35 Burst results for "Tuesday Morning"

The Bible Is Your Anchor in a Sea of Blurring Lines

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

The Bible Is Your Anchor in a Sea of Blurring Lines

"You don't have to look far to find that there is a difference between the revelation of the Bible and the investigation of man. The New York Times had a review entitled on being male, female, neither or both. And I can't read the article and just use it by way of illustration, but I'll give you one quote from it. Until the turn of the century, doctor my out of its rights, gender was defined through a binary taxonomy of opposites. In 1910, a girl in physician, doctor Magnus Hirschfeld, published a pioneering work on transsexuality and articulated a relatively new modern definition of gender. Quotes. Absolute representatives of their sex are heroes. Only abstraction invented extremes. These two notions could not be farther apart. You can not merge them, okay? Which is why I'm saying to you what I'm saying unless you are convinced of the authority of the Bible. Then when you take your New York Times on a Tuesday morning and read this, you are going to be immediately at sea. You're going to be running down the street saying who am I? What am I? Where am I on the continuum? Am I male and my female? What in the world am I? But if you have accepted the authority of the Bible and you believe that God gets the last word on every subject, then you don't disengage your brain, you interact with the material, you think it out in light of what you know as having been revealed by the creator God.

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NYC Mayor Eric Adams: Today Was a Difficult Day for New York

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | Last month

NYC Mayor Eric Adams: Today Was a Difficult Day for New York

"As we indicated today was a difficult case with New York Days like these are playing out too often since across America As mentioned this morning we witnessed an act of violence and evil in the heart of Brooklyn Which took a tactic so we called for a visit to the people at the 36th street station We saw a quiet Tuesday morning return the imagery between war zone as a small bomb was detonated and multiple shots rang out We witnessed 20 individuals so far as it was made

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Brooklyn subway passengers help fellow commuter injured during shooting

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Brooklyn subway passengers help fellow commuter injured during shooting

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Tiger Woods says he's planning to play the Masters

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Tiger Woods says he's planning to play the Masters

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree a big showdown of the NBA's Eastern Conference Monday as Miami top Chicago one twelve ninety nine Tyler hero with twenty points and six boards off the bench for the heat now forty one and twenty one on the year also in the east Milwaukee scored forty four second quarter points in a one thirty one oh six win over the Hornets Yanis answer to Kubo twenty six points and sixteen boards out west Memphis got by the spurs one eighteen one oh five John Moran pulled in a Grizzlies record fifty two points Minnesota Orlando Toronto in Sacramento also one in the NBA Monday in college basketball top twenty five matchup in Austin went to third ranked Baylor as they toppled twenty first ranked Texas sixty eight sixty one in the NHL Toronto got by Washington five three behind thirty saves from goalie Petr Mrazek and baseball's ninety day labor standoff continued Monday as locked out players in Major League Baseball met throughout the day and early into Tuesday morning in an attempt to come to an agreement to save opening day I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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 Olympics Live: US wins gold, silver in ski slopestyle

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Olympics Live: US wins gold, silver in ski slopestyle

"Up short of the podium on Tuesday morning in Beijing women's snowboard big air it was Austria's Anna Gasser successfully defending her gold medal from Pyeongchang team USA's Hailey Langland rounded out the competition in twelfth place freeski slopestyle Maggie Voisin placed fifth wheel San Francisco eight wing idling earned a silver for team China women's downhill skiing Mikaela Shiffrin had another rough run finishing in eighteenth place over two and a half seconds off the pace and Americans red Gerard and Chris Corning missed the podium in men's snowboard big air I'm Danny cap

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U.S. nabs its first two medals of the 2022 Olympics

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. nabs its first two medals of the 2022 Olympics

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Former UCLA lecturer threatened to 'hunt' female professor

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Former UCLA lecturer threatened to 'hunt' female professor

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New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 4 months ago

New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

"Schools told to keep masks after judge overturns mandate. Yeah, they just do whatever they want. They don't care what judges have to say. They don't care if presidents have to say, we're the ones that follow their stupid rules. They don't even follow the correct rules. New York State education officials told school administrators to continue enforcing the state's mask mandate for students and teachers Tuesday, despite a judge ruling overturning it, causing confusion is some districts rushed to make masks optional. The education department said the state has filed notice that it would appeal Monday's ruling by a judge. Quote, while these legal steps occur, it is the New York State's educational department's position that schools should continue to follow the mass rule, even though the judge has said it's unconstitutional it can't be enforced. They're still going to have mask mandates in schools. We've been experiencing this for quite some time, Republicans are so slow to the game and quite honestly behind the ball. They have not cared what judges say for a long time. They built sanctuary cities in New York and Boston in Portland and San Francisco and Chicago. In open defiance to federal immigration law, despite what judges were saying, they have always looked at the courts as a means to the end, but never, as an interruption to their actual aims or ambitions. Now the story is this is that a New York judge has officially struck down the mask mandate and the appeal hearing is possibly this afternoon. Now, in New York, they have this is NBC New York dot com. They say there's a massive COVID surge and it's too bad for the people of New York. My heart goes out for you. You just have a leadership class that doesn't believe in treatments. So just kind of leaving you out to die. I wish that wasn't the case. New York judge ruled Monday that the state mask mandate can not be enforced after it was reinstituted reinstituted by governor Kathy hochul over concerns about a winter surge of coronavirus cases. The attorney general's office immediately filed an intent to appeal, but acknowledged Tuesday morning that the mandate was for now not in place until a hearing could be held.

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Winter storm whipping East Coast with snow, thunderstorms

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Winter storm whipping East Coast with snow, thunderstorms

"A a dangerous dangerous winter winter storms storms been been bringing bringing significant significant snowfall snowfall strong strong thunderstorms thunderstorms and and blustery blustery winds winds to to the the east east coast coast there's there's a a foot foot of of snow snow forecast forecast for for parts parts of of New New England England New New York York state state Ohio Ohio in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania through through Tuesday Tuesday morning morning forecasters forecasters in in buffalo buffalo New New York York say say the the snow snow is is falling falling fast fast sleet sleet and and rain rain are are the the main main threats threats for for much much of of Massachusetts Massachusetts Connecticut Connecticut and and Rhode Rhode Island Island overnight overnight periods periods of of snow snow fall fall transition transition to to rain rain at at the the National National Weather Weather Service Service in in Boston Boston forecasters forecasters say say wind wind gusts gusts could could reach reach seventy seventy miles miles an an hour hour hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Snow stalls Amtrak in Virginia, with excruciating delays

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Snow stalls Amtrak in Virginia, with excruciating delays

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi are are reporting reporting snow snow stalls stalls Amtrak Amtrak in in Virginia Virginia with with excruciating excruciating delays delays the the winner winner traveling traveling nightmare nightmare that that stalled stalled the the drivers drivers for for over over twenty twenty four four hours hours on on interstate interstate ninety ninety five five in in Virginia Virginia Monday Monday and and Tuesday Tuesday also also wreaked wreaked havoc havoc with with train train travel travel Amtrak's Amtrak's crescent crescent which which left left New New Orleans Orleans Sunday Sunday on on its its way way to to New New York York got got stuck stuck north north of of Lynchburg Lynchburg Virginia Virginia Monday Monday morning morning and and returns returns to to Lynchburg Lynchburg before before heading heading north north again again late late Tuesday Tuesday afternoon afternoon officials officials said said downed downed trees trees had had blocked blocked the the tracks tracks but but in in a a phone phone interview interview early early Tuesday Tuesday passenger passenger Shyam Shyam Thorton Thorton said said toilets toilets on on the the train train were were overflowing overflowing and and passengers passengers were were furious furious Amtrak Amtrak also also reported reported its its New New York York about about Silver Silver Star Star train train which which left left Miami Miami was was stopped stopped at at Richmond Richmond Tuesday Tuesday morning morning and and service service was was canceled canceled on on the the Piedmont Piedmont train train in in North North Carolina Carolina and and the the northbound northbound auto auto train train which which operates operates from from Sanford Sanford Florida Florida to to Lorton Lorton Virginia Virginia hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting

"Prosecutors prosecutors are are charging charging the the Michigan Michigan teen teen accused accused of of killing killing four four students students at at his his high high school school with with murder murder and and terrorism terrorism charges charges fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan crumbly crumbly was was in in court court a a day day after after the the shooting shooting where where a a judge judge ordered ordered him him held held without without bond bond and and transferred transferred to to an an adult adult jail jail facility facility police police told told the the court court crumbly crumbly recorded recorded a a video video of of the the night night before before talking talking about about killing killing students students and and Oakland Oakland county county assistant assistant prosecutor prosecutor mark mark Keast Keast says says he he deliberately deliberately dropping dropping him him down down there there with with the the intent intent to to murder murder is is many many students students as as he he grabbed grabbed prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald calling calling the the shooting shooting a a wake wake up up call call for for new new gun gun laws laws explains explains why why she she filed filed charges charges of of terrorism terrorism all all the the children children who who ran ran screaming screaming hiding hiding under under desks desks what what about about all all the the children children at at home home right right now now who who can't can't eat eat and and can't can't sleep sleep police police say say the the boy's boy's parents parents had had been been called called to to the the school school Tuesday Tuesday morning morning because because of of behavior behavior problems problems and and the the shooting shooting took took place place just just hours hours later later I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The WB AB Tuesday morning news. Brad's been talking about the Canadian Cold front, pushing through everything smells like a dead beaver. Tomorrow. You'll know why we'll talk about the first day of the third special session in Austin and General Milley says it's in his job description all begins at five tomorrow morning. Nicole was the news Brad's forecast. Steve Lab Sports Monte Cook with traffic on the One's Brian and how we'll see you in the morning five. On W B. A P A. It's Rick Roberts. You know, financial strategies. Pretty important thing. You want to make sure you're working with somebody that has your best interest in mind. If you're looking for help with fiduciary investment, wills, trusts, estate planning, tax preparation and planning. Maybe you just need to strategize with an in house attorney. Whatever it happens to be. I want to tell you about trading wealth. Trade in wealth. They lived by the saying, the more you make, the more they make. There are fiduciary. What's called fee only they're paid to simply grow your portfolio and You know, that makes sense. You want somebody with skin in the game. You want somebody that has a vested interest, not simply to sell you a product off the shelf so they can get a commission. That's not what trade in wealth is all about. They're they're They're not a 1 800 number. Um they urge you to come in for a face to face where you can see the same person each time if you want, Um not a different representative. Every time you call 1 800 number. Forget the 1 800 number. I'm talking about someone. Right here locally that has a vested interest in helping you remember, the more you make, the more they make locally in Frisco, Texas. They encourage you to come in for a face to face..

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Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

Start Here

02:10 min | 8 months ago

Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

"Happy tuesday morning and tuesday morning. Of course means it's election day somewhere right. There's a primary election in cuyahoga county ohio. Today there's a special election for a state house seat in iowa. I see you polk county. Let's be honest. The biggest election of the day the one that will directly affect forty million people and perhaps indirectly affect far more. Is the recall election for california governor gavin. Newsom it's a remarkable moment in our nation's history this recalls about catching you while you're sleeping remember. This ballot is a two. the first question is a simple one. Do you think governor gavin. Newsom should be kicked out of his job and if a majority of voters say yes you go to question two which is who besides gavin newsom should take his place then as for. Who's replacing them. I have a thought the end of the day we could be looking at just a governor serving the rest of his term or perhaps one of the most bizarre replacement projects since arnold schwarzenegger was just an actor. Abc's political director. Rick kleinman following this with bated breath so rick know we talked about how california could be his own country. What are the chances that its leader. Gavin newsom actually loses his job today. We'll brightest prospects live a lot better than they did a couple of months ago there was sort of a scare that got shot into the political landscape across california and nationally when a couple of polls came out that suggested that gavin newsom would would have a hard time getting to fifty percent of people saying that he should stay. That's the magic number more than half half the vote for him to stay for him to keep his job. It's different for the replacement candidate but the polls stabilized significantly vocalized with all kinds of energy. That you have here tonight to vote no on this republican recall and i'll tell you democrats in california. They are thrilled with the turnout numbers. They've seen they've seen people showing up about equal to their their share of the population. Which means for a democrat california. You're in pretty good shape so he could take hours beyond tonight or even into the next day or even next week depending on how close it is for all these votes to be counted keeping might every californian got a mail in ballot but gavin. Newsom feels pretty good. And i think that's one reason you saw president biden and a lot of other big guns. Try to make the case for him. Down the stretch

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It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. 20 years ago, our lives changed, a day that will live in infamy, at least for today's current generation. But I heard a stat the other day that just blew my mind. Some of the kids who were killed in Afghanistan towards the end of our occupation there were born after 9 11. They had always lived in a world where we were fighting the Taliban and ISIS and occupying Afghanistan. They didn't know what was like beforehand. Those of us living all remember what happened on that Tuesday morning. And how our lives change and adjusted, and how we all came together for a brief moment. I did a lot of activities with my radio station back then. So I was out and about amongst a lot of people. And we all came together, and now 20 years later, we're further apart than ever before. Somebody said the reason we're all fighting each other right now is we have no common enemy. 20 years ago on a Tuesday we had a common enemy, and now today, the enemies within. For the last 20 years, our lives have changed. How do we go from what we experience then, what we're experiencing now? It may have been a Tuesday, but it feels like a million years ago.

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It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. 20 years ago, our lives changed, a day that will live in infamy, at least for today's current generation. But I heard a stat the other day that just blew my mind. Some of the kids who were killed in Afghanistan towards the end of our occupation there were born after 9 11. They had always lived in a world where we were fighting the Taliban and ISIS and occupying Afghanistan. They didn't know what was like beforehand. Those of us living all remember what happened on that Tuesday morning. And how our lives change and adjusted, and how we all came together for a brief moment. I did a lot of activities with my radio station back then. So I was out and about amongst a lot of people. And we all came together, and now 20 years later, we're further apart than ever before. Somebody said the reason we're all fighting each other right now is we have no common enemy. 20 years ago on a Tuesday we had a common enemy, and now today, the enemies within. For the last 20 years, our lives have changed. How do we go from what we experience then, what we're experiencing now? It may have been a Tuesday, but it feels like a million years ago.

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How 9/11 Unfolded at Aviation Week

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:23 min | 9 months ago

How 9/11 Unfolded at Aviation Week

"Fran tell us about what you saw that day in new york and how you reacted beautiful tuesday morning and i was at home which was about a mile away from the world trade center. And it's a beautiful day. And i was contemplating playing hooky and conjuring up a medical appointment when i got a call from The new york office. Michael stearns who said turn on your tv a plane has just crashed into the world trade center. Well being a pilot and knowing that that midair alley I assumed it was a small plane that had gone into the world trade center only to discover. Of course it was not. We didn't know what was happening at the time b. then joined forces with the washington bureau on telephone conversation and i was eventually dispatched a downtown but how to get downtown. Because subways have closed down. So i walked about a mile to the world trade center. We're hundreds of people had gathered clear. Jay students from nyu friends and family of those who are in the world trade center trying to find out what had happened but not knowing what had happened. Of course the un no longer a reporter An external force Trying to piece together a story but you. You're a victim as well and i had to battle my own personal fears of terror. We did not know what was happening and The one beautiful thing there with that The clergy with comforting people all types of clergy. It was a beautiful moment where there was a lot of love extended to people who totally panicked so now what started with trying to find out factual information which was few and far between the tv tower had gone down in the tax and We were just piecing together various bits of data that were coming in from all over from local authorities from rescue teams From the military from the faa and from Lower manhattan when there was nothing else to do. We walked back to the office which is about three miles to see the world changing. They were armed. Guards national guardsmen with rifle drawn. Their fighter jets flying overhead. And this was no longer the world we knew. Then we're back to the office. We started scrambling to get The factual

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:19 min | 9 months ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Matt Ray because you're busy. Let Mac help you navigate the news of the day and good Tuesday morning. FN continues on the seventh day of September at 34 minutes past the hour and And the US have finds itself in a familiar situation of 40 million plus coronavirus cases, and that is without Labor Day travel, according to data from Johns Hopkins University cases have been on the rise in much of the country. The seven day average of new cases Monday more than 300% higher than Labour Day of last year, and with Millions of traveling, experts say it's likely to lead to even more overcrowded hospitals. One big difference that this year the more transmissible Delta variant. But only 53% of the population is fully vaccinated. 62% of eligible Americans are 60 and just 62% of eligible Americans are Health officials are also monitoring the spread of the Mu variant now since being discovered in Colombia in January, has been found in 49 states. With Nebraska being the only state not to have a mu. Variant case detected. Health officials believe Mu is more transmissible than Delta and has the potential to resist vaccines. Dr Anthony Fauci on the new variants were certainly are aware of the mu variants were keeping a very close eye on it. It is really seen here, but it is not at all even close to being dominant. As you know, the Delta is more than 99% dominant, even though it is not in the essence taken hold to any extent here. We always pay attention to at all times variance. This variant has a constellation of mutations that suggest that it would evade certain antibodies not only monoclonal antibodies, but vaccine in convalescent serum induced anybody's but there isn't a lot of clinical data. To suggest that it is mostly laboratory in vitro data not to downplay it. We take it very seriously. But remember, even when you have variants that do diminished somewhat, the efficacy of the vaccines. The vaccine still are quite effective against variance of that type. Bottom line. We're paying attention to it. We take everything like that seriously, but we don't consider it an immediate threat right now. It's been identified in more than 39 countries, according to the World Health Organization, among them, of course, U. S. South Korea, Japan, Ecuador, Canada and parts of Europe. Meanwhile, five federal courthouses in eastern Michigan fully reopened today for the First time since Covid 19 restrictions were put in place back in March of 2020 lawyers, reporters jurors, Spectators, They'll all be required to answer questions about their health and have their temperature checked at entrances. Masks are required. Employees who haven't been vaccinated will be required to share the results of two weekly tests at their own expense. Well for 1.5 sets Novak Djokovic's fourth round opponent at the US Open. Jensen Brooks B. The last American left in singles gave them fits and then Djokovic did what he does and managed to move within three victories of the first calendar year Grand Slam in men's tennis in 52 years, he settled in and Stared down Brooks B. A couple of times has he improved at 25, an O in majors this year, he extended his pursuit of a true Grand slam and a record breaking 21st major championship while also making this the first time in the history of the U. S Open, an event that dates back to the 18 eighties with No men or women from the host country. In the quarterfinals, however, one U s player did weigh in on Novak's victory. Speak of America tennis Late in the third set, He sends out a tweet We put out on TV. I want you to think about this, You know, Quote from Andy Roddick, somebody you played a lot..

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Hurricane Ida Traps Louisianans, Shatters the Power Grid

TIME's Top Stories

01:22 min | 9 months ago

Hurricane Ida Traps Louisianans, Shatters the Power Grid

"More than a million people across louisiana and mississippi including much of new orleans remained without power on tuesday morning after hurricane ida tour across the coastal states on sunday into monday by monday afternoon. It was clear that new orleans levees would hold sparing the city. The worst of the devastating flooding experienced when hurricane katrina hit exactly sixteen years ago but the damage from the category four hurricane ida one of the most powerful storms to ever hit. The region has been extensive. At least four people have died and ten people have been injured by the storm on monday. Louisiana governor john. Bel edwards said the death toll could grow considerably emergency response teams have fanned out across coastal communities suffering from the dangerous storm surge and subsequent flooding rescuing hundreds of people thousands more remained in shelters and in addition to the widespread power outages. More than three hundred thousand. People were without water as of monday. Official said officials say the damage to louisiana's power grid is so extensive that it could be weeks before. Electricity is fully restored portions of southeast louisiana and mississippi. Now face a heat advisory until five. Pm central time on wednesday and the national weather service warns heat index values could reach up to one hundred five degrees.

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Kathy Hochul Becomes New York’s First Female Governor

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Kathy Hochul Becomes New York’s First Female Governor

"Kathy ogle became the first female governor of New York at the stroke of midnight Tuesday right after Andrew Cuomo left office following his announcement two weeks ago he would resign rather than face a likely impeachment battle the Democrat from western New York was sworn in as governor in a brief private ceremony in Albany overseen by the state's chief judge Hoegel will have a ceremonial swearing in event Tuesday morning at the capital with more pomp than the legally required event during the night she planned to meet with legislative leaders later in the morning and make a public address at three PM Cuomo resigned after an independent investigation by the state Attorney General concluded there was credible evidence he'd sexually harassed at least eleven women he denies the allegations Julie Walker New York

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on KOMO

"Tuesday morning is 23. Minutes after the hour. Kevin Carr is joining us now to tell us about something he's found on Prime video. It's called the Tomorrow war. So, uh, cabin are we in trouble on Wednesday? Well, depends on how far in the future you are looking for trouble. Michael. Good morning. Let's talk about this. It's called the Tomorrow War starts Chris Pratt as a guy who is basically drafted by a future war. These people show up literally dropping out of the sky and say, Hey, in 30 years, aliens attack and we need people to help fight them in the future. And so he ends up traveling through time. To try and fight the aliens and is losing war that there that that threatens to wipe out all of humanity. The movie I'm very conflicted on And here's why, because the science fiction elements are not very good, but when they finally get to the action and the fighting of the aliens and the boots on the ground and the set pieces for the action It's kind of cool. They do some neat things that's exciting to watch. But when it comes to the writing from the science fiction standpoint, it's some pretty Bad sci fi writing. It reminded me in fact, of Starship troopers, except for the time travel thing. I think this is a rip off of Starship troopers, which has nothing to do with time. Travel. Yeah, it does. It is very derivative of Starship troopers or battle Los Angeles or edge of tomorrow is another one. A lot of people compared to with Tom Cruise that one had a time loop. But it is that That thing where you're you're dropping people in an insurmountable war against aliens. It just it does not set itself up well, and the problem with the movie is it keeps Resetting and saying, Hey, we're gonna throw this new concept at you. That doesn't make any sense, even internally within the movie. Um, so it's It's one of those. If you don't think it's not only do you not have to think too much about it if you don't think at all about it. It can be entertaining. But don't try and waste any brain power trying to figure out the time travel in the paradoxes and everything. But even then, if you're if you're looking for Action sci fi piece. It delivers. In that sense, It's just like I said, the writing is not very good. Looked like a lot of cheap green screen work there. The CG looked cheap. It's called the Tomorrow War. It's on prime video. Um, how many green screens do we award the tomorrow War? Kevin? I'm going to give it right down the middle 2.5, because, like I said, while he didn't like the writing, I thought some of the spectacle was fun, and you can just watch it on your own through Amazon. All right. Sounds good. Thank you, Kevin. All right. Thank you. All right. It is July 6th back to work Day, but first, a detour courtesy of first light flashback. 1928. We're in Manhattan for the premiere of the Lights of New York, considered.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Amy on Tuesday morning. People who have the ability to, uh be s their way through a conversation may actually be more intelligent, according to new research. Get a little more on this. We're calling in an expert Bs expert here. That's the first line on my resume, actually, alright, our producer, Scott said way. You saw this story and it is kind of interesting. I guess What? What's fascinating about this is how they came to this conclusion, so they got more than 1000 people in a room. And they were shown 10 different concepts and we're supposed to write each of them 1252 from never heard of it to know the concept very well. Six of the concepts were made up. So you had, like normal things on there, but like sexual selection theory and general relativity, But then they made up things like subjunctive, Scaling declarative declared a fraction I've been meaning to do a segment about genetic autonomy. People know that that was Bs. Well, listen, this are these are very real neural acceptance. Neural obsessed. Yeah. So they had all these things right? And then the ones who Who? Who said Yep, I know those very well, then had to explain those things to a group of people who raided their explanations, right? Uh huh. And the ones who scored a understand that this was what the game was all the Raiders did. I think the Raiders did the people who were doing the who were saying, Oh, yeah, I know it. I know what Declan Declan declarative fraction is I know what that means. No, they didn't know they knew some of them were assurance of them weren't but they didn't know which ones were But the ones who are rating had to rate like Oh, yeah, you like Dave, If I asked you to explain Sub subjunctive scaling, you know, And I thought you did a great job. I give you five Instead of a while, on the first day of 1 to 5 and the people who scored the highest in that category. It's fantastic on all the cognitive tests afterwards, like vocabulary skills, verbal skills. Um, I Q test type stuff. It just makes sense. So the correlation was if you are good at BS Ng You're pretty smart person. You are nimble minded in terms of of, uh, of communicating. Well, who hasn't B s their way through something. Some people can't do it. Some people live clam up and freeze and and our job, Ryan fall on their face. I love this line because because this was me, the the more I B s and s a the better. My great was Wow. Well, did you try the opposite meaning knowing the subject matter? Um, well, I mean, if you ever writing a paper at the last minute I don't I don't understand the whole I don't understand the whole point of trying to make people believe that you know something you don't And and that's why I was asking about. Well, I don't know if it's so much that well, but the methodology and I ask you, you know it. Does this mean that they didn't realize that they were being tricked into And you said, Well, they knew that some of the subjects were RBS. Well, then why would you offer That you know something that you don't if if you know that some of them are not real, you know what I mean it. I think everyone has been in a situation where you want to be a part of the conversation. I mean, maybe not every time. And you just kind of you throw in a couple non secretaries or something that's like, Oh, yeah, I'm well versed in this and I know. Yeah. You can talk yourself into a corner. I think I think That's more of a know it all then a bs or to me, A B s, er is like you're going for a job interview. And they ask you. You know if you were a tree, what would you be? And you give some Bs answer? I would say I'm sorry. I'm taking up your valuable time here. I'm going to go away now or are they saying what is your What is your You know your your worst flaw. I mean this study, though. Was different than what you're describing. I mean, this study took actual things and fake things and people said Oh, yeah, I know what that is. Let me tell you all about genetic autonomy, and they go into a whole explanation of like, Well, you see, there's only one set of genes or whatever you know, and they go on from there, right? Right. We used to play a similar game. We used to play a similar game. This is fun if you get a group of people 46 people. You don't want to do charades. You grab a dictionary and you divide into teams. And then you just pull out some obscure word from the dictionary. And then you have every team member. Give the definition and only one of them is right and the others are made up and then let the other team try to guess who is right. And who is. It's fun. I feel like you'd be really good at that, though, because you know, like every word. Oh, no, he would make up words Possibly alright. The definition of this word is unclear. Scot's thoughts.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"906 on a Tuesday morning. The first ever joint Committee on Racial Equity, civil rights and inclusion is now in the books on Beacon Hill. Data Sharing and information and technology issues are criminal justice issues and the lack of electronic data sharing a big sticking point for Suffolk D. A. Rachel Rollins, as she said some law enforcement agencies lack consistency and sharing data electronically. And saying there's still a lot of work that needs to be done to get there, because right now it's hampering any progress on criminal justice reform. Racial inequities are exacerbated and perpetuated by our lack of a coordinated effort to collect and share the data. We need to identify racial, ethnic, gender and other biases. She went into detail about the time spent from prosecutors transcribing paper documents. And the state as a whole has a long way to go to get that data electronically so they can better analyze any potential biases within the system. Jim McKay, WBC Boston's NewsRadio close, but no cigar at the Westminster Dog show for a couple of local puppies. WBC's match here, ER says it's a big item, though. Off the bucket list for a local woman and sage are two very good girls from Wrentham who just took their talents to the Westminster Dog show When their mom Diane found out that they qualified Herrera. I was so excited Diane and the pups have been working towards this for nine years, and it did not disappoint. It's like Hollywood for the dogs. When I walked into the main arena says, Oh, my gosh, This is amazing. Even more amazing. They didn't succumb to the pressure. I just focused on the drop at hand. My dogs were not distracted at all. Own a placed fourth on the standard agility course in siege to come a nice qualifying ribbon. But most importantly, both dog he's got lots of treats. They deserve it. It was a dream come true, and I had a blast. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio he wants back in Hall of Fame. Kentucky Derby trainer Bob Baffert wants his New York Racing suspension lifted. And he's going to court to get his way. The suspension happened after his horse Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit failed the drug test last month. Baffert claims the horse was using a steroid based ointment to treat a skin condition. The Racing Association says it's now suspended him to protect the integrity of the sport. But Baffert claims he wasn't given any notice and prolonged suspension could put him out of business. Monica Ricks. CBS News Right, It's 908 and ahead of the opening bell on Wall Street, a lot of moving parts to the market, including some records being set yesterday. We check in and what's in store today with Bloomberg business? Here's Charlie Pellet. And here's what's going on. Good morning. By the way, we are looking at a mixed open ahead on Wall Street. But as you say, 2022 minutes to go ahead of that opening bell here, we've got down futures higher by 23 S and P futures up to NASDAQ, though just taking lower retreating from that record, we do have the S and P, though, trading at a record right now we'll see what happens as the Bell opens, just got some new numbers out on retail sales. They did decline in May. After a stimulus related boost in the prior couple of months, it suggests consumers are starting to shift more of their spending to services as the economy reopens..

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"36 on a Tuesday morning from the Museum of the hard to believe Girl scouts across much of the nation can't seem to give their cookies away this year. It's a far cry from the case in Massachusetts, where the scouts are already in Wait'll next year more the Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass says it realized what kind of year 2020 was going to be enacted accordingly and does not have any cookies for you to snap up. Interim CEO Barbara Fortier says they pull that off by basing their projections on the membership. What's interesting is the explosion of online orders. It's up way up on average 9% a year this year was 432%. Above that 432%. The Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass created its own cookie finder, app. Allowing people to find their girls girls in order, and it just skyrocketed. 40 or does say overall sales were down. It will take years, she says. For the Girl Scouts to recover Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio What's in the woods? You might be surprised to find out as researchers get deep in the weeds. They're tracking species. Across America. 12 wildlife cameras set up on the graft in campus of the coming School of Veterinary Medicine spotted a lot of white tailed deer, raccoons, squirrels, and we also were on the top 10 in the country and detection of gray foxes and this attack research assistant professor Chris Whittier says their cameras also caught numerous beavers, otters and muskrats at an own beaver Pond on campus. The national survey had some surprising results, actually urban areas that tended to have the most mammal activities. The top three places in the country in terms of detection are banned. Illinois Baltimore, Maryland In Washington, D C. Wittier says researchers theorize that where there's more people there's more food in garbage, attracting wildlife. Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. We can look at this story any number of ways. But in the end, I think you've got to blame the dog. We have learned that Western Massachusetts officials had to come to the rescue. In the woods of Great Barrington. This weekend hiker fell down a steep embankment in what's being called a terrible fall, and the hiker was only trying to help someone else who was chasing after his loose dog. The injured hiker needed help to get out of the woods but is ultimately going to be okay. As for the dog, nothing, a special treat and a nap won't cure. It's 8 38 off to Wall Street. We go this morning a disappointment for AstraZeneca with a new treatment for coronavirus. We get an update now from Bloomberg business. Here's Charlie Pellet, and it was supposed to be another weapon in treating Covid. But AstraZeneca's antibody cocktail was found to be only 33% effective. In preventing symptoms and people who had already been exposed to the virus, failing the study's main goal and dealing a setback to the drugmaker. The study named Storm chaser looked at whether the long acting antibody combination could protect people who'd already been in contact with the virus in places like nursing homes just got some new numbers on retail sales They declined in May after a stimulus related splurge over the past two months. It does suggest consumers are starting to shift more of their spending to services as the economy reopens. I'm Bloomberg's Charlie Pedal with New England business on WBZ Boston's news radio Big plans for a bang up fourth in the nation's capital details next. It's 8 39.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A Tuesday morning, The Vatican is taking steps to address rampant sexual abuse within the Catholic Church. CBS News correspondent Sabina Castle Franco has more from Rome long expected changes to church law on matters of sexual abuse. Pope Francis says not only minors but also adults can be victimized by priests and will have to answer for these crimes. In addition, late people who hold church office and are responsible for sexual abuse crimes will also be sanctioned. The changes after 14 years of study will come into effect on December 8th the feast of the Immaculate Conception. Sabina Castle, Franco CBS NEWS Rome New coronavirus cases in the United States now routinely average less than 20,000. Today. Those are the lowest daily numbers consistently seen since about this time last year. Meantime, officials in Vietnam Say they've discovered a new virus variants that appears to be a cross between previous mutations found in India and Britain. By the way, the World Health Organization will use letters of the Greek alphabet to now assign names to virus variants. Strain, which led to record setting caseloads and deaths, and India will now be called Delta, while the British version will become known as Alfa. Mother Nature plays us for fools with heavy rain just about every hour of every day this holiday weekend, But even the wet weather can't keep travel starved tourists from hitting up the Cape. Kick off the summer season. WBC's Jim McKay takes a look at a weekend that turned out to be just like the old days. Simply put the cure for cabin fever is getting out of the house. And even with the rainy weather, it was still a big weekend down the Cape seeing things they haven't seen in over a year. 11 o'clock in the morning. I'm Saturday at some restaurant when the North Korea's CEO of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, saying businesses are still telling up their weekend receipts. But they're expecting a big hall even as traditional activities like hitting up the beautiful beaches of Cape Cod were rained out. There were other options and museum had 350 people on Saturday. I think it's been a year and a half since we had that many people in a week. They also saw record bookings for Memorial Day weekend numbers that they usually see for the fourth of July. Jim McKay WBC Boston's news ready at Memorial Day at the Charlestown Navy Yard, where Gold.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Brian Nobles on a Tuesday morning. Good morning, Ryan. Good morning. This report is brought you by ups jobs dot com. We do have one thing locally, sat down sunrise of winding rice on hit a deer. Deer didn't survive the incident. It's still in the roadway. This was just reported. Some found sunrise of winding way Now the freeways look good all around Sacramento. And if you're super commuter headed westbound on I 80 at the Bay Area in short, nothing to slow you down all the way from was sacked to the Bay Bridge Toll plaza. In between. If you're getting off at 6 80 Get into the East Bay. Things look good across Indonesia Bridge right into Concord, Pleasantville in Walnut Creek ups is hiring now, with more than 100,000 new jobs. This season UPS is spot for you ready to earn good money doing essential work join team ups. Why now, you've he asked jobs dot com slash get hired. That's ups jobs dot com slash get hired. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Right sunshine Today with a high of 61 to 65 Tonight will be clear and cold with a low between 32 36 mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of 62 to 66 on Thursday, partly sunny with a high again 62 to 66 I macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. Currently we have 37 degrees in Sacramento here at news 93.1 Cave became. So while we're getting word this morning that vaccines could be rolling up by mid December now and zoom shares. Are down, So we're gonna get some money news right now ahead. Cory at the Bloomberg Business desk. Good morning, Ed. Yeah, Let's talk about Zoom First, Sam. The shares are down more than five present in pre market trade. After the company's third quarter results. Now the analysts are wondering of Zoom's mo mentum, with all the online meetings going on these days can be sustained once life returns to normal..

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On this Tuesday morning the portion of the news has brought to us by Rubino and line wealth partners good morning I'm Nicole Davis here's what's happening again this morning in Washington as protests continue throughout the country president trump later on today planning to sign an executive order on police use of force that's about what it's about it's about justice also let's get the latest from CBS's Stephen Portnoy president will host a law enforcement officials and relatives of those killed by police as he signs the executive order aides say will have three goals encouraging departments to update their use of force standards share information about excessive force complaints and bring social workers along on certain calls but none of those measures would be required of departments as Republicans and Democrats continue working toward a compromise on a police reform law board at board is rather as it's written now the executive order does not touch on the use of chokeholds meantime at five oh one as we deal with the corona virus pandemic health officials have cautioned the need for more resources in black and brown communities as those neighborhoods are being hit disproportionately hard by the virus a new study from the MIT Sloan school shows race could be a major contributing factor in finding out if someone could die from covert nineteen according to the study the average county level death rate from the virus was significantly higher in black communities one of the study's author save us says factors like obesity diabetes and smoking just aren't applicable here as they made sure to put controls in for that instead they say this is indicative of systemic problems like a lack of access to testing facilities doctors or the quality of health insurance offered in New York City this morning police now say they've investigated a shake shack in lower Manhattan after police three police officers trying potentially contaminated milk shakes chief Rodney Harrison this morning saying they've determined there was no criminality by the employees of the shake shack in the sense that it was concerned earlier the milkshakes had been contaminated with some sort of disinfectant officials with the police unions say the officers were working a protest in New York they stopped into the shake shack to eat but not long after that the officers say they noticed their shakes it tasted like bleach they went to the hospital for treatment they weren't seriously hurt check check saying it was horrified by the reports say they're working with police to find out what exactly happened right five oh two black athletes in Major League Baseball releasing a video calling for racial equality WBZ's James Ross's at Fenway Park this morning he joins us live and James red Sox players also involved here yeah that's right so Boston outfielder Jackie Bradley junior joined dozens of his fellow black players in releasing a video called one team for change former red Sox of Mookie Betts was also part of the project where they show support for the black lives matter movement away no longer will.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on WTOP

"Tuesday morning ride news as we head into this day together we have new information here WTOP this Tuesday morning about yesterday stabbing at the Union Station metro stop that left a young man dead the victim is identified as twenty year old Anthony Williams is accused attacker told police she tried to buy drugs from Williams but he refused according to charging documents twenty three year old angel Moses admits swinging the knife it Williams with not stabbing him surveillance video showed her fleeing the scene and ducking into both men's and women's restrooms at Union Station where police found bloody paper towels and blood on the floor the documents say when Moses was arrested she had a bandage to cut on her left hand she's accused of giving the knife to twenty nine year old Edward ever Stein he was found writing a metro train with the kitchen style life in a duffel bag a knife that appear to be covered in blood Michelle bash WTOP news WTOP news John no one oh six in other news this early morning or following a pair of deadly shootings from last night Monday nights here on WTOP this morning the first involved a prince George's county officer fatally shooting a suspect who had apparently struck several vehicles starting in the silver hill area officers found the man on Saint Barnabas road near Winston St to what this is telling police last night they heard a struggle between the suspect and officer followed by loud bangs the suspect was then struck multiple times with the officers weapon the other deadly shooting were following happened around six forty five last evening in southeast Washington at Congress on thirteenth street where a man was apparently found unconscious not breathing after being shot according to a DC police spokesman this morning we'll keep you updated as we get more info on those here on WTOP total seven Tuesday morning the late Morgan Wootten was a sports legend and a longtime basketball coach I had to do method Catholic high school in high it's filled hundreds going to his funeral this week on Monday to honor his life Morgan Wootten who died last week at the age of eighty eight had a lifelong reputation for producing successful college and professional athletes but some of his students also went on to become successful broadcasters so among the hundreds at his funeral there were famous faces he was a man of faith character and integrity CBS sports broadcaster James Brown he never ever stressed winning basketball.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on KOMO

"Tuesday morning and we are in the deep freeze temperatures for most of us in the twenties to right around freezing so widespread icy slippery roadways the main concern here out of the gate for commuters we've also had another shot of snow is scattered one to two inches here from Bellingham all the way into Olympia and the foothills of the cascades still some fresh snow to contend with out there today to eyes this afternoon just in the low to mid thirties in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell the college national football champions of the LSU Tigers they beat Clemson Tigers last night New Orleans forty two twenty five Marshall leave says he's not sure about his future in the NFL after surprised come back to the Seattle Seahawks please check for touchdowns of three games after rejoining the scene with the two super bowls with the sport twice twenty eight twenty three divisional round loss to Green Bay Sunday night men's college basketball Huskies for Oregon state Thursday night pre game starts at seven thirty here on colmobil arts Sanders at your home of the Huskies Cold War news on the way home update and online como afternoon news with Lisa Jaffe and retail sites stay connected stay informed with homeowners one thousand seven ninety seven seven and como news dot com como news site connection old things for doing gold money is six is the husky hoops coaches show with Mike Hopkins and Jodie when Wednesday at seven Thursday night dog house Wednesday edition with bill Schwartz the home of the Huskies komo news this started Walgreens have great deals on the everyday essentials you need right now buy one get one free on hundreds of select vitamins and supplements with card now through February twenty ninth Walgreens trusted since nineteen oh one while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply see store for details who says you have to leave home to go on a great adventure discover new things about your family by hosting a YFU international exchange student visit YFU USA dot org or call eight hundred teenage to learn more and get started on your greatest journey yet what your status updates say what every ounce of your being help update the status of a person and in turn they did the same for you life is calling how far will you go to school get interactive.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Tuesday morning so London as I told you yesterday was a great experience fell in love with this city so romantic it's beautiful at Christmas well my daughter and I decided to head across the English Channel on this train called the Eurostar to Paris yes and you also mentioned that although Paris was nice either love it as much yeah you see Chile there's a language berry in the UK in England they speak English very but the queen's English thing right yeah in Paris they speak French well it could be very intimidating to try to communicate when you have no idea how and I kind of knew what to expect because when I went to Italy it was sort of the same thing yeah hi hello really wasn't feeling it and I could tell almost instantly that while they were great things to see she was not having the fact that she couldn't understand anything so what did you do how do you get around it well we took the train to the train station and then we decided we were gonna hop in an uber right and we're gonna take it over to the Eiffel Tower well the uber driver she didn't speak a lick of English and so I turned to Google translate told yeah knowledge he helping to break down barriers so I said to the woman she street deserted that's how many to the only appeaser longer long delay what a what a French one basically I told that driver this I am sorry I am a ridiculous American who should learn mo languages that distinguish right translate tearing down walls this is not the story a decade ago no but you know Kelly is on the phone Kelly what was this thing that got lost in translation for you so I what is going on my first research trip to Spain and I spoke Italian so I was tired of relying on my end and that combo with the English teacher to get by and I went your library did you find everything in research and women and very nervous and try to explain and sort of apologized for my poor language skills and fellowship and that is not that okay and the library and responded congratulations so I knew I had done something completely wrong and in fact it just said that I was pregnant full so you thought you were saying you're embarrassed but all your exacting well well well well exactly Spanish and Italian or just close enough that you can get yourself into a lot of trouble that's what we're gonna keep Google translate right by right it's the word Sylvian chilly in the.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Tuesday morning November the nineteenth and I guess this is the scifi segment of the program Tony J. powers from fox news joins us now as a study is taking a peek at the future for hibernating astronauts to get all the way to Mars that's interesting interesting I mean how would you like to look real like the movies you know where they put you in the pod and they should be off two days then you're just going on the way and you know I mean I would I would take that for air travel to the states you know knowing just like regular fly yes this is the thing that the European Space Agency is looking to research for this and it is something that you know there there's a couple of universities ones in Munich in the one thousand Frank what our Frankfort it would be doing is they're they're seeing if human hibernation to eight for a trip to a neighboring planet would be possible first of all and second of all how long it would take if you could do that like the benefits I mean they would cut down on that from what they're saying we cut down on the radiation exposure that kind of thing because they would begin a model you know protected pod how would you do this that that the other big question wow that's fascinating stuff though that's the kind of stuff you here overnight here on coast to coast right yeah yeah I feel old George George George Noory yeah all right yeah I always get a kick out of that show you know some of the coalition is a well George the first time I was abducted by aliens it's great so anyway yeah that is that I think show it is it is never boring data and that is for sure okay Tenji powers for fox news thanks a lot thank you seventeen minutes after six o'clock Christina I'm all for it talking about any kind of sleep when it comes to this program one of those okay okay and applied for a little while chick fillet says it's changing the way it donates to charities and that's following several protest and boycott apparently is fox's Jill NATO chick fillet says it's going to be donating money to charities that further its mission of nourishing the potential on every child in twenty twenty the company also says it's no longer going to give money to the fellowship of Christian athletes and the salvation army the chain's been criticized for donating to organizations accused of harboring anti LGBT Q. views in a news release the company says it's going to deepen it's giving to a smaller number of organizations working exclusively in the areas of education homelessness and hunger and they expect to give about thirty two million dollars this coming year chill NATO fox news eighteen after six o'clock range coming down pretty heavy now for your morning commute so do be careful you can give yourself a few extra minutes it's advisable despite her body not being found guilty bare earth fiance has been found guilty of murder Patrick phrasing it's going to spend the rest of his life in prison for the death of Barris the jury reached that verdict yesterday finding him guilty of first degree murder and other counts to phrase he was sentenced to life without parole plus a hundred and fifty six years during the sentencing in our after his conviction judge Scott cells held nothing back as he passed judgment saying quote your actions were vicious senseless without reason or explanation Kelsey spent her last night caring for you you repay that conned a contest by viciously beating her to death after you beat are you burned her body like a piece of trash judge says your crimes deserve the absolute punishment available and that's what he got Paris disappeared on thanksgiving day last year her body was never found a key witness in the case claimed that phrase he beat her to death and then burned her remains about a hundred protesters are believed to be trapped now at the polytechnical university in Hong Kong after police laid siege to the campus three days ago police have been surrounding the campus they've been using water cannons tear gas and heavy vehicles to hold back protesters there city leader Carrie lam said that six hundred people had left the Hong Kong polytechnic campus including two hundred who are under eighteen years of age police arresting anybody who leaves the area of the Hong Kong protests started in June over that controversial bill that would allow extradition to mainland China any demonstrators see the bill us Chinese meddling in Hong Kong's affairs and they're demanding great democracy for the semi autonomous territory so Hong Kong campus see she does continue twenty minutes.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Tuesday morning September third it's back to work and it's back to school Providence public schools will get into that in just a second after we take a look at Dorian it could bring some strong winds and some dangerous surf to us later this week now before Friday night what's left of hurricane Dorian expected to arrive in Rhode Island forecast calling for sunny warm and calm Tuesday a hot Wednesday with some heavy rain a good possibility high winds even a low risk it says for a tornado or a water spout cautioning that most beaches are unguarded after Labor Day the National Weather Service is advising swimmers to watch out for low lying jetties and peers and higher than usual waves a directive from Dorian highly unlikely in southern New England but you never know with these things you know they can say again they can sag in any moment been a rough summer rough summer in Cape Cod. among great white sharks freak tornadoes in new taxes on vacation rentals Cape Cod businesses if at a challenging summer lodging and beach visits the numbers are down on the famous vacation destination one year after the region dealt with two shark attacks including the state's first fatal attack in more than eighty years now they're a bunch of Chuck settings over the weekend it was reported earlier beaches have been closed to swimming for shark sighting so frequently that some news outlets have taken to keeping a running tally at least ninety times by one count by the way officials who took modest steps to prepare for increased shark activity ahead of the season our sighing in relief that there really hasn't been a repeat of last year's attacks lot of sightings repeated sightings but not a repeat of the attacks but this summer also threw a curve ball in the form of three rare tornadoes that touched on July the twenty third they were relatively weak and short lived but powerful enough to rip the roof off a hotel knocking out power to tens of thousands of customers for almost three days there and state officials estimate that those. the Tivoli week twisters did cost three point seven million Bucks in damage so that was strong enough to do that hotel occupancy rates were down more than three percent in June and July compared with the same months last year so sharks tornadoes in taxes that's the in perfect storm for Cape Cod schools are back open.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Everybody handle here it is Tuesday morning August twentieth all right I'm gonna get into politics a little bit there and Elizabeth Warren who has the most mo Jo right now in the democratic run it run for the presidency for a couple of reasons first of all in mainly because she's hitting issues she has a planned she's come up with specific plans and she comes off very excited there's a lot of energy there are she's engaged she's bright she's a communist and put all that together and you've got a mess on your hands my brother who hates Donald Trump actually said to me are we had lunch the other day I would vote for Elizabeth Warren before I would vote for Donald Trump needless medevac I am gonna vote for list with warnings she is the candidate and I said you know she's a push out of business businessman and he said I don't care I don't care it's amazing how eight just exercise everybody is so anyway she was in front she was in New Mexico at an event that dot was in front of a native American group and I tell you she got right to the Pocahontas issue let anyone who's being honest with themselves I know that I've made mistakes I'm sorry for the harm I have caused that one I like I'm sorry for the harm I have cost you only harm herself harm the native American community she made a claim that she was connected to her ancestry which of course had virtually no native American is a minute and that you lose fat for political purposes and even put that down applications even the point when she was a professor this school very proud of the fact that they had a native American release someone of native American ancestry teaching I knew so she sorry for the harm she has cost just to our south going hidden yeah apologize all day long to you and this is I've listened and I've learned a lot and I'm grateful for the many conversations we've had together well the crowd loves her I mean not crowd loves her and they didn't even wait for her to finish I mean she Josh went over the top and out what she did as a political figure and by the way everybody does that hi and I'm not mailing her depends you you have to you you have to go to your audience I mean you have to speak to your audience so if you're in our ally you're not going to talk about the film industry in southern California if you're a southern California you're not gonna talk about growing corn in Iowa if you are in front of a native American group you're not going to talk about the issues that are in South Florida and saving the manatee only two Indians eat manatees I don't even know that it's a question I've always wondered I don't know maybe not no but the big and I know the buffalo or they did eat buffalo no use of buffalo furred the skin probably not the manatee skin anyway so there she is in front of a native American group she hit a home run all right she's dealing just hit it one hundred percent if it turns out that she does get the candidacy and goes against Donald Trump the main thing is are in doubt certainly on a policy issue she's left wing she wants to destroy America as far as Republicans are concerned as far as many of us who aren't and she is I mean she saw out there left wing on a personal level they're sleepy Joe there's Marco there is no small hands mark Ted Cruz whoever the hell is our the only shot dad dad Donald Trump has against her on a personal level is her Pocahontas is her claim that she is American Indies Indian she has some my native American ancestry and based on that show hit right over Donald Trump will attackers she'll say you're absolutely right I did do that it was a huge mistake apologize I apologize for that so what is Donald Trump do at that point is he keep on pushing pushing pushing and at what point she says I got it okay all right I apologize now let's talk about some issues let's talk policy let's talk about what you said and what you didn't do or what you did do and didn't say and I don't know if the president has the ability to do that I don't think the president has the ability to pull back on personal attacks all right coming out medical news without Dr Jim Kinney story that just came out that we did in the news about some the active ingredient Cialis are that in importer broadly and very dangerous stuff I mean people were dying and that now leads to a story about how important drugs are how much we import from China especially rob products and what the terrorists are going to do talk about that when we return this is KFI and there is yes I bought it out all hundreds of motorcycles are filing into a large church in riverside to pay respects to fallen CHP officer KFI is Corbin Carson is reporting live from harvest Christian fellowship where people.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eighties good Tuesday morning I'm Jeff brown thank you for waking up with us here's what's happening Boston police on the job overnight following gunfire in Mattapan WBZ's James Ross is there and joins us now James this happened after an event meant to bring people together good morning good morning yes the shooting took place on a wild wood street off more and we're hearing that a young man was shot in the head around one thirty in the morning their condition unknown now just hours before only about a mile away and all month park members of the community they came out for national night out it's an event that promotes a stronger partnership between police and those who live and work around here photos on social media showing families together smiling mayor Walsh was out here also last night now here back at the multi family building where the shooting took place the entrance blocked by yellow police tape the door wide open an officer parked out front making sure nothing else happens no details yet on what caused this shooting in Mattapan James R. O. hasta view to be easy Boston's newsradio in time investigators in both el Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio continue to look for leads after this weekend's mass shootings that left thirty one dad they're trying to piece together the motives that led to young men to fire on innocent people in crowded public places in el Paso the death toll now has increased to twenty two president trump is trying to get Congress into gear on a bipartisan effort to get tough on guns if we are able to pass great legislation after all of these years we will ensure that those who were attacked will not have died in vain in a nationwide address the president says he'll put more federal money on the table to battle domestic terrorism and recommends putting an end to what he calls the glorification of violence in video games beyond that details few and far between on his plan CBS news correspondent we Jiang says the president is leaving White House officials to fill in the blanks CBS news has learned that before and after the president's speech officials here Matt to draw out a road map to implement what the president outlined but admittedly there very few specifics about what would go into legislative proposals we have also learned that after the president spoke NRA executives called members of the administration to say they were pleased with what they heard president trump is scheduled to visit el Paso tomorrow but some local officials there say he is not welcome five oh two now looking for a bounce back today on Wall Street after U. S. stocks plunged to their worst one day loss of the year investors around the globe scrambled to sell on worries about the worsening trade war with China technology companies and banks bore the brunt of the selling yesterday trying to let its currency dropped to the lowest level against the dollar in more than a decade.

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"tuesday morning" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tuesday morning" Discussed on KOMO

"This Tuesday morning. The sixteenth of April. We've got forty eight mostly cloudy in downtown Seattle. I'm Tom hutler with our top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center and an apparent off. Officer involved shooting near Lacey couples. Frank Lenzi joins me live with more. We just spoke a moment ago with the Thurston county sheriff's office spokesperson, he tells me all he knows is that again there is a report of an officer involved shooting near paragon drive southeast near Marvin road. He is on his way to the scene should be there in a few minutes. I asked him if anybody had been hurt specifically if any law enforcement officers have been heard he said, he just didn't know yet at this time. Again, we are hearing reports of a possible officer involved shooting near Lacey paragon drive southeast near Marvan road. We'll have an update here in the next few minutes on KOMO News Radio. All right. Thanks. Frank lawmakers in the state house passed a Bill designed to prevent mentally ill people facing criminal charges from being warehoused in jail as they wait for treatment. Details from komo's Carleen Johnson. Allows courts to consider outpatient competency restoration for misdemeanors, and even some felonies outpatient treatment and evaluation. So defendants are sitting there in jail sales weeks and weeks waiting for an opening for treatment. There was some opposition though. Oh to an amendment that ended up passing that delineates how much time the court can order defendants to go into inpatient restoration after they've been in an outpatient setting Representative Brad clipper, Republican, I don't like the idea of the legislature taking out of the hands of the judge how much time they were so meant to restore to treatment. I think that's much better left in local control the Olympia and reports.

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