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UN Chief: 'Hell on Earth' for Children of Gaza

UN News

01:22 min | 7 months ago

UN Chief: 'Hell on Earth' for Children of Gaza

"If there is a hell on earth. It is the lives of children in gaza. Un secretary general. Tony guitarist said on thursday in an impassioned appeal for an end to ongoing violence in the occupied palestinian territory and in israel in his address to the un general assembly. Mister gutierrez repeated his appeal for a revitalized peace process describing it. As the only route to adjust and lasting solution the un chief's comments came amid increasing international calls for a ceasefire after more than ten days of air strikes by israeli defense forces on gaza and targets and rocket fire into israel by armed groups including hamas based in the end clave misty guitarist noted that he and other senior united nations officials were pushing for an end to hostilities by all parties to the conflict through extensive diplomatic efforts within the region including egypt jordan and qatar and key partners in the international community. I call on all members of the international community to do everything in their power to enable the parties to conflict to step back from the brink. He said latest data indicates that the clashes which are the may serious since two thousand fourteen have claimed the lives of two hundred and nineteen palestinians including sixty four children and thirty six women and injured thousands more. There have also been at least twelve fatalities in israel including two children and hundreds of injuries from rockets fired by hamas and other militant groups which mister gutierrez also condemned

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"six women" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"six women" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Three of the six woman killed include Ashley Paris. From Kennesaw, Tina Rise from Atlanta and nor Misha Monroe from North Cross 10. Others survived. The incident reports is a vehicle in front of the van changed lanes abruptly causing it to lose control and overturn Sander Parish 95.5 double USP. Former Atlanta Mayor Cassim Retells Kiss one of 4.1 that the city's crime rate is fracturing it in a way he's never before seen. I think that the level of crime and violence is Is wholly unacceptable in there. We're not doing enough, and it's not covert driven. Keisha Lance bottoms is among those who have lengthy increased crime rates to the pandemic. And while rumors have swirled about Reed seeking the office again out of my time fielding telephone calls about running from there That's not something there's a part of my plan. USB news time. 6 24 The NFL draft kicks off tonight Live from Cleveland. The Atlanta Falcons have the fourth pick GM Terry Fontinot says, trying to take on impact player there plenty of options, including trading the pick and acquiring more pics later in the draft. Now, what do you think the Falcon should do with their pick and which player should they take? Let us know. Using the open mic feature on the WSB radio app. Well, Twitter is having a field day with a sleepy senator is Ted Cruz has spotted falling asleep during President Biden's congressional address. Comments ranged from when you're dreaming about Cancun to Ted's eyes or hooked up to his state's power grid. Texas Democrat Walking Castro shared the clip with the caption Ted Snooze Devil Rodriguez reports. A statement from Cruz sums up the address is boring, but radical WSB news time 6 25 is a sidebar is in there. Scott Slade. Veronica Waters, John, Take a bottom today Marcie Williams is away. We're updating weather and traffic. Hostility is always Kirk Mellish is here with today's forecast, right, Scott for today. Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy high around 83. Now we're showing 68 degrees. Let's check the morning drive again in.

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U.S. Lifts Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine

All In with Chris Hayes

01:45 min | 8 months ago

U.S. Lifts Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine

"We are no longer recommending pause to the johnson and johnson vaccine. I support the a cip's recommendation that the johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine be used for persons eighteen years of age or older in the united states population under the fda's emergency use authorization. And i have signed this recommendation with these actions. The administration of johnson johnson covid nineteen vaccine can resume immediately. Where you haven't ten days. After pausing the use the johnson johnson coronavirus vaccine and fda cleared the one shot vaccine just over an hour ago. A decision praised. Dr fauci the fact that the cdc in the fda originally hawes wiz should underscore to everyone that we take safety very very seriously so when a vaccine is let out again to be able to be vaccinating people in this country you can rest assure. The that's a safe inefficacious vaccine early last week. Federal health officials call for halton usa vaccine after six women between the ages of eighteen. forty developed. A rare blood clotting disorder at the time more than seven million doses have been administered since. Then we now know of fifteen cases of this specific disorder. Three people have died. Four people were sent to intensive care. Those cases are not nothing i mean. There's a reason. I think they paused it. But today s cdc panel that went through this thoroughly said the vaccine's benefit out with risks. Although they did pose a potential warning label the decision to resume using the vaccine gives us back another important tool in our arsenal fight. This virus as ever. us adult is now eligible. Get shot

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U.S. Lifts Pause on J&J's Covid Vaccine

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:01 min | 8 months ago

U.S. Lifts Pause on J&J's Covid Vaccine

"On Johnson and Johnson's covert 19 vaccine. Just hours after a CDC recommendations for an extensive review of the available data, the FDA and CDC are lifting the recommended pause on the Johnson and Johnson or Jenson Covert 19 vaccine. That's acting commissioner Dr Janet Woodcock, ABC Stevo Since Sami is that CDC headquarters, health authorities put a pause on using the vaccine after six women came down with severe blood clots about two weeks after getting the shot the CDC shares that there are now 15 of these cases, most of them with severe blood clots near the brain. All of them are women between 18 and 59 years old. Three of them died and seven are still hospitalized. But the experts underlying that thieves are out of eight million Americans who've gotten the shot with no serious complications. Those who received the shot will be told to watch for symptoms, including severe headache or leg pain, which could be signs of blood clots. Vice President Harris hit

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Todd and Don

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Fauci Expects J

"Bivins, chief medical advisor says the government may have a plan for resuming the use of a third covert vaccine this week, Dr Anthony Fauci said on CBS's face the Nation. The CDC advisory committee could restart the Johnson and Johnson vaccine at its meeting Friday, with some form of restriction or some form of warning. It was paused after six women developed blood clots, post inoculation. After Fauci says a similar effect was seen with the AstraZeneca vaccine in Europe. But in men and women, he says By Friday, he hopes there will be more known on whether the J and J reactions have been in Maura than just the six women

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Fauci Believes Health Officials Won't Cancel Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Fauci Believes Health Officials Won't Cancel Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

"Vaccine remains on hold over blood clotting concerns. But as NPR's Amy held reports, the government's top infectious disease specialists expects the U. S to resume giving the shot this week. Johnson and Johnson vaccine is in limbo after six women out of more than six million people who got the shot developed rare and dangerous blood clots. CBC Advisors meet on Friday to discuss what's next. Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS's face the nation he expects they'll recommend reintroducing it, perhaps with restrictions based on age or gender. I would be very surprised if we don't have a resumption. In some form by Friday. As for the other two authorized vaccines, the to dose visor and Madonna shots. Studies suggest immunity last for at least six months. Beyond that, the jury's still out about whether a third shot is needed. Fauci says he expects public health officials to make a decision about a booster shot. By fall. Amy held NPR news.

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J and J Vaccine Pause Driven by Risk of Mistreating Clots

Guarding Your Nest Egg

01:47 min | 8 months ago

J and J Vaccine Pause Driven by Risk of Mistreating Clots

"A setback in vaccine options states and territories, pausing use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine after the CDC and FDA put out a recommendation to do so. The pause linked to six reports of blood clots, but it's not clear if the vaccine was the direct cause. CDC Vaccine advisory panel met this week to discuss it but didn't come to a conclusion. Here's Dr Beth Bell of global Health professional at the University of Washington, speaking during the panel, I think we need to not vote. And gather the necessary information so that we can make an evidence based decision more from ABC. Steve Olson, Saami. The scientists are looking for any link between the six women who got sick and they're investigating whether the blood clots were an immune response. All six women were between 18 and 48 years old. They got sick within two weeks of getting vaccinated. Some of the clots formed in veins of the Sinus and prevented blood from draining out of the brain. And even though one woman died, health officials say the odds are very low roughly seven million. Johnson and Johnson vaccines have been administered in the U. S. President Biden also assuring the public that there's enough supply of the Fizer and Moderna vaccines. Keep up the pace President Biden Tuesday in the Oval Office, expressing confidence that the U. S will have enough vaccine supply. Despite the pause and distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I made sure we have 600 million doses. Of the M R not of either Johnson and Johnson and or AstraZeneca. So there's enough vaccine that is basically 100%. Unquestionable for every single solitary America, but the president did not comment when asked how to address vaccine hesitancy among some Americans. Karen Travers, ABC

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What You Need To Know About COVID-19 Vaccines and Blood Clots

the NewsWorthy

01:36 min | 8 months ago

What You Need To Know About COVID-19 Vaccines and Blood Clots

"Dr william moss thank you for coming on the newsworthy. Thank you for having me. It's my pleasure. So i just give us a brief overview about what's going on with these blood clots that have been seen so far connected to the johnson and johnson. Vaccine the united states Through the centers for disease control and prevention sets up a vaccine safety surveillance and this is happening with all axons all covid vaccines but all other vaccines that are in use in the united states. And what happened. Is that through that surveillance system. They heard reports of a six women between the ages of eighteen and forty eight who had developed a severe blood clots in the brain of six days to about fourteen days after receiving the vaccine. And this is exactly what this surveillance system is meant to detect. Now people need to know that just because something is occurring after vaccination an adverse event like this. It doesn't necessarily mean it's being caused by the vaccine and so what's happening right now. Is that the advisory committee on immunization practices met to discuss these six cases we subsequently learned about two additional people one woman and one man who had a similar types of blood clots and the trick is to try to understand what's happening it requires careful investigation of these individual cases to try to see if they're really linked to the vaccine or not

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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Paused Over Rare Blood Clots

Part Time Genius

00:11 sec | 8 months ago

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Paused Over Rare Blood Clots

"The FDA and the CDC has paused the use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine while it reviews data after finding six women Came down with blood clots after receiving the vaccine. One of those women

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CDC Holds Emergency Meeting on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Fresh Air

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

CDC Holds Emergency Meeting on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

"The CDC is holding an emergency meeting to review the safety of Johnson and Johnson's Covad 19 vaccine. NPR's being long reports they're looking to a rare blood clotting disorder. The government has asked for a pause and giving out the Johnson and Johnson Cove in 19 vaccine, so the CDC and act taken dig more deeply into the causes of the blood clots. Which have been seen and six women. One woman in Virginia, died in mid March. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government's top medical advisor, says the paws on the vaccine makes sense. I think this is an unusual occurrence. Of a serious adverse event that you want to make sure before you go forward, you investigated thoroughly and that's exactly what they're doing. They're pausing so that they could look at it more carefully. Fauci stressed that the blood clot disorder was very rare found in fewer than one in a million people who got the shot. Being hung NPR

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FDA to Hold Emergency Meeting on Johnson

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:15 min | 8 months ago

FDA to Hold Emergency Meeting on Johnson

"Holding an emergency meeting on the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine I Marilyn hider with today's coronavirus update. San Diego County and the rest of the state are pausing the use of the Johnson and Johnson. One dose vaccine do too rare blood clots found in six women, Dr Anthony Fauci says the pauses out of an abundance of caution. This is an unusual occurrence. Of a serious adverse event that you want to make sure before you go forward, you investigated thoroughly, and that's exactly what they're doing. They're pausing so that they could look at it more carefully. Six women between the ages of 18 and 48 developed blood clots a week or two after they were vaccinated. One woman died. The CDC is principal deputy director doctor and shook, it said Authorities have not seen similar clots after use of the visor or Madonna. Vaccines, and people should continue getting those vaccines. The CDC recommends people who were given the J and J vaccine who are experiencing severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath. Should contact their health care provider J and J said in statement It was aware of the reports of blood clots, but no link to its vaccine had been established. The company also says it's delaying the rollout of its vaccine in Europe as a precaution.

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Peter Loftus on What We Know About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Daily Coronavirus Update

01:53 min | 8 months ago

Peter Loftus on What We Know About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

"Peter loftus healthcare reporter at the wall street journal joins us. What we know about the johnson and johnson vaccine. Thanks for joining us. peter extra. We had some interesting vaccine news as the us was pausing. The administering of the johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine after there was an issue with these a rare blood clot cases that we've been hearing a lot about the cases are extremely rare. There's only six cases in about almost seven million doses. that have been administered. So far of the johnson and johnson vaccine so very very rare. This was a founding six women between the ages of eighteen and forty eight. I think the happen between six days and thirteen days after they got their vaccinations. So peter tell us what we're learning about. What's going on with this. They expect the pause to be about a few days. that's one. Fda officials said today so as you say these were extremely rare but the events themselves were serious. One of the women died. And the issue seems to be a very rare type of clot that affects the brain and it's called a cerebral venus sinus thrombosis and this is something that just also happens. Very rarely apart from the vaccine. But what i think caught. The attention of health officials was that this was happening in a small number of people who got the vaccine and they were having low blood. Platelet counts and so these two things together. We're unusual enough. That health officials think there could be a cause and effect here and that it's not just a case of someone getting the next team and experiencing an adverse health effect that they might have experienced anyway and so. That's where i think the caution comes in. And that explains i think why. Despite the small numbers health officials wanted to take this

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Blood Clot Concerns put Johnson & Johnson Vaccine on Pause

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Blood Clot Concerns put Johnson & Johnson Vaccine on Pause

"Some new health concerns over the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine prompted health officials to a pause. The vaccine for now is they're saying national health Public health officials recommend that the administration of that Jane J. Vaccine Just be stopped for now, in order to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots found in six women following vaccination. This was six out of almost seven million. CBS News, Alexander 10, It tells us the committee overseeing the vaccines plans to meet tomorrow to address the concerns. The advisory Committee on Immunization Practices the C I P, which is an independent advisory body that is issued Immunization recommendations for the Johnson and Johnson, Madonna and Fizer. Vaccines already will meet to review the evidence, review the data and potentially issue new recommendations again. Never nearly seven million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine have been administered in the U. S. And the vast majority of recipients reported no or mild side

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Blood Clot Concerns Put Johnson

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Blood Clot Concerns Put Johnson

"New health concerns over the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccines, prompting the CDC and the FDA officials to shell the vaccine. At least for now. NATIONAL Public Health officials are recommending that the administration of Johnson and Johnson vaccine just be paused in order to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots found in Six women following

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CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson

"Medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says the decision to temporarily stop using the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine was done out of an abundance of caution. You want to make sure that safety is the important Issue here. We are totally aware that this is a very rare event. We want to get this worked out as quickly as we possibly can. And that's why you see the word pause. In other words, you want to hold off for a bit. This morning, the Centers for Disease Control of the FDA recommended the pause after six women between the ages of 18 and 48 reported blood clots after getting the shot. The pause is expected him at last, a matter of days,

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US Recommends 'Pause' for Johnson and Johnson Shots

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

US Recommends 'Pause' for Johnson and Johnson Shots

"Johnson and Johnson's covert nineteen vaccine has hit another roadblock with the U. S. recommending a pause in using the shots health authorities are investigating rare blood clots and low platelet counts and six women within two weeks of getting the shot one died Dr Anthony Fauci says the pause will give the FDA and CDC time to understand what happened and warn physicians not to treat the clots with the common blood thinner in the meantime for those who receive the shot recently don't you get an anxiety reaction because remember it's less than one in a million if you got it more than two weeks ago it really doesn't mean anything you're okay Johnson and Johnson's delaying the vaccine rollout in Europe which was already seeing a vaccine shortage the by the administration says the move will not have a big impact on the U. S. supplied with FISA ran but during a ramping up deliveries Sager make ani Washington

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US Recommends 'Pause' for Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

US Recommends 'Pause' for Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

"The federal government is recommending a pause in the use of Johnson and Johnson's coded nineteen vaccine over reports of potentially dangerous blood clots nearly seven million doses of the single shot vaccine have been administered in the US the vast majority with a mild or no side effects but federal regulators say they're investigating blood clots in six women days after they were vaccinated which were observed with reduced platelet counts the FDA and CDC say that makes the usual blood clot treatment potentially dangerous US federal distribution channels including mass vaccination sites will pause using the J. and J. vaccine for now states and other providers are expected to follow Sager made Donnie Washington

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CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

Brian Mudd

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

"Bump in the road on the way to herd immunity to separate regulatory agencies are recommending that immunizations using the popular One shot Cupid vaccine be put on hold CBC's Aaron Carter ski a certain severe blood clot occurs and fewer than one in a million people, but it has to be treated in a special way. So the CDC and the FDA want to temporarily halt the U. Of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine so doctors can learn about it. About seven million doses of the J and J vaccine have been administered. So far, there have been only six women between the ages of 18 and 48, who developed a blood clot about a week after receiving their doses. ABC News Medical contributor. Dr Ashish Joshi, the dean of Brown University School of Public Health, says Despite the pause, I think the Jang jae vaccine is both terrific and its efficacy and it is exceedingly safe based on everything I know I'd feel comfortable having my family get it. Walgreens this morning announced that is putting a hold on the use of the J and J

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Rallies To End Asian Hate Held In New York City

the NewsWorthy

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Rallies To End Asian Hate Held In New York City

"People gathered for rallies protests and vigils in major cities across the us over the weekend calling for an end to violence against asian americans for example in new york city. Many people marched from times square to manhattan's trying to town near the georgia state capitol. Hundreds of people gathered saturday with signs. Saying things like stop asian hate and some are calling for the suspect in last week's shootings to be charged with hate crimes at this point atlanta. Police say they're still investigating before that will be decided remember. A man is arrested and charged for killing eight people including six women of asian descent in atlanta area massage businesses. He told police he has a sex addiction and was lashing out at places that tempted him. The fbi. Director has told npr. It does not appear. The shooter was racially motivated but not everyone is convinced either. Way officials in various cities have said hate crimes against have been going up since the start of the pandemic since the virus was first found in china

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"six women" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"six women" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Says. One in six women say they've had to tell a guy that they don't care about Valentine's Day, so that if he botched it that day wouldn't be a total loss. So would be too embarrassing for him not to buy anything. You know friends. Exactly. So there you go, guys. She may say that she does not found that out of Christmas where I'm getting anything this year for each other right now. No, not of our we were doing some work to the house. So we were treating ourselves with an upgrade on and you know so well, she wouldn't agree. She wouldn't say no, of course she already purchased me something so Yeah. Okay. E gotta go out. Yeah, but Christmas it's hard. Not if you wanna maybe just put some in the stockings or be creative or what? I was looking for an out and I didn't get she said that's okay. No, But she said, that's okay. Let me off the hook. You know, I did something. So there you go. Traveling. Tim says. Oh, boy, did I ever make that mistake once once it only takes one time? Uh uh. Listen, I'm saying this as a woman because I know how we are. And I've said this before. I'm a big fan of the Babylon being. Yeah, And so you know, there was a woman who was a referee in the Super Bowl, right? Yeah. I'm looking for it now because I won't say this correctly, but The headline for their story again. This is fake. It's satire. For those of you who are easily offended or friend your sense of humor of removed at birth. But the headline was new. Female referee says, you know, calls UN offensive fell but won't say why. You know fine. It's fine. Just never mind just said it was five yard penalty. What did I do? If you don't know, I am not going to tell you. You can't believe you. You're not sensitive enough to do you understand what I'm saying? But anyhow, it would you go back to the sideline and think about that little Mr. Until you come up with a good and Sir. Uh, somebody's gonna be offended, But come on, y'all calm down. All right. If I go home today and my closer on the front porch, it's just a joke. Just my wife is not like that. Not at all. No, she's not really alright. 19 minutes after six in North Georgia's news talk Ugo before I get in, more trouble begin with started. It's always all right. Yeah, Let's check out headlines from the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom.

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

"six women" Discussed on WJR 760

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"six women" Discussed on WJR 760

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"six women" Discussed on WJR 760

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08:22 min | 1 year ago

"six women" Discussed on KCRW

"Considered I merry that was Kelly and Audie Cornish the prosecution delivered its final argument in the sex crimes trial of former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein today in New York assistant district attorney Joan Illuzzi stood in front of the jury for three hours forcefully making the case that wind Steen was guilty of five charges of rape and assault NPR's rose Friedman was in the court house either rose hi and four we get started want to have a warning to listeners that for the next few minutes the stories can involve descriptions of sexual assault alleged in this case and to come back to that how did the prosecution try to re establish it's framing of this after the defense tried to tear down and closing arguments yesterday yeah you know the jury spent weeks listening to the testimony of women who allege that Weinstein raped or assaulted them which Winston denies but they also spent weeks hearing mine seems lawyers try to poke holes in those stories so in you know introducing doubts about the details so Joan Illuzzi really had to give the jury a consistent believable narrative about each woman and any other thing she did was to describe the women in the case as moral people huge part of the defense has been that all six women who testified are lying that they had consensual relationships with points dean and that they're now re framing as abuse so losing made the point that none of them had to come forward she said according they didn't come for a beauty contest they didn't come for money for fame they came to be heard they sacrifice their dignity their privacy and their piece for the prospect that their voices would be enough for justice she said the question before the jury isn't whether those women made good or bad decisions it's whether they're telling the truth the charges though involve crimes against two women what were the stories Lucy told about them Merriam Haley and Jessica man they're sort of the heart of the case Lucy portrayed both of them as people who really had no power in the world Miriam Haley she said had an abusive stepfather Jessica man left a religion she described as a cult so not much family support very little money Lucy illustrated that power difference by coming back to this phrase over and over again Harvey Weinstein everything witnesses nothing she basically described a predator who she said was the master of his universe and the witnesses who were merely ants he could step on with no consequence there were other women who were part of this case can you explain their roles for other women testified the Harvey Weinstein had abused them of those four actors Annabella Chaura is the one who's part of the charges if the jury believes her story as well as just commands or Merion Haley's one scene could face a longer sentence up to life in prison sure story is a little different from the other two she was an established actress when she says once dean dropped her off at her apartment after dinner in the winter of nineteen ninety three and then returned and raped her as a lose you pointed out she was someone who went to dinners with almost Thurman who dated Gary Oldman if she talked Lucy said someone might believe her and when when's teen found out that journalists were calling sure a for her story Lucy show the jury an email he sent to his PR team telling them to say quote this was consensual or deny it Lucy told the jury that was tantamount to a confession she said consensual or deny it or the polar opposites of each other and emails played a big role in the defense's case right yeah Weinstein's team showed the jury friendly emails from Merion Haley and Jessica man after the alleged assaults their argument was this isn't how you talk to someone who raped you lose he had a really different point to make about this topic the rape can happen in ongoing relationships talking about just command she says quote Jessica man could have been completely head over heels in love with Harvey Weinstein she could have had his name tattooed on her arm she could have been writing him love notes every single day she could have been married to him but all of that it still wouldn't make a difference he still would not be allowed to rape her on March eighteenth of twenty thirteen and that was really the gist of her closing argument the jury begins their deliberations on Tuesday that's in pairs rose Friedman thanks for your reporting thanks I efforts to reach a big national opioid settlement have hit another snag more than twenty state attorneys general have signed a letter rejecting an eighteen billion dollar deal proposed by three of the country's biggest opioid wholesalers this was first reported today by the Wall Street journal Brian man was north country public radio follows opioid litigation for NPR he joins me now via Skype pay there hi so that was a lot of money on the table the could help use the opioid epidemic wire so many states saying no thanks yeah it does sound like a lot of money and this settlement would involve just three firms AmerisourceBergen McKesson and cardinal health these aren't drug makers these are the companies that distributed opioids to pharmacies but when you compare that eighteen billion dollar figure against the scale of this epidemic with hundreds of thousands of people died from overdoses and a lot more people sick or damaged critics say it's just a drop in the bucket and there is one more thing Mary Louise that's angering state officials in a conference call with investors last month the C. E. O. of AmerisourceBergen Steve Collis seemed to down play the economic pain his company would feel from the settlements Collis described the pay out is a relatively minor cost of doing business we don't feel the need to watch it at all because that is a lot of cash in absolute terms in relative terms that sat it's relative to the top couple hundred million dollars a day salvage that it's not that much to put that in context AmerisourceBergen had revenues in just the first quarter of this year of roughly forty eight billion dollars so a lot of the state attorneys general want the companies to pay a lot more and they want the pay outs to come a lot faster so where does that leave things as the settlement deal completely debt Noah talks are still under way in people in state attorney general's offices around the country have been telling me today they think a settlement is still possible they describe this letter as another step in negotiations company executives also saying they still want to deal the alternative remember could be years and years of litigation and that happens with the next big opioid trial opening here in New York just next month great and we're talking here about one deal involving these three big opioid distributors a wider settlement toxic talks involving the Johnson and Johnson and and pharmacies like CVS yeah they're pretty stuck to more than a dozen drug companies and pharmacy chains are still in settlement talks with states and with local governments that are filed thousands of lawsuits getting everyone on board with some kind of global resolutions been top so many different people say they were harmed by the industry's marketing and sales of these addictive opioid medications they're all demanding compensation legal experts keep telling NPR this is the most complicated civil litigation they've ever seen more complex even and tobacco or asbestos not saying something what what about Purdue pharma brand the makers of oxycontin day declared bankruptcy last year what's happening with that case yeah this is on its own track now a bankruptcy judge in New York recently opened produce bankruptcy process to individual patients and their families who can now come forward and ask for compensation the deadline for people to file those claims is the end of June but there are still some big questions about how much money will be divided up and who will be first in line some states are still suing to try to recoup profits from a few ad sales that made members of the Sackler family incredibly rich they're the owners of the company and we don't know yet how much of their personal wealth of will eventually be affected by this a bankruptcy case which is back in court next week thank you Brian thank you and Paris brand man I want you to get the days biggest stories and you can do that in about ten minutes while staying in bed for a few minutes longer working out or making your coffee check out NPR's morning news podcast first you're listening to All Things.

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"six women" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"six women" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Now that we made for money for our sponsors let's go back to make them the liberals crazy by hand man is back on the radio right now I twenty five to the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one Shawn you want to be a part of the program so you got the battle of merging between Boorda judge Elizabeth Warren over white male privilege that's getting interesting well one thing I didn't share with you I meant to share with you is we have polls showing Bernie getting on the biggest boos from the Iowa fiasco although bully judge and in another Polish is now catching up with Sanders so that's going to be interesting to watch if you look at the Suffolk university survey for The Boston Globe and WBZ TV released late last night it indicates that the former horrific south bend mayor is now close the in on the senator from Vermont likely voters in the next as from likely voters in the next primary which is Tuesday in New Hampshire will be doing the show from New Hampshire next week our subject anyway university conducting a daily tracking poll and their latest survey showed Sanders at twenty four percent support among likely democratic primary voters in New Hampshire slightly edging down of just one percent from the previous survey and booted judge stands at twenty three so you got a a real race here Warren now is just that thirteen percent looks like she's drop like a rock they got the fight with Warren now and booted judge Bernie looking at a full fifty two percent of respondents in the morning console survey if you look nationwide he's doing better nationwide as of now with the base of the Democratic Party the Buddha judge back to this Bloomberg plagiarism charge here by the intercept figure this all out I think the worst part of this is you know there is no thought put into this because when they were confronted by the intercept you know and they they sent a detailed you know are your listing all of this information from this site this site this site this site and this site was zero attribution well then that the campaign ends up re posting plans and just removing what the intercept and revealed I mean is that how there it is is that how they make policy up with all these people the thousand fifteen hundred people already working for the Bloomberg campaign they never denied the plagiarism they never apologized for the plagiarism and their answer was even worse because they said much of what you flag were fact sheets that went out via mail chimp whatever that is you know what that is it's an online I guess newsletter service of some kind our quote which doesn't support footnote format formatting you gonna blame it on some of that so basically just taking your policies and making a mop from some service called male champ some online newsletter service and they don't do foot noting so therefore you just copy what they put out so you can almost you know it's like a double plagiarism if you will but the fact that that's how they put their plans together is shows how little thought they are putting into this and the only thing that really putting thought into is attacking Donald Trump and trying to steal the nomination away from Bernie Sanders and it's kind of pathetic anyway when they announced the policy platforms we put detailed fact sheets with context in support background so reporters understand the problems we're trying to solve with our policy that's not the answer at all because they put it in as if it was their real policy so they're not even being honest after they got caught and the worst part is Bloomberg didn't do any of this is no clue on any of these issues never done a real interview never had a real debate and you know I'm sure he's now with fifteen hundred workers that work in a what does he have to say about this issue that's got a will appeal to this part of the coalition of the you know radical extreme Democratic Party that's what his biggest problem is going to be with the Democratic Party biggest problem already with the candidates as they can see that he's being treated differently because he's rich I thought the the label be a rich was so bad well not if your Michael Bloomberg our Elizabeth Warren apologized after six women where is this from fox news six minority women quit her Nevada campaign she's now had to apologize the staffers were working in the early voting state in Nevada they left the campaign complaining of feeling hope quote tokenized and having to deal with a toxic work environment the staffers all women of all left it was a seventy person team out Nevada and the three of them saying that they felt marginalized and that their grievances were not addressed despite taking them to superiors and to human resources staff quote during the time I was employed lord Nevada for Warren there were definitely there's definitely something wrong with the culture I said make a low was a field organizer joined the campaign a main departed in December I filed a complaint with HR but the follow up I received left me feeling as though I needed to make myself smaller or change who I was to fit into the office culture another organizer left the campaign did water name published for fear of reprisal hold the online outlet that she felt that she was brought on the campaign quote to literally bring color into the space but not the knowledge and voice that comes with it adding we were all routinely silenced and not given a meaningful chance on the campaign and it just goes on from there Abu judges getting backslash from pro life women after the infanticide answer your extremely radical apparently a sweet baby James told me this Linda I don't abuse she saw this issue shaking her head you understand and it was really kind of bizarre because what I'd mention the word post birth abortion Norby infanticide whatever you want to call it and people say that I just made it up I'm just lying about that well I it we have the governor of the great state of Virginia you know first we gonna make the baby comfortable in bars will deliver the baby and make sure the baby's comfortable level of the mother the side and if you remember what was being argued at the time it wasn't just in the Commonwealth of Virginia went what eight ten states for arguing this this whole issue of even if you are in the process of delivering a child the their bills in the states would allow women to take viable children and quote you know but basically murder them I mean that's the only answer their viable they live on their own at that point yeah but even during the birthing process anywhere bogan pull up the old tape because to me it shocked the conscience I would have thought that issue and died for the Democratic Party because it it didn't it actually went more viral and other states started adopting versions of it is what the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia said it's his own words for those of you attacking me on social media from others and labor I can tell you exactly what would happen the intent would be delivered the infant would be kept comfortable the info would be resuscitated if if that's what the mother and the family desired and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother the baby would be delivered the baby would be made comfortable the baby would be resuscitated if that's what the mother decided while the baby is now a person the baby is yeah when do we get that cold hearted how is that possible I mean I it shocks the conscience and in the lead up yeah this state rap happy Tran describing that it would be legal during the birthing process in other words you given birth to a baby but you could still have an abortion according to her bill listen how late in the third trimester could a physician performing abortion if he indicated it would impair the mental health of the of the woman our physical health okay okay some talk about the mental health so I mean through the third trimester the third trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks okay but to the end of the third trimester I don't think we have a limit in the bill so where it's obvious that a woman is about to give birth she has physical signs of that she's about to give birth would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified she's dilating at Mister chairman that would be a you know a decision that the doctor the physician and the women I understand that I'm asking if your bill allows that my bill would allow that yes a bill Doreen they giving of birth how are you I'm trying to understand so I said exactly that and because that's just what they said in the other states got on board and I I mean it's it's I have I know many people I live in New York many people that will save describe themselves as pro choice they hear this and it they're like no that's not what we believe at all you know if you're going to get an abortion whatever it's got to be immediate like in the first month or trimester maximal I mean so you know why what point when a child can live can be viable on his or her own do we have an obligation to protect the most innocent because that's what it is by the way Michael Bloomberg more news on him he's actually paying influencers to make him seem cool I have not had not making this up in the daily beast one day after the Iowa caucuses effectively botched by the disastrous rollout billionaire Michael Bloomberg announced that he intended to capitalize on the chaos in the Hawkeye state by doubling the advertising budget of his presidential campaign but in addition to a flood of traditional advertising on television radio online targets and targeting super Tuesday voters the campaigns advertising budget includes a strategy familiar to every other start up with tons of cash and a questionable business model paying influencers to make it seem cool this is this is a booming business I don't know if you know what this is yet but anyway so the Bloomberg campaign is now begun quietly a campaign are branding content market places what it is which connects social media influencers with brands who want to advertise to their followers to pitch influencers on creating content highlighting why they love Mike Bloomberg but they get paid to love Mike Bloomberg for example offer a fixed hundred fifty dollar fee the Bloomberg campaign is pitching micro influencers someone who has a a thousand or a hundred thousand followers and in the industry maybe whatever social media be at you know for example Instagram are if you're a Kardashian and you decide you want to wear somebody's particular brand of clothing or particular brand of jewelry and you put it up on your account gets what they pay you big money for that huge money for that I mean there I think the youngest Kardashian is what work like a billion dollars and **** this point yeah yeah right and and through my number corrected those huge money in doing this right so I can actually maybe I can become a Bloomberg influencer and you know we have millions of millions of followers and we'll get Bloomberg to pay me and I'll just hold up a Bloomberg for president.

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"six women" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"six women" Discussed on AP News

"The phone and said a prayer breakfast house speaker Nancy Pelosi without that breakfast okay hard for him because he's so off the track of our constitution our values our country the air our children breathe the water they drink and the rest he really needs our prayers hello he also explained why she tore up a copy of the president's state of the union address after he delivered it Tuesday night saying the president shredded the truth in his speech and in shredding the constitution with his conduct Thomas parade is the chairman of the Democratic National Committee call for a re canvas of the results of Monday's Iowa caucus which was marred by technical problems and delays US officials as an American citizen has been kidnapped in Afghanistan by a Taliban affiliated group and that authorities are working to rescue him prosecutors and Harvey Weinstein's rape trial rested their case in New York after more than two weeks of testimony punctuated by harrowing accounts from six women who say that Weinstein at Nord please of no no no an excuse to use his behavior as Hollywood norm Republican lawmakers and Florida moved closer to enacting legislation to require parental consent before a minor can get an abortion cases a corona virus have been rep I have DA paces of reported virus corona virus in China have dropped Dr Mike Ryan with the World Health Organization was asked what that means is right now too early to make predictions on numbers although we are pleased that the numbers from today is the first day in which the overall numbers confirm cases reported China have dropped a so we we were thankful meantime hundreds of Americans being evacuated from China over coronavirus we'll be quarantined in Texas and the Brzeska for young people were shot and killed inside an apartment in Indianapolis deputy chief Craig my cart says there was a report of a shattered porch door some subjects were seen fleeing from that residents officers arrived at ten twenty nine and they found the four victims down inside the apartment and they were pronounced deceased on the scene so far no arrests and Donahue AP news this.

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"six women" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"six women" Discussed on KTOK

"Says at least six women have come forward with allegations against doctor Michael Stewart kiddos and touch their private lives on says Stewart also allegedly groped a twelve year old girl who was participating in a job shadow program in his office Stewart faces charges of sexual battery and lewd acts to a child the attorney for former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holdsclaw has filed an appeal in the U. S. Supreme Court attorney James Hankins once the Supreme Court to review what he calls the unjust and unconstitutional ruling issued by the state court of criminal appeals last August the appeals court upheld holds clause eighteen convictions and two hundred sixty three year prison sentence for allegedly assaulting women while on duty looks like Oklahoma is getting a new area code here's Beth Myers the state corporation commission my vote today on a proposal to add an additional area code to the geographic area currently served by the four oh five area code the north American numbering plan administrator says the four oh five area code will run out of numbers by December of twenty twenty one it has been announced yet what the new area code will be no existing numbers would change only new numbers would be affected we now know the identities of the Oklahoma City family attacked in Mexico thirteen year old semi Lopez was killed after his family was ambushed on a Mexico highway he his mother and father wanted and Oscar Lopez and his ten year old brother OB deal were in Mexico visiting family Juanita Lopez was driving the family's vehicle and we shot several times she's in critical condition at a hospital in Mexico OB deal was shot in both legs and also was hospitalized in critical condition authorities say the highway where they were attacked Saturday night is considered high risk it runs through an area of disputed by criminal groups including the Gulf cartel and status.

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"six women" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"six women" Discussed on KTOK

"At least six women have come forward with allegations against doctor Michael Stewart care and touch their private lives on says Stewart also allegedly groped a twelve year old girl who was participating in a job shadow program in his office Stewart faces charges of sexual battery and lewd acts to a child the attorney for former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holdsclaw has filed an appeal in the U. S. Supreme Court attorney James Hankins wants the Supreme Court to review what he calls the unjust and unconstitutional ruling issued by the state court of criminal appeals last August the appeals court upheld holds clause eighteen convictions and two hundred sixty three year prison sentence for allegedly assaulting women while on duty looks like Oklahoma is getting a new area code here's Beth Myers the state corporation commission my vote today on a proposal to add an additional area code to the geographic area currently served by the four oh five area code the north American numbering plan administrator says the four oh five area code will run out of numbers by December of twenty twenty one it has been announced yet what the new area code will be no existing numbers would change only new numbers would be affected we now know the identities of the Oklahoma City family attacked in Mexico thirteen year old semi Lopez was killed after his family was ambushed on a Mexico highway he his mother and father wanted and Oscar Lopez and his ten year old brother OB deal were in Mexico visiting family Juanita Lopez was driving the family's vehicle and we shot several times she's in critical condition at a hospital in Mexico OB deal was shot in both legs and also was hospitalized in critical condition authorities say the highway where they were attacked Saturday night is considered high risk it runs through an area of disputed by criminal groups including the Gulf.

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"six women" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"six women" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"In our evolution as a player from most improved to six woman of the year to an all star and she was the difference maker taking full advantage of Elena delle donne century well in this series where the teams are so evenly matched what we see in in game one and game two is the best player on the floor determines who's going to win and Elena della donne was that in game one without question it was John Paul Jones here in game two she absolutely please stay on the offense of flashy consistently went there at six sixty is long she stepped outside as well and was able to hit from the three point line she was not. with her mouth of which is in production in game one well here in game two. absolutely outstanding without question the reason the Connecticut sun come away with this victory. John Paul Jones thirty two points eighteen rebounds and a finals record of nine offense of rebounds now John Paul Jones came to play regardless but obviously her task was made easier by not having to deal with Elena delle it died in the am V. P. tweaking her back what she's been dealing with this first for me to make such a difference for Washington and of course the obvious places on the offensive end of the floor this is the last play before Elena della donne left the game you know the first player in WNBA history with fifty forty nine her efficiency is incredible but yes on the defensive she was the one who kept John Paul Jones off of the offense of glass in game one and as good as I am in the sermon was here in game two.

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"six women" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"six women" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"N. Y. C.'s new sounds Hey John quite the lineup isn't it Jamie. Julia will Snoopy's it documents the tragic triangle shirtwaist factory fire of nineteen eleven how well does it work it works really well I mean there are parts of this piece that works so well that I found them hard to listen to especially if you're following along with the tax which is drawn from contemporary accounts of that disaster in which one hundred forty six people mostly immigrant women died so what Julia Wolfe does as she's written this piece for the New York Philharmonic two huge orchestra and it includes a hundred and forty six women's voices and in the excerpt called factory the orchestra makes these kind of industrial sounds while Julie wolf weaves in traditional yet ishe and southern Italian folk songs because that's where most of the victims came from. kind of infernal vision of the factory in which that Taurus fire took place this is the latest piece from the Pulitzer Prize winner Julia wolf it's called fire in my mouth now more mother new album is a mix of punk hip hop and gospel what does that sound like well this is the dark dystopian end of what some call Afro futurism you know you think of Janelle Monday in this kind of splashy cinematic sound will this is the the flip side of that from Philadelphia musician and poet and artist her real name is come by a yea well but as more mother she blends samples of what sound like old field recordings early gospel songs with throbbing industrial electronics and some very unsettling lyrics this song is called after images. and the resting sound from the artist known as more mother from her forthcoming record analog fluids of sonic black holes that pieces after images now Catherine balls at black belt Eagle Scout project has a signature sound to the songs from the latest album stay true to it that they're actually a little different as black belt Eagle Scout Catherine Paul has made the songs that start slow and that bill dramatically into like huge walls of shredding electric guitars and drums both of which she plays but on the new album which is called at the party with my brown friends she's kind of holding back a little bit you hear all of these unusual guitar sounds around the edges of the song and this particular song called run it to ya has a really wonderful simple little video about what she calls a queer indigenous problem she is a native American artist and this comes from her latest album as black belt Eagle Scout. run it from black belt Eagle Scout and the restraint Jamie that we mentioned kinda gives way towards the end of the song and the guitars do come crashing back in which is after all their signature says John Cheever is the host.

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"six women" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"six women" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A hot car it's going to be tough but do not break that window it's against the law the city's new female majority city council took office today they received an unusual type of recognition sister martha an kirk of the women's global connection at the university of the carnet word said it isn't appropriate time for women to take charge at city hall y'all remember that this june is the one hundred th anniversary of the national legislators being in favor of women suffrage and sister martha an announced that the group has donated twelve hands to families in the african nation of tanzania to in the name of each of the new six women on city council why forget about central africa there's a new nation knocking at our door at south texas the border patrol in del rio says it has arrested more than one hundred and eighty haitians trying to sneak into the country a say before this week they've had seventeen haitians over the past year and brings to forty four the number of different countries are represented in arrests at the eagle pass port of entry alone iranian forces claiming that they are ready for worth the u._s. after shooting down a navy drone today in international airspace your high right now between the u._s. and iran and races onto a cover that down navy joan shut down by iranian service tear missile it's not clear how the u._s. Will respond officials told me a list of targets has been drawn up to present to the president, but it's up to him all twin decide whether or not to strike back, and he's teasing reporters, a closed-door meeting at the White House underway right now sussing out possible outcomes, a scientists at San Antonio, Texas Biomed working out a way to activate the hunger hormone at exists in Oliver bodies supposed to make us stop eating Dr Rahul BUSTER Che says that the hormone is suppressed because of the vast amount of human history were bodies panicked, that they're not getting enough food, and that's always been a problem. We have every four cheap. So therefore. Everything gets stores. You know, how es survival wouldn't that be something? He says it's entirely possible that obesity and all the medical problems that go that goes along with them..

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"six women" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"six women" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your favorite station. What listening to an episode of escape Mars is heaven, is originally broadcast Friday, June second nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Friday, sixty nine years ago, these were some of the headlines dateline Washington seven Republican senators yesterday indirectly accused Senator Joseph McCarthy Republican of Wisconsin of exploding fear bigotry, ignorance and intolerance in temp to win a GOP victory and demanded a halt to such tactics in dramatic declaration of conscience. Read on the Senate floor by Senator Margaret chase Smith. The Republican main the senators also accused the administration of contributing to a dangerous situation that strikes at the very heart of American freedoms. Dateline? Washington President Truman gave the Senate crime investigating committee, your sharp new tool yesterday, the right to inspect the income tax returns, big gamblers and racketeers the president's decision to give the committee access to income and other tax records opens the way for broad exploit. Shen of the nationwide ramifications of illegal bookmaking dateline Washington prison declared yesterday. The world is closer to peace now than it has been at any time during the last five years. He made this observation on world affairs. A few hours after I stink congress for one point two billion dollars to help rearm nations around the world against the increasingly bold in menacing activities of communist Russia, saying the need and urgency for protecting the ramparts of freedom has never been more plain, dateline, New York and attractive American woman, married to a Chinese shot and critically wounded their four year old daughter yesterday, police said, because she's people are making fun of the child's oriental features saying, I didn't want my little girl to be suffering. Be pushed around the way I have. She did not elaborate, she was taken to Bellevue hospital for mental observation the child in another wing of the hospital, who's reported in very poor condition with thirty two caliber bullet in the. Temple dateline, New York. The local grand jury, which charged Frank Erickson, millionaire gambler with bookmaking in conspiracy was given an additional two months to continue its probe into bookmaking yesterday. The life of another county grand jury, which is investigating every other aspect of gambling was extended thirty day. Tampa Florida, Dr Albert oh, liras, former president of Colombia last night recommend to the crease world, better -ation pattern on the system with binds together the countries of the Americas. Duck, your liras now, secretary, general, the organization of American states created in nineteen forty eight to settle mutual problems of nations of the western hemisphere and co three cooperation and understanding it represents all countries in north south and Central America. Dateline? Federal police raided communist party headquarters Wednesday night, arrested thirty persons including six woman were charged with holding a meeting without a police permit. The party is legal in Argentina, Mary, many members of arrested on various charges. Dateline Washington Michalik who describes himself as a former white Russian was officially notified yesterday. He'll be fired from his ten thousand dollar year Commerce Department post unless he can refute administration charges against him within five days. Secretary of commerce had notice discharge papers served on Li yesterday afternoon department refused to disclose the nature of the charges Lee himself said he had been informed, the charges work maladministration, although he added. So your love the department officials had previously tested to his ability, competency, and loyalty. Dateline Berlin Russia's slowed, western motor frapp it yesterday in reporting retaliation for mistreatment. I'm German communists youngsters at Lou. On their return from the Sylvie east. Berlin red rally truck driver stalled by border guards at the helm stead highway checkpoint said the Russians told them the slowdown.

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"six women" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"six women" Discussed on Post Reports

"From the newsroom the washington hey you back under washington post infosys lori are tiny over i'm mrs post reports i'm martine power it's thursday january thirty first today a victim of sexual assault fights back makamba cater relationship between donald trump and michael bloomberg and what the polar vortex fields back in the summer of twenty seventeen something happened that got a little attention in the local news here in washington d._c. this woman started showing up at bars and restaurants in this trendy part of town and she started passing out flyers to the people who worked there the fires are printed with color photos of guy in chef's hat and apron a guy who was identified as jairo crews and under the photos the caption said this man has assaulted six women in dc the flyers had other details of criminal charges against him that turned out to be legit including screen shots of a court docket still at the time it wasn't clear who was passing around these flyers a why there was some buzz that was generated about these flyers where they were coming from who had possibly posted them it was kind of a mystery at the time amy britain is an investigative reporter for the post and she said that these flyers were so interesting because jairo cruise was a successful chef in d._c. he worked at one of the city's best known restaurants a french bistro on fourteenth street called la- diplomat the obamas once eight there with the president of france of trump injured kushner go there leads implemented certainly a big name restaurant in town and i think the fact that he worked at the diplomat certainly peaked the curiosity of people who may have encountered these flyers that was almost two years ago back before the metoo movement made national headlines before powerful men were outed as sexual assaults and harassers and the momentum of the metoo movement is partially why the woman behind the flyers ultimately reached out to amy she was finally ready to share her story about why she went to such great lengths to publicly name this guy you should know that her story involves graphic depictions of sexual assault right now we're heading to mortar beloved slum where i work boran clark is a thirty three year old hairstylist to works in washington d._c. she works at a very popular salon along the fourteenth street corridor she spends most of her days seeing clients talking to clients cutting here she always wanted to be a hairstylist it was her dream from childhood she would style the hair of her sister she would style the hair of classmates for homecoming as a child she was pretty outspoken she's always kind of been someone to stand up and speak out for what she thinks is right she moved to the d._c. area to go to hair school in virginia and then started working at the salon soon after in glover park safe cute little neighborhood and in april of twenty thirteen lauren was wrapping up after a long day at work at the salon she went home to her neighborhood and she changed into running close and she took off for a late night run like she had done many times and along the way home she suddenly saw a man along the sidewalk and i just got this feeling like cross the street and i was like that's crazy like he's just an rumble person he's going to and i kept walking and then i passed by him and i got like a couple of steps past him and suddenly this man came up from behind and i just feel his hand over my mouth and his other hand in between my legs and his body against my back and he just slammed me into the ground he tackled air and he grabbed her my niece hit the ground my elbows at the ground i kind of hit his face in like scratched it and it ripta's glasses off that's when he punched me he punched me in the nose and remember my head hitting the sidewalk and they had the struggle on the ground as he was groping her so mad it went from like escape to like rage and i then fought back and i went to swing at him at that point like he got up and then he was taking off when clark's attacker ran away he also stole her phone but someone passing by helped her flag down police and shortly after she actually identified him walking near the scene of the crime he was just right around there he was just walking right right nearby where at

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"six women" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"six women" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"To put us all in a two three days later not only did he remove my c._n._n. he proved he could do it by being resurrected from the dead so what i am telling america is that life and immortality is riding on this story in this book someone says well if i just see god if he talked to me what do you want him to do right show letter he wrote a lot of them it's all here just read it for the life of me what i can't figure out is what the downside is to loving god and loving each other that's all i'm asking bar that's all god is asking for so oh i've been drunk in heathen passed but over the last forty four years i repented at twenty eight no more immorality drunkenness or any of that i haven't i haven't used a cuss word thirty five forty years so you'll act you repented and you turn to god you're trying to get our coacher to do likewise i love i love my country i don't care what you've done you can repent and start all over it's like being born again so that's my message yesterday i talked to six women they asked me what i talked to another lady brought him some prostitutes have been prostitutes drug use immorality so i go through the bad news san physical debt and the good news you can have your sense removed and you can be conquered the grave itself by being race from the dead i told them that three high of responded by faith i'll wait till the next day which is today and i'm still on the same message it's my life i love got a love country come on america one hundred and ten million of americans at any given time have a sexually transmitted disease center for disease control just thank so they make these children by being i'm all and then they kill their children on a massive scale what are we doing what is it not christianity phil what do you mean by that anonymous christianity is confined your worship to a church building one time a week you never say word about jesus to the people around you anonymous christianity is boxing god and to a church building we ran them out of government we ran them out of our schools we confined to the church villains you drive up once a week and your worship that's not worship worshiping god is what we're doing right now i get up in the morning i'm aware of god's mercy therefore i offer me my body a living sacrifice hole in please into god i practice hospitality bring people in i'll give them the good news on salt i'm light all the time we have a misconception of worship anonymous christianity they don't know who you are i got news for america i wonder why they knew who i am because i speak out i love him her and say come on let's go the people you talked about speaking with the the group of women yesterday i thought you said you spoke to i referenced i know from talking to you before you like to mentor young men on an individual level how many of them have openly prior to encountering you how what's the ratio of them that have that have cognitively affirmatively rejected god's forgiveness compared to those that never had anybody share god's forgiveness with them here's the formula jesus said when you.

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"six women" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

06:46 min | 3 years ago

"six women" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"This is fifteen minutes to freedom. I'm your host Ryan idell. In today's episode is six men six women one event. So I met at eight every day big surprise, right? Up shared this a multitude of different times. It's been something. That's a staple of my life. And I've increased my meditation practice, right? I've tried everything from brain dot FM, which uses buyer neural, signaling to MIR the left and right hemisphere of your brain. I've been jumped into some Dr Joe dispenses guided meditations ago for as long as an hour. I've used something called the muse which is choose muse dot com, which is brain sensing device that you wear that helps you kind of guided meditation. And then I've been using something called Hulo sink H O L O S Y N C, which takes binary signaling some of the components from. Muse something components from Joe Benza. And poof, all of a sudden, there's this really powerful and impactful tool. I share with you. Because I message comes to me quite often when I meditate. Now, most of the time I have no damn idea. What the messages, meaning perhaps you meditate yourself. And you know, exactly what I'm saying. If you don't meditate I heavily encourage that you try you on the wrong way to meditate. It's not meditate at all. So I look at meditation little clearing out some time and space for yourself where able just to shut everything down and breathe and just allow the silence of your mind to take over. So meditating today, I have an infrared sauna and Lindsey nice house where zip yourself into it. And it's infrared light hitting your body and meditating with hollow sink in. This message comes to me the message over and over again is having a vent having a vent. It's time to have an event. And so after thirty minute meditation on zip myself from this infrared sauna that I use haven't event I'm already having an event, right? There's something I'm doing in in Dallas, Texas the first weekend in April with another coach friend of mine that's an event right about heaven. Like, why am I what I'm already having? I don't understand. And so I kind of pushed to the side, right? I go through my morning. I have my salary juice. That's fresh pressed. I wait some some time that I have a bulletproof coffee. Wait, some more time have green smoothie, right? I stack things on top of each other. Now, it's all about my morning, go into the gym. And I backed like, I always do and boxing workout admittedly was atrocious today. It was horrible. I didn't have energy I wasn't focused. It's almost like there was knows in the back of my mind that just wasn't allowing me to really just be there and fire. That's what I'm doing is heading to lifetime the gym where I work out at my workout is quick. It's very abbreviated by planned today. And I'm in the shower at lifetime and just like that smack the cold water hits my face as I finish up my showers now with at least a minute a half of cold water pouring on my face. Not my chest. Also, spin around in my upper back and it hits me. The event you're supposed to have is not the event for three hundred people. It's not this two day thing. This is a a three day immersive event you're supposed to have supposed to be here in Columbus. And his three day event is not just supposed to be for men. It's supposed to be for men and women. But yet it has to be exclusive because there has to be an internal tie. It has to be something that we can work together in an intimate setting change the things that I know I can change in you as that I can change him in you can help you see how you can change them for yourself. And so I realized I it comes to me. I need six men, and I need six women. To come to Columbus. Ohio March twenty first twenty second twenty third for an event that will be unlike anything before. This event is it sits not going to be some frilly sitting a conference center at a nice hotel and drink coffee. That doesn't really work for me. I'm much more hands on I know too, many psychological trees in the vents to help get you out of the patterns that you've been in for so long that haven't been serving you. I know how to wear down some of those shielded you've been carrying around because you've needed them for protection. I know how to create unity in bonds among people that think feel an act the same way. I know how to create an environment of trust in which you can finally get rid of the baggage you've been carrying around for so long and just pick up the luggage for when you wanna go home. You can leave all your shit here in Columbus. You leave it. You don't deserve to carry it around anymore. And all this is flashing on my head, and I'm in the shower, my man, this is great. I wanna write down some notes, and I wanna make sure because now I get it. Right. The voices hit me twice today. And I know what I'm supposed to do. I don't really know. How to share right? I don't have some cheesy offer. I don't wanna put it out as like, okay? We got to get this done. But I'm speaking to my first coaching client today, incredible woman out of south, Florida. And as we're we're speaking back and forth. She says reineck comes to me, I need to come to Columbus and spend some time with you. To connect deeper on some of these last pieces that I need need to overcome and she laughing session needs four or five hours. But this client lover to death four or five hours would never be enough for her to talk and get things out. Right. Part of part of what we do is knowing our clients need to go deeper with her. And so to me, that's the voice hitting me. The third time. To say to her right to share the event with her eyes light up. She's like that's exactly that's what I need. And so maybe there's only five spots for women and still sick spots for men, but this event or so I can say it out loud. If you're a man, or if you are a woman considering what I'm just saying as something that speaks to you. This event is not going to be some co-mingled side by side where you have to worry about the opposite sex and the judgment shame and guilt and come with that the men women are going to be separate. They'll be times in which we come together. But for the most part were separate, and there's a reason and specific nature, which I'm able to do that. So the Ben women will be separate you go through separate experiences all during the same weekend event.

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"six women" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"six women" Discussed on WJR 760

"And every day count. Each day is a gift big day in history. Richard. Moment in history today is the day in twenty thirteen that we got Justice Brigitte, m McCormick. As the sixth woman to be elected chief Justice of the Michigan supreme court, and what a big deal that was. And she continues to be one of our finest supreme court justices in the great state of Michigan. Period. So that's good news. Here's a little something quickly that you don't see everyday dick, and that is some honesty in the institutional media. This comes from AP the Associated Press it's been around forever. Here's an AP fact check after all the presidential Steph, and all the fact checking of CNN and the New York Times, here's the fact check Democrats put the blame for the shutdown on Trump. But it takes two to Tango Trump's demand for five point seven billion for his border wall is one reason for the budget impasse, the Democrats refusal to approve the money is the other. About that a lot of revelation. They're gonna lose their standing within the institutional media. The institutional media is responding with backlash. How dare they speak the truth? It just happens to be a fact all right? Dick, a story that you, and I have talked about for the last few days about and you just had another story about it. The last month of patient, if they're hacienda healthcare in Phoenix gave birth to a healthy, baby. Boy despite having been in a vegetative state for the last ten years she was clearly sexually assaulted police. Started checking DNA from the male staffers trying to get to the bottom of this. This is a horrifying thought. Can you imagine horrifying thought for anyone who has any family member in any kind of place where they're supposed to be looking out for them and taking care of our family members in ways that we're not able to without the facility. Being there and you save yourself. How can this happen? Well, fortunately, state Senator Jim run stead was listening yesterday or the day before both days, we apprec Senator. We appreciate your listening, by the way. Thank you for the good morning to you. And and the dick Haefner. You should know that a Senator Jim run said was listening and said, wait a second. I'm trying to make sure that this sort of thing cannot happen in the great state of Michigan. Senator good morning. Welcome to the Paul W Smith show and tell us what you've been doing to try to make sure that can happen in our great state. Or if it does we can catch the people right away. Absolutely paula. Thank you for having me on listening to your show yesterday. And heard the story of of this woman in a coma who has. Babies birthing, a baby and the facility, and obviously someone within that facility has assaulted this woman, and this is not that unusual across the state on across the nation. When you have individuals who are vulnerable who can't communicate unless you have a system to monitor that, you simply aren't going to know what is going on in a nursing home room and five states across the country permits the families to install video tape equipment in the room in order to know what's going on. And last year, I went online, and I was looking at all this video of horrendous abuse captured by these videotapes of these patients are being literally dumped on the floor on purpose. Scolded hit a being just a abused Harare. All captured on tape. And I thought why is that not permitted in Michigan and five states? It is permitted and more states are rolling out laws that permit individuals families to be able to install these tapes. And so I- crafted a Bill last year that I put in too late to get through the system, but I'm going to be putting in again this year. To make sure that families can and every nursing home be able to install a video tape equipment with a bunch of hobby apps. You have to get permission from the other party. If there is another family and other member or individual in that room, they have to be notifying visitors and staff that this equipment is in there. So there's provision for camping with equipment. There's a lot in there to protect people who are coming in and make sure they are aware. But the the big thing is really gives a sense of belief in security to family members knowing that their family member cannot be abused arbitrarily and they're not aware of it. I think this is a fabulous Bill. The run stat. Bill will call it requiring nursing home facilities to allow for the installation of electronic video surveillance devices cameras etcetera in nurse. Missing home resident's rooms if requested by the resident and the family, it what can we do to help move this along because this is something that should be done as quickly as possible. Well, I'm gonna a Bill is is like I said I introduced it late last year. I will be introducing it again this year, and I will try to get a press release out. Maybe do a follow call with you. When I've got the Bill on the floor of the house where we're getting signatures of fellow legislators that agreed to co sponsor the Bill and try to get the momentum for this. Because there is opposition. We've heard from nursing homes that do not watch this equipment installed bet. Yeah. It's gonna be a it'll be a battle. But there's no good reason if you're doing your job correctly, and you trust the people that you have hired to work with our family members. Then you should have no problem whatsoever. With them being under the scrutiny of a camera period. You're you're correct. And I would be more than willing to show some of the video I've seen on on the internet to to the committee and say, look, could you imagine your family member going to this kind of abuse, the you have bruises broken bones, as well, if we don't know they just slipped and fell in and then you look at the video some God, this person was dumped onto the ground out of the wheelchair and beaten by the recording on my God. Listen, you let me know the minute you can identify those who are fighting this. I wanna make sure my listeners know who would be opposed to this Bill. I I really wanna know as quickly as possible state Senator Jim Ryan stead. God bless you for this. You happen to be a Republican. We appreciate what you're doing. And and let's try to get this done these only, right. And it's already been working in five different states. We should be one of them. Now. Thank you, sir. Thank you fall..

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