35 Burst results for "Seventy Nine Years"
Turning Life Into Narrative With Carl Buccalleto
"So today on the podcast. I am talking with author. Carl bitch lotto. Welcome to the show karl kani. It's very nice to be here. Thank you for coming and talking to me today Now would you mind telling our listeners. A little bit about yourself and what your rights. okay. Well i am a retired executive and seventy nine years old and now that i'm in retirement. I had the opportunity to spend some time going over old journals and my malaysia said that i wrote over a period of fifty years. Frankly and they will use primarily To assist me going through certain issues that the were in place from the time. I write books at this particular books. I book but it has to do with generation from world war two to current. And i'm a representative generation and it has to do mainly with the paradigm shifts in how life has evolved for the people like myself who were born and raised in poverty in brooklyn without much chip and the upper to the opportunities have made itself available with discipline and work and education and the war years and all of the various things that occurred so the book that i wrote as many people. Call at memoir. It's really not. it's kind of a an exodus. From one portion of life migrated to another and describes it describes many things including a substance abuses discovery of faith overcoming issues in business and in life that were every damaging and very difficult but perseverance makes things better
Bob Dylan Sells His Entire Catalog of Songs to Universal Music
"Dylan sold his entire back catalogue of music to universal music group earlier. This month price wasn't made public but estimates range from three to four hundred million dollars. The catalog contains about six hundred songs composed over sixty years over the years. Dillon has sold more than one hundred. Twenty five million records and at seventy nine years old. He's still performing globally for the last several decades until the pandemic he performed more than one hundred concerts per year. Not surprisingly the ceo made su nami sized waves the new york times called it a blockbuster deal and said it may be the largest sale. In history of a single songwriters music dylan status is unlike that of any other musician in the twenty first century in two thousand eight. He won a pulitzer prize for quote his profound impact on popular music in american culture marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power in two thousand sixteen. He won the nobel prize in literature for quote having created new poetic expressions within the great american song tradition at the time. The nobels permanent secretary. The late sarah donahue's compared dylan to greek poets. Homer and sappho dylan is also the recipient of numerous grammy awards and the presidential medal of freedom. Moreover dylan is seen not just as a cultural icon but also as one who has kept the copyrights to his songs even while allowing many other musicians to cover them. He's also allowed his music to be used for some surprising commercial undertakings like twenty nineteen super bowl budweiser ad in two thousand four. Victoria's secret out. According to the wall street journal copyrights to the compositions themselves are distinct from recording and performing rights among the songs in the catalog at universal acquired or some that have gone down in history indeed changed history like blowing in the wind like a rolling stone and yes the times they are a and
National Sweetest Day with Travis Osterhaus
"Related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's national? Day. Hey y'all. It's a good friend travis sorry for the noise I'd just finished packing a small box. My Mom's favorite treats for today is a special day. It's National Swedish. Day. Swedish day is a day to give a thoughtful gift. Say Something Nice or even do a good deed for another person. I chose this day because I love stories about generosity. So got me wondering. Do you have any podcast suggestions about random acts of kindness or unexpected giving thanks and can't wait to hear what you come up with. First of all travis, how hard is it to say sweetest and not have it sound like Swedish? Today is National Sweetest Day, which is celebrated on the third Saturday. Of October. When one thinks of sweet, they think of Which is worthy. Stay originated from. But doodoo certain circumstances it morphed into a day not specific things that make you need to see a dentist. For my first recommendation, I have a short ten minute mystery from the Ohio mysteries podcast that talks about the history of sweetest day including the fact that it was invented in Cleveland, and that a lot of people outside the region have no idea exists. So give it a listen. Do something sweet for someone and posted on social media using the National Swedish Day. Hashtag. Today's gas is Travis Oester House. I met Travis last year at podcast movement. Travis does not have a podcast, but he has a podcast APP called re pod. Because I recommend podcast episodes in my newsletter and this podcast I'm always seeking out podcasts myself. I subscribe to newsletters I belong to the bell collective and I read a bunch of articles. Replied though is a social APP where people talk about their favorite episodes within podcast player I've gotten so many great recommendations from other APP users. So come, check it out. As a little bonus I'm going to answer Travis's question with one of my favorite podcasts kind world. Unfortunately kind world ended a few months ago, but you can still find all their episodes. In this episode a mother bonds with a clerk at a grocery store who has down syndrome, which make it a little dusty wherever you are. For Third Recommendation Travis Recommends Lake City quite pills from the unresolved podcast. Travis says and I quote this one has a reply. All feel to it in two, thousand, nine, a seventy, nine year old World War Two veteran who was an active editor passed away his death was posted to a ready community by his friend who is also a at
New Generation Of D.C. Statehood Advocates
"On a recent evening about sixty young people in their late teens and early twenties log into a zoom meeting. They live all over the country from new. Jersey to California but they're committed to the cause the organizers start introducing themselves I everyone. My name is Jen Mandel black. I'm Michael I use he him pronouns. Hi Everyone. My name is Jimmy the advocates on this call are preparing to meet with their US senators virtually of course to talk making Washington DC The fifty first state organizer Michael Copy says statehood is one of the key civil rights issues of our time over seven hundred thousand DC residents most of whom are black and Brown folks do not have access. To be the very democracy that surround sound, this big statehood energy is relatively new as recently as a decade ago, statehood was seen as a political dead end Democrats in Congress generally supported it but they didn't make the legislative priority even when they had the chance seventy, nine year old niece Jenkins started advocating for statehood in the late nineteen, ninety s we are the old school we are the gangsters. Of the statehood movement, the Oh Geez back then DC was still struggling to get on solid financial footing statehood did not go over. Well, we were Kinda ridiculed for DC, statehood was not on anybody's limps, grassroots, activists and officials like DC Mayor Mariel Browser made it a priority in this hyper partisan time we're living in DC statehood has become a core part of the National Democratic Platform, the House of Representatives the summer passed a bill supporting DC statehood for the first time in history. The next hurdle is getting it through the Senate which advocates hope will soon be controlled by Democrats. A new generation is on board with this 'cause on the recent zoom call twenty, two year old DC resident demi strap man gives her fellow advocate some advice when it comes to preparing to meet with actual elected officials or their staff you have to be confident to not feel like you're invading their space. They are your elected officials. You have the right to speak with them because she's from DC Stratton no senators to lobby herself and the district's one representative to Congress Eleanor. Holmes Norton can't vote on final versions of bills. That's why young advocates today are hyper focused on getting people from outside the district on board with the statehood 'cause I actually grew up in Pennsylvania. So I kind of took my representation for granted before right moved to DC twenty, four year old Noah wills now lives in the district and runs the advocacy group students for DC statehood he's working to expand their chapters at universities side the district he also wants to get university students in. DC. Bought in while they live here and by doing so they're there really are gateway to the rest of the country wheels and other statehood advocates still have a lot of convincing to do last year in a Gallup poll less than a third of Americans said, they favor d. c. becoming a state. But after this summer's protests over police brutality, some young advocates WanNa push a angle to the statehood 'cause racial justice twenty, two year old DC native Jamal Holtz, points out. The DC is forty, six percent black retreated a second class citizens, and so these statehood is a civil rights issue. Holt says the black lives matter movement and DC statehood are completely intertwined for the first time in his life. He feels like statehood is possible if Democrats take the White House. And Senate and make it a priority. He grew up wanting to be the mayor of Washington DC, and now he's already thinking about adjusting that dream. It'll give me a new goal in life and not limit myself the mayor but make it governor for Wam you I'm Michaela. FRAC to
Comic actor Fred Willard of 'Best in Show' and 'Modern Family' dies at 86
"Comic actor Fred Willard has died Fred Willard perfected the role of the kind of clueless nice guy from the announcer and best in show I didn't want to put on a show like Holmes adds to his Emmy nominated turn as Tyrrell's dad Frank on modern family I waited seventy nine years is seen as a doctor I can wait another seventy nine also known for roles in this is spinal tap in command and Willard was nominated for three Emmys for guest starring on everybody loves Raymond will
Stimulus checks for dead taxpayers must be returned, IRS says
"If you got a stimulus payment for someone who died before the money was sent the federal government says he should return the money immediately calls Connie Thompson has more whether by direct deposit or a physical check in the mail the US treasury wants its money back now with the recipient is dead if they're looking to stimulate the economy and they sent out these checks and people are spending it is not the same thing Debbie Carter received this check in the mail for her mother seventy nine year old and Tate died in may of last year now after weeks of consumer confusion and no official direction from the U. S. treasury there's a new update on the IRS economic impact payment website no special section or headline you have to click on the eligibility link and scroll through all the questions and answers check for people who died as question ten added some time may sixth does someone who died qualify for payment the answer is no the payments must be returned you must either void the check and return to the U. S. treasury include a brief explanation or with direct deposit the IRS says send a personal check or money order to return the cash so what I did was I wrote void on the back of the jock and I'm just holding on to it right now demi says she's never had any intention of cashing the check but she will not jump through hoops to return it and she's concerned that a lot of errors who are sitting on or already spent money sent to the deceased won't get the message ranking putting out this information and a better format it's not very clear and I don't think it's gonna reach all the people who receive these checks okay so you can help me reach those people again if you or someone you know receive money for someone who is no longer living then you click the eligibility link on the IRS's economic impact payments page look for question ten I'm also getting questions from a lot of who say I'm still living and I have a receipt my money or all the money I'm do the IRS says you can file for additional money when you file your twenty twenty tax return and
Afrobeat Drummer Tony Allen Died of Heart Attack in Paris
"Drummer Tony Allen is widely hailed as one of the founders of afrobeat alongside his longtime musical partner Philip boutique the seventy nine year old Allen died Wednesday evening in Paris of heart attack NPR's honest ideas he'll guess has this appreciation sitting behind his drum kit Tony Allen used his whole body to lay out intricate poly rhythms with all four limbs Ellen didn't begin playing drums until he was eighteen years old but just months later he became a professional musician Alan met Fela Kuti in the early nineteen sixties and the Lakers Nigeria and in nineteen sixty nine the forms the legendary bands the seventy no one was injured the band's drummer he was its musical director blaring horns and soaring vocals often with highly political lyrics over driving through in nineteen seventy nine and in part because he felt he wasn't being recognized and compensated for his contributions but he continued to be a musical adventurer dipping into everything from Afro funk electronica his last album was released only last month it's a collaboration with the late south African trumpeter Hugh Masekela some of Tony Allen's own music was explicitly political but he believed in rejoicing in the small things of life too as he told NPR in two thousand ten CellaVision is everybody does we would look at it is like this every day we said it's a message he delivered through his exuberant music for more than five
Fauci: 'We're not there yet' on key steps to reopen economy
"Dr Anthony Fauci says he's playing an important public role by taking part in the daily White House virus briefings but they're taking a toll maybe I could ask Tony to say a few words found she's become a near daily presence at the White House podium he says it's important to talk with the nation about the virus and doesn't mind that it's the amount of time yesterday's briefing ran nearly two and a half hours the seventy nine year old Sauchie tells the AP he got home pretty late the most in about nine nine o'clock then had a C. span interview and then I had you know my usual six hundred emails to look at and still has his day job running the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases that gets you to like literally a nineteen hour day which after a while you know it's not easy Sager make ani Washington
Fauci says he feels safe despite threats, is focusing on job
"One of the trump administration's most visible faces on the coronavirus fight now has body guards after receiving online threats Dr Tony felt she's become a target of some trump supporters who say he's tried to undermine the president with Frank talk about the virus besides threads about she's also had uncomfortable encounters with admirers the justice department has granted a health and Human Services department request to gift voucher a security detail he tells NBC's today show P. feel safe I've chosen this life I mean I I know what it is though he says parts of the job are disturbing he's just forging ahead and just put all of the stuff aside maybe the bigger concern for the seventy nine year old felt she now was a hoarse voice after spending every day briefing people on the virus I just need to keep my mouth shut Sager mag on the Washington
Anthony Fauci’s security is stepped up as doctor and face of U.S. Coronavirus response receives threats
"Dr Anthony Fauci receives security detail amid the threats threats what every fed chief sure Dr Anthony Fauci came member of president trump's White House coronavirus task force has reportedly received a security detail source familiar with the situation confirmed to the hill newspaper that doctor felt she was given a security detail after receiving threats nature ad of the concerns included threats as well listen to this as well as unwelcome communications from fervent admirers fervent admirers you know John Lennon had prevented Myers The Washington Post reported citing sources inside the department of health and Human Services fervent admirers thought she did not directly answer when asked by the hill at Wednesday's press briefing it should been given additional protection there for in the question to the part of health and Human Services inspector general who might be in charge of that second person familiar with the situation said additional security was under discussion last month and was widely implemented in recent days I think the internet has not made a sub by happier country but some people go out there and say crazy thanks he doesn't need security trump told reporters as the topic was being discussed at Wednesday's briefing everybody loves him president trump said besides that they'd be in big trouble if they ever attacked him there is about five foot four candies he's seventy nine years old I was a little surprised by that he he doesn't appear to be a seventy nine year old man HHS secretary Alex ETS are has been increasingly concerned about folk cheese safety amid his growing national profile The Washington Post reported and ask the U. S. Marshall service to deputize a group of agents in the office of the HHS inspector general to provide protective services to Dr Fauci according to an official with knowledge of the
Russia reports its first coronavirus death
"Russia has confirmed its first coronavirus death in Moscow the seventy nine year old woman with underlying health conditions who tested positive died as a result of new
Trump pushes for massive aid from Congress, checks to public
"The nation's top infectious diseases expert remembers what it was like when I was young a long time ago I felt that I was involved with the now seventy nine year old Tony felt she says sure millennials may be less vulnerable than him but they're not immune stop going to bark stop socializing help keep the virus away from their grandparents we can't do this without the young people cooperating asked how long it might take the nation to know if the pain of social distancing and other virus fighting measures are actually working to blended spread out she was equally blunt we don't know because this is really unprecedented Sager make ani Washington
Alex Trebek beats odds and marks milestone in cancer battle
"The host of jeopardy Alex Trebek is beating the odds so far as he battles pancreatic cancer he has now survived exactly one year since his diagnosis one year after telling the world he was fighting for his life Alex Trebek is sharing an update on his battle with stage four pancreatic cancer I'd be lying if I said the journey had been an easy one there were some good days but a lot of not so good days the seventy nine year old television staple breeding the dire one year survival odds of just eighteen percent were feeling how difficult his chemo treatments have been there were moments of great pain and sudden massive attacks of Great Depression that made me wonder if it really was worth fighting on foot I brushed that aside quickly because that would have been a massive betrayal a betrayal of my wife and soul mate Jean who has given her all to help me survive it would have been a betrayal of other cancer patients who have looked to me as an inspiration and a cheerleader of sorts of the value of living and hope would certainly have been a betrayal of my faith in god and the millions of prayers that have been set on my behalf but despite a struggle the Emmy winning host hasn't missed a single day at jeopardy a job he's performed for more than three decades now delivering this poignant message or something if I felt if we because so many of us are involved in the same situation if we take it just one day at a time with a positive attitude anything is possible Pentre access his oncologist told them the two year survival rate is just seven percent but he's confident that this time next year they'll be celebrating that next major
Spain cancels Placido Domingo performances over sexual misconduct allegations
"But Placido Domingo continues to lose jobs Spain's minister of culture says they canceled the opera legends two performances scheduled in Madrid in may a statement said it's acting in solidarity with women affected by his alleged sexual misconduct the shows will go on but without the seventy nine year old singer an investigation by the opera singers union found he had kissed groped and pressured women for sex Pam Coulter
Is Trump abusing his power over the judiciary?
"This is news in focus where we offer our insights into the stories that matter before we go any further. I want to address today. Sentencing of a man Roger Stone Roger Stone. He's become the sentencing of Roger Stone. A LONGTIME CONFIDANTE DONALD TRUMP for lying to Congress obstruction and witness tampering was mired in controversy. Over how the. Us Justice Department handled the case under public pressure from the president. Mr Stone received a forty month sentence whereas prosecutors had recommended that he serve up to nine years. This followed seven cases of presidential clemency for White Collar criminals whose convictions included extortion fraud and lying to White House officials. Yes we have commuted. The sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail We have Birdie character we have Mike Milkin. Who's gone around and done an incredible job? Offer is the independence of America's judiciary under threat. Or as Mr Trump simply using the powers a lot to him on the line with me to discuss this is ed loose. Us National Editor and columnist and Cottam Schober US legal and enforcement correspondent. I let's hear a clip from president trump taken. Just a couple of days before stone sentencing. Just so you understand. I chose not to be involved. I'm allowed to be totally involved. I'm actually I guess the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the country but I've chosen not to be involved but he is a man of great integrity. But I would be. I could be involved if I wanted to be man of integrity he is referring to is the US Attorney General William Bar but is this credible given the tweets he published before the sentencing of Roger. Stone got tell us first about the case of Roger Stone which you've covered for the F. T. Who was he exactly? What was his crime? And was the sentence particularly lenient for this kind of case. Roger Stone is a flamboyant veteran political operative in the US. His career goes all the way back to working on Richard Nixon's election campaign and he has basically been the person you call as a Republican presidential candidate. When you want to get your hands dirty. He called himself a dirty trickster and he is an expert in this sort of Makir side politics in the two thousand sixteen election. He was a sort of informal adviser to Donald Trump. And one of the things he was trying to do was make contact with wikileaks. When it became known that wikileaks had a trove of hacked emails from the Democrats to use it for political gain. The thing that he was convicted of is in two thousand seventeen when Congress began investigating. What exactly went on to twenty sixteen election? The House Intelligence Committee called on Mr Stone and asked him about some of the comments he had made during the campaign and Mr Stone lied to. Congress about who is intermediary was or who he was referring to when he was talking about having an intermediary allied when. He said that he didn't have any documents or any written materials or any taxed of his conversations with that intermediary. The sentence he eventually received was actually probably pretty in line with what other sort of white collar criminals convicted of lying to. Congress or the government have received the key issue in his case was he had threatened a longtime friend of his who was also another witness. Basically saying don't contradict my story and those thrashed included threatening his dog for example the key issue at stake was whether he was serious about that and whether therefore has sent should be jacked up significantly because he had made violent threats and eventually the judge took the view that although it was serious that he'd made violent threats. The person that he had threatened didn't actually feel like they were going to experience violence. Ed Tell us a bit more about Mr Stone. And the history of his friendship with the President and whether you think Mr Trump's tweets constituted interference in the judicial process. Yeah as I said. He's a flamboyant dirty tricks. Who GOES WAY BACK TO LATE? Six hundred seventy trump maximum in the late seventies. He was introduced to try but he quickly hit it off. They shed philosophy of you know playing to win that no method is invalid. Never apologize never explain. Stone set up with couple of other people are very well known lobby group in Washington. One of his clients was trump who was seeking tax breaks a casino. He was setting up in Atlantic City. And really they've been great friends since then so the ties between trump and stone go along way that very deep and they're often allegedly nefarious in terms of the League outlook from this. I have no doubt that trump will seek to podcastone fast opportunity. Trump's on the Guy Senate acquittal spring cleaning of his administration ruthlessly seeking out anybody who isn't very very loyal so to get rid of weather that Meghan appointees the civil savage. Anybody perceive does slightly disloyal. Not Enough is being pledged. Loyalty is a hugely important hugely. Important thing to trump and stern has shown loyalty he has not. He is not divulged things that have damaged the president. He's showing toughness. He's been very Trumpian in how he's dealt with. Franchi's accused the judge me by of being a biased judge which she's rejected this very trumpian and I have no doubt that it will culminate in at some point. President trump pardoning Roger Stern question about what trump actually did part of the reason. Roger Stone was so controversial. Was that line prosecutors involved in this case we're uncomfortable with what Mr Trump and the justice department we're doing. Can you explain that to viewers and why it was such a problem so there are four prosecutors who secured Mrs Jones conviction trial so the trial team? They filed their sentencing recommendation which was seven to nine years which there's no bones about it. That's a serious sentence for anybody to serve and then that evening all of a sudden early hours of the morning so after midnight trump tweets calling it a miscarriage of justice. He says this is unacceptable and Lo and behold the very next day the DOJ which is the US Department of Justice DOJ officials. Start saying that they agree that the sense would be unwarranted and adair kind of reverse it. The following day afternoon we see all four the prosecutors quit the case including one of them actually quits his job at the DOJ entirely and subsequently a new sentencing recommendation is put forward. Which says we'RE NOT GONNA ask for a particular sentence but it ought to be far less than seven to nine years. The idea that four prosecutors would quit a case. All at once is astonishing and it was a very serious and important moment and DOJ his trip shook the DOJ. It was a very dramatic moment in Washington and the question then was was doj senior leadership. William bar the. Us Attorney General. Was He reacting to an order from trump or was something else going on now the lion that DOJ has stuck to is that there was a miscommunication between the US Attorney's office in Washington DC and between main justice headquarters also in DC? But they're separate offices. Basically Mr. Barr says he was not expecting to see a seventy nine year recommendation. The new prosecutor brought on sat at the sentencing that the prosecutors who filed a recommendation that you good faith and thought that they had been given approval to do so and so Mr Bar said listen. This is not about trump. This is about. I think that that sentence was appropriate and I was not told about what was going on. The important thing here is whether or not Mr trump explicitly ordered the attorney general chains recommendation. It's still gets to this question about how our friends of the president being treated in their cases now it's pretty common across the US for federal prosecutors to request tough even harsh sentences. That's not unknown. You don't often see the attorney general weighing in to ask for lighter sentences and certainly DOJ policy at the moment is to prosecute people to the fullest extent of the law to secure the longer sentences possible so whether or not Mr Trump's tweets were an express order to Mr Bar that he followed a whether he was acting independently. It still gets to this question about if your friend of the president. How are you going to be treated by this? Doj while we're on the subject of Friends of the president. The other thing that happened last week was a series of presidential pardons for White Collar criminals specifically several that have connections to Mr Trump. I talk about Michael Milkin. What did he do and why does it matter that he was pardoned? Michael Milkin is to people on Wall Street a hero. He effectively invented the junk bond or high yield bond market in the eighties and then he was brought low by prosecutors and the SEC and eventually guilty to securities fraud and nine hundred ninety. He served about twenty two months in prison after being initially sentenced to ten years. Ever since then he's been rebuilding his reputation. He's a philanthropist. Now has the Milken Institute and for a long time people on Wall Street rich and powerful people have felt that he was prosecuted unjustly and deserved a pardon. The other person. Mr Trump pardon rod blagojevich is perhaps less of a popular figure in any area. He was the former Democratic governor of Illinois and was prosecuted for trying to extort a children's Hospital for campaign contributions and also trying to sell the vacated Senate seat of Barack Obama when he became president his case involves some quite lurid wiretap quotes. Where he talked about Mr Obama's Tennessee. Being a very valuable thing with various explosives and that he wasn't going to give it away for nothing. The fact that these pardons came just a day or two before Roger. Stone's sentencing is pretty mistake -able signal of Mr Trump's power to grant clemency. Whatever case that he wants so prosecutors can go after his fans and associates. Jerry can commit crimes. Judge can sentence them to however long they want ultimately. Mr Trump has under the constitution the pardon power and that was a pretty stark exercise of that pardon power on the eve of a close friend of his being sentenced. Ed Do you think we're gonNA see more interventions this spy trump perhaps related to the Mueller probe into Russian interference in the election. People like Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. Who Manafort I think would definitely be a case for another pop and I would be very surprised if Michael Cohen Without Him. Because Michael Cohen Tablet Trump describes a rat in that inimitable. Kind of multi language that the president sometimes uses Michael. Cohen testified to Congress very damagingly against president. Trump's he's considered to be a tax cut. The thing that links you know all these Haden's whether it's Michael Milkin Rod Blagojevich Obama Carrick. Us police commissioner who was the security guard incidentally for Rudy Giuliani. The thing that links all of them is that they're pretty well connected people who've committed white-collar crimes and who have upbeat through Fox News. In some cases that Bregovic wife spoke on Fox News. He carrots by on Fox News to capture the president's attention and I think the pattern is again very trumpian thing. It's it's about. People who trump identifies with he feels as acute. Did he feels. He's fatty toxic at he. Identifies WITH OTHERS. Who fit that description again though. The role of connections and of mutual friends and a Fox as dishing platform for pardon. These are very common. There's a pattern here. How big a cause of concern is all this. I mean it's trump's use of the pardon power markedly different from other presidents will Clinton famously on his last day in office Rich Hedge Fund billionaire and friend of the Clintons Madonna to the Clintons and that caused a lot of bad blood. Clinton was heavily criticised for intervening on behalf of a friend and it stood out and I guess the reason I mentioned that is it. Was Fatty unusual. It's now completely normal. Trump has happened many many people who under the inventions of us? Pardon history wouldn't ready quantify so I think he has changed quite dramatically and just to add on. There's an interesting historical link year. Another controversial use of the pardon power in the past was George H W Bush who infamously pardoned a whole swath of former officials who are indicted in connection to the Iran Contra Scandal and bill bar the current. Us Attorney General was back then also attorney general and so Mr Bar He had pushed not just for one. Pardon of Caspar Weinberger. Who was the former Secretary of defense? He said listen. If you're gonNA pardon any of these people you have to pardon all of them. I think his quote was in for a penny in for a pound and so you may have the curious historical echo if MR trump loses later this year of his attorney general at the end of his time in office being the same attorney general at the end of George W Bush's time in office advising him on. You know who to pardon before he leaves Hamas all this been received in Washington and then around the US do people care. It's been received as many other actions by president trump being received with a high temperature reaction inside the Washington. Beltway and shrug outside the GNOMES that being trashed here in a row very significant look at the powers of the presidency. The procedures the the president uses before he acts and the conventions so that being shredded caused great angst in Washington. Dc across the political divide and almost badly registered a ripple outside of Washington. The same of course applies to impeachment. It really didn't resonate much isn't resonating match in the Democratic primaries. In places like Iowa New Hampshire and so I think this is far far lower. It may be it should be different than ideal while but it registered FAFA LOA on the vote says right of than than even impeachment.
A Mediterranean diet can help to promote healthy ageing in older people
"This study links the Mediterranean diet too a lot of health benefits frankly in older people can cry has been saying this for a long time here in good day health this new study sort of underscores that the Mediterranean diet has some notable health benefits especially as I say again for the elderly healthier aging reduced frailty things like that what happened was this the group of people put the study together watch to the good health of more than six hundred Europeans between sixty nine and seventy nine years of age side is put more than half of them on a special diet was modeled after the Mediterranean diet adept especially for the for the elderly according to the Mayo Clinic the diet mostly consists of whole grains fruits veggies beans nuts herbs in olive oil fish and other seafood eaten weekly red meat not included in the diet really eggs and poultry eaten in moderation researchers say the group that aids the modified Mediterranean diet saw more growth among beneficial bacteria that are associated with better memory and better brain function participants with osteoporosis also saw less bone loss and those with blood pressure issues on proven there as so the Mediterranean diet named by US news and World Report the best diet three years in a row based on health experts input so what's the old expression a word to the wise is sufficient if you're looking to age well and you're like the eat follow the Mediterranean
Al Pacino's Ex-Girlfriend Meital Dohan Says They Split Due to 'Difficult' 36-Year Age Gap
"Al Pacino's ex girlfriend he says he's elderly and he doesn't like to spend money so I mean if he was overly I could put up with that if you spend money well it's hard to be with a man sold even Al Pacino the forty year old actor said of her seventy nine year old ex boyfriend Al Pacino the age gap is difficult yes I tried to deny it but now he's an elderly man and to be honest so even with all my love it didn't last long Alan and she said and plus album like to spend money he only bought me flowers it made a polite that he didn't like to spend money I had a fight with him and left him recently but of course I I really love and appreciate her I was glad to be there for him when he needed me to be part of his legacy it's an honor for me I'm glad this relationship happened between this and I hope we remain good friends but I'm not sticking around like to spend money
Former Justice Dept. Lawyers Press for Barr to Step Down
"Last week the justice department intervened in the sentencing for political operative Roger stone knocking down the seventy nine year sentence prosecutors initially recommended over eleven hundred former justice department workers are calling on AG bar to resign over his handling of the case White House counselor Kelly Ann Conway says president trump never stepped in the president is making the point any tourney channel bill bars backing him up on this that he has not interfered in any criminal case no trouble also claimed on Twitter that he has the legal right to do so as president Conway said presents have involved themselves in crime cases
"seventy nine years" Discussed on KTRH
"Viola your age and so happy to talk to you you're just a terrific person find great detail about the most horrible thing that happened to me in my life when I am seventy nine years old now two years ago it's true the clock in the morning I'm having in like manner and sitting on a couch in a thirty foot python come slithering through the doorway and comes up on the couch beside me raise and I sat in this dream I thought if I just give them an upper cut unlocking backwards so this couch and ran out the door well that's exactly what I did and I stood up on my bed in my sleep three o'clock in the morning and I jumped on my bed to try to get a when I was on a couch out the door well I am very small very agile from age get around real good and I ended up in the middle of my bedroom from the bad and thank you right here morning oh my god the pain was so horrible I worked did you call an ambulance would you do now I'm such a strong positive minded person I couldn't walk in my brother lives with me he was in the backroom he didn't hear me yelling I managed to all up and get out the door that with and I didn't get to the hospital emergency tells six o'clock that evening I always get better I thought well I'll feel better in a few hours or maybe by tomorrow but I didn't so I go to the urgent care they sent me to the hospital I had fractured my hip we really fractured it hurts yes that this story is I was in the hospital and he asked me how it happened I was embarrassed to really it's kind of funny now because I'm not really phobic about snakes into it but don't bother me at all you know my my teenagers race times and Lois and in the house and it didn't bother me is fine as a captain caged up but I was so embarrassed I own my goodness these people hearing an little five Q. at the time and was probably a hundred and ten pounds they probably think I was drunk has not arisen does the job on what happened but I did a Regis greater I walked into the surgeon's office on a Walker walking pretty good he said all my goodness you're seventy seven years old I never see people do this well you know and five or so days after hip surgery and I should watch this may turn loose of that rocker in he stooped all the way down without holding on and stood back up and how do you feel now bile great I August I almost died I had two more prior to my intestines and part of my stomach.
"seventy nine years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Are suspicions about the death of financier and convicted pedophile oil Jeffrey up steam found dead in his jail cell yesterday morning in Manhattan gene was being held on charges of sex trafficking the FBI is investigating and now the head of Victoria's secret is talking about his financial relationship with Jeffrey up steam all math Piper the mobile behind a Tory secret and bath and body works just before at Steve's death accused him of misappropriating nearly fifty million dollars eighty one year old Leslie Wexner disclose the misappropriation of funds for the first time on Wednesday in a letter to with family foundation obscene that is Wexler's finances for years though the beauty billionaire says he only notice the funds are missing in two thousand seven when he cut ties with obscene when allegations in Florida came to light Wexler said he now regrets their relationship match Piper CBS news some potentially dangerous disease has returned to Massachusetts WBZ's Doug cope reports triple he is back the state department of public health says a human case of eastern equine encephalitis has been confirmed in Massachusetts the first of the state in six years officials say lab testing confirm the Tripoli virus infection and a man older than sixty from southern Plymouth county as a result state health officials have raised the Tripoli risk level to critical IT nine southeastern Massachusetts communities those are carver lake filled Merion Middleboro Rochester and where Hammond Plymouth county also Acushnet Freetown in new Bedford in Bristol county aerial spraying against mosquitoes that carry Tripoli is already begun in several towns and is expected to continue through the weekend Doug cope WBZ Boston's newsradio seventy nine year old man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of his seventy four year old wife late Friday night in Derry New Hampshire WBZ TV's Paul Burton report police say a seventy four year old Ellen monsters was found shot to death in her own home now Derry New Hampshire police have arrested her husband seventy nine year old Robert monsters who call police from there one fifty one route twenty eight by past home shortly after midnight officers responded to the scene when they got there they found his wife Ellen months just to sees are from what was apparent gunshot wounds next door neighbor cure skin coat says the couple was pleasant but not very sociable Dinh themselves never really like bothered anybody month stints is being held here at the very police department he'll be arraigned on Monday morning and rocking him Superior Court and Derry New Hampshire pobre WBZ news it's a lottery time not that lottery it's the lottery for low number license plates in Massachusetts entries are being accepted online until August twenty third mailed entries must be postmarked by that date.
"seventy nine years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Our highland Sacramento good morning the time is now five AM good morning Hong Kong faced another weekend of protests dozens of people were injured when a mob appeared to attack demonstrators how does this political crisis and its morning edition from NPR news Britain's ruling party is expected to choose Boris Johnson is the next prime minister this week I'm Steve Inskeep that I'm Rachel Martin will Johnson's outsized personality make it more or less likely that he can leave his country through correct newly released documents show that drug company executives and understood the danger of opioids and sold them anyway and German women who say they are trapped under a glass ceiling in the workplace it's Monday July twenty second the birthday of jeopardy host Alex Trebek he turns seventy nine years old this is next my from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman Arron says it has arrested seventeen of its own citizens on charges of spying for the United States adding that some of them will be executed and peers Greg my re notes this comes at a moment of already high tension between the US and Iran Iranian intelligence official announced the arrest of the suspected spies at a press conference in the capital Tehran he claimed the accused were attempting to steal military and nuclear secrets and that the CIA had offered the money and prospects of immigration to the United States the Iranian official said some would be put to death but didn't say how many or when that might happen the CIA did not immediately respond to requests for comment this development comes as the US and Iran are involved in a tense standoff the US has pulled out of a nuclear agreement with Iran and has imposed tough sanctions against Iran's oil exports Greg my re NPR news Washington tens of thousands of people are expected to protest today in port Rico demanding the resignation of governor Ricardo sale many are angry over text messages that surfaced recently among the governor and his close circle that we're demeaning of women and the disabled and mocked hurricane survivors the governor's administration has been accused of corruption pro se announced on Sunday that he would not seek reelection next year but some protesters say that's not enough ending the war in Afghanistan will be high on the agenda today when Pakistan's prime minister visits the White House for talks with president trump and peers DHEA her deed has more the meeting has come a few months after prime minister Imran Khan responded to a request by president trump to nudge Taliban leaders into negotiating with the US Washington hopes to strike a deal with the insurgent group which would allow most of its American forces to leave Afghanistan those negotiations are now in full swing and Pakistan is seen as key to those efforts NPR's DHEA hoodie reporting cons visit comes less than a week after Pakistan announced the arrest of the suspected mastermind of the two thousand eight assault in Mumbai India the body of justice John Paul Stevens will lie in repose at the great hall at the U. S. Supreme Court today Stevens died last week at the age of ninety nine after suffering a stroke NPR's Nina Totenberg has more the casket bearing his body will be carried up the steps at the High Court with former clerk serving as honorary pallbearers following a private ceremony the court will be open to the public for paying last respects from ten thirty in the morning until eight in the evening Stevens was a modest unpretentious band and his funeral arrangements are in keeping with that on Tuesday there will be a private funeral service and interment at Arlington National Cemetery for the Stevens family and court members Nina Totenberg N. P. R. news Washington.
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"seventy nine years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is KTAR news ninety two three FM. Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. We are getting to be an older society that is working longer working harder. And there's a lot of things that we could be looking at the do better than one of them is looking out for the elderly because they are a target of a lot of things particularly financial abuse. Joining us now hall of fame quarterback TV star successful businessman. Fran tarkenton joins us to talk about this. And you know, what's interesting. My grandmother was a target for elderly abuse financially, some of which was her own because she didn't really understand what was going on in her mind. But it is it is a dangerous thing. And so much of it goes under reported or not reported at all. And and we need to figure out how we can stop these things from happening while jed, thank you. And you're exactly right. I am a senior. I'm seventy nine years old. As of last Sunday. I've got my fastball out there in about two years ago. I started hearing more and more about financial abuse of seniors I owed about you know, the the your your. Credit credit scores. They're they're compromise. Your Bank accounts, there compromise with Wells Fargo, and you got the robo people to call the seniors and so forth, and and and try to scare me to death. And and the reason they do this because people that are in the business of trying to do bad things are doable with people who have money seniors have more money than anybody else. But those people are certainly a problem, but the worst problem or relatives caregivers. Yes. Senior. And and and and they think they're entitled to the money and the book is about that. It shows your ten ways to be able to recognize it and stop it. And with that I've failed. I've got I've had calls. I bet. Tim calls this morning from people top top-ranked lawyers who run cases in New York City in Washington DC. You're really ordered. This is a problem this epidemic. And we've got some technology. We got some this is the density theft. If you will that's just as big as a devotee set for seniors targeted there and the four saying that family members, you better, you know, it's happening to you today. Yeah. Able to recognize it and you and so that's why the books there. We're gonna follow the book, we give this another novel. It's it takes you down fifty minutes to read, but he gives you a framework of what you can do no to stop this abuse. And then we're gonna follow that on with with with with partners that we've come out of the woodwork. That has a pretty interesting solutions that that can get help us further this show. Talking to Fran tarkenton the books called safe and secure ten essential steps for seniors to protect against financial abuse. And you talk about relatives. And a, and that's a touchy thing because as you all know. And I'm sure everybody listening at some point in time somebody passes away. There's a lot of stuff people start fighting over things. But even before that people start jockeying for position, and you should always have somebody who's an advocate if you're the hospital. You should always have a patient advocate somebody who advocates on your behalf of things, but it's tough to know who's really doing it for the right reasons because a lot of times they're looking at the nest egg and not the person involved. Well, that's why most of the people will do isolate the senior and getting control of this stuff. You gotta as a family member. You've got to fight that you cannot let isolation happen. And you gotta you gotta put a little virtual wall around that senior. It's a it's a financial person who's a friend of the family, a lawyer of a family, a, relative, that's balanced. These people could be checks and balances to each other. So that you don't have one person isolating the senior. And we talk about that in the book how to do that. And it's doable. But the first thing it what this book is doing this recognizing that it's not happening. So the person across the street across the world is happening to everyone of you. Listen to me today, everyone to my life, and and so. Now, we gotta get awareness. We come up with things you can do to stop that or slow down right now. And now, we're working with a lot of institutions to be able to get a better wall for our seniors and for family members who really want to the the situation, and so it it's it's it's really cause identity theft has been on the minds of people. We got we got a lot of people doing some really good things to identify and solve it. Well, we'll that track del for seniors. And absolutely before it. Well, here I am. I I've never really focused on the financial abuse of seniors. I and yet I have experienced it over the last twenty to thirty years of my life. And a lot of times they seniors. Don't know. It's not just the like you said, it's not just the person calling up saying, hey, your grandchild's in jail, we need money. Trying to take advantage of it is people that are closed because they know what you have potentially. And those are the ones just like in an abusive relationship where they slowly. But surely gets you isolated away from everybody else. Make you the focus of their world as their protector all the while they're siphoning everything they can from from from that individual. Which is so scary, or they they see the person who has money, and and and so they they say, well, my sister brother, they're getting more this money, and I'm a sister. And I want to get access to this money and the stories they tell. And you believe him, you know, how how I know that it's happened to me the last year. It happened to me in the last year. And it happens with children who are married and have kids, and they wanna grab what you've got away from the other children, and they will lie is sneak and and try to try to get that money away from you. You know, what is we're talking to France Harkin. Do we're talking about the the new book out that safe insecure ten essential steps for seniors to protect against financial abuse. And it's not always even sometimes the financial abuse is even seniors against themselves who are making decisions because they're maybe not with it. And understanding they're not completely lost. If you will. But they also need to be breezy protected for themselves simplify stuff, so they don't get themselves in trouble. Even if there isn't anybody out doing anything nefarious to them that wall needs to be put into effect before they get diminished before they get it should start at a younger age, and then and and and and and be able to address it. But once if they're in that situation of dementia, Alzheimer's and so forth. That's another challenge. But somebody in that family has got to go in and say we've got to do the right thing for all the family members. And for the senior Ed for a mother and father and for grandmother grandfather. And and and. Find some of the good people to go. And do we show you what you can do it? If you follow these these steps it executed. They're not hard. It will stop this abuse. Absolutely. Talking to France Hopkinton hall of Famer I'd be remiss if I didn't ask you what you think of the Super Bowl this past weekend for a lot of people that was a dud, but you know, as a person who played the game for so long hall of Famer yourself you look at that. And you think yourself man was that just a great defense rather than offense? It was a boring game. I said the box of Roger Goodell, and I sat next to Billy Payne who's the guy who brought the Olympics to Atlanta Georgia, which is unbelievable that he was president with Augusta National football player Georgia and after after the first quarter after the second. This is the most boring game I've ever seen. It was a boring game. And they didn't have as good of of televisions coverages. They thought they'd have a hundred and twenty billion me and watch. But the NFL's is going to go broke because the game. It was the lowest scoring game in the history of the Super Bowl fifty three Super Bowls. And this is the time when we've done everything we can to make it hard for the defense and during the course of the season which scored more points than I think in any year we've ever had we had a game that was a fifty three fifty game. Does a college game at fellow touchdown touchdown in the game. Yeah. Crazy. Wants it. So I don't know. It's just the last five weeks of the season. Even with all the rules. You cannot hit the quarterback. You you head to head. You know that you can't handle the receiver after five and all this stuff. They've they've they brought in to get more scoring and more actually, which is what we want it real reverted. And it's shocking to me that it was the lowest scoring game in fifty three games. That's crazy. That's crazy. You see the rules today nowadays. And obviously they're putting it in for free effort. You know, the fact is they've got a lot of issues here with a lot of their got famous hall of fame players like junior say on many others who are who are committing suicide because of this would you look at the game today, and you look back at when you played do you, obviously you're seventy nine you're going strong. But I'm sure you've got players you've played with where you think to yourself what what has happened. No, they've they they the players that played in my generation after generation, they're they're they're they're also financial victims because most people finish their even this generation. And they lose the money. I five years they're out of other out of football of income coming in and so forth. Now, I look for more safety measures. Right. And and and I think the targeting thing is is spot on we need to do that. But the things they've done to make the game more wide open as you cannot hit a receiver after five yards. And that's a big. Change for the game. It's good that we don't let people go and and it hit the quarterback hard or late or at the time. He saw that's all good. And I I look at that. But I think that that we've got to be a little more diligent in also the the use of performance enhancing drugs to make these these players bigger than life. I mean, it's amazing the size of these players in the speed that by itself causes more collisions and yet we're not addressing that situation at all. And so there's a lot of improvement. We could do it's a great game people won't scoring. I think we should still bake that I just that. And and and and not give they give the. The office a little more leeway than the defense because people won't storing. But boy we were voted back to. Three yards and a cloud of dust on this Super Bowl Sunday. Yes, we did. And talking to France tarkenton last question. Appreciate you coming on people..
"seventy nine years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"There there's a. Good. Picture over. So she's I, mean? She's not like obese but she's bigger yeah all right so. Seventy nine right she's seventy nine so that so it was. A, funny answer it was good that she's having a little fun with it And everything like that she did, go on to say, and this is also you talk about. You know maybe she went on treadmill she said I was on a boat trip for two and a half. Weeks aka, accrues yeah the seventy nine year old golfer was just on a cruise these this stereotype, continues but I'm loving every second of it so she said she. Was on a boat trip. Didn't really have time, to do much on, a boat trip. Got. Back went. To see her, trainer? Physical therapist or went to her coach when his see someone. And she had a kind of a problem with her hip These jokes are Ryan. Themselves Jan, problem with her hip and she wasn't able to work so shooting even really do that, much to even get limber for the the golf tournament so So, the question is, how did a seventy nine year old woman. Who, hadn't walked a. Golf course in fourteen years whose preparation for a major golf tournament is going on a cruise who by the way burns a heater before teeing off every round Yep she's a. Smoker Do you. See. That picture too Ios If you Google her and expand the search, results you will see big mama with a cigarette intermodal. Now I don't condone. Smoking it is terrible for. You But. There it is right there You know who she looks like if, Marge Schott and was less racist That. Would be her or John it would I what I can only. Imagine John Daly's mother. Looks something like as, well speaking of John Daly so ever is amazing so round on Thursday She has a cigarette in her mouth she tosses the cigarette and tees off ends up walking all eighteen holes any and. This is the most amazing part of all she nails a birdie. On eighteen to shoot. One under seventy nine She shot her age folks go ahead try and figure out a nother time where someone will ever shoot their age Never. Because once you get once you get. Into your, seventies you're shooting like one hundred because you can't hit the ball that far So she walks all, eighteen holes nails a birdie on eighteen to shoot one hundred seventy nine Then. After the round she says somebody acid her, how, happy she. Was with around she said no I just. Hit some atrocious shots like golf golf wanna one she was upset at seventy nine years old Ace I don't want to say chain smoking because I. Don't but if you're smoking on the golf, course I feel like You smoke a lot. Of other places it's not like I only smoke when I drink or smoke when I golf like appreciate has more so let you say a chain smoking seventy nine year old. That hasn't walked a golf course since. Two thousand and four shoots one under four around and. Is angry about it she thought she should, have done better This is. This is why sports is so great Because none of us even cared, one iota. About the US senior women's open women Senior Open I don't even know the correct Order. In which the words go but when I saw this story and thank you deadspin thank you because I, would have never known and you know what the funny thing is since I was out here at the men's senior golf tournament, I have. Now been like automatically added to The Email. Chain for any of the audio that is posted from the US Senior Open the women's and I've been, getting emails all last week in last weekend From. You know Juli Inkster and Laura Davies in all these golfers And I, just been sent. Him directly to the trash can don't need. It don't, want it and. Then I see the story on deadspin I'm like oh my God I wonder if I ever in those two clips you heard. Were from the audio that I got sent straight from the. Tournament I, wish I would have been on it the whole time and yes I have, reached out, to try and get big mom on this show Because..
"seventy nine years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Senior women's open martha you're next to shoot what i can't hear ya why got an magori give me a live update gale gale getting a cork we need you to putt sweetheart what do you mean i have no heart you know just everything off you know a lot of pinching cheats and leaving lipstick all over your collar i'm sure that's going on at the senior women's golf tour but joanne carter who feds yourself by hero and women's golf at seventy nine years old steps up on this course she was asked before she golfed if she had hit the gym to prepare yeah she's thinking zoom by every week getting ready what her quote in response to reporters do i look like i hit the gym no she's hitting maury episodes rich from cigarettes still smoking inside at petting a dog that's been stuffed in dead for twenty years that's what big mama's doing so corner seventy nine years gets ready to tee off and again you could see the picture this woman at barrage cbs on click that link on the tweet i just sat down she gets ready to tee off this weekend at the senior women's open and right before she teas off she takes a long deep drag of her cigarette so kind of like the kicker in the movie the replacements lineup to kick a field goal just getting one last puff out we have a world where you can't smoke inside anymore thankfully cigarettes kinda getting weaned out everybody's vaping now but there's big bottle with the old virginia slims take drags like nobody's business before she teas off to play a senior women's open i can only mentioned the fans look like at that that's one of those events you go to also if you can't afford like the two hundred dollars a question what shinnecock at the us open well the senior women's stores coming through talented but that's like oh seven bucks to get in and it's all you can drink sure so over the next oh okay so she smokes a cigarette and this is this is where happy gilmore comes into play you could see this being like all right happy gilmore his grandmother ends up realizing she's a great golfer and that's winds up being big martha here at takes that cigarette trag hasn't hit the gym in years she drives the ball two hundred twenty five yards two twenty five you want a piece a me i want a piece you i want the whole thing now your train of thought here if you're a golf fan and you know golf well and you know driving a ball well that's impressive at seventy nine years old woman braille i mean could knock over break a hip at any moment she's driving the ball two hundred twenty five yards now if you're not a golf fan you can't pretend respective we're talking about two two and a quarter football fields quarter football fields i go to the driving range i have to go to the top of the range just to make by drives look like they get in the air and they're not pure ground balls and i got big mama smoking a pack before the third hole driver to both two hundred twenty five yards out work it out every day and i feel like my stomach ripped my other stomach apart and i got fifteen chins big babo as smoked a pack a day every day for life hasn't picked up a golf club and fourteen years and smacks of ball to hundred twenty five yards that right there might be the most impressive feat in the sports world in the last decade that to me is more impressive than david tyree pinning apolo gets this helmet the tonio homes tapping both his feet down that's more than any anybody on steroids hitting eighty home runs no big bubba it's seventy nine two hundred twenty five yards that's the press but how about this it gets better is by the way was at the chicago golf club i again i wonder what the crowd was she ends up shooting a one under on the back nine at the chicago golf club okay she finishes a six over seventy nine why is that significance golf golf course she shot her age at seventy nine shot her each james of care how unfit or how athletic you may think you are ben stock the shelves at shoprite you probably get swing a golf club me told you i'm not that good ain't no chance we've.
"seventy nine years" Discussed on AP News
"Some rockers are stepping up for a benefit concert in annapolis maryland ap's mike kevin reports it will honor the capital gazette employees killed in last month's attack their newsroom annapolis mirror kevin buckley says july twenty eighth concert will feature marylandbased rockers good charlotte and include performances and guest speakers from the journalism community it will take place on a stage that will have the maryland state house in the background proceeds will go toward a fund established for the victims and survivors as well as journalism scholarships good charlotte includes twin brothers joel and benji madden who say they feel deeply connected to annapolis i'm mike hampton fans of indiana jones looking forward to the release of the fifth film in the series are going to have to wait a little longer originally set for release in the summer of two thousand nineteen the walt disney company says it will now come out in july twenty twenty one script issues are reportedly behind the delay steven spielberg is set to direct with harrison ford back for more is in the be seventy nine years old when the movie premieres the crack of a stick of paint whimper in the darkness was all it took missoula county sheriff's deputy roth jessica was about to take another step when he looked down to find a cold wet soiled five month old boy base down under a pile of debris miracle feet will go through you know lows in their careers especially being prepared myself mentally on a daily if at all and seeing and hearing now the overcame you so much joy the baby had been abandoned for at least nine hours before he was found about two thirty sunday morning the rescue was recounted moments before francis crowley appeared in court he's facing charges that include assault on a minor criminal endangerment crowley told police he left the boy the woods after crashing his car because the baby was heavy crowley was disoriented likely because of drug use and unable to help officers find the baby or say how long ago the crash happened and the story kept changing one time the baby was lying on the side of the road another had died and was buried in the woods crowley didn't enter a plea at the hearing and bill was set at two hundred thousand dollars hi i'm making crane ap digital manager.
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"The trade war grows i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute american consumers could start feeling the pinch of the escalating trade war between the us and china thousand more imports macy higher tariffs including toilet paper and back him cleaners president trump in brussels with other nato leaders is pushing allies to pay more for security he's also blasted germany forgetting to close to russia democratic senator richard blumenthal disapproves what donald trump is doing is flat mirror putin's cream to divide our allies in new york a father from honduras has been reunited with his four year old son and says through a translator he never thought the us would separate them the worst days of my life love me not messianic myths during today's additional reunifications are being worked gum wrapper cardi b now a mom with the baby girl i'm jacky quin some rockers are stepping up for a benefit concert in minneapolis maryland ap's my kevin reports it'll honor the capital gazette employees killed in last month's attack and their newsroom annapolis mirror cabin buckley says the july twenty eighth concert will feature marylandbased rockers good charlotte and one clued performances and guest speakers from the journalism community it will take place on a stage that will have the maryland state house in the background proceeds will go toward a fund established for the victims and survivors as well as journalism scholarships good charlotte includes twin brothers joel and benji madden who say they feel deeply connected to annapolis fans of indiana jones looking forward to the release of the fifth film in the series are going to have to wait a little longer originally for released in the summer of two thousand nineteen the walt disney company says it will now come out in july of twenty twenty one script issues are reportedly behind the delay steven spielberg is the direct with harrison ford back for more is in the be seventy nine years old with a movie premieres the crack of a stake in a faint whimper in the darkness was all it took missoula county sheriff's deputy roth jessica was about to take another step when he looked down to find a cold wet soiled five month old boy base down under a pile of debris miracle we'll go through you know lows in their careers special being prepared myself mentally it's all and seeing and hearing about the overcame you so much joy to baby had been abandoned for at least nine hours before he was found about two thirty sunday morning the rescue was recounted moments before francis crowley appeared in court he's facing charges that include assault on a minor in criminal endangerment crowley told police he left the boy the woods after crashing his car because the baby was heavy crowley was disoriented likely because of drug use and unable to help officers find the baby or say how long ago the crash happened and the story kept changing one time the baby was lying on the side of the road another it had died and was buried in the woods crowley didn't enter a plea at the hearing and bail was.
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"Saying the artist exemplifies the spirit of woody guthrie i'm jacky quin fans of indiana jones looking forward to the release of the fifth film in the series are going to have to wait a little longer originally steph released in the summer of two thousand nineteen the walt disney company says it will now come out in july of twenty twenty one script issues are reportedly behind the delay steven spielberg is to direct with harrison ford back for more is in the fourteen seventy nine years old when the movie premieres sarah palin says she was duped by british comedian sasha baron cohen during an interview ap correspondent juliet walker says it was for his upcoming showtime series in a facebook post the former republican vice presidential candidate road she and one of her daughter's traveled across the country for what sarah palin thought was a legitimate interview but she says sasha baron cohen had heavily disguised himself as a disabled us veteran in a wheelchair palin says she sat through what she called a long interview full of hollywood 'isms disrespect and sarcasm before she walked out she's challenging the comedian end showtime to donate proceeds from the show to a veteran's charity i'm julie walker the crack of a stake in a faint whimpering the darkness was all it took missoula county sheriff's deputy roth jessica was about to take another step when he looked down to find a cold wet soiled five month old boy based down under a pile of debris was miracle go through you know lows especially being prepared myself mentally all and seeing and hearing the overcame so much joy to baby had been abandoned for at least nine hours before he was found about two thirty sunday morning the rescue was recounted moments before francis crowley appeared in court he's facing charges that include assault on a minor in criminal endangerment crowley told police he left the boy the woods after crashing his car because the baby was heavy crowley was disoriented likely because of drug use and unable to help officers find the baby or say how long ago the crash happened and his story kept changing one time the baby was lying on the side of the road another it had died and was buried in the woods crowley didn't enter a plea at the hearing and.
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"Fans of indiana jones looking forward to the release of the fifth film in the series are going to have to wait a little longer originally set for release in the summer of twenty nineteen the walt disney company says it will now come out in july of twenty twenty one script issues reportedly behind the delay steven spielberg is set to direct with harrison ford back for more is in the photo be seventy nine years old with the movie premieres sarah palin says she was duped by british comedian sasha baron cohen during an interview ap correspondent juliet walker says it was for his upcoming showtime series in a facebook post the former republican vice presidential candidate roach she and one of her daughter's traveled across the country for what sarah palin thought was a legitimate interview but she says sasha baron cohen had heavily disguised himself as a disabled us veteran in a wheelchair palin says she sat through what she called a long interview full of hollywood 'isms disrespect and sarcasm before she walked out she's challenging the comedian end showtime to donate proceeds from the show to a veteran's charity i'm julie walker businesses advertised fewer jobs in may than the previous month but the number of open positions was more than the number of people unemployed for only the second time in the past two decades there were six point six four million available jobs in may and six million unemployed people the labor department also says the proportion of workers who quit their jobs and may reach the highest level since april two thousand one when people quit their jobs it's seen as a positive sign they're confident they can find another one most people who quit do so for higher paying positions the figures reflect a strong job market driven by optimistic employers seeking to expand their workforce's hi i'm megan crane ap digital.
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"Republicans have momentum but just like the democrats lost momentum from december two thousand seventeen to coming up on fourth of july weekend two thousand eighteen the momentum can easily be lost go the other way towards november of two thousand and eighteen so i'd like to hear from you the listeners to the savage nation your thoughts on the unexpected retirement of justice kennedy what do you think this means for the court what you think it means for the country as a whole as our laws as we move forward and how our laws are going to be shaped by what i'm gonna call right now i'll be the first one to say the trump court we have ruth bader ginsburg we wish her a long life happy and healthy but she is eighty five years old so will she be retiring in you know in the coming years before twenty twenty will she hold on hoping that donald trump is then not reelected justice steven brier seventy nine years old now i know you know eighty is the new sixty five but still these these are high numbers and i mentioned justice kennedy eighty one but he's already shorttimer he's going to be going july thirty first i so there is a chance that we hope it comes from retirement not from sickness that donald trump could put three possibly four people on the supreme court if he serves two terms he can possibly put three on there just by twenty twenty if he serves two terms it could possibly be as high as four barring any health health concerns that don't come into play or death i mean look at look at justice scalia i mean he was in his prime what was he sixty something years old and he dies of a heart attack so you just never know but right now it stands as four and four you can't count justice kennedy anymore because he is retiring so there's four conservatives there are four liberals and it will most definitely be a conservative but a conservative who can be trusted not like justice souder remember george h w bush for justice sooner on the bench and cheese you would think this guy was putting their oh by bill clinton or franklin roosevelt or somebody who voted with the liberals more times than not and not to get too ronca sean you folks out there but justice kennedy is the mentor of justice gorsuch i was just going over some old speeches on youtube isn't youtube wonderful a and i was listening to the the gorsuch nomination speech at the white house after president trump nominated him and introduced him and then in the rose garden when he was then sworn in by justice kennedy and then gave his speech thanked a lot of people but thanked his mentor justice kennedy so truly an amazing day news whites to truly are shock on how this goes i want the wall i have everybody's ear here and there are not many more years out the most ears listening in radio come here to the savage nation many people might not think it is a big deal the changing of seats for the supreme court but it is huge it affects you more than you know more than you think about the laws of the land are shaped by this we still have obamacare because of justice roberts calling it a tax instead of a penalty and it's it's costing us a lot of money because of that decision twice now so that the jet the supreme court affects us we might not think about it every day we might look at these people's of characters of the swamp of washington dc one wanted the legislative branch the excuse me the judicial branch of government but mark my words right this on your refrigerator the changing of the guard the changing of the justices at the supreme court are the reason it is important to vote probably one of the most important reasons that you need to get out and vote gay people die in other countries wanting to vote people have died in this country for our right to continue to vote and think if hillary clinton had been the president god forbid think about would we be talking about today would be on the short list of people going in there it would be leftist extremist activists justices going in there but now with president trump in their thanks to you the savage listeners and all of the.
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"You know he was you know he was railroaded was wrong for the convicted you know completely mental that i want to make sure this guy guinea bring into the office on though because you know you like died in june four six any you that black people right mind burden guy that'd be great and then able to know on this that granted by the way they made me want to jail but you slept with let away ladies is that is not good play with my base moving to with somebody else does miss dina bud raggi tag go let's take a look at who was born on this day april twenty third a lot of stars born today lee majors the six million dollar man is seventy nine years old today actress blair brown seventyone joyce to wit janet from three's company is sixty nine actor james russo celebrates his sixty fifth birthday michael moore director of many documentaries sixty four years old today actress judy davis is sixty three valerie bertinelli is fifty eight george lopez comedian he's fifty seven years old john sina wrestler turned actor we talked a lot about him lately with his prenup when his girlfriend was just gonna move in with him seventy five pages forty one years old today comedian and actor john oliver is also forty one cow pen from house and harold and kumar of course is forty one as well dev patel from slumdog a melon our twenty eight years old.
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"Be those america can own platinum road that's a man's the sky it's a big gift said let's hope we do at howard boom his perspectives and enjoyed the new year by the way howard we'll be talking to you shortly american lives assured or on the average than those in other wealthy nations and the gap is growing even wider according to the latest data released by the centers for disease control intervention by two thousand fifteen the gap had flipped the average american born that year could expect to live a less than seventy nine years other countries 81 hm ah taxes boy his dad after a tree house she was plane en collapsed on top of him on christmas very sad story there the market's anticipation of strong sales from the new iphones drove apple scheers much higher this year but now one wall street firm says the optimism for big upside is not warranted at all and iphone owners aren't happy with apple they're letting the company know with lawsuits five iphone users have filed a lawsuit in new york and they are seeking classaction status over apple intentionally slowing down their phones as the devices batteries aged all let's check in with lauren weinstein on the expert on the internet lauren first of all apples our iphone sales apple lacks slowing down yeah why would you and everyone a happy new year thank you sir harding are here um the yeah the uh uh this kind of an interesting with going on apple hasn't released their their sales targets at this point so this is being determined through secondary sources um they're looking at people are looking at the uh shipments of iphones from the supply supply sources in china and they're looking at reduced orders that apple has apparently been making for iphone parts from their supply chain vendors also largely in china as it happens of course as we as we all know so so there's a uh you know there's there's a concern here that what may have happened this and we talked about this and and what won the iphone town or the some with like to say the four x with officially released and what really big new and.
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"Of the year award maxine waters seventy nine years old is the future the face of the democratic party cell pathetic this party really has gotten and she was given now i don't fully understand this title it sounds ridiculous but then again we're dealing with glamour magazine woman of the year lifetime achievement award it seems like two awards but it's mostly just an award they created so that they could get maxine waters to shop an honor maxine waters she can't be a woman of the year because in the last year she didn't do anything and it can't just via lifetime achievement because over the lifetime of her she has really done anything i guess it's an accomplishment to be a lifelong public servant and somehow get incredibly wealthy scott millions and millions of dollars but we're not allowed to ask that question is how she got that my i remember tucker carlson asked a how she managed to afford her somewhere in the neighborhood a fourmilliondollar home in that incredibly wealthy uh area adjacent to her district that she represents full the poor people and maxine waters responded that dough a black woman can't have a nice house typical of fox of course when you have no answer answer racism because well that used to at least and the questions but the matching waters is a hero of the left given many many speeches many many television appearances at fewer though a coherent sentences she's yet to string together one of those really any meaningful way but i digress and she's known for gone and timeline china impeach floatie fine impeach phony fast forty five c many of the more radical corrupt wing leftists it won't say president trump they don't like saying donald trump they really hate thing president trump so they just say 45 this 45 impeach 45 these 45th president of the united states so last night at the glamour awards which realistically if as a society the most glamorous thing we could come up with a four glamour magazine to honor is a seventy nine year old lifelong politician we really need to look at ourselves in the mirror and perhaps disband as a country we need to disband as a country i love it the other speeches of the.
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"What won't be your went through we may never know what led to won't beer falling into a coma his parents declined to have an autopsy performed i'm steve cast invalid jurors says after fifty two hours of deliberations to holdouts and bill cosby sexual assault trial outs philadelphia refused to convict the seventy nine year old comedian juror says the jury couldn't reach a consensus after voting tend to to to convict on the first and third counts and eleven to one to acquit on the second count not only at fronts wmal news at vital to good morning bill thompson several thousand showed up last night in rested for a vigil to honor the 17yearold muslim girl murdered last weekend police still say they believe that number hospitals death was not a hate crime but perhaps a road rage incident but the murder has shaken the northern virginia muslim community meanwhile police are looking into another troubling possibility in her death fairfax county police say it's possible that prior to her dad's 17yearold number hossin and was sexually assaulted her face any police chief had when rossler telling the associated press in an interview that police are waiting for forensic test results to come back but he says the possibility of a sexual assault as quote something of concern to us funeral services for hostages were held yesterday twenty two year old darwin martinez torres has been charged with her murder ice as large to detain or i'm him maria the fund wmal and wmal dot com the man accused of bringing a are fifteen and ninety rounds of ammo to the trump hotel downtown last month is expected back in court today as authorities try to figure out if he's competent to stand trial brian bowls violated the initial terms of his release by coming back to the dc area because they wanted simply overrule the i don't want to be told what to do and that again may be a symptom of a mental problem says legal analyst joe dejan of a team of psychologists has been evaluating into to see if he's able to understand is charges and participate in his own defense and if they can't to either one of those then they are not competent to stand trial and the crowd was postponed holes was reportedly having marital employment problems but the jennifer says that alone likely isn't enough to find him not competent steve burns on w mail in wmal dot com a divided prince william county.
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"This is still on the actor bill cosby could charm jurors at his sexual assault trial if he testifies this week but experts say the risk would be considerable accuser andrea constand has told her side of the story the jury also heard cosby's version in the form of his police statement and his lurid deposition in her two thousand five lawsuit but will they hear from the seventy nine year old actor himself when the defense starts later today cosby spokesman says may be but his lawyers are remaining quiet he could be a fantastic witness he's an actor and he's a very good actor he could be a fantastic witness an actor and he's a very good actor said law professor wes oliver but he's potentially opening the door to a whole lot of crossexamination that they fought really hard to keep out prosecutors wanted thirteen other accusers too a testify at the trial but the judge allowed just one an assistant to his agent at the william morris agency that meant the prosecution rested its case on friday just five days after the trial began if cosby testifies and denies drugging and molesting constand or anyone else the judge dj might allow more accusers to testify as rebuttal witnesses it would be very bad for him for the jury to even begin thinking about the other women oliver said the defense's main goal this past week has been to attack the credibility of constand and the william morris assistant kelly johnson johnson had corroborating evidence in the form of her nineteen ninetysix workers compensation claims a lawyer on the case recalled her startling account of being drugged and sexually assaulted by cosby but his notes revealed a glaring discrepancy in the count he said the encounter occurred in nineteen ninety while johnson insists it was in nineteen ninety six the year that she left her job the defense had more trouble trying to discredit constand they hammered home the point that she doesn't know just when it happened and they questioned why she had regular phone contact with cosby later that spring constand said that she had to return phone calls from the temple university trusty because he was an important booster and she worked for the women's basketball team she filed a police complaint in january.