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White House: LA port going 24/7 to ease shipping backlog
"The port of Los Angeles will become a twenty four hour seven day a week operation to try and help you supply chain issues according to the White House boards in LA in Long Beach where they started operating twenty four seven last month account for forty percent of all shipping containers ensuring the U. S. as of Monday there were sixty two ships there and another eighty one waiting to dock and unload according to the marine exchange of southern California president Biden will announce an agreement today with union and business leaders the White House says will help relieve the backlog the administration also says Walmart target home depot Samsung fed ex and UPS are all increasing their hours to move the products I'm Julie Walker
Fresh update on "twenty four hours" discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"He'll could you give it to everyone listening today. Sure absolutely so over the next twenty four hours and of course if you you're doing it continue awhile yourself to just simply welcome or allow the thoughts feelings sensations in the experiences that are rising in your consciousness momentum. It if he forget. That's okay just every time you remember. Just simply sit back in a row yourself to experience what you're experiencing and what that means is a well the sense of name to fix it. Change it controls steering sit. Take more of a backseat. Most of us can't just drop that completely although that is possible at exquisitely beautiful to do that. Just sit back and allow yourself to notice or observe or welcome whatever's arising each time. You do that over the next twenty. Four hours you'll find you feel widow. Ask lost in the dramas of life. You feel a little more open to the beauty that life unfolding team moment to moment so that. That's why i recommend just wacko sit setback in would we as that awareness of being this that you are and just allow experienced Full well what. I what i love about that. He was really the process of becoming president. And the word. I use for all of this noise. Right it's why. I'm now on another extended period of i don't watch television. It's okay if you watch television. I just find it to be noise. So i eliminate noise but eliminate noise by not paying attention to it and coming back to this present place which i think is it is Well i feel compelled to share this right now. 'cause i don't know what i've said this in quite a while but i have a favorite sound and my favorite sound is no sound. That's when i feel most peaceful. Well i wanna reach out in. No i love you. I want to give you an energetic hug. I wanna thank you for showing up on this planet to make your powerful difference in impact to build a.
Coronavirus deaths in Russia surpass 900 a day for 1st time
"Crushes daily coronavirus death toll who's supposed nine hundred for the first time in the pandemic the record comes with vaccination uncertainties on the government's reluctance to impose tough restrictions to control new cases the nation state coronavirus task force who supported nine hundred twenty nine at new credit nineteen deaths just over twenty five thousand new confirmed infections in the last twenty four hour period Vladimir Putin's Kremlin has blamed the surge on too few options getting vaccinated just thirty three percent of Russia's one hundred forty six million people have received at least one shot of the vaccine with the percentage dropping below thirty for the fully vaccinated group I'm Charles Taylor this month
Fresh update on "twenty four hours" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Before and after the pandemic it's driven by politics or by science then may be how we keep track of our lives from here on out. What do you think the political effects that impatience will be andrew at all. There's been bloomberg we begin on capitol hill the most accurate business world and healthcare news before and after the fundamentals do not justify this price action bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening broadcasting twenty four hours a day at bloomberg business app. This is bloomberg radio now. A global news update from the heart of where innovation money and our allies in silicon valley and beyond. This is bloomberg technology with emily. J check in san francisco in this is bloomberg technology coming up. In the next hour tech earning season in most wings snap tumbling twenty eight percent who late trading new restrictions on data collection is hitting ads heart and intel falling down six percent on a lackluster forecast. Net earnings. roundup is just seconds. Second char we work finally makes market debut after near disaster twenty nineteen new leadership and a pandemic has changed the company dramatically. The one has named the same way. We're still losing money. We'll dive into fast..
Facebook, Instagram Down for Hours After Whistleblower Goes Public. Coincidence?
"This is really interesting. How facebook goes down again. You might be listening to this at some point as we post all these things and everything might be solved with this but the fact that facebook goes down for as long as telegrams having issues. Twitter's having issues. It's bizarre but it's also on the same day that the facebook whistle francis haagen or twenty. Four hour news cycle says that facebook is realized that they changed the algorithm to be safer people spend less time on the site the click less and they make less money now understand. This whole whistle blower thing is a fake psychological operation to try to justify more government censorship over the internet. It is an attack from the left to say that facebook is not doing enough to censor voices like ours. play cut twelve. It's easier to inspire people to anger and it is to other emotions. Misinformation angry contents is enticing to people. Entertaining keeps them on the platform. Yes facebook has realized that if they change the algorithm to be safer people will spend less time on the site the click unless ads. They'll make less money and so she's trying to make the argument that facebook's entire business model is around promoting and monitoring hate now. Interestingly facebook is totally down telegrams having massive issues back yeah. My telegram right here is not even loading interesting. How that works. So there's something going on right now. That is multi institutional so this facebook whistle blower comes out and starts to complain about all of this and we are now experiencing problems on facebook on twitter instagram. Snapchat to talk as someone is some state actor attacking every single major social media and communication company. Right now where we prepared for this.
Is There a Massive Vaccine Cover-Up Taking Place?
"Personally not going to get vaccinated. My wife's not going to get vaccinated for variety different reasons. I don't need to over explain it to people. It's my medical decision. I could do what i want. But the tyranny and the social pressure and the conformity around this issue is unlike anything i've ever experienced before i am told by reporters and journalists james. You know all these people that there's no adverse events to the vaccine that there's no moral guide itis. There's none of the stuff you're saying that in one hospital you saw dozens of people coming in with adverse reactions. Just that one thing. You're telling me shows that we are living under a massive cover-up is that basically what you're saying. What am i told you that. Just gets worse. What if i told you. What if i told you the fda what if i told you those were the next things to be released from project at you are. There is a huge difference between reality. World is is and the world as it is presented in media and i mean yesterday instagram. Hold our rail ms sixty minutes production. There's maybe claims. Urban was federal air. Doctors making comments statements camera statements. Which early hostels investigate. The hospital is investigating. these incidents. so hostile did not deny that these things occurred as the most extraordinary thing. Release the hospital that what jodi exposes true yet. Instagram is taking down the faithful taking even freezing accounts for twenty four hours. They posted this video now. Extraordinarily youtube is not changed on. But he has something like three million views. We're trending on twitter right now even though i am band on twitter project veritas band on twitter. It's actually an extraordinary series of events that we keep trending everywhere even though banned everywhere.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: Everything You Need to Know
"Itself seemed to leak updated kindle paper white devices with larger six point eight inch displays in two variants eight gigabytes for one hundred and forty nine dollars canadian and thirty two gigabytes for two hundred and nine dollars ninety nine cents canadian both with seventeen. Led's quoting good e reader. Amazon is going to be releasing a new kindle paper white in the next few days the reader will have a six point eight inch screen and we'll come. In two variants the kindle paper white five will have eight gigabytes of storage and the kindle paper white signature edition we'll have thirty two gigabytes of storage the product listings are not live but you can learn a little bit about the new devices on the product description page of the kindle basic and can oasis currently. You can view those on the canadian site. They have product pages but they linked to a four page right now. The new kindle paper white five and paperwork five signature edition will both employ a six point eight inch screen with three hundred p. p. i. And the screen will be flush with the basil they will have seventeen white and amber led lights. So you'll be able to use the typical display and it also has the same color temperature system the kennel oasis three employees. This lighting system is a huge upgrade. The paperweight for only has five. Led lights these signature edition will also have auto adjusting light sensors so they will automatically change the brightness of the screen based on the environmental lighting. It will also have wireless charging capabilities and amazon. We'll be selling a new kit. You will be able to connect to wi fi to purchase audio books and e books on the amazon bookstore. The product listing page does not mention a cellular version for an extra fee the kindle paper white five will retail for one hundred forty nine dollars canadian and the eight gigabyte model for two hundred nine dollars. Ninety nine cents. Canadian for the kindle signature edition the prices will likely be lower in the united states when the listing goes live in a couple of days. You can bookmark the product description pages right now and they will likely be going live sometime in the next twenty four hours and quote.
Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade
"People across the country are taking time to renew efforts to find children who vanished as part of national missing children's day at also holds true for a local family that never stopped searching for their daughter. Allie low at sir. She has not been seen since april of two thousand ten. Allie was just sixteen years old when she disappeared channel. Two's brandon walker joins us from bumble with. What's being done to help. Find her and other missing children across the area brandon. Good morning to you. No doubt allies disappearance is one of the more high profile disappearances. We've covered here over the past six years or so but get this. The center for missing children says just last year alone. There were ten thousand reported missing cases of children here in the county area alone. As far as allie goes the hope according to her mother is that someone will see this with some information. That'll bring her daughter home for six years. We've been searching for her. It hasn't gotten any easier joanne. Lewitt's mother valley lois or has been missing. Since april twenty six two thousand ten six years ago she left home alone walking to work alley. Didn't make it to work. Though she was last seen getting off a school. Bus alleys disappearance sparked a nationwide search countless tips. One of them profiled on investigation discovery channels last seen alive. The program followed tip that alley had been working in columbus ohio as a prostitute. The tip was no not allie. Today on national missing children's day allie lewis are got a billboard. She's had one in the past. Hopefully this time it will garner leads. That work tips. Joanne hopes will bring her daughter home. I wish this billboard could stay permanently. It's bigger than every store window in town. If we had digital billboards specified just for missing people. It could run for twenty four hours without any repeats. It's the sad fact.
Republicans Stay Mum as Details Emerge About Gen. Milley's Call to China
"Beast has gone from claiming that the bob woodward book might be wrong about general milley to now outright defending general milley in calling china secretly and warning them that if we attack them he'll let them know in advance and did show behind the commander-in-chief's back and now the line of the narrative is. There's nothing really wrong with holy crap. Have we gone from zero to sixty and twenty four hours tucker asked a pretty pointed question last night where where are the republicans on this. Where's tom cotton. Where's lindsey graham. Where are where are these hawks when it comes to what appears to be a blatant direct in your face act of treason as detailed by a forthcoming book. I'm really baffled here.
Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette
"Lowest. Dunkin would receive a phone call. That would change her life forever. Caitlyn had been shot twice in the head while driving near downtown albuquerque and was in the hospital in critical condition less than twenty four hours later. Caitlin was dead and lois duncan found herself. Living the kind of nightmare. She had devoted her life to writing about. Lois would spend the next three decades trying unsuccessfully to unravel the mystery of her daughter's murder. Here's what we know about the crime around eleven pm on july sixteenth. A plainclothes detective drove by a car. That had hit a pole off the side of the road. On the corner of lomas east broadway near downtown albuquerque. There was a vw bug. Stop next to it. He saw no one at the site of the crash so he kept driving. I'm sorry what. How is it crashed car and another one right next to it at eleven o'clock at night not cause to stop an investigate. Common sense finally kicked in and the officer radioed end to see if the crash had been reported yet it hadn't so he decided to turn around and see. If i don't know a citizen might need help. By the time he got back to the scene of the crash the vw was gone. Oops am i right instead of the vw. Now some random guy was standing near the crash car when the detective asked what he was doing there. He said he just happened to be passing by turns out the reason. The officer didn't see anyone in the crashed car when he drove by without bothering to stop was because the driver had been shot twice in the head and was slumped over the wheel and she was still alive. This was kaitlyn arquette. Lois duncan's eighteen year old daughter.
A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th
"On september tenth. Two thousand one keeneland association in lexington kentucky opened its annual september. Yearling sale a colt by leading sire storm cat. Top the opening session at five point. Five million dollars the final crop of legendary sire. Mr prospector was attracting considerable interest. As well it was business as usual but the following morning as handlers presented yearlings to prospective buyers in the bar area and as consigners were busy rushing updates to the sales pavilion images of coordinated terrorist attacks on the united states began. Filling newscasts being streamlined. On television monitors located throughout keeneland sales complex there were horrific images from new york from washington dc and from pennsylvania the nation was thrown into chaos on the keeneland sales grounds individuals who only moments earlier had been preoccupied with selling and buying horses suddenly stopped. They stared in disbelief struggling to comprehend what was unfolding on the east coast. Keeneland officials immediately announced that the start of the sale will be delayed by one hour but then as the depth of the attacks became more fully known. The decision to the way became a decision to postpone with keeneland. The mount saint that the sale would not continue until the following day at the earliest given that it was tuesday. Only eleven tracks across the country rescheduled the host. Live racing the downs at albuquerque delaware. Park fairmount park fair. Plex finger lakes great lakes downs. The meadowlands mountaineer racetrack philadelphia park prairie meadows and sunray park all eleven canceled. Most racing facilities would remain closed the following day as well at keeneland the president. Nick nicholson announced the formation of a red cross relief fund. It raised one hundred thirty thousand dollars within the first twenty. Four hours in the midst of the shock. Anger and sadness. There was also a stronger sense of community beginning to emerge
El Salvador Embrases Bitcoin
"Firming topic today. We're doing a global tour of bitcoin who's embracing this disruptive digital gold this proto money system. Let's start by doing a quick revisit to el salvador on tuesday's show. We discussed some of the controversy leading into el salvador's bitcoin day. The formal enactment of their bitcoin legal tender law on surprisingly and continuing the themes that i was just exploring the gladiatorial battle on twitter continued throughout the day professor. Steve hanky who has really really tried to use. This crypto cycle to jump to the very top of the bitcoin antagonist list. Just would not shut up about it. I mean we are talking about ten twelve separate tweets many which said the same thing over and over. Here's a good example contrary to president. Bu kelly's unfounded claims el salvadorians do not want. Bitcoin is legal tender. The only ones who applaud are criminals. They know that the bitcoin law paves the way for rampant money laundering and corruption. This is one of those arguments. Where as soon as you even dine to make it. I look around at myself. Everyone that i know. Who's working in this industry. All the people that i know who are connected to this industry all the people who are in places like asante who have proven over the last few years how. Bitcoin has relevance for community like el salvador. And i mostly just stopped listening to what you have to say. Because you're clearly not in it for an actual conversation. And yet he continues. He tweeted at least three times about bitcoins. Volatility bitcoin nineteen percent to a twenty four hour. Low of forty two thousand nine hundred and twenty one per bitcoin today to queens volatility is an obvious reminder that it can never be a reliable unit of account and thus can never be used as a currency. Btc is nothing more than a highly speculative asset. Naib kelly's bitcoin law will do el salvador. Never mind his careful use of hash tagging on. Bitcoin and btc gotta make sure. Everyone sees his angry tweets. Professor hanky also hated it when president. Bu pele bought the tip and made fun of the imf all in one tweet saying buying the dip one hundred and fifty new coins added. It appears the discount is ending. Thanks for the dip. Imf we saved a million and printed paper el salvador. now hold five hundred fifty bitcoin.
Brianna Parmentier: Do Cows Get Exploited for Their Milk?
"So some people are really concerned that animals are like being exploited to produce milk for us to drink all dairy products for farms to profit. Or whatever what's your take on that you manage the cows on this farm your the the herds woman are these cows happy are they okay so we wouldn't be able to get quality of milk or volume of milk out of the cows at all if there were any sort of stress so it is not any. I'm gonna say farming in general their best interests to have stressed animals so by providing twenty four hours of feed and misters in the parlor. When it's hot and fans and most of these cal- pens have cow brushes in them just enrichment and that sort of thing. It provides them the most stable environment constant today today for them to go about their life thermal or an eat get milked of the pressure and consistent so by that consistency we get the most out of product. Cows don't really like change for one. I've been told no they dislike the same thing every day. I wouldn't want to eat the same thing every day but they seem to do pretty dang. Well yup no they. The heat is one thing the l. weather's out of everyone's control but it's in our best interest to try to keep it somewhat the same every single day so the barnes provide a nice stable temperature that we can kind of control with fans to keep the air flowing because air quality makes a really big difference in the animal. Health is their their pooping. They're coughing. They're doing all normal animal statham
Texas Governor Defends Abortion Law With No Rape Exceptions
"Today. Texas governor greg. Abbott signed a new law that will eliminate some forms of voting in texas like drive thru voting and twenty four hour voting practices. That have made it easier to vote during the cove nineteen pandemic which is still going on in texas and the rest of the country. This comes after governor. Abbott signed the legislation that made it effectively impossible to receive abortion services in texas because anyone involved in providing any abortion services to anyone at any time can now be sued by anyone. There is no exception on that law allowing abortions in the cases of rape or incest or both after the governor signed the bill restricting voting in texas. Today he said the next thing he's going to eliminate in texas is rape forced them to carry pregnancy It doesn't require that at all because obviously it provides at least six weeks for a person to be able to Get an abortion. Rape is a crime and texas will work tirelessly to make sure that we eliminate all rapists from the streets texas by aggressively going out and arresting and prosecuting them and getting them off the streets so goal number one in the state of texas is to eliminate rape so that no woman no person will be a victim of rape
Interview With Zach Coelius of Coelius Capital
"Zach. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me longtime listener for caller huge fan of the work. You do good man while look. I've known you for a long time. Virtually and in your honor. I poured myself a glass of mud. Water which we can talk about later but we had the founder on the podcasts. I'm trying to remember about a year ago. Attitudes shown links is available. Shane's awesome fun story listeners. It's basically a mushroom coffee. Turn it yvonne. And i have sort of an issue. Which is i love coffee but like to my detriment. So i've been trying to go kinda half mud. Half coffey as a segue to not drinking a pod today in the morning. And it's working so far it's a nice blend so that's awesome. We'll come back to later. We're gonna talk about all things. Angel investing entrepreneurship wing foiling all sorts of odds and ends. You got a pretty say if there is a traditional path for angel or vc. You kind of have it right. It's the founder who starts out doing some companies and eventually start investing. Was that sort of the right path through yet. The only differences the traditional half is your founder start companies. You make of money and then you take that money and he wants to do with it and you start. Throwing things doesn't angel and my experience was founder starts in companies have facebook ripped my guts out and leave me dead in bleeding on the side of the streets and sort of like as i was crawling around trying to figure out what to do with my life. And like what your next i mean. I literally got gut. It is crazy Tell the story was crazy stories. I stumbled into back in two thousand fifteen the very beginning of angel angels syndicates and one of the companies that i had been advising for a long time a company branch metrics mobile deep linking platform and Ben arison who introduced mea through the seed and men when it happened. You guys mind if. I put a two hundred allocation angel. Listen see what happens. And they were like sure. Go for it inside like wrote the memo by awesome. It is literally january fifteen when endless syndicates. Were nothing put it out by email all my best friends unlike. Please look this in twenty four hours later. The allocation was full when i was like. I'm an investor. Now
What is Prolonged Fasting?
"Does the prolonged fast and prolonged fasting for me. Anything over twenty four hours. The next thing is what are the benefits or prolonged fasting and there are greatly different. Compared to intermediate fasten. There are a lot more a lot more extended now. Doing the intermediate fasten. You obviously get weight loss. I mean we all know that you get in weight loss bud during the prolonged fast and you get a lot more benefits of weight loss which is obviously a hey. You didn't haven't been eating eaten for three days. You probably will lose more weight like that. So that's one of the benefits going to lose more weight. But i wanna talk more about better more important benefits in my teen when you go for that. And it's more of the health benefits that's m. self production increases. Not gonna touch too much into that. But it's really really cool stuff A hormone of growth will be elevated as well. Obviously because you fast and and the great part or went hormonal. Growth is elevated. And when you get in their key tones with the fast in your going to have the muscle sparing effect meaning you. Stu can work out and you still can be saved during at least seventy two hours fast when you go further you have potentially possibility at least from the studies that i've seen start getting breaking down the proteins from your muscle tissues and things like that so i i recommend to do extended fast divisive thirty six to seventy two hours. My personal opinion. You get the best bang for the
What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?
"If you've been doing intermittent fasting for awhile. I think at the bare bones. Basics you wanna make sure that you've got asleep. The stress management that nutrition piece style then and then on top of that. I always encourage women to switch up their fasting regimen. So if you've been doing a sixteenth eight sixteen hours facet with an eight hour feeding window for years and years and years. Guess what your body gets acclimated. That's why it's important for us to not eat the same foods everyday to not exercise the same way every day. That's why it's critically important to change your fasting patterns Day to day week to week monkey month and so the first thing that you can do is integrate doing twenty four massive already in gotten through adaptation. You know your your body is fueled on fats as a fuel source As opposed to carbohydrates. You feel good I would incorporate at one twenty four hour fast a week and it's not nearly as hard as people anticipate it will be or if you've been doing six zero fast go to twenty hours faster doing an eighteen hour faust go to a twenty two hour vast That's number one. See one of vary fasting windows and feeding windows number two. I always think about the fact that there are ways to integrate herbs and supplements into your diet that can help boost the benefits of a tafkaji. Which is one of those key benefits where were scavenged disease disordered cells and I i think it can be hugely beneficial to consider supplements like bergreen and it doesn't have to be on a daily basis. Maybe you cut a big dinner. You've you've overindulged Burbank can help with insulin sensitivity. We know that it can when taken on during fasting episode again help boost some key nutrients in our body that require some support whilst ousting in other surgeons and mt k. and things like that I also think about just the ability to consume polyphenol rich of foods so green tea. Black tea coffee. We know they boost fat. Oxidation and oxidation means boosting using fat as a fuel source as well as the polyphenyls are really helpful helpful. Megan also potentially the benefits of being a tafkaji. When you're
More Than a Dozen Deaths After Ida Remnants Slam Northeast
"What's left of hurricane night has been battering the northeast New York City mayor bill de Blasio called it a historic weather event with record breaking rain brutal flooding and dangerous road conditions subway stations flooded in video showed vehicles up to their windows and water garbage sailing down the streets many of those who died were trapped in flooded basements in New York City power got knocked out for hundreds of thousands of people in New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania New Jersey governor Phil Murphy you know an extraordinary sadly tragic historic twenty four hours in New Jersey there's no other way to put it and the storm didn't stop there residents of southern New England woke up to flooded roads commuter delays in a flash flood warning in Plainville Connecticut first responders used boats to rescue eighteen people from a flooded neighborhood I made a fall away
Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect
"Couple nights ago. Women were lined up at a health clinic in fort worth texas called whole women's health and these women in line were seeking abortions some way to all day. The last procedure was performed at eleven fifty six. Pm are waiting. We're filled with patients and their loved ones in all four of our clinics. Yesterday we had a physician who has worked with us for decades In tears this morning. That clinic is still providing abortions. The difference is they're only offering them to women in pregnancies were fetal heartbeat hasn't been detected yet in most cases that's about six weeks in the vast majority of abortions are not performed until after that point because in many cases women don't even know that they're pregnant. What's the tragedy is that we can only provide abortion for about ten percents of the people that we could provide abortion for yesterday. The thing that's changed now of course is that yesterday morning. The nation's most restrictive abortion law went into effect in texas a law that allows virtually anyone. Who says a woman has undergone an abortion. Could be a neighbor. A co worker. An axe stranger can sue anyone who helped facilitate that abortion. The law itself is incredibly note worthy and what was almost just as remarkable. Was that for nearly twenty four hours. The supreme court said nothing until last
Defensive Biden Tries to Put Afghanistan Behind Him
"Two hundred and twenty four of the biden administration which is now trying to turn the page on the controversial exit from afghanistan and the chaotic evacuation. This afternoon about twenty four hours after the last american c. Seventeen cargo plane took off from kabul president biden step to the podium at the white house state dining room to offer a vigorous defense of his decision to end america's longest war. No nation has ever done anything like it in all history. Extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage. The united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals. That was the choice. The real choice between levy escalating. I was not going to extend this forever. War and hours not extending forever exit those asking for third decade of war and afghanistan. I asked what is the vital national interest. It was timed and this war. We will maintain the fight against terrorism. We'd just don't need to fight a groundwater to do it into isis k. We are not done with you yet. This page sketch broad outlines of his foreign policy saying the era of nation building is over. The president also noted. The us would help evacuate the estimated one to two hundred americans still in afghanistan if they want to leave the state department also thanked cobble embassy staff on social media posting this photo taken just before their departure there is no longer an embassy in afghanistan. Those diplomats will be based in cutter.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty four hour traffic network here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast with a few clouds overnight the low thirty nine in Boston low thirties in a few suburbs Tuesday plenty of sun mild in the afternoon the high fifty eight partly cloudy Tuesday night low forty it'll be in the thirties and some colder suburbs turning out breezy and mild Wednesday with afternoon showers and a high of fifty four on Wednesday night windy with rain much of the time low forty to forty five very windy on thanksgiving day gust could exceed forty five or even fifty miles per hour there will be plenty of sun the high fifty accu weather real feel temperatures in the thirties on accu weather meteorologist carbon been ski WBZ Boston's news radio our top local story the Coast Guard suspends its search for three missing fishermen off martyrs vineyard any officer Zachary help says they search for more than twenty four hours and did not turn up any trace of the crew members from this golfing vessel Leonardo out of new Bedford the capsized on Sunday we search for a little over twenty four hours and during that time we had the Coast Guard cutter Escanaba was on scene for the majority of the time we also had one other Carter and we're two of our units from their station came because we had a helicopter in a fixed wing airplane as well one crew member was rescued it takes effect in ninety days a distracted driving law signed by governor Charlie Baker Hughes WBZ TV's best your model law that's been years in the making governor Charlie.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Traffic twenty four hours a day it starts now good afternoon five o'clock on a Monday news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. once again we have rain moving across central Florida just in time for the drive it five weather and then a look at traffic coming up news ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather Tom Terry still watching a east coast sea breeze coming by was scattered thunderstorms developing closer to the rush hour tonight till around eight PM and quieting down overnight tropical wave moving close tomorrow rain chance going up to a little bit higher fifty percent from channel nine I'm chief meteorologist Tom Terry I'm Jacki O. Brian finally clearing a red alert from my four east founded Ivanhoe traffic in four minutes on news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. it is called off quite a bit with the rain eighty one trying out downtown Orlando showers continue moving west we have rain on interactive radar from doctor Phillips all the way to Mineola and most of the Lake County also have some heavy rain along I'd for from Longwood enough to Volusia county I'm telling you know Sean Hannity back in five minutes we have an update to a story that we brought you throughout the morning here on news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. search crews now say they have found a tackle bag belongs to one of those two missing fisherman we told you how the two firefighters left port Canaveral on a fishing trip that morning and haven't been seen since a reporter with first coast news in Jacksonville tweets this afternoon Brian the Clooney's wife confirmed they found this tackle bag about fifteen.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on KCRW
"A tragic twenty four hours in the US twenty nine people are dead after two mass shootings one in el Paso Texas and the other early today in Dayton Ohio in Dayton the suspected shooter is dead after killing nine people and wounding dozens more many of them were in line outside a bar downtown officials say he was wearing body armor and extra gun magazines he was killed at the scene by police Dayton's Merrin and Whaley said she was heartbroken el Paso is also greeting twenty people were murdered and twenty six injured at a shopping area yesterday that suspect is a young white male and he is now in custody investigators are examining whether he wrote a documented a document posted online shortly before the attack this manifesto expresses anti Hispanic sentiments and white nationalist ideology it also says quote race mixing is destroying this nation and praise the killing of fifty one people at a New Zealand mosque earlier this year this past week the White House announced plans to allow both imports of cheaper medications from Canada to the United States the idea is supported by both Democrats and Republicans but it's unpopular among another group Canadians and the Jacobs reports the idea of letting Americans import drugs from Canada is getting a lot of attention in Canadian medical circles here's dot do set board president of the Canadian society of hospital pharmacists well in Canada were quite concerned about this and John Adams from the patient group the best medicines coalition we already have a significant problem of drug shortages after US secretary of health and Human Services Alex ETS are announced Wednesday that the plan was under consideration Canada's health minister released I non committal statement about quote consulting with experts to better understand the implications for Canadians Canadians and Americans mostly get their brand name medications from the same company C. might not Paul of the organization diabetes Canada explains the main reason they cost less in Canada is because of a federal agency called the patented medicine prices review board that looks at pharmaceuticals when they come into Canada and sets a cap for the prices that those medicines can be offered here in Canada in theory companies could rearrange things allocate enough medications to Canada to also supply exports to the US at these lower Canadian prices technically it's feasible mark on the day Daniel is professor of health policy at Carleton University in Canada he thinks some of the alarm here is being stoked by the pharmaceutical companies about what would only start out as limited pilot projects for the US you can adapt to supply lines stopped producing drugs today the US market to and produce more drugs for the Kenyan market but he doubts drug companies will make it easy to undercut their profits in the US he thinks farmer will drag its feet on administrative steps required for re imports but also I'm worried personally that this is an abortion T. for drug companies to artificially create shortages in order for Canada to stop exporting to the US just in order to kill the proposal that way to have health consequences for Canadians Han Wong Rieger president of the Canadian organization for rare disorders brought up another concern she says Canada could lose access to future medications because companies won't want to introduce newly developed drugs in Canada at all if they're going to get sent on to the US and undercut what companies can charge their lower bodies going to jeopardize their American market in order to serve a very small market too if Americans lake Canadian style drug regulations she and others ask why not change their own regulations instead of upsetting the Canadian drug market I John Adams of the best medicines coalition this is a made in America problem that needs a made in America solution not a solution imported from Canada in a statement the US food and drug administration told NPR that quote it would be premature to speculate on quote about the impacts on any country but in Canada the speculation has already begun for NPR news I'm Emma Jacobs in Montreal the one guards new book is about a small biting annoying insect that has also had an enormous impact on humans Miskito tells the story of what one guard calls are deadliest predator there are roughly a hundred and ten trillion of them and they carry more than fifteen lethal diseases one guard writes that mosquitoes have killed half of all the humans that ever lived and may have also played a role in the destruction of the dinosaurs I started by asking one guard what got him interested in the insect my teaching portfolio at Colorado mesa university here in Grand Junction it it's quite diverse from western civilization to American history to indigenous studies and just kinda leaving through all the text books and all the thousands of books that I read I kind of look at history like a puzzle and there was just a few pieces of the puzzle missing and I'd talk to my dad after I finish my last booking he's an emergency physician and we started talking about diseases in in in malaria kind of kept kept coming back and coming back and on a fateful grocery shopping trip to the local Safeway I saw a giant advertisement Billboard for deep woods off in and then it did everything just kind of clicked together and it was a no brainer really it just occurred to use them in there that the thing that you had been missing and all these historical taxes the role of the mosquito well it was it was on more of a longer process than that but I think we have been putting more pieces in the puzzle between talking to my dad and other historians to create a picture and then once I started into the preliminary research it became apparent that the Miskito has has been with us in this manner a nuisance and a killer throughout our human journey in human Odyssey and when you delved into the sister you found some I think pretty disturbing information the mosquito is deadlier than Genghis Khan than Stalin she is a mass murderer a lot of the research that I read yes it did there's been some statistical extrapolation that says roughly half of human beings that have ever lived in and we think that's roughly a hundred eight billion have succumbed to mosquito borne disease primarily malaria because it predominately kills children under five in in our ancestral birthplace is in Africa as human beings it's also the ancestral birth place of yellow fever and the very small areas and it has this role and in particular historical events that perhaps others might not have seen for example the mosquito help with the spread of Christianity can you explain well when Christianity obviously was a slow process in in for and you know the first two three hundred years Christianity was a very small persecuted faith in the early Christians prided themselves on it was a duty to heal and aid the sick so in Rome which is surrounded by the pontine marshes which were malarial hot bed the you know as a healing faith Christianity attracted a lot of of converts based on the fact that malaria was endemic around Rome in the pontine marshes what was the thing the most surprise you when you're researching your book Myskina's of Panama actually ended up with Scotland losing their independence long story short Scotland which was just coming out of a famine in recession wanted to start its own colonies in the Americas and this set original twelve hundred or so settlers were just torn to shreds by mosquitoes and the colony floundered in failed and Scotland was left in massive debts so England offer to repay the Scottish debt if Scotland would forfeit its sovereignty in and be annexed to England creating at the greater Britain if you will you write that the mosquito has no purpose other than to propagate her species and perhaps kill humans so I'm gonna bring you up to today now and ask with the advent of genetic editing tools like crisper can we should we try to have them all die off the Miskito we don't think serves any purpose I mean the mails because they drink nectar do actually pollinate flowers and plants but not to the extent by comparison for example of of bees and they don't ingest waste like other insects they don't try to soil like other insects in in well other animals do eat them we do not believe they are indispensable food source for other creatures on the planet so one Avenue would be to crisper Miskito is in a lab and release them into the wild where by that species produces only males stillborn or in for trial offspring thereby eliminating that species of mosquito the other Avenue of the definitely that these more supported in the research is that we could crisper Miskito is to simply make them harmless by making them capable of vectoring those diseases there by bringing down the disease but not the mosquito species itself has this book in your research made you reprise everything you thought you knew about history for sure I think we sometimes looking as they say I in the introduction we sometimes look at history is being driven by human agency whether that's wars politics religion trade travel human migrations and and we forget that you know we're only one species on this planet and we share this planet with a with a a swarm of other animals in those animals impact our history Timothy one guard is a professor of history and political science at Colorado mesa university his new book is the mosquito thank you very much thank you very much this past Tuesday marked a very popular TV event no it was not the democratic presidential debate it was the other most watched program which aired at the same time I'm of course talking about the season finale of the reality TV show the bachelorette this season had a brown tried to find Mister right from a group of twenty two men in front of millions of viewers well she did not find him she did captivate the hearts of many in a pop culture moment Hannah who is a Christian response to man questioning her morality is.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"A day twenty four hours zero heartburn it's possible we present that he sees as directed for fourteen days not for immediate relief you have a dinner for stock here's what you we start the show with some terrific news that you will be in the class of twenty nineteen thank you very much and I just want to say thank you to you to win Fortin it's been now here's something that I noticed a project of your school thanks very much appreciate days for this exclusively on six hundred six hundred ESPN el Paso Steve Kerr for once seems to be not for the popular crowd the cool kids crowd saying something that most people don't slap on the back and give a round of applause for Steve Kerr saying Anthony Davis forcing a trade the Lakers this problem for the lead this will be popular but Steve Kerr is right let me explain I'm not telling you we should be I'm not telling you the way we wanted to be I'm not telling you the way that it's there I understand the teens can trade players at any point in a contract I understand the players were held some kind of obligation to their employer that the employer doesn't the next in the place I understand all that the man I'm really not here to tell you what should be I truly think one of the biggest problems is differentiating between the way you want the world to be and the way the world is I'm what I'm telling you is this could be a problem for the NBA Steve Kerr right the wheel came show would be set free eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN his goal again laying down the white Sox debuted their expanded netting you can't tell me if you want to put it off you could put it up now it's becoming excuse an excuse to delay it for whatever reason or some of the team that people committed to doing it yeah I I just I think the past the point if your not doing it now you don't really want to do Golden lingo weekday mornings at six eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN two there is always something during the during list of where it's no matter and starts with a clean sheet and they can prove it all he the international Champions Cup July sixteenth to August tenth on ESPN well tonight yeah the legend that is patently false and people say the problem was he never said if there's a way for them to be able home run free for the whole problem tonight subscribe now on the E. S. P. N. app for apple podcasts ESPN radio's hello there no more from the red Sox watch the Yankees again Friday night in private Fenway leading the way you look your best three homers back the second event fast after the game there are no students plan of attack is pretty simple a lot of strikes and get behind early running the bases this is a one is three forty five times in his career you catch the next two Yankees red Sox matchups here on ESPN radio.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Twenty four hours a day but Twitter Bloomberg business slash headquarters in London on Caroline had come with the speed boat creative business slash their way flaccid since the US took six hundred at the moment the fifty one hundred day gains a two tenths of one percent is that your tax hi by a tenth of one percent the cat count in negative territory after we saw a lackluster a showing over in Asia the Shanghai calmed down by one point three percent the embassy I Asia Pacific also a down by half of one percent that's despite China's new venue for technology startups but that was ready a bright spot as a full twenty five stocks rose on their debut more will be added to that list at the circle star saw a day I intend sold earnings this morning she is bad reporting inflows slowed in the first half of this year we also had a headings of from the Dutch company Philips profits did pretty well they've read shakes how they dealt with clones in order to mitigate for the US China trade one tariffs that impacted that business in terms of treasuries this morning on the toll of Witt pretty flat as we get to the U. S. A. from way up two tenths of one percent on S. and P. five hundred P. minis the dollar is also thought this morning the Japanese yen down a tenth of one percent the pound we get a tenth of one percent at one school twenty four as for the commodities mall case bring food jumps up by two point four percent this morning two percent Hafer WTI crude as the tensions in that the Gulf and the straight to pull mousse increase any between the U. K. on Iran does he believe that Chris is flashing his hand guns with what's going on around the world good morning Caroline reports in Iran's say the country's captured seventeen Americans fights and some of being sentenced to death state television says it's hard from the intelligence ministry that they are working for the CIA this latest development for this week's self tensions between of on and the US thirty people have been injured and several homes destroyed is wild fires continue to sweep across central Portugal locals have joined eighteen hundred firefighters on the frontline but they aren't optimistic bringing the flames under control because temperatures are expected to reach up to thirty eight degrees authorities are now trying now treating the origin of the plays a suspicious and finally event is and game has toppled avatar as the highest grossing film of all time it is now taking an estimated two point seven nine billion dollars worldwide but according to box office mate Jay and game any rank sixteen if we factor in inflation the top spot in that ranking is still held by eight nineteen thirty nine gone with the wind label needs twenty four hours a day on average take took on Twitter pump by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred and twenty countries I'm Liane Gerrans this is pulling back.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"With this we twenty four hours ago to this is been raging on we started the the started off between store by saying this so interesting to see progressive Democrat Congress women which really came from other countries governments are in a complete and total catastrophe most corrupt in the world a city now badly disparaging our country blah blah blah blah here's where the controversy comes in why a quote why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken crime infested places from which they came then come back and show us Ryan to come back again well you know what so I I I who is he talking to it again three of them are US citizens were born here the one that was born in another country some all yeah I can understand it's got its own issues without a doubt but she's an American citizen right you can't you can't do this now of course he's doubling down saying anybody that's telling him he's a bad guy he goes why is it that all these becomes a racist comment on what I said was not racist what I said was these women these progressives are running our country well now they're he's right because the way that's been spawn is atrocious C. attacking women of color that was like the headline of course course the gonna use that in mind it's like a you know you can't but he's but listen now the more he does this kind of stuff no one believes look at CNN's ratings they came out over the weekend no one's watching yeah except now the hard core extreme leftist to trump haters are watching CNN anymore don't they have zero credibility the US I thinking right anything they come out with and say against them nobody believes anyway so in the end this maybe were actually really helpful he needs to shut up as far as I'm concerned A. M. I'm trying to member he really ticked me off once before and I said that's it I'm done with them and it was because he attacks somebody else like you get a stopped doing this crap and I can't remember this is AL impactful it was it bothered me for like a week and now I can remember what he did yeah this is this most people don't like these four women just because of what they've they've said what right don how they've been portrayed even if he Palau's he didn't like them last week you should just let it go let needs to take care of it because she was about ready to destroy all of them but now he's getting Nancy siding with them again true so he's he's taking her power away because these these four five idiots are going anywhere now aggressive left in the Democratic Party yeah well they hate Nancy Pelosi to believing she came out last week and said we are the Democrats there's five of them yeah and they she said to a see there okay CO Cortez you know what a glass of water could have won the race in your district I was like wow I was pretty intense I mean that's a pretty bold statement to say for Nancy Palau's he shot up your car not special great statements from nervous Nancy and she needed a nap for forty eight hours but that's alright she's still she's still sleeping I think yeah she's I'll wake her up around ten cleaner teeth but that's okay that's all right so I don't know this array does seem like you just spun out of control because it's this whole thing started with what he was railing against I think what set him off was he was watching fox Sunday shows they said the how far they slip and they look like everybody else neighbor I was just on a wheat raid chair then maybe watch that five our tennis match she was getting frustrated and warm out yeah my name is Shannon depend snuck and it's still the phone out of his front pocket is it give it back Mike and then they wrestled for a little bit to get it back and then he went on a Twitter store so we imagine it goes and what is a funny speaking of the tennis tournament was a five hours combined the energy of the sports guy Roger Federer may be the greatest of all time but what's his name Novak children because it she gave him yesterday they had like and they had a tie it was incredible I mean honestly watch tennis for five hours and watch and that is it was like watching a heavy weight fight it really was because the amount of strategy that actually goes into tennis I mean number one you can't tell on TV but that Paul's impossible the hit back with what they're putting so much spin off all and there is there going on these fifteen shot rallies hello this is incredible I think tennis is in trouble with the men's game because they've perfected it's almost unwatchable I think because they're so good and it's always Federer and Djokovic right click on these two guys all the time on the dollar was the all he he actually lost to Federer in the same house okay but no I mean it really was because while it like you said bill they just they're perfect so perfect it was just that whoever made that little mistake first right was gonna lose and that's Federer and then make that mistake in the tiebreak in the last set unfortunately Serena Williams did not to claim her twenty fourth major title she lost the woman she lost to was the one of the cocoa coffee that's right they all call idea like that cocoa you can be by the girl who ended up winning all of it and she's back in Delray beach you go we'll be watching her at the US open is the best story alternate she was left out our kids do not encumber the.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Twenty four hours a day Twitter Bloomberg business slash it had pulled his enough that I'm Caroline have go with this the great day business slash though in the empty session I've read Asia we pretty much left on the embassy I Asia Pacific but we're heading for a loss on a weekly basis the topics so we could two tenths of one percent I intend to the gate is Shanghai called up half of one percent CSI three hundred was against seven tenths of one percent that Japan and South Korea meeting about that trade spot although neither side sees would take unity a key to resolve the trade issue at least for now the other thing that the markets of course have been digesting the dovish comments from the fed versus the strongest CPI print does that mean complications for US policy makers we had a slight the pulley bid thirty year bond auction yesterday will that deter the fed from cutting trade is the pull back bets on a half point cut the July also that inflation data the total so weekends off to the inflation figure I'm way down a tenth of one percent of the project on the spot index this morning a couple of interesting calls for you a bad cools for Japanese stocks on the topics of particular Blackwell could DPS downgrading the nation's equities on the way remember we've got ending season coming very soon a JP Morgan's fifty billion dollar funds has halted holding of developing nation fixed income and equities to three percent basically citing trade worries trade tensions also hate Singapore an unexpected contraction in GDP I'm also watching the storm in the Gulf of Mexico it's been scaling the officer of worry for output to a close reading the Gulf of Mexico and Angie and on the cruise WTI crude is up six tenths of one.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin a tech talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries by mark mills this is Bloomberg right mark thank you very much eight minutes here past the hour our next guest on the show today is Paul Solti founder and editor of shell to research Paul great to have you with us in our studio so we want to talk a little bit about your new book a I in quantum computing for finance and insurance because it really has an awful lot to do with what's happening in the market so at the moment we just had a story about the the new tech board in Shanghai surprise you can start with that I was thinking you know is it moving too fast because in some sense there's a lot of supply coming to market but then I suppose it's not fast enough for those companies that are being introduced to new investors that's right so I think in the same way that China is speeding up the technological advancement especially up like fabrication plants because of this US China you know difficulty in this long term conflict you know I I see coming I think exactly the same way Shanghai is speeding up its development of its financial markets in a single system to become more autonomous so I think this this this new board is precisely a reflection in financial markets of the same thing is happening and happening in technology for our listeners on so Emily with this please explain what exactly this tech board is and what role it is playing how what kind of liver says a poll and how does it do it well I think what we're seeing basically is that increasingly Shanghai is doing a lot more experimentation in terms are becoming more autonomous in terms of becoming more independent from Hong Kong and Hong Kong's various boards I think it's trying to become more innovative in a more of a nasdaq style of local listings and and so I I I think it's going to keep on going down this road and I do believe it's going to become xcelerated because of what we're seeing in Hong Kong so everybody's obviously looking at the next paying on or the next ten cent door or Ali Baba we can start with with this area of quantum computing nobody really understands it the least among among Lehman like us but anyway if you as you look across the Asia Pacific which companies do you think are starting to show a little bit of an agent in quantum computing well that's right it's very very few this probably only five five entities in the entire Far East India add nothing Japan nothing Correa nothing Singapore has a star which is a a governmental body and Hong Kong China is being very secretive as is the U. S. but I think Ali Baba is pouring a great deal of money into this I think one way is pouring a great deal of money into this and probably two or three other governmentally related companies the only other **** a pickup entities in the world that have this isn't a National Security Agency has one IBM and Google but in in in China the only company that has it is basically Ali Baba we use is this aspect though of me being secretive this aspect of developing any kind of technology is so important I guess we'll just on the question I want to ask me come back Brian is with all the reporting has been done on copying in China what is Mr possible to think about that yeah we'll get to that in just a few moments to take another close look at the markets here in the Asia Pacific today just seeing more more red numbers on.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Twenty four hours a day it starts now good morning it's five o'clock it's Monday it's the first day of July it is going to be hot and humid and rainy later this afternoon we got a lot to unpack here on a Monday oftentimes Mondays during the summer are really slow news days today would be the opposite of that there is a whole lot going on we're gonna update as the president is back at the White House this morning after his trip to the G. twenty summit and the first president ever to go to North Korea we'll get details on that coming up in just a couple of minutes our top story this morning in the fact of the matter is people are distracted when they drive some twenty eight new laws go into effect today here in Florida impacting drivers students and immigrants across the state that's just the tip of the iceberg Joe reporter Katrina scales takes a look into some of the things you can and can't do this July first here's one you may have heard of already it's now a legal to use her phone while your car is moving and you can't touch your phone for any reason if you're driving for a school or works on but it is okay to pick up your phone while stopped at a red light or stop sign law enforcement will start pulling over drivers they see texting starting today but until the first day of twenty twenty the only issue you a warning as a T. requirements for bright future scholarships get tougher and it's going to be increased to around thirteen thirty legal analyst sherry do it says that could affect a lot of families with kids going to college that goes into effect today and then there are laws that will become effective in October like this one state and local governments are now prohibited from having sanctuary city policies for undocumented immigrants I'm Katrina skills for a complete list of laws that take effect today tap the news button in the news ninety six point five W. W. act coming up a historic weekend in Asia for president trump that story is next on Orlando's morning news is.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Twenty four hours later and the whole scene is still to possible to decipher golden say just pulled off Barack was comeback. And yes, I choose that word with intent miraculously because down six zero momentum staring into the eyes of entire nation. Ready to celebrate the warriors needed something extraordinary shirt. Six points, only two threes and step in claim three in a row. But you were watching you. They were done, then they weren't still alive, and yet and speaking with Steph listening to Steve Kerr above Myers, something inside them had died when Kevin Durant went down. Yes. I choose that word with intent to because their tone and their words were reminiscent of funeral recruits that their guy had come back after a month away. Look spectacular then went down and keep which ends his season. Buyer said blame me for his tears in a press conference, but like any scene that I can recall clearly, he was aware that everybody seemed to be looking for someone to blame for what happened. They forced him to come back. They shouldn't have played him if that was a possibility. Well, let's handle that forced him to come back. Exactly. The guy who showed up to Rucker to grab a run in the seven who lives to play pick anywhere, anytime with anybody who joyfully dancing with his teammates before the game. He was being held hostage. Forced to go. Believe that to be true. None of us know with teams physicians and players, too. But this Pacific injury work that the risks we can't know his achilles was on the verge of going whenever he got back out there. Now this summer playing pickup next season. But it did. And it sucks. And they're surely more eloquent way to say to more accurately down three one on the shelf for month with this injury. You're one of if not de best players on the planet only, you know what you feel physically and emotion. What Gatien's had Kevin Durant. Feel internally to get back out there and try to save the day how much of the chatter did here. I don't know maybe looking so good. The gates was the worst thing that could have happened because tricked everybody into believing everything was the strength of the mind, overcoming the weakness of the body than one basketball movie. It's all anybody wanted was to see both sides with all hands on deck. We've got it for a quarter and change. And it was magic while now the butterfly effect is seismic through the remainder of the finals NBA. What a moment the rare, singular event that impacts everything everything, not.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the world twenty four hours a day. Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business app and tock on Twitter. This is Bloomberg radio. Deadly tornado deadly quake. I'm Christopher cruise to people are dead after a tornado destroyed a two story, motel and damaged homes in a nearby trailer park late last night in El Reno Oklahoma. The town is thirty miles west of Oklahoma City mayor, Matt white this morning. We transported sixteen from the scene. Thirteen vehicle. Transfers on top of that. Those were all for minor to critical condition. We have absolute had two fatalities. The medical examiner. We'll take care of the notifications and they're doing that right now. They're on the scene. They have been on the state for some time. At least twenty nine people were injured some of them critically. The US Geological Survey says an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of eight point zero hit north central Peru this morning, and this update now, one person was killed at least eleven people have been injured in Peru. Seven people have been injured in neighboring Ecuador, President Trump and Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Ave, went to a sumo match today and got in some Gulf. They apparently have not talked a lot about trade. However, correspondent Bora Sanchez says, the president seemed to have other things on his mind. Some daylight between these two leaders on key issues including security, and that came to the forefront after the president tweeted this out about North Korea earlier in the day, the president writing, quote, North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbs, some of my people and others, but not me. I have confidence that chairman Ken will keep his promise to me, one of the more than twenty democratic presidential. Candidates says democrat shouldn't try to match Mr. Trump insult for insult Pete Buddha. Judge on ABC provokes us in ways that make it very hard for us to do anything but respond in kind nicknames. The tweets the insults, and what we've got.
"twenty four hours" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To being twenty four hours a day. We're gonna be talking with you on to Griffith in just a second. She was inducted into the women's Basketball Hall of fame and deservedly. So she is a two time Olympic gold medalist and a seven time WNBA all star. And she really is considered one of the greatest rebounders and defensive players in the history of women's basketball, and she was voted in by the fans as one of the top fifteen players in WNBA history. She was WNBA MVP and a defensive player of the year. This was a complete basket ball player. And then right after that somebody who's been with me, many times on the program, and I always like checking in with him. I've always had some wonderful, philosophical discussions with Dr Harry Edwards. He's a sociologist and activists. And he has been a consultant for major league baseball the Golden State Warriors, the San Francisco forty Niners. And also the NFL on the issues of racial diversity in sports. And if you go back to nine. Nine hundred seventy to make it sixty eight actually in the Mexico Olympics, he organized, the black power and equality gesture at those games. And when I talked to him, what I like about Harry Edwards is E puts things in perspective. And I've had a lot of listeners, tell me when they listen to him, you know, never looked at it that way, and he brings such clarity to some of the issues that really have come up with sports. Particularly recently about active players, and what they need to do to stay safe and to be successful. So we're going to kick things off with Ilana Griffith as we continue on sports byline. We all have those home projects, we'd like to get you before summertime but there's always something that gets in the way for a lot of people. They worry about overpaying for their home projects, and how can you be sure you're getting a fair price? That's where homeadvisor can help home advisor's. True..
"twenty four hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In twenty four hours over the weekend here in Indianapolis six people shot and killed in a twenty four hour span. Let's go to the hotline right now. Rick Snyder is the president of the fraternal order of police here. In indianapolis. Rick lift it right into it. Everybody knows the deal when the weather gets warmer, you gotta be on the lookout because crime seems to go up with everybody knowing that's the case with so much money being available to the city and the state with so many groups like the groups that Reverend Charles Harrison has walking the streets. How come we're not making any progress here? Well, I think you have to knowledge the fact that. Anytime you have multiple people murdered with an twenty four hour period. I should be all hands on deck in terms of addressing the issues, but we didn't get here overnight, and we didn't just get here because the weather warmed up for the first time in two thousand nineteen important. Remember, the context of we're on the hills of the fourth record year of murder levels in our city. So this has been an ongoing issue that no one can seem to get their hands around. Before anything you have to. Now, there's six different families that have lost a loved one for whatever reason. Whatever activities were involved, you still have six folks from within our community but have lost their lives over the weekend. An incident of mass murder. That has occurred and. Though, it's becoming accepted accepted situation in our city. And that should never be the case you put out a tweet over the last couple of days, quote, the inconvenient truth. These numbers demonstrate are the failures of our society as a whole what do you mean by that? Well, I've seen a lot of reports talking about the gun violence in Indianapolis. It's not gun violence. It people violence. We gotta get back to what's more important than what's in one hand is what is in their heads and their hearts, and how did we as a society get to this point questions? You're not gonna you're not gonna get quick answers and solutions overnight, but we will never get there. If we don't start having that that discussion and asking those questions it's much bigger than any one person or anyone elected official or anyone group, and it's much bigger than just the police being able to combat these issues. We can't change the hearts and minds of our community in terms of driving somebody from. Simply wanting to commit violence tackling the root causes of that. However, what we should be saying there will be strong accountability in the interest. And I think that's a big contributing factor to what's going on here in our city, which are the the falls in the failings of our criminal Justice system, right here in Indianapolis, especially as it comes to the local bond rule issues on when people were arrested as well as the garnered by the gel overcrowding that we have in our county, and we need to talk about what the contributors are to that. Rick Snyder from the fraternal order of police here in Indy and Rick on a national level. We're seeing a lot of prison reform, you some President Trump get behind that. And I it seems like there's a lot of people behind that push. But on a local level in almost feels like there has to be much tougher penalties for these repeat offenders because every time it feels like we have one of these situations where there's a violent stretch, it's mugshot on mugshot. Violence. Here's here's the deal. The first step act, President Trump signed into law the leading advocate of that was the national fraternal order police. It was your rank and file officers said reforms need to occur on that front which is posted and imprison and that is occurring. That's a good thing. However on the front end there has to be accountability. In the heat of the moment in the situation when someone is arrested, especially for an act of violence. Firearm residential injury resisting law enforcement officers fleeing vehicle there has to be some kind of accountability that says that you are going to sit here for a little while until we get better read on what your background is in Marion county. They don't even appear in front of a judge by design. They don't even appear in front of HR when it been alleged to commit a crime such as that felony. And instead they simply issued a five hundred dollar bond in the release back on out on the street. Many of them have prior felony conviction. That's the issue. We should be looking at if you have a prior felony conviction and you're in violation of probation parole or anything else you should be held a little longer to get our hands around. What exactly is going on? Instead, we release people right back out that is what effects the credibility in the confidence. People have in the criminal Justice system. And then what are you know, people are very reluctant to cooperate with our investigations because they fear the people we. Just arrested are gonna come right back out. And right back to the neighborhood. Many officers would tell you I would be reluctant to cooperate with the police if I knew the Bagai was coming right back to live next door to me. So it's an issue that we have to tackle in terms of system. But listen, we've been good people in our criminal Justice field are judges are prosecutors all these things, but we have a thing called the house and rolled act of ten zero six that requires mandates that are local jail hold state prisoners in our jail today are Marion county jail has over four hundred jail beds that are being taken out up by state prisoners, if you freed up four hundred beds, we can keep a lot more people in jail and Marion county, and then you would find these crimes start becoming preventable. So in the interim, what we have asked the media outlets to do is fact check us on this you go and start checking public records on the people that we are are being arrested for crimes violence, especially murders. Nonfatal? Shooting and victims alike in which will find many times one or both of the parties should not have been there for that crime to occur because they should have still been in jail, but they were released too early and without any count ability on the backside. Rick Snyder, the president of the fraternal order of police lodge eighty six here in Indianapolis talking about the awful spree of murders took place in our city over the weekend six homicides in just a twenty four hours, man. So Rick is the answer to this trying to find some solutions. Here would more prisons help out. I mean, would that be something that would be beneficial? You're looking at the backside issue, I think the focus to be on the front end, which is in locally here. In indianapolis. We have to get back to basics in terms of enforcing the laws. We need to sort of enforcement of the existing laws, and we need a criminal Justice infrastructure that support de-escalation we talk a lot. About the escalating all the time. That's all we hear about in. Indianapolis deescalation also involves taking people who are committing acts of violence removing them from the situation. They sit in the penalty box for a moment till things can cool down. And we can make sure that the victims have the support and resources they need that's not occurring because people are getting out of jail before the officers can even finish writing the arrest report. And then we're seeing the same people again. And we wonder what's happening. We are on levels of murder just this last weekend. This last twenty four hour period of time, we're outpacing Chicago, Illinois on what's going on here. So my point in this is I think most citizens agree. It's time for our elected officials in our department leaders and our community organizations to put their britches on roll up their sleeves and get to work on this issue be visible Beavis when you have six people being murdered in your city in twenty four hours. We need to be seen. Some folks leaders. How in the forefront? We're getting back to basics and how we're going to support our law enforcement officers to tackle these issues. I didn't see that occur over the weekend. One more thing before we let you go here to throwing money at this help in any way, because I'm gonna read a couple of tweets here that came from one from Abdul one is Reverend Charles Harrison Abdul tweeted today with the wake of the recent murders and Indy in the last few years of record criminal homicide. We need to ask what the central Indiana community foundation is doing all day with a million crime prevention dollars because it's not working. And then Reverend Charles Harrison replied to that quote. India has seen a seven year surge in violence since the crime prevention dollars were removed from the mayor's office the last four years India's broken criminal homicide records the crime prevention grants should be given to groups that can help reduce the nonfatal shootings and murders. If there anything to either one of those statements does money help the situation Reverend Harrison makes a very key point. And we play stock in. Into what he is saying. And I say that because I represent the women and men the rank and file that are that are on the front lines in the neighborhoods twenty four hours a day risking their lives. He represents an organization that has voluntarily going into the same streets and neighborhoods and trying to help contribute and make things better. All right. And there are resources that are available for both entities be able to work more effectively in partnership together. However, we do see these dollars being moved over to what have been. People that have been hired within the city government to be advocates on the criminal Justice front, the public safety front what I can tell you is that in at least in my role, representing the the the seventeen hundred members of the Napoli metropolitan police department, I've had no formal meetings or introductions with any of these community advocates and and peacekeepers as they've been called. And I haven't seen them. So I've seen members of the ten point coalition. They've stood shoulder to shoulder with our officers on the seems very heinous in violent incidents trying to provide resources and solutions. I haven't even met the ones that are being funded by the city. So I can't speak to exactly what it is that they are doing, but I can't speak to what Reverend Harrison and his group has done not about politics. It's about people. We can find solutions. But we gotta come together to do that. And remember people are dying in the interim something has to be done. Rick Snyder as the president of fraternal order police lodge. Eighty six wreck we always appreciate your insight and your time. Thank you, sir. Thanks for avenue. Six homicides in twenty four hours. We were worst in Chicago this past weekend. We absolutely have to do better than this. The ninety three WIBC matchup..
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"There are two twenty four hour warming centers that are open on the south and west sides of the city and with the city is doing is trying to partner with some of its many, many like city planning partner agencies that it contracts with to provide support to families and residents in Chicago trying to get them canvassing out all night twenty four hours a day to try to get people to leave their belongings get homeless people to leave their belongings and head to shelters. You know, a lot of people are hesitant to do that in fear that they'll lose their stuff overnight. And so they're trying to meet people where they're at according to city officials and try to get them into get them connected to homeless shelters or one of the five warming buses that the Chicago transportation authority is using as mobile warming centers throughout the city. You know, Mariah, you know, in addition to the homeless population, obviously there are other populations low income families who. I'm wondering if folks are not able to get to work today. And what about people who whose who live in low income housing who's pipes might not be up to code, and you know, really might find themselves in a dangerous situation. Yeah. Our buildings department says that it's expediting all complaints to court for landlords that aren't keeping apartments heated up to code. They have to be heated to sixty eight degrees during weather like this at least. And so I think that the city's trying to prioritize those claims and complaints, but for people who can't get that fixed right away for you know, busted pipes or heat that just is out of commission right now, they're trying to place people with temporary housing and any of the, you know, hundreds of shelters that are run throughout the city. So those residents are encouraged to contact the city through our three one one service to get temporary housing for them and their family where they can be heated in safe warm place. Also talking about vulnerable populations the elderly and children, our children our schools opened are they closed where do the elderly go. Yes. Chicago public schools canceled classes, not just for today. But for tomorrow, as well, we have a high think at last check of about two degrees tomorrow and the wind chill even lower in the negatives. So, but obviously that puts families in a tough situation in terms of childcare, I think the city park district warming centers are offering activities for kids from eight thirty to three thirty.
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