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"twenty eight member" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Standing by Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg Jeff good morning how are you I'm doing well Ken how are you ready yep Friday you got all of Friday's the federal government running out of the very important drug are they not young Rajasthan out of ram disappear that's the Gilead sciences drug that received the emergency use authorization from the food and drug administration for treating covert nineteen patients the drug was originally developed to treat Ebola hospitals now we're worried about their supplies for summer and fall the department of health and Human Services is holding talks with Gilead which is already donated all of the ram to severe it had on hand so I better get busy making s'mores what it sounds like it sounds like it yes as the a final shipment is due to go out June twenty ninth mmhm well what's this backlash going on about facial recognition it's it there's some sort of problem with this in Washington was a problem with that I think a lot of cities but but certainly in Washington DC yeah well some lawmakers now we're starting to think the American civil liberties union has a point when it contends that up Amazon's facial recognition of technology can discriminate the US software falsely match twenty eight members of Congress many of them minorities with mug shots from police files so now some of those lawmakers are working on legislation to regulate how law enforcement that uses facial recognition well it is it is a very very controversial topic and I think a lot of people are not happy with it and not comfortable with it and so what we'll see where that progresses forward big announcement F. one fifty trucks I I could see you tooling around one of those jacks or down Sixth Avenue in New York on your way to work every day I could see that yeah really how bout that I can't with the carrot good luck trying to park it that that's true of Ford redesigned.

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Developing long duration energy storage

The Energy Gang

05:48 min | 2 years ago

Developing long duration energy storage

"What a year it's shaping up to be for. Storage manufacturing has taken a hit and some projects are getting delayed for obvious reasons Our analysts that would mackenzie say that. The coronavirus crisis will trim twenty twenty forecasts for Battery Installations. Globally by almost twenty percent. But they still expect it to be a record year and the projects that caught our eye are not going to get built this year but they do show the strength and resiliency of this market a few examples here. A coal plant in North Dakota is going to be replaced. In part with a one acre battery array that uses a new technology capable of discharging for a hundred and fifty hours. That's more than thirty times longer than a lithium ion batteries. The Electric Utility in Hawaii just awarded contracts for sixteen projects that add up to more than three gigawatt hours of storage and those will replace an oil fired. Coal-fired Power Plant in California Southern California Edison signed contracts for seven hundred seventy megawatts of batteries. Many of them paired with solar projects to replace aging gas plants plus in China more hybrid wind solar and battery plants are starting to emerge and wood. Mackenzie expects rapid growth in batteries within China in the coming years. It's the country will lead Asia. This lead Dan Foley who would McKenzie's head of energy storage to proclaim to our journalist at Green Tech Media The utility energy storage market is blowing through milestones faster than we can report them for example those Sei projects are together worth two hundred megawatts more than the entire twenty nineteen market says Fin Foley. So let's go through these. I think we should focus on the bright shiny objects I. What do we know about this form? Energy Project Catherine mentioned this at the end of a recent show so catherine what is Great River Energy who is form energy and what kind of battery could emerge from. This relationship is a great river. Energy is the largest generation and transmission co-op and what that means is it generates and provides power under long-term contracts to a bunch of member. Co Ops like twenty eight member Co ops and this is how a lot of the COP system is formed in the US where they're small co ops that are often serving rural communities. They are very much about keeping costs low for their customers and customers. Own the CO OPS. They are customer owners but then they sign up for long term agreements with these GMT providers. Because it does save the money in the long run and a lot of these. Gmt providers we've seen have these long term contracts For old coal plants and so great river energy is one of those GM GMT's and they made a decision a while back to shut down coal a coal plant call strip and they have been thinking about. How are we going to backfill it? And what are we going to use to do that? And so they've certainly been deploying a lot of renewables and they just recently entered into this agreement with Form Energy and forum is a start up Led by Matteo Harm. Yo who came out of TUSLA. He was the energy storage guru there yet mingchang. Who's an MIT professor? Who has been really another brains behind storage and Ted Wiley who co-founded Aquaman and energy storage company and there are a couple of other. Mit folks. Billy Woodford and Marco Ferrara and there. It's just a team of incredible minds. Who decided to try to calm at storage by thinking about it it as potentially being able to replace all of these Uncaught non cost effective coal plants and so their technology seeks to be super cheap long-duration Nontoxic something you would find everywhere to be able to you know. Put together a type of a flow battery that could just replace the footprint of any fossil fuel plant so that is their goal. And that's what a great river energy has decided to take a bet on. Let's talk about the tech first and then the rural cooperatives piece second jigger. This is a battery. We don't know much about but they call it an aqueous air battery. What does that mean well? Basically in it uses more abundant materials. Because what you find is as that the metals wondering yeah we'll water but also the metals they're using or quite Easy to find and so it's aluminum zinc magnesium etc right. And so so what you find is that they have this ability to use low-cost materials right and they're able to Store lots of energy so when you think about this ad. Matteo talks about this in his interview The way that Lithium. Ion Batteries work is that you can actually charged quickly and discharged quickly but at the same time basically to charge it as to discharge it. And so what you find. Is that these batteries It's around like sort of being able to constrict the nozzle and only making it one megawatt right because you can imagine that you could make a lithium ion battery that's a hundred megawatts incised but only dispatch one megawatt at a time and then make it last one hundred fifty hours now. The problem with that those. It's a super expensive way to get one hundred fifty hour battery whereas this is a much cheaper way. It's it's similar to sort of Etienne redux batteries and others were the basically have this. The fluid that that holds the charge can be expanded at a very low cost. The fuel cell that converts that fluid into energy that's utilized is the expensive

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Our kids most importantly so we're gonna have an age limit of twenty one or so but will be coming out with something that's very important and very big house impeachment investigators release more transcripts of earlier closed door testimony today even as they prepare to begin open hearings next week where many of the same people be testified CBS's Paul arrays trump continued his attack on the whistleblower who let house Democrats to open the impeachment inquiry so the west so far is a disgrace I the whistle blower because of that should be revealed the president's repeated accusations about the whistle blower prompted the individual's attorney to send a cease and desist letter to the White House warning that as a direct consequence of the president's irresponsible rhetoric and behavior their clients physical safety became a significant concern a California court today granted class action status to an equal pay lawsuits filed by members of the U. S. women's national soccer team I mean all women called up to that team are not covered by the suit which alleges members of the men's soccer team or pay more CDS is bill Rakoff a spokesperson for the players involved in a lawsuit calls a judge's ruling historic and that recognizes the ongoing discrimination by U. S. soccer against women players the federation has not responded to the ruling but it said in the past the differences in pay our contract related not discrimination based all twenty eight members of the U. S. what sued U. S. soccer before successfully defending their World Cup title this year the federal reserve considering incorporating climate change risk in its assessments of financial stability and possibly taking it into account when setting monetary policy I would follow the lead set by other major central banks that are already considering risks from extreme weather higher temperatures are rising sea levels such a fed move might put it at odds with president trump however he announced this week the U. S. will be leaving the Paris climate accord in twelve months time on Wall Street the Dow was up six the nasdaq gained a forty points or just under half percent this is CBS news is the unforgettable.

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U.S. consumer confidence slips in October

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

02:51 min | 3 years ago

U.S. consumer confidence slips in October

"By the way we did get US consumer confidence numbers came out for October okay for the month of October they were expecting one twenty eight member I talked about this yesterday I said expecting one twenty eight even if it goes to one twenty is not going to matter much but anyway it's a one twenty five and nine so what actually went up from the previous month just down below what was anticipated they were expecting one twenty eight we got one twenty five nine nonetheless consumer confidence continues to rise by the way just to put things in perspective the ten years speak for the ten years before president trump they had seen out one hundred handle or consumer confidence so I mean you know I think maybe there was that I think there might have been a month in the nineties during the Obama administration may be two thousand thirteen but anyway just to put it in perspective we're talking about one twenty five year will say one twenty six one twenty six it's insane I mean we're we're not that far only six points away from an all time high again in consumer confidence and by the way this is an October number so that means we're going in just saying we're going into Black Friday with the consumer confidence numbers spendings already been through the roof will get a better idea of our consumer spending for the month of October or Friday we actually get those numbers I believe I'm looking at now no that's coming out tomorrow and it's just a number number okay I thought maybe is going to be okay yeah yeah okay so we're getting our spending numbers coming out for September tomorrow but we're going into Black Friday with a consumer confidence number of a hundred twenty six Schumer spending has been doubly good so all this is very very good just a great number mainstream media is saying U. S. consumer confidence for October comes in at one twenty five expected one twenty eight I'm sure there's a headline out there saying consumer confidence drops Bloomberg even maybe even a Bloomberg number this somewhere out there there's a number in my and I would suspect this says U. S. consumer confidence drops for the month of October I'm sure that's what it says

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"For the hospital in Baltimore according to a statement from his office it was due to complications from longstanding health issues four years ago he had an aortic valve replacement which caused an infection in his knees Cummings a Democrat was a key figure in the trump impeachment inquiry the chairman of the house oversight reform committee had a powerful perch on Capitol Hill because his panel was one of the few with subpoena power that would compel witnesses to testify on issues ranging from wrongdoing at the IRS to what somebody had been doing for president trump and Cummings has been in the middle of some of the fiercest partisan battles on Capitol Hill in recent years CBS is at a key free spent decades in Maryland politics serving in the house for twenty three years a frequent critic of the president ever since and the guys on my block they are at no if the president is making a deal whether he's making making it in his self interest for that of the country house lawmakers today expected to hear from another witness in the trump impeachment inquiry Gordan Sunland CBS's Nancy court as silent is the US ambassador to the European Union typically he wouldn't have jurisdiction over Ukraine policy but in this case he says that the president gave him a special assignment an assignment that was made easier after the former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine Maria von of H. was moved out of the way Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell's told his GOP colleagues to be ready for an impeachment trial of president trump as soon as thanksgiving a significant development today in the battle over brexit life to London CBS's Vicki Barker Britain and the E. you have just announced they've reached a new deal to take Britain out of the European Union on October thirty first here's the issues breaks at negotiator Michel Barnier through an interpreter to finally have a reasonable basis for full withdrawal of United Kingdom fees are much better than a distorted little about the deal still has to be approved by all twenty eight member states including Britain and it's not yet clear if prime minister Boris Johnson has the votes to get this through Gary cargo teachers going on strike this morning turning.

"twenty eight member" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Europeans are also very critical Turkey has the courage now get help from Syrian government forces moving into that area fox assignment and live in London date the European union's twenty eight member states condemning what they call a military attack by Turkey the Dutch foreign minister staff block there say again Sir missional true invaded a neighboring countries and Turkey as every other country height international but after discussions in Brussels the E. U. stopping short of imposing an embargo on sending weapons to techie friends in Germany had pushed that idea of the country said no Dave Simon manner drove his car into a crowd of people outside Britain's parliament last year hoping to kill as many as he could just got life in prison he did not succeed but he did injure three over trump aid to Russia Fiona hill the question next hour the capital by three house committees in the Democrats on going impeachment inquiry the president calls a scam that Democrats claim he violated his oath of office asking you crane to investigate Joe Biden and his son the president claims he was probing corruption in fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington Dave hunter Biden's resigning from the Chinese firm B. H. R. equity investment fund management affective at the end of the month he is also vowing not to work with foreign companies of his father's elected president the decision comes as president trump accuses hunter Biden of them properly benefiting from business deals in Ukraine and China when Joe Biden was vice president the bidens have denied any wrongdoing the president tweeted on Sunday where's hunter he slowly disappeared Dave America's.

"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

"S. soccer federation to be on the right side of history in March twenty eight members of the U. S. women's national team sued the U. S. soccer federation for alleged gender discrimination the suit claims the federation pays the women less than members of the men's national team scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved missile system parts from Russia continue to flow into Turkey despite US objections A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma report the US is threatening sanctions if they continue the Turkish defense ministry says two more cargo planes have landed doesn't feel near the capital Ankara bringing Russian made defense systems components for the fourth day running they were the eighth and ninth planes to arrive since Friday Washington has repeat they won't take a little impose sanctions on the NATO member country and excluded from the F. thirty five stealth fighter jet program if I'm correct does not told it's S. four hundred procurement but Turkey has refused to bow to US pressure sings defense purchase it's a matter of national security I'm Charles to that's my radio news I'm ready to fall les house Democrats are planning a vote to condemn the.

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

"S. soccer federation to be on the right side of history in March twenty eight members of the U. S. women's national team sued the U. S. soccer federation for alleged gender discrimination the suit claims the federation pays the women less than members of the men's national team India's failed attempt to send a spacecraft to the far side of the moon is being reviewed by its space agency the one hundred forty million dollar mission was called off just before lift off early Monday when the agency found a technical snag in the six hundred forty ton fourteen story rocket launcher the agency said it should be able to choose a new lawn state in a couple of days the spacecraft designed for a soft landing on the lunar South Pole and to send the rover to explore water deposits the full details of what went wrong will be available when scientists can access the rocketing give a full analysis if India successful in the soft landing it would be only the fourth country to do so after the U. S. Russia and China a new efforts under way by the trump administration to keep migrants from crossing the southern border if you watch the correspondence sorry we got a report from the White House with the detail the administration is moving to end asylum protections for most central American migrants a new rule expected to go into effect tomorrow says any asylum seekers who first pass through another country will be ineligible for asylum in the US though there will be exceptions such as for migrants who been trafficked corporate losses refugees can request asylum here regardless of how they arrive also with exceptions the administration's new policy will almost certainly face legal challenges as have it's really bids to send asylum seekers back over the border and keep some detained while their cases play out soccer mad Donnie at the White House radio news I'm for the four freshmen Democrats president trump tweeted should go back to where they came from are fighting back Michigan congressman rishi to to leave says trumps attack as an effort to distract from his immigration.

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Vietnam, EU sign landmark free trade deal

Purity Products

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Vietnam, EU sign landmark free trade deal

"Vietnam and the European Union signed a free trade agreement today opening opportunities to further boost trade between the euro bloc and a lot of southeast Asia's biggest manufacturing nations the agreement will eliminate almost all tariffs for goods traded between Vietnam and the European union's twenty eight member countries once the bill takes effect the you will have to eighty five percent of US tariffs on Japanese on actually Vietnamese

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What do the European election results tell us abou politics?

Ben Shapiro

10:20 min | 3 years ago

What do the European election results tell us abou politics?

"We begin at this hour. However, with the results from the EU elections. I know you're saying what do I care about the elections? The EU man. What do I care over there? We're over here. Well, it does have some pretty significant ramifications, not only for foreign policy in the United States, but also it goes to sort of mentality of a lot of folks in the west right now, so called populist, nationalist movement, that has been burgeoning across Europe, and the United States is on the move these elections show, it again, according to the Associated Press Francis president and the leader of Italy's eurosceptic far-right movement jock. For the role of chief powerbroker on the continent on Monday after elections to the European parliament hollowed out the traditional polling middle after four days of balloting that drew to a close Sunday across the European Union's twenty eight countries ended the domination of the main center, right? And center left parties in parliament and established the anti forces on the right and the environmentalists on left as forces to be reckoned with the center, right? And center left had basically agreed on open, immigration and free trade. Those were sort of the basic premises of the centre-right, and central now I think most people still agree on free-trade, although there are folks on the environmentalists left who do not. But I think what's happened here is that people basically on the on the far-right, meaning the nonsense righty, just regular. Right. And the have decided that they are tired of taking orders from people in Brussels people. They did not vote for bureaucrats that are elected. We'll get to decide how they do their business, and they've also decided that they are tired of not being in control of their own borders. When it comes to immigration. One of the things about being a member of the EU. Is that if somebody enters Germany, as an immigrant, they can then move anywhere inside the EU and a lot of folks are getting uptight with this. And I think for some pretty good reasons, voters delivered the highest turnout in twenty years, rejecting mainstream politics in France, Germany, Britain, and Italy, the results could make the business of governing Europe, even trickier, leaving the parliament deadlock issues to come including immigration, a major trade agreement with the United States, global warming regulation of the tech industry. And of course, Brexit, there's been a lot of talk about the EU regulating, top-down environmentalism the far left is picked up points there. But so has the far right. Which, basically says no, we're done with this. We're not going to cram down on ourselves, all sorts of environmental regulations that make our lives worse, while the chief polluters on planet earth are outside of Europe. The outcome of the election is already setting off power struggles in France. President Emmanuel Macron's party narrowly lost the French far-right led by marine Le Pen, Macron's party was poised to secure twenty one seats to twenty two for men's national rally. Spent Monday busily amassing allies ahead of a summit Tuesday in Brussels, hoping to build a durable coalition. Now it's worthwhile. Noting here. What was originally designed to do? The EU was originally designed for a couple of purposes. The European Commonwealth, it was designed number one to have an integrated market, which most people still agree with. But number two, it was designed effectively to keep Germany down to integrate Europe for future security threats end to integrate Europe against the threat to the east, namely, the Soviet Union. Well, Soviet Union no longer exists. And a lot of countries are saying no, the chief threat right now is not coming from any external power, the chief threat right now is coming from those bureaucrats in Brussels, who wants to run our lives in Italy. That is how beanies right-wing party won a third of the country's vote. They're poised to become the biggest parties in European parliament with twenty eight seats in the seven hundred fifty one legislature by midday Salvini had already spoken to lapenne Hungary's, hardline, anti-immigrant, Prime Minister, Viktor, Orban, and Brexit leader. Nigel Farraj and was promising to singlehandedly bring together, an international group of nationalists. The centre-right European People's Party, the central of socialists and Democrats dominated parliament, but they are getting creamed. They're getting creamed in these polls writing what they called Europe's. Green wave environmentalist parties taking action on climate change, did make strong gains, particularly in Germany, where you would figure a lot of Angela Merkel's voters have been moving to the left, basically everything is becoming polarized has gone can fin is one of the leading candidates from parties in the future majority of European parliament goes thrust without question there isn't one without us in Germany, Anglo, Merckel, centre-right movement, also lost ground. A subdued EP candidate emend for Weber said, we're facing shrinking center from now on those who want to have a strong European Union. Have to join forces. Real power. In Europe remains in the hands of the twenty eight Member States parliaments influences grown they've helped improve air flight safety, and you're up they've cut down on plastics use. They've basically regulated enormous number of different industries inside of Europe. And a lot of nations are saying, I don't want Anglo-American deciding for Britain. What exactly are immigration policy ought to be Anglo Merckel is very upset about all of this, obviously, she says dark forces at play here. But the reality is that she helped break apart that centre-right centre-left coalition that has been governing European politics for very long time. Germany has been hesitant to report the rise in crime levels. Thanks to increased migration in Germany, but those increased tram levels have been taking place. The same has been true of anti-semitism in Europe, folks on the left wished to pretend that anti-semitism in Europe is purely in effect of the far right? Neo Nazi parties, which are indubitably and have always been disgusting and horrify, but it is important to note that when it comes to anti-semitism across Europe is from attic rise is in large part due to the increase in the number of Muslim refugees being taken from the Middle East. Now they're the only country that has refused to join your reporting on this, basically, as Germany. So Germany keeps saying that all of the violence in Germany directed against Jews is being directed by the far right? However, it is important to note that a lot of the statistics that they cite do not include a huge majority of the incidents as politically motivated. So, for example, there's a research and information center for anti-semitism report that came out last year, and it's that there is an increase in anti semitic offenses in two thousand eighteen over a thousand in Berlin alone. They according to the study, most incidents had no apparent political motive forty nine percents of cases had no traceable motive in politically motivated cases right wing extremism was identified as the main motive followed by activists hostile toward the state of Israel, which would be nine percent. So eighteen percents for white wing extremism nine percent for activists hostile toward the state of Israel Islamic motive was only identified in two percents of the cases. But again, that is leaving more than half of all these incidents off the board. So we just don't really know in those particular cases, and if Germany were to follow the broader patterns in Europe, it would suggest that it is anti semitism, that has led to this massive uptick. There's a report from the European Union agency for fundamental rights back last year. James, Kirk reported for tablet magazine, it found that much of the upswing is predominantly, Muslim and origin. According to the findings are dispiriting it confirmed. What many? No, but he will say that European anti-semitism is predominantly Muslim origin, followed in close, second by the left wing variety. According to respondents who experience some form events Medicare aspens in the past five years. Thirty percents of the perpetrators are Muslim twenty one percent where people espousing left wing view, that would be a majority only thirteen percents, expressed a right wing view. A third of respondents in Europe, where Jewish say that they no longer feel safe there as using are considering emigrating left-wingers responsible for a full quarter of anti semitic harassment in the United Kingdom kingdom, that is more than twice that of right-wingers and exceeded only by those views, or religious background, the victims could not describe in Germany, where the absorption of over one million mostly Muslim immigrants has propelled, the nationalist alternative for Deutsche lend into becoming the country's third largest political party, sparking fears of a right-wing revival forty one percent of the perpetrators were reported to be Muslim just twenty percent right wing. So something is getting hidden here something is getting hit in here really. The German government is reporting as they did today that eighty nine percents of all anti semitic incidents were traceable to the far-right. But this survey from the EU is finding that forty one percents of perpetrators of anti-semitic harassment were reported to be Muslim in Germany and just twenty percent right wing. That's a massive massive discrepancy suggest that perhaps the government of Germany is not being honest about its districts. The reason all this is important is because if you want to acknowledge, what exactly is happening. In europe. You have to acknowledge that taking invest swabs of people without any move toward assimilating, those people or figuring out, whether those folks agree with western values, that's going to be a problem. Any place you do. This is going to be a problem. It doesn't matter any prevailing culture, or a bunch of folks from the non-privileged culture who oppose the values the prevailing culture, enter that will create cultural conflict, and it doesn't matter. Which cultures you're talking about. And this is not to suggest that Muslims can't be great citizens of Europe or the United States at all. They can be. But if you were taking invest, unvetted, Muslim migration from areas of the world that have no history of western values are really shocked when vast one of those people are not simulating in that has some problems with it. This is I think what is driving people nuts in Europe. And in the United States this notion. The can't be protective of your country's culture by asking that folks assimilate. And then if you do that, you are some sort of racist that you are some sort of bigot. It's really despicable. And that's what the left is the center has done to the center has been doing this in Europe. And that's why more people are moving away from the centre. They're saying if we cannot say that we want immigrants who come into our countries to be vetted, so that they believe in our system, or willing to change to believe in our system. Then why exactly would listen to you or bringing in a lot of these folks without regard for that, again, multi-culturalism is such a fail in Europe that even angle miracle, and David Cameron have suggested multi-culturalism was a fail. The same England who brought a million Muslim refugees from the Middle East is suggested that multi-culturalism is a giant fail because it is. And yet, the political class, in Europe refuses to acknowledge the multi-culturalism is a fail because the alternative would be to call for assimilation or too slow immigration. It'd be more picky about immigration. And a lot of folks in European Europe, chattering classes, don't want to do that, not really sympathy reasons but because many of the countries of Europe rely on new immigrants. In order to provide the labor base for what's happening in Europe Europe has an incredibly slow growth rate. Thanks to lower birth rates. It's not a wonder that people in Europe are polarizing on these

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 EU divided over top jobs after polls redraw political map

BBC World Service

01:38 min | 3 years ago

EU divided over top jobs after polls redraw political map

"The leaders of all twenty eight EU countries do together in Belgium today to thrash out who gets the top jobs in Brussels, that include the president of the Oregonian commission and the presidencies of your paean council and parliament is Gareth Bono. It's the dust settles on one election Europe is preparing for another over an informal dinner on cheese day night, the full process of appointing the top jobs in the European Union, fresh in the minds of the leaders of the twenty eight Member, States will be the weekend's elections, which left the European Parliament's to digital parties of the centre right in the center left. We can inserting rance's voters across Europe, steadily reject the status quo. The question for politicians in Brussels will be whether they too fancy radically change or safe, insecure, leadership, speaking in Berlin. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel Kupfer decision to be made quickly does Miklaszewski we want to find a solution as soon as possible as the European parliament will meet at the beginning of July and it would be good if we have a proposal from the European Council. So the positions can be filled quickly after that, John. Fluid young Donald tusk Athena, the full front, the us efforts to deal with Brexit. A shop irony behalf to the British Prime Minister Theresa may. He's leaving office herself. We part of the process to appoint their successes. The announcements are expected in gene and law. The physical geography of the European Union remains the same Fennell the political landscape will change once

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Heavy losses with conservatives heading for less than ten percent of the vote, the BBC, adding that the Brexit party leader, Nigel Farrage said the two main parties could learn a big message for the results all twenty eight Member, States are conducting these elections, according to early results the center, right? As said, left blocks in eastern, European parliament, have lost ground. That's because of a surge of support for so-called eurosceptic parties South Dakota is asking for federal emergency declaration, that would include forty six million dollars to repair homes, businesses and infrastructure destroyed by extreme weather and spring floods along several rivers South Dakota is asking for federal emergency declaration, that would include forty six million dollars to repair homes, businesses and infrastructure destroyed by extreme winter weather, and spring floods along several rivers governor Christie gnome sent a letter. To President Donald Trump this week requesting the recovery funds, Lynn kimbro with the Federal Emergency Management agency says Representative spent several weeks in South Dakota this month, creating a preliminary assessment everything from putting monetary estimate on the.

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Headed for less than ten percent of the vote, the BBC adding that the Brexit party leader, Nigel Farrage said the two main parties could learn a big message. For the results all twenty eight Member, States are conducting these elections. According to early results the main center, right has said a left blocks in eastern European parliament of lost ground S, because of a surge of support for so-called eurosceptic parties South Dakota is asking for federal emergency declaration, that would include Forty-six million dollars to repair homes, businesses and infrastructure destroyed by extreme weather and spring floods along several rivers South Dakota is asking for federal emergency declaration, that would include forty six million dollars to repair homes, businesses and infrastructure destroyed by extreme winter weather, and spring floods along several rivers governor Christie gnome sent a letter to President Donald Trump this week requesting the recovery funds Lynn kimbro with the Federal Emergency Management agency says Representative spent several weeks in South Dakota this month, creating a preliminary assessment everything from.

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Europe's changing political landscape

FT News

10:15 min | 3 years ago

Europe's changing political landscape

"Voters, go to the polls over the next three days to select members of the European parliament in Strasbourg members of our Brussels bureau, discuss why these elections matter, and how they are likely to affect the upcoming appointment of senior officials. It's does day, which means the first voters in the Netherlands, UK are heading off to the ballot boxes. And we must be having votes across the twenty eight Member States for the next three days and on Sunday, we'll get the results. Alex, jim. What are we expecting tappan on Sunday? How is this all going to work, this vast Eurovision type exercise of democracy? It is fast. It's across so many countries, so many political cultures that it will take quite a long time, actually for the results to shake out even after the results come in a lot of these political alliances that we have in Europe, the center ride the centre-left, the liberals, the greens, the conservatives to the right of that the far-left all projects emotion. So they'll keep home trying to build alliances steel parties in the weeks after the election to so we weren't necessarily get a clear snapshot, but you'll have. An idea on the night of a what's happened to the mainstream of pro. European politics, since director, elections, started in nineteen seventy nine there's roughly bean a majority for the center. Right. And center, left combined pro EU parties used to make up roughly, seventy five percents of the parliament, this time at least is that into shrink to a degree that makes it much more difficult for the center to operate in Brussels, is the first question. Secondly. Is that going to be because populist anti EU parties have done a little better could we end up in a situation where France Italy? Poland the UK have the top parties as either very euro skeptic, all all-star to the entire project. And how does the EU deal with that? Those are the two main things and. And it feeds into this massive haggle, we're going to start in the immediate aftermath to fill all top EU jobs that are becoming vacant this year. Kim, we have had weeks and weeks of projections and forecasts from national countries about polling. Do we already have a sense of who the big winners will be on the night, regardless of some of the nuances of the margins? We can tell the people who are going to be celebrating on Sunday night already, as one of the things this fascinating unique about the European elections. Is that we can see straightaway how individual parties have done on the nights? But then these unusual parties have to find a way to fit into political groups political families within the politics self, and that's going to be a convicting exercise with obese a highly going on. But we will clearly have some national winners newses unbutton includes when Europe's most prominent politicians, one of the things will discover on Sunday is, whether you're probably Kamar, political party and president of annual Macron has finished. First place or whether it's the fall Russell on us. United Marie lapenne those finished in first place. That's an issue, which has ramifications for the formation of the European parliament. And what happens in the coming years of you policy-making, but it also has really big domestic front vacations for my crime FRANZ. I mean Jared just from Boise in the polling so far. We know we're gonna have situation where we're going to have more fragmented parliament where both the main center left group associates Democrats on the made center, right? Group, you're People's Party are going to be in a weakened position compared to now. The question is how we can under who is really good to be the one who reads the benefits can maybe going to the UK, it seems like for is probably going to emerge victorious. Whatever happens given the sort of bounce storming need. He has, but they could be some smaller winners like the lib Dem's who sort of come out of nowhere an identity. And I guess, in terms of the parliament, they will help out people like I knew Macron, because they'll say in his group despite the French president's sort of reluctance to keeping the Brits in. So there's elements. Surprises here. What are the sort of blacks meant could we foresee? What if you look at the polling at the moment, it's been reasonably steady because it's a massive aggregates of lots of political battles going on the EP are ahead this, the centre-right group, but not by much. The social democrat group sent to left has benefited from the u k still taking part, they get a lot of labor MP's that making ground in countries like Spain that coming closer to the EP. It's within something like twenty seats and if they can do a little bit better. They could complex to knocking the EP off the top spot, which they've held since nine thousand nine the liberals are expanding Emmanuel Macron, the French president is planning to make some kind of a lion's with them to maybe change the name change look at the potty up put like a hundred seats and then you have a lot of snow. Smaller groups in the mid tier, the published led group of conservatives, the greens, the fall left in the forty to sixty range, and then you've got two more far right groups, which may be in the fifty range or plus now if you look at old past European elections, and what happens between the polling and the results will tends to happen is governed parties to worse-than-expected than in the polls, smaller parties do better than expected. The centre-left do worse than expected, and the populace do better, the anti EU parties do better. So feed that in and actually I think you see kind of bunching of all the groups with probably the EP still there'll thereabouts is the top party, which is the first take away from this as they move into this kind of discussion about what happens with the jobs. Why does the cultivation of the parliament matter? For the jobs for somebody on the outside. How does this get divvied up on the first one and the probably the one all looking as European Commission? President job is up person gained emerged from some of the four or five spits and candidates. We've seen already. Situation where among different political groups in the parliament has not actually any agreement of wall process should be used to appoint the president of the European Commission. We have a situation where the sense right, the European People's policy has thrown his weight behind this system called the lead candidate Spitz and conduct system where basically that group has champion candidate in this case selection. It suggestions Manfred. Vaber veiled, perspective, new cushion, president the socialists and Democrats, they've also bought into that system, there need candidate is France Timmermans, but other political groups in the parliament are much less keen on national leaders in the European Union who are the ones who coast, chiefly should go and find a candidate B commission president, that also opposed to this will all need to be reviewed in the light of the results. And what happened already on Monday when political leaders in the parliament meet and pour over this and basically, in a way mount vaber in fronts. Tunes face will be decided at the ballot box. But also at that meeting on Monday, so on keys. Okay. We have a day with will meet in the morning, and the European Council would meet in the evening. Is that the day when we actually will get some clarity or is this actually good drag on for a long, while yet, maybe we'll get a stalemate other African define that as clarity, but you could have a situation where enough of the political parties, a stand up and say, look, we're not fighting anyone put a spits in Candida. So maybe you could have the center right the center, left the greens, and that's enough over block to make sure that you couldn't nominate someone else who didn't run as a lead candidate in this election because they wouldn't be able to get a majority in the parliament's going to blocking minority simile on the European Council side, you could have eight ten twelve leaders who say enough of this within into this S and Canada idea. We don't like Manfred vaber all fronts Timmermans will have a merges in that top spot, and we're unwilling to do so you can have a situation where the two institutions. That have kind of equal Sade some degree in who, eventually emerges the leaders are supposed to nominate some on the parliament approve, but it could be in a situation that birthday look with stuck with a blocking minority that we can't bring together, and that could mean we're in for a much longer process than people think the, the hopes of getting a whole package together in June might be a little bit to Optimus tick, or you could be in a situation where they look and think, well going to block you minority in parliament, but they can't get a majority for this bits and confidante and the spits dot com. Get a majority in the cancel, so maybe we need to move on. And that's the real test of those couple of days, a lot spends on how those two main maltings before those two main political families performing the election, right? I mean, that's in a way, the simplicity of the system is really helpful particularly well even if they finish the largest group thought does automatically Herdman favors legitimacy. It makes it harder for DP as. A political lines to assert, the commission president and determine socialists, really at some say, I mean, should case, the democratic exercise while the vote is due on Sunday. Really does not coming to put you both on the spot, Jim who's your candidate? Who's your name for the European Commission? President. What's your hunch, Christine ago onyx I think marketer might make it. Okay. So two candidates nor promise permission to candidates. None of whom are running formally or informally for this job have been called by the F T in all honesty. The truth is that woman, and we barely ever had a Dutch. Gone gone. Rogue names, but the truth probably is the most people around this town, asking the same question and coming up with five or six differences. We don't really know yet.

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San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology

Political Breakdown

08:45 min | 3 years ago

San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology

"This week. The San Francisco board of supervisors voted to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other city agencies. The stop secret surveillance ordinance was introduced by Erin Peskine. He says the technology is inaccurate and invasive last year, the American Civil Liberties union tested, Amazon's facial recognition product and found that twenty eight members of congress were incorrectly identified mostly people of color. Supporters say the technology will have fight crime, but opponents call it and overreach here now to discuss this are Jennifer Lynch surveillance, litigation director for the electric frontier foundation and Tricia Sadan city hall reporter for the San Francisco, Chronicle nice to see you both, Jennifer, first of all, can you explain how facial recognition works? How do you go from, for example, a camera at a separate station to having that technology? Identify you. Sure, while so face recognition uses an algorithm to. Measure various aspects of your face and compare that to faces and face templates that are already in a database and based on the percentage of, of similarity between your face. The face of the database, the face recognition system will identify you as a person in the database or not, and given where we are today society. There are cameras everywhere, so Tricia. What was Saffire CISCO's new ordinance do? Exactly, yes. There's really two aspects to this law. So the first one on that supervisor earn Peskine had proposed with that, it would just not allow our city agencies to use facial recognition technology. So it's important to note that SAP says that they don't currently use the technology, but this would bar them from acquiring it in the future. And then the second aspect of the law that hasn't gotten as much attention as yet right ban. Is that the under this ordinance the our city departments will now have to disclose exactly? What's our technology? They are using. And that can be anything from license plate readers to body cameras or anything like that. And they would also have to get approval from the board of supervisors right for venture surveillance technology purchases. Right. So I would have to once disclose everything that they're using the border, supervisors can look at that. And, you know, in theory, if they don't like what they see on one of them, they can go, and then prohibit them from using it in the future, and any sort of any future technologies that they do want to acquire you're correct. They need to they need to get approval and Jennifer, as Trish just mentioned, this Cisco police department and the sheriff's department say they don't use facial recognition technology. So why the need for a ban at this point? Why do you support it? Well, I think we're right at the cusp of same face recognition rolled out in law enforcement agencies across the country were already saying that being used up in Oregon systems have been purchased in Detroit and Chicago and New York. So we're right at a point where we really need to sort of lay down a Mark and say, we're not going to allow police departments to even acquire this technology because we shouldn't be experimenting on our citizens in the United States to see if this technology, even works we already know how it's being applied in other countries like China, and we don't want that to happen here and let me understand this as well. Because even let's say, for example, San Francisco police department doesn't use technology but could they partner with a third party like say Amazon, for example, to somehow still able to have access to facial recognition well under the way that we're currently written? No they can't partner with Amazon. They can't acquire the face recognition through a third party. The only sort of loophole in the in the ordinance would be if they somehow received face recognition identification from another source without going out and seeking access to that. And how accurate is this technology Trish? Well, that's, that's the question is, we don't exactly know, yet, like the report that you'd mentioned before were with the had put out where it misidentified twenty members of congress. I mean that does bring into question you know, it's obviously an emerging technology in wash. Should we put in the hands of our law enforcement? But then you hear the other side where you don't really hear anyone saying this is this is the solution in this is the perfect thing that we should be using. But you hear people who were against it outright ban being, we'll why don't we just create a framework around how it's us instead of just banning it altogether. Because in some cases, it could be useful crime solving tool if it's uses a supplement rather than the only thing I think the problem with that, though, is that we already know that face recognition doesn't perform, as well, people of color, and women. And so if you're talking about a criminal Justice system, that disproportionately impacts people of color, where mugshot databases are made up disproportionately with African Americans. And they are targeted by law enforcement more frequently than other racism episodes, face recognition is going to have a disproportionate impact, and will miss identify people for crime. So I think it's a real, but yeah police departments. Like Detroit, New York. Right. And they say we should this technology with the utmost care and caution. And we do believe that we don't use just the technology itself. There's human intervention involved to make sure that this is used properly does that give you comfort. No, it really doesn't because we know that humans misidentified people who they don't know at even higher rates than face recognition technology. So I think a lot of people think, well, if I just had an officer look at the image verify the image after the fact that will sort of negate any misidentification through the technology, but that just doesn't happen. What happens is the officer identification reinforces the misidentification that occurs through the technology so Trish. Do we know how many law enforcement agencies nationally are using this technology right now? I don't know if there's a definitive list, but there, definitely are some examples. So Orlando, for example, has they've used it in some capacity Dallas as well. And then one of the first law enforcement agency to use Amazon's fish recognition technology was Washington county, I'm in Oregon, and they also there Cherif had come out with a statement saying that we don't use this as only form of identification. We also must have a human human intervention, as well cases where it has been used effectively to. So there was one, high provoke casing, the terrible capital, capital gazette shooting in, in Maryland at a newspaper there, where police were having trouble identifying the suspect the regular means such as fingerprints than they did. They're able to use a federal database to be able to match with the with the suspect and then they're able to successfully apprehend. The suspect in that case in there have also been misidentification Serra just had a pretty. Terrible misidentification Sri Lanka bombings, where Brown University student was misidentified through face recognition, and then her picture was put out on social media, and she was targeted by people all around the world as being one of the bombers, let me ask you this. We live in a digital age where massive data. Breaches seem to be happening, more and more places like Facebook, for example, and other big tech companies the for many people when you talk about facial recognition seems to hit a nerve, that's different from those scenarios, even though we're still talking about personal data here. What do you think? That's the case, Jennifer. Well, I think face recognition is different because we are faces are exposed whenever we're out in public, whenever we're talking to anybody. It's very unusual for somebody to cover up their face, and it's very difficult to change your face. So if your face ends up in a in a database, it's very different from having a driver's license, number or credit card number social security number. Taken as part of a high security breach. You can change all of those numbers, but you can't change your face. Very and I think there's also more of an emotional appeal to it and it's easier to wrap your head around the idea of your face being used in, in certain ways rather than like biometric data or, you know, things that you click on the internet, like, it's, it's much easier to them the idea of having your face at their rather than other parts of yourself. Yeah. We know that federal lawmakers are not paying attention to. There's a house oversight committee on this meeting on this next week. So thank you both through being here. Jennifer Lynch electric frontier foundation. Also, Trish, the Donnie with the San Francisco

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Join US April fourteenth, south bend Buddha. Judge saying on Twitter. That's when he is planning to make a special announcement, many are now earn tipping that he will announce his official candidacy for president in two thousand twenty those close to the Russia investigation say the report is more damaging to President Trump than attorney general Bill bar lead on FOX's John decker seven estimators from the special counsel probe. Have reportedly told associates that attorney general Bill bar failed to adequately portray the findings of their inquiry. The New York Times reports that according to those lawyers Muller's report was far more troubling for President Trump than Barr indicated are has said he will release the nearly four hundred page report by mid April. But needs time to redact confidential information at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. The gravesites of president Gerald Ford and his wife were vandalized at his presidential library and museum in Grand Rapids. Michigan would like to see some Justice. Fail. Here museum director, Joe Westfall. President Ford died in two thousand six his wife Betty died. Five years later. Vice president Pence is coming home to Indiana today to talk about the US Mexico Canada agreement in Lebanon, his speech yesterday in DC was a stern one to NATO members to pay their fair share twenty three of the twenty eight member nations were still not paying what they should be paying what they're supposed to be paying for our common. Defense has president said then this is not fair to the American people or to the United States of America. Penn says NATO's greatest challenges the rise of Chinese influence around the world. Governor Holcomb has signed a hate crime Bill. Eric Berman reports said earlier this week the Bill chiefs his goal of ensuring hate crimes are treated with the proper seriousness. Judges for the first time in the history of the state of Indiana will have clear thord to enhance the sentence. If someone is targeted for certain characteristic or trait fill in the blank, we can continue to discuss other traits and characteristics. But this is a joint. Norma step forward. Democrats.

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Bag ban is scheduled to take effect today. In Salem, Oregon in a place, like Los Angeles, for example, you can still get plastic bags for your groceries, but they're the thicker, kind not those flimsy easily torn ones will in Salem, Oregon. They have a ban going into effect today that says no plastic bags at all at large retailers. Bring your own reusable ones or get a paper bag the ban impact stores larger than ten thousand square feet until September one smaller stores will have to comply as well. There will be exceptions like putting prepared foods in plastic. More than a dozen other cities in Oregon have already approved similar rules and lawmakers are considering plastic bag and straw bands. For the entire state. Jessica rosenthal. Fox News could be time for a change. European lawmakers are voting to abolish changing the continents clocks, just like the US the European Union's. Twenty eight Member States old news that clocks forward fired our spring back again in the autumn, but perhaps not for long. The European parliament voting to scrap the changes beginning in twenty twenty one apartment reports say the practice, no longer brings any energy savings, and may even bring health benefits at opinion survey found strong public support than become cheese will now be consulted, Simon Owen, Fox News in Venezuela. A new thirty day plan to ration electricity. President Madero making the announcement Sunday as nationwide power outages continue also cutting off the water supply and communication sometimes for days at a time. He's blaming a US led sabotage for the power cuts, but presents no evidence. President Madero also warning against any unrest in reaction to the blackouts. There were scattered protests following a call by opposition leader, one Guido who says years of government, neglect and corruption has left the electrical grid in shambles..

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Authorities announcing a record cocaine seizure disguised as a nutritious snack. The crates were labeled dried fruit, and they seem to fill the shipping container. But authorities say it was all a front hidden behind those crates thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine seventy seven million dollars worth making this the biggest co. Bust in the New York area in a quarter century, the massive stash discovered on a ship that traveled from Columbia to Newark, New Jersey legal point of entry to the United States. Customs officials seized the elicit cargo handing it over to the department of homeland security keeping it off the street. ABC's GIO Benitez, the women's national soccer team has filed suit over fair pay speaking out now as we hear from ABC's Aaron Katersky three days after finding a gender discrimination lawsuit against the US soccer federation star midfielder, Megan repeat, oh told ABC news she and her teammates want to send a wider message to all women fighting for equal pay should fight for what you believe in. You should fight for what you feel you earned and never give up twenty eight members of the women's national team set in their lawsuit. They have consistently been paid less than their male counterparts. Even while outperforming them on the world stage. US soccer issued a statement that did not address the women's argument, but spoke of its unwavering commitment to the women's game. Aaron Katersky ABC news New York coming up. Thanks to the believe it or not. Hundreds of thousands of people who have sent in tweets texts. Emails cards and letters wishing me. Well, jeopardy host Alex trebek back at work when world news this week continues. Spending.

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on KPCC

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The institutional ATF toolbox is available now wherever books are sold. From the Bloomberg newsroom in New York. I'm Bob moon. Aviation regulators were widely down a star calendars for Boeing to prove that it's grounded seven thirty-seven. Max jets are safe to fly amid suspicions at faulty software might have contributed to two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people in less than six months in a key step toward unearthing. The cause of the airlines crash flight recorders from the shattered plane have arrived in France for analysis. President Trump has criticized Britain's handling of negotiations over leaving the European Union. He says talks have been bungled and that the debate is dividing the country. Trump says he's given Prime Minister Theresa may, his ideas on how she could negotiate a successful deal for leaving the twenty eight member group of nations, but he says she didn't listen is comments came as may succeeded in convincing lawmakers to seek a delayed Brexit for another three months. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter. I'm Bob moon. From Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. More troublesome signs emerged today for Boeing seven thirty-seven max has the United States appeared likely to keep the jet on the ground into April and satellite data suggestive link between the March tenth Ethiopian Airlines crash and an Indonesian disaster in October. Meanwhile, the aircraft's photo book looks increasingly shaky as Garuba Indonesia said it would slash its purchase. And French president Emmanuel Macron, get set the hawk competing Airbus jets on a trip to China after the bowel broadcom reported profit that beat analysts estimates and stuck to a full year forecast and oracle reported third quarter sales that's slightly topped estimates stocks mixed. The Dow up seven little changed SNP down two points. Also little change as down twelve down one tenth of one percents. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best with June Grasso..

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

"The president posed for photographs inside autographs. There was also chanting. And local pastor said it was an uplifting. Visit adding the recovery is a marathon not a sprint. I'm Ed Donahue, a federal judge in Oakland California rules against the NC double A in an antitrust suit. Saying college football and basketball players should be allowed more compensation from schools, but only if it's tied to education, those who sued and the so-called Allston cases one and much more. They had asked the judge to lift all caps on compensation and allow the creation of a free market in paying athletes. This is AP radio news. On this International Women's Day. Members of the US women's national soccer team, go to court the twenty eight members of the current women's player pool filed a civil rights action in Los Angeles federal court, alleging institutionalized gender discrimination by the US soccer federation. They say they make about thirty eight percent of what their male counterparts are paid. It's three months before the women defend their World Cup title. And they filed the lawsuit on International Women's Day seeking damages and backpay forward. Kristen press says the players are role models, and they feel it's their duty to fight for what they legally deserve. Hoping it inspires women everywhere. I'm Jacky Quin supreme court Justice Sonia sorta by our actress, Jane Fonda and attorney Gloria Allred will be inducted into the national women's hall of fame among ten members of the class twenty nine thousand nine among the others. Civil rights activists. Angela Davis and retired air force fighter pilot, Nicole Malachowski. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. With Amazon music avoid all you need. Alexa,.

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

"The president posed for photographs inside autograph. There was also chanting. And local pastor said it was an uplifting. Visit adding the recovery is a marathon not a sprint. I'm Ed Donahue, a federal judge in Oakland California rules against the NC double A in an antitrust suit. Saying college football and basketball players should be allowed more compensation from schools, but only if it's tied to education, those who sued and the so-called Austin cases one much more. They had asked the judge to lift all caps on compensation and allow the creation of a free market and paying athletes. This is AP radio news. On this International Women's Day. Members of the US women's national soccer team, go to court the twenty eight members of the current women's player pool filed a civil rights action in Los Angeles federal court, alleging institutionalized gender discrimination by the US soccer federation. They say they make about thirty eight percent of what their male counterparts are paid. It's three months before the women defend their World Cup title. And they filed the lawsuit on International Women's Day seeking damages and backpay forward. Kristen press says the players are role models, and they feel it's their duty to fight for what they legally deserve. Hoping it inspires women everywhere. I'm Jacky Quin supreme court Justice Sonia sorta by your actress, Jane, Fonda and attorney Gloria Allred will be inducted into the national women's hall of fame. They're among ten members of the class of twenty nine thousand nine among the others. Civil rights activists..

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on AP News

"Center. The president posed for photographs inside autograph. There was also chanting. Local pastor said it was an uplifting. Visit adding the recovery is a marathon not a sprint. I'm Ed Donahue, a federal judge in Oakland California rules against the NC double A in an antitrust suit. Saying college football and basketball players should be allowed more compensation from schools, but only if it's tied to education, those who sued and the so-called Allston cases one and much more. They had asked the judge to lift all caps on compensation and allow the creation of a free market in paying athletes. This is AP radio news. On this International Women's Day. Members of the US women's national soccer team, go to court the twenty eight members of the current women's player pool filed a civil rights action in Los Angeles federal court, alleging institutionalized gender discrimination by the US soccer federation. They say they make about thirty eight percent of what their male counterparts are paid. It's three months before the women defend their World Cup title. And they filed the lawsuit on International Women's Day seeking damages and backpay forward. Kristen press says the players are role models, and they feel it's their duty to fight for what they legally deserve. Hoping it inspires women everywhere. I'm Jacky Quin supreme court Justice, Sonia sort of actress, Jane, Fonda and attorney Gloria Allred will be inducted into the national women's hall of fame. They're among ten members of the class of twenty nineteen among the others. Civil rights activists. Angela.

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"twenty eight member" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight member" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"President Trump and the first lady Melania visiting tornado ravaged Alabama on Friday consoling victims, thanking first responders incredible. Some survivors family members. What they've been through is incredible. One woman was ten people in our family. Credible woman. How does he go? She said I lost. People. A couple of others lost two and threes. I've never seen anything like it. President will be making a request for a boost in military spending. We'll cutting non-defense discretionary spending and making a significant significant request for border wall funding in the White House budget that's being released next week. A federal judges ruled that college basketball and football players should be allowed to receive compensation for their play so long as it's tied to education athletes had asked the judge to lift all NCWA capsule compensation and to allow schools to provide benefits beyond scholarships college athletes. Meanwhile, the US women's soccer team is filing a lawsuit claiming they are the victims of payday discrimination all twenty eight members of the US women's national soccer team are listed as plaintiffs in a gender. Discrimination lawsuit filed Friday and a US district court in Los Angeles the team seeking class action status over institutionalized gender discrimination toward the team under the equal pay act title seven of the Civil Rights Act, citing a consistently lower paycheck to their male counterparts despite their performance being superior to men's player. The US women's national team are the current reigning World Cup champs. Heading a repeat bidden, three months. The women's team is seeking equitable pay and treatment in addition to damages including backpay Matt Napolitano, Fox News police in South Dakota, say they've solved a thirty eight year old cold-case death of an abandoned baby using DNA from genealogy sites to identify the child's Mother Theresa bettas arrested Friday of the nineteen Eighty-one homicide of her baby. Boy found abandoned did a cornfield in February of nineteen Eighty-one..

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Emmanuel Macron, European Union And European Parliament discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Emmanuel Macron, European Union And European Parliament discussed on World News Analysis

"French president Emmanuel Macron has laid out what he calls a European Rene songs in a newspaper column. Published throughout the twenty eight member European Union warning of a Europe endanger his words are seeing as a wake-up call to the blog as Macron pushes for reform within the European Union. The president's column comes ahead of the European parliament elections in may also coincides with tension in the west, including Britain's trouble departure strategy from the European

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Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:27 min | 4 years ago

Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers. The learn more had to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. Helen tear promises to see all crime with data. But does it work from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Data analytics company Pailin tier is reportedly considering going public Pailin tier is the company co founded by controversial Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, formerly of pay pal. It's named after an all seeing artifact in the Lord of the rings trilogy, and it promises police departments governments even the IRS that it can take in a huge amount of data and make a informed guesses to help track down criminals and in a secret pilot program in New Orleans, Pailin tear tech even tried to predict when crime would happen or who might be a victim. But lately, it's huge twenty billion dollar valuation is in doubt and privacy. Activists are concerned about its tactics. Let's dig into this in quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Mark Harris is a reporter who's covered Pailin tear for wired politics selling point is that can take these hundreds of data streams from old different kinds of systems that don't nobody worked together. And it can squeeze them all into this pot to come up with these insights. But that's actually really tricky because you have to understand a lot of different types of Audra, a lot of different types of software and databases and every company and every jurisdiction dustings way. Well, in one of the other things that's been speculated is that pollen tear may have actually promised cities like New Orleans or Los Angeles that it could do sort of pre crime prediction, right that it could sort of use artificial intelligence to say, oh crimes are more likely to happen here. You should direct resources that way. Yeah. It's the case that police departments want to be smarter about the way they deploy their offices and deployed their resources to question is can you do that in a way that respects people civil liberties that doesn't talk it populations minorities, perhaps a poll neighborhoods that have disproportionate amounts of policing? Even though there's plenty of crime happening. Elsewhere there's a cycle of there's been crime here in the past. So let's go there gin and. Or you can institutionalize a lot of biases and discriminations. The you know that we've seen historically in cities across America. It reminds me a little bit of the Cambridge Analytica story where they were saying look, we can use this data to micro target to such an extent that it will be like, we're psychic. We can get right inside someone's brain. And I wonder if there is a possibility that no company can do as much with mounds of data as they promise. Right. That's really true. Right. It's nice that they have success stories, but we're not seeing the day today work with not seeing how useful it is for officers, and some of the emails that I've seen, you know, found that some people using the thought it was path other people, you know, had struggled with it and struggle to get it usable by them and to give them useful results in their work. So you're right Parenti has this mystique of having trouble the intelligence agencies. They have a grey attractive background. They sound like a an interesting company to have that sort of technology working in your organization into the truth of it is can you actually see whether it pays for itself. I haven't seen those data it's entirely possible. And if they go public, which they're planning to do in the next couple of years, then we'll have a lot more visibility into what they're doing. Mark Harris wrote about Pailin tear in wired this month, you can find a link to that story at our website. Marketplace tech dot org. And now for some related links literally related this time. First of all, you have to read the Wall Street Journal story from the other day about pollen tear, and it's and possible problems with its business plan if only for the description of Pailin, tears, the Alex carp his beanies, but Varian farmhouse tied cheese swords loud German phone calls and how he describes Pailin tear as a quote colony of artists, but plenty of people find surveillance software. Neither Corky nor artistic last month. Several immigrant rights groups put out a report accusing Pailin tear along with Amazon and bay area company called forensic logic. Which does predictive crime analysis of helping the Trump administration excessively target immigrants for jail or deportation? Amazon you may have heard has been selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement agencies. The software is called recognition spelled with a creepy. K instead of a sif. In may the ACLU ran a test of the system and found that it accidentally match twenty eight members of congress with mugshots of other people. Amazon said it was mis calibrated last month and anonymous Amazon employee wrote a medium post saying that four hundred fifty employees inside the company had signed a letter to Jeff Bezos asking the company to stop selling the recognition software to law enforcement and actually to kick Pailin tear off of Amazon web services. What a tangled web of surveillance. We we've happy weekends everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. 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France's president to talk European defense with Danes

Dana Loesch

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

France's president to talk European defense with Danes

"Seventy six President Macron announced a new push for European defense project saying the continent security shouldn't rely so much on the United States in. A speech defense ambassadors in Paris macrame two sets out the right map of. France diplomacy for the next year the French president said it's up to you to guarantee it sends security and that the Twenty-eight nation blocks should not rely solely on. The US for protection in November you, countries officially new era in defense cooperation with a program of joint military investment and project development aimed at helping the EU confronted security challenges twenty three of the twenty eight member nations signed up to the. Process known. As permanent

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China announces $60B of US goods for tariff retaliation

Michael Medved

02:04 min | 4 years ago

China announces $60B of US goods for tariff retaliation

"The White House reaction to China's sixty billion dollar list of US good slated. For retaliation if Washington goes ahead with its latest tariff threat the reaction comes from. Press secretary Sarah Sanders who says quote instead of retaliating China should address longstanding concerns about it's unfair trading practices chief economic adviser Larry cudlow had a, warning for China tariff problem. Their lack of reciprocity their technology stealing their their I take President Trump surface the Trump. Administration has already. Slapped a twenty five percent tax on thirty four billion dollars in Chinese products. And is readying levies on another sixteen billion Shelly. Anther Washington getting a little harder to borrow the money to buy a home long-term US mortgage rates rose. For the second straight. Week this week that. Continues to dampen prospects for some potential homebuyers. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com More problems for Amazon's facial recognition tools just a week after one program incorrectly identified twenty eight members of congress as criminals a second. Programme tested by BuzzFeed mistakenly identified a number of, people on the FBI's most wanted. List as celebrities that, included, a photo of a black male who was incorrectly identified as. Former secretary, of state Condoleeza. Rice correspondent Wally Hines reporting though for this candidate, nobody gets hurt Glenn, Jacobs a, WWE wrestler notice. Kane has won the bout. For mayor and Tennessee's third largest county Jacobs Republican who also runs an insurance real estate company was leading democrat led to Haiti by large margin with, most of, the, votes counted in Knox county yesterday the local paper reports Jacobs claim victory does watch party saying his decision to seek the mayor's John was met with a lot of laughter I nobody's laughing now more on these stories from townhall L. dot com This is Michael Medved for. Townhall dot com.

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Facebook, Qualcomm and ACLU discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Facebook, Qualcomm and ACLU discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Uh-huh. Sees daily tech headlines for Thursday, July twenty. Sixth twenty eighteen. I'm Sarah lean on claims. It's developed a truly unbreakable display panel after receiving certification from the underwriters laboratories, the panel is made of flexible old lead, but also with a substrate that's been designed to hold up with repeated impact. The unbreakable panel as it's called is also covered by a fortified plastic rather than glass cover, which helps flex during impact. Qualcomm is dropping. It's forty, four billion dollar deal to buy an XP semi conductors. Chinese regulators rejected the bid. The deal would have been the biggest semiconductor takeover globally to date. Qualcomm had said on Wednesday would drop the bid for an expe- unless China reversed its decision and approved it before the deadline, which has now passed the American Civil Liberties. Union of northern California said Thursday that Amazon's facial recognition system known as recognition with a k. incorrect. Tely identified twenty eight members of congress as people who have been arrested for a crime to test this, the ACLU downloaded twenty five thousand mugshots from what it described as public source. Then ran the official photos of five hundred thirty five members of congress through recognition of those twenty eight matches the ACLU's test, flag six members of the Congressional Black caucus. The particularly interested in this Amazon's recognition has already been used by a handful of law enforcement agencies in the US Facebook lost more than one hundred billion dollars of its market value. After its latest earnings report showed slowing user growth in the US and Canada, which is the company's core market. Monthly users were flat at two hundred forty one million in Europe. User figures actually fell revenue and Facebook's q. to rose forty two percent from your earlier. But it also was the slowest growth rates since twenty fifteen and the first time in three years that Facebook fell short of analysts, average revenue estimates and other Facebook news. The company acquired. Red kicks and Email messaging and calendar app. Facebook plans to add, red kicks features to its workplace. Platform for enterprise groups were placed a beauty, early twenty fifteen, and now claims..

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