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Body Of Missing 5-Year-Old Eliza Talal Found In Fischer’s Park In Towamencin Township, Northwest of Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Body Of Missing 5-Year-Old Eliza Talal Found In Fischer’s Park In Towamencin Township, Northwest of Philadelphia

"Five year old Lansdale girl who wandered from her home during yesterday's tropical storm has been found dead in a Montgomery County Creek. Elements in township police say that five year old allies it allow was found this morning in Tallinn mints and creak and fissures park about two miles from her family's home. Police say the girl was autistic and nonverbal and wanted from the home on Spring Valley Road in the middle of the day at the height of the storm, the little girl was reported missing by 911 Call yesterday around 12:30 p.m. Cruz and residents calm the area yesterday and then again today where her body was, unfortunately, unfortunately discovered in the creek again. A five year old Lansdale girl water from her home yesterday during the storm ELISA to allow was found dead this morning entitlements and creak and fissures Park. I have to searching for the girl for a little more than 24 hours. So again, That's that's an update on that story here on K Y w News

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Kindness Kits Spread Love and Draw Positive Returns

Side Hustle School

04:25 min | 1 year ago

Kindness Kits Spread Love and Draw Positive Returns

"My Name Is Jesse Weinberg and I'm based between Seattle Washington Thailand. The side hustle is kindness co and my episode was number four five one kindness. Co is a simple idea with a major goal to you start a movement of kindness. We make innovative kindness. Kits that encourage empower people to create their own ripple effects of kindness a kindness. His Kit consists of a greeting card. That has a bunch of really fun. An innovative ideas for people to commit random acts of kindness With the with the kit comes a few different fund and innovative tools and goodies to help sort of encourage this entire process. It's the side. Hustle was sort of an inspiration from my grandfather who navigated his life with the ultimate kindness so through his his actions not his words he helped each me and many others. You know what true kindness means and I got sort of obsessed with the idea of how powerful kindness as a concept is and. I think it's really interesting. How little effort it takes to do something kind and for someone else but how powerful that can be And how it can really change. Someone's Day or or month or even life So I think it's. It's a kindness as a concept that got me very excited and I wanted to figure out a way to empower others to commit more acts of kindness. My Current Day job is I run a digital marketing agency as well as a travel website. So that's what I spend most of my day to day doing doing but I'm learning that my passion you know is revolving around this kindness project and it's something that I really eventually want to sort of put all my efforts I into so right now. This kindness and Co project is a side Hustle. But I'm hoping to sort of transition out of my agency and into this fulltime I'm eventually chances are if you're passionate about something you probably know a lot about it and probably a decree. You're an expert of some sort of or a thought leader later From there you can create some really special content around that subject matter that you know so much about if you love cooking could compile famous recipe from every state in the USA and turn it into a set of fifty postcards and have that you know that beautiful content designed and turned into a A great product. If you love whisky you could create a whiskey kit containing all the essential whiskey drinking products and recipes. If you love marketing you could create a marketing one. Oh One kit with with your knowledge and from there. I'd recommend finding a great graphic designer to lay out all your content ideas and useful way. And after that you can turn that into some sir physical product of some sort like a postcard kit at e Book Card and the Rezaul is a beautiful saleable product. That would be appealing to anyone in the world who was also interested in that subject matter so fulfilment has been sort of a big headache throughout this whole process originally originally I was doing it all myself from my house and then I would I had friends doing it for me and family doing it for me when I wasn't around and just as recently decided to take a to work with a fulfillment provider someone who can handle all the receiving achieving of the inventory. And then send it out to customers in a effective way awesome. Thank you so much Jesse for those updates and now L. listeners. Jesse actually has a special offer for you. It is the best kind of special offer. It's actually free at least it's going to be free for the first one hundred people. So here's how it works. The the first one hundred people that contact him by email give you that email address in a moment. He's GonNa send you five kindness kits. which sell every? Dan Is website for twenty dollars and Talal he asked. Is that if you find a kind of inspiring you share your story of doing something kind for someone else. That's it so if you're interested the first one hundred people email info at kindness kindness and CO DOT COM to get your free kits that is info at kindness and co dot com so kindness and Co dot com to get your free kits.

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Mexican Cooking Show, 'From My Ranch To Your Kitchen,' Is YouTube Hit

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Mexican Cooking Show, 'From My Ranch To Your Kitchen,' Is YouTube Hit

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply a new Mexican cooking show has turned into a smash hit it features a grandmother cooking simple recipes in her kitchen in a little over two months she's gotten more within a million subscribers on Youtube NPR's Carrie Kahn has the story the Cook is sixty nine year old Dagnon Cala and her youtube show show from my ranch to your kitchen is shot it or farm home in Michoacan Mexico complete with chickens fruit trees and a rustic kitchen Alami nauseous every video starts with her sweet silos hello my people good morning this day she's making breakfast she starts to a sweet coffee cafe they they oh yeah brewed in a clay pot or fire fed stove covered with a traditional griddle or Komal into the PAT goes water a cinnamon stick unrefined sugar chunks or Pilon CEO and instant coffee next she roasts chillis tomatoes for a spicy sauce served over scrambled eggs and fresh hot Tortilla she makes by hand in many videos also known Yankel reminds as many of their Mexican I will lead their grandma her jet Black Harris tied in a long pony tail you never see her without her apron on and our cooking style is unpretentious unpretentious like in this video making chicken and Molay Saas you're not following me maybe I don't use Benjamin measurements I just grabbed with my finger she says while also apologizing for the loud rain my house is covered with a tin roof she says Dona analysts simplicity has endeared her to many like fifty year old TERRESA Rodriguez stepping out of a busy Mexico City metro station we'll see neck on she cooks with Karen with love food cooked without it isn't any good she says Rodriguez niece turned her onto onto the youtube videos since last August the cooking show has racked up more than a million and a half subscribers some of our videos topped two million views despite her internet fame though she shuns publicity NPR tried for weeks to reach out through her social media accounts without success she does respond onto critical comments though like those claiming she's being manipulated by greedy family members or that our kitchen is dirty with soot from the burning firewood and it also don't pay any attention to those criticizing out there it's all just gossips as Dona Manila. She says her daughter and son-in-law shoot and upload the videos and she's having a great time all my Gosh I think she's amazing Patty Hitch who hosts patties Mexican table on PBS Love Everything About Dona Alcoholic Style and I love that she has a blender he knit says she's often criticized about using a blender like like it's only authentic when a sauces pureed in a traditional Mocha headey the Mexican stone mortar and Pestle we Mexicans Lover Blender and he's just that's a fantastic and nobody is accusing dona of not being the real deal for Maceio as she tastes her eggs and chili sauce the video catches her vehicle as she refers to her husband also down this is so good she says that she signs off with author signature audio's your Peres Talal shortfall communities found Miranshah Article Fina I made you all the simple but delicious food from my ranch to your Kitchen Carrie Kahn.

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"talal" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"So everything was online about return to Homs awards doing I get to festivals. I tried many times to not be in photos with wide big alcohol or being with a girl. Girls or being in the body. So that was everything was cleared that I had some old photos, delete them. And and also and other like some social media stuff things, then I meant also some amid some radio interviews, I spoke very positive about. She had this people notice of Syria, and I missed also video interview with position shiner. And also, I spoke about them that they have the right to take the authority. And and that interview mid my friend at Mike report Madam me, so that I get crazy. So so liking Osama friend, they listen to this interview. And they like a lot than. So I tried like so you really deliberately creating an online profile for yourself that would be passable and in this curve. We're fun. It's not look very well. Like, I didn't miss anything connected to religion. But the same time, I didn't publish the Oprah's it, I take care like where I I never the like for photo for Gail or something of or whatever is like people. I know. So I was taking care of this. Like, I was a frozen everything almost and being there. Tell them that. I didn't get to deny indication ride. And I'm here for learning more. And I played like this is honestly like I had to be I had to be nominated for best actors not for documented, actually. In a hockey playing a role with no singing mistake as mistake would cost me my life. So there is no ABI a beautiful director to tell to tell cut, and let's let's do the tech again, or, you know, like usual actors when they made the mistake the there be to that they find they make a best to best yet. Right right is true. Though. I wasn't position. I have to continue being destroyed even when I go to lean when I go to Berlin mostly the first thing like the story, I go to Bharti or go to the nature camping music. Several things like in a way just to to find to five my balance. I want to ask you about your relationship with Ottawa Somma. Was it one where you felt disconnected from everything he said or were there things about him that you came to like a human being? I mean, I didn't disconnect. I was connected to what he said. But I didn't have any one any single feeling that that I agree with him. So trying just to understand him as a human that understand his division. So I can present about the fit to to the camera to bring his faith because they have a big fast. What you believe and this I his geology. It's small strong than his love to escape. So so I really want to to bring his. Like the best of him to the audience in a way, they can understand really who are those people outside of the cliche and the way of looking to she had. So so to bring to bring. -ociety from inside in indication in the Mohsen. Groom. Not in a line and in the fide. So so that for me was the was the target to bring it really in a way, you see the film, and you understand what happened to Osama because it's ball. The brainwash of his little brain outs. Happened is lovely father, the father, the the Aiken for him the identify other who won't him to be the junior Osama bin Laden and how he was connected to his father. How his so his father as as in hero..

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"talal" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"What was their attitude towards you? Because it it. Much information Bersin for mission about me, everything we connected about was about filming about two battles about to information about what's going. It's all about Syria, the October. It's not about to who who I am. What is my background on thinking because they are clear from the beginning. They are Salafist movement. And they were brain the the way the talking and it's belong to a two old bought of the history of Muslim. And and for that, I become close as a bear soon to show my background. And I was immediately starts brain with them and listening to their Hadi's and conversation, and but debate in small ball of the office. So so they get us me there and. They were would come under cameraman actually who fall who found. The kid was more connected to the society than me. And he brought me there. You wind up filming there over the course of two and a half years. Can you describe how much you were going back and forth between any many times? Like, I can tell you. I was there during the spirit with the chimera me and the camera man, we were there stunned by and filming around three hundred thirty days. On a half years with the yes. The the cameraman that you were using was that someone who's based in Syria or someone who's also traveling isn't an until Kate. And we were both in Syria. But to I moved to Germany, he moved Ricky. Was was a dangerous to be going in and out of the country. In doubt to us was like not that dangerous because the border the first year it was open. Like anyone can grows the border than when like when they're fridges issue. Start all of those they closed the border, and I get a permission from the from the Turkish TV station to to cross the border with Mike with -ment me in the cameraman. So so that was like we was crossing legally because there is a gate there to gets. With k would that area? Can I ask you what it was like to go back to Berlin? And. Get back into your own frame of mind, and then have to return to Syria, and and being a mill you of a very different way of thinking. Minutes in defame in the film from the beginning. I named the experience and division as a nightmare for me. It was really a nightmare. Wasn't something that I'm really have passion to it or something. I believe it's good or over. There is a boss to. Bush to act. Or movement or anything that can make me feel good. It was for me like capturing might nightmare with a camera. So so I was against everything happening at I didn't want this is different twin this and Meriva sphere. Because I didn't want to get harmed or get killed while I'm doing this was really very careful about every single movement. I do it and and the area for me it was an enemy area. It wasn't a friendly area. Because they know just a little about my background as an artist or as sicker. Or as a person are as a colder, short example. They would they would cut my head. So like what's happened to the bird the beginning? So it was like. It was something. I didn't. I had. I it's it's a Blais. I had to do to make this feel the more the most dangerous. I have it's from the character from the people I feel I may feel about them so themselves is the most dangerous for me. So when you when you talk about that risk. I mean, couldn't someone have googled your name, and and gotten basic facts about you being Kurdish, if you know nothing like as a coach nothing was declared like when I did return to homes, I didn't want to declare this background..

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"talal" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"So ended. And and that, and then I understand exactly that if I really want to make a film with a with as you had this to grow and. And without red line. I can't be much close to their face to their character to their daily life without any pure without any anyone tell me what to do. I had I have to be one from this society cycle. Mentally actress. So can you describe to me how you met Abu Sameh, the the main character in fathers and sons, and and how you presented yourself to him in fathers and sons, I met we one of my camera man for found that the kids in one sharia Cam it was Osama and his cousin Abdullah and his cousin. And I'm wasn't in that too grew in that. So. He said meal footage. I wasn't. I wasn't Germany, and he said me the footage and. And for me to as really really promising. The kids was the way the training the background was really belonged to a radical family. And the camp was belong to guide frown like a guy that and there were several people from different nationalities in that. Come and I thought that too. We should do this since well versed on also I know from my review, Richard richer, homes, become a big leadership in archiving. So so are used to contact the father because also they know each other before. From the prison time. So because both of them they were in the Brisbane abo- SAMA was in prison until the beginning. After six months of the revolution. The beginning of the revolution. The the region released him and other thousands of the of the she had this two thousand eleven and that guy was there and Osama was there, so they they meet again in the north. And he was my guy too abo- Sam convinced him to do this. I'm curious about those relationships. I mean, it sounds like after return to Homs you you had a number of former colleagues do. Got deeper into the Jihadist movement. And. And I'm interested in your shooter. Pollick? They are. They are the topic. Like, they are people who are used to film. I see the people who are people who are in your film and our fighters already. So, and what was I mean, as they got deeper into that mindset?.

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Oxycontin's maker later saw market for anti-addiction drug, suit says

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:49 min | 2 years ago

Oxycontin's maker later saw market for anti-addiction drug, suit says

"Time, twelve twenty. Well, having made billions off the drug at the center of the opioid addiction crisis. The makers of Oxycontin reportedly explored expansion into the quote attractive anti addiction market. Propublica reports beginning in two thousand fourteen Purdue pharma executives discussed Talal, the sale of opioids and the treatment of opioid addiction are naturally linked. And that the company should expand across the pain and addiction spectrum. David Armstrong is a senior reporter at propublica specializes in healthcare Vesta Gatien's. He wrote the report and joins us live on the. KCBS ring central Newsline. This seems like it would be particularly galling. Well, I think I think that's right. I think that the, you know, the overall message here that that some people take away from this effort to expand into addiction treatment is this is a company that many people fought for helping to launch the opioid crisis. It still lingers today and on the other side of it are looking to cash in on the very problem that it's drug created. All right. So so tell us more about this attractive called anti addiction market is that this is something from their memo's. Yes. So they stay formed a special secret team called project Tango in about September of two thousand fourteen to explore acquiring a company that makes a drug called suboxone. And that is a drug used to treat to treat opioid addiction. And exploring the possible acquisition. They highlighted all of the benefits of this. Marketplace unlike the marketplace Roxie cotton and other similar opioid painkillers which was on the decline because tougher. Regulation, and you know, more public awareness around some of the risk involved the addiction treatment market, unfortunately with growing at a great clip intact. And one of the documents they wrote that it was twenty percent year over year growth, which any company would be happy to have. And they also saw that in wrote in terms that were much different in terms of who the target population would be in the past. We know from internal emails Purdue was quick to categorize and characterized I should say addicts as reckless criminals, and you know, people that didn't warrant any sympathy in this case, they they wrote that this was somebody that could become addicted was was anybody who could be a fifty year old mom or could be a teenager who's injured in sports. So it it was really kinda surprising to see the different tones when they were marketing Oxycontin versus considering expanding it to addiction treatment, that's especially interesting because in the recovery world. How you treat. These people who are hooked on these drugs makes a difference. I mean, if you're focusing your your treatment on people that you consider criminals might not work. So well. Yeah. And I think it speaks to the overall stigmatisation of people who suffer from substance use disorders. And you know, again what we saw in. The earlier documents is an effort to blame people for becoming addicted to their product where when they saw business opportunity. It was looked at in a totally different light that frankly, the two of us conflict. So at the end of the end up getting into the business. So in the end, they did not they actually in addition to exploring the possibility of buying suboxone. They they looked into doing something with Narcan Narcan is, you know, the antidote to overdoses, and you know, they actually wrote that some of the doctors to prescribe opioids would be a good target audience for writing our Cam prescriptions. The final thing though, that it's still a possibility as far as we know is that one of the family members that owns the company received a patent last year.

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"talal" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"talal" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on WRVA

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"talal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Plus flown private jet to and I was saying to a mansion owned by the attorney he was there. This is Ellen bonded way. Connected. Middle Eastern businessman who was summoned to Saudi Arabia by Connie. Tani believed bundler had damaging information that would help pressure. One of the people being interrogated in the Ritz Carlton multi-billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal off. Bunder says there was a direct video link from the mansion to the hotel where bin Talal was being held Paul one of the richest men in the world was amongst those accused by NBS of stealing money from the state. The aim of the interrogation was to get him to agree to financial settlement. Sorry, go was bragging about torturing those so-called royals ovation. They're not real royals that what he said said we will treat them like dogs. Once the interrogation was over. A Royal visitor arrived Mohammed bin Salman walked in minutes after we sat down with a big smile on his face, which led me to believe that he was watching the whole thing. After almost three months detention Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was released. It's not clear if a financial settlement was reached. Another detainee was.

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"talal" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Talal is coming back in case you are short. If someone to sexually harass, we are sending us up towels in target to help with any messes there. So please enjoy them. So back on the boat airlines back on the boat and Ross's like Chana, Todd, LA, Tonga, John love, John Roth, John LA and Caroline's like he's asleep. Cuts to him again asleep in his little shopping mask, Caroline's out his door listening in. Oh, that was good. Inhale, good x. hail those great job. So then back to the party and Kate's just like party now, you know, like, yeah, there's a fire answer. The captain. Wow. Was the best thing I've ever seen him. I got Dan wide. I also I love when Kate goes there, watching the fire dancing and all the local stuff and kids like, you know, the great thing about yachting is that we get to experience different cultures with the charter guest. This just feels so good. Oh, except for Caroline. She doesn't get to. 'cause I sent her back to the boat. Yeah, so ten pm Chandler filing gets up. Oh yeah. And now Chandler with Missy, what are you going to do after the charters? And she's like, gonna travel more, really wanna travel and stuff, and you know, go to places like, yeah, I wanna go to may orca. Oh my God. That's where I'm going. Just kidding. Unless you're going there and then I could go. Oh, I know I won't go. I won't. I won't go anyway. The other awkward flirting. She's like Caroline's. Like I mean, chillers, if I'm on Tinder, I would swipe right on. Right, right, right, right, right, right. Right. Like I actually did. I actually right on him like ten times and still is not ask me. His face is grey now. So I think you might have blonde me, but I'm not sure it's sort of awkward because I, I'm on Tinder, I'm sorry on the tender. That's why it was so awkward because I on sleeping him in person at my face. I'm gonna take him out. Line again is like very vulnerable and open with her feelings. I like you, he's like, yeah. Well, it's really hard for me to open up a cab just hoping you would goes. Takes time. Poor, Caroline, poor poor, Caroline, what you're gonna do, what you're going to do so don't come for you. Oh. Oh, thank you for for detecting what I was doing there. So I know you always will. You'll always get Mon Joseph references. So. Cops. I figured I after when he said, thank you for being there for me. Like lips. I was not there for feel it. Carolina might just dropped a ball. My Joseph and technicolor Dreamcoat references and Chandler totally gets them. I mean, he doesn't totally get them, but I know he wants to get them. Swipe. Choose. Actually, I actually believe that her Tinder profile pic is her in technicolor dream..

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Snapchat Source Code Leaked and Posted to GitHub

Daily Tech News Show

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Snapchat Source Code Leaked and Posted to GitHub

"Stuff looking for access to your phone that will call kinds of problems. So hold separate issue. I don't wanna create a whole another article about it. I just wanna put it out there that they should just if they're worried they should keep looking because that's going to be a mess in the next few months. I, this is a good use of government money. In my opinion is fund some reputable researchers. I don't know that much about crypto wire, but what I do know they they seem okay, but fund reputable experienced security researchers to find vulnerabilities and get them patched before people who wanna take malicious advantage of them do there you go. Someone posted source code from Snapchat on Microsoft owned Git, hub snap, responded with a DMC, a takedown notice and the

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Facebook, Apple remove most of U.S. conspiracy theorist's content

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Facebook, Apple remove most of U.S. conspiracy theorist's content

"Rankin there's a new controversial Blue Cross Blue shield. Program that could leave a half million Texas policyholders responsible. For ER Bill Slough cross and Blue Shield of Texas will no longer pay. For out of, network emergency room visits if, it's later determined the patient should have gone elsewhere for treatment the, change, was set for, June but complaints from the. Public and doctors and concerns of the Texas Department, of insurance delayed it for sixty days the policy goes into effect today a Bill. Not paid by the insurer can be shifted to the patient Blue Cross Blue shield says the policy is necessary because some emergency room, physicians and hospitals overcharged the insurer camera Fairchild NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD DISD. Getting ready to start its own bus service voters shutdown. TAOs county schools and that is sports school districts to. Find their own transportation DISD hide Cain Smith has its transportation Director six months ago he says he had to find a thousand drivers thousand buses and he, had to do it in six months we'd never stop looking for people. To come work for us Three, hundred sixty five days a year he says a lot of people driving for. Dallas, county schools took jobs in the district. Where they live Smith says he hired most of the drivers he needs but he's still looking for a few more Texas reaching close to triple digits again high school's getting ready for football season. Some schools have changed their schedule. For two days to keep kids out of the hottest. Part, of, the day here at Shepton high school in plano. The morning practice wrapped up before eight AM it was a good start practice we didn't really like we didn't hit anything getting equipment players say. Coaches are more focused on trying to prevent concussions they're telling players to try to take kids in the shoulder pads and keep their heads back to head or anything don't get concussions or anything Texas has, become the first state to require coaches to get certification before they, can teach tackling. Coaches spent time in the classroom and took test to get certified in preventing head and neck injuries in plano. Allen sky NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD today's the deadline to fix Gerrymandered house. District in, Fort Worth in June the US supreme court ruled that Steed house district ninety. Is, racially gerrymandered and must be redrawn today. Is the deadline for the status mid a proposal to US district court to redraw those lines as currently drawn district surrounds much of downtown Fort Worth and is home to about one hundred sixty. Thousand residents now any change will. Not take effect in time for this November's elections Andrew. Greenstein, NewsRadio, ten eighty KRLD CBS news update after pulling out. Of the Iran nuclear deal President Trump is now reinstating some sanctions on Iran CBS's Cami McCormick snapback says they're called are designed to put increasing. Pressure on Iran for its destabilizing actions in places like Syria and Yemen and its support for terrorism these cover Iran's automobile industry and its trade in raw materials but much more painful rollbacks are coming in, November the Trump administration plans to reimpose sanctions against Iran's oil Industry secretary of, state Mike Pompeo, says once they're back in place they will be rigorously. Enforced until the Iranian government radically changes course Ben and Ben Talal blue is with the foundation. For defense of democracy on does have options for escalation against us the Persian Gulf is where we could see an accident lead to a confrontation however it is worth noting that in two thousand eighteen according to. President Trump and the US navy there have been zero harassment attacks in, the Persian Gulf CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter Facebook has now taken action against Alex Jones. Facebook has removed four pages belonging to conspiracy theorist Alex Jones massive. Sustain John for violating hate speech and bullying policies this follows moves by Apple's itunes to remove his six info wars podcasts, over the weekend and it's. Not the first action by Facebook against Jones late last month, his personal profile was suspended Jones is also being sued by to sandy hook parents who say they've been Harassed because of his programs that allege. The mass shooting was a. Hoax Steve Kaethe and CBS news this is the. Seventy third anniversary of Hiroshima Tolling bell marked the moment when the bomb exploded over Hiroshima early on August sixth nineteen forty five. Fifty thousand elderly survivors and. Family members joined in a moment of silence Without naming countries mayor cousin me Matsui warned. That, self-centered nationalism is raising tensions and the risk of..

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"talal" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Mixergy

"I can't pick and sit down and do a budget. So I said, Jack, can you do it? And here's a great thing. I said, I can't even participate said, can you give me like some data on this? I go, you know what I could do. We use base camp to chat with our whole team and keeping I could agit a base camp and put an announcement. And can you talk to everyone and Jack never is like a lazy guy. He'd loves us stuff. It goes, yeah, sure. I'll talk to them. He gets called with people. He puts together a spreadsheet for me with my budget for twenty eight team based on like then they to talk until writer and saying, what percentage of your time are you spending on this project for that project? I look okay. This is not something that's going to be an exact month-to-month achievement, but it gives me a sense of where we are and what where we could spend money for a longtime top towel. Got on the phone with me and said, talk about the finance people. You'll. Always talk about how people can hire developers from us. Talk about the finance people like talk about the fact that if someone's raising money and they need spreadsheets and they need data, they can hire a finance person from us. And I never did because I thought if you're going to promise people that they hire talked out person and they'll raise money, that's just that's not what you're trying to say. That's I don't know how to explain that. They can hire finance people without giving that impression, no way not doing it. And then I started talking to their finance people, and I understood dude. They have people there who first of all have worked for companies that have gone public and or worked for. Major management consulting companies. Do we talk about the best of the best in finance? A lot of times the reason they want to get involved in this because the in between jobs company, they worked for was sold and they're looking to figure out what they wanna do next or they want to be involved in new industries and the way that they could learn is by bringing the finance experience that they have a lot of reasons why such great people in finance would work for top towel. And if anyone out there is listening to the sound of my voice is heard me talk forever about developers atop town. I'm telling you they got great developers, but you should consider having somebody give you some feedback on your finances. You should consider having somebody take a look at the way you run your business and give you advice. It really is tremendously helpful and these guys atop towel have some of the best of the best people in their network and don't take my word for it. Just go to this URL and to give you and you will be able to talk to them and see if it's a good fit or not. Here's the weird thing. When you go to that URL you're going to see what I'm about to read to you, which is that mixture g listeners will get eighty hour. Hours of top towel developer credit when they pay for their first eighty hours and addition to a no risk trial period of up to two weeks actually don't know if that applies to the finance people, but whether or not it does click that green button, you'll get on a call with someone at tot Talal ask them any question you have and if it's a good fit for you can get started right away. That's top and top of your head towels and talent t. o. p. t. a. l. dot com. Slash mixer g top towel dot com. Slash mixture g juvenile, giving you outside feedback..

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"talal" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"You don't want to believe when they're putting the thing on your face that the surgeon is going to be doing henny youngman any minute well as long as they put everything backwards supposed to go i'm totally fine with that oh not just everything where it goes but talal's and clips they put everything you get your money's worth but i mean even even kind of overcoming that sensitive sensitive topic you know sensitive to to tell the story of soldiers at war with comedy and yet you know you're able to do it in a way that was so meaningful to people i think one of the things that we all agreed on because i didn't want a lot of people know this story that i didn't want to do the show unless until we all agreed that we didn't wanna do a show that had no word the war right that it wasn't just hijinks at the front most army shows up at i think all army shows up until oh let time were farcical situations where nobody was in danger of anything except addressing down from the sergeant right but in our show people were coming in shot at and sometimes they died and that hadn't been done before we mixed the hard truth of the danger of war with people's natural reaction to that so that gave us something that that we wouldn't have had otherwise but what was nice was that we all went into it wanting to do that the only people that didn't wanna do it was the network who said don't you in the pilot they said you can't show any blood stay out of the operating.

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Saudi Arabia's heir to the throne talks to 60 Minutes

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Saudi Arabia's heir to the throne talks to 60 Minutes

"The former spy and his daughter in britain the foreign secretary boris johnson will brief his european counterparts as i say those are the breaking headlines from that briefing or we expect not briefing to take place today rejecting the russian suggestion that the british the bar she may have been the source of substance and has left double agent circuit scruple and his daughter yulia fighting lives meanwhile in russia as the tensions mount with the west putin swept a record fourth term in office in sunday's vote ameri holden reports now from moscow vladimir putin has officially one another terminologies and moscow is thinking great britain for boosting turnout for the president as he takes on another six years he faces heightened tensions with the west and economy's still struggling to recover from the longest recession in two decades and the biggest question of all what happens post putin in moscow and we're hordern bloomberg daybreak europe antibodies not just any has a new voice to talk to you or to listen to shelvin investors activists group led by edward brampton has acquired five point two percent of the vote he writes in the bank brampton is no photography a number of british money management firms including electric private equity as one of the oldest private equity firms now the uk bank is emerging from pretty messy two thousand seventeen saying last month that it will return it to its dividend policy of previous levels night considering stock buybacks is also on the agenda for the first time in more than twenty years the news broke this morning three point six percent valley on barclays two hundred and seventeen point zero five one three billion pints of value has been added to barclays intriguing so far this morning at twenty thirty eight minutes yeah barclays saying that they're welcoming this new investor meanwhile in saudi arabia prince alwaleed bin talal one of the richest men in the world and the most famous cool up saudi arabia's anti corruption crackdown has told bloomberg that he's moving forward following his release he's speaking exclusively to bloomberg's eric's shots i am for the anti corruption that took place in saudi arabia now unfortunately i was i did that group but fortunately i'm out of it right now and life is back to so i'm not the.

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"talal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business flash enough more on what's going on around the world history nuts had loudly marcus germany's social democratic leader says he needs concessions from chancellor angela merkel to sell party members on staying in her government's speaking on german ard television martin schulz says they must come together over spd demands on laid their health care and migration that's in order to sell a coalition pact the spdc parties base which would have the final votes on any coalition accord finland's president salinas they has been comfortably reelected for a second sixyear term securing sixty two point seven percent of the vote in sunday's poll he easily beat his green party rival at twelve point four percent according to official results and bruno mars is one six awards the grammys including both albon and record of the year kendrick lamar one five wars while jay z claimed none of the eight t was nominated for that was a double edged sharon who took best pop vocal album for divide and best pop solo performance some of my favorites that global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm it love blue this is bloomberg caroline thank you so much as now saudi arabia freed prince al walid bin talal and several of the kingdom's most prominent businessmen from detention at the ritz carlton hotel over the weekend prince al the billionaire chairman of riyadh's a kingdom holding returned home on saturday after reaching a settlement with authorities according to a senior government official speaking on condition of annan namosi we'll joining us this morning life of dubai's be bags markets middle east anka yusef cabello dead friday morning to you thanks for joining us shares in kingdon holding jumped on the news valvoline release is it that simple it's it's fairly straightforward in that the releases a major step forward has been a bit of a difficult time with this anti corruption probe but also some of the other billionaires we understand have been released they include a prominent businessman i will lead to the brain and for ways of who care what we still don't know is exactly the conditions of the.

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"talal" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Le Show

"By fox would strengthen this even further said the commission fox said a welcome the agency's finding that the company has a genuine commitment to broadcasting standards and the transaction would not be in the public interest in that respect regarding plurality were disappointed by the findings we will continue to engage with the agency that is to say lobby furiously ahead of the publication of the final report in may on the first it is moving too so not not not good news for an ice court but the it is nice nice people through nice things speaking of nice corp and the nice people one of its owners aside from the murdoch family's trust is prince our has been i think he's just sold sold his stake a couple years ago but he was a big uh stakeholder in news corp nice corp uh for about twenty years prince alwalid build bin talal in one of saudi arabia's top international businessman you may remember that our freedom loving friends in saudi arabia uh put him under house arrest along with the several dozen other members of the saudi hierarchy last november part of a i suppose it cleanup campaign com anticorruption campaign by the new prince salman he's been released from detention has prince alwalid hours after told reuters in an interview at the ritz carlton hotel that he expected to be cleared of any wrongdoing a senior saudi officials said prince alwalid was freed after he reached a financial settlement with the attorney general.

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"talal" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Richard by an anticorruption drive in saudi arabia has been freed from the luxury hotel where he was detained the saudi authorities say prince al bin talal was released after reaching a settlement he says no charges were brought against him and insisted he'd been dealt with fairly our arab affairs editor sebastian usher reports just hours before his release a notice it be gray in thin at prince alwalid bin talal gave his first interview since he was detained almost three months ago the man estimated to be worth some seventeen billion dollas was keen to dispel the humiliation of an early image of him in custody reduced to sleeping on a mattress while bargaining for his freedom measures that's for my society it may not have been his own four hundred and twenty room palace elsewhere in riyadh but he pointed out the home comforts he has enjoyed in a lavish hotel suite here i was here daniel and he denied any charges had been made against him but that's a show of that this is is a cleanup operation that we have and we just in discussion with the government on various matters and that i got divides right now because we are in coming days discussion with them but their social the out at the at the at the end of the whole story after his release and saudi officials said the prince had indeed reached a financial settlement with the attorney general astronomical figures have been room rumored but nothing so far confirmed many others of a move and two hundred princes and billion as detained in the purge have done the same while others have had charges against them dropped up to ninety remain in custody and could now be banished from that gilded cage to prison and then trial coming to a deal is certainly for preferred outcome both the prince alwalid and the man driving the anti corruption campaign crown prince mohammad bin salman our lead bin talal is the face of saudi business.

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"talal" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Richard by an anticorruption drive in saudi arabia has been freed from the luxury hotel where he was detained the saudi authorities say prince al bin talal was released after reaching a settlement he says no charges were brought against him and insisted he'd been dealt with fairly our arab affairs editor sebastian usher reports just hours before his release a notice it be gray in thin at prince alwalid bin talal gave his first interview since he was detained almost three months ago the man estimated to be worth some seventeen billion dollas was keen to dispel the humiliation of an early image of him in custody reduced to sleeping on a mattress while bargaining for his freedom measures that's for my society it may not have been his own four hundred and twenty room palace elsewhere in riyadh but he pointed out the home comforts he has enjoyed in a lavish hotel suite here i was here daniel and he denied any charges had been made against him but that's a show of that this is is a cleanup operation that we have and we just in discussion with the government on various matters and that i got divides right now because we are in coming days discussion with them but their social the out at the at the at the end of the whole story after his release and saudi officials said the prince had indeed reached a financial settlement with the attorney general astronomical figures have been room rumored but nothing so far confirmed many others of a move and two hundred princes and billion as detained in the purge have done the same while others have had charges against them dropped up to ninety remain in custody and could now be banished from that gilded cage to prison and then trial coming to a deal is certainly for preferred outcome both the prince alwalid and the man driving the anti corruption campaign crown prince mohammad bin salman our lead bin talal is the face of saudi business.

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"talal" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"And she tweeted it out she was like she said something about tall gray's so and we gotta be liked camera talal's if she takes us screen shot of her so she pets camera towels across it our logo on it it said watcher crappy and then he cut it out i can't but large crabs in the middle of it nonmiddle of the artistry okay yeah should we get on to top chef speaking of artistry it's friday were just talking about whatever happened on look take account of job yom literally looking at the gas bill right now so stupid yeah i'm thinking about gas and bills yeah we'll joesphat so he can ensure led out the gas okay yeah hema your name starts with fat so how about we stopped making factor acts a utter so the episode m like a little let's like it's like you know here's the winners reaction you know tyler from connecticut is you one last week so it's exciting and he's like this is cool some from simsbury connecticut and carry meanwhile she was on the bottom and she's she's just like wow like the people like my food but not the judges i mean what a crazy world on and then i'll be like out on mile yeah because at the because i forgot like her big issues that she burnt potato chips last week neo nazi back yeah that's you know that's that's very like that's a big nono and tom click ios the biggest jono was it she smiled to branch i swear to you they handle she smiles and this time she was like you know what i think they hate when i smile like getting it much she sensitive mpo now she's doing a closed mouths smile yards like a smirk she's like i'm being positive but i'm still being a man so respect me shifts lilic location he's like africa getting rid of the smile that taste of gray at a yet they're like the anti shany's they joe love your smile.

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"talal" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Here & Now

"Most of these attempts have failed this is one of the great tragedies of the so these today as they become much more dynamic around the region militarily in in other ways in almost every initiative they've taken the field and they don't quite know what to do about it but they keep lashing out and we're seeing that happening now again okay so then this is interesting contacts were the third major event that happened again in just twenty four hours in saudi arabia and that's the arrest of seventeen princes and top officials on graft charges i mean some of the wealthiest figures in the arab world here prince al walid bin talal saudia media media mogul while lead ali brahim means like these are enormous figures in saudi arabia all of a sudden they're arrested for graft charges what significance of that well this is the most dramatic political internal development and saudi arabia really's and the last century almost since for so do stood came into its current shape and this was a wholesale a clean out of the top tiers of the of the three critical branches of governors which was the military the business community and the media that holds at all together in terms of public discourse and they've hit all three of them and they've brought all kinds of a powerful very powerful people who recorded the regime brought them no into house arrest and bringing total control of the levers of power under the fingered under the thumbs of firm i'm had been summoned the crown prince and a few of his colleagues on a centralising power within the royal family in his branch so let me ask you about that because he was saudi prince muhammad bin salman as he just pointed out he was thirty two years old when he rose to power just a couple of years ago so is this is this a prince soman cleaning house in a way that's that's good for saudi arabia or is it perhaps a dangerous consolidation of of his power.

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"talal" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Four ministers and eleven princes in saudi arabia by the security services all of whom have been accused of various corruptions within the country an innings them was one of the richest men in the world i will lead bin talal an investor in apple and news corp amongst the things they're all now holed up in the not so prison mike environment of the ritz carlton in riyadh extraordinary weekend in saudi arabia and in the middle east gem so then chris why do we see these things happening now is just a coincidence that that all these developments took place over the weekend so these are all very complicated lay boats into linked in a in a very real way i would say first of all that the missile fired from the who 'this in re in yemen referenced on festival the who 'these are a proxy of iran they are backed by iran and their fight that they have with saudi is ultimately a proxy war between saudi arabia and iran so they clearly feel festival emboldened by uh a various things first of all would probably be the coal would know of this would not have happened had tehran not said yes go ahead and do i mean we can almost say that with some certainty so this is not to consider i think the lebanese prime minister resign in is another sign that if his life is as he says endanger after him his father rafique hariri was assassinated in two thousand five and the events that happened after refute was murdered.

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"talal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"talal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And detained dozens of high officials including princes will ask what the motivation is behind the move led by the crown prince one years since losing the american election what's the state of the american democratic party and the story of a world war two veteran that's being made into a new film i was a michelle malkin state break came onto a wonderful woman the denim into my gladys i wouldn't be here today i'm sure i wouldn't pas2 guest today stacey hillyard coq communication consultant in us political commentator and rabbi julie annoyed book a member of the british house of lords ought to come on weekend after the world news abc news i'm john shy the asked the throne in saudi arabia has ever seen a major purging the country's leadership eleven princes four current ministers and dozens of former ministers have been detained crown prince mohammad bin salman spearheaded the move as the head of a newly established corruption committee among those detained is the billionaire prince alwalid bin talal is our affairs editor sebastian osher for the huge white ranging contemporary issues but also the numbers of people and essentially biondo vat it consolidation out the power of the crown prince mohammad the son of income it is clearly a fine that he's not taking any chunk it it's war so clearly it would seem to me the final move before either an announcement that his father confound they're going.

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