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"stony brook university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Take as well, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. I'm Joe Matthew. This is Bloomberg. Thank you so much, Joe. Well, we're hearing a fair amount from members of the Federal Reserve this week about what they think about interest rates and they seem to be pointing maybe towards 75 basis point rate hike later this month. The same time we actually heard from the European Central Bank this week, they did the 75 basis point. The first time they had ever done that. To take us through the economies and the central banks on both sides of the Atlantic, welcome now, Stephanie kelton. She's Professor of economics and public policy at stony brook university. So professor Kellen, thank you so much for being back with us. Let's start with Europe if we would. I think maybe a toss up between 50 and 75. They went with 75, they indicated more is to come. What are they facing over there? What are they trying to deal with? Well, they're trying to deal with inflation, the way countries all over the world are. And what they're facing though really is just a very acute crisis. And they know it. And it's largely an energy crisis. And so while on the one hand, you have the ECB and Christine Lagarde explaining, you know, we're going to be very aggressive. We've done this unprecedented 75 basis point hike. At the same time, she's pretty candid about saying that this is not likely to do much in terms of getting at the core driver of our inflation problem, which is energy costs. So they're using the blunt instrument, which is the only real tool that they think they have. And they're doing it while recognizing that it is likely not going to provide the kind of relief that everybody wants to see. Well, that's my curiosity, actually, because it's not clear to me how raising rates will take down the energy rates as long as president Putin is doing what he's doing. At the same time, they started copying a rock and a hard place. They have to do something. They feel they have to do something. So, you know, it's this tendency to just really rely so heavily on central banks. I mean, after all, central banks have the mandate. It is the Central Bank, both here in the U.S. with the fed and in Europe with the ECB that is supposed to be in a sense in charge of fighting inflation. So if inflation is a problem, we look first to the Central Bank to deal with the problem. And the reality is that everyone from Jerome Powell, the Christine Lagarde and other central bankers have told us pretty candidly from the beginning that when you are facing inflationary pressures that arise from the supply side of the economy due to the pandemic, oil price shocks and the light, that their toolkit is not well designed to deal with those sorts of problems. And I think if you read between the lines, what they're basically saying is we could use some help on other fronts, right? There's another policy lever. There are other things that we could be doing to try to tamp down inflationary pressures. One of the big stories right now, obviously, is currency. And what has happened in the U.S. dollar hitting new records actor record against just about every other currency. In part, perhaps you go to the energy situation, maybe also because of some divergence on monetary policy. What do you make of the U.S. dollar and what it is doing right now? Is it going to keep going? It looks like it will. I mean, I don't see reasons to believe that the dollar is on the verge of softening against other major currencies. In fact, I think the strength will probably continue afoot. I think the Euro will continue to weaken the bank of Japan seems not terribly bothered with the strengthening of the dollar Vis-à-vis the yen. So I think the dollar can rip higher. I think the obvious problem, really, is for the rest of the world, especially emerging markets, many poor countries heavily indebted in U.S. dollars. This has the potential to lead to debt crises in other parts of the world, sub Saharan Africa, we've already seen what's happened in Sri Lanka, but countries like Argentina and even Ukraine are vulnerable to these to the increased strength of the U.S. dollar. Stephanie, what do you think the fed thinks about where the dollar is? We had Bill Dudley, the former president of the New York fed on earlier on Bloomberg, and this is what he had to say. He thinks maybe the fed wants this. The fed actually wants the dollar to be relatively firm because a stronger dollar restrains economic activity. And it reduces inflation because it reduces the cost of import imports into the United States. So the fed is not unhappy with the dollar strength. This is just part and parcel. One aspect of how you tighten financial conditions. Professor, do you agree with the bill Dudley? Do you think the fed wants that strong a dollar? I do. I do. I don't think it does a lot of heavy lifting in terms of reducing inflationary pressure, but no question that it helps. I mean, the reality, David is that when I look at the way things have unfolded, let's say for the first half of the year. And what I think lies ahead, what I see is inflation stepping down and signs that to me suggest that we're going to continue to see inflation coming down in the second half of the year. You can say that a strong dollar helps with that. It surely does. You could also argue that a recession helps with that. I prefer not to see that happen. I think if you look at delivery times, they're normalizing. You look at the number of unfilled orders normalizing. You look at transportation costs and rail and frayed containers and air all coming down nicely. Those costs are coming down sharply. The New York fed supply chain pressures index is normalizing. You got companies with few exceptions, but you've got a lot of companies announcing either hiring freezes or layoffs. Many people describe the housing market as already in recession and the strong dollar adds to that. You've got a lot of fiscal drag. You've got Janet Yellen telling us we have substantial fiscal drag in place. So you combine all of those things. And I actually think that we have had enough tightening. It's enough. But the fed doesn't agree. The fed wants to see credible evidence of inflation continuing to come down month after month for some period of time. And until they see that, they're going to continue hiking. And we'll have to deal with the fallout. That's certainly seems to be where they're headed. Thank you so much, professor, always really helpful to have you on that Stephanie kelton. She's stony brook university Professor of economics and public policy. Coming up, we're going to be joined by Jane harman, president emerita of
Bernie Sanders's Economic Advisor Wants to Keep Printing Money
"Is no shock that The New Yorker ran a piece, August 2019, titled The Economist who believes the government should just print more money. Stephanie kelton, a senior economic adviser to Bernie Sanders and Professor of economics and public policy at stony brook university, is popular in a way that economists almost definitionally are not. Filmmakers trail her with cameras. She goes on international speaking tours. And once it sold out a basketball arena in Italy, kelton is the foremost evangelist of a fringe economic movement called modern monetary theory, which argues in part that the government should pay for programs requiring big spending like the Green New Deal simply by printing more money. This is a polarizing idea. This spring at kelton spoke at The Wall Street Journal's future of everything festival on the day as a journal staffer introduced kelton as an economist with an idea that will either solve the world's problems or send it into ruin. She made a face and then walked on stage. So what exactly does she say? Well, adherents of MMT imagine a world built on MMT principles in which the government provides guaranteed jobs, healthcare affordable college, launches clean infrastructure projects to replace crumbling highways airports and bridges. Kelton, who does at least 5 interviews per week, plus lectures speaking gigs in conferences, is more than anyone else responsible for building MMT's digital army. So what exactly is MMT? Well, it means that we just spend money, and don't worry about it.
"stony brook university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"stony brook university" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I gotta take a show flies by some Usually on Monday I'm a little groggy and you know time feels like the time enjoy doing it but I mean I looked up the show's two hours and 6 minutes old already I'm like what just happened I really enjoy being here with you It's unfortunate all that stuff happened And continues to go on with cumulus and all but I want you to know that I sincerely I didn't tend to say this coming out but I really do enjoy being here with you all every day It brings a lot of enrichment joy to my life I'm just sitting in a room for those of you who need a visual It's a small room about Jim seen it I don't know about ten feet across and about 25 feet deep sound very big with some lights in my face because of Fox nation in a TV on in the corner It's just me He's no one else even here guy leaves early I can see Jim on the Skype and Mike and all but it's really just me But I never feel like alone at all even though it's just me and a microphone I really feel like this has made my life so much better It's almost like a cognitive psychology session for me too But one of the things that has always motivated me You know I get the question a lot You know dandy were a police officer and an ancient after that you know what the transition into being a media talking head personality in a talk radio person how did that happen You know I can tell you with complete candor that it was out of anger and rage and sometimes people use anger and rage for really malicious horrible things but I tell people all the time don't I mean no one wants to feel anger and rage but if you use it the right way you can turn it into a lot of good And I really got angry and I got angry when I found out I'd been lied to Growing up in an area of New York City which was popular which was populated by largely working class Democrats where FDR was like a superhero And going to relatively liberal colleges I went to stony brook university and then I transferred to queens college which there were a lot of liberals there believe me a lot of working class kids but a lot of liberals too And dealing with a lot of liberal professors You know you get indoctrinated into thinking and believing a lot of BS and you know one of the greatest tricks ever pulled on me was this liberals are in it for the little guy Democrats are in it for the little guy nonsense Reminds me of Kaiser sosi you know the greatest trick that devil ever pulled was getting the world to believe he didn't exist Well the greatest trick to Democrats ever pulled was getting people to believe that they really give a damn about them when the Democrats really only care about bow tie wearing foie GRAS eating cocktail party attending elites that can finance our campaigns Now I want to be clear I'm not suggesting to you that swampy Republicans again are going to solve all your problems I'm not 'cause I'm not a phony unlike the other side But I am suggesting to you that the cause of almost all of your problems almost certainly left this in Democrats So while Republicans may not solve all your problems Democrats are certainly the cause of it And I wish I wish if I had one wish it would be able to just open the minds of leftists who still believe this nonsense because it's the one thing that allows it to keep perpetuating This is one of those stories last night that made me makes me think of this where I say to myself as I'm reading it How is it that sane rational people parents I mean decent people in their lives they don't hurt people They don't steal from people They live law abiding lives Some of them go to church and are faithful people too How is it you're still Democrats after you read stories like this The story is about this case of charter school sabotages by The Wall Street Journal editorial board And it talks about the Biden administration their efforts to destroy American charter schools Now again I'm a partisan to the liberals listening I know you don't like me I don't like you Can we agree on I can put that aside for a minute okay We get that That's not pretend There's no need for nonsense And inanities okay But I'm just talking to you is it just a dad for a moment here Can you explain to me one possible reason why charter schools By the way if your public school one possible reason why these enormous waiting lists of parents would want to go there if they didn't know what's better with their kid Can you please explain You know more than them about their kids So you have these waiting lists I know because my daughter's in a charter and it's an amazing one and the waiting list is long Very long Why do you know more about the parents of these kids who put their kids on the waiting list to get into these schools And why do you want to stop them I asked this question because when I used to be a villain host that the great WMA L a station where broadcasting on right now which is super weird because I used to be the fill in weekend guy and now for some reason they play me at noon which is crazy time When I used to be the weekend guy there.
"stony brook university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Much Well we just talked about some of the headlines that are out there fighting by on tech starting a study of a COVID-19 vaccine targeting to me that kind of is a little late in my view but I'm not an expert Tim Yeah I thought the same thing I think something similar with the regards to people starting to get certain types of masks now and then those home test kits that are being sent to him as well Right Exactly I'd like to never though Yeah no that's true That's true Let's get into it with doctor Harold Paul He's executive vice president for health sciences over at stony brook university former Chancellor for health affairs at the Ohio State university and CEO of wexner medical center He's also former chief medical officer at Aetna He comes at this from such a great vantage point Doctor pause back with us on the phone from stony brook New York Doctor Paz nice to have you here with Tim and myself How are you Doing well Thank you Good to be with both of you Well it's good to have you here There are a lot of headlines as always that are thrown back at us We are increasingly seeing it once again political when it comes to not having to wear masks We're seeing different things in New York and we're an elsewhere What's first and foremost when you want to have a conversation about COVID right now Well I think first of all we are seeing cases down 75% statewide in New York since beyond the continuity And the positivity rate is down to about 12% from over 22% just since January 5th So that's a positive sign And as I think everyone has heard the east coast New York in particular has led that decline and we are remain very hopeful That the rest of the nation will continue to follow in short order That's really really important And we're seeing that on Long Island as well The numbers are going down So with that background and the headline that Carroll shared that Pfizer and BioNTech have started this trial of a specific vaccine does it seem like it's too late for that because of the way that we've seen variants from the alpha to the delta to the acron and all those in between move or does it kind of make sense Or does it kind of make sense Help us understand why this is why these companies would want to do that So we're going to continue to see variants I believe the COVID 19 virus And as such we know for example that three shots of the vaccine today of these mRNA vaccines are protective in large part particularly as it has to do with hospitalization and superior illness When we're in our study book university hospital the patients that we see hospitalized are the ones that are not vaccinated or if they have had all three vaccines they have severe underlying immunocompromising illnesses such as a transplant or severe underlying cancer something of that sort But for the general population these vaccines three of them together have offered significant protection Now it doesn't mean that people are being prevented from contracting the virus having a mild illness But the important thing is is that we're keeping everything that we do everything we can to keep people out of the hospital and even more importantly keeping them out of the ICU and ventilators and preventing their death That's what we hope for from these vaccines As variants come forward in the future and inevitably there will be more variance in these viruses all these viruses we see that with influenza each year Having new vaccines available to address that's going to be important And I think clinical studies will tell us how effective this news vaccine will be in preventing either this variant beyond the cranberry or something that follows it in the future We talked about someone getting a third or a fourth booster I like to think about it this way and this is how I explain it to family and friends Every year I don't get a flu shot because the flu virus influenza virus has variance It transforms itself each year I've lost count as to the number of times I've received a flu shot each fall But I go get one because I believe it will help prevent me maybe not from contracting the flu but from getting severely sick with the flute and winding up in the hospital And I think that's where we're headed in my opinion with COVID-19 Early on many of us we can eradicate this We could stop it in its tracks as a global pandemic In fact in all likelihood I think about it it will be something that we will contend with but the goal is to reduce it to clusters so that it's not a pandemic And most importantly we can protect the population from wind up becoming critically ill And from one that's being hospitalized and dying that that should be our focus in our goal And when these things do come along we take appropriate measures to protect the community social distancing wearing a mask that's effective so that we can reduce the spread and avoid getting other people sick because some people as I said earlier because of a severe underlying disease may not get the full benefit of the vaccine to protect them Right and we still have to think about this so in terms of global initiatives that hoping everybody's kind of on the same page about this Doctor Paul thank you so much Really appreciate it And the best to you doctor Harold Paul he's executive EP for health sciences over at stony brook university joining us once again on the phone from stony brook New York I mean we know so much more than we did at the start of this No doubt about it We do And I think to a certain extent he talks about the cases being done in New York City just earlier today Carol we learned that Bank of America is.
"stony brook university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So much really appreciate that We just went through some of the big headlines including that CDC panel that is meeting today to talk about the vaccine for kids made by Pfizer and BioNTech So we're watching for some news out of that Let's get to it One of the voices that we've turned to a lot during the health crisis is doctor Harold Paul he is the executive vice president for health sciences at stony brook university former Chancellor for health affairs at the Ohio State university and CEO of wexner medical center also former chief medical officer at etna So he really understands so many different aspects of our healthcare and medical world and has been really like I said a great voice to us during the pandemic He joins us on the phone from stony brook New York first of all congratulations You're in a new position Yes thank you very much Carol I appreciate it Hey we were thinking you know on our planning call we're just thinking about you going from your position before and being in Ohio to now being in New York What are I don't know the differences in terms of what you're seeing about communication the handling and just the processes involving the pandemic What's the same What's different Yeah Yeah yeah So I'm originally from New York and it's great to be back I would say there are a lot of similarities many many more similarities in terms of how the pandemic has been handled by the healthcare workforce both both here and in Ohio In terms of the number of individuals that have been tested the number of vaccinations that have been offered here at stony brook medicine we've vaccinated over half a million individuals to date and this week we're very very busy with the boosters for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson in addition to Pfizer So a lot of similarities in terms of vaccination and testing and certainly in terms of treatment stony brook medicine has cared for hundreds and thousands of patients with COVID at the peak there were over 400 patients in the hospital with COVID and thousands have been cared for across Long Island So a great deal of similarities I think the other big similarity is that as part of this research university stony brook university a lot of research work has been going on testing the vaccines including you mentioned children of the Moderna vaccine has been tested here on children ages 5 to 11 and just a lot of research work over 230 research studies in clinical trials across stony brook medicine and stony brook university Hey doctors I want to go back to boosters before we talk about vaccines for kids Who should get boosters right now In which booster should they get Well that's a great question and there's CDC has been very clear about boosters particularly those who are 65 and older without a doubt those that have certain types of medical conditions The whole question of mixing and matching boosters with the original vaccine is an open question And I can tell you that I received my booster today as a matter of fact And my thinking is is that if I received a vaccine and it worked well for me originally the first and second shot if it was either Moderna or Pfizer I made the decision to go ahead and get Moderna for the booster as well If someone had some reaction to a vaccine and certainly it would make sense to think about a booster different booster than they originally received But we're still waiting for the research to indicate if there is any advantage to mixing the booster later on from what they originally received And we're going to need some research studies to show that makes any sense or not But I would just underscore one thing Most importantly get the booster if you fit one of the categories that require you were suggest that you get the booster because frankly that's the most important thing And worry less about trying to tailor it to the specific situation unless you are in the circumstances I described before So do you not if you don't meet those circumstances because we Tim and I have talked about we know individuals where you can basically walk into a pharmacy and get a shot and it's pretty easy to get Should you hold off And I've practiced this myself because I waited until this week to get the booster and I had advised everyone in my family and I've been asked many many times Follow the CDC recommendations That's how I've worked all through this pandemic It makes a lot of sense to me because there are so many people looking at the data at the FCA and the CDC in real time and are being guided by the science And I think for all of us dealing with so much information so many reports that they hear in the media what they hear from neighbors even I think the one thing that is consistent is is that we should try to depend as much as we can on the information that's available from our physicians from our local healthcare workers that care for us and from organizations that have access to huge amounts of data All right that's a good final thought And an important one Hey thank you so much and congratulations again doctor Harold pause He is the executive vice president for health sciences It's stony brook university joining us on the phone from stony brook Some really clear thinking on that I have to tell you I have a friend who yesterday they're both vaccinated his wife has a breakthrough case and she's symptomatic You got a PCR test He's negative And he's not finding a lot of answers for what should he do right now Should he where should he be where she be How does he stay negative How long is she in How long does she have this for There's still so many wearing masks Like what are they doing He's texting me all these questions and I say check the CDC Talk to your doctor All right We've got a lot more to come including taking a look at Avis soaring in today's trade This is a Bloomberg and now it's Geico's motorcycle rules of the.
"stony brook university" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"This has been clear and vivid. At least i hope so. My thanks to the sponsor of this podcast and to wall of you. Who support our show on patriot. You keep clear and vivid up and running. And after we pay expenses whatever's leftover goes to the all the santa for communicating science at stony brook university. So your support is contributing to the better communication of science. Were very grateful. Paul right is getting back in shape and brushing up on quantum mechanics to film the third and men movie later this year. It's subtitled quantum mania. Meanwhile he's co starring with will ferrell in an apple. Tv original series premiering in november called the shrink next door. This episode was edited and produced by our executive producer. Graham shed with help from our associate producer. Jeanne shaheen are sound engineers. Erica and our publicist. Is sarah hill. You can subscribe to our podcast for free at apple. Podcasts stitcher wherever you like to listen Next in our series of conversations. I talk with cynthia. Kenyon she made a major breakthrough twenty years ago. When she discovered a gene that dramatically slowed aging in a miniscule worm. Since then she's been working to see if her discovery could slow ageing and other animals. Like you and me first of all have to just say and i always say this because it's very true. We don't know that the drug that we could make to hit. These genes will have an effect at all in humans. But let's suppose do it would be as though it would take you two days to ages much as you now age in one day. Okay so you would spend a lot more time being young but then you would also spend more time being old on the other hand wait. There's one more thing that's good. That is good. Which is that enamels. These drugs seem to have very beneficial effects on diseases. There's less cancer of the heart is much better. It seems like the brain is more is better so it's not really clear what will happen. But at least if we go by what we see an animal's the diseases of aging seemed to be pushed out and they that is later in time and if anything. They seem less severe. Cynthia canyon next time on clear and vivid. Meanwhile on our other podcasts. Science clear and vivid. I talk with polina and akiva. She's making breakthroughs in communicating with the sales of the brain and spinal cord using ultra thin electrodes and even tiny magnetic particles. Gues- are very much at the frontier of technology. A lot of things that we do are strange and wild and of very far away from the clinic because there's a lot of Safety and efficacy studies that need to be conducted before we can apply this to treat human condition but in terms of providing information to understand how the brain works. The nervous system works. That's what our device is ready to be used right now. Polina anna kifah. Next time on science clear and vivid for more details about clear and vivid and to sign up for my newsletter. Please visit alan alda dot com. And you can also find us on facebook and instagram at clear and vivid and i'm on twitter at alan alda. Thanks for listening bye bye..
"stony brook university" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Are a reality in February in New York, so we haven't seen that in a couple of seasons, but we stand at the ready. Alternate side of the street parking rules are suspended through Wednesday. And outdoor dining in the city will be suspended Sunday. David Folk Thomas W. O Our new governor, Cuomo announces that appointments at state run covert 19 vaccination sites on Long Island are being postponed because of the snow wanted Stony Brook University. The other Jones Beach will be closed Sunday. The forecast calling for as much as eight inches of snow. The governor said the appointments will be rescheduled for the following week. And all individuals affected will get an email or text regarding a new vaccination date. Cops are releasing surveillance video of a man wanted in connection to a rape last summer in Queens, Upset happened back on August 21st around 11 P.m. near 90th Avenue and 171st Street in Jamaica. 36 year old woman was walking in the area when an unknown man approached her and forced her into an alleyway. He then pushed the victim to the ground and raped her. The suspect is described as a white male and is believed to be in his twenties. Paul de Castro, w O R News, Sports and your Weather Channel forecast Next w o R news time. 11 03 Did you get on an airplane? If you knew it had a 50% chance of crashing. You may be riding that plane right now. If you have your money in a 41, K or IRA, and you plan to take out the recommended percentage each year when you retire, your chance of running out of.
"stony brook university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Government infectious disease expert, asked today how to restore the public's confidence in science. So there was so many areas in human health in which science has benefited us. But science goes beyond biology and beyond the biomedical sciences and go to so many things that science does. For us, But you know, as a physician and as a biomedical scientist, I just would ask people to just take a moment to think about. The science that's gone into the development of vaccines against diseases that a century or more ago would have had the life expectancy of people in this country be significantly less. And it is right now Vaccines against the common childhood diseases that often killed Children. Vaccines globally against smallpox, which was one of the great scourges of the world against measles against polio, and now We're dealing is, Alan said with the current situation that biomedical research and science has given us something that just the decade ago would have seemed unimaginable to be able to have a new virus that we had never had experience before being thrust. Upon us and throw us into one of the most extraordinary destructive pandemic in over 100 years and just over the past few days. Science has allowed us to have a vaccine that when we distributed to people throughout the country and hopefully throughout the world, we will crush this outbreak. That has really terrorized us for the last 11 months, Not only here in the United States but worldwide. It's damaged severely the economy and lead to people suffering things not necessarily directly related to being ill themselves. But all the secondary consequences that go with the effects of a global pandemic such as this, so when this is over, which it will be over We're gonna look back and say it was science that got us out of this pure science the typical way where people discover And build upon previous discoveries until you get to a point where you have an intervention, that's extraordinarily effective. So that's what I would like to leave the audience who have any skepticism about science. With that thought, and Dr Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a virtual conversation today that also included he mentioned Alan Alan Alda, the actor. And a professor at Stony Brook University's Center for Communicating Science. Alan Alda up made a suggestion that people take selfie is after getting vaccinated. And it occurred to me a couple of days ago. What do you think of this? 20 thinking His doctor Fauci. It seems to me the most trusted people. The best ambassadors might be the people who are getting vaccinated themselves because they've made the choice to do it and they have a good reasons to do it and there's a 15 minute period. I understand where they're being observed after the shot. If during that period somebody could suggest to them. Tell your friends tell your friends why did did it. Tell them how it's going for you and why any discomfort might be worth it to you to just spread the word just asking them to spread the word to people who trust him. And then it occurred to me. What about this is an idea. If it's possible to take a selfie while you're getting the shot and posted on the Web posted on social media, the people, you know, trust you and you can spread the word that way. So instead of taking a selfie, take a vaccine. Okay. Good idea. Alan Dr Anthony Fauci with Alan Alda, actor and professor at Stony Brook University. This event was hosted by Duke University and the audio and video can be found in full at our website C Span That, or G'kar Washington today continues in a moment. Sundays at noon Eastern time here, Interviews with national leaders and journalists round tables on NBC's Meet The Press ABC.
"stony brook university" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O R W O R on wx you HD to New York eyes and ears to Your World Way. The Voice of New York. 7 10 W. O R and I aren't radio station. It's 74 degrees and cloudy at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm David Folk. Thomas Ah Bombshell Text message from an FBI employee says Trump was right. Shortly after then President elect Trump suggested officials delayed a White House transition briefing on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election because they needed time to build a case for Russian collusion. Against former national security advisor Michael Flynn. The admission is contained in a text message exchange taking place on January 5th 2017 that the Justice Department released this week. The identities of the FBI employees involved in the conversation are blacked out. The documents also reveal that the primary source for the steel dossier paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign. Had been the subject of an earlier counterintelligence investigation into that sources ties to Russia. Flynn's lawyers saying This evidence shows outrageous, deliberate misconduct by the FBI and the Department of Justice. Playing games with the life of a national hero. Well, a man is under arrest for driving while intoxicated after a crash leaves a woman and her three daughters injured on Long Island. Paul de Castro reports. The accident happened after 5 P.m. Friday on county Road 83 in Farmingville. Cops say Erica Batista's vehicle was disabled in the right lane when it was rear ended by a Jeep being driven by Chrisman Pettit. Was arrested at the scene and charged with D W I mean, while the 31 year old Bautista and two of her daughters, ages four and eight, were transported the Stony Brook University Hospital with serious injuries, Bautista's 10 year old daughter suffered non life threatening injuries. Paul de Castro, who our news the news is brought to you by Dr Leader Min's radiosurgery, New York called to 12 choices for more information and listen to Dr Lieberman's radiosurgery show Coming up next here on 7 10. W O R Here's your W. R Weather Channel forecast high of 74 today under mix of clowns and sunshine and then clouded with fog overnight is the low drops to 67 that fog lifts tomorrow morning that a party cloudy afternoon.
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"Shocked at their neighbor. And NYPD Cop and an Army reserve is being held on federal charges of espionage to believe. I mean, that's true. You should go away for the rest of the lightning. China town residents have won a lawsuit challenging New York City's plans to build a jail down alarm. Manhattan Jan Lee, The petitioner in that lawsuit says judge agreed those plans are all part of an illegal process after the Jail site was switched without a public here here very happy that the judge has understood that the city has not taken a hard look at some of the health impacts in building a jail of this size. And also found the process to be totally illegal. It is not yet known of New York City will appeal that decision. The city hope to build the jail part of its plan to close Rikers Island. Deadly house fire and holtsville out on Long Island, Suffolk County, police say the residents lone occupant, 32 year old Connor Farley, pronounced dead at Stony Brook University Hospital following Monday's fire at his residence that cause Non criminal in nature, your city's mayor de Blasio's open toe offering a city workers early retirement, as supported by New York City Council members Morelli and Carnegie. Early retirement as a policy is something we have to put in the plate. So I agree with those council members. In fact, I've spoken to the leadership of the Legislature in Albany and many members of Legislature. There's a strong consensus that early retirement will have to be part of this package in New York City, looking at options as it grapples with a $9 Billion Cove in 19 shortfall, w ABC News TOMATO five TRAFFIC sports and weather Next video 77 Dirty Way. BC Curtis.
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"Joe Biden says police funding should be redirected New York City Open schools on a part time basis. New Jersey mandates out door face mass. You have to wear Mr Trump a 91% chance of re election this November. So, says one political expert. Also ahead. Robert Redford says he's voting for Joe Biden Wait'll You hear why But first the Supreme Court issuing two important rulings today surrounding President Trump's tax returns, it says the president has to turn over The tax stuff to Cy Vance, the D A. Of Manhattan who is trying to prove crimes that the Trump Organization allegedly committed, however. The tax returns don't go to advance immediately. They goto lower courts. The House of Representatives also wanted to see the tax returns. But the Supreme Court says no so a split decision for President Trump. Joe Biden caving to the radical base of his party, it seems saying some funds should be redirected from police departments all across the country. The former vice president, telling reporters he would move money towards reforming the criminal justice system. New York City, far left Mayor deBlasio confirming public schools will open with a reduced schedule this coming fall. The new model will have students alternating in the classrooms and home. City also gives parents the option to have the kids work remotely full time. New Jersey Governor Murphy signing an executive order requiring people to, uh, wear facemasks out doors if they cannot social distance. Cove it getting a 10 week high in Jersey after the state ease some shutdown rules. Certain restrictions apply Children under two, for example, do not have to wear a mask. A political scientist at Stony Brook University on Long Island gives President Trump 91% chance of re election this November. President Hell, Mutt nor path has accurately predicted at least his model has 25 of the last 27 elections. In a moment. Robert Redford doesn't believe that he wants Joe Biden to be the next president will tell.
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"July 9th 2020 year listening to the O'Reilly Update. Here's what's happening across the nation major decision on President Trump by the Supreme Court. Joe Biden says police funding should be redirected New York City Open schools on a part time basis, NEWJERSEY mandates out door face mass you have to wear Mr Trump a 91% chance of re election this November. So, says one political expert. Also ahead. Robert Redford says he's voting for Joe Biden Wait'll You hear why But first the Supreme Court issuing two important rulings today surrounding President Trump's tax returns, it says the president has to turn over The tax stuff to Cy Vance, the D A of Manhattan who is trying to prove crimes that the Trump organization allegedly committed. However, the tax returns don't go to advance immediately. They goto lower courts. The House of Representatives also wanted to see the tax returns. But the Supreme Court says no so a split decision for President Trump. Joe Biden caving to the radical base of his party, It seems saying some fun should be redirected from police departments all across the country. The former vice president, telling reporters he would move money towards reforming The criminal justice system. New York City, far left Mayor de Blasio confirming public schools will open with a reduced schedule this coming fall. The new model will have students alternating in the classrooms and home. City also gives parents the option to have the kids work remotely full time. New Jersey Governor Murphy signing an executive order requiring people to, uh wear facemasks out doors. If they cannot social distance. Cove it getting a 10 week high in Jersey after the state ease some shutdown rules. Certain restrictions apply Children under two, for example, do not have to wear a mask. A political scientist at Stony Brook University on Long Island gives President Trump A 91% chance of re election this November. President Hell, Mutt nor path has accurately predicted at least his model has 25 of the last 27 elections.
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"Every radical cook Mob rioting protesting organisation Every left wing, the Blasio AOC, far left Ellen Omar. He's tidal that that's him. That's what he's running with. No, he could distance himself. But first of all, he's not. He's not even awake, and he's not even mentally there. But let's say he did distance himself. Then he's at war with his own party. What is he to? How does he run with them? He's this guy's got more baggage in the Kardashians here when he's trying to run. Now there's one guy in America who is the best forecaster of presidential elections ever. Never. He never misses its helmet nor thought you know about this guy, the professor from Stony Brook University. He created the perfect model, and he's not like these fake poles where they used rig met Brig. Metrics and bad data puts him the finest data. He was the only guy back in the cold 2016 Exactly. He hit almost exactly the number of electoral votes. He just came out. With his forecast Friday. Trump has in 91% chance. Of re election. I'm gonna get the electoral vote total. It was something like 360 electoral votes, so helmet north and we'll go over it later. I'll give you I'll give you all the figures a little later on, but that's big news. Also check out the Web page. A lot of good stuff up there. Hey, we had a lot of great videos from the Fourth of July. Some great tributes to America. Don't miss those also a great quarantine song board in the Yusa Hand O take a look at this. This is a little survey on the street. Most Americans have no idea why we celebrate the Fourth of July. It's all up in the Web page, Go to 7 10 W o r dot com slash mark 7 10 w o r dot com slash mark three wide of today's Mark Simone Show continues neck him Live tomorrow morning. 10 to noon 7 10 ur You know, I used to think that Medicare was one big, complex mystery. What's covered? What's not. Then I made one phone call to United Healthcare and got the answers. I need it in one call. I don't I could combine my Medicare coverage into a single plan for little or no extra money with the AARP Medicare advantage plans from United Healthcare I get more coverage.
Man, 33, dressed in tactical gear 'walks into Long Island hospital with three bombs in his backpack'
"The F. B. I. has now joined into the investigation after a man walked into Stony Brook university hospital last night with the back pot pack which contained three explosives thirty three year old Robert Rhoden was taken into custody he faces numerous charges nobody
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"O. R. voice of New York media stations we have seventy three degrees and mostly cloudy skies at four o'clock good morning I'm Steve greenfield in New York City department of education is preparing for a hybrid school year this coming fall which could have student spending sometime in actual school buildings as well as at home during the pandemic James flippin reports schools chancellor Richard Carranza sent out a letter this week referring to the process as blended learning he also told administrators to make sure that personal protective equipment is supplied in on hand while prepping for a new and stepped up cleaning process Rumiko lane reacting out in queens she's sending her son off to kindergarten under the circumstances the point gain but I also understand how it could be concerned students could also return to school in phases or different groups and split schedules are possible there's no indication this would happen exactly after Labor Day either rather it could be some time passed that period when this all gets going James flippant W. O. R. news an arrest has been made after two floors of Stony Brook university hospital on Long Island were evacuated earlier this week a hospital security guard called State University police regarding a suspicious man in the emergency department thirty three year old Robert Groden was taken into custody shortly after nine PM Tuesday and was found to have a total of three explosive devices in his backpack on Wednesday a search warrant was executed as mastic beach home during which time multiple explosive devices were found as well Suffolk County police are working with the FBI in the investigation is ongoing mayor de Blasio continues to remind new Yorkers to keep social distancing and to get a corona virus test more from Scott Pringle there are several thousand city employees actively doing testing and tracing their boss yo says only orders need to get a crown of Irish test to help the city continue with three opening process we think about the school year ahead I want everyone tested as you think about going back to work I want everyone tested will make it more available than ever and now mobile testing trucks are on the streets with more coming next month the mayor says they will drive in neighborhoods hardest hit by coronavirus the tests are free I'm Scott Pringle W. O. R. news president trump's approval rating is down by ten points according to a Gallup poll only thirty nine percent of voters approve of his work while fifty seven percent say they disapprove it reflects one of the largest routes an approval rating in a single month period the poll also reflects how the president is dealing with the corona virus pandemic and the nationwide protest in response to George Floyd's death polls released by fox news last week show Joe Biden ahead of president trump key Republican states including Ohio Wisconsin and Arizona the commander in chief is also demanding an apology and retraction from CNN for their poll results saying their purpose was to manufacture.
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"The most drastic action we can take and he took it that's the governor of New York earlier today basically quarantining the entire state of New York except for essential services things like pharmacies and grocery stores gas stations I'm assuming will all remain open but other than that you got to be home you got to be working from home you got to be in your home that's the new statement standard for New York state which has by the way about fifty percent of all the cases in the U. S. about seven thousand of them of the fourteen thousand are in New York state and the majority of those are in New York City but we will break all this down as we continue to to roll through this afternoon chemical about have you with us lease Eldon is the proud representative of a good chunk of Long Island in Washington DC and he was someone that had a lot of opportunity to fight for what was right earlier in the the year and in the last over the last a couple of years with the Russia investigation and so forth but I wanted to get him back with this in congressman I'm I'm always grateful for your time how are people in your district holding up under the current circumstances of what we're seeing with covert nineteen what the hell side in the economic side there's a disruption to the quality of life that certainly impacts everybody for those individuals who have come down with a cold nineteen or people in their family were to deal with the health component that has been an issue Yadav as personal as it possibly gas gets get access to the testing and to ensure that yeah their loved one is able to recover that's that that is as personal as as it gets nearly this week we open up our first drive through free corona virus testing site at Stony Brook university the open from seven AM to seven PM seven days a week there's a phone number for the state anyone in your state can call the number eight eight eight three six four three zero six five make a reservation for the multiple drive thru sites that are now open up in many different counties including as I mentioned here in Suffolk then you have the the economic peace you're the small business owner seeing eighty five to ninety plus percent drop or a hundred percent drop depending on what type of a small business you have if you have a pizzeria at least you're still able to sell some food out of your front door maybe some people are willing to purchase a gift cards.
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"Ten percent of the division one schools disciplinary records and among them we found nearly fifty athletes who were found responsible for sexual assault and about a quarter of them actually transfer to other schools neighboring genes in was a junior at the university of Idaho in two thousand thirteen when she says she was sexually assaulted by wide receiver jury level she reported him to the school which eventually found him responsible and expelled him but not before he transferred to Stony Brook university in New York where he played football for another two seasons AS in athletes a privilege and I feel like he's a loss that privilege V. NC double a responding that their policy states that colleges and universities must cooperate with all investigations into sexual violence which must be managed in the same manner as investigations involving all other students and staff on campus they say the NC double a board of governors will continue to evaluate its policies at the B. C.'s Amy Robach president trump signaling trade talks with China are moving forward despite his own senior officials trying to raise not to raise expectations for an imminent deal president trump this morning sent a confident message on trade talks with China rating on Twitter quote getting very close to a big deal it was just last week when the president said he liked the idea of waiting until after next year's presidential election to make a deal with China a comment that led to a drop on Wall Street president trump has expressed confidence before that a deal was within reach but he hasn't gotten it across the finish line is Tom trade negotiators have been careful to not set expectations US tariffs on Chinese products are scheduled to increase on December fifteenth Karen Travers ABC news the White House being called an act of domestic terrorism more the shootings in Jersey city New Jersey coming up after it get a triple a traffic.
"So what are the guiding principles of creativity is that some of you very best ideas. Come out of sheer frustration products like honest tea or cliff bar olders dyson these all came about because their founders couldn't find the beverages or energy bars or shoes or or vacuum cleaners that they wanted so they invented them but in the case of Tristan Walker. I think it's safe to say that he didn't just start from a place of mild frustration. He actually started from a place of being fed up even angry because for most of his life he had felt completely league ignored totally overlooked whenever he walked into the shaving. I'll drugstore virtually all the big shaving brands were making products that worked well on men with relatively straight hair but tristen couldn't find a high quality razor that worked on his curly facial hair without leaving razor bumps olivarez neck Kajol line and he knew that like him many African American men were dealing with the exact same problem so he decided to design bevill a shaving system with a simple single blade razor that was easy on his face and he wanted everything about the product to look and feel great not like the dusty boxes of shaving products for African American men that we seem to be on the bottom shelves at the drugstore and his ambition to build a black owned and led consumer Marand as big as Johnson Johnson or proctor and gamble but of course when I tried to raise money from all those VC firms on sand hill road in Silicon Valley and he got a lot of knows but eventually he was able to launch his company with a razor some shaving cream but of oil and brush and over the past five years his brand has grown to include more than thirty specialized hair and beauty products for men and women which are now sold and lots of big retailers lers across the country a few weeks ago. Tristan sat down to tell me how he did it in front of a live audience at the Lincoln Theater in Washington. DC tristen Walker Central. I'll take it so let's start. Let's start at the beginning. Tell me about about out your childhood knew you grew up in Queens where I like to describe. It is a bit of the Rosa grew from concrete story. I grew up in Queens New York projects. It's Welfare Bouts of homelessness that sort of stuff right and I realized very early at one goal in life and as as wealthy as possible as quickly as possible Salaam. I realized three ways to do it. I was to be an actor athlete that didn't work second second was to work on Wall Street that didn't work in the last entrepreneurship and then thank goodness. I came to that realization. We were a little boy. A A your dad died. He was killed killed and you grew up with an older brother and your mom. What did your mom do yet for work so oh my mom worked three jobs mainly New York City Housing Authority Administrative Assistant? She spent some time working for Time Warner Cable and she did some retail all at the same time within seven days. I don't know how she did it. She did it. Thank goodness for her. It was not easy but she persevered and as a result of I think her perseverance good fortune beam I graduate college in my family and she she really in what what do you remember about like your neighborhood growing up as a kid I mean would did you do. Did you add in do much because I couldn't do much like my father was killed. When I was three years old? I don't remember too much about him other than the fact that he was killed when I was three years old which is a little bit telling to Kinda type of environment that I did grow up in so you know I lived probably the first six seven years of my life live in Jamaica Queens New York forty projects in the time I turned around seven years old. We moved to flushing Queens. Another project can development and it was much of the same right. My mother was like you're going to be the one you're not gonNa go through this stuff very disciplined. Stay home. Get Your studies and you're not going outside. When I snuck snuck outside? She caught me. I got in a lot of trouble but that was really kind of my life right. Get to school get home. Do you work repeat and you know that discipline actually Kinda got me to wearing them. Now school easy for you has a kid yeah. I was a good student because the discipline that was inspired me I always excelled right. I tended to be at least up until high school anyway at or near the top of my class you know and I kinda slow down when I say that stuff because by the time I got to high school. I realized I didn't even know what a verb was right. I wouldn't do this entire time. All the way up until my high school years doing really really well at the top of my class not even knowing what verb now and that sort of thing was as a teenager you ended up going to this really elite private boarding school hotchkiss in Connecticut the way I like to describe posh kisses is the first time I got to see how the other half lived. I went to school literally rockefellers Ford's right and I learned a couple of things first name mattered to being wealthy wasn't same as being rich and the last and probably the most important was I can compete with each and every one of them while while while I didn't know Oh what a verb was I learned and by the end of my four years they're you know on a roll like that. Sort of thing you know is then absolutely just wonderful experience for me but transformative in a little bit different from how I grew up was it was the transition for you when you got there because you were like fourteen years old. I've been living away from home since I was thirteen fourteen years old and were the first few months at hard for you. academically we get to the school and I realize I don't even have a computer and you know all of my other classmates had computers that sort of thing and I went to leave as the English professor who is my adviser at the time and I remember he took me to this basement. We're all used textbooks are and then he was old compaq like Presidio L. Computer that we had the like hall out and take it to my room so academically. It was very tough because I wasn't equipped with the tools to compete but over the years accelerating so you fish you go to Stony Brook University New York to study economics. Most most students don't necessarily know what they're gonNa do but did you have a sense of what you want to pursue their and what you thought you would do after I mean I was always thinking about the after I wanted to get wealthy yeah I was pretty singular in that help very singular in that hope and overtime that's kind of morphed and changed and the things that are important Ed Morrison changed but I knew I was very very very focused on how to get there and Wall Street was the next greatest option. All this silicon valley stuff at new idea about my world was New England so you're thinking do this degree and I'll go into finance plows e- economics is the closest degree we had at Stony Brook again to Wall Street Okay and in between my first and second year of university I got an internship and Lehman Brothers back office halfway through I I said I want to try some of this front office stuff so I left that enjoined trading desk at the time just observing so when you graduate so you you went actually went to work for Leman and then as a traitor and then everything and eventually JP Morgan in that time at that time time period. Did you still think this is what I should be doing. This is my sort of path to the worst years of my life. This is two thousand and five when I joined the company and as a traitor. Your job is to make money
Survey finds teens unaware they are vaping nicotine
"As e cigarette you sewers in high schools. New research from Stony Brook university shows many people don't understand the amount of addictive nicotine there inhaling with every puff in the new survey. Many teen said they regularly used e cigarettes but swore they only vape nicotine free products. But urine test very marker of nicotine use came up positive forty percent of the time in the same group of vapor. We don't have the treatments for teenagers now for nicotine results. But we don't have it for teens. That's really scary. This
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"Of the year, Jane Salomon linguist and residents at dictionary dot com says the rampant spread of misinformation is really providing new challenges for navigating life in two thousand eighteen she adds that understanding the concept of misinformation is vital to identifying misinformation as we encounter it in the wild. And that she says could ultimately help curb its impact misinformation is defined as false information. That is spread regardless of whether there is intent to mislead elisa's Z for the human brain death may not be as immediate as it seems researchers from the Stony Brook university of medicine found it may take hours for the brain shut down after death as the blood slowly stops pumping to it by looking at patients with cardiac arrest, they found that the individuals. Could remember many details about their surroundings? Once they've been revived some say, this could mean that people stay conscious. Inside their body for a while after death the team hopes their findings may help prevent brain damage during the resuscitation of patients. That's NBC's. Lisa carter. KTAR news time is twelve. Oh, four on Wall Street are now the Dow is up one hundred ninety seven to twenty four thousand four eighty four. The NASDAQ is up eighty three to seventy or seven thousand twenty two and five hundred up twenty four to twenty six fifty seven oil at fifty one seventy three and now max gains in esta wealth management gives us the
Health officials warn of new species of tick found in NY state
"Affected James flippin for, seven ten w. o. ARA. Number of legionnaires cases in upper Manhattan is now up to eighteen and that includes one fatality according to the New York City health department. And deputy Commissioner Dimitri discus the cooling tower suspected in the outbreak heaven clean and now I now believe that that cluster has been contained So that we do have bad news of a mortality we have the good news that the environmental. Exposure we believe is over some now people he can contract legionnaires disease. By breathing and water. Vapor that contains bacteria and if you are experiencing flu like symptoms you should contact your doctor immediately there's a new type of tick finding a home in Westchester county New York state officials say the long horned take has been found in several locations it's native to, Australia New Zealand and eastern Asia and the, health department says they don't know, what specific threat the. Tick now poses to. Humans in the state they are urging people to be cautious as usual when hiking working or even spending time in wooded areas a man is. Under arrest after being seen on a cell phone video menacing a subway riders Sunday on the video the suspect pulled a knife on a father and his family after they intervene. When they said the man hit his own child, said the. Man also threatened to kill the father the incident started on On each train canal street about three thirty pm and ended. With the suspect pulling out a knife at the west fourth street stop stop. And, Long Island students are mourning the death of a seventeen year old Farmingdale student. She collapsed last night after suffering some sort, of medical episode at a school. Function at Salem high high school east and she was pronounced dead, at Stony Brook university, hospital we'll have sports and your Weather Channel forecast up next. Wwl news time eleven, oh four balance of nature's, fruits and.