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"sokoto" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"What you just heard. There were some clips from the streets of tel aviv. Disney off center to be specific. Courtesy of to tel-aviv locals may talim zoos. And if god's rosenblatts last night israelis took to the streets to dance with the torah over their heads sim. Tara is the same night as schmead sarah in israel. I'll explain what those are. Simply torah and schmead saroj usually are separate days. I sh- meniat. Sarah is the final day of sokoto. Sokoto is a holiday in which we sit outside of our homes in huts that we make ourselves and it's supposed to remind us of the days that the hebrews lived out of huts in the desert and elsewhere in the world seem. Torah is an entire day. After that day is the celebration of starting the five books of the torah over again. So each week we read one section of the torah. Which is the bible of the jewish people. Okay and after a year we come to a close and we start again. It's supposed to be a very joyous. Celebratory day and that is called sima hatorah and the way that we celebrate. Starting the book over again is by dancing in the streets here. Instead of having it into two days we have it in one day. Some people though wanted to keep the party going on the second night and they did something called hukou votes. Which is where you get into the street. You dance in circles with the torah. There are seven circles. You're supposed to go around seven times and by the way brides usually circle their husbands seven times under the hoopla under the marriage canopy. So it's kind of ceremonious. It is ceremonious. A lot of people celebrate this holiday by doing a lot of drinking. And some of the people that i spoke with did so much drinking over the holiday that they weren't able to make it out last night so i got you covered. I am going to tell you what you missed participants that i spoke with said that it was really moving to see so many people out in the streets celebrating a really popular live music club that i've been to it's called the barbie hosted a free event. Thanks to their volunteers who wanted everyone to be able to celebrate the end of the holiday season together for free and with quality music the outdoor dancing started in the old north of tel aviv and poured into disney gov square where everyone even passersby who didn't come out for the event stopped and kissed the torah. That is a thing you're supposed to kiss and celebrate the tara that events started at eight thirty at ended exactly at eleven when police shut it down. There was a full crowd of people that came and by the end of it. There were a bunch of proud patriots singing hatikva which is israel's national anthem. Very moving. then. The party moved over to the barbie which i just told you about there. Were some more religious vibes there and live music. tel aviv. Knows how to party. But today like i said it is back to work. I'm not gonna send you back yet. I am going to give you a little taste of some more music and a wish that you should have a very successful productive day and.
"sokoto" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Good morning booker. to- windows the this is shannon told here with israel. Daily news podcast. I'm here to get you caught up quickly. I've got some top news stories for you today from israel and guess what you're listening so you're already on top of your game. Survive and thrive people knowledge. Is the best weapon. Today is wednesday. September twenty nine th twenty twenty one nv gregorian calendar and the twenty third of tisch. Ray fifty seven eighty two in the hebrew calendar. Happy new year. It's been a whole week or even more since i've podcast it. I decided to go with the israeli way and celebrate the holidays by reducing my workload. For the week. I've never been off from the podcast for more than two episodes in a row. If i'm not mistaken. I'll say this i was ready to get back to the podcast after just a few days. I missed you guys. I missed podcasting. Sokoto is over simcock. Torah is over and everyone in the country is now dealing with the depression of getting back to work but also having a thankful feeling to get our schedules back. That's based off of some research. I did. I spoke with some friends and colleagues to ask them how they felt about the end of the holiday season. We're all in between feeling sad that we have to get back onto our full workload but also feeling like we had a long time of not really having structure. And what are we really doing in our day where eating. We're not working out. So i think that a lot of people actually are happy to get back to their routines. I'm going to look at it that way. Now.
"sokoto" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"Access to the great equalizer. That is torah sages. Tell us normally you have the choline. Cohen goes i ever cring. Dull high breezed goes before everyone. However however what if you have it choline or paying a dole high priest that's an ignoramus then you have a bastard. Someone who is illegitimate someone who is a pariah. But they're a great torstar which one is truthfully deserving of more utter says the talmud the moms air torah is a meritocracy and the moms there even though genie logically. He's an outcast. Torah gives them the opportunity to chat. Apult all those other limitations like we said this is the day that we take or they after that we took the ara vos. We took those willow branches that we smack him on the floor. We do amidst with them and we kind of get rid of all the other inhibitions that prevented a complete total question. Though we can have we got the high priest is amazing he just to walk into the holy of holies but you know if he discovers in the holy of holies what's already there before he even gets there that's the arc and the art is emblematic of the torstar and the coin Gets to walk in couple of times a year but you it was always there. People have access to this meritocracy to this great equalizer to tell her so the idea that there could be someone who comes before the coin. That dole collapses vision is kind of the order of the day on some historic very deep and interesting idea. That maybe would explain why we are jumping and so to speak shouting the motto of colorado. Because this is maybe his day the day that if all days were like this maybe are who'll be correct this is. They may be where he is start. So we've learnt is that this constellation as as we call it at the end of sokoto have a lot of meaning. These are the days that we are completing..
"sokoto" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse
"Five four. Three two one. We start with savant killing a bird with a ball and being recruited by van waller into the suicide squad reflect harley quinn savant captain boomerang black guard. Tdk javelin mongol and the head out on their mission head sokoto martinez recently overthrown taken over by new management not friendly to america and destroy the nazi air lab. Yo nigm was hold. Something called project started. Squad is ambushed on the beach and everyone but harley rich are brutally murdered is captured by the military and flag seemingly captured by rebel fighters. Meanwhile the real squad. Blood sport peacemaker rat catcher to king chartres applause without man revealed on another beach squad. Locate rick accidentally killing all the rebels. Who not forcibly holding. Y rick back to harley. Who's taking a silvio. Lunar the new dictator of corto maltese after a steamy romance luna reveals. That he will use project. Starfish to control people. Quinn sadly has to myrtle because he promised herself she wouldn't date man with red flags. The general mateo suarez. Become the new president. Alertus quinn to be tortured back with our regular squad. They go to a nightclub get drunk and capture the thinker learning that harleys captured. They go to rescuer but find that she's already saved herself. Finally the squad is full united and hate to joe hyme for their objective task force x easily infiltrate the lab take down a bunch of guys and split into two teams plant charges. Rick racket or two and the thinker. Hate to the basement where peacemaker follows despite.
"sokoto" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"But this song in particular did something that i think is actually very important. Social media is a huge part of life right now and i've seen some shows try to kind of delve into social media and how it exists. This song in how it was written does the best job on stage that i have ever seen of accurately portraying social media and its place in today's society and reflecting that on a stage that is the only reason the song is here louisan that it's number nine instead of ten is it's i actually do enjoy the song i think. The melodies kinda catchy. I like you said. I like the sentiment. I don't love everything about this song. I think it is. Because i have such a problem with the show but for the just be portrayal social media and the accurate integration of what social media is to us today and i think even in the future win this. Show 'cause this. This show's seems to have some staying power. God only knows why. But it's fucking here and we're dealing with it but even in the future. I think this song gives an accurate snapshot of what social media meant in a life of teenager at that time. And that's not an easy thing to do. And i is the one in only thing i will give them credit for and because so many other shows have either tried to are are going to try to do it because this is such a huge part of life this this at a very good foundation and is a great example of how to do it and not just rely on a projection screen at the back of the stage. I think agree with you on that that this dispute sokoto from what i saw the staging in did do its job in terms of exploring the idea of social media nowadays just on that if they had just done a musical about the good and bad of social media that would have been great but what they report but what they're trying to portray really pisses me off. It really does to. The empty agree. And like i said i'll do an episode at some point breaking everything down because i have. Actually i have the the libretto. I i have broken this down and it's not just like listen to the songs i baskin basketball. I do hit asking paul. But i have actually read the script and i have faults and that's how i'll leave all right moving on then to mine number nine coming at you.
"sokoto" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"That we felt were important to chronicle. And how much do you think digital activism has enabled these women to to to share their stories and gained strength from one. Another digital organizing has been a game changer. What it's done is it's democratized and opened up the movement and we would argue in an overdue way right in the past. it was only elite. Women western women white women that were seen as these heroes. Feminism and we say awakening is not about the awakening of women in places like nigeria to the heroic arrival of western feminism. It's not that at all. It's it's shining bright laid on the voices of local activists and really championing. They're calling for and you'll being able to organize on what's at naming Alleging attackers on facebook. Seeing lo and behold. There's another person another young woman that may have been attacked or harassed by that government official or that boss has been a game. Changer and women are getting access to space. They've been pushed out of for too long. Maybe the state media outlet wouldn't take them seriously but now that may be something that they're posting goes viral. They're able to find other women join together and then join that online organizing offline presence as well to really push for change of for career before. I let you go one question i do want to ask. You is whether you faced a backlash at for speaking out. definitely I guess That tax did come in waves and they directed at you know several individuals. We had one One of The activists meriem away. Su that was arrested By the by the saws which is notorious For abusing You know young. Men in southern nigeria. So yeah she was. She was arrested. we were accused of a feathering. The you know the politics of the opposition By how you know how we were calling out you know some of the some of the abuses that had been alleged and We were accused of You know furthering a western agenda trying to infiltrate our society and promote the lgbtq Writes in our society. So you know a lot of these things A lot of the backlash really did have an effect in how The the movement actually progressed. Because as you know in an ultra conservative society religious one at that One of the the most damning things you you can be accused of. Is you know promoting a western agenda and An lgbtq agenda so having done that We found ourselves to be you know. Receivers of constant abuse An attack and even during one event in sokoto which is like ultra ultra conservative We had you know protesters during the sixteen days of activism Actually beating up and arrested by the by the police because the silicon of sokoto who is the leader of the muslim sect here In in northern nigeria and nigeria. As a whole still everyday rzeszow. So so it's still really dangerous for you and and for the women to speaking out. Listen i thank you so much for sharing your story with us and do stay safe Ungrateful chief for sharing that megan stein. Thank you for talking to us. Co author of that book awakening metoo and the global fight for women's rights. Now how to kill your family is the dark comic. First novel by journalist and writer bella mackey grace has calmly murdered six members of her family. And he's having a prison sentence for murder that she didn't actually commit now. She's determined to avenge your mother who was rejected and humiliated by her rich father and died in penury grace dreams up complex clever ways to pick off each member of her family. Pleased to say that. That bella is with us now. Good morning morning. Thanks i remain. It's a pleasure and it's quite funny reading this book. You shouldn't really like grace. Should she says she's essentially a monster kind of with all the way which.
How Are Words Added To The Dictionary?
"My name is emma and niamh eight years old. And i live in mount washington kentucky and my question is how do we get added to the dictionary. Great question emma. We took your question directly to one of the people who actually gets to do. The adding my name is emily brewster. And i am a lexicographer. Which means that. I am someone who writes and edits. Dictionaries lexicographer is a very big word it's also a great word can you break down. Where does that word come from. Shore the sokoto part means word. It's also related to the word lexicon which is a collection of words like dictionary and also like the words in a language. those are both called lexicon. 's and the graph for part of lexicographer is the same graph for you here in photographer and in videography for an cartographer that has to do with Writing originally But it is you know has to do with creating things making things. Does that mean you make new words. I'm not actually allowed to create the words. But i get to define the new words. Lexicographers never make words up. Oh so you help us understand. Exactly what a word means and what other words we would use to describe that word. Yes a lexicographers job is kind of like a scientist job very much actually. We are scientists of the language and we are always watching the words that people are using and figuring out exactly what the words mean in all the different situations that people use them and so we will write definitions for a new word when we see that word being used by a lot of people in a lot of different situations with a meaning that is clearly used throughout all these different
"sokoto" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"sokoto" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast
"God is going to push you out there but yeah in high school. I wish i had a mentor. I wish someone would tell me all this stuff. So i just had to go back to the bible had trust god and just take day by day a sokoto. I think your experience in is school is one that Particularly those who would follow us. That may be in the military or maybe in a very secular environment need to understand that we try to fit in when really people who don't have a relationship with christ what they desire most i think is is authenticity. They want to see faye played out..
"sokoto" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine
"All right. For the whole family. Would do. Well, we might as well keep trucking right we are. We also covered his. Pretty much most recent film right now looks like he's got some coming up this year or maybe a strap this year but killing from twenty eighteen. This is another. Pretty divergent film from his catalog. Is I know it. But yeah, it's an interesting one. I'll just to kind of talk about the plots quickly it's the Samurai movie and. It's about. This Ronin. Who is being scouted by? This elderly a Samurai. I guess and. To go fight it's during that a believe it's the dawn of the. Edge and if that's what you're, right right But he has this good friend and they kind of trained together and his good friend isn't quite. Up to the same speed as him, but he's a farmer. So it's he's not the same right by trade and his friend. The farmer also has a wife and two wife and the main Character Samurai seemed to have a little something going on. But. Yeah. So this is this Elderly Samurai, comes to scout them and. Things go awry. But This just on a sort of superficial level. Obviously it's like I was saying before we get these different levels of supermodel between these three movies. This one is very genre. Forward indifferent in in it being Osama iphone but it still has a lot of the same landscape textures that we get from vital, just a little different, but you know the. The the foliage is is a big part of this movie in a in a really cool way. and. It's it's interesting just to see how especially having watched. A fair amount of Samurai movies in the last year. So whatever like getting used to a certain type of Movement in choreography and just to watch Sokoto kind of not care at all about certain classic style that ensued the same exact way that he would shoot somebody in Tokyo chasing after..
"sokoto" Discussed on Yazilar � Panik Dergi
"On abolished. Thank you tim. Side than the commercial among the Doru giddy assignment Zanthosyn. Almost do you talk to us on Tim Is Mr yet is are not considered the psyche buzz and auditions again on that. Duma them kidding mediated own system that your mission Gabby high-altitude but not chalk saved to Q. Certain as to my Atlema getting all do me. They cutting for years. They said you really SORTA buzz. Then you'd say the Book Again. Show a kitchen bluetooth on Kuwait Nydia nature among Sokoto ball the Anita each side. That beat us. I let us in touch. Stay really midday. The binney remaining damage to Kuwait Navy.
Cortisol: What It Does & How To Regulate It
"All is often called the stress hormone because of its connection to the stress response however cortisol is much more than just a hole in this released. When we're stressed it's one of the steroid homes and it's made in the ADRENAL guns. So most cells within the body cortisol receptors and the secretion of course oil is controlled by the hypothalamus. The church rebound on the ADRENAL gland and together. They're often referred to as the HBA access web. MD described Cortisol as nature's alarm system. It works with certain. Poke your brain to control your mood. Hilo Survey Shen and fear and especially in helping fuel your body's fight or flight instinct in a situation of crisis Sokoto levels can fluctuate among individuals and then people at different times of the day so normally cords those present in the body at high levels in the morning thing and its lowest at night and then the cycle will repeat daily. Most of our body cells have cortisol receptors so it affects many different functions in the body. The hypothalamus Ella. And the treasury land can really sense whether the level of Cortisol in the blood is at the optimal levels of the levels. Too Low you're just the amounts of Holman it makes and vice versa. Your Reno Gladdens. Pick up these signals. They Find Shunde amounts of cortisol lay release the receptors as I said there are many different cells in the body as as well also use the whole nut in different ways and all needs because all differ from day to day. Say for instance when your body's on high alert cortisol can alter or shutdown functions that it gets in the way Saddam I includes you'll digestible reproductive systems or your immune system to really focus on releasing cortisol and giving you that vital flights instinct so the functions that the court so might be involved in include helping control your blood sugar levels regulating your metabolism helping to judicial inflammation and assisting thing with memory formulation as well and his controlling effect on salt and water balance and helps control blood pressure and then within a also supports the development of the fetus during during pregnancy as well so it makes crucial whole note to protect overall health and well big to where does the link of course all Stroman Nielsen here. Ono dangerous levels of course solar solar increasing cortisol levels in the body. Say where this will come from. Let Your Body perceives stress. Your adrenal glands. Other said make release the coastal intial bloodstream. And this causes. Is it increasing your heart rate on your blood pressure and the whole trick is a flood of glucose stop supplies and immediate energy. Large Muscle was lost. Also inhibiting insulin. Production Reduction so that glucose work be stored but will be available. For media's use it also narrows your arteries whilst another home at the effort increases your heart rate right so working together. They fall short blood to pump harder and faster as you confront as The situation of conflict you might be and so when you're in a constantly hi pace false coach that steaming or leading you to a loss of high stress this can lead to higher more prolonged levels of cortisol in the bloodstream. Obviously because if they halston constant blood pumping around your body to your heart. Working Foster are the narrowing of the arteries it can lead to some negative effects. Such as high as I said high blood pressure it can lead to impaired cognitive performance a decrease in muscle tissue lowered immunity and inflammatory responses in the body and also increased abdominal fat. But why why is this happening really so the way game is often resolve yourselves crying out for energy. Because you're using the energy from the glucose instantly and so your body may send signals to your brain. You're hungry and you need to eat so again. You keep eating as you know. Having energy stored for later use the constricted arteries and high blood pressure can lead to blood vessel damage plaque buildup in your arteries and this could set the stage for a hostile stroke but there are ways to take action. Obviously see your doctor if you're having any symptoms solve chronicle stressful had higher levels of stress for a long period of time. Make sure you're aware and you reflect on whether you are stressful. Take time out of your day to manage this Lupi through a mindfulness breathing exercise or some form of physical exercise like yoga or even run and show getting adequate sleep and if needed take some time away and spend it your friends and your family because all of this can contribute to lowering your stress levels and therefore lowering your coastal levels to proventil proventil. The issues I've just laid out
News in Brief 27 September 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the UN's top human rights body agreed on Friday to dispatch a fact-finding mission to Venezuela in response to grave concerns about killings and other abuses linked to the country's ongoing political and economic crisis. The development follows a vote at the Human Rights Council Council that was supported by less than half of the forms forty seven member states including several South American countries such as Colombia Argentina and Peru the resolution Lucien condemned the widespread targeted repression and persecution on political grounds in Venezuela the excessive use of force against peaceful protests and during security operations nations in addition it highlighted arbitrary detention torture ill-treatment extrajudicial executions and enforced disappearances carried out by these special action forces and WPRO government civilian armed groups at least six thousand people have been killed insecurity operations since January two thousand eighteen the resolution maintained while also urging the authorities not to release all political prisoners immediately this includes the twenty-seven individuals identified by High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet earlier this month to Nigeria now where more than forty thousand people have left the country's northwest seeking shelter Inisia- after an upsurge in attacks since the start of the year the escalating being violence in Sokoto Zamfara and casino which has been attributed to criminal gangs rather than terrorists has led to a new humanitarian emergency in Jazz border regions the the UN refugee agencies payback Belloc told journalists in Geneva on Friday people seeking safety from indiscriminate attacks unleashed by organized armed in groups on men women and children alike there have been frequent reports of kidnapping torture extortion murder sexual violence and destruction of houses and property on September eleventh alone more than two thousand thousand five hundred people fled when civilians were targeted by armed groups on the Nigerian site. UNHCR the refugee agency agency is working with local authorities and partners to assist refugees many of whom are arriving traumatized and with few belongings new arrivals are registered in six mobile units units installed in the border regions while any field office has also opened with emergency staff to respond to the humanitarian needs and finally Zimbabwe should do more to embrace and safeguard democracy atop appointed rights investigator said on Friday at the end of the first visit there by an independent expert appointed by the Human Rights Council in a statement Clement Nia. Let's see ruler the special rapporteur on the rights to freedom of Peaceful Assembly expressed his support for the government's stated commitment wittman to democratisation but two years since Emerson Mnangagwa's became president after the removal of longtime leader Robert Mugabe Mr urged the authorities to go further in promoting people's rights and engage in genuine dialogue with all those affected by austerity measures in his appeal these special reporter cited concern over the excessive use of force by by police and military during protests putting troops in the streets was becoming commonplace he added while also insisting that it was vital for police or military personnel who committed human rights violations relations to be held accountable. Mr Rules comments come as you and aid agencies continue to warn of widespread food insecurity in the country which has been left reeling by a slow-burning economic collapse made worse by drought and the impact of cycling die in March according to a recent update by humanitarian coordinating agency Archer some at five and a half million people in rural areas are now food insecure. This is in addition to two point two million people in urban areas Daniel Johnson U._N. News.
"sokoto" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Finally with knew about it sometime after a while. I get student stop me on the campus walk Sam. Hey, the cubs guy, once you book gonna get done, you know. So it's just all took a life on its own. I just had a had a had a really good time doing discovers the neat things that I that I that will never known before, for example, I was going to this. Title Evening Post page by page. I don't think that was available online and I just, you know, especially in eighteen ninety three when the west side grounds but was built down. I came across a flipped over on microfilm and it was marvel drawing of of, of the old west side grounds now. And so I had a nice laser copy made of that. And I have it in the book and as well as their clubhouse and some other things I spent a whole weekend trying to discover why when and why the club left the south side park. This is after the players league for the west side grounds. And, and I found out and I literally did spend a whole weekend. And I trying to figure this out, I said, have a chronology at the beginning of the book, the kind of maps, not their whole history from phone from the civil war time up to about one nineteen to when they became the cubs and I discovered that the president that time Jim. Hard who succeeded our spouse ball. He leased the southside park to the promoters of a world's fair college baseball tournament. And so he moved all of the team's games to the west side grounds for the remainder of the season. And I remember the cubs cub story, untold me God. That's a great fine. I've always wanted to find that information to and they just kept on going to databases going through microfilm, and again after an entire weekend found he thought it just made my day count. That's one thing. I really, really wanted to find, and I've noticed sometimes researchers. And this is too often, I guess, they'd be they may be the same story sometimes. And sometimes they aren't really through like I can think of two or three books cubs histories, that we that we Pete, well, after the cubs after the this Scotto team lost their real crucial game about at least three sources say that the Sokoto to Beaune be predator printed editorial says. Chicago needs Representative club and organization as great as enterprise, and wealth one the not allow the second baked clubs of everybody in the north west to carry away all the honors and baseball contests. And I didn't wanna just cited side. I'm seeing even though they gave the date, but I couldn't find it in the Tribune I got the two on microphone. I couldn't find it on a database. And so, my twin brother and I were in Chicago, he went to the public library. We started checking newspapers couldn't find it there. And then I asked a friend who's been quite a few books on the cubs. And he knew right away. What newspaper would probably be in Chicago times the he went to this public library, sell and found the article on that day and copied it, and send it to me. So that was a real real fine too. I spent hours our trying to verify that by trying to bear that all I didn't wanna have any secondary research that I didn't know about what's actually two in the book. Almost like a search for holy grail, so to speak or maybe multiple ones. Let's let's, let's really back a little because the smart Aleck. Cub fan out there. Right. Well, probably say, oh, of course, you know, they started as the Chicago White stockings, which is obviously interesting to White Sox fan, the current generation. Right. But most people probably will say those smart. Alex, we'll probably say, oh, yeah, it was back with the National League was was begun in eighteen seventy six and they were charter franchise. But before that, though, right? The cubs, actually begins much earlier than that. And maybe you can give us a little bit of a synopsis of the national association even before that given the natty in there, you know, pre pre professionalizing, I guess, of the sport altogether Scotto, really, like baseball, okay? There were like a handful of teams before the civil war. But in eighteen sixty six after the civil war, the city had about thirty city thirty. No. Some professional team strong which teams then the civil war had been tough. And even people want some enjoyment, even the Sakado community big editorial about how you know, let's go to the game play baseball have a good time. And and they were really looking forward to the game. That's done it all took place in July twenty first eighteen sixty eight between a real strong. The Kogyo Excelsior was one of the strongest teams in the midwest and the Cincinnati buckeyes like ten thousand people had gathered to the accessors play. And again, it was one of the best teams in the mid west eighteen sixty seven they had one Ken games and lost only one and that game, the Sukagaw celsius lost to the Cincinnati buckeyes, you know, forty three to twenty two in fact, that's what inspired that quotation. I read that what Chicago needs is a good club, and people are really embarrassed, and they're really embarrassed. Because at that time, Cincinnati Cincinnati red stock is one of the was getting all. Recognition there around the country. Now they were they were found in eighteen sixty six there were the came around the country and, and teen sixty nine I think it went all fifty seven of its games. And anyway, they, they, they wanted to get a piece of recognition here and so a group of businessmen met together, and Toby teen, sixty nine and there they met to form professional club in the and the word went out now. We want to get a club going, and they had advertisements and some of the leading sporting publication. Then they signed talk, my, my hero. So because it got, Jimmy, would, you know talk about Ernie banks being missed a cub well, in my, my Mr. cub is Jimmy would al- although I guess you'd say he was Mr White stock in, but he was very first player signed most players back then got about fifteen hundred dollars he would he got to two thousand dollars. And, and, and, and, and that was that. It was how the team came about, and he himself went, and Amanda, I've Tom Foley was one of the father of American billiards. By the way, he went to various places out east because teams and they eventually signed signed a good team. And then April twenty ninth eighteen seventy they went to play one of their first games and Saint Louis Saint Louis uniform. You think Lewis unit unions, and they had white stockings and supposedly, and of course, this is douty license and dally, but it could be talkable, but wanna be articles that I had a voice claimed. Oh, look at the white stockings and that name stuck. And that's how they became known as the white stockings. And by the way they want that game forty seven to one. The two. That's all. That's how it all started. But that's all the before even anything quote, unquote organized. Right. This is really kind of really warm if stuff we're not even at the yet, let me, let me get into that. Yeah. Okay. Whole sport was changing at that time to okay? The, the ministry of body at that time when the impre- sixties even wasn't now in the in their pre sixties. I'm in the mid fifties called the national association of baseball player that been organized in eighteen fifty eight and included a lot of amateur amateur teams and maybe about a dozen or so professional teams the amateurs play for fun the professionals play for money. And these, of course he's salary teams with growing popularity dad the dust players. Of course, they could generate the highest interest and they could generate the large ticket sales. Unfortunately, though, there are a lot of problems going on this time. And that's what part of the fun, and some of my research, some of the stories in fact, even including the whites. Doc involving the gambling going on at that time. The throwing of games called hippodrome main. Thank God for Paul Dixon's baseball dictionary. Because all these names that never heard about before hippodrome ING was throwing a games, revolvers, the Daime Bowers, does refers to people who broke their contacts, like jumping from one team to another the one that often the most money they would go to their go to them alcohol. Drinking white stockings had its share those later on game. Scheduling was haphazard at best, which made playing for the championship difficult. Some teams would form and play a few home games at earns the money then they just banned when they when they had to go travel, you know, the and that, that would cost money. So in March eighteen seventy one, the white stockings I think it was nine other professional teams. They began a New York City, and, and they formed, what's called the national association of professional baseball players. And. Soon to be called the national association so that they discussed rules, they'd charge an entry fee, each team would play the best. The auto five games and. And they that Vela TIMMY, fluke few clubs and they had to pay a lot of exhibition games, of course against amateur clubs to make any money. But still, there was still gambling. They're still throwing the ball games. They hippodrome ain't and, and it's the largely player run organization that no central leadership, simply not up to the task and saw the game fixing really kept people away the alcoholism, the rowdiness on the part of the players as well as fans. Also, the Cincinnati red stockings that talked about there were so good and else Baldy mentions this in his autobiography that they're winning discourage other clubs. You know, why do we get a team together? You know, the Red Sox are gonna win and the small team from the small cities locked financial. Backing the large city teams, the mediocre team didn't attract large crowds. Of course, took in the money. They were still revolvers and the, the example. The really started William Haubert is kinda like Mr., Mr White stocking back in that area too. In terms of the administration, he largely became was largely recognized. I think finding the hall of fame and maybe the mid nineteen ninety. But anyway, he's started the whole team ninety five but he's, he's seminal figure and all this William, yes. So he's a figure okay? And he was a secretary of the of the Chicago, that's a cargo club at that time, which is called Chicago baseball baseball club. But anyway, man named Davy force. I can't remember his position, but the famous example though he'd be new disco contact. But then he signed with Delfi the Philadelphia athletics. And so this report ticked off Wei in Hobart, and the Nassau associates had judiciary committee, and he ruled in favor of Chicago. No, your revolver here. You sign with cargo you keep it, but the then the them. That baseball conference. It was a newly elected committee. Any thought it was Philadelphia. And said, okay. No, no, no. The they, they did not sign the contract. Chicago didn't sign the contract correctly. You go to adult the, and this really incense William Hobart, and he saw point blank. Then how the wealthy teams in the east big thing about the teams in the east adult New York, some other ones with powerful, influential manager they control the whole league. And that's he started thinking about how he could change things. One of the first things he did and eighteen seventy five. He lured pitcher else. Baldy from the Boston. The Boston team was one of the best teams at that time else balding was there and the big four, which was second base baseman Ross Barnes, catcher, James, deacon, white, by the way, he mentioned a Royal annoy. That's finally he died in Illinois. And he finally made it to the hall of fame just a couple of years ago. And indulge Cal McVey also infielder, Adrian on the Philadelphia flex, we hired all them. And that's what really got his team going and, and later on. He noticed that the, the western teams financially supported the east the eastern teams. I mean Chicago being one of the western teams up time the Westwood park really mid west, the Saint Louis Brown. Stockings Louisville grays Cincinnati red stockings. They call them the western teams and he realized a lot of these teams and they played they got they, they garner, so much more money in ticket sales. But one these western teams went out east fewer people would go to the games. And so they weren't making as much money. And so he he in the western teams met in late eighteen seventy five and then later on. And by the eastern teams to meet in early eighteen early February eighteen seventy six and they formed. The National League. No, they had a entity of a hundred dollars. No club could be admitted to the National League from the city of fewer than seventy five thousand people no club from the same city as a member club, or within five miles could join because he said, they could see how money was being siphoned.
"sokoto" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Some awkward moments out of Jonassant Sokoto when he plays at crowd. And this is what he has to address in the off season. He's got to be better off all over the floor the commitment for Toronto sprint back ahead of him turn wall him up. He drives Justice chest. Marcus five ridge. He's literally around him. He awkwardly fumbles the basketball. So this is their best player. He might end up being the MVP of the league. And yet there is one glaring hole with his game. And that's his inability to take over the score from anywhere on the floor as the best player for this team the way the letter did. And I think if they end up losing the series, Jonaissant's Kupa, if you want to take it to the next level, there's really no answer for you. You're gonna have to Adam mid range game and an ability to score when the lane is loaded up against you because he has really struggled with it in this. Striking from the perimeter collaborated seventeen is the raptors put themselves in position to advance the NBA finals for the first time again van bleed huge seven makes in thirteen tries from beyond the arc who's on sportscenter with speed P too big for us. We were prepared for this on this. Why we work all year at the end of the basketball games guy will go out there. We played away we play we play. Well, we're going to win if we don't we lose sometimes as simple but go out there tonight and take care of business and put yourself in great position to try to get it done in Toronto. That's gotta be our goal. I think we're battle-tested you know, I think that we had a tough series Orlando. China's thought Philly really challenged us. And we just been through these moments before we've had ups and downs route the season injuries and a lot of versity. So we've been able to push through, and that's bode well for us and his playoff. So obviously, we know what he's going to give us a big shot and good push, and we've got a Bill to whether to storm so Janas gave the bucks. Two dozen despite rolling his ankle. His team is now one loss. From elimination this the league. Going going gone. I'm not going go of it. And even the, you know, the dates on the hit us in the month. I can't fold we're gonna come back to Milwaukee being pissed like you cannot full. You got to go out there and give anything if we lose we lose, okay, cool. But be not going forward as a team. And that's what we do. Stephen A on sports on the flip sock, getting that from the Greek freak with seeing limitations. He's limited with his post move. He's limited when a crowd delayed, he doesn't have any mid range game to speak up, and on top of it all.
"sokoto" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"sokoto" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Normal pets, his friend starts and for this episode. We are we're dealing with. You'll pod I think is episode five or six now so array the are kind of interesting they are very difficult to describe. So if you have heard any of the prior than you have heard description in general just recap they are the moments between time the unexplained supernatural feelings that we have with life. They are the mysterious movers of objects and sounds they are urban legends. They are go stories their animal spirits. They are Comey helpers unit. That's what they are. In fact, on one other yo since I can insert a few human ones in here includes pretty interesting figure, which is the pillow mover yoke high. So when you wake up, and you discover that your pillow is at your feet that is why that is a spirit that is missing with you. There you go. And actually it turns out that there's a theory behind this. And that is that in Huda spoke for Buddha died with his head to the north and so- lying to with your head to the north essentially was considered a death. Pose it was kinda tempted to face a dive and people did not sleep in that direction. They after time slept with their head to the south. And so finding your pillow or your tire body swapped around because sometimes he's probably will move you now stupider, which is even creepy, but they're pranksters they're not malicious. But it's kind of one of these things that supposed to shock you when you wake up. So there you go this entire series of upsets is actually inspired by students from my college. I taught an IDS six course Sokoto hotted actually with another professor. This course consisted of introduce humanities in comp. One those of which can be kind of tedious to teach and to study, except that my COPA suggested we do something like a man myth monsters and magic type of class lens. And so we talked about all sorts of monsters talked about a ghost says very happy animal ghosts in where wolves of fun. And at the end of the students had projects and one of those projects included the Yokoi. And so one of the students suggested I get the book of your prime mysterious creatures of Japanese folklore from university of California press, which I did. And man o'day. Do they have Yokoi what I do love is that I posted on the paranormal pets Facebook page and somebody responded to me and said if you're doing on your pie, you'll be doing them forever. That is actually not my goal. It is kind of a fun series in long as I have the resources and the time trying to work ahead a little bit for twenty seventeen twenty sixteen massively with the exception of the earth which actually knock on wood did pretty well the recipe twenty sixteen I'm not so sure about an I don't know what it is as I said, I talked to others other artists of other art events. It's just like everybody. Is over twice extreme. They're just tired. They're burned out. And it seems to be my description of it is that it's the series of emotional Hendro swings. And usually for every one good swing that you get there are too bad. So within the same week, I found out, you know, things like art was going into Emily arena. And then they changed all the deadlines on the thesis. And I was not going to be ready and would not graduate with another graduate degree this semester. I have never missed these line. But you know, what technically already got six degrees including a doctorate. So I just decided to give myself a break, but it still felt weird and I felt very uninspired this year. So I'm hoping that twenty seventeen at least maybe the inspiration will be back, and we'll have a little fun. So with all that being said, let us take a look at the Teneke for the ten of cod. Putting on how you want to say I will warn you my pronunciation as with every episode. Are probably terrible. I speak. I speak English. I'm not sure I know I speak pub..
"sokoto" Discussed on Nickel Package
"You know, whatever, you deem is being the range with which you know, he needs to be paid. If you're not comfortable paying him there. And you think that you have another alternative that will give your team a chance both short term in long-term to be better. Then I'm all for the go ahead and do it. Go ahead. That's fine. I'm just saying as an overall blanket philosophy to say once a quarterback reaches upper echelon status, you just gotta let them go ahead and walk down the road and find the next guy because of this will hamstring your team as far as you being able to get other guys. I think that that's ignorant. I don't I don't think that's true. But if if the Sokoto bears of Matt Nagy feels as though look I can do better. There's someone I can get my hands on who was going to do better. Who's going to open up our offense more give us a better chance to win regardless of where where we drafted Mitch in regards to the fact of how important this position is look then go ahead and move on. I'm all for it. I'm just saying case of Russell out. It is. It is good. It is. But you don't see that takes confidence in your eye for you know, being able to evaluate your own on it. It takes confidence in your eye to be able to evaluate people on the outside who you're going to bring into your organization. It takes confidence in your ability to extract. You know, the best play you can possibly extract for them from them. Once you get once, you get them that means that you have to be confident in what your own program in which your own teaching protocol is the strength of your coaching staff to strengthen the players surrounding this kid. It takes confidence a lot of things in quite honestly, I think that that kind of sums it up for me. I don't I don't think people really have confidence in their programs, otherwise they wouldn't constantly be looking for easy ways to try to. To try to construct football teams in ways in which they could, you know, I guess this cover their rear ends and say, look, this is the way things people are doing things right now. This is the way I'm going to do things. And if it doesn't work out, I can just point to the fact that well that's the trend right now. That's the way. And and that's what seems to be happening. As far as quarterbacks discussion. The trend is an in the prevailing wisdom is in the narrative is you have to have a young quarterback in that way. You can destroy money at the rest of the roster and you increase your chances of being successful. And it just it's not that simplistic, it's not it's case by case. And as you mentioned with Mitch Trubisky. It's going to be that's going to be a very interesting case because I think that could go either way it really could go with them. I I mean, I think after the season if he's stays at the same level of play lost your he's a young guy. So I'm not, you know, who knows they should definitely at least draft draft in develop. They will be entertaining other options. There's no there's no question about it. If he doesn't and as far as like this veteran a conversation. I think you're right. Like it is on the team to draft and develop around the. Veteran and there's no better example than this things who again should have been in the Super Bowl last year. And it's just so funny how these small sample size in the NFL dictate. Our how we talk about trends when the right call is made. And it's we had to veterans..
Trump's "new" border wall section dates to Obama era
"Stories, President Trump heading to collect Sokoto to inspect the recently completed section border wall ABC's Alec stone. In collects go says, there's been debate about who's wallet is because the idea to replace it started under President Obama the idea to replace the section of border wall started under President Obama. But as we've done more digging it was at Trump administration that got the ball rolling. It was picked as a priority under President Obama. And there was a wall already here. It was replaced, but it wasn't until twenty seventeen that funding was actually secured for this
"sokoto" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"sokoto" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"I can do this. Now right now much that pickup. Everybody we go to my room. I got something for you. And at that moment, I didn't care about anything anymore. And he we go in and he stigma syringe out. And I remember looking and I go. I want to paint going. I didn't care and shoots me up. And then as soon as she did I went oh became a plant of sitting at sweating, and I go, oh, no. I got you told them. That's the reason you're over sweating. I remember we go to dinner that night. I was nothing. I couldn't eat. I was so how can you find this ill? It's the worst pay was gone, literally, three seconds items gone. But it took me I think maybe he gave does he that. Right. You know, it could have done what type of that. Maybe would still hold helped. But yet that really messed me mentally going wild. How can somebody lily before when this kind of stuff? And then I knew every time. I saw sweating riot. He was taking that stuff. What was shooting up? No Bain new. Yeah. Do-does that's one of the things that I heard about because you know, the might about it's kind of made popular are all wanna come from an insurgent drug or whatever. And then some of the guys in the business. I come from. We started gravitating towards you never something that I came across. But I just learned. To a needle in my Cup of tea. But that was the one and only time don't don't fuck with a new baby, right? Yeah. Very I had to real short thing that after my last five of my niece. She got really fast stuck going wrong, and I recognized it right away. And I go, and I because obviously was increasing the amount so fast. I'm talking to the doctor went from find it in from Noriko to to to Koto because it's not hard on your liver. And then suddenly I go like I went to a show. I still didn't realize that my buddy really needed it. And I was so mad at a different state at the flight Beckett. Flight was delayed, and I had no medication and L A started to shake in the in the airplane own. And I go home my got. And I got I went to the doctor, and I still doing homework on how to get off of this and everything and there was stuff that's called suboxone. You know, that you have to see that contemporary you off and and he didn't want to give it to me. And I got really violent at him. You know, he got scared there. I say turned me into junkie, dude. I mean, I okay. I did it I took it. But I really it was so stupid about at dinner. But it was thankfully, it was only for like five months, then when you were on the Sokoto Beijing taking a lot of ice and perks no fights that I think that in the beginning. But what you go you Dr cotton. This is the thing. Like, I told you about my body. How crazy you made this my liver is so insanely good? It learns how to break things down really fast. So I go from two taking two pills to four pills in a week and Sunday four become eighth and some the if you start taking twenty a day, nor Koshi go like while. I still remember the day that I could nine on my mirror. I wouldn't not go over that number. I I simply could because Bain was there. And then and then the doctor says this this way too much Tylenol, very hard on your liver. That's why they go to oxycodone because there has no Thailand the spent better for you live. And then when I heard that word it helps, but that was for me it into months, I stopped everything. And I cut it out leaving up on. On a heavy duty note, tell me one story before you leave, and you know, because I've been wanting to know either about a story and republi which Japan, nobody knows that. There's a story about Leon French fries..
Former CDC director arrested on sex abuse charge
"He was seventy six years. Old a longtime confident of President Trump and his family. Has been granted immunity in the investigation of the president's former lawyer and hush money, payments, Trump organization. CFO Allen Weisselberg is said to be cooperating with authorities the White House has. Put the brakes on a planned diplomatic trip to North Korea Our, saga megani has details the president has. Told secretary of state Mike. Pompeo to delay planned trip next week to be on, young saying there has. Not been enough progress toward denuclearization
When Cyclone Mekunu hits land its expected to have the force of a category 2 hurricane; 17 missing so far and expected to rise
"In humans but the results suggest the capsule could eventually be used in people to find signs of ulcers inflammatory bowel disease or even colon cancer texas instruments and the national science foundation helped pay for the research researchers are now seeking patents for the capsule the bus driver in last week's fatal school bus crash in new jersey has been charged ap correspondent warren levinson reports a criminal complaint accuses the school bus driver seventysevenyearold hootie multo of vehicular homicide and affadavit charges mold wrote drove the bus taking fifth graders on a field trip across three lanes of interstate highway traffic in an apparent attempt to reach a turnaround marked official use only the bus was hit by a dump truck that collision severed the bus body from its undercarriage and injured everyone in both vehicles fifth grader and a teacher on the bus were killed i'm warren levinson the deadly cyclone mukunu is churning in the arabian sea toward oman ap's john gambro in salons does the area's prepped for the storm's arrival this weekend mukunu has already hit the yemeni island in the arabian sea and now it's on track to hit southern oman i'm right now in kuala which is one of the biggest cities in oman where people are already starting to down their homes and those who are fearful at gone into local schools that have been turned into shelters says reports from yemen have people in oman concern there in the cadre officials say there are seventeen people who are missing after the storm and the local governor of sokoto says they believe those people are dead umbrellas says the numbers of those missing and dead include yemenis indians am sudanese and are expected to rise cycling mukunu hits land is expected to have the force of what would be considered a category two hurricane hi i'm brian mckendrick store manager of your new chantilly as a new.
Cyclone Mekunu nears Oman's coast, kills 12-year-old girl
"And food to be restored across the country world news from the bbc the president of colombia han manuel centers has announced that he's countries to become the first in latin america to be given a special partnership status with nato he said the tattoo ceremony at the organization's headquarters in brussels next week columbia will be named as a global partner a court in cameroon has convicted seven activists from the country's anglophone minority of rebellion and terrorism and has given them sentences ranging from ten to fifteen years they include the group's leader manchu bbc radio presented in the english speaking northwest region but his grace to hollywood film producer harvey weinstein's has he'll plead not guilty to all allegations against him after he appeared in court in new york charged with rape and sexual abuse the prosecutor told the court that mr weinstein had used his money and power to lure young women into situations where he sexually violated them he has nick bryant in new york photographed and filmed by scrum of press and paparrazzi harvey weinstein and to the police station in la manhattan with three large books under his arm one a back row by musicals but what mattress today with the words on his chargesheet accusing him of two counts of rape one count to the criminal sexual acts for incidents involving two separate women inside he was arrested fingerprinted and formerly books that about an hour later he was brought out flanked by two detectives wearing handcuffs and what looked like a wry smile a strong cyclone has made landfall in southern oman killing a twelve year old girl amounts second city salah has been hit by torrential rain high tides and winds which submerged several vehicles cyclone mukunu is expected to weaken to a tropical storm when it hits southern saudi arabia on saturday it's already wrought havoc to the yemeni island chain of sokoto tra five people are known to have been killed bbc news hello i'm jackie leonard and you're listening to the newsroom from the bbc world service the republic of ireland appears to be ready to liberalize its strict abortion laws exit polls suggest that more than two thirds of voters.
Rick Saccone concedes to Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania congressional race
"Service time warner's one of the nation's leading media and entertainment companies it owns hbo cnn and warner brothers studios among other properties in recent decades the federal government has not sought to stop blockbuster deals combining companies that don't compete with one another the justice department says they may not compete but these two companies will add up to one that's too large controlling both content and the way people consume it if the deal is blocked it could discourage future corporate mergers president trump has weighed in against the deal while attacking cnn and other media outlets but the presiding judge says that's not relevant to this case david folkenflik npr news the fourth winter storm to hit the northeast this month is exiting the region the nor'easter dropped about a foot of snow from parts of maryland up to maine you're listening to npr news congressional leaders have unveiled a one point three trillion dollar spending bill lawmakers have until friday night at midnight to pass spending legislation or the federal government faces another partial shutdown it's a huge bill about two thousand pages it spends more on military readiness and domestic programs such as early childhood education and money for opioid treatment and abuse prevention congressional negotiators have also agreed to spend more than one point six billion dollars on border security including fencing on the us mexican border more than a week after constituents in pennsylvania's eighteenth congressional district cast their votes republican rick sokoto has conceded defeat to democrat connor lamb from member station w e s a in pittsburgh kylie kaczynski reports in a tight race conner lamb captured the seat by fewer than eight hundred votes in a district easily won by donald trump in two thousand sixteen after a phone call with his opponent laminates his victory on his twitter page last night lamb's tenure will be short as the current eighteenth district will be dismantled under state supreme court ruling pennsylvania's congressional map will be redrawn and both lamb ansa cone will be running in different districts in the fall for npr news i'm kylie kuczynski in pittsburgh prosecutors in peru or asking a judge to stop outgoing president pedro kaczynski from leaving the country because inskeep has resigned over a corruption scandal he's company is accused of taking money more than a decade ago that was while he was in office from a brazilian firm that is embroiled in yet another corruption scandal i'm korva coleman npr news in washington support for npr comes from.
Pennsylvania special House election in Trump country is too close to call
"Tune in here with your news is eric rug beamed physicist stephen hawking died tuesday chicago time in cambridge england according to a family statement harking was diagnosed with a ls in his twenties eventually he was only able to move a single cheek muscle which are used to communicate through a computer hawking help black holes in the universe to the masses he was seventy six years old the associated press will not call the pennsylvania special election the republican candidate rick sokoto told his supporters that he would not give up the race has been extremely tight leading up to tuesday's election the democrat there connor lamb is holding a slight lead the race is being closely watched because it may give us an idea how republicans will do in the midterm elections especially in republican districts president trump won this district being contested by twenty point governor rauner has vetoed a gun bill that would have required the state to licensed gun dealers who made the announcement in southern illinois it's just not right it's it's unnecessary burdensome regulation it's redundant on top of existing federal regulation it's crushing to our small business owners and crates barack receipt it really doesn't help keep our community safer mayor emanuel says the governor put his primary election ahead of his primary responsibility to protect the safety of the people of chicago in illinois the governor is being challenged from the right in next week's primary secretary of state rex tillerson is out abc news chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz tells us there's high number of vacant positions at the state department it is really an unprecedented situation at state right now a ghost town just as that proposed historic meeting with kim jong un is being finalized there is no confirmed assistant secretary for east asia no embassador to south korea and no special representative for north korea policy he left just before the meeting was announced so all of the key people at state responsible for the region are an acting or interim positions but maybe mike pompeo can change all of that abc's martha raddatz president trump also fired his personal aide who was escort it from the white house he is being investigated for financial crimes also the ap is reporting the va secretary may be out and the secretary of energy rick perry may replace him preparations are underway for this year's saint patrick's day parade in chicago on saturday parade queen mary kate manion says you don't have to be.
Trump to seek to "harden" schools against shootings
"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman, President Trump is setting up a presidential commission to explore school safety. It's led by education secretary, Betsy DeVos, NPR's Scott Horsely reports. This is the president's first formal policy response to last month's deadly school shooting in Florida, the agenda ally. The White House is generally consistent with policy positions of the National Rifle Association that group supports arming teachers and other school staffers, as well as improving background checks. Although President Trump initially supported a higher age limit for gun purchases. The White House left that out of its recommendation to states. The NRA opposes higher age limits, though administration officials say the Presidential Commission will explore that idea. NPR Scott Horsely North Korean state media has been silent on the upcoming summits with the US and South Korea NPR's Illyes Hugh reports, South Korea suspects. It's because Pyongyang is being cautious North Korean state. Media hasn't covered Kim Germans invitation to meet US President, Donald Trump, the tightly controlled state information arms did note a visit to Pyongyang by South Korean on voice last week during which South Korea says, Kim invited South Korean president Moon Jae in and US President Trump for face-to-face meetings. Further the foreign ministry in Seoul says it has received no official response from the north about the US-North Korea summit Trump last week. Agreed to a meeting with Kim Jong un by May the two Koreas meanwhile will hold a summit at the inter-Korean border in April Elise Hugh NPR News soul voters in southwestern Pennsylvania head to the polls tomorrow for a special election in a congressional district that heavily favored President Trump for member station. W, E S A Lee herring reports on the surprisingly close contest polls. Show a statistical tie between Democrat, Conner Lam, a moderate and former federal prosecutor and Republican Rexecode an ardent conservative in. Member of the Pennsylvania house, The GOP isn't taking the race for granted. This past weekend Trump held a rally for succumbed to try to boost the candidate. The Republican has taken fire for running a campaign that some say, lacks the energy and discipline on Liam side for the GOP defeat here, what some called Trump country could foreshadow broader losses in the upcoming mid-term elections. National republican groups have spent millions on the race in there. Hoping Trump's visit will motivate enough voters to turn out for Sokoto For NPR News. I'm only herring in Pittsburgh. The National Weather Service is warning the Northeast that it's going to get its third strong winter storm to hit in two weeks. This could bring heavy winds and more than a foot of wet snow. That could mean more power outages on top of the outages. The customers got in the last two nor'easter's The Weather services also warning of the possibility of minor coastal flooding The storm is still developing. You're listening to NPR. The Trump administration is moving to limit who was granted asylum in the United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions has made legal filings this month that could affect people seeking the status Sessions is trying to eliminate what he calls rampant fraud and abuse in asylum applications. These have risen sharply. In recent years immigrant's rights activists save thousands of legitimate. Asylum seekers could be turned away including victims of domestic violence. Five people are dead after a helicopter crashed in New York City's east river from member station WNYC Sean Carlsson has more The Eurocopter a as 350 went down in the waters between the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens. Just after seven p. m. Sunday night Six people including the pilot were aboard the helicopter which was privately-chartered for a photo shoot police and firefighters responded to the scene. The New York City Police Department says, divers entered the water to cut loose the passengers who were still strapped into the submerge. Overturned helicopter Two people were pronounced dead on the scene. The pilot managed to free himself and was unharmed the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash For NPR News. I'm Sean Carlsson in New York in China, the National People's Congress has amended the country's constitution and abolished presidential term limits. It means at current president Xi Jinping we'll be able to rule indefinitely. A term limits were first put in place under Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1982 They were intended to stop any returned to the dictatorship of Mao Tse tung on Korver Coleman NPR News in Washington.