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"st thomas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

01:31 min | 1 d ago

"st thomas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"A novena to Saint Thomas Aquinas, day 6. Saint Thomas, you taught us to pray. Virgin full of goodness, mother of mercy. I entrust to you my body and my soul. My thoughts and my actions. My life, and my death. My Queen come to my aid, and deliver me from the snares of the devil. Obtain for me the grace of loving my lord Jesus Christ your son, with the true and perfect love. And after him, O Mary of loving you with all my heart, and above all things. Through the intercession of Saint Thomas Aquinas, grant me grace, a merciful God, to desire ardently all that is pleasing to thee. To examine it prudently, to acknowledge it truthfully, and to accomplish it perfectly for the praise and glory of thy name. In particular, please obtain the favor I asked during this novena. Grant me, O lord my God, a mind to know you, a heart to seek you. Wisdom to find you, conduct, pleasing to you. Faithful perseverance in waiting for you. And a hope of finally embracing you. Amen.

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"st thomas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

01:31 min | 4 d ago

"st thomas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"A novena to Saint Thomas Aquinas, day three. Saint Thomas, you have taught that. God loves his creatures, and he loves each one the more. The more it shares its own goodness, which is the first and primary object of his love. Therefore he wants the desires of his rational creatures to be fulfilled. Because they share most perfectly of all creatures, the goodness of God. And his will is in accomplish her of things. Because he is the cause of things by his will. So it belongs to divine goodness to fulfill the desires of rational creatures, which are put to him in prayer. Through the intercession of Saint Thomas Aquinas, grant me grace, a merciful God, to desire ardently all that is pleasing to thee. To examine it, prudently, to acknowledge it truthfully, and to accomplish it perfectly for the praise and glory of thy name. In particular, please obtain the favor I asked during this novena. Grant me, O lord my God, a mind to know you, a heart to seek you. Wisdom to find you, conduct, pleasing to you. Faithful perseverance in waiting for you. And a hope of finally embracing you. Amen.

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"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Preview in the mountains of California, there was a program that promised to fix troubled kids using a controversial form of therapy. Kids would come to that school because parents were absolutely desperate for some kind of help some kind of solution because they thought their kids were killing themselves. We were trying to save lives. We were in like a psychological sandstorm. You know, like everything was strange. You were. You were going to confront yourself. You're going to help you will confront you and you take a deep look at who you're on How you got there. I mean by today's standard would all be illegal. You're not allowed to touch students at all. We were always all over each other. Syria is not therapeutic community. It was a school where kids came to learn how to grow up. 12. Months ago, I began investigating the story of a 16 year old boy who had missing from a so called tough love residential program. What I discovered was that parents were sending their kids to this expensive therapeutic boarding school, not knowing that it was linked to what some it it's, uh, 50 temper traffic years that Douglas is standing by in the Hollywood Kid Traffic Center, home of the No dealer fee visit. Hollywood kid dot com. Good morning to you, Doug. Good morning, Jimmy In Northwest date, an accident westbound on Miami Gardens Drive before 87th Avenue has the center lane blocked. This report is sponsored by ST Thomas University, stu dot e d u in Kendall Lakes, Iraq Eastbound on Kendall Drive at 1 37 has the right lane blocked and in Broward Watch for a crash North Bouton 75 after Pines Boulevard your next update in 10 minutes. On news radio 6 10 w I o D. All right, Thanks. Very warm, Humid chance of equivalent shower early this afternoon, a lot less chance of rain,.

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"st thomas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"How the links do this weekend did well, yeah, they did. One on Saturday. They were playing. Yeah, they wanted their. They're playing for a potential by in the first round of the playoffs here, so it could be good stuff. So the partying was going on in my neighborhood because I'm over by ST Thomas and they had the big football game they want. Oh, they did. The kids across. They were picking up so many beer cans in their yard. I'm Sunday morning. I'm like, what are they doing over there? And they were just beer cans everywhere. Oh, yeah. So they were whooping it up. So, Yeah, I think people had pretty good weekends and it was it was some bring, you know, to watch the 9 11 in the morning and Kind of a seal that 60 minutes had amazing. Um, the full episode It's new again was devoted to the f D. N Y because, of course, 343 firefighters that day, and it was Powerful team so I might have to because they those guys knew they ran into the second tower after the first one went and they knew that it was going to go down. Well, they just wanted to see if they could save some people. It was just It was really, really a good 60 minutes and they never devote One hour to one thing, right things, right? Oh, it was pretty powerful Scott Pelley. Um did it and they talked to a lot of people and then they also had a little little thing. And how many kids of firefighters from that day are now in the f D n y. It was just excellent. Good sense. Something good to take Find. Yes, alright, lets him when we come back our next story. It's going to take us to segments to fit in everything that we have to say about the story. We can't get enough of Nothing but good times getting up with Jason and Alexis. The four of us now three are watching the days of our lives spinoff Beyond Salem on Peacock. I have a fun fact. Remember the guy the other hot guy at the party that's talking to the redhead,.

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"st thomas" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm Michael Knowles. I'm filling in. While Ben continues to make up new holidays, this iPhone basically going to be here for all of September and October. He might make some new ones in November. Happy Rosh Hashanah. To those who are observing today, including Ben Shapiro. I'm actually thrilled that I can be here today because The Libs are losing their minds right now, more than I have seen them do since the original trump election and they are losing their minds. They're tearing their hair out, rending their garments and gnashing their teeth because The people of Texas want to kill fewer babies. That's it. That's it's about this one law that the Texans through their democracy of past they want to limit the number of babies who will be killed through abortion. And I mean you're there now, creating alliances. I'm not joking with the Satanic Temple. Uh, their religious group. It's It's all very complex on the religious level on the scientific level on the political level at the constitutional level, and so I invited on Maybe my most intelligent friend. Certainly up there. This would be Dr Spencer Klavan, a man He holds degrees from Yale University, Oxford University. He's a PhD in classics. He is the associate editor of the Claremont Review of Books of the American Mind, Your hosts a podcast called Young heretics, and he had to to my mind the most brilliant an astute observation he tweeted out the other day quote. Loosely quoting My entire view of the Texas abortion law. Is that it is good to outlaw killing the babies. And I thought that, you know, I think you got to the heart of it, Spencer. Thank you for being on It's a pleasure now that you've called me your most intelligent friend. I'm also your only friends so true. You are You happened to be my dumbest friend. You happen. All right, you know Obviously you've got this very impressive background. You've read lots of books. And I can't believe that today it requires PhDs and all sorts of fancy thinking to to observe that it's bad to kill babies, and it's good to not kill babies. Yeah, you know, on the one hand the the deeper you study, the more you come back to the old truths such as it's bad to do infanticide, But I'm kind of not joking because the more I thought about it, the more I thought, like abortion logic. Is actually not this like new horror. It's just a back slide away from Christianity. And people don't understand this because Christianity is kind of everywhere in America and in the West. It just took over our brains so entirely that it looks like the self evident thing. But like eugenics, right, sacrificing babies to Mullah all of these hideous Things that we now rightly regard with absolute horror. You know these atrocities we had to be taught that they were atrocities by the revelation of Jesus Christ and by by many long centuries of Jewish teaching, and the fact that now people are saying, Oh, well, actually, we figured out like, you know, we can just, uh, if we just kill babies like you know, we can have a society where there's no Mental illness and we can have all of these things. You know if we sacrifice babies to our desire for money to our desire for beauty to our desire for power Well, then we can have all of these earthly goods. I mean, this is the oldest idolatry in the book and you know it's It's been practiced by cultures, some of which we otherwise would admire, like Sparta, for example, practiced a form of eugenics. And so what we need to understand, I think is that this is the baseline of humanity. The thoughts of man's heart are evil continually, and Isaiah says, woe unto those who call good evil and evil. Good and that's You know what's happening. You don't even have to be personally like a bad guy. If you buy into this logic, you eventually end up on the side of the Church of ST So I guess this is the part that to me. Is so It's so on the nose that I'm sort of scandalized that the left doesn't see it or the pro abortion people don't see it now. There was a piece in the Huffington Post about this that the Church of Satan or that Satanic Temple. I think there's some distinction that I I suppose I don't fully appreciate they are Attempting to overturn this Texas law by saying that abortion is the sacrament of Satanism that killing a baby is the sacrament of Satanism, which is an observation that Theologians and philosophers have made for a long time. Peter Craft famously said that abortion is the anti Christs perversion of the Eucharist. It even uses the same phrase. This is my body, which the priest says when he consecrates the host and the Libs say when they defend abortion. This is my body, so I even saw unrelated to the abortion law in Texas. That there are California Democrats. Who are having students chant prayers to the Aztec god of war. Also, god of human sacrifice. And then their their argument is no, no, no, It's not real Satanism. No, it's just kind of. It's just a clever little devilish joke. No, it's not really praying to the Aztec demon. God, it's But But what you're saying is no. If you if you do it if you do these things if you accept this logic Eventually you really are on the side of state. Right. I mean, the ironic distance gets smaller and smaller, The limit approaches zero as we go, you know, I think there are two philosophers that can help us to understand. This one is ST Thomas McQueen. It's a great hero and saint of of the Catholic Church, and another is the guys at the Babylon beef and the guys in the Babylon bee. The great the great satirists of our age. Have this running gag that everything they can't write satire because the world keeps catching up with them, right. They keep To make some joke.

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"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Be deemed legal and the other what, if, without legal clarity for the next few days. How far might school districts go to try to punish Any offending students. Second takeaway for you. Today is turning point. Maybe, hopefully so the supper search of Covid 19 cases has been you can insert your own adjective here. It wasn't that long ago that when someone mentioned Delta you thought of flying, and now you can actually be fine and Delta and you hear the name Delta and you still think of the virus. But we might finally be at a turning point. So last week was previously targeted by the University of Florida and Johns Hopkins researchers as the likely peak week for Covid 19 cases in our summer surge and the returns Other early not terribly impressive, but promising to Florida ended last week, with the three day decline in the weekly trend for daily cases. The numbers are still high as Florida averaged just over 20,100 new daily cases, But the trend is actually about 1600. Lower than the peak that we reached last week. What's more, is that the male clinics 14 day projection for new covid 19 cases. Also looking more promising as well, where even the average scenario looking out now over the next two weeks has a decline in new Covid 19 cases in Florida from here. So fingers crossed. My third takeaway for you today, we were warned. So Donald Trump reminded us of that in a Saturday night rally before a crowd in Alabama, one that in its size and enthusiasm is indistinguishable from the rallies during the peak of his presidency, And the biggest change was the slogan Gone is Make America Great again, or keep America Great. The theme is now Save America. And who does Trump think we need to be saving America from Joe Biden and the Democrats, And as Trump warned us last year, handing power over to them would present radical change. Guess what Most Americans now agree. And for the first time in Joe Biden's presidency is a net negative approval rating across the real clear politics. Average of all polls and the more engaged one is the less likely they are to support Joe Biden. His net approval rating is negative 1% with all polls but falls to negative 7% among likely voters. So the first step in saving America comes in next year's midterms and increasingly When you listen to Donald Trump. Might not be crazy. Talk to think that he could run for Congress and make a run. Speaker of the house, keep you posted. Be right back at the Brian Mud Show. NewsRadio 6 10. W I o D. Good morning. This report is sponsored by ST Thomas University, stu dot e d u westbound.

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"st thomas" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

Scuba Shack Radio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio for friday july thirtieth two thousand twenty one first up today about a week ago. I got the latest edition of divers alert. Networks magazine alert diver for me. It's a cover to cover. Read a tip of the hat to publish your stephen frink for an outstanding magazine. The second quarter. Two thousand and twenty. One edition is packed with some great stuff. There's a great article on shallow water. Arterial gas embolism. Yes it can happen. And in the dan was there from the section. You can read about how. Dan can make a difference when dc assets. There's also a great article on roett tan. If you're thinking about going there and you can also read about. The florida are flower. Garden banks national marine sanctuary and the thunder bay marine sanctuary in congrats to tech clock for being featured in the member profile. Like i said it's a cover to cover. Read for me and i look forward to every edition. Best of all comes with your membership alert. Diver is a first rate publication for those who are passionate about scuba diving back. In april. I told you about the us house of representatives select committee on climate. Change back then. They adjust completed their organizational meeting. So what have they been up to lately while it seems like there's been a lot they have had seven hearings before the select committee since then. Now here's a sample of some of those hearings. The first hearing was on the growing risks and costs of inaction one was on creating new jobs another on building. Resilient communities and transportation investments and i did watch one in the hearings for may and that was on the investments needed to modernize and expand the electric grid. It was interesting to hear the dialogue in questions. It seems that everyone is interested in doing something but sometimes it feels like if one side wins the other side loses. It was also interesting to hear chairman. Koster or chairwoman. Caster say that the american society of civil engineers rates are electric. Good as a c. minus. That doesn't sound good so let's hope. This committee keeps the ball rolling with bipartisan support. Our divers love going down to cosmo for some diving especially when it's cold up here in connecticut so we're going back there at the end of february to do some diving with blue angel but there is something new down there that seems interesting and it is called scuba hunt. I guess there are a number of huge concrete blocks just offshore from hemingway's down there. Well steve belkin has created a unique diving opportunity. Thirty calls scuba hunt a new diving. Challenge game in cosmo. I guess you go out. And you try to find clues hidden among the concrete blocks and you try to collect enough clues to open a treasure box at the end. You have up to seventy minutes for your team of two divers to complete the challenge. Now you must be an open water diver with at least twenty logged dives to compete the depths. They say is nineteen feet so you should probably get in your seventy minutes from what i saw on their website. The cost is about one hundred dollars. So that's something different that you can do if you're heading down to cozumel well here's another example of scuba divers diving with a purpose and making a difference according to an article in the la times. It seems that some divers discovered an evasive specie of algae in newport harbor. The species identified as ka pa. Po prolif- era and it's an algae that is native to florida and left unchecked it would choke out native seaweed the invading algae was discovered in april of this year and the divers reported it to the orange county department of agriculture and the algae was verified by the california department of fishing wildlife is amazing how how easily things spread around the globe. How it got there is uncertain but the article did mention that. It is a common plant in saltwater aquariums recently more divers returned with vacuum pumps that extracted the plant from the seafloor. It took about five days to complete to clean up. The plan is to conduct follow up surveys down the line to monitor the success. This is another example of divers making a difference for the environment way to go guys. Needless to say there are many of us who are waiting impatiently for the cayman islands to open up again so we can experience the incredible diving down near the islands are still not open to tourists. But they did recently update a five five-phase plan to open their currently in phase two which is pretty restrictive. Now face trees set to start on september nine and that will let in vaccinate people into the caymans. But there's a big caveat and that is only if eighty percent of the island's population is vaccinated. This has the tourists organizations a little frustrated as they don't feel like this goal is achievable. It won't be until october. Fourteenth that the quarantine requirements will be lifted for vaccinated tourists and then starting around november eighteenth. The plan would be to allow unvaccinated kids under twelve coming without restrictions. So there's still a long way to go before we might be able to get down to the cayman islands. Good thing our trip to little came in isn't until october of twenty twenty two and finally here's a bit of good news out of washington. Dc the united states senate has passed senate bill s one one. Oh six entitled. The shark fin sales elimination act of two thousand and twenty one. Now pass by vote of sixty eight to thirty two back in june and it's tied to another bill the us innovation and competition act of two thousand twenty one nothing simple. It seems the senate. Bill had bipartisan sponsorship. Which is a good thing but just how just but just because it passed. The senate doesn't mean we're home free. The bill is now with the house and it has been referred to the house committee on natural resources. I tried to see if there's been any action on it yet. But it doesn't seem like anything's been done. In any event we are seeing that people on both sides of the political spectrum. Understand that shock. Finning is not a good thing for this apex predator right now. Twelve states along with three. Us territories of banned shark. Finning and this bill would make it a federal crime with a fine of one hundred thousand dollars or the fair market value of the sale. Whichever is higher. The bill also states that individual states can enact stricter regulations and standards. I'm hoping this bill passed and signed by president biden. Soon and help off shocks.

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"st thomas" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

Scuba Shack Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

"Hi again everyone. And thanks for tuning into this latest episode of scuba shack radio. I'm your host jeff singer piano while we are already set to close out july. It seems like it was just the fourth of july and here we are about to enter august. I'm back again recording. On a friday as we are set to conduct a huge open water certification dive this weekend with fifteen divers. I'm still trying to adjust my schedule. Now that i'm supposedly retired at least from one job. It's looking like mondays will be the best day going forward to record the podcast every other week. More to come on that one. Now over the past couple of weeks don and i've been working really hard to get our dives travel schedule back up and running our philippine trip. This year has been pushed back to twenty twenty three. Believe it or not. That's just how crazy things have been so we decided to head down to florida to get a few days of diving down off the pop no beach and then go up to the blue heron bridge for a dive. And that's someplace we've always wanted to get to for a very long time. Good news is it. Looks like things will be getting back to a little bit more normal travel schedule in twenty twenty two starting with cosmo in february little. Did we suspect such a long disruption when things hit a so hard in march of twenty twenty now on today's show. I'm going to be doing another installment of your next dive in this time. We'll be heading to saint thomas in the us virgin islands but first up is news and information segment wet notes..

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"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"st thomas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at ST Thomas Jefferson University. Now, what does that all mean? He's studying the effects of space travel on the human body. Versus staying on Earth. Good morning, Doctor Dicker. How are you? Good morning, and thank you. Now. This is interesting because it's more and more space travel. There's more and more civilians wanted this space travel whether it's up in me Space center. Or or reviving around the earth, or maybe going back to the moon. Or maybe going to Mars. Tell us about the effect on the bodies of spending a lot of time up there, Certainly New York So, so, thank you, And I appreciate the opportunity that you bring to your listeners understand a lot of similarities. Between what happens to the astronauts either on a space station are these longer missions he described and what are the kind of a civilian similarity or situations so the astronauts when they spent time particularly in the space station? They lose muscle mass. They lose bone mass. They actually get shorter. They they come down with certain infections, particularly viral infections because their immune system is messed up. It's suppressed. It's depressed, very similar to cancer patients who are undergoing therapy for particular cancers. And that was our interests Can we use Our experience and our knowledge about how we study the immune system help cancer patients to also help these astronauts are going to be spending more and more time. On commercial flights, private flights longer missions that you described. Why is that necessarily Have you ascertained? You know somebody spends two years up in the space station is say, is this artificial some some artificial gravity and But what affects is that have done the immune system. What do you think so The immune system is made up of literally hundreds of components, and that's why it's been difficult. Best far to really study it. So when you start dissecting now, you know, particular immune cells and signaling molecules and the immune system. You know, we see that there are differences. With these astronauts and we see that, um we can start to explain why they're they're coming down. You know, with these infections, etcetera. You know, the goal is not only to help the astronauts, but the goal is if we understand what's happening. During spaceflight. Uh, we can then also help our cancer patients and try to improve their immune systems so they can fight their cancer. So it you know, it goes both ways in terms of Where this information can take us. On the astronauts has spent a lot of time up in the space station other than losing body Mass and muscle mass. And have you seen significant changes in In their health. Yeah, so it um, you know, they used to think that Oh, they just need to exercise more. So then they had them exercise in the space station. But It hasn't been enough. So I think, you know, we know that they're sleep schedules get messed up. You know they're rotating the earth's every 14 minutes or something. Um, we know there's a huge amount of stress. I mean, these astronauts are working literally 18 to 20 hour days, packing in all sorts of different experiments for companies for NASA for Variety of academic groups. So it's incredibly stressful and you're sleep deprived and you're in microgravity when you throw that all together. And actually, it doesn't lead to, um to one of fit and rested astronaut when they come back, and the goal is really, you know, Can we improve things through You know, nutritional approaches. Are there ways to improve their their their These bugs that live in their guts and the microbiome in all of our guts. Which play a role. Um are there antioxidants, probiotics? All sorts of, you know, what can we do to improve their health and in turn, you know Will that give us some insight into improve the health of our focus on cancer patients in my daily life, But you know other patients who who also have, uh, changes in their immune system. That effect, you know? Heart disease, Uh, neurologic disease, et cetera. One of the other big items that I've talked to, uh, doctors about is the effect of extra radiation. We're here down on earth and were protected by our atmosphere. In the space station. There's less protection. How much of an effect is the Excess radiation have on the space station. Yeah, That's a great question. I think it depends on what type of mission so this in the international space station is considered sub orbital. And they're the radiation doses are on the low side. But there is they still exist. When you start going to the moon, the radiation doses get certainly larger. When you start going to Mars, they get much, much larger, so Um, you know what could be, How can it be compared so I think folks who live you know, in Denver a mile high, You know, they get more cosmic radiations and those of us who live in Philadelphia and New Jersey people who do a lot of airplane travel pilots. Fly long route. You know, from the Middle East Los Angeles? I mean, they're getting a fair bit of of kind of low dose radiation actually, somewhat similar to that of the of the space station. So you know, we don't really know that the effect of this low dose stuff but at the higher doses, Yeah, you can start seeing some changes that At a molecular level. So you say your molecular level. How does it affect the genes? Yeah, that's that's a That's $100 million question. You ask. So the answer is So all these jeans you know the blueprint for the body, you know, makes proteins. Proteins are the The actual building blocks of, you know, you know, blue eyes and you know, brown hair and muscles and and neurons, etcetera. So so this radiation has some impact on the genes, whether it has an impact on the proteins that those genes code for. We don't know. And that's why our focus is more on the proteins, then on the jeans, but you know there is some effect and as you increase the dose of radiation You see more of an effect on on jeans, you can look at people who have gotten larger doses of radiation. Either after nuclear accidents or some forms of radiation therapy, and you see, you can see changes in the chromosomes. That's a very kind of macro. You know, kind of a global view. But, um, But you asked a very nuanced and subtle question, and there is some changes, but whether they How meaningful they are that I don't think we know yet. Have we developed.

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"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"To speed through Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood. This report sponsored by ST Thomas University, stu dot E. D u I'm Paul Cross News Radio. 6 10. W I O D Taking a look right now at DARPA radar. More clouds and some we have 85 degrees Fort Lauderdale 86. Right now. In Ryan. It's now 10 31. The deadly incident at the Pride event in Walt Manners is not believed to be a hate crime. In fact, someone driving a pickup truck to pedestrians at the Stonewall Pride Parade. One of them did die and Fort Lauderdale Police say that the 77 year old driver accidentally accelerated as it was starting. Victims and the driver are all members of the Fort Lauderdale Gay men's chorus. Amazon founder Jeff Bezoza is about to go blasting off into space, and thousands apparently don't want him to come back to online petitions. I've collected more than 40,000 signatures from those who'd rather see the billionaire stay in space, and some of the major cases before the Supreme Court have been decided, like last week's OBAMACARE ruling, But some high profile cases remain one of the remaining cases justices have to decide has to do with voting rights. Lower courts held to voting laws in Arizona violated the Voting Rights Act one long limits who can collect ballots on behalf of another person and the other discards ballots cast in the wrong precinct. It's considered an especially interesting case since the court invalidated a key provision of the Voting Rights Act in 2013. Another notable cases one involving a teenage girl who in a moment of anger, Kirsten, a Snapchat video at her school and sports teams, she was suspended from cheer for a year. Parents challenge that suspension in court, a federal appeals court found she could only be punished for comments made at school or at school sponsored activities. Axis. Jessica Rosenthal reporting Wall Street trading Now up 488 points at 7 33,078. NASDAQ Up 37 S and P Up 43 More news at 11 more Brian, but next I'm Natalie Rodriguez. NewsRadio 6 10 W 00 D at pass. We've always taken pride in protecting noses. Bless you, and this month we want to help everyone take pride in well protecting pride. Because even those celebrations might.

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"st thomas" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"st thomas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is what we want. This is direction that we need. Um, Minneapolis to head and I think that that's part of it. Historian Green says it's a tough sell. Even in a city known for its liberal politics, you have to respond to the person who owns a shop on on the street corner. Was worried about crime. Whether crime is going to crap up because Andre people feel like now that we're not gonna be held accountable because they're no cops around no police around to deal with it. We are doubling down on safety beyond policing for his part, Mayor Jacob Fry, also up for re election of poses The Charter amendment. He and chief are Redondo have promised their own reforms, increased violence prevention efforts, better field training for graduates of the Police Academy and no more traffic stops just for low level violations. Broken tail lights or expired license tabs that disproportionately affect minority drivers and punctuating the campaign will likely be crime news that grabs the headlines. This talk is now what is gonna be a third one this weekend. This is Toki is now one of y'all don't step off. Tragically, a third child were shot even before last weekend arrived on likely Davian and nine year old Trinity Artisan Smith still battling for their lives in I, A. Alan succumbed to her injuries. She was six. For the PBS news hour. This is Fred de San Lazzaro in Minneapolis. Fred's report is in partnership with the Under, told stories Project at University of ST Thomas in Minnesota. Please join us tonight at 10 P.m. eastern on your local PBS station or online for our Prime time Special America after George Floyd..

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"st thomas" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"st thomas" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I think you talked about free beer a couple weeks ago. Michael to get vaccinated. What's more valuable free flight or a free beer beer? That's uh it's actually a bit of a toss up when you're talking about flying on United. Uh, literally. It's awesome. Bill talking right down the aisle. Uh, no. I mean, the United is just the most recent company to be doing this. Um, Frankly, I You know, are there that many United? Um frequent flyer customers that aren't choosing to get vaccinated? I mean, I would think that if you're paying for the loyalty program and part of all of that, then you're traveling so much that it would make sense for you to get vaccinated this case, but I could be wrong. I like when Ohio's doing you see this that Ohio is giving five people $1 million each in return for having been vaccinated. They're doing this weekly lottery program of the next few months tow me. That's one hell of an incentive. You know if you're Somewhere, like the Virgin Islands, which is very much struggling to get their population vaccinated and Mean Virgin Islands is one of those places that frightens me about Puerto Rico would be in this book vote as well. Where there are going there have been and they're going to be people visiting those islands for MMA tourism, perspective and I think at last look, the USB I had about 30% of their population 35 vaccinated 35% of their population vaccinated. I mean, Hopefully, nothing happens there. But if it does, there is not a place in the country that has worse infrastructure set up to deal with sick. Yeah, No, it's a they're ill equipped and You know, you've got largely a, uh, black and Hispanic population in the Virgin Islands and the based on history there. If you work for a hotel on the island of ST Thomas, then your risk level is a fair bit higher and I like you said they to some degree. There's not much that can be done. But I do know the hotels are offering bonuses to get there, though that ought to do it. Yeah, because it's not a lot of money. But 100 bucks is 100 bucks goes on way down there. Um s Oh, yeah, well, we will see, you know, like we mentioned yesterday in New England, at least. It seems at this point that would be very difficult for an outbreak up here to really gain traction. Vermont's has 70% of the population has been given one shot. Who? Why Massachusetts at 65, New Hampshire's 64, Connecticut, 62. Main 61, Rhode Island United United using the carrot. Do you expect the stick to follow? You don't think the airlines will say you know you can only supply on certain flights. If you're not vaccinated? I do know..

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Arizona reaches NCAA title game with 69-59 win over UConn

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona reaches NCAA title game with 69-59 win over UConn

"Harry Harry McDonald McDonald fourteen fourteen twenty twenty six six points points and and third third seed seed Arizona Arizona reached reached the the title title game game for for the the first first time time by by stifling stifling the the Huskies Huskies sixty sixty nine nine fifty fifty nine nine we we were were the the underdog underdog I I mean mean we we kind kind of of felt felt that that way way all all season season I I mean mean that that kind kind of of business business are are companies companies and and makes makes us us play play harder harder than than the the one one you you think think you you know know we we can can beat beat you you know know these these top top teams teams are are even even does does accomplish accomplish the the things things we we have have accomplished accomplished the the Wildcats Wildcats held held UConn UConn to to thirty thirty six six percent percent shooting shooting overall overall and and allowed allowed just just twenty twenty two two first first half half points points St St Thomas Thomas finished finished with with twelve twelve points points and and Cate Cate Reese Reese had had a a letter letter for for Arizona Arizona which which takes takes on on Stanford Stanford Sunday Sunday Haley Haley John John scored scored twenty twenty four four points points including including the the go go ahead ahead jumper jumper with with thirty thirty two two seconds seconds left left to to lead lead the the cardinal cardinal to to a a sixty sixty six six sixty sixty five five win win over over South South Carolina Carolina the the victory victory put put Stanford Stanford in in the the title title game game for for the the first first time time since since two two thousand thousand ten ten I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"st thomas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"st thomas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"He's a nickel, a diner owner says Almost every business within two blocks of me has been a victim of crime in the last three months, almost every almost every business You could extend that out of luring park, you know? Yeah, I would venture to say, And I'd be curious to know if anybody's been been running stats on this, but I would venture to say that the majority Of at least retail businesses and restaurant type businesses in Minneapolis have experienced crime an uptick in crime over the last few months, and that should be unacceptable to everybody involved in running this city yet they don't seem to have any sort of plan or any idea of what to do about it. The owner of Nikola Diner, says his business was robbed twice in one week by the same person. I don't mean to laugh mean I don't know if he's already know you. You be the laughter cry. Which one do you do? Sam Turner says one employee has already quit because of it, and he worries about the safety of his other 50 workers. I'm still in a state of shock, said Turner. I never imagined it would happen once, let alone twice in a short period of time. I mean, this goes back to it to Brian Ingram of the No. Maybe five times. So and over and over and again, you know, I'll repeat it. But a lot of these crimes are being done by the same people. They're not being put away. Their being. The police are doing the best that they can. And we hear from police all the time. The police you know, when you arrest the same person over and over and over and over what else? What else are the cops supposed to do? The Star Tribune's got an article and it's an interesting read on dwell We'll get. We'll kind of double back at the end to how the Star Tribune contributes to that This story is pretty much just coverage and talking to individuals and getting their thoughts, right? But there's a really really interesting quotes in this thing. Violent crimes have soared 21% Minneapolis last year. Adding a painful coda to the city's struggles and coping with a deadly pandemic and widespread protests against racial injustice. The city has recorded 5422 violent crime incidents. Homicides, rapes, robberies, aggravated assaults, according to the preliminary year and Minneapolis police stats. That is a dramatic jump over the previous five years, which averaged roughly 4496 such crimes, which is not good, either, by the way. That's an average over the last five years. If you break that out, year by year by year, you can see the uptick right from year to year to year. Which makes you really concerned about how bad can 2021 get because they haven't done a damn thing? No, it's only try to stem this. This this trend know they made a call earlier, he actually appropriately labeled at the Wild West. I mean, it is the Wild West. There's just It just looked good crew. Criminality is reigning supreme right now. On, I arrange of mental health experts and community leaders say the increase in violence is unlikely due to any one factor he must weigh. Can't blame it on the Republican. I know right? So it's you know, when you can't just point a finger to Republican and go, it's their fault and it's so nuanced and it's so complicated and it's really difficult. Hammer down the reasons behind it. Most laid the blame largely on the pandemic. Which has left many home job many jobless and struggling to pay their bills, shuttered schools and worsened the lack of affordable housing. Yes, that's what it is. People are out there doing crime because they can't get affordable housing. I'll give you the pandemic. If only you're using the pandemic as a means to point to the leadership and the excuses that they've used for not going and doing the right thing in staffing up law enforcement cause they have they've been using the cover of the pandemic. To push their own progressive agendas, Then I'll that I'll add that you can add in the pandemic as well. But only in the respect that the government response to the pandemic has made a lot of people very desperate right because it has put tons and tons of people out of work. Violent crime has climbed in almost every part of the city. Huh? On the North side. The fifth Ward saw violent crime, a crime climate 36% over the five year average. The ninth Ward had 16 homicides in 2020. After never recording more than four in any of the previous five years. Citywide. 553 people were struck by gunfire. Can you stop? Can we stop? Just there for a second, like I'd like to see what the average I would like to see the average coming out of like the same time period back when we had troops in Iraq like I'm like I'm legitimately curious like how many times were our own military shot versus what's been happening on the streets of Minneapolis, right? 553 people start struck by gunfire last year, highest tally in the in the past 15 years. The city recorded by the years and 84 homicides. We're gonna stop here because this is where it gets. We're going to take a deep breath because here's when we get into this stupid because we start actually hearing from Park board commissioners and professors of the University of ST Thomas School of Law, and you be good. I really want to hear some professors chime in on this. What's fascinating about that Drew is that they actually speak the truth. They just didn't realize that they did. Yeah, we'll give you the details Next. Don't go anywhere. You're listening to justice and drew Justice in true Well, Men of genius, so good Twin cities News Talk am 11 31 3.5 FM. Chris Addison..

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"st thomas" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"st thomas" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Sure enough, even though Alan Robinson was not tagged in the post, he liked the post. So I ask you guys, most of us assume Allen Robinson wants out of here but shot or no shot. The Chicago Bears cannot afford to lose out on Robinson this offseason and must back the Brinks truck up to retain him. No shot. First of all, he's a hell of a player. He's not in my opinion. A top 10 0! My God, I have to break the Brinks truck caps coming down your offense. Is it good enough? You don't have a quarterback and you got the second oldest defense. And he wants Keenan Allen Money four for 84. Tag him and trade him and get some assets back is 12 million in what's in the brakes. Truck is 12 million in their 12 15 million Know Keenan Allen money, at least Okay, well, then, no shots. Sorry. And you know, just the tenor of the press conference. Maybe think that boy they're really into money. Was like the next guy and my God, if I wanted Marty Booker to be, Yeah, just like yeah, I just It's too bad, But here's the thing If I'm Alan Robinson is a businessman. I'm looking at this and saying, Well, who's the quarterback? Do not want to be. Larry Fitzgerald. Up in here has no shot at Larry Fitzgerald. Just that Larry, no matter who the quarterback is. He's staying in Arizona, right? No matter how much they paying, like up this world wannabe. Robinson still got good football to give, but he wants to be with an upper echelon quarterback. That's not gonna be here in Chicago. Just not gonna happen. Agree, so no shot. All right, gentlemen, the mega millions. Jackpot is at $850 Million. We has a show group. You too mellow myself, Jr In our boss, Mike Thomas have a show pot and we bought a bunch of tickets shot or no shot If we win 50% of us will be at work here tomorrow. Well, you won't wake up. Listen one time in years, and this is what I get. He says you'd be dead. Um I know I will be here. I'll be here like if if you truly and I gave the tickets Jr made copies already. Uh, if We won tonight. And I looked and go. Oh, God. We just want 850 million. And I think the buyout is like 600 something like that. Where today? What? No, It's not like your app. I don't want to catch out. No. Give me my money. Oh, after taxes. I think they have some payments like six. Take where you get paid for the next like 20 years or you could just get one lump sum where they take out all the taxes, right? I want the bunny a deal. No way would take the lump sum. So you think the money would dry up? At some point we wouldn't get our full share. Exactly. Thanks, Pritzker. Um, I gotta go Political Flintstone, and that's what Let's assume that we win and I call you guys go. It's 125 guy were in done. Still come in here and want to do the show every day. I'll be here done what I'm gonna do with myself. This is well, there's a couple things you could do, but nonetheless put on a apron and go. Hey, honey, I made a new recipe, did it? No. Oh, no. I'm gonna work. I want to do the show shot a car. No, absolutely. Oh, I don't know. It's a good recipe. Bad Look who's in the kitchen we'll use in the kitchen. The kitchen. I don't know what I'm gonna make it, Carm. Yeah, I'd be here. Absolutely. And 50% of us. I think we'd all be here. No shots of Miller. I would be here. Miller wouldn't be here and can't be here today would be a day after I'd be here. The celebration. I might be completely waste who come in here, but I'd be here You'd be broadcasting from home, Jeff. There's no question. No, I disagree the day after I'd be here two days later, maybe that Miller would be here until Capt handed him his envelope of cash. And then we would never see Miller again. I would be here. You could find me in the back of the limo exactly. Absolutely. Yes, Mr Hood. What would you like me have me waiting with for you? Absolutely. Oxen crown. Yep. The next January. I'll still be broadcasting. I'll just be in ST Thomas. Exactly Way..

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"st thomas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"st thomas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"A no vena to saint thomas aquinas day. One saint thomas. You have taught that god himself is the rule and mode of virtue. Our faith is measured by divine truth. Our hope by the greatness of his power and faithful affection are charity by his goodness his truth power and goodness outreach. Any measure of reason we can certainly never believe trust or love guide more than or even as much as we should extravagances. Impossible here is no virtuous moderation. No measurable me. The more extreme our activity the better we are through the intercession of saint thomas aquinas. Grant me grace own merciful god to desire ardently all that is pleasing to the to examine prudently to acknowledge it truthfully and to accomplish perfectly for the praise and glory of thy name in particular please obtain the fever. I asked during this novi. Now grant me. Oh lord my god a mind to know you a heart to seek you wisdom to find you conduct pleasing faithful perseverance in waiting for you and a hope of finally embracing you ahmen..

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Nashville ICU nurse shot dead in car while driving to work

WGN Programming

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Nashville ICU nurse shot dead in car while driving to work

"Shot and left for dead in a car on I 4 40. Her co workers say they are devastated so much so friends and co workers too emotional to speak. We know that Caitlin Kaufman was an ICU nurse at ST Thomas West. She was on her way to work Thursday night when police say she was shot on the interstate and officer found her dead in her car on the side of the road during a routine check. While the hospital says it is too soon for them to comment, they did release a statement to news too. ST Thomas West Hospital wrote in part were devastated to learn of the tragic and sudden passing off our ICU nurse, Caitlin Kaufman. She was a dedicated and much loved member of our Miku team and a courageous healthcare hero who was graciously called to serve our patients with compassion and kindness. Caitlin's

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Expensive Miami private schools got millions in PPP loans. So did charter schools

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Expensive Miami private schools got millions in PPP loans. So did charter schools

"Maybe there's something that came out in the Herald and just really rankles me. Some of the most expensive private schools. In South Florida. Got loads in those PPP loans loads charter schools, too. Charter schools to Catholic schools. Two of my girls is one of them. This one. Let's see. He's talking about the ransom Everglades, which has a $40 million endowment, according to the tuition there. 7 $41,050 a year. My daughters went to Carrollton right next to poor and they follow them in lockstep General for tuition. Now they took A whole lot of money in these PPP loans. According to the Herald between two and $5 million. Now let me ask you this question What we had to keep our staff and our teachers and our cultures will let me ask you this. Did you give money back to the parents to pay for tuition last year? Cause I pay tuition in my school. I think any money back my girls didn't go to the school for the last half of the year. You pay tuition toe have them in the classroom. They're not learning computer and the computer stuff was Every once in a while, they'd have a class. I mean, it was kind of ridiculous. They didn't get to take the you know, they're I'd be in after back Laura Court o'clock test at the end of the year. Now, none of that either. Which would have helped them to avoid certain classes in college. No, but they're not gonna give money back. So wait a minute. You got all the tuition money. You didn't any more money to keep your staff and your teachers and your coaches. What are you talking about? I mean, this is outrageous, and they're not giving the money back. It's why oversight is important when you have these kinds of trillion dollar programs. ST Thomas, a quietness. Got a bunch of money. According to the Herald, the Archdiocese of Miami itself received between one or $2 million funds. Why one of the Archduke is most prestigious schools in Tom's. The quietest in Fort Lauderdale received the people own birth between two and $5 million. I mean, you know, there are actually people who needed this money, give the money back to the parents who pay the tuition if that's the case. Do they think they

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Brazil Passes 1 Million Coronavirus Cases

Burn Fat Orlando.com

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Brazil Passes 1 Million Coronavirus Cases

"Brazil reached a grim milestone in its covert nineteen pandemic with no end in sight Brazil has passed one million confirmed cases of coronavirus just four months after the first infection was detected and scientists say that number could be as much as six times higher nearly fifty thousand people have died so far and experts say the outbreak is still weeks away from its peak but the country's re opening with St Thomas and shopping malls gradually springing back to life and professional soccer players returning to the stadium's club Barry B. C. news revision error

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NFL Pipelines: High schools with the most draft picks

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

NFL Pipelines: High schools with the most draft picks

"Talent sports publication Max press releasing a list of high schools across the country that have produced the most NFL draft pick since two thousand and one we want Glenville high school is third on the list with thirteen players playing in the National Football League behind number one fort Lauderdale St Thomas Aquinas with twenty three and Long Beach poly in northwestern Miami tied for second with fourteen some of the graduates at Glenville of mated to the National Football League course include Ted Ginn junior Cardale Jones marshon Lattimore Troy Smith Dante Whitner and Jonathan

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Saying 'thank you' to nurses on International Nurses Day

Charlie Parker

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Saying 'thank you' to nurses on International Nurses Day

"Today is international nurses day honoring the woman considered the mother of nursing Florence Nightingale on this the anniversary of her birth if you were around today she'd probably be leading the president's White House task force loosely research and writing smart worldwide healthcare reform in eighteen sixty she established St Thomas's hospital and the nightingale training school for nurses revered hero at our time she died on August thirteenth nineteen ten in London happy international nurses day to all

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UK says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been discharged from the hospital as he recovers from the coronavirus

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

UK says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been discharged from the hospital as he recovers from the coronavirus

"In Great Britain prime minister Boris Johnson has been discharged from a London hospital where he was treated in intensive care for coronavirus Johnson's office said he left St Thomas's hospital and will continue his recovery at home it's not known when he will return to work he was in the hospital for a week and spent three nights in the I

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UK PM Johnson out of the hospital, says staff saved his life

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

UK PM Johnson out of the hospital, says staff saved his life

"British prime minister Boris Johnson was this charge from a London hospital where he was treated in intensive care for the coronavirus as U. K. became the fourth European country to surpass ten thousand virus related deaths Johnson's office said he left St Thomas's hospital and will continue his recovery at the prime minister's country house the statement said on the advice of his medical team the PM will not be immediately returning to work he wishes to thank everybody at St Thomas says for the brilliant cat he has received Johnson had been in the hospital for a week and had spent three nights in the intensive care units he said he owes his life to the National Health Service medical workers who treated him Johnson fifty five years old was the first world leader confirmed to have a less serious shockingly London

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UK PM Johnson out of the hospital, says staff saved his life

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

UK PM Johnson out of the hospital, says staff saved his life

"Johnson's office said he left St Thomas's hospital and will continue his recovery at the prime minister's country house the statement said on the advice of his medical team the PM will not be immediately returning to work he wishes to thank everybody at St Thomas says for the brilliant cat he has received Johnson had been in the hospital for a week and had spent three nights in the intensive care units he said he owes his life to the National Health Service medical workers who treated him Johnson fifty five years old was the first world leader confirmed to have a less serious shockingly London

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Boris Johnson discharged from hospital as condition improves

Amazing Americans

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Boris Johnson discharged from hospital as condition improves

"Rapid Britain's prime minister out of the hospital after treatment for the virus but won't return to work immediately British prime minister Boris Johnson spent three days in intensive care after his condition deteriorated upon his discharge from the hospital the fifty five year old said he owes his life to the doctors who treated him at London's St Thomas's hospital his pregnant fiance Carrie Symonds tweeted her thanks for all the messages of support saying she feels incredibly lucky of the going through very dark

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Barr says Russia probe was started 'without basis'

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Barr says Russia probe was started 'without basis'

"Sanofi in in an an interview interview with the with BBC says fox it will news Stanley be distributing channel Johnson bar the said doses said Boris the probe of hydroxy would amounted need a period to clerk an of effort readjustment went to sabotage to fifty before countries picking the presidency up the reins and again aims in to but Downing quadruple the Attorney Street General its production offered the U. K. no support leader the company spent for cautions three his assertion nights that in that hydroxy the the intensive FBI clerk care lacked when unit has a basis at several St Thomas's serious for opening hospital known the investigation in side London effects off and to so and his he far cabinet made no nineteen mention tests symptoms of are the inconclusive fact worsened that the bureau began he over was then its its safety moved probe back after and to regular efficacy trump ward campaign and in is treating resting adviser covert in George what nineteen his Papadopoulos office has described Sanofi boasted as says to the a early professor while phase hydroxy that of he his was recovery Cork aware that win Russia is generating Johnson had derogatory a was lot diagnosed of hope information for with patients Cabot nineteen on democratic around two the world weeks presidential ago it the candidate should first be remembered world Hillary leader confirmed Clinton that there are to have no the the justice results illness department's from Foreign on inspector going Secretary studies general Dominic found and Raab the in results a is report standing may released in be for positive Johnson last December while he's or in negative that hospital the F. B. I. wants president Karen justified trump Thomas has London been in opening among the the drugs investigation proponents to protect against I'm a potential Ben Thomas national security threat Ben Thomas Washington

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Barr says Russia probe was started 'without basis'

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Barr says Russia probe was started 'without basis'

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Barr says Russia probe was started 'without basis'

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00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Barr says Russia probe was started 'without basis'

"Sanofi in in an an interview interview with the with BBC says fox it will news Stanley be distributing channel Johnson bar the said doses said Boris the probe of hydroxy would amounted need a period to clerk an of effort readjustment went to sabotage to fifty before countries picking the presidency up the reins and again aims in to but Downing quadruple the Attorney Street General its production offered the U. K. no support leader the company spent for cautions three his assertion nights that in that hydroxy the the intensive FBI clerk care lacked when unit has a basis at several St Thomas's serious for opening hospital known the investigation in side London effects off and to so and his he far cabinet made no nineteen mention tests symptoms of are the inconclusive fact worsened that the bureau began he over was then its its safety moved probe back after and to regular efficacy trump ward campaign and in is treating resting adviser covert in George what nineteen his Papadopoulos office has described Sanofi boasted as says to the a early professor while phase hydroxy that of he his was recovery Cork aware that win Russia is generating Johnson had derogatory a was lot diagnosed of hope information for with patients Cabot nineteen on democratic around two the world weeks presidential ago it the candidate should first be remembered world Hillary leader confirmed Clinton that there are to have no the the justice results illness department's from Foreign on inspector going Secretary studies general Dominic found and Raab the in results a is report standing may released in be for positive Johnson last December while he's or in negative that hospital the F. B. I. wants president Karen justified trump Thomas has London been in opening among the the drugs investigation proponents to protect against I'm a potential Ben Thomas national security threat Ben Thomas Washington

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The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

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00:32 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

"In an interview with the BBC Stanley Johnson said Boris would need a period of readjustment before picking up the reins again in Downing Street the U. K. leader spent three nights in the intensive care unit at St Thomas's hospital in London off to his cabinet nineteen symptoms worsened he was then moved back to regular ward and is resting in what his office has described as the early phase of his recovery Johnson was diagnosed with Cabot nineteen two weeks ago the first world leader confirmed to have the illness Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is standing in for Johnson while he's in hospital Karen Thomas London

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The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

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00:32 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

"In an interview with the BBC Stanley Johnson said Boris would need a period of readjustment before picking up the reins again in Downing Street the U. K. leader spent three nights in the intensive care unit at St Thomas's hospital in London off to his cabinet nineteen symptoms worsened he was then moved back to regular ward and is resting in what his office has described as the early phase of his recovery Johnson was diagnosed with Cabot nineteen two weeks ago the first world leader confirmed to have the illness Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is standing in for Johnson while he's in hospital Karen Thomas London

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The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

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00:32 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

"Sanofi in an interview with the BBC says it will Stanley be distributing Johnson the said doses Boris of hydroxy would need a period clerk of readjustment went to fifty before countries picking up the reins and again aims in to Downing quadruple Street its production the U. K. leader the company spent cautions three nights that in hydroxy the intensive clerk care when unit has at several St Thomas's serious hospital known in side London effects off and to so his far cabinet nineteen tests symptoms are inconclusive worsened he over was then its safety moved back and to regular efficacy ward and in is treating resting covert in what nineteen his office has described Sanofi as says the early while phase hydroxy of his recovery Cork win is generating Johnson a was lot diagnosed of hope for with patients Cabot nineteen around two the world weeks ago it the should first be remembered world leader confirmed that there are to have no the results illness from Foreign on going Secretary studies Dominic and Raab the results is standing may in be for positive Johnson while he's or in negative hospital president Karen trump Thomas has London been among the drugs proponents I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

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00:32 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

"Sanofi in an interview with the BBC says it will Stanley be distributing Johnson the said doses Boris of hydroxy would need a period clerk of readjustment went to fifty before countries picking up the reins and again aims in to Downing quadruple Street its production the U. K. leader the company spent cautions three nights that in hydroxy the intensive clerk care when unit has at several St Thomas's serious hospital known in side London effects off and to so his far cabinet nineteen tests symptoms are inconclusive worsened he over was then its safety moved back and to regular efficacy ward and in is treating resting covert in what nineteen his office has described Sanofi as says the early while phase hydroxy of his recovery Cork win is generating Johnson a was lot diagnosed of hope for with patients Cabot nineteen around two the world weeks ago it the should first be remembered world leader confirmed that there are to have no the results illness from Foreign on going Secretary studies Dominic and Raab the results is standing may in be for positive Johnson while he's or in negative hospital president Karen trump Thomas has London been among the drugs proponents I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

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00:32 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Boris Johnson's father: PM needs to 'rest up'

"Sanofi in an interview with the BBC says it will Stanley be distributing Johnson the said doses Boris of hydroxy would need a period clerk of readjustment went to fifty before countries picking up the reins and again aims in to Downing quadruple Street its production the U. K. leader the company spent cautions three nights that in hydroxy the intensive clerk care when unit has at several St Thomas's serious hospital known in side London effects off and to so his far cabinet nineteen tests symptoms are inconclusive worsened he over was then its safety moved back and to regular efficacy ward and in is treating resting covert in what nineteen his office has described Sanofi as says the early while phase hydroxy of his recovery Cork win is generating Johnson a was lot diagnosed of hope for with patients Cabot nineteen around two the world weeks ago it the should first be remembered world leader confirmed that there are to have no the results illness from Foreign on going Secretary studies Dominic and Raab the results is standing may in be for positive Johnson while he's or in negative hospital president Karen trump Thomas has London been among the drugs proponents I'm Ben Thomas

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