaccines. Medical staff under a row of white tents injected healthcare workers as they drove through, then directed them to wait nearby for 15 minutes to be observed for any reactions. So far, 12,500 health care workers in San Diego County have signed up for an appointment at the drive through vaccination superstation. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced L A will start mass vaccinations at Dodger Stadium by the end of the week. Local leaders have been using the stadium for testing. But officials say that Dodger Stadium will be repurposed to vaccinate up to 12,000 people per day when it is fully up and running. The mayor said that the shift will temporarily reduce testing capacity in L. A county, but it will eventually provide more than triple the number of daily vaccines available to Angelenos. The majority of vaccines allocated to the state are being distributed directly to large health care systems..