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Mask mandates return to US college campuses as cases rise

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Mask mandates return to US college campuses as cases rise

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A million empty spaces: Chronicling COVID's cruel US toll

AP News Radio

01:17 min | Last month

A million empty spaces: Chronicling COVID's cruel US toll

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Report: Iran suspends talks with Saudi after mass execution

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Report: Iran suspends talks with Saudi after mass execution

"Iranian state linked media reports that country has decided to suspend talks aimed at defusing tensions with regional rival Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia reportedly put to death eighty one people the group that activists believe included over three dozen Shiites Iran is the largest Shiite Muslim country in the world Saudi Arabia's Shiites live primarily in the kingdom's oil rich east they have long complained of being treated as second class citizens Saudi Arabia's executions of Shiites have stirred regional unrest in the past I'm Walter Ratliff

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Long-haul carrier Emirates resumes Boeing 777 flights to US

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Long-haul carrier Emirates resumes Boeing 777 flights to US

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Michael Anton Comments on Dr. Fauci Implying Sen. Paul Is Responsible for Death Threats

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 4 months ago

Michael Anton Comments on Dr. Fauci Implying Sen. Paul Is Responsible for Death Threats

"Last question you just saw this phenomenon Rand Paul and I don't know what you saw didn't but Rand Paul and Doctor Fauci up on Capitol Hill where Doctor Fauci who Michael is a public figure paid by you my and everyone else in the audience's tax dollars He's not a private physician Using a government account engaged in some suspicious behavior with Francis Collins about the GBD authors Jay botta char and others So Rand Paul calls him out and Fauci starts implying that Rand Paul's responsible for the death threats he's getting Saying it to a guy Michael with no sense of self awareness at all who was literally attacked by his neighbor Rand Paul and put in the hospital I mean if that isn't a moment like one of the greatest self owns of all time I've never I really don't know what compares I don't know who came up with this line but it's a great line I wish I knew so that I could give him credit whoever it is It goes like this Our speech is violence their violence is speech So when the left takes to the streets in the middle of 2000 and burn cities and smashes and loots and I don't know how many people died but it was something around three dozen That's all called mostly peaceful protests and an expression of free speech When the right says something like hey you know funded gain of function research and lied about it and that gain of function research may have led to the COVID pandemic that's destroyed our economy and led to all of these ridiculous mandates talking about it and that becomes violence It's a complete inversion redefinition It's a way of using words as weapons and confounding people so that they can't see clearly what's going on and what's being taken away

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'We were trapped': Trauma of Jan. 6 lingers for lawmakers

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

'We were trapped': Trauma of Jan. 6 lingers for lawmakers

"Lawmakers lawmakers all all remembering remembering the the trauma trauma of of a a year year ago ago wondering wondering if if they'd they'd survive survive the the capital capital right right most most house house members members had had already already been been rushed rushed out out of of the the chamber chamber but but about about three three dozen dozen Democrats Democrats were were above above the the floor floor in in the the balcony balcony rioters rioters were were banging banging on on the the doors doors as as police police build build barricades barricades I I was was at at that that moment moment where where I I realized realized we we were were trapped trapped at at that that that that we we weren't weren't getting getting out out Colorado's Colorado's Jason Jason crow crow a a former former army army ranger ranger who who served served in in war war zones zones went went into into range range remote remote I'm I'm gonna gonna have have to to make make a a stand stand there there we we got got to to fight fight our our way way out out crow crow says says he he was was ready ready to to pull pull the the trigger trigger if if needed needed but but the the lawmakers lawmakers did did get get out out to to running running through through the the tunnels tunnels below below the the capital capital honestly honestly we we thought thought we we were were being being chased chased new new Hampshire's Hampshire's Annie Annie Kuster Kuster says says her her phone phone rang rang her her son son was was watching watching the the riots riots on on TV TV I I said said I'm I'm I'm I'm alive alive honey honey I I can't can't talk talk right right now now we're we're running running for for life life I'll I'll call call you you right right back back but but I'm I'm going going to to be be okay okay Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

"The medical and scientific establishment that's involved in this coronavirus issue has done a hell of a job covering up natural immunity I've been going to that website constantly There's no information on how many people in this country have natural immunity and now we know today they have not even kept that information Then they put out a report of course the mouthpieces in the American media regurgitated it being the experts that they are Saying that natural immunity is not nearly as useful or as strong as a vaccine despite what the Israelis came up with And my friend professor Ken gore of grove city Paul he looked at this and he is completely debunked in the current issue of the American spectator Professor go right ahead explain Yeah hey Mark it'd be with you Yes so the CDC puts out the study It was about it was like three Fridays ago And it claimed that not only is artificial immunity superior to natural immunity And by the way this goes against I mean I've got at least three dozen studies Let's say the exact opposite right That all say the natural immunity is superior So it says not only is artificial immunity superior but it's 5 times superior which is a stunning stunning number I mean you might expect them to try to say maybe 1.2 times or something like but 5 times right 5 times And you know on its face how unbelievable this is when you consider the fact that as a current study from a research team in Oakland California shows among many others All three of the current major vaccines that are out there Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson all now are below 50% efficacy after 6 6 months after the

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Coalition formed to build low-carbon tech market

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Coalition formed to build low-carbon tech market

"Leaders of forming a coalition to build low carbon technology kit climbers invalid John Kerry nearly three dozen large corporations and the World Economic Forum launching on the lines to build a market for technologies that generate low levels of carbon dioxide the World Economic Forum says the first move this coalition aims to help companies set the purchasing plans in a way that will create new market Dimond flew low carbon technologies and help reach the goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions to reach net zero by twenty fifty apple amas in aerospace company Boeing on vehicle makers Volvo and Scania a some of the companies participating in the project I'm Charles the last month

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 Navy probe finds major failures in fire that destroyed ship

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Navy probe finds major failures in fire that destroyed ship

"A report by the navy finds major failures in a fire that destroyed a ship the report calls the fire preventable and unacceptable an arson fire last year in San Diego burned for five days and destroyed the USS bond home regard sustained damage of the four masters collapse and the ship is listing the report obtained by the AP at least three dozen officers and sailors whose failings either directly led to the ships lost or contributed to it the report says an act of arson started the fire but the ship was lost because of an inability to extinguish the fire the report describes a ship in disarray it spreads blame across a wide range of ranks and responsibilities including the now retired three star admiral who headed naval surface force Pacific Fleet Vice

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Julie Kelly and Mark Levin Agree Philip Bump Is a Fraud

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 8 months ago

Julie Kelly and Mark Levin Agree Philip Bump Is a Fraud

"Great. You know, when people do their little hit jobs, they don't understand. I hit back twice as hard. We have this guy Phil bump. National correspondent Washington Compost You spent a lot of time interviewing individuals in the jail from January 6th interviewing their lawyers going through the charging documents to the your knowledge. Has this Communist for the Washington Post filled bomb ever been to the jail? No. In fact, I doubt that he knows that the deplorable jail even exist. There is no indication in his column that he realizes that three dozen January 6th capital protesters are sitting in that jail has been in that jail since February. And that there are dozens of all for other jails across the country being denied bail simply because of their involvement in January six He doesn't mention that in his article. Why do you think that is Because he's a fraud. That's right. Let's go on, he says. Here, um Host Mark Living is focused on the issue repeatedly in June, he told his audience that we're hearing That there in some of the worst jails. Some are being put in solitary environment where they only have an hour where they can go outside of that. That they're being fed poor food. They're being treated like they're terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, where they be treated actually better. Is there something I said there that's inaccurate. No. And, um it's too bad that Philip Bump didn't listen to the oath Keepers status hearing that I did today, where there are three keepers. None charged with violent crime. No weapons charge. No assaulting police officers, No direct

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Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

70 Million

01:31 min | 9 months ago

Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

"A group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as victor in polar smiling facing the energetic teens their probation officers in other words they work for the county but they dress in civilian year t shirts jeans baseball caps because they've been tapped by judge leith them to run this new facility the loft legacy teen center. It's a county run resource and activity center in the small town where kids often can't find much to do or people to talk to. It was like right at the end of my freshman year into the summer of my freshman year. I heard about it. I was like. Oh that's cool. I didn't think anything of it. I didn't think it would be this. Cool hannah wilkinson was there and then i walked. Tv's there's pool table. There's all this cool stuff for kids to do and it was really exciting.

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"three dozen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"three dozen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"He had to take a week off from work. Yeah, I mean, dead ringer. I wish I remember that dude's name, but, uh, Anyway. So thanks to Robin for that update, we'll move along. We got news, weather and traffic coming up next good to be back with you. This is Atlanta's news and talk with market about 95.5 WSB Davis whether trafficking 95.5 w SB Atlantis News. Talk for 30. I'm Chris Champ Alive in the WSB 24 hour news center. Pfizer executives and government leaders have met today to discuss the needs or not for a third covid vaccine dose, and that comes as over the past week. New cases are up by 66%, an infection rates are rising in more than three dozen states. More than half of all new cases are from the Delta variant, which is even more transmissible than the original strain were concerned about those regions of the country. Those states those areas, those cities. In which the level of vaccination is really quite low. Hovering around 30%. Or so researchers at Georgetown University found five under vaccinated regions, which they say could lead to new virus mutations capable of defeating current vaccines. Putting the entire nation at risk. Natalie Brand CBS News the White House 73 degrees on Peachtree Street at 4, 31. Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knit, says Atlanta's most accurate, dependable forecast coming up The triple team traffic here is Doug Turnbull. Figs. Weather wise have gotten a little better, and that's helped the traffic situation on the South Side. Things are opening up. 85 north of the latest of about three different problems above highway 34.

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36 States, DC Sue Google, Alleging Antitrust Violations in App Store

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:12 min | 11 months ago

36 States, DC Sue Google, Alleging Antitrust Violations in App Store

"Of states are set to sue Google and an antitrust case joining us now, as Tom Giles, Bloomberg's global tech executive editor. Tom Tell us about this lawsuit. What's the basis of it? Well, this is yet another action by U. S. U. S regulators against Google And these this is yet another sign of concern. That Google has grown too powerful and that it's and that is wielding that power in a way that sports competition in particular. This focuses on the Google play store. So this is the store that you have to go to in order to download apps on your android device on And so the concern is the fees that they charge APP developers for distribution of your apps. And these developers have they've they've said Enough is enough. They've complained to to regulators. And so what you've got is three dozen states Attorneys general from 36 States and Washington D. C coming together. And leveling a lawsuit against Google alleging alleging anti competitive

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"three dozen" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"three dozen" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"For a suspect after a shooting since two people to the hospital today. Cairo seven TVs Matthew Smith with details this happened just before one this morning along North 137th Street. We know a man a woman got themselves to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. Police say they're still out there looking for a suspect. The new report confirms what law enforcers have been saying Crime in Washington state increased during the pandemic. The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chief says the murder rate went up 47% in 2020 cases of manslaughter doubled and fraud more than doubled. The study also indicates Washington ranks last in the number of officers in relation to population. Pandemic bonuses for some Snohomish County employees could be voted on before the month is out. Council members want to use relief funds to give $1200 payments to essential workers who stayed on the job even part time, The Herald newspaper reports about 1500 people employed by Snohomish County are expected to get the extra pay, which will go to everyone from sheriff's deputies to road crew workers and park Rangers. Numbers are starting to come in about injuries from fireworks during this year's fourth of July celebrations. Cairo seven TVs Tracy, the young with the story Harborview Medical Center, has treated more than three dozen people for fireworks injuries since the fourth of July. The hospital says most of the 44 people heard have injuries to their eyes and hands. It's down slightly from last year's numbers when the hospital treated 48 people that marked a surge of people setting off fireworks when the pandemic canceled many professional displays. And the weather forecasts taken a major turn. It.

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"three dozen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"three dozen" Discussed on WTOP

"Into its 14th day. The death toll stands at three dozen with more than 100 people still unaccounted for. The eight bodies recovered yesterday with the most for a single day since the search began. Florida Governor Ron De Santis was asked during a press briefing this morning if he had broader concerns about the state's real estate market moving forward. I think this building had problems from the start. Let's just put it that way. And so, um So I wouldn't jump to conclusions about it. But at the same time, if there is something identified that would have implications broader than than Champlain Towers. Then, then, obviously we're going to, um, you know we're going to take that and act as appropriate. No one has been rescued from the site since the first hours after that building collapsed on June 24th and officials overseeing the search seem increasingly sombre about the prospects for finding anyone else alive. In other news we're following this morning, President Biden hits the road today to tout his infrastructure plan. France, and a bipartisan agreement has received a political boost more from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, The president travels to Illinois, where he'll be talking up the so called human infrastructure proposal backed by Democrats and viewed skeptically by Republicans. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says the trip goes along with work taking place in Congress. A lot of behind the scenes bill writing negotiations. Discussions on Capitol Hill, Long nights lots of coffee over the course of the next several days. The $1 trillion Senate bipartisan plan. Meanwhile, Has been endorsed by the problem solvers, a bipartisan group of Democrats and Republicans. The GOP support will likely be needed by Democrats,.

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"three dozen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"three dozen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We can have safe subways safe streets. Safe parts, say schools, Li Wa was able to scoop up almost every key Republican endorsement except for the biggest one former president Trump. Sliwa has repeatedly said he's no fan of the ex president. No one laden w O R News covid cases continue to fall, But there's growing concern now about the delta variant. It now accounts for 20% of all cases in the U. S. Delta variant responsible for half the new cases in parts of the Midwest and West. Health officials say the key to crushing the pandemic young people right now. Only about a third of 18 to 24 year olds have been vaccinated, but that age group is currently seeing the country's highest rate of cases. Tied with 25 to 34 year Olds correspondent Eva Pilgrim The M T. A board meeting today to discuss safety issues there focuses on how to drive down crime in the subway as more people are returning to the city. In Washington President Biden going to tackle the country's gun problem today outlining a number of solutions. Justice Department will deploy so called strike forces to crack down on illegal gun sales. The strike forces will deploy to five cities where crime levels have surged, but the problem extends far beyond these five locations. A recent analysis of more than three dozen cities nationwide found the murder rate has spiked by 18% this year. That comes after a 30% spike in 2020 correspondent like a Jockey News this morning is brought to you by Trinity Rehab 24 locations throughout New Jersey. Let's get to the traffic.

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"three dozen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"three dozen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Financial support for law enforcement, and he's supposed to. We're hearing specifically mention the gun violence in Chicago Monday. Kind of a red letter day we'll tell you why next, but first the WLS weather Channel ports all rain passing west southwest of us and even South now as we hit the next couple Hours. Maybe a few showers here in town. Best chance of the steady rainfall and could rain hard places like can't keep the Orient points west and northwest of that. It'll pass and then in the afternoon cloudy 77 Tonight some clouds 67 tomorrow. Scattered showers. Thunderstorms 78 Scattered storms Friday Low eighties currently 66 little hair 65 Midway 64 on the lakefront from a weather channel meteorologist Race digit WLS. Same 8 90, Another updated so President Biden out later today announcing a new plan to tackle the violent crime in The nation. The Justice Department will deploy so called strike forces to crack down on illegal gun sales. The strike forces will deploy to five cities where crime levels have surged, but the problem extends far beyond these five locations. A recent analysis of more than three dozen cities nationwide found the murder rate has spiked by 18% this year. That comes after a 30% spike in 2027 effort, possibly the Justice Department and forcing laws here on the streets of Chicago. See how that works out. Meanwhile, this all comes As Monday was one of the deadliest days in Chicago so far this year, according to the Sun Times, there were at least seven homicides Monday. Just one short. Of the worst days for murders in 2021 w L s news time, 6 32. Stop and go on the Kennedy now! 30 minutes, so here to downtown Eisenhower, Thorndale to the.

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US Takes Down Iran-Linked News Sites, Alleges Disinformation

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

US Takes Down Iran-Linked News Sites, Alleges Disinformation

"The U. S. government has seized control of dozens of Iranian websites they accused of spreading disinformation the move by American authorities appears to be a far reaching crackdown on Iranian media an official who spoke on condition of anonymity so the U. S. had sees roughly three dozen websites this is to the address of a handful of sites including around state television's English language are produced a federal notices said the websites were seized as part of law enforcement action also taken down the domain name for the news website Palestine today and a satellite news channel for Yemen's who the rebel group the take down comes just days after the election victory of Iran's hardline judiciary chief Abraham racy known for his hostility to the west Jennifer king Washington

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The Kids Will Have Their Say in New Podcast

HowSound

02:00 min | 11 months ago

The Kids Will Have Their Say in New Podcast

"Sherri occa- is a reporter at the cbc and canada. She created and produces mic drop. It's a podcast that was recently nominated for a peabody award mic drop features first person stories from young people. It's not from a point of view of explaining to grownups. It's just a point of view of expressing my story. My reality my world. It's not answering an adult's questions. This is my job i. It's about us stories in what we've been through still going through without any adult interruptions as lake. Fools drop in five core three to drop the mic. I've never held mike before and this feels good. Actually that's how each episode of mic drp opens about three dozen teens and tweens have told stories on the show since it started in two thousand eighteen mostly kids from canada but some from the us as well. This is a short clip from talia story. People draw swastikas on everything on my desk. My books on like someone drew on a test. When i was like looking at juwan tesla had test in and the teacher was like what is this and i was disaster. I do find that swastikas just literally the halls school. It's a real issue. When i see all these things. It's really discouraging. Because you know it's definitely creating an atmosphere at the school that As makes it clear that it's not a place for everyone and that's not a message that i know. The school wants to enforce or that many individuals in school went to enforce but it is kind of the culture that's been created and it's very difficult to have to get up and go five days a week to a place where you know. A lot of them really actually hate you.

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American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Mistreatment of January 6 Prisoners

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Mistreatment of January 6 Prisoners

"And now an extremely troubling story that I'm seeing other people and by the way, including myself latching onto now because you produce such a volume of evidence. Here that the treatment of these January six prisoners has been absolutely abhorrent Number one for a Constitution Republicans. Secondly, Julie, I'd like to do for you to address how many of those prisoners from Antifa and BLM are being treated the same way in equal conditions if you wouldn't mind. So, Dan, I'll answer your last question first, which is none. Not only is Biden's DOJ not pursuing the ANTIFA BLM rioters from last year they're actively dropping cases against Portland Antifa criminals for far worse crimes than what we saw in January six. This includes Attacking federal officers. As you know, when you talked about yesterday, destroying federal property, Chris Wray was actually confronted about this. During his testimony last week, the FBI director he tap danced around It claimed that they were still looking at all the evidence that a lot of what happened with the 2020 social justice riots if you want to call them that, or they call them that, um, there there were mostly local and state offense is not federal, so he really kept Around that. Meanwhile, you have at least three dozen January six defendants languishing for months in solitary confinement conditions in a D. C. Prison that apparently has been set up justice specifically House them under pretrial detention orders. This is not that they have already had a trial. They've been convicted. They are in jail, awaiting delayed trials for months on end. As the government drags these cases out into really next year's midterm

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Why Your ABM Strategy Isn't Working With Kristina Jaramillo

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Why Your ABM Strategy Isn't Working With Kristina Jaramillo

"Christina. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me billy. I'm looking forward is conversation. It's my favorite topics. That will have fun with. It will be fun. We'll be fun so for those that don't know you or much about personally b. m. tell us a little bit about yourself and personally b. m. short sure personally. The end has been around for over ten years. And we've kind of evolved with account based marketing. We've taken we take very niche approach. Hence the personal bart's typically people will say we're running an abm account based program. Were running with like maybe three hundred five hundred accounts. We usually only have about two to three dozen accounts and we're focused on accounts that are fitting the ict to a t. And have the greatest revenue growth opportunity and we work with tech Sas firms people with complex sales longer sales cycles six and seven figure deals and even companies in the logistics three pl space to either we focus on a couple of things win protect or expand key accounts and again. They're going to be the ones that have. The graven is greatest revenue growth potential and greatest expansion opportunities while awesome awesome. So how'd you get into you. Know how did you guys get into to doing this with personal. Abm yeah well. We started just Lincoln marketing originally with small businesses and consultants and we. We saw that account based marketing was coming about it. Hadn't really been given that buzzword that official title And we noticed that it was working on lincoln but it needed a spur. Special tweak to it needed an extra layer of relevance that personal layer not just relevant to the rank individual but to the actual person. So what matters most to them as a person as opposed to a buying committee organization or even their department

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"three dozen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"three dozen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Three dozen by tomorrow morning, the roses The roses flower shop is blooming to keep up with high demand. He must strengthen his business is really just just one second for us is flowers Hold, please. Hi. How you doing? Welcome to for us, is indeed can help him hire the people he needs. I need indeed. Indeed, you do when you sponsor a job, you immediately get your short list of quality candidates whose resumes on indeed Metro job criteria, visit indeed dot com slash credit and get $75 toward your first sponsor job terms and conditions apply. Dad, Your prescription will be ready in just a minute. Hey, Dad, you laundry will be ready in just a minute. Dad, Your lunch will be ready in just a minute. Hey, honey, why don't you take a minute? When you help care for a loved one. You give them as much time as you can making sure they're safe and comfortable. But it's just as important that you take some time for yourself. At AARP. We can help with information and useful tips on how you could maintain a healthy life balance here for your own physical and mental well being and manage the challenges of caring for a loved one. Because the better care you take of yourself better care You can provide for your loved one. Thanks, Dad. Thank you. You're there for them. We're here for you Find free care guides to support you in your loved one at AARP dot orc slash care giving that's AARP dot org's slash care, given a public service announcement brought to you by AARP and the council It's Memorial Day, and we're taking the day off here. It might talk when I was 71 to relax, rejuvenate and remember those who died in service to our country. We'll be back. Live tomorrow on.

35 Republicans Buck Trump, Back Study of Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

35 Republicans Buck Trump, Back Study of Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

"Nearly three dozen Republicans bucked party leaders and former president trump in voting to create a bipartisan commission on the capital riot the GOP's John Katko negotiated the bill with Democrats and urge lawmakers from both sides to support it to put down their swords for once just for once just three Republicans spoke in favor of the bill including Peter Mayer who accuse fellow G. O. peers who criticize the attack of backing off but even more troubling there's been an active effort to whitewash and re write the shameful events of that day to avoid accountability but with Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell saying he's against the bill it faces an uncertain path Democrats need ten Republican backers for it to pass Sager mag ani Washington

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Israeli strikes kill 26, topple buildings in Gaza City

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Israeli strikes kill 26, topple buildings in Gaza City

"The three dozen people have been killed in the latest is ready S. strikes on Gaza the heavy death toll makes it the deadliest single attack since recent heavy fighting broke out between Israel and Hamas leaders the strikes once one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential parts of Kansas city rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble the Gaza health ministry reported over a dozen women and seven children were among those killed over a hundred ninety Palestinians have been killed in Gaza including more than fifty children with well over a thousand people wounded every seven people in Israel have been killed including a five year old boy in a soldier throughout the day Gazans mourn their dead relatives one father well done conservatively as he hoped that that child does not discount the two consulting calm him later in the day rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza city directed towards Israel Hamas and other militant groups applauded the two thousand nine hundred rockets into Israel many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military I'm Karen Thomas

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"three dozen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"three dozen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"There's how J along with the rest of the morning crew. All here, the big talk in the Legislature. Now there's a lot of conversation in the Legislature. But one thing that's happening. The Texas Association of Business and More than three dozen other business groups are pushing the governor governor on it to get rid of that extra $300 in federal benefits That's going to unemployment that's trying to push people back into the workforce. That's right. Right now. This is something that's happened in 16 states. Where the governors and they're They're largely Republican states. Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, where those governors, they've said, Yep. We're cutting that federal benefits. You could no longer get the extra 300 When you apply for unemployment. Texas isn't one of them yet. So you've got there urging it? Yes, You've got a lot of business groups. And you've got the Texas Association of Business like we just said, saying, Hey, so this is what they said. With covert 19 on the decline and job openings on the rides. We believe it's time for Texas leaders and the Workforce Commission to reexamine the benefits. Get people back to work pretty much? No, I don't know if the governor's actually going to do this. John Cornyn thinks the Abbotts seriously considering it. Well, you know, there's so many things to consider in this number one is Uh, there are people that need help their people that need help, and you don't want to take If they need it. I don't want to take it away from him. There are people who have discovered I don't need to go back to work. I'm pulling in the big bucks just sitting around. They need to go back to work. Well, that's the so what you just mentioned. That's where that extra $300 comes in the federal 300 addition to unemployment, you know that that's a week's that's 12 to 1500 a month. That people could better getting that made that maybe the incentive to say yes. Dark time. I have to go find work. Let me ask you guys this too. So we're may 14th 2021. So we're 14 months after the start of this pandemic, things are opening up What lines of work right now. In Texas that you can think of are still really struggling to the point where that extra $300 of unemployment money is keeping them afloat. You know, That's a great question. Everywhere I go, though, and I'm sure you everybody here sees it are the help wanted signs. There's there's now hiring science everywhere, but that's different. That's okay that that proves the point. Even Maura of these businesses reaching onto the government. I'm asking individuals how many people right there. And what industries are there People that are unemployed, like still because of the pandemic. Oh, You know that Still you think they really need that extra three? I mean restaurants. I mean, are there restaurants still majorly out of business? Where? Okay, Yeah. Just according to my friends in the restaurant business. It's an industry that still hurts. I'll tell you this. The event industry is up and running. I mean, are you getting booked and you plays at parties are the we had 14 bands out in one weekend. About two weeks ago. Wow! And that's and that's fully crowded dance floor weddings and caterers and florists and all that they're all working. So that's that's why I asked the question. Like how much who would be seriously hurt if you take that $300 federal unemployment benefit away, so I don't know The thing about it is I can't put myself in that position. We're cool, even working the whole time. Oh, yeah, I can't. I've I've been fortunate. All of us have been fortunate. We've had jobs. We've had jobs. We haven't had to worry about it. But I couldn't put my stuff in the position of being unemployed and happy about it. You know what the government's gonna take care of me. I'm just going to sit back and relax now and I could never go there. Yeah, There are a lot of people as we've heard. I mean, we we talked about McDonald's a little earlier how they they're having to not only pay people to apply an interview for a job, but they're raising their wages. You know which again that's going to come back and affect us the consumer. Next time you go to McDonald's and the Big Mac 80 cents more expensive, that's gonna happen. So that's why you're seeing all these businesses reach out to the governor. It's not just here. It's across the country and to the president say, like you need to incentivize people to get back to work. It's not helping the country that and why did I almost pay $3 a gallon for guests yesterday as it to 90? Mm. Because that's a whole nother segment. We can talk about it 11 minutes after eight o'clock, the W B A P traffic.

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"three dozen" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"three dozen" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"Amazing. Invented by nasa photo catalytic oxidation takes elements from the air or moisture aged and our oxygen o two and uses those elements to create something that we want something that you're aware of something that can definitely affect virus and that's hydrogen peroxide. It's in your medicine cabinet. It's age too. So you can imagine that we could take these elements from the air and with the right manipulation and they do it with a uv bulb breaking up. The mets scrambling molecules in somehow titanium oxides medals through honeycomb are able to bring these elements back as hydrogen peroxide in minute elements in the airspace. Will kill virus and it's not hard closer people so it can be used in the restaurant you know that's fully occupy and that's perfect place for native ionization. Also perfect place is occupied space. It's okay doesn't affect people and in a sore. Th lawn is ozone ozone is very simple and very natural it's o-3 same processes applying roy Ridichio elements from the atmosphere. The oes and we're breaking them up bringing them back together as oh three. I believe nature provided this force as their little miracle to keep bacteria from just growing everywhere. It's out in our airspace. It's a low level pollutant. It comes from exhaust pipes to comes from where false and it comes after rainstorms. So zone is interesting. It's the it's the atmospheric scrambling molecules and many of them come. Back is three zero three dozen last law. That's nice thing about it. Oh three will be created in. We created easily. You push it into rooms space and then it goes away rather quickly so it does. His thing goes away. You just don't want to be doing in occupied space. But ozone has a bit of an odor which is nice. It's actually good because you know if you're treating with too much ozone you kind of set it for sure and you wouldn't would be in that space doesn't smell great doesn't smell bad. But it's nells obvious so zone is nice that way..

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"three dozen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"three dozen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Miss January 11th kicking off a brand new week. Thanks for being here. Oh, what did the weakened goat just joking? Blinked. And here we are. Yeah, I really did, didn't it? Client. How was your weekend? It was good. I got a chance to see my sister. That's right. Really? Yes. She came in town, and we socially distant saw each other. I'm not where to go. Um, that's one of the problems with the pandemic, you know, couldn't come to our house. Of course. Um, And so we went to The Rosedale Center and sat far apart from each other, Um, way, popped into the potluck area and immediately my brother in law. They were there before me. He went right over to Betty and Earls, and he's like, What's this place? I'm like, Oh, I know that he was just amazed. And then what's funny? Is that our plan? Our plan was to, um, was to get some food. Food and, um, maybe just sit down and one of the areas they're that they're constantly cleaning, you know, and just have a meal, but they don't know why you to do that. You have to keep walking. So we just sat there and then we were going to get some stuff before we left. But we waited for too long, and then we didn't eat it all. Oh, I was just such a crime. I was so sad. We turned around and the gate was closed to pop where we came in. And we're like, Oh, no. Oh, anyway, but Yep, that she Um, She was just up here. Unfortunately, they had to come here for a socially distanced visitation. Um, but, yeah, she also brought me you guys. Three dozen farm fresh eggs. Oh, you know, from her chicken. That's right. She's the chicken lady with a blue and oh, yeah. Blue King Brown. Yeah, three dozen. Yeah. Three dozen. Take me a year to eat those. Oh, so good. Oh, my gosh. Farm eggs, yolks sticks up like super far. And it's a bright orange. I don't think I've ever had a farm fresh egg in my life. Really? No, I'm no, I'm not being funny. I'm being said I don't think I ever have Maybe. Baby. Mama Haas has given me one. They've had chickens, but no, I've never had a farm. Fresh egg. Yeah, I need to do. It Looks sketchy from the outside, but boy inside. I'll take a picture tonight and show you light full. Yeah, yeah. And I'm glad Donna. I'm glad you mentioned Not just I mean, because full disclosure. Yeah, I do own it, But, uh, it's a good segue way into reminding everybody that restaurants open back up at 15% capacity today. So yes. Oh, hashtag, go support local no matter where you are, Um, whatever neighborhood you are. Tonight, maybe make it a fun. Ah, fun, Take out night or or go in there and just have an influx of business to these restaurants that have been dark for a while now, so go go. Go ahead in and support these places. A few joints open over the weekend. Jason Oh, Noddy Noddy. Yeah, I'm gonna keep my mouth shut on that I got enough hate last week. I'm not going to say I'm not. I'm gonna keep my mouth shut on that one. But But yeah, Uh yeah, I had to take out so I saw her. And then yesterday I claimed for Let's see 11 30 to 3 30. Oh, clean. The blacks tend to go like I'm cleaning it like the Queen's coming or like it's where you're about to move out. That's the way I clean. Me, too. Just like Yeah. I mean, one believe yeah. And so we did that clean the bedroom. I mean, I go along the baseboards. I am getting the track to the sliding doors. Oh, this gross stuff in it. I'm like, I just can't stop myself. Okay, kids, sort of obsessive. And then I'm like, All right, everyone else has done has been done for the last two hours. And I'm still doing this stuff. Lex. You're like that, too. As far as detailed training. Oh, really? Yep. Just take a big chunk of time and just get it done because otherwise you know this whole like clean little as you go. I'm just not well and with baby now to really my concept of time is so different now. Yeah, this is I had no time for anything. Now I really don't know more efficient than ever. Real and it's made you more efficient. Yeah, because I know I only have you know the time that he naps or the time that you know on hell's watching him or one, especially now. Not seeing anyone and no daycare and things like that. So it's like I got an hour. I'm gonna be as precise accept. It's possible. Yeah, that makes sense Video editing. So I've just been like taking these classes and stuff. So I'm just like this is my time. I have to do what I can't. I don't have all day like I used to. You're taking video editing classes. I am. Oh, Mom, Lax. Come here. My fears. I just I love to do it and I realized if I just need toc down and and figure out beyond, you know, just editing on my phone and some of the simple things because, you know, I like to edit audio and self. I not do some video and Son made some videos over the weekend. I was three grand slacks. It's wonderful. I'm so happy for you because, Yeah, that's great. It's fine, and I also have a computer that's capable of it now. I mean, I had one That was just a dud and for years and just trying to get it toe Do anything, do anything or download and, you know, so that was really frustrating. Lex. Lex had a Lex had a Mac book from 1994 0 about 10 minutes. Laptops later. Very old, right. Alexis was one day to the next animal, You know, so it was like, Oh, man. Everything. You know that you wanted new downloads. It wouldn't be compatible and It was the size, you know, supercomputers in the seventies. That's how big Lexus laptop was for the first four.

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"three dozen" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

The Wounds Of The Faithful

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"three dozen" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

"Bill visions of grander still a normal dies. Saved by grace. I still do it by bigfoot. My mouth no income to all the stories started the love myself and not sounds like you've found yourself worst in the lord jesus because jesus siege you Says child and you are a child of god and that's where your worst is so it sounds like your healing journey brought you to that place. Yeah it's not self confidence like the world says it is. It's how god sees you your precious and your loved valuable. He died for you. How will you give me going now. Alleluia others to experience this. You know i my whole ministry. I've been surrounded by hurting people hurting churches. I've worked with people that have had major promised in their life. Not that i ever sought it. I think the largest leg it as i've worked with people people say that i've been able to bring comfort easy often. Thought well okay. Lord i want you to find three dozen. I have i understand being shackled to pain in the past and i understand allowing those things to or were you think about yourself and never truly being set free waking up with that knowing feeling of broken nece all the time all the time just constantly what. God truly set me free. Set me free because he set me free. I'm nobody special pastor. I've seen so many people that have a form of this. Don't they haven't gone through it so they're still living confession. Christ the still the hurt of the past them. I'm not fingered on taking the log on my own voice from there. I but i've said the freedom that god has for his Again do we still stumble yet. We still need refining sure. Are we still the clay. And he's still the potter. Of course this a freedom that we find as a pastor. I've just met so many people who will say are i'm i'm delivered and you realize it's it's it's only an inch deep. It's yours soon as they get tested soon as they get get bothered just spills out in cougs out of them in a defense or rejection or in a way they sell view of the world or of themselves. The gods can set us free god considered. So what's the difference between being a victim and being victorious on my my humble opinion victim. Is somebody always use themselves. Broken himself in.

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"three dozen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"three dozen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Three dozen heavily armed men cut off the chief's convoy, firing more than 400 rounds into his armored car. He survived, but three others died from his hospital bed. He tweeted the Jalisco cartel was to blame. The cartel, which dominates fentanyl and meth trafficking in the country, now eclipses the Sinaloa organisation in its reach throughout Mexico. David Shirk, director of the Justice in Mexico program at the University of San Diego says the Jalisco new generation cartel took off after the capture an extradition to the US of the Sinaloa leader Chapo Guzman. Chuck says After that turf wars between the two groups escalated and so did homicides and they really haven't stopped going up since then, In a large part of that violence, I think can be attributed to the siege. Angie the Jalisco new generation cartel. That violence is most acute in Guanajuato, ST. Juan Gutierrez heads a crime victims group there, Ilija way have gone from being a peaceful state to a state filled with terror, he said. His group hoped to meet with president and dress Manuel Lopez Overlord last week when he came to tour the state to promote his security plans. The meeting never happened. Vidal Romero, a political scientist at the Tom, A Mexico City University, says the president's tour was all show and no substance. Because, he says Lopez Obrador doesn't have a strong policy to combat the drug cartels. They're doing the same the previous government, but they are saying that they are not doing the same that other governments Lopez over. Nora's touted a new National Guard force to fight the gangs. But Romero says it's still the same Mexican army doing the same inadequate job. As he confronts Mexico's rising murder rate. Lopez Obrador has made a mantra the phrase hugs, not bullets, and it's morning press conference today. Lopez Obrador seem unfazed by the impresses show of force in the Jalisco cartel video. He said his administration inherited the drug cartels and insisted his policy of non confrontation. Is the best policy going against your mask, you know? We will fight them with intelligence and not force. We will not declare war, he said. Jerrycan. NPR NEWS Mexico CITY This.

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"three dozen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"three dozen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"At least three dozen servicemembers have tested positive in addition to a number of dependents civilians and contractors spokesman John involvement through may eleventh although Mr travel for military personnel will be halted unless it meets one of a number of waiver criterias including sent mission essential travel or humanitarian reasons as to whether the defense department is set up tent hospitals to support the private healthcare system airforce brigadier general Dr Paul Friedrichs cautioned against overestimating department's ability to care for sick civilians but said the Pentagon would deploy mobile medical facilities and asked to do so Rachel Sutherland fox news well the corona virus has canceled something else in the world of sports the PGA championship was supposed to be in may it's been postponed along with the masters to later in the year now the viruses infected the NBA even more now seven players have tested positive another baseball player has its New York Yankees have informed their minor league players that another minor leaguer has tested positive for the corona viruses according to reports out of the team's camp in Tampa Florida it's unknown the extent of time this player spend with any major leaguers the previous player diagnosed with COPD in nineteen only spent time in the Yankees minor league portion of their spring training facility as late as positive test comes with news from MLB that all thirty ball clubs will each donate one million dollars to establish your week bumper stadium workers affected by the corona virus pandemic allowing them to avoid missing out on a paycheck as a result of the delayed start to the regular season Metropolitano Foxy of course is even bigger sports news coming out of Tampa quarterback Tom Brady is leaving the New England Patriots he's going to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after twenty years with the patriots and six Superbowl championships he's a free agent and he's.

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"three dozen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"three dozen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From China nearly three dozen countries Arizona is morning news with Jim Sharpe Jeannie Weston detour Dan traffic weekday mornings five to eight KTAR news ninety two three F. F. M. A. T. T. A. R. news app big sale going on at Brooklyn bedding it is there end of winter sales so you need a new mattress right buy the best mattress and get the best price Brooklyn bedding where every single mattress every single mattress is hand crafted right here in Phoenix okay and it's guaranteed to last you ten years to try broken betting has the perfect sleep solution I know this because my wife and I are sleeping on our brand new Brooklyn bedding mattress we want with the Sedona it is fantastic I'm not waking up with a backache anymore I'm sleeping through the night it's so comfortable sometimes I don't want to get out of bed and come into the show chat even though he's my super bass right now through March thirty can get twenty percent off all mattresses online in best sellers in store to own Gedo sensu seventeen valley locations there are sleep experts on site who are amazing they helped us when we bought our mattress and remember if your your mattress by three to deliver it today for free Brooklyn bedding dot com this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and we want to help your house feel more like a home with some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates have dropped so much that many Americans can reduce their rate you may be able to save money on your monthly mortgage payment right now the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent call us at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of change a two percent discount rates call for conservation conditions equal housing lender listens office dates and all summer thirty thirty.

"three dozen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"three dozen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The website three dozen women will vie for the crown of ms America but ms Nevada will not be there Katie Williams a twenty nine year old Las Vegas woman claim she's the victim of censorship and being unfairly targeted over her support for president Donald Trump saying that quote to political to be in the pageant I asked what was the actual content they didn't like and they would never give me an answer and now I don't get to compete the pageant organizers insisted swings failure to separate political activism from her pageant persona that cost her the sash Williams is a fitness instructor and was deployed by the Army National Guard to Afghanistan in two thousand eight two thousand not a statement from the pageant group said Katie Williams is distorting all the facts all the pageant ask of ms Williams in writing is to keep separate social media accounts in a Facebook statement Williams said other contestants have voiced political views and we're not punish the same way she was David cope the billionaire conservative activist and philanthropist who was lauded by the right and review by the left has passed away Charles coke did not say how his brother died but David coke blamed deteriorating health when he stepped down last year's from coke industries a Kansas based energy and chemical corporation for the annual revenue of over one hundred ten the brothers were tied as the eleventh richest in the world this year a ranking by Forbes at the time of his death David coke was worth forty two point five billion dollars he was seventy nine this is USA radio news one more business contest you need this.

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"three dozen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"three dozen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Records at some Veterans Affairs hospitals now include fifteen hundred word narratives about the life story of a patient Wall Street journal reporter Ben castling says it's part of an effort to improve care since knowing a patient from a different perspective can make a difference Ben explain it well there is the that co pilot program under way and that will be spread out would have been caught on across the entire VA without three dozen VA hospitals where patients can elect to have their up a profile written of themselves like their life story whatever they want to include in that actually goes in the medical record along side blood pressure and and X. rays and things like that doctors nurses other providers can read about the person what matters most to them the life story to ship them before they before they go in for treatment so they can know the patient as more than just a set of vitals fine if well how widespread is this it's happening it happening to him forty eight right now there's been about three thousand patients drop the VA that are out there the White stories included in the medical records but it's also kind of catching on the civilian world as well there's a number of civilian programs that are experimenting with what's called never that medicine so it's part of a move to have a more holistic picture of a patient right so instead of having a medical record just include just include medication and and all the all the objective scientific things that go into treating a patient this deal more with the the art side of it and treating the person the person rather than that statistic so speaking of the art side you profiled in your story this guy in Madison Wisconsin name for wrangler whose actually poets who is actually writing some of these patients stories that's right yeah I'd be the head of the of the Madison Wisconsin via Medical Center said he never expected to have a a poet on salary you know thank you that that kind of money could be better spent elsewhere you know on more traditional medicine but for ray Moore is a is a full time employee at the Madison Wisconsin BA and you know that you said you're trying all right I have a background in in in in in dealing with with families and talking through stuff with people now he leads us program to write down with the most important things a person's life equipment a medical record so he brings that sensibility from with the knowledge of medicine and how the medical community works in therapy but he's not at MD bring that outside perspective to the to the whole process into something or speak with Ben castling wallstreet journal reporter who covers national security in veterans issues also served in the marine corps himself so he knows this stuff but he's written a piece entitled to improve care Veterans Affairs asks patience their life stories is it making a difference well it's for the patient I spoke with who had who have to have dealt with that it makes a difference to them by being able to talk about their past a lot of times I mean you need all your listeners probably know when you go in the hospital there's not not a whole lot of talk about what what matters to you your life story your family is what things have shaped you it's asking you what do you do any today what's your sore throat with work through that so patients at the VA are able to able to talk about what matters to our and really really sometimes on earth some memories that that that have been there for a while at right back to work to combat service one now one person I spoke with the red one that he had lost lost a foot long but he was not really able to to talk to the doctors or others about that experience but thanks to this program he was able to to to to share it with with someone who is able to write down the story form and then rather than talking about that story again and again and and explaining it to doctors you know why why would you come to the VA members government report rather than having to explain that over and over he was just able to point to a medical records say I told the story again there so it helps it helps him establish that bond with doctors and then doctors and providers I spoke with said this is the sort of thing that helps them slow down and take a blast when they're getting ready to treat people so that they remind themselves that it's a human being on the other side that being true that not just not just the generic patient yeah because trauma is often overlooked in these cases I would I would imagine especially in the VA facilities good to trot trauma can sometimes be overlooked in the and it also you you forget that Jeez traumatic experiences that happen to patients and even to yourself when you when you're talking about these stories can have all affects your healthcare so if the doctor looking at someone's someone's life story and they see that they've got him combat jumps out of airplanes well maybe that's why the maybe that's why they're able to backer limit we should look more into that that we should talk about those experiences so allow doctors to not only not only make the human connection all right to to think more through some of the clinical the clinical effects of of having served have having served in combat maybe having that as part of your life story the clinical effects of those words thanks it's been been castling Wall Street journal reporter thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend Michigan is one of the best places in the country to do business but you don't have to take our word for it take and the miles CEO of rosh enterprises instead the people involved in product development there couldn't be more unique and exciting opportunities that are really going to shape the future of the of the world it's.

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"Here's what's coming up on all things considered a conversation with the deputy director of Americans for immigrant Justice. We'll talk about the Trump administration's plan to suspend legal aid for unaccompanied Langres children that plan announced earlier this week also ahead, you're going to hear from the owner of the land based tequila company, talks about how he's planning for US tariffs on Mexican goods. He says the five percent scheduled for Monday is a law, but twenty five percent could devastate the tequila industry, the US, by the way, imported about one point four billion dollars tequila twenty eighteen and in state and local news coming up at five thirty two. Jurors in San Bernardino will decide on Monday governor Newsome says he wants to do about drug overdoses in prisons at one and could take at least another fun years. To complete this in Orange County. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California, Dwayne Brown smartphones from Chinese tech giant Weiwei will no longer come with Facebook apps pre installed on them NPR's jasmine, guards tells us, it's the latest example of Silicon Valley distancing itself from the company after President Trump issued a trade ban, Instagram, Facebook and the extremely popular messaging service. What's up will not be included in new wall, way phones, however, users will be able to install those apps themselves, manually, also people who are ready have a way phone will still be able to use the apps. Why is the second largest smartphone vendor, the world, outpacing apple, but in the US, why phones are not sold over concerns that they may be used for espionage by the Chinese government most recently escalating trade tensions between China and the US. The Trump administration took it a step further American companies like Intel and Qualcomm will be forbidden from doing business with waterway. Jasmine guards, NPR news, New York, but US an Russian navies are blaming each other for near collision today in the western Pacific, the Pentagon says a Russian destroyer came within one hundred feet of the US chancellor's Ville, and the crews forced to take action to avoid a collision acting Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan says they will continue operations in the area despite the incident news of this morning is. Beyond disappointing. He'll unsafe unprofessional acts of certainly put our men and women at risk. The Pentagon says it will lodge a formal, diplomatic protest over what it called on safe a unsafe maneuver, by the Russian warship stocks finished the week higher. On Wall Street, tacking, social media, shares led the gainers as investors hope a weaker jobs report increases, the odds, the fed will cut interest rates in coming months. You're listening to NPR news. And this KCRW news, it's Friday, June seventh. Good evening Leary Parrella. Here's what's happening at five thirty two. Jurors and San Bernardino have reached a verdict in the case of a man charged with killing a family of four and bearing their bodies in the desert prosecutor said today, the verdict will be read in court Monday, Charles chase Merritt is charged with killing his business associate Joseph McStay mcstay's wife summer, and the couple's two young sons the family vanished from their home in twenty ten three years later. Bodies were found in shallow graves in the desert. The rate of drug overdose deaths in California prisons is higher than any other state prison system. And now governor Newsome is looking to change that with a proposed one hundred sixty million dollars per year, drug and alcohol treatment program here. KCRW Eric really, the governor's plan calls for hiring more than four hundred medical and administrative staffers in the next two years to provide comprehensive drug treatment and counseling in California's three dozen state prisons the second. Be reports that governor Newsom also on to hire more than one hundred twenty five new prison guards to safeguard program facilities escort inmates to treatment sessions the program would have a three prong, focus new inmates who were already being treated for substance abuse problems on the outside those at risk of overdosing in prison, and inmates were due to be released in less than a year and a half. The program is mob on one that's been successful in Rhode Island. That's the smallest state in the nation and state assembly report questions, whether it would work in California sprawling prison system, KCRW, Eric Roy highway crews widening crowded stretch of the I freely in an effort to ease traffic for communities in south Orange County. The nearly six hundred million dollar construction project will add one lane in each direction on six miles of the freeway between El Toro road in lake forest and the seventy three in San Juan Capistrano OC, transportation authority, CEO, Darrell Johnson tells NBC four some surface streets along the I five or also being widened,.

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"I am on that. Then three dozen victims of the floods that followed cyclone isci have been a buried in mass graves in the district of Susan ganger after their bodies were found in an advanced stage of decomposition that citizens tried to take refuge in the treetops, but because of hunger, low temperatures on the delay in their rescue. They ended up losing strength and falling into water. The official death toll from the cycle in Mozambique is now over five hundred joining us. Now on the BBC's World Food Program director, David Beasley critter have you on, sir? Hala things as far as you're concerned. What are people telling you people on the ground, Mozambique? Well, it's not just a matter. What people were telling me what I literally saw with my very own eyes. I was on the ground and better, and we took helicopters in certain sectors. Which was just quite devastating certain villages literally with eleven meters of water or thirty thirty three feet of water. Some of the villages that existed before a completely gone and not say gone when you look at it from a helicopter. There's nothing left at all in those villages that did survive. But that surviving is just a matter of people. The the house two houses are destroyed. Rooftops are gone people are still in water foot deep in many places and the death toll while that may be about five hundred taking the death toll is gonna be higher because a lot of people that have died or cover Shilton, you will not this for days. Atrocious situation. You can't no roads no access into these areas. The grant is still very very wet. And so it's a bad situation. And it's obvious that people need help. But how do you rate? How'd you get help to them in this accomplices that you just described? Well, I mean, we hit literally and went bay we had after going course distributing food had to be put aside the first couple of days because no one was in. We had the only a few helicopters boats. We were just life rescue missions. As you were saying people were intrigued, but let me tell you. It was difficult not where people hanging onto the deer while in trees. But there are also wild animals hanging on your life in those treaties, which created even greater head. But that part of the rescue mission, isn't it subsided warheads quite a bit? But does not completely. But. People have lost lives, which is terrible Diddy food. Hinder lands. You talking about a thousand square miles of area, and you don't have roads, and you can't Lynn helicopters in most of the places. So we're having to drop food from the from the air into water areas. And we're using what we call a short life term last saving types of, but we are getting to distribution points throughout the water continues to subside we're distributing foods bu-but by helicopter. We now are feeding or Sistine about one hundred seventy five thousand people we will skill up seventy five thousand more people per day for the next week to reach about five to six hundred thousand by the end of next week. And then as we get greater access we hope to reach about one point seven million. But that's still remains to be seen. And a lot of what you're doing will obviously have a short some impact. But I sense that the long term problems include things like food security because it will be a while before that land, you know, people can, cultivate on that Lund. Well, let you just touched on is what people around the world need to realize this short-term catastrophe while the cyclone has come and gone. The damage is here to stay for quite some taps. And let me give you the most heartbreaking use it was harvest tab. And literally the harvest was ready within the next couple of weeks. All that is gone all the foods class of people in this region is gone in the plantings. Opportunity is only like seven more days for planting. Then you can't quit season. The crown right next is still too wet. So you're talking about an entire year's worth of food supply begin totally eliminated in. So we're going to have to be in there quite some time. We a burden seeking meditating mode now will go into recovery mode suited, then re reconstruction owed is well and briefly if you can do you think the world is responding. Do you have the resources to stay there for as long as you need to stay there? No, we don't we're very short resources just for food security alone in their big is out. One hundred forty two million dollars over the next three bucks that could be low. But that's what we anticipated. This point in about fifteen to twenty percent at the most there now, and we need the money. So we could you just don't walk into can't buy the food right there village. We're trying to do that. But we've got to have shit. We'll have big claim in that takes time and the supply chain. So it's a stereotype deep refunding, literally as we speak, and it seems like you if you if the United States, everybody's talking about Trump, Trump Trump at the end, the UK, your is Brexit your branch, but the people in Mozambique, they need some help. And they need help. They're really good to talk to you. David Beasley World Food Program director. Thank you for joining us on the BBC. He's now that the European Union is to stop the seep shells that have rescued thousands of refugees and migrants.

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