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Dodgers beat Diamondbacks 4-2, keep pace in NL West race
"Chris Taylor rob the pair of potential extra base hits on defense in the ninth inning to secure the Dodgers four two victory at Arizona AJ Pollock hit a two run Homer and also stole one extra base hit from Josh Rowe Haas in the first inning winning pitcher Tony Gosselin limited the Diamondbacks to two runs over five innings Kenley Jansen earned his thirty fifth save closing out the Dodgers fifteenth win in seventeen meetings with the D. backs the outcome also keep the Dodgers one game behind the giants for first place in the National League west and baseball's top record I'm Dave Ferrie
Kids News: Los Angeles Dodgers Ball Girl Tackles Pitch Invader to the Ground
"Ball girl for the los angeles dodgers making. What many are calling the play of the game college senior marisa rowe. Han did what seven security guards couldn't sunday night. She took down a fan who jumped into center field. The interloper was quick on his feet. He even hurdled. One attempted tackle as he raced into the infield but he didn't bet on the back girl wearing number ninety three and waiting for him near the first baseline as he neared. She leveled up and grab just enough of his jersey to flip him over the railing. And back into the stands. The crowd went wild and soden social media with posts calling her the mvp and some football fans asking their favorite teams to sign her to a contract as for the field crusher. He was hauled out of the stadium and likely banned for life
WHO Leader Says Virus Risk Inevitable at Tokyo Olympics
"In Tokyo to address out Andhra braces says the game should not be judged by the number of coronavirus cases there is no zero risk in life he says how infections are handled matter most our focus as a world United must be on doing everything we can to triumph over the pond health experts in Japan have warned of the Olympics becoming a super spreader event Ted Rowe says the pandemic is a test and the world is family anyone who thinks the pandemic is often because it's all about where they leave is living in a fools paradise he predicts more than one hundred thousand deaths worldwide from the virus before the Olympic flame goes out in Tokyo August eighth I'm at Donahue
How Do We Properly Secure Remote Work
"Anthony rowe hit. Why don't you introduce yourselves. Let our audience know who you are where you work for and you both see sows. But you're welcome to say which your titles again goal. Awesome all to jump in so many johnson managing partner del risks. We do market research Fortune one thousand companies cyber formula so at fannie mae g treasury engine working so the court bank large stuck world. How would it be here today. Awesome row hit a guys. Thanks for having me. Your becher actually share the stage with anthony. So i'm cranky disease. Oh for collective health. That's why manage our cyber security and privacy program a collective health as a company where benefits platform predator where we basically consolidate all health related services to our self funded employer health winds and in a sense that means we're in a heavily regulated industry with the hippo on bunch of other law center kind of dictating the business structure but also there's a heavy reliance on the partners and vendors that we work with from an ecosystem standpoint. Family was backstage since. Now you know still security. Mostly focused on the core security to begin with and now You know dabble my feet in two zero which is more comprehensive way looking security. I guess that's that's me
A Stroll Through Racing History: Peter Pan
"Later today. The new york racing association will present the peter pans. Jake's a grade three tests for three year olds of the violin. Eight at belmont park. The racing world will be watching to see a potential belmont stakes. Contender might emerge from the field and has been the case many times in the past but for our purposes. We take a look back at peter. Pan himself the champion thoroughbred of the early twentieth century for whom the race is named peter. Pan was a home. Home-bred fold in nineteen hundred four for owner breeder and wall street investors. James r keene. His trainer was hall of famer. James rowe who would count peter pan among the record thirty four champions. He conditioned turf historian. Ws burke described peter pan as a bay with a narrow blaze. his head was broad between the is deepened the jowl and square at the muzzle. He had a stout neck. A beautifully laid shoulder and a deep girth and flakes. His barrel was buried. Full the ribs arching the quarters massive and the tail set low all according to vosper on another occasion fosberg described. Peter pan is a big burly bay with every evidence of constitution and a degree of courage which helped him carry his speed. When the pace was at its fiercest asks for breeding. Peter pan was the son of belmont stakes winner and two-time forcibly your command bill. His mother mayor named cinderella and one in stakes company in england at a mile and a half. His third dam was a full sister to the epsom derby winner of eighteen. Seventy two as a two year old in nineteen. Oh six. Peter pan scored his first aches victory. On june twenty eight taking the surf stakes at five and a half furlongs as the co. Second choice at the sheep's head bay racetrack in brooklyn a few weeks later on august sixth. He's on the flash bakes the same distance saratoga leading all the way under top weight of one hundred twenty five pounds as the two to one favorite
Supreme Court Affirms American Indigenous Man's Right to Hunt in Canada
"The supreme court of canada friday ruled seven to two in favor of a washington state man who was charged with illegally hunting and canada more than a decade ago. Emily swing reports in two thousand ten. Rick data crossed the us. Canada border into british columbia. Where he intentionally hunted for elk without a license back in nineteen fifty three the last surviving member of desautels ancestral tribe. The cynics passed away in british columbia three years later. The province reclaimed cynics lands and canada's federal government officially declared the tribe extinct does to wanted to prove his people were anything but extinct. He was acquitted in two thousand seventeen but the province appealed twice and lost now. The supreme court of canada has sided with denzel via zoom defense. Attorney mark underhill delivered. The news to desa tell his wife linda and dozens of other cynics who had gathered to celebrate the rooms on behalf of canada. Welcome we want. This is the first time. The supreme court of canada has interpreted what it means to be an aboriginal peoples of canada in the majority opinion. Judge malcolm rowe wrote but cynics rights are protected by canada's constitution and that to exclude aboriginal peoples who were forced to move out of canada would risk perpetuating the historic injustice suffered by aboriginal peoples at the hands of europeans loggers miners and white settlers who moved into british columbia in the nineteenth century proved to be hostile. Neighbors and many strikes were forced to move south across the border onto the reservation of the confederated tribes of the call ville in washington state. Rodney causton is the call chairman. He's also cynics. He says his tribe will now work to protect cultural resources and sacred sites in canada. We will begin looking at are averaging title back to orlando are traditional homelands and also the recognition that we do have rights as the first nation in canada.
Therapy Bunny at Ballpark Brings Smiles and Is Instant Hit
"Even the announcers notice the bunny it's not small either that's a big fella tape from Major League Baseball the big golden color therapy bunny named Alex was at the giants game with owner K. Kato and Josh Rowe yeah Kato lost her brewery restaurant during the pandemic she tells the AP the big body helps her deal with the anxiety and the stress of no longer having our main source of income and fulfillment Alex also helps others he's a lions club international ambassador Alex has become an instant Twitter sensation I'm at Donahue
More Than 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws
"Voting rights have become a hot button issue including among business leaders this weekend. Dozens of ceos and other senior leaders met on zoom to discuss how they should respond to new voting laws proposed for texas and other states according to people on the call. Wsj's emily glaser has the details. So there are more than one hundred ceos and other senior executives that joined this zoom on saturday afternoon with the express purpose of talking about voting rights and in the beginning there was a lot of background about what the georgia legislation other state legislation and bills include about. Whether or not they were strict voter access and then kenneth chenault the former. Ceo of american express longtime corporate board director as well as kenneth frazier. Ceo of merck really made their pitch to these ceo's and other business executives of what their new statement is going to say how they believe it's non-partisan it's all about ensuring voter access for all and really urged the ceo's to add their names and so As part of the call kennedy channel told the executives that several companies had signalled that they would sign on including pepsi. co pay. Pal t. rowe price and has so across industries a lot of large companies. And you know what we heard from our sources that even during this zoom ceo's of different companies like amc and cyberport core technologies. Were saying i'm in. I'm in
Selling Confidently Without Being 'Salesy' With Hailey Rowe
"You so much for coming on the show. Haley thank you. I'm so excited to be here on the wins. Who so happy to be here. So let's start with your background. How debuts taught to do business yes. So i grew up in well i would say performing. I was a singer and try acting and all these different things and really at a young age i realized the importance of selling yourself really to be honest and in two thousand ten. I knew that i had an interest in helping. People might interest shifted from showbiz to being more around like health and wellness and habit changed and things like that and so i started in the industry in two thousand ten and what i realized. Got my bachelor's degree in entrepreneurship. And what i realized was i wanted to combine my two passions. One was business and marketing and sales mecca. Thing putting yourself out there and then my other passion was really the poaching like transformational coaching. And so i worked at a couple startups in business about marketing to get more experience and then i realized i wanted to do it on my own so i started. Seeing and offering strategies for coaches consultants people like that on how to market themselves how to put themselves out there and and then over the last three years. I've started also doing services for entrepreneurs who want to outsource their marketing themselves. So it's been a real long journey. But i feel like i'm finally you know doing exactly what i meant what i meant to be doing and it's been exciting process.
Dutch Prime Minister in Line for 4th Term Following Victory for ‘Center-Right’
"The Dutch Prime minister, Mark Rowe, to has thanked voters after exit polls indicated his center right VVD party has won the most seats in the general election, giving him a mandate to form a new coalition government. It will be his fourth term as
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Apologizes, Will Not Resign Over Sexual Harassment Claims
"Harassment allegations. The Democrats, speaking for the first time yesterday about the allegations, and admitted that he was embarrassed by his past behavior, but added he never touched anyone inappropriately, he added, is sorry for any pain that he has caused. Gina Rowe. Mondo, sworn in last night is Secretary of Commerce and the Biden
Putnam County Judge relents, allows lawyers concerned about COVID to appear remotely
"Putnam Putnam County County Judge Judge has has relented relented toe toe lawyers lawyers concerns concerns about about in in person person court court proceedings proceedings during during the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic pandemic by by allowing allowing a death penalty hearing set for tomorrow to be held remotely. In an order signed last week, Superior Court Chief Judge Brenda Trammel said she will allow attorneys to appear via zoom. The attorneys represent Donny Rowe, charged with killing two guards during an escape from a prison bus. In
Is Rivian the Next Tesla? Investors Bet Big on Electric Truck Maker
"Rowe Price is betting on buyers for an all electric pickup. T. Rowe Price has led a $2.7 billion investment in start up evey maker Rive Ian. Expected to be the first to introduce an electric pickup truck later this year. War.
Heavy security presence around Atlanta's Gold Dome
"Draws closer security is increasing in the nation's capital. Among the troops traveling to Washington, D. C. Ahead of Wednesday's event. Members of Georgia's National Guard troops company recipes, Bichel rights reporting live other troupe members or staying home to help keep the state Capitol building safe as well. That's right. A strong security presence surrounding the gold dome and other areas around the state capital yesterday to ward off any violence that could erupt. Fortunately, none did. But Atlanta residents isn't Rowe, who was out walking her dog says The whole scene is just surreal. Fighting back tears as I walked by on Lee, A handful of protesters showed up around Capitol Square Sunday, but Maurer than that are expected in the nation's capital Wednesday. So several members of Georgia's National Guard are making their way up to Washington, D C to join other troops in law enforcement teams. Explains. Channel two action news reporter Mark Winnie, who's embedded with the Georgia contingent, non commissioned officer in charge of that Georgia Air Guard Security forces team says interacting with Metropolitan Police is part of the Georgia Air Guard members getting the lay of the land looking for different layers of the fence, as they say it, how they can best have the back of law enforcement to protect the presidential inauguration and in the days leading up to it, protecting the city where it's set to take place. There are reports that all National Guard troops are
Gov. Raimondo back in quarantine following contact with COVID-19 case
"Rhode Island Governor, Gina Rowe. Mondo is in quarantine for the second time since the pandemic started. She recently came into contact with someone who contracted covert 19. She has tested negative repeatedly since they found out she came into contact with someone who was infected. Her weekly briefing has been pushed back to Thursday afternoon. A one o'clock it will go on as planned. If she continues to test
Los Angeles County again breaks records for COVID-19 deaths and cases as hospitals stretched to limits
"Canoes see a steep rise in new corona virus cases hospitalizations and deaths. Npr's nathan ron reports more than one hundred and thirty people died in los angeles county from the virus. The highlights ties daily. Total there to date just about every corona virus number in los angeles right now is bad. The county broke another record for the highest number of daily reported cases hospitalizations. Continue to rise in icu. Availability across southern california is shrinking or in some cases already gone in ventura county less than one percent of all. Icu beds are still available. In riverside and san joaquin counties. The number has reached zero percent at times meaning patients have had to be treated in non intensive care parts of those hospitals california health officials are warning that the numbers are likely to worsen in the coming days and weeks nathan rowe. Npr news los angeles. The first
Coronavirus Stimulus Talks Moving in Right Direction, Party Leaders Say
"This morning Democrats getting behind a scaled back stimulus toe. Try to restart talks for more. We're joined by Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller, professor Good to have you on with us this morning of morning where it seems like stimulus hopes. Spring eternal. But how much hope do you put in Speaker Pelosi in minority leader Schumer backing this bipartisan legislation that was worth about $900 billion it was put forward this week. Good morning, agent. Well, I mean, I think that they recognize that the you know the whole country is being hit really hard by this, but that they're the areas that are you know, traditional sport of Democrats are getting hit again really hard, and they had wanted direct aid for states and cities. They couldn't get it from Trump. They're not going to get from Senate Republicans. So basically someone like Durban and represents Illinois Big City like Chicago has to make a decision system Majority Minority Leader and them hard party and say, all right, we gotta get something you know if we you know, we especially unemployment, either top off or extension or some combination of those things on. I think the Democrats want to get what they can and not turn this into the first battle that Biden have the face once he's inaugurated. Is this about the pandemic, getting to the level that it's at now? Or is this a dose of political reality, given how the election turned out for the house, particularly with Democrats losing seats in November? I do think that the Democrats are not looking at a scenario that they hope to be looking at come January, which was a majority Democratic Senate and then picking up more seats in the house, where they could really, you know, right from ticket with Biden, so given that that's out the window. Even if the Democrats take one or two of US Georgia seats that's still not really a likely scenario you can control the Senate, barely. I have a very razor thin margin in the house now for the Democrats, So yeah, it's a political reality. But I think it's also about what they hope Biden can achieve What becomes president and taking one really big thing off the table before he starts that job, and I think that's a big incentive for them because then they could turn to things like infrastructure, which would also help the economy. Well, what's your sense of what President Biden could achieve. Given the realities of what Senate control is gonna look like either way, depending on how the Georgia run offs turned out, it's going to be a razor thin margin, no matter which way you slice it, and the president elect has said. Whatever gets past if something gets past, but during this lame duck session is going to be a down payment. For something much bigger. Well, right. I mean, this is what you know. Obama wanted a much bigger stimulus than he got in 2009 as well, and he had all three chambers. It's a very hard thing, particularly with it, you know, $3 trillion deficit and rising. So I mean, I just think one of the key factors. Both parties were looking at Tau look towards 2022. Because that's where both parties are looking right now, at least in the Congress side is that suburban voters were willing to split their ticket. And very noticeable voted Republican straight down the line voted for Joe Biden and maybe because it in like Trump. We don't know for sure, but they were willing to do that and then vote for Republicans in other offices, knowing that they're willing to do that means that they're up for Gramps, and I think that's the serve Achilles heel for the Republicans in blocking everything for Biden. I don't think they think they can do that and still safely hold onto the seats they want to defend in 2022, so that's where Biden and the Democrats have a bit of a bargaining advantage. In trying to get moderate proposal through that will help Cove it will help the economy will make suburban voters happy. I'm curious to get your take on how Biden has been starting to fill out his cabinet. Now. There are reports that he plans to announce his health team next week, and one of the names were hearing for health and human services. Secretary is someone that you're familiar with in your home state of Rhode Island Governor Gina Rowe Mondo That Gina Romano has done in an outstanding job in a very small state, but a very, very heavily densely populated state. So she's been dealing with sort of a big outbreak for a long time It subsided. Then it came back. She's been excellent communications and made some missteps very early on in terms of summer management with nursing homes, as other governors did, but generally speaking, has had very high approval ratings and has been thought to make this situation much better than it would have. Then, so she shown leadership in a very stressful time, And she's also communicated really well about why she's doing what she's doing. And I think any pick for HHS secretary has to be an excellent communicator because you have to basically explain the American people why we're doing what we're doing, and when we're doing it, and she's been doing that so consistently, and then it helps bring her state's not complete compliance. Bring her state along in a way that's been relatively successful. Are you surprised at all that, at least so far, we haven't heard any names of Democratic primary opponents on any of Biden's Cabinet shortlists. Well, he can't take. I mean, really. He just can't take anybody out of the Senate. Right? So that takes worn out that takes Sanders out. I know Sanders. People are very disappointed about that on. I think that's what Bernie was hoping for debris Sanders was hoping for, but you just can't take a Democrat out of the Senate. Even the Democratic government still can't do it right now, so that makes sense to me. I think people usually think people wanted him to get something he may still get something There's been talk about veterans affairs. But remember, you know, the Republicans have been relatively accepted to buy these choices so far, except for one choice. Neera Tanden for O M B. I think that's going to hit some some bumps along the way. Probably big bumps. But generally speaking, he wants a smooth Cabinet confirmations, You know process. So anybody who's super politicized more to the left of Biden for a top job. It's just probably out of the question, given the composition of the Senate. Only about 30 seconds left here. Do you think Attorney General Bar is on borrowed time after the voter fraud allegations from President Trump? I think during her borrow, looked ahead to the future and decided does he want to leave the Trump administration with any shred of credibility? And I think this move was designed to show that he wouldn't be try to leave with credibility and confirm the election knowing he's gonna leave anyway. And, you know, thinking about what's next so that he gets fired doesn't get fired. I think what he did was forward thinking for him. Not Miss Ellie and President Trump. Thank you Always could have you on with us. Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller with us this morning on
"Hello there and welcome to project business basics designed to give you the tools to make smarter financial decisions whether we will to learn something brand new or just wanna refresher on some basic. There is a place for everyone on our show. I'm jennifer and i'm your voice Today were win. Be talking about a concept that we've briefly mentioned before and that concept consists of what are known as the greeks to the greeks before but today we'll go a little bit more into detail about some of them. So first of all even are the greeks so the greeks are related to options and what most of them will tell. You is the rate of change of an options price. If you'll recall with an option we had a stock expiry date a strike price and whether the option was the call or and then the price that the option was trading at and a lot of people who trade or by sell options to then the price that the option can be bought or sold. That is very important. So these greeks than our would tell you as the trader or the person involved in the transaction. How much option price is going to move. So let's get started. So there are five different. Greeks were willing to talk about in. They're all called greeks because of their names the first one we're going to discuss his delta. In the greek language delta is symbolized by trying with delta delta tells you that for every one dollar increase in a stock's price the delta value. Then we'll tell you how much the price of an option will change. So let's say for example that we had a delta of fifty cents and we were using the stock t mobile as an example so right now t mobile stock is about one hundred twenty three dollars. And let's just say that a call option with a strike price of one hundred and thirty is currently priced at seventy six cents per contract. So we're told them that. Delta is fifty cents so then let's say that t mobile stock price sometime in the future and keeping all other factors constant so cetera paribas that sometime in the future t. Mobile stock price is one hundred and twenty four dollars so it moved up by exactly one dollar so that means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option is now worth fifty cents more and we know that because of the delta value so seventy six cents plus fifty cents means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option is now worth one dollar and twenty six cents so delta then tells us how in options price moves based on changes in the stock price. Now let's look at data so few remember with options options also have a time to kane them that the closer you get to expiry the either more or less valuable the option becomes depending on where the stock price is relative to the strike price of the option. So theta is symbolized with an or a circle with a horizontal line running right through the middle. So let's say that t mobile stock price is one hundred and twenty three dollars and the same situation. The one hundred and thirty strike price call. Option is currently worth seventy six cents for example sake. Let's say data is negative. Twenty five cents. So what does that mean will remember right now. T mobile stock price is one hundred and twenty three dollars so one day waiter exactly one day later will keep all other factors constant so t mobile stock price is still one hundred and twenty three dollars. The stock price didn't change so delta isn't involved so the only factor that has changed here is time the time to expiry and because we're now one day farther into the future data tells us that the price of the one hundred and thirty call option is going to go down by twenty five cents so seventy six cents minus twenty five cents means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option. One day later is now worth fifty one cents. Okay now. let's look at wrote so rowe explained to us the relationship between interest rates and then the price of the option. So let's say right now. The current national interest rate set by the federal reserve is right around five percent in right now in reality. It's nowhere close to that but just for examples purpose will save for that right now. The interest rates are five percent and ruined. Use the same situation with t. mobile's one hundred and thirty strike. Price call option. That's worth right now. Seventy six cents then tells us that for every one percent increase in interest rates than. That's how much the option's value increases so for example row is twenty cents so interest rates go from five percent to five point. Oh five percent which is a one percent increase in. This is sometime in the future. Then row means that the one hundred and thirty strike price call option is going to be worth twenty cents. More so seventy six cents. Plus twenty cents means that the call option is now worth ninety six cents and that of course assumes that all other factors so time decay and then delta so that's the stock price that we talked about earlier stay constant or balanced out by each other.
"t. rowe" Discussed on WTVN
"We can kind of get a better sense is to you know what's the next steps is they're fit on. We could kinda go from there, but I get a lot of flexibility to give people either through. Zoom through Facetime or a one on one consultation. We can certainly do that Help you better evaluate your situation. Mike. Is it ever too early to start planning for retirement? If you're in your thirties? Let's say, mid thirties early forties. Is that too soon Or should we be thinking about retirement? Throughout our working career, the earlier the better you know, and one of things I consistently get the constant theme I get from a lot of clients. They said, Mike, I was shown on your 15 20 years from retiring the next. You know 3 to 5 years because I would have been in a much better situation. No one's really taking the time. To explain things to me. You know what are my options? Ah, lot of companies out there. If you talk to HR. They're not going to give you the information that you're looking for. Should put money into Roth. What Second accomplished. You think that's the right thing? They can't answer yesterday because that puts him in a liable situation regardless of the company. They're not there to to dispense advice when we work. A lot of 401 K plan is let it be Fidelity. Schwab. T. Rowe Price Vanguard. A lot of times you call into those places they don't have license individuals there. Not a fiduciary. They can't really give you that advice. You know? Surely they may have some people on advice, but I tell you We're working on a lot of clients, and I won't mention the names of some of the 401 K plan is out there. But you know, there's £800 gorilla. You kind of get an idea. But we did a simple thing with a client of just putting a trading and it took over an hour just to get that trade in. It's absolutely ridiculous. You know that's not customer service, you know? Certainly those huge corporations can Give you this option that option, but they're really not going to give you the guidance. The advice that you really need to make an informed decision when it comes to your retirement, So that's what we really do here That differentiates us. We understand pensions. We understand how we can actively manager for a one K. We understand retirement health care household security's going to come Play into the overall mix one. The most important things were a fiduciary have been doing this for over 23 years, folks helping people with the retirement putting together these income plans so they can have a safe and secure retirement throughout the retirement years. So again if you want to learn more on how we can help you, you and your family give us to call it ate..
"t. rowe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To help health workers of the elderly and others for the rest of tonight here in our area there is a chance of some rain but we do see it'll probably be after midnight tonight otherwise partly cloudy we'll see a low this evening of about thirty nine degrees mostly sunny tomorrow Thursday I near fifty in the afternoon partly cloudy for tomorrow night we'll see a lot of about thirty seven closing out a week on Friday rain as possible probably starting in the afternoon otherwise it'll be partly sunny that day with a high near fifty one degrees right now here in New York City it's forty eight degrees under partly cloudy skies in Central Park it's eight oh six support for NPR comes from T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach with a long term perspective aimed at helping investors feel confident through a variety of market conditions since nineteen thirty seven T. Rowe price invest with confidence this is the month radio hour I'm Jennifer Hudson the modest true stories told live in front of an audience the stories come from all sorts of people talking about all stages of life from children reckoning with their identities to clone people still working on finding themselves our first story comes from early in our archives the year was two thousand and one Lawrence later took the stage most of us already knew something about her she had a best selling book Prozac diary and everyone was talking about it here's Lauren Slater and show in New York City.
"t. rowe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Thirteen I'm never a pop prices down eleven T. Rowe price down eight semis down sixty five today I already mentioned transports down five hundred cold smoke I thank him I'm looking at the transports now they are now trading we get this right one sixty one eighty four in November of sixteen of the transports up until about the last half hour we are pre taping the show in the in the in the in the final hour right now it is at three eighteen PM up until the last half hour claim that you know they were hit the gross stocks into three percent but the last few minutes they started some a little bit more and just another rough day the eighty low one from last Friday is still in effect hi but I gotta tell ya day like today does not give us too much confidence but it's still in effect but the best way I can put it yok I'm also noticing Boeing just completely now giving it up but what we told you we can verify involving the whole time and I said man and that's with a good market and we we actually would pose the question on the show what if the market goes goes crappy the stock since the top recent top three fifty down to two sixty two some of the twenty one dollars today let me tell you one more bearish markets the curtains come down.
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"A strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities first hand institutions advisers employers and individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition on WNYC I'm Richard hake former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg entered the race for the democratic nomination for president late skipping the early nominating contests and putting most of its resources into fourteen super Tuesday states and we're learning this morning that that did not really pay off yesterday evening Bloomberg it is best to put a positive spin on his performance no matter how many delegates we win tonight we have done something no one else thought was possible in just three months we've gone from one percent of opposed to being a contender for the democratic nomination for president Bloomberg picked up only about eight delegates swimming only the territory of American Samoa and joining us now to talk about these results W. MIC's politics reporter Brigid Bergin hi Bridget good morning Richard just two weeks ago it seemed like Bloomberg had some momentum what happened a big factor with those two really mediocre debate performances the first definitely worse than the second also while he's apologized but his stop and frisk policy will use here in New York City as mayor that is you're really just kept **** him just last weekend a handful of prisoners at a church in Selma Alabama Bama turned their back on him in protest when he spoke there and then you have Joe Biden's victory in South Carolina Saturday and not only did he win Richard but he won big with nearly fifty percent of the vote that give a surge of momentum to the former vice president which was boosted even more when people judging Amy clover shark dropped out of the race and endorsed him so even Bloomberg Bloomberg's half billion dollars in spending just couldn't make up for those deficits averaging you travel to Virginia a week ago to talk to voters about how they felt about Bloomberg and they were really all over the map how they end up voting yesterday well that the consolidated I reached back out to two women were who were huge in the clover shore supporters both switched over to Joe Biden one of those women with Sally Matson a retired nurse she's originally from the Midwest and told me closure still has her heart she really wanted a strong a woman candidate but she voted for Joe Biden instead of Elizabeth Warren all the power people in the party seems to be behind him so I think and and being from the Midwest again I think I see that he has a more clear path no matter who lives in a suburb of Richmond in the same congressional district that was once held by former Republican Majority Leader Eric cantor so with the district with Republican tendencies Esther Maina Bloomberg I now I can't I can't and a lot of people you know I just think he's trying to buy the election and he had no business being on this right and Richard when you hear what she's saying that that is the same critique of Bloomberg suspending operation that you'd hear in the media and other candidates in this race and Bridget while you were in Virginia you also met up with some Bloomberg supporters did you follow up with any of them absolutely I talked to Richmond city councilmember Chris Holbert who was fully on team Bloomberg when I visited he believed Bloomberg could unify the party and bring moderate Republicans back into the fold when I talked to yesterday not so much he was completely deflated he said Bloomberg never really recovered from that first debate and failed to connect emotionally with voters so after Biden South Carolina win helper had second thoughts and this is what he told me yesterday I decided today to cast my ballot for Joe Biden because on it ani and determined to make sure that Bernie Sanders is not our nominee Hilbert thinks that Sanders would cause huge problems in down ballot races for democratic Senate and congressional candidates but not only did he say you didn't vote for Bloomberg he added this I'm hopeful said money Bloomberg we'll look at this and possibly dropped out and like I said the the second choice of most of his voters is going to be Joe by it Richard I got a stress Hilbert made a complete one here in just over a week so this just reinforces that some Democrats are really skittish about Sanders candidacy so much so that you know they felt like a vote for Biden she may vote for Bloomberg yesterday would be throwing their vote away now there was some speculation on Twitter last night that Bloomberg might drop out as soon as today what do you think Bridget you know the campaign issued an extremely measured statement last night before the polls even close in either of the states with the biggest delegate hauls Texas and California they tried to put the results in context said you know as we heard from Bloomberg at the top of the segment no one thought that they'd be a contender but added that the number one priority remains defeating Donald Trump as a reminder we know Bloomberg's committed to spending until trump spending to defeat trump until the general election but we have heard that he is reassessing his next steps and given what yesterday's lackluster performance it wouldn't surprise me if this you know data loving former mayor decides the numbers just aren't there to continue all right WNYC's politics reporter Bridget Bergen on the trail for us Bridget thanks so much thank you Richard support for W. 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"Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin first it was a trade war and now the U. S. and China are attacking the messengers the state department is placing restrictions on Chinese news organizations operating in America the new quotas will affect five Chinese state outlets they'll be forced to cut about a third of their Chinese employees based here in the US this move comes after China cancelled the visas of three Wall Street journal reporters the foreign ministry accused the paper of publishing a racist opinion piece so what are the consequences for journalists in both countries Steven Butler is with us this morning in studio he's the Asia program coordinator for the committee to protect journalists thanks so much for coming in good morning so secretary of state Mike Pompeo said this action was meant to quote establish a long overdue level playing field what do you make of this decision I think it's highly risky hi the the Chinese because for a long time have taken a very harsh line very harsh measures against foreign journalists operating inside the country and at the same time these Chinese news organizations and media operations have large staffs here and are able to operate freely so the situation is grossly unfair so there is not a level playing field right but for the for the US to place really severe restrictions like this on Chinese media organizations and think that the Chinese will not somehow retaliate in their own way I think it's nice but it doesn't it just perpetuate the cycle I mean as you just acknowledged and the committee to protect journalists your organization lists China as the worst offender when it comes to putting journalists behind bars I mean should there not be some accountability for this this imbalance for China's treatment of foreign reporters I think in principle it's absolutely right they should be there should be accountability there should be a way to establish a level playing field but frankly doing it now in the midst of a global health crisis where we depend on the ability of foreign journalists in China to go out and report accurately and what's going on because we can't trust with the Chinese media saying the timing really couldn't be worse if if these kind of a toiletry retaliatory actions aren't the answer what do you think is your is it just about timing for you just need to to wait till these current crises are over because there's always another crisis you know the end of the day the way to fight on truth is with more truth if there are restrictions on free speech are you fight it by having by opening up and having more more transparency and make make it clear what the Chinese are doing here and and avoid situations where you and end up in this escalating **** for tat exchange now it could be that in the long run there is some there's some pay off but it's very risky and I'm I'm I'm quite doubtful because the Chinese really would like to look for an excuse to put even more pressure and restrictions on journalists in China just briefly is there anything the U. S. can do right now to improve the standing of American journalists in China to change out those reporters are seen by the government well I think they there has to be support at the very highest level of the government I mean from the president we haven't seen that anywhere really that he has stood up for freedom of the press and the right to journalists that could possibly make a big difference Steven Butler the Asia program coordinator for the committee to protect journalists thank you so much for coming in we appreciate it my this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm no well king well spring break is right around the corner and summer vacations not that far away with so much uncertainty remaining around the new corona virus and the response to it a lot of people are questioning their travel plans and taking a look specifically at travel insurance which often costs about seven to ten percent of the trips cost so what does it cover and.
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"Individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition on WNYC I'm Richard hake well it is Monday which is when W. N. Y. C.'s planning editor Kate Hinds comes on to tell us about some of the things that the WNYC newsroom will be following this week so Kate I know corona virus this is a big deal tell us the latest well as you've been hearing New York has its first case a woman in her thirties here in Manhattan who contracted the virus while traveling to Iran and she self quarantining at home it's not surprising that we have a case was expected and now that New York has received permission to conduct its own tests here at our own labs we'll have more control over who is tested and will be able to get results faster in until a couple of days ago we had to send the samples to the CDC and they had very strict criteria over who they would test right yeah so we just weren't testing a lot of people and that's changing now so we as a news room will be monitoring that we're going to keep focusing on what we're doing to prepare what listeners can do to protect themselves and their communities it's all about wash your hands wash your hands right cross your hands and your towels and don't touch your face okay moving over to trance and I know the we the commuters project here at W. N. Y. C.'s been focusing on transit and accessibility right reporter she needed us to and Stephen S. and have been reporting on a few stories that you can hear this week one is about how when it comes to making subway stations accessible it's really been lawsuits and the threat of legal action that's used have motivated the MTA another is what it's like to commute around the city while blind and yet another will be about what is the gold standard in what city does accessible transit well speaking friends at one of the stories I want to do some reporting on this week as the gateway tunnel last week the U. S. transportation secretary said we were on the hearts of right this just wanted to have it takes to Jersey transit man truck cranes she said we should be fixing the existing channels rather than waiting to build new ones which is the current plan and and this is sort of like I've been hearing news about the L. train tunnel right that kind of look to this rumor they're gonna shut down the L. train running and repair it now we're stay now it seems like they're floating this idea of don't shut down the Hudson River tunnels just repair them wall trains continue to run so that will be a lot of disruption and we'll be looking at that all right let's talk politics tomorrow super Tuesday right in this is the first time our former mayor Mike Bloomberg will actually be on the ballot right we will have a measure of how voters are feeling about him we will of course be following this closely and I should say that our own Brian Lehrer will have a call in show tomorrow night on this listeners tune in all rights we've anything fun Kate that following come up we have a story about the coming of politics is not fun but you know it's all about the fun here Richard ten ten the boy reporter from Belgium goes on these wild swashbuckling adventures with his trusty dog kind of like an early Indiana Jones but the books can be very problematic when it comes to race a new gallery showing Chelsea's showcasing original artworks from the ten ten stories and reporter Danny Lewis will bring us a conversation about that all right so it's March now I mean springs on the way right right it's medium media are a logical screening right now okay it's kind of been a wash out of the winter so I'm eager for bird migration anyway speaking of spring Richard daylight saving time begins this coming Sunday are that's that's actually not good for me I mean we we put the clocks ahead that mean right swing ahead I lose an hour if you lose an hour of sleep but we gain later sunset so Sunday night the sun will set at six fifty five PM where you sleep by then Kate Hines thank you so much thank you support for NPR comes from.
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"Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California well vast parts of the country will soon make their presidential preferences known fourteen states vote all at once next week on super Tuesday NPR has teams spending time in some key communities this election year in selected cities we're asking where voters are where they are on the issues the candidates or just where they are because your community can often shape your political views Steve Inskeep begins the series on the streets of Charlotte North Carolina we are in the biggest city in this state they will vote on super Tuesday the place where Republicans hold their convention this summer and also a presidential swing state this fall this is one of our adopted cities where we hear from voters starting today another adopted city is Pablo Colorado which is where we've called a team with ari Shapiro of NPR's All Things Considered is on the line if there are any hi Steve where are you in pueblo we are right in front of the plants that gives pueblo it's nickname steel city there's a sign right here that says a hundred fourty years steel strong but even the public was built on steel today this plant is owned by a Russian company and at this point less than ten percent of public population works in manufacturing I met a guy named Chuck Percoco who told me he's one of the lucky few he's president of one of the local steelworkers unions here fourth generation in his family to work at the mill one of the things that tell you see kind of written on a lot of the new hard hats is hash tag no money because it's still one of the best paying jobs for somebody out there that may not necessarily have a college degree the steel workers when somebody sees someone in an orange jacket walking around they know there's someone that's providing for their family and Steve this is a really interesting city politically because public was built on waves of immigrants that moved here over more than a century I mean Chuck told me his team at the mill has more than twenty countries represented this city is about fifty percent his panic but in twenty sixteen it narrowly went for president trump of course has made manufacturing a huge part of his presidency so that raises the question what are you hearing from other people in that city people are really struggling I hear two stories of the economy on the one hand unemployment is at the lowest point it's been in years and yet we went to this place that opened thirty five years ago to help laid off steel workers at the food pantry call the cooperative care center and the director mon mon toy it told me that today she's seeing people come for food she never thought would need this kind of help teachers firefighters nurses they help the number of people last year equal to a quarter of published population and in fact a quarter of the people in public or at or below the poverty line today now Steve I I wonder how that compares with what you're seeing in Charlotte North Carolina well it seems very different here where I'm standing because I'm standing outside the NASCAR hall of fame a gigantic building filled with race cars and looking up at some of Charlotte's skyscrapers this is a huge and prosperous banking center but I want you to know are you that as our team has been interviewing people here we've heard some of the same themes there are people who feel left out of the strong economy this is a city that according to a study had the least upward mobility of any major city in the country so that is on the minds of some voters and there are some people here want a radical change no.
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"Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California well vast parts of the country will soon make their presidential preferences known fourteen states vote all at once next week on super Tuesday NPR has teams spending time in some key communities this election year in selected cities we're asking where voters are where they are on the issues the candidates or just where they are because your community can often shake your political views Steve Inskeep begins the series on the streets of Charlotte North Carolina we are in the biggest city in the state they will vote on super Tuesday the place where Republicans hold their convention this summer and also a presidential swing state this fall this is one of our adopted cities where we hear from voters starting today another adopted city is Pablo Colorado which is where we've called a team with ari Shapiro of NPR's All Things Considered is on the line either ari hi Steve where are you in pueblo we are right in front of the plants that gives pueblo it's nickname steel city there's a sign right here that says a hundred fourty years steel strong but even the public was built on steel today this plant is owned by a Russian company and at this point less than ten percent of public population works in manufacturing I met a guy named Chuck Percoco who told me he's one of the lucky few he's president of one of the local steelworkers unions here fourth generation in his family to work at the mill one of the things that's how you see kind of written on a lot of the new hard hats is hash tag no money because it's still one of the best paying jobs for somebody out there that may not necessarily have a college degree the steel workers when somebody sees someone in an orange jacket walking around they know there's someone that's providing for their family and Steve this is a really interesting city politically because public was built on waves of immigrants that moved here over more than a century I mean trump told his team at the mill has more than twenty countries represented this city is about fifty percent his spanning but in twenty sixteen it narrowly went for president trump of course has made manufacturing a huge part of his presidency so that raises the question what are you hearing from other people in that city people are really struggling I hear two stories of the economy on the one hand unemployment is at the lowest point it's been in years and yet we went to this place that opened thirty five years ago to help laid off steel workers at the food pantry call the cooperative care center and the director mon mon toy it told me that today she's seeing people come for food she never thought would need this kind of help teachers firefighters nurses they help the number of people last year equal to a quarter of published population and in fact a quarter of the people in public or at or below the poverty line today now Steve I I wonder how that compares with what you're seeing in Charlotte North Carolina well it seems very different here where I'm standing because I'm standing outside the NASCAR hall of fame a gigantic buildings filled with race cars and looking up at some of Charlotte's skyscrapers this is a huge and prosperous banking center but I want you to know are you that as our team has been interviewing people here we've heard some of the same themes there are people who feel left out of the strong economy this is a city that according to a study had the least upward mobility of any major city in the country so that is on the minds of some voters and there are some people here want to radical change no I know Charlotte is thought of as a southern city to feel like there's another side to the electorate they're absolutely as you move out from this very prosperous center the city grows more conservative suburban.
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"T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities first hand institutions advisors employers and individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin there's a massive wave of civilians seeking safety in northern Syria up to a million since the start of December they are fleeing an offensive by the government and Russian forces against the last rebel held province it live and here's Deborah Amos in Beirut reached some of those in the line of fire the messages come late at night when it's dark in it live and the lights are still on the bay route there's a familiar ring not from a cell phone signals too weak but on what sap and internet messaging service hello my name is Mohammed Atta dean I live here in northern Syria ellipse city I can see many people fleeing their homes the situation here is really catastrophe hello dean is an English teacher now an aid worker in the largest city in it live province is open is home to some of the displaced action on supporting three families other than my family so I'm currently able to manage that's it another message comes in from activists out across the aisle from though he was living in a village that was suddenly on the front lines the plane is started tugging dos with many rockets I just tell my daughter and my son in my life and on the way home with my little pie I got nothing with me now and I can go back because the soul close regime and Russian airstrikes in the rebel held province has targeted hospitals schools and bakeries and killed more than a thousand civilians in the past two months the U. N. is pleading for a ceasefire the Syrian army advances been so rapid the roads are jammed with cars and trucks says Fawad Sayed oesa he's the founder of violet Assyrian nonprofit aid agency I sold thousands of families trying to find a shelter for their children the weather is so bad it's minus five and the night he says the scale of needs is overwhelming his volunteers deliver plastic sheeting for those without tens and serve hot meals in the it live city stadium but he can only feet about twenty percent of the new arrivals we are trying to help all the people in the streets in the road but there is yes themself families there have built houses with no doors no windows no electricity are filled with families what is the offensive advances panic people are heading north hoping to find a place in camps closer to the Turkish border says Mohammed Ella dean the aid worker they flee with little more than the clothes they have on most people here can't afford ranging get become to take their luggage and furniture with them this is why they are leaving everything behind them he says it's now seventy dollars for a fifteen mile trip and and possible some for families will now have to depend on humanitarian aid to survive it's like is your knee to the on known even aid workers are now displaced Akhmed college a translator for a charitable organization found shelter with his younger siblings in the new ten camp near the Turkish border but it's still not safe he says so we hear voices off air strikes are and up to ninety five hours so it might be brothers and a week and the frightening but there is no other choice there is no way to that safe to go this is the calculation for those living with this war doctors in the remaining functioning hospitals are making plans to evacuate if the air strikes continue aid workers fear the border roads used to deliver relief supplies will be cut off everyone is trying to buy time to stay alive hoping that someone can deliver a ceasefire Deborah Amos NPR news Beirut a disgrace that's how California's governor Gavin Newsom described that states homelessness crisis yesterday and the numbers back that up a quarter of the country's entire homeless population lives in California president trump has used the issue to bludgeon California even threatening what White House intervention unless the state can quote fix the problem on Wednesday given Newsome devoted his entire state of the state address to laying out his plan to do that KQTV is Erin while the sorry reports on any given night in the Golden State they're more than a hundred and fifty thousand people sleeping in tents and cars are vis and shelters governor Gavin Newsom said the dichotomy between the rich and the poor is shameful let's call it what it is it's a disgrace that the richest state in the richest nation succeeding across so many sectors is falling so far behind the properly house he he'll and humanely tree so many of its own people the governor called on cities and counties to focus mental health care treatment and people experiencing homelessness in the street and there's lawmakers to strengthen conservatorship laws to compel more people into treatment.
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"Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I know will king good morning the truth still matters that's what federal judge Amy Berman Jackson said when she sentenced Roger stone to forty months in federal prison yesterday Roger stone is an old friend of president trump's he's also advise the president he was convicted in November for witness tampering and for lying to Congress those charges came out of the Miller report prosecutors at the department of justice recommended that he gets sentenced to seven to nine years but then Attorney General William Barr it lessened the recommendation and president trump signaled his approval of that move prompting bar to ask trump essentially to stay out of it former federal prosecutor Shenmue is with me now good morning Shannon good morning well I just don't sentenced to three years and four months what did you think when you heard that I had actually expected a sentence in that range because originally the seven to nine seemed a little bit unrealistically high even to usually proper even to the proper under the guidelines especially given the fact that still that forced them to try him and also did not appear to show any signs of remorse but none the less for a first time offender non violent crimes a seven nine seemed a little bit unrealistic to ask for also I think was important that the victim of the obstruction Randy calico had submitted a letter a little bit ambiguous its intent but saying that he had not taken a threat that seriously so that also would tend to mitigate in stones favor none the less it's it's it's significance at this and it's well deserved to clarify Randy critical with the witness that Roger stone was accused of tampering with right trying to prevent him from testifying exactly and threatening as downloadable if you start okay judge Jackson made some really strong statements yesterday she said stone was quote not prosecuted for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president is typical in a sentencing like this not all of those quite extraordinary actually in many ways the judge seem to be addressing the third person in the room which was really president trump in light of all of his criticisms all the tweeting all the undermining of the case she did actually seem to be talking to him pointing out that the truth still mattered that all the facts in this case were properly supported by the evidence and so that really was a rather extraordinary moment for the judicial branch was really addressing the executive branch through this intermediary of the defendant do you think she was also saying to the president that the judicial branch is not going to be swayed by him tweeting about their work I think so you're her actions speak louder than words I was a little bit surprised she actually said that much because she is a pretty methodical matter of fact the judge even under pressure but I think it was important for to speak up this way and to say that the judicial branch is doing its job independently president trump has tweeted and spoken quite a bit about the sentencing do you think that he will pardon Roger stone yeah I'm all that half and half on that he has yet to pardon anybody actually an associate of his for example not afford Colin gates all those folks have not been pardoned and it's interesting because had he done so earlier he really could have completely taken the legs out from under the molestation on the other hand he does seem quite empowered these days post impeachment of almost weaponized being the power of the pardon and the computation so I think if our stone I would be fairly optimistic at this point but it's a question of when probably not whether okay Shenmue is a former federal prosecutor any join us this morning from the airport champing so much for taking the time we appreciate it well you're welcome good time now for StoryCorps seventy eight years ago this week president Franklin Roosevelt ordered the forced relocation and incarceration of more than a hundred thousand Americans of Japanese descent Xing yeah who was.
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Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin nearly two thousand health workers in China have been infected with the corona virus or cold at nineteen as it's known that's according to an announcement from China's health commission today that number underscores the toll on the spread of the virus with around sixty four thousand cases around the world almost as soon as cover nineteen came on the international rate our country started taking steps to prevent its spread here in the US the department of health and Human Services is leading that effort and its leader is HHS secretary Alex is our who joins us now secretary is our thank you for being with us Rachel thank you for having me you've said multiple times in recent weeks that CDC health workers are waiting to get into China to help with efforts on the ground there what's the status of that or the the area they're not there yet we believe that there is agreement for the W. H. O. team the World Health Organization team to deploy with American participation and our team are preparing to be able to get there but we're waiting for final word do you know what the timely might be I do not know it's important remember now thirty nine days after I first made the offer to send our CD C. N. N. I. H. experts in to assist China with answering really the critical questions of how quickly does this virus spread to what is the incubation period what is the severity is there a symptomatic transmission we still don't have the answers to those questions and so obviously were quite eager for the Chinese to accept the offer of the World Health Organization the United States to assist their scientists in this endeavor right so the world health organisation has has repeatedly stated that travel restrictions to stop the spread of the disease are not only ineffective but potentially harmful do you agree with that I think it needs to be considered under the facts and circumstances of the case if you're dealing with a land border that that actually is often corrected that there can be significant leakage if you're dealing with internal controls quarantines of city as for instance can often create panic or disruption and have significant leakage as a result but the United States actually is in a different position given air travel and given our oceans and so in the localization so far of the community spread of this virus within China as well as within Chinese borders not really has presented us with the unique opportunity to take aggressive action to try to prevent further spread of the virus in the United States to give us time give us time to continue our proactive efforts to prepare to safeguard the health and safety of the American people and and just lastly can you expand on those efforts I mean yes there's the geographic benefit to the United States enjoys but what else is happening so we have screened over thirty two thousand individuals coming into into the United States who have been in China within the previous fourteen days that's led to eight individuals are in quarantine and others are in home isolation voluntary isolation at home we have managed now we have only fifteen cases confirmed in the United States to date two of those were spread from other family members others had been in the hou bay province which is the epicenter of the of this area so I think so far measures have been quite effective but we need to remember it's a rapidly changing situation and so we have to prepare in the event that this spreads more fully one of the steps that we announced yesterday is we're we're working with our flu surveillance network and in Seattle San Francisco LA New York and Chicago when individuals present with flu like symptoms they will also be tested for the China coronavirus as part of our multi layer surveillance system to see if if if we as an early warning system let me ask you are you concerned about your own health workers if the the WHL if CDC employees are allowed to go with the WHL and their team into China I mean are you worried about their own safety especially in light of this announcement out of China that nearly two thousand health workers have caught the disease and six of them have died well I'm always concerned for the safety of our employees but are CDC and NIH people are real heroes they they will they go into harm's way whether it's the eastern Congo we're going into China the spread of disease among health care workers is one of the early warning signs we really look too of in adequate isolation and health control that is something our people know extremely well and will take the precautions to protect themselves do you think China's government is acting in good faith here I hope so I hope so they're facing an unprecedented public health challenge and so I hope some of the issues around transparency and doubt a large or a result of of just the massive unprecedented challenge that they're facing but the World Health Organization needs to hold China to account as they would hold the United States or any other country to account in a public health crisis all my let me ask you about something slightly to the side of this issue but president trump has proposed a new federal budget and in that he has suggested making cuts to public health systems that the American public health association this week called extreme and a dis investment in the health of Americans with those budget cuts put Americans at risk in your opinion absolutely not in fact what we've done with the CDC budget we've increased our funding for infectious disease global health security and emergency preparedness where we have had to because of a tight budget environment make tough choices is in areas of chronic disease at CDC so we've actually increased funding in the areas of infection and the global health security and prepared softly there thank you secretary Alex's are of HHS thank you five years ago Newark New Jersey came up with an idea for Valentine's day the city would sell vacant locks locks to lucky couples at a discount a win win right but the sweetheart deal for people looking to build their dream homes ended for many people and heartbreak W. 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Rowe price invest with confidence it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin nearly two thousand health workers in China have been infected with the corona virus or cold at nineteen as it's known that's according to an announcement from China's health commission today that number underscores the toll on the spread of the virus with around sixty four thousand cases around the world almost as soon as cover nineteen came on the international rate our country started taking steps to prevent its spread here in the US the department of health and Human Services is leading that effort and its leader is HHS secretary Alex ease our who joins us now secretary is our thank you for being with us Rachel thank you for having me you've said multiple times in recent weeks that CDC health workers are waiting to get into China to help with efforts on the ground there what's the status of that or the the area they're not there yet we believe that there is agreement for the W. H. O. team the World Health Organization team to deploy with American participation and our team are preparing to be able to get there but we're waiting for final word do you know what the time line might be I do not well it's important remember now thirty nine days after I first made the offer to send our CD C. N. N. I. H. experts in to assist China with answering really the critical questions of how quickly does this virus spread to what is the incubation period what is the severity is there a symptomatic transmission we still don't have the answers to those questions and so obviously were quite eager for the Chinese to accept the offer of the World Health Organization in the United States to assist their scientists in this endeavor right so the world health organisation has has repeatedly stated that travel restrictions to stop the spread of the disease are not only ineffective but potentially harmful do you agree with that I think it needs to be considered under the facts and circumstances of the case if you're dealing with a land border that that actually is often corrected that there can be significant leakage if you're dealing with internal controls quarantines of city as for instance can often create panic or disruption and have significant leakage as a result but the United States actually is in a different position given air travel and given our oceans and so and the localization so far of the community spread of this virus within China as well as within Chinese borders not really has presented us with the unique opportunity to take aggressive action to try to prevent further spread of the virus in the United States to give us time give us time to continue our proactive efforts to prepare to safeguard the health and safety of the American people and and just lastly can you expand on those efforts I mean yes there's the geographic benefit to the United States enjoys but what else is happening so we have screened over thirty two thousand individuals coming into into the United States who have been in China within the previous fourteen days that's led to eight individuals are in quarantine and others are in home isolation voluntary isolation at home we have managed now we have only fifteen cases confirmed in the United States to date two of those were rough spread from other family members others had been in the hou bay province which is the epicenter of the of this area so I think so far measures have been quite effective but we need to remember it's a rapidly changing situation and so we have to prepare in the event that this spreads more fully one of the steps that we announced yesterday is we're we're working with our flu surveillance network and in Seattle San Francisco LA New York and Chicago when individuals present with flu like symptoms they will also be tested for the China coronavirus as part of our multi layer surveillance system to see if if if we as an early warning system but let me ask you are you concerned about your own health workers if the the WHL if CDC employees are allowed to go with the WHL and their team into China I mean are you worried about their own safety especially in light of this announcement out of China that nearly two thousand health workers have caught the disease and six of them have died well I'm always concerned for the safety of our employees but are CDC and NIH people are real heroes they they will they go into harm's way whether it's the eastern Congo we're going into China the spread of disease among health care workers is one of the early warning signs we really look too of in adequate isolation and health control that is something our people know extremely well and will take the precautions to protect themselves do you think China's government is acting in good faith here I hope so I hope so they're facing an unprecedented public health challenge and so I hope some of the issues around transparency and doubt a large or a result of of just the massive unprecedented challenge that they're facing but the World Health Organization needs to hold China to account as they would hold the United States or any other country to account in a public health crisis all my let me ask you about something slightly to the side of this issue but president trump has proposed a new federal budget and in that he has suggested making cuts to public health systems that the American public health association this week called extreme and a dis investment in the health of Americans with those budget cuts put Americans at risk in your opinion absolutely not in fact what we've done with the CDC budget we've increased our funding for infectious disease global health security and emergency preparedness where we've had to because of a tight budget environment make tough choices is in areas of chronic disease at CDC so we've actually increased funding in the areas of infection and the global health security and prepared this will have to leave it there thank you secretary Alex's are of HHS thank you five years ago Newark New Jersey came up with an idea for Valentine's day the city would sell vacant locks locks to lucky couples at a discount a win win right but the sweetheart deal for people looking to build their dream homes ended for many people and heartbreak W. 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"Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines opportunities first hand since nineteen thirty seven T. Rowe price invest with confidence I'm David Brancaccio in New York president trump addressed both houses of Congress last night and took what can be seen as a victory lap regarding America's place in the world and the state of the economy tonight I stand before you to share the incredible results jobs are blooming incomes asorio poverty is plummeting crime is falling confidence is surging and our country is thriving and highly respected again he said he was thrilled to report the US economy is quote the best it has ever been it needs to be said that average growth in the economy as measured by gross domestic product GDP during this administration is much lower than it was under presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan however the president headline the low unemployment rate market place's Nancy Marshall ganzer joins me now live from Washington with some context on that right the president said the unemployment rate is at the lowest level in half a century that is true it's now at three and a half percent president trump also talked about what he called a blue collar Boone wages are rising fast and wonderfully they are rising fastest for low income workers who have seen a sixteen percent pay increase since my election now this need some context wages are not rising as much as they normally would with an unemployment rate this slow and one reason blue collar pay is increasing is local and state governments raise their minimum wages the president last night also spoke about US factory jobs he said his administration was restoring manufacturing is that true well the president said a twelve thousand new factories had been opened under his administration The New York Times points out that actually it's fewer than eleven thousand also we're in a manufacturing slump the institute for supply management's manufacturing index has fallen to the lowest level since June of two thousand nine marketplace Nancy Marshall cancer thank you in that speech to Congress we saw president pleased with the economy as we say and America's global position today the Senate will vote to keep Donald Trump in office despite impeachment in the house of representatives his approval ratings have been going up or down what does that mean for the trump administration moving forward now Ian Bremmer is founder of the political risk consultancy called the Eurasia group good morning now the president last night spoke again of a blue collar boom and the economy helping the bottom half of American incomes not just the top you've written about this the end does that mean that the frustration if not the anger of people that perhaps fuel the president's election has subsided or will subside soon has subsided a little bit I mean certainly we're not just talking about market growth numbers wages are up a little bit even for middle and working classes now from where they were three years ago and to be clear there were no dems back in two thousand sixteen that bought the U. S. economy under trump in three years would be doing as well as it is right now but let's keep in mind it's one the back of these big tax cuts for the corporate and for the wealthy in the U. S. on the back of a lot of regulatory rollback which is problematic long term and on the back of trillion dollar deficits and the US economy growing at a two percent clip given all of that is pretty anemic do you think this is now president they can get another tax cut through soon sometime soon no no I we we don't think that's particularly likely and we don't think he's moving anywhere on infrastructure are you there given what has just transpired in the Senate if you think that I will coxes were bad and created uncertainty in polarizable not even close to what we're going to see in November in that I think is going to be important to markets because they may think that this election is if it's trumpet that someone else they think the wrists and more about what happened to Bernie Sanders becomes president they don't think what happens at the wrists is four weeks or months we actually don't know who's one and it's really contentious and quote unquote rate betting that some approximate quote unquote great not rig certainly the perception of the losing side your respective will be that yes yeah Bremer advises corporate clients on political risk is founder of the New York based consultancy the Eurasia group let's check the markets means you're the footsie.
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Rowe price invest with confidence this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I know well king good morning here is house speaker Nancy Pelosi yesterday announcing the start of formal impeachment proceedings against president trump said that was a confidence and humility with allegiance to our founders and a heart full of love for America to date I am asking our chairman to proceed with the articles of impeachment as she said the next step is the articles of impeachment they will define the scope of the charges against the president on Monday the house Judiciary Committee will hear presentations of evidence from house judiciary and intelligence committee lawyers but the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee representative Doug Collins of Georgia is already raising a big concern whether we agree with the end result or not that's the one thing that I think if I was if I was looking at it from a an outsider to the Democrats like you may have your case and you might want to impeach but at the end of the day if people don't believe what you're doing is fire then it doesn't matter representative Collins was talking my colleague Mary Louise Kelley on All Things Considered yesterday representative Jamie Raskin of Maryland is a Democrat he sits on the house Judiciary Committee he's with us now good morning Sir good morning so your colleague Doug Collins is saying the American people need to believe that you have gone about this process fairly or the outcome is going to be tainted people will be shaken what do you say to that well it it has been fair you know I was in those closed door depositions and I saw the majority lawyer get an hour for questioning and the minority lawyer get an hour for questioning and then our members got time to question their members got time to question so it's been scrupulously meticulously fair from the beginning and you know unfortunately our colleagues don't like the hands they've been dealt by the president's outrageous misconduct and so they don't want people focusing on what Donald Trump actually did in shaking down the Ukrainian government to come and get involved in this presidential election in America so they they keep whining about the process but the process is really been fair from day one let's talk a bit more about process constitutional lawyer Jonathan Turley was one of the scholars who testified before the Judiciary Committee this week here's he told my co host Rachel Martin yesterday they should have subpoenaed in going to court over people like John Bolton and got a court order that would make it a stronger case I mean he's saying you're you're moving too fast why not go to court when I get the testimony of people like former national security adviser John Bolton chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and give Congress the opportunity to make it stronger case look what we have demonstrated her role with patience in the face of the most extraordinary and wholesale obstructionism by the White House that Americans have seen in our entire history we have never before had a president who is committed such obstruction withholding of evidence blockade in of witnesses in an impeachment or an oversight activity generally so I know that the other side would like to tie this up for the next several months the next several years or decades in court but were simply not going to play on that schedule let me follow up on that because Mr Turley also said something very simple simply he said no one has said why this needs to be done by December can you answer that simple question simply what does it need to be done by the end of December well okay as a fellow professor of constitutional law this is what I I did for a quarter century before I ran for Congress I was quite amazed by the performance of Mr Turley who was a witness in the impeachment of Bill Clinton for impeaching Bill Clinton which was done in record time at this point in the proceedings during the Clinton impeachment they'd already impeached him for telling one lie about sex we've got a president who engaged in the absolutely unprecedented activity of going to a foreign country and withholding for an age to a democratic ally desperate for the aid in order to get them to come and get involved in this presidential election to assist the president in his reelection prospects so the idea that somehow were in a rush to judgment is just completely off base one of the arguments also that Republicans are making is that something you just haven't like this president from the beginning you've wanted him out immediately after president trump won the election you raised objections in Congress you in a small handful of others about the electoral college process do they have a point here well of course they have a point I mean we when they you know impeach Bill Clinton are we knew that they didn't like him in fact the people who voted to impeach Richard Nixon didn't like him but that's the thing you don't like the president what a bit actually as a person I feel pity for Donald Trump I I can't even say I don't like him I mean I I am having problems with my Republican colleagues who continue to enable a president who engages in such criminal and corrupt conduct with all of that is the wrong conceptual question the question is whether or not he has committed high crimes and misdemeanors against the people of the United States so it's not a policy difference of course I differ with him about whether or not parents and children should be separated at the border and I differ with him about pulling out of the Paris climate accord and so on but that's not why he's being impeached he's being impeached because he totally violated his oath of office by portraying the national security of the country and our election by trying to entice a foreign government to get involved in our campaign just very briefly what do you say to an American voters who voted for president trump and feels that their vote is at risk of being reversed by this process well the reason that the founders of the constitution put impeachment in the constitution is because they wanted us to have government of the people and this is an exercise in popular self government from we can't wait for an election to happen to debate the constitutionality of the president's actions when the president's actions undermine the integrity of the election itself and representative Jamie Raskin I'm gonna have to cut you have there were at a time of Maryland sits on the house Judiciary Committee thank you so much and I'm delighted to be with him and I want to briefly bring an NPR congressional correspondent cloudy Chris solace cloudy I wonder what are you hearing from inside the democratic caucus about their strategy on impeachment and they all agree on the way to move forward well they're not all exactly on the same page overall Democrats do want to move through this process wrap it up by year's end they don't want it to run into the twenty twenty election year and so there could be a couple Democrats that do not support the idea of wrapping it up this quickly or or will vote for articles of impeachment when that boat calms were expecting by the end of the year but overall they're looking at moving through this expeditiously and focus on the time line of Judiciary Committee wrapping this up next week it had taking this historic vote the week of the sixteen before the holidays and when I when Congress goes home for holiday recess do we know what kind of reception they could face yes Democrats like Jamie Raskin will probably get a positive reception in Maryland and other bluer districts with those for more moderate districts could have more of an up hill battle in terms of convincing their.
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