35 Burst results for "Twenty Four Minutes"

Durant's 29, Harden's triple-double lead Nets past Pistons

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Durant's 29, Harden's triple-double lead Nets past Pistons

"And then that's overcome a dismal first half to outlast the pistons ninety six ninety after playing to a thirty nine thirty nine draw on the opening twenty four minutes Brooklyn came out of the break hitting fifteen of nineteen shots outscoring Detroit thirty nine twenty three in the third former piston Blake Griffin help provide that separation scoring eight of his thirteen in that stanza Kevin Durant led all scorers with twenty nine is the nets won their fourth in a row to improve to six and three rookie K. Cunningham notched a team high seventeen for pistons one that dropped its fourth straight falling to one in nine Danny capturing

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Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener

"Tyler hero scored twenty seven points in just twenty four minutes off the bench as the heat blow out the box one thirty seven ninety five just the group of guys that that are around me I'm able to to be myself and a woman you want me to be myself you know this the life into me every single day but I mean yeah it is I mean is so I am Miami took control for good by out scoring the defending NBA champs forty seventeen in the first quarter they led by twenty nine at halftime and thirty six heading into the fourth quarter bam Adebayo provided twenty points and thirteen rebounds while Jimmy Butler chipped in twenty one points Yanis intend to Kubo had fifteen points and ten rebounds for the box who open the NBA season with the one twenty seven one oh four rather the nets on the ferry

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Antetokounmpo has big day, Bucks trounce 76ers 132-94

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Antetokounmpo has big day, Bucks trounce 76ers 132-94

"The NSA tentacle portal over twenty four points fourteen rebounds and seven assists in just twenty four minutes as the bucs blasted the seventy Sixers one thirty two ninety four we played great it was awesome everybody enjoyed it hi everybody played hard to remove the bullet had one assist and then that last four numbers of them everything was great and tend to cope up past Glenn Robinson for second on the team's all time scoring list Bobby Portis added seventeen points to help the walkie beat the seventy Sixers for the second time in three days G. Milton Tyrese Maxey scored fifteen apiece to lead the seventy Sixers who played with that Jo Ellan be because of a sore right shoulder the Sixers fourth straight loss drops of one full game behind the nets for the Eastern Conference lead on the ferry

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Making Medical Deliveries by Drone is Solvable

Solvable

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Making Medical Deliveries by Drone is Solvable

"Explain to me how it works in other words. There's a there's a nurse who sees that. She needs a particular blood product in rural tanzania. Does she pick up a phone and call. Someone is the How does the system work. And how is it that the drones are ready to go and are they. Are they in some kind of medical base to start with. What does the system look like. Although there's a lot of complicated technology behind the service that we provide the experience of this service that solve is extremely simple which is essentially a push a button on a phone. Get the medical product that you need to save a patient's life delivered to your gps coordinates. There's no training really required for nurses or doctors health workers. They can place orders in a number of different ways other van online form or by calling the phone number or also by using what's up what's up actually winds up being incredibly reliable kind of infrastructure In in a lot of these countries and so any nurse or doctor health worker complacent order all of the complexity of you know autonomous aircraft and like getting regulatory approval and knowing how to do safety and maintenance et cetera is kind of handled in the background. They'll get a text message. Saying thanks for letting us know order has been dispatched. It is twenty four minutes away and then much like using ridesharing. they'll get a tax when it saying. Hey the products one minute away. Please step outside. it's gonna be delivered in turmoil. Box and the drones. Really move fast enough to make this work. Yeah so the juicy simple technologies blind builds distribution centers and the aircraft themselves we employ teams of engineers operators at each distribution center on each distribution center can serve around twenty thousand square kilometers or something. Like eight thousand square miles Which is typically between two ten million people so for example we cover the whole country. Wanda to distribution centers cover the country of ghana with about eight. That's where we store. Inventory of medical products and then each distribution center will serve around two hundred to four hundred primary care facilities in hospitals and each of those facilities is getting a delivery often several times a day sometimes several times a week depending on the size of the facility would essentially teleportation. It means that now it's possible to teleport products from central place out to all these different places where patients may need something. The benefit of having teleportation like service for national health care systems is that they can dramatically improve access particularly for renewable populations. They can reduce waste. Because you're sending less stuff out the last mile and before it's actually needed by patient and finally you can actually increase the diversity of the products that are available at prior carefully so it makes it possible to treat patients closer where they live

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Esports League Rundown

League Rundown: A league of Legends Esports Podcast

06:45 min | 1 year ago

Esports League Rundown

"Start this week over here and most beautiful place. On god's green earth in downtown santa monica with the l. c. s. aright where the grass is green and. The pain is over fifty. We are starting with our week. Five results here starting at the top of the table. We've got an interesting rundown for you in terms of standings and by interesting i mean this should come as absolutely zero surprise to anyone who's been falling for any amount of time here this year in first place cloud nine at ten and two tied for second we have. Tsm and one hundred thieves at eight and four fourth place as a three way. Tie to round out your playoff teams evil geniuses dignatories and team liquid all remain in control of their destiny immortals to entire games behind in seventh place. Fly quest down there at four and eight and eighth and tied for ninth place. We've got seal g and golden guardians. Who that's for the in terms of standings. Let's talk cloud nine top of the table. In how did they do this week. Nine had a banger of a weekend. I'm really really satisfied with how this team performed this weekend. Everyone is looking fantastic right now. Honestly perks has some absolutely popoff. Plays on yasuo in the blank. This weekend He was looking awesome blabber. Just absolutely runs train on one hundred thieves on olaf. He's still looking amazing. I honestly don't understand how this guy still getting. Olaf when champion pool is more like an ocean. I guess you know. It's kind of hard to ban out. Everyone right yeah and then you know they also had just a pretty good win vs golden guardians. This was a really really good week for c. Nine they displayed a a show of dominance that i think is important for them to show versus lower tier teams and upper tier teams like hundred thieves the takeaway from this weekend see nine looking fantastic. I'm happy with this team. And my favorite thing about this team this season so far is they have displayed the ability to play like everything they can play. All sorts of different team calms they can play all sorts of different styles and be super successful on it so lots to love from. Cnn radio man. I wonder what it's like to be a fan of a team. That's like the best in the region. Can you feel so good what it feels like to be yankees fan fan now recently. Hey man at least. I always tell myself no matter how bad things get. At least i'm not. Cgi got even fan. Just seal g actually entire org. at least you're as an entity the idea mostly. Yeah yeah oh yeah. I was just gonna say overall c nine great weekend moving on. Yeah and i think a key point here is they did go up against one. Hundred thieves created separation against a team. That's currently tied for second. They did in just such an incredible manner. It was like every single lane. One like blabber just played out of his mind perks actually styled on monday on the blank it was just such an awesome game. In addition to that there was actually a little not really an interview but ls during. I think it was a co starring. He was doing as well. Fudge seanang fudge came on just chatted back and forth with him a little bit and revealed that perks. Basically said yeah. It's just demonte. I could totally take leblanc into him and fucking popped off. I think he got a level. Three solo kill level three or level. Four to play a little vision. Game with perks had award kinda thwarted the whole thing and it cost him onto his life. Basically and the game like there's no way or less. Yeah that snowballed everything out of control so his brutal really really. Well played for nine showing that even if they were close in the standings. This matchup is just so nine favored. There's also been a lot of chatter specifically from people who are in the know that one hundred thieves has a major mental block against the nine. They absolutely hate playing against him. So little fun. Little tidbits for y'all there. All right seni- jumping down to. Let's talk about the two teams tied aid right now for second place. Tsm and hundred thieves. We'll start with the less fun. One which is of course hundred thieves. Who has kinda struggled a little bit throughout the course of this entire split. Not looking nearly as strong as i think we all would of hoped. Jack's talked me about their weekend. All right so other than the cloud nine game that we just touched on mcleod nine blew them out of the water. Hundred thieves mostly had a good weekend. They beat seattle g. They had a close call but they then recovered from their close call. Took control of the game back from seattle jian won the game Close calls is more of like they. Lucked out into a wake-up hopefully they don't make same kind of mistakes of leading finn. Just do ridiculous nar things when his team's losing miserably they literally flipped a to k gold lead into four k gold back. Yeah and flip within like eight minutes. Yeah it was stupid. That's nuts g. You can hear this hill shawn's voice because the game had it but from the perspective of hundred thieves like other than the one mistake that was such a huge swing the game. Well they played really well against dignatories capping the shit out of fate god and the rest of the team playing fine or or well depending on the player like demonte didn't have a great day in general. Don't they didn't have a great weekend in general. Let's be honest but then yeah the cloud nine game like to cut blown out in twenty four minutes. It was brutal you mentioned it was monte attempts to do a bush play like bait something to get away and that was the only thing like someday played without respect for fudge it all and got punished repeatedly for it like it was rough. It was really rough.

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No. 5 Illinois dominates Minnesota 94-63 for 7th win in row

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

No. 5 Illinois dominates Minnesota 94-63 for 7th win in row

"I would assume who recorded his second triple double of the season and Kofi copper scored twenty two points in twenty four minutes leading fifth ranked Illinois to its seventh straight win I ninety four sixty two pending a Minnesota December delivered nineteen points ten rebounds and ten assists three games after becoming just the third Illini player to post a triple double we shot the ball well you know teams on their stimulus you know there is something what we do best and something more aggressive but you know he's not against them John just won open manually put up a lot of shots and arm it was not his fault and I feel I had a thirty one eight edge in fast break points shot fifty six percent from the floor and forced eighteen turnovers I'm Dave Ferrie

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Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

"Long do you think you can hold your breath. i don't know no learning sack minute. Well showy try it. Kate winslet just set a record for holding her breath underwater to film a movie scene. She was an underwater scene for avatar. Two and she held her breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. No way now that beats the old record set by unsurprisingly tom cruise. Tom cruise held the record for the longest breath. Hold while filming underwater previous to this for mission impossible rogue nation when he went six minutes holding his breath. That's insane kate. Winslet said it was brilliant. And i was very proud of myself and i'll probably never be able to do that again. It came at the end of four weeks of intense training and it was in the dive tank. It was in the training tank. But i loved it so neither kate nor tom will break the real breath holding record anytime soon of you ever heard what the actual guinness record is for. David blaine hold it now. Alec alexey cigarette vendrell. Whoever that is twenty four minutes and three seconds. How do you live.

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One-Stop Reality Escapes Week

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02:56 min | 2 years ago

One-Stop Reality Escapes Week

"This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes.

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"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty four minutes to go before the top of the hour as we make our way into Wednesday with first light so are you getting back to work now many of us are almost every state forty eight states in the country right now doing some sort of re opening in trying to get businesses back on their feet now we've been paying a lot of attention to small businesses and the situation that they are in so we want to find out what's it gonna take for them to to get up and running during this period as as America re awakens and the best way to do that is to get information from the latest poll from a line of bull which is the largest online referral network for small businesses across North America so let's bring in a line of bulls co founder and CEO Eric groves Eric welcome back to first light it's wonderful to be here thanks so much for including me it's the perfect time to talk to you because you've got another one of your surveys and this is based on three hundred sixty thousand poll responses from small business people and they're part of your network so the first question is now what in places where's businesses are being allowed to have some kind of re opening are they ready to start up well it's a great question and I think if you sort of go back in time you think about the impact that all these business owners have had on their businesses the lack of availability of cash reserves that they had you know going into this some six weeks ago and really the failure the relief funds to actually inject capital in are these folks are in desperate state right now and they really really want to get back to work and so when we polled our members and ask them how soon after the state or that the province reduces storage lift the restrictions we returned fully reopen your business they are very large percent over thirty two percent said they would go back to work immediately and so so it tells you the sort of that band that had stopped his ire these folks have to get back to business wow that's immediately so where where would we be you know three four weeks out do you think that amount of restrictions being listed fifty four percent would say that they would be back in open so anything it means to be open while you can open your doors you're really not open for business until someone actually walks through that door and starts to transact with you and the biggest concern these business owners have right now about re opening their business is that thirty eight percent of small businesses basically said their biggest concern was our customers being afraid to return to their business battled fear and uncertainty is coming into the equation and the number two concern which was just short of adding thirty six percent was the concern that state and city officials would then if there was a resurgence in the outbreak would immediately close the businesses again so there's a lot of fear and uncertainty even though it was a lot of desire to get open there's a lot of uncertainty into whether or not they'll be able to stay open and the customers will actually come back is all that money being pumped out from Washington actually getting to these small businesses we've tracked that over the last so the war five weeks now and just last week it was a twenty eight percent of the folks that applied had actually received the cash the great news is this past weekend when we did it again that number was up to fifty percent coming up on twenty minutes before the hour here on first line we're talking with Eric Grove CEO of a line of bull and their state of small business report their survey of thousands and thousands of small businesses and would like to know based on these numbers is is any of this encouraging yeah it is very encouraging I mean think about small business owners or entrepreneurs they're incredibly creative and innovative people and they really want to get back to work forty five percent of them it actually had to close their businesses only one percent we're saying that they were closed permanently they're optimistic they want to get back to work and I will find a path to get back in business but they are going to need some support to get there and the things that they're looking for in order to get back to business are number one they want to help their community work together so natural disaster recovery it always comes back to a grassroots effort that leads communities through the recovery process and they get that so they're starting to come together and work together to try and formulate a strategy so that they can draw consumer spending back into the local economy of course there are other things that they would love to see like a universal testing available for folks you know ultimately a vaccine but their starting point is all about rallying together building a grassroots movement to draw customers and consumers back and to drive that award to towards recovery is there a pathway from these numbers tell you how long a full recovery could take that's going to be dependent upon how fast we get the testing in place and then the next milestone will be but we have a vaccine and all your all reports out there saying that's going to be way down the road a bit and so you know we're really focused on is how do we help these business owners actually find ways to come back into business and start generating real revenue in a realistic way so what is the new normal going to look like you know during the corona virus outbreak we all shifted our behavior towards online purchasing delivery and that's you know that's great from a convenient SharePoint but that's horrible for our local economies a hundred dollar purchase major online site maybe generate a dollar in local commerce based on the fact that the driver delivering that pack did she happens to live in your community if you compare that hundred dollars being searched by the local business you're talking sixty to seventy dollars or sixty or seventy percent of what you spend staying in.

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty four minutes before the hour now first light on a Friday morning and that coming up a little later this half hour we're going to talk about a new problem with your credit cards during this virus crisis that you may not have been aware of right now let's take a look at what's happening on Capitol Hill Congress has delivered they delivered the next package of spending to get some relief for employers and even some hospitals and small businesses we want to find out how this went because this is the first time that we've had members of the house of representatives in the chamber since things close down a month or so ago let's bring in Linda Kenyon from Capitol Hill to find out how it went good morning Linda good morning good morning so were they wearing their masks on the floor yeah you know they had these rules where they were supposed to be wearing their masks at all times except when it was their turn to speak and then they were supposed to remove their masks some removed their masks some didn't there were is a quite a collection of colorful masks and some of them very state specific from various sports teams for instance but for the most part the mask situation seem to be according to plan I will say there were a couple of members on the Republican side of the aisle who did not wear masks at all either when they were speaking or when they were waiting to speak and was social distancing their private practice there as well as political distancing yes social and political distancing normally it's just the political distancing but in these days of coronavirus the social distancing was paramount the members were not allowed to sit next to each other there had to be distancing there and they had to vote in US groups according to what they would've done alphabetically they broke them up into nine groups and they've that in fact I had the had the added drama of lengthening the votes so a fifteen minute vote took I believe eighty five minutes and there were two votes yesterday and so it took hours actually how many members made it back to town we had almost three hundred and ninety four members that's a lot that's almost everybody that is interesting and public will taxpayers will like to know that they're getting their money's worth at least for us for this week it passed almost unanimously one exception being Justin a mosh but does that mean that most everybody liked the legislation well we had it was kind of an interesting breakdown we had three hundred eighty eight voted for it five voted against it and Justin Amash voted present and I'm not really sure I understand that because to come all the way back from his home state of Michigan only develop present I I don't get it but none the less he was there thirty five people were not there and of the five people who voted against the bill for Republicans and one was a Democrat Alexandria Ocasio Cortez from New York voted against it the Democrats the Republicans Jody hice of Georgia Andy Biggs of Arizona can bulk of Colorado and Thomas Massie of Kentucky twenty one before the hour Capitol Hill correspondent Linda Kenyon is with us on first light this morning so were there any changes made to the legislation or did they pass the same exact bill the Senate did they pass the same exact bill and then it went immediately to end in Rome ceremony where they actually put the bill in a nice binder and they say a few words and then they send it off to the president so I think we're up to around two and a half trillion dollars now that's been passed in recent weeks but in recent the last two months by Congress for business relief in testing and treatment and payments to individuals and people who are unemployed so just very very briefly what is what is in this bill that that that people with the small business need to know this is approximately four hundred eighty four billion dollars the bulk of it goes to small businesses some of it goes to hospitals and for corona virus testing the original bill was just for the small businesses and it was about half as big and in the was held up for almost two weeks because the Democrats were negotiating with the administration this at first of all wasn't enough money for small business the money that was supposed to be for small business didn't necessarily go to the right places so there needed to be some guard rails and and and some kind of a control over that and they also said that you have to help small business absolutely but you also have to help hospitals and you have to do something for corona virus testing they also wanted money for state and local governments but that did not get into this bill so this was a bloke our small business bill mostly for the paycheck protection program so that employers can keep their employees on the payroll and and then if they do so than their loans are forgiven so these forgivable loans are quite on a hot prospect and because of that it basically was siphoned off in the first few days and some of the smallest of the small businesses never got a crack at it is my impression correct that they've picked all the low hanging fruit and that the next package is going to be much more difficult to get past yeah already we're having some indications that one of the things that's going to be a sticking point is funding for state and local governments the Democrats are saying that a lot of the state local governments have no revenue coming in and many have actually had to lay off first responders nurses for example who work at public hospitals sometimes your police and firefighters and of course our public school teachers and so they are saying as long as they have no revenue coming in because there's the businesses are shuttered and there's no sales tax and a lot of states they depend on sales tax and they've also had to lay out an awful lot of money that they hadn't planned on spending one then the corona virus hit so the Democrats have been fighting for some money for state and local governments but we heard an idea that was floated that sort of landed like a lead balloon when US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he would consider the possibility of just letting some of the states and local governments filed for bankruptcy that might be a good solution a rather than have them get government bailout money so to speak and of course a lot of states and local governments got very angry about that he may have just been trying to see what the what the reaction is going to be and we don't know if it was a serious proposal are he was just as I say floating out that idea but so far it has not gone over quite well and the Democrats are still planning to fight for funding for state and local governments and Republicans may be willing to go along but by early indication certainly not with respect to the bill that just passed did they seem to be amenable to that well there are states that have it in their constitutions that they have to balance the budget so I don't know where how it fits in with declaring bankruptcy I guess that balances if you don't have to pay your bills well yeah that would be difficult for many states all right Linda appreciate your coming by and letting us know and then I guess after mask back on and check the latest okay thank you be well sixteen and a half before the hour now Friday morning with first line you got a break coming up we'll come back with top headline sports and.

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What's with the school committee Tuesday St Patty's day time now for the might drop with this morning's Mike Gavin good morning well it seems that it takes a village to get the message out to people to keep their distance and stay home during the corona virus outbreak despite pleas from government officials that everyone is heeding the warnings that forced one pilot in Austria to get creative in his bid to get the word out the pilot's name to wider new staff took off yesterday morning and it landed twenty four minutes later having traveled some seventy miles and spelled out a message with his flight path stay home the message could be seen in the flight radar tracker and was shared by the site's Twitter account where it promptly no pun intended went viral yes we we got to do what we gotta do here I think I saw something yesterday to a blouse is there were two d'italia's who were walking locally in their neighborhood I with their dogs okay I just encountered each other on the streets right past each other yeah somebody had shouted you know in Italian I'm not there because of like if you go home if you could have gotten what the dog yes the the road forcing rules on each other certainly not within six feet of each other he's gonna stay across the street and this one is a bit of a head scratcher pun intended construction hap that fell into the Mississippi River five years ago was found in an unusual place forty three hundred miles away in Ireland Liam McNamara said he found a hat adorned in LSU's purple and gold colors on a beach in county Clare and sought help from social media and tracking down the original owner of the headwear McNamara was helped on his quest by a sticker on the side of the hat belonging to operating engineers local twenty five which led him to a man named Matthew Bonnett bonnet said he'd been working on the Mississippi in Louisiana in twenty fifteen when his hat fell in and then started its five year journey of down the river through the Gulf and across the Atlantic the hat will have a much quicker journey back to injure it back to its original owner with McNamara saying he will Mehlis back to bonds that's crazy wow I mean that's that that's a journey I mean I get not only you exit down the river you know off of Mexico it across the Atlantic and we north to write down the right and straight across and I guess you know you're the obviously with the mercy wherever the currents are gonna take yeah he's I guess it floats still like I still don't have flowed as mother question yeah I don't realize they floated yeah yeah so unbelievable that is insane not sure how long it took but I mean at least a least a few years from then on the beach right and so the guy in Ireland yeah name is Liam McNamara has the sure that's definitely not originating which confirmed that Liam McNamara maybe an Irish native that's like Michael Gavin like there's just no mistaking that no mistaking right now and perhaps a distant relative I was like thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news.

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In twenty four minutes if you coming in from Davis for slow down though doesn't happen to you get on the highway fifty traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Brian nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. today sunshine we're looking at some clouds highs near seventy degrees in the valley and tomorrow some low fog in the morning Bob and sunshine with a high in the mid sixties in the valley Saturday starts to cool down a little bit highs in the low sixties and that's a look at your forecast on this Thursday morning and we get over Zak foster our technical producer for a little news from your neighborhood would he have for us yeah this one comes out of the Davis enterprise and the city council in Davis has unanimously approved a wireless ordinance that will not stand in the way of five G. okay so they're going to just go ahead let that go yeah it's kind of controversial people don't like those boxes on the sides of buildings they wonder if they're like health of beatings and trying to find it in certain cities and that's what almost makes this story news worthy as so many you know towns and cities are fighting five G. or trying to you know control that its development in some way Davis has stepped out of the way and said that they're just gonna let five G. develop naturally Iman and John LA times reported this morning for the first time in four years so we're living longer well that's good our life fixed up expectancy up but for the first time in four years due to lower death rates for cancer and drug overdoses okay well that goes well with the story I have here I just want to one more cafe okay we're living just a month longer but that's for you right well you know you're going to need to pay for yourself for that month that you're living longer a younger Americans who often get a bad reputation.

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The 5 Best Podcasts for Kids

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

The 5 Best Podcasts for Kids

"I'm Maggie McGuire. CEO of Penna the first and only audio on demand service for kids three to twelve. The theme. I chose is best podcasts for kids I chose this theme because it Pinna were passionate about. Oh kids audio we call it. Imagination lead entertainment. Here's my list of top PODCASTS. For kids that spark imagination and are fun entertaining and educational. So here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Maggie. Monday's episode comes from Story Pirates and is called glory and the friend adventure slashed the big chance chance featuring Jeremy Sisto. It's thirty seven minutes long. If you are a fan of sketch comedy and musicals then this podcast brings both together in half hour episodes so that are silly wacky filled with music and always surprising. A big bonus. Is that the ideas for each episode written by kids who submit them to the story pirates in the hopes of seeing their stories brought to life by troupe of professional actors storytellers and Comedians. Tuesday's episode comes from brains on and is called the secrets of the spectacular spacesuit. It's thirty seven minutes long. This is a must-listen podcast for curious. Kits every episode delves into why. And how how things work where things come from. And so much more the topics are wide ranging which makes it great for any kid they can learn. How elevators work to the design ideas behind roller coasters in why some of US feel sick when we're writing on them and on and on Wednesday's episode comes from mother-tongue with Serene and is called Italian Elian? It's a quick seven minutes long. This podcast takes listeners. Around the world to learn new words in new languages listeners will learn about culture music food and language and are encouraged to respond to Serena calls to sing speak and repeat throughout the episode Thursday's episode comes from Hero Hotel and is called called the side King. It's twenty four minutes long in this fiction comedy adventure podcast listeners. Meet Chet Zabriskie who works at his grandmother. Z's hotel for superheroes superheroes when trash monsters Glam rock singers and static electric villains invade the hotel all while the heroes are on vacation unwilling to lift a finger. It's is up to chat and his superpower cat boomer to save the day Friday's episode comes from the BBC's animal sounds Affari and is called the luckiest cat in the world world. It's eighteen minutes long. This podcast is delightful and chock full of animal facts along with some weird wacky and slightly gross facts listeners. Find out all about the luckiest cat in the world. How slots go from slackers to superstars and what odd noises? Cute Fluffy Koalas make those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Maggie for this week's theme best podcasts. For

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Anonoby scores career-high 24, Raptors beat Hornets 132-96

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07:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Twenty four minutes before the hour Friday morning the end of the work week for many of us here on first light as well so yesterday was just one of those days could go down in history as a turning point because now after that the hearing with the whistle blower on Capitol Hill two hearings when in the house one in the Senate the one in the Senate behind closed doors house Democrats seem to feel that they found their smoking telephone call and so for the first time there's a majority of the house of course it all Democrat votes between maybe about two twenty five to two thirty in the only need to eighteen to to cause an impeachment to go forward and if they decide that they're going to vote the to impeach the president and then as everybody expects it would go to the United States Senate but what happens there is much more up in the air than you might think so we we need to find out about this and it was down so that we know what's going to be coming up and then you can tell your friends you know make make barbets and say so it goes to the Senate is going to be trial right and then you maybe can win some money as we are joined now by Ross Garber who is a professor of constitutional law and other kinds of law at Tulane University he knows a lot about this so thanks for joining us this morning on first light professor. I'm happy to be here so you apparently know enough about impeachment that you can help us out with this question now we've always assumed and it had been the case in the past when the president has been impeached it has gone to the Senate for trial. I thought that when the president nominates a Supreme Court justice that the Senate is supposed to conduct a confirmation process that didn't happen and now there's some doubt as to what actually might happen in the Senate if for instance Mitch McConnell says you know what I don't want to do that so what what is the legality of this what's in the constitution how does this work. is that the Senate is the sole Trier of the impeachment it's up to the Senate and to the Senate actually gets to set the rules of the Supreme Court has ratified that there is no court that's gonna review how the Senate performs its trial. the court is going to look over the Senate shoulders the Senate gets to decide how the trial goes with the procedures are what the rules are and I think it's pretty well accepted that the Senate can decide could not even hold the trial at all thanks in the bill Clinton's impeachment and removal proceedings of this and that there was a motion to dismiss that was filed by Clinton's lawyers and considered by the Senate and so that is a possibility here if this case gets to the Senate the Senate could decide to dismiss the charges without holding a trial now when you say a motion to dismiss that sounds like something that would actually technically be considered part of a trial yeah but it but it's not because people think about a trial with the think about or witnesses testifying. and presenting evidence documents and the triers of fact in this case senators sitting around and and listening to the testimony and considering the evidence and so by motion to dismiss it was sort of short circuits that process where essentially the senators would say you know we don't even think there's an off here. your evidence and go through the whole trial procedure I think most people agree that that's within the Senate's right to do if they decide to do that so the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is the presiding person in the chamber so would be up to the Chief Justice to decide to dismiss. that's not the traditional wall with the Chief Justice in. presidential impeachment trials but we only had two and so it's it's hard to say it's more likely though that it would be the senators themselves with the side. whether to dismiss the charges and not even have a trial or have a trial so what this whole process looks like it's very much up to the Senate which is you know is controlled by Republicans at this point law professor Ross Garber of Tulane University is with us this morning on first light so if there is a a motion to dismiss would have to be done by a photo and if so what would carry a majority two thirds. we wouldn't have to be compared to probably would just be a majority of the Senate that we have to decide to. the card is in the whole trial the other thing that could happen is that the Senate decides to. not hold proceedings at all. no way to force the Senate actually do anything in this regard so the way it would work is the house would present articles of impeachment the Senate and the Senate could just sit on those articles and not do anything at all the whole trial not even dismissed the charge I think that's unlikely. wouldn't look very good. conceivably that's what the Senate could do no one can force the Senate actually hold the trial so why would the founding fathers leave all this ambiguity in this procedure which just opens up the possibilities of all kinds of political mischief the the Democrats might think well you know if the Republicans just staff we send this over there and they do nothing and then we were stuck we're done with our investigations we can't make headlines we can't continue to investigator made points we're we're we're just stuck in neutral and if they fear that that's going to happen they could just stretch this on run out the clock and continue on with their impeachment enquiring right through the election season and continue to score points without having to actually prove it in a trial and the Republicans might say well you know what that we can just dismiss it out of hand and and remove this as a campaign issue or we can be in a rush it through. get a verdict have hips and basically allowing that the Republicans to say well he's been acquitted he's innocent so does this too much mischief involved here politics how did the founding fathers not not done realize that actually. framers actually structured the way they did for a reason they didn't want to take the politics out of the impeachment removal process the notion was power. location in the office. the politics involved in. impeaching and removing the public official also in part because it provides for accountability back to the people in keeping this is not a strictly legal process in fact it's mostly a political process. legal and political life in addition to teaching about impeachment for impeachment so you're probably defended for impeachment for and any other lawyer ever hash. always a faerie faery political process there's no way to take the politics out of it and the framers. it's hard to see who benefits from any of this I I don't see the Democrats benefiting. each meant and I don't see the Republicans benefit by playing around with it it seems like an awful situation where both sides are kind of stuck there so it'll be very very interesting to see how this works out but I know right now there are a lot of people saying I had no idea and they're shocked by what they are probably probably shocked by what they're hearing from you professor. buckle up I think they're gonna be a lot more shocks the common this is a very very rare process hasn't happened often in our history and there are very few power tools and so I think the listener should probably be prepared for more surprises well we've been talking with a professor Ross Garber of Tulane University where he teaches law thanks for being with us this morning at first light thanks for having sixteen before the hour now on first 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04:06 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on CarCast

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02:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Twenty four minutes past the hour on first light. Monday morning money. Asian shares were mixed in their first of the week trading. European markets open narrowly mixed with US stock futures slightly higher in the early morning hours and Cates is monitoring the markets for us. What you got there in Michael action has been choppy on Wall Street lately, strategist at double line capital, say, despite the deep uncertainty in the financial markets right now, it's too early to either hunker down or going massive buying spree, but double also sees up to forty five percent chance of the US economy, falling into a recession within six months, a possible impact on investors. Is this week's meeting of Federal Reserve policymakers while no interest rate cut is likely this time around the fed watch tool places expectations of a reduction at the July session at eighty seven percent. The focused also on trade wars, the United States. Trade representative's office will hold public hearings on tariffs starting today companies and leaders from industry trade groups are expected to testify on the economic. Calendar updates on homebuilders' sentiment. Housing starts and existing home sales. Plus earnings are due out from Barnes and noble supermarket operator, Kroger, and Darden parent of olive garden and Red Lobster. Michael, thanks and Cates. It is twenty five minutes past Kevin car is here and shaft is back. Good morning. Michael. Yes. This is quite literally, the third movie called shaft, and it's not a remake. It's a somewhat direct sequel to the previous one. So, of course you had the original shaft in nineteen seventy-one with Richard Roundtree, then you had the shaft pseudo sequel in two thousand with Samuel Jackson directed by John singleton recipes. And now you've got shaft again in two thousand nineteen starring Samuel L, Jackson, also having Richard Roundtree in it. But then you've also got shaft son or grandson, played by Jesse usher in the new movie, essentially, you've got John shaft, played by Samuel Jackson, working with his son, who's an FBI. Analyst who's a little bit more straight laced. And the two of them are have to work together as a team to go after this one drug dealer, you get the standard mix of the comedy of the old school versus the new school, which sort of shaking finger a little bit at the original shaft saying, oh, you shouldn't be so misogynistic, you shouldn't be so macho, you should have a little bit more connection. So, honestly, a similar Jackson is greatest. Shaft. The, the problem that I have with this is there's a lot less of the classic shaft in it to go for the comedy and the new the new school version of it. All right. Then kevin. So how many shafts are we going to reward this one with, well, there are three shafts in this movie, but I'm only going to bring myself to award at two and a half shafts out of five mainly.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

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760 KFMB Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It is twenty four minutes before the hour. I Wednesday morning on first light, and you know, about one hundred fourteen confederate symbols and that includes forty eight monuments have been removed in twenty two of these United States in the last couple of years. You know, what happens in these stories, and, you know, sometimes they're done in the middle of the night because of the city people city government does not want to have trouble when some folksy these monuments coming down, and they also don't want celebrations by people who are happy to see them go, but there's still a lot of controversy in many places, and what's been happening. There's sort of a new movement now with we've in some places city councils and state legislatures moving to either protect or or take away protections for the for these monuments memorials to confederate soldiers or just to the cause in general of the of the confederate cause and so it's moving into state legislatures now a legislative approaches that the way to go. Better than you know, folks demonstrating up and down streets and getting excited. We there has been some violence over these things and women killed in Charlottesville a couple of years ago and a lot of wounds still in that city and the monument in fact that they were that caused all the trouble down there. Robert E Lee still up. I'm not sure if it's still covered by a tarp or not I've not have not been in that area for for while. But last I saw it was covered by a tarp. And they may have taken tarp off. I'm not sure, but the monument is still there because they're all kinds of legalities about the the land that it's on. It's public land or state land or private land and who owns it and how you can remove things. And and there are some some grandfathered clauses about things being built before certain dates can be removed certain things built after or before other dates can't be removed. So there's a lot of technicalities on these things. But a lot of a lot of people. It's not a technicality. It's an emotional thing either, you might be emotionally attached to the idea of honoring the confederate soldiers or you might be emotionally attached. Finding them distasteful reminders of time and a cause that you disagree with and don't want to be reminded of especially if the confederate flag evolved, which is it's a very hurtful symbol for so many people who don't even like to see it. Because even that is an irritation and bother other people, I guess perhaps feel some pride in that perhaps more as a cultural thing rather than a political statement. But at any rate, that's where we are this morning and one of the latest battles has been fought out in the Texas State legislature the legislature there runs out pretty soon. I think they've only got maybe less than two weeks left to go, and they had a lot of testimony recently in a lot of emotion. A lot of opposition from some legislators who did not like the Texas Senate moving toward proving a Bill to would actually have the effect of expanding protections for historical monuments. So we're going to bring in our correspondent from Texas now Clayton Neville to get us up to date on what's happening in the Lone Star state. Eight Michael the Texas Senate has voted to approve a Bill that would make it more difficult to remove confederate monuments or any historical statues from city your state property a practice that became increasingly popular after an attack in Charlottesville Virginia at a white supremacist rally in two thousand seventeen Texas Senator Brandon Creighton authored the Bill that would require a supermajority of two thirds vote by state or city governing body to take down on should not decide the fate of our pieces of history behind closed doors. Creighton told his colleagues that history shouldn't be a raced, even if it's viewed in a negative light. I'm just simply saying we need to own it outright. And then we need to continue to wall and continue on that journey continue to learn from it. So that everybody can be educated correctly. Some black senators in Texas, not thrilled with the proposal Senator Boris miles.

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KOMO

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"It is twenty four minutes before the hour our Wednesday morning on first light, and you know, about one hundred fourteen confederate symbols and that includes forty eight monuments have been removed in twenty two of these United States in the last couple of years. You know, what happens in these stories, and, you know, sometimes they're done in the middle of the night because of the city people city government does not wanna have trouble when some folksy these monuments coming down, and they also don't want celebrations by people who are happy to see them go, but still a lot of controversy in many places, and what's been happening. There's sort of a new movement now with we've in some places city councils and state legislatures moving to either protect or or take away protections for the for these monuments memorials to confederate soldiers or just to the cause in general of the of the confederate cause and so it's moving into St Leger. Dislosures now legislative approaches that the way to go better than you know, folks demonstrating up and down streets and getting excited. We there has been some violence over these things and women killed in Charlottesville a couple of years ago and a lot of wounds still in that city and the monument in fact that they were that caused all the trouble down there. Robert E Lee still up. I'm not sure if it's still covered by a tarp or not I've not I've not been in that area for for a while. But last I saw it was covered by a tarp. And they may have taken the tarp off. I'm not sure, but the monument is still there because they're all kinds of legalities about the the land that it's on public land or state land or private land and who owns it and how you can remove things. And and there are some some grand about things being built before certain dates can be removed certain things built after before other dates be removed. So there's a lot of technicalities on these things. But a lot of a lot of people. It's not a technicality. It's an emotional thing either. You might be emotionally attached to the idea of. Honoring the confederate soldiers or you might be emotionally attached to finding them distasteful reminders of time and a cause that you disagree with. And don't want to be reminded of especially if the confederate flag isn't evolved. Which is a very hurtful symbol for so many people who don't even like to see it. Because even that is an irritation and bother other people, I guess perhaps feel some pride in that perhaps more as a cultural thing rather than a political statement. But at any rate, that's where we are this morning and one of the latest battles has been fought out in the Texas State legislature the legislature there runs out pretty soon. I think they've only got maybe less than two weeks left to go. And they had a lot of testimony recently in a lot of emotion. Lot of opposition from some legislators who did not like the Texas Senate moving toward proving Bill to would actually have the effect of expanding protections for historical monuments. So we're going to bring in our correspondent from tex-. Now. Clayton Neville to get us up to date on what's happening in the Lone Star state, Michael the Texas Senate has voted to approve a Bill that would make it more difficult to remove confederate monuments or any historical statues from city your state became increasingly popular after an attack insurance Vilbert junior at a white supremacist rally in two thousand seventeen Texas Senator Brandon Creighton authored the Bill that would require a supermajority of two thirds vote by state or city governing body to take them on down. One should not decide the fate of our pieces of history behind closed doors Creedon told his colleagues that history shouldn't be a raced, even if it's viewed in a negative light. I'm just simply saying we need to own it outright. And then we need to continue to walk and continue on that journey continue to learn from it. So that everybody can be educated correctly. Some black.

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760 KFMB Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All right. Twenty four minutes past the hour now on first light, Monday morning money shares retreated in Asian stock markets today after those trade talks between the US and China wrapped up Friday without a deal. European markets dropped in early trading US, stock futures plunged deeply again overnight and case checks checks in our look at how Wall Street this morning. Good morning in nineteen stock market rally has been impressive. But now faces a big obstacle trade tensions. The resumption of the trade war between the US and China has concerned investors and hit global stocks the S and P five hundred and the Dow Jones industrial average fell more than two percent for the week. After President Trump ordered to hike in tariffs on Chinese goods were two hundred billion dollars strategists. Denny research say ten to fifteen percent stock market correction is a real possibility if the trade tiff continues to escalate on the earnings calendar this week a biggie. Walmart and investors want to know if the retailing giant can rain in the massive costs of battling amber. Zahn while mart has grown. It's digital business by forty percent, and as giving workers a hefty pay raise with both also pinching profits economic calendar. This week look at retail sales. Jobless claims the pace of construction on new homes and consumer sentiment. Michael. All right. Thanks and Cates. Twenty-five pass now. Kevin cars here, the new bio pic to tell us about this one for book lovers and film fans and raptured with the world of Lord of the rings created by j art poking. Good morning, Michael. Yes, toll keen is a drama about the life of JR token from from his younger days is growing up as a kid with some family issues, and then going to school eventually becoming old enough to serve in World War One. So it shows how he developed his his learning and his education and throw out the time started to develop what would eventually become the characters in the story in the setting in the languages for the Lord of the. The rings and the hobbit its stars nNcholas Holt who is you've seen him in us in the expert movies. He's been in British television. He plays Tolkien. You've got lily Collins as though the woman that he loves who is in the boarding house where he lives sense, it is a standard bio pic, a it's not a full of adventure. Doesn't have the adventure of the Lord of the rings is looking at his history and how he developed the books and how he developed it almost from a language perspective. I don't think it's necessarily something for people who loved the Lord of the rings books because it's not about the Lord of the rings. It's more where the ideas came from. So I'd say it's more of a period piece drama than it would be for fantasy. I mean, if you wanna see hobbits dwarves elves, you're not going to see them in this movie. You're going to see basically, the intellectual beginnings of okay movie on the life of j r toll keen, so how many hours are you giving.

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760 KFMB Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Coming up on twenty four minutes past the hour on first light Wednesday morning money. Share skated in Asia today after the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than four hundred seventy points yesterday. Oliver mounting trade tensions between the US and China European markets mixed in early trading as US stock futures are down slightly overnight. CNBC's Tanya Hanson joins us now. With a check on what the investors are watching for today. Good morning Tanya. Good morning. Michael Toyota and Honda report quarterly earnings results before the opening bell on Wall Street this morning, also reporting the New York Times Wendy's and Office Depot after the closing bell. The mouse reports we hear from Disney FOX carbon CenturyLink interactive ST, hostess brands, Roku and Tribune will also release quarterly results. China's vice premier returns to Washington DC today before trade talks begin in earnest tomorrow can will electric Intel and Gilead sciences hosts their annual shareholder meetings today. President Trump heads to the redneck Riviera Panama City Beach, Florida toes to campaign style rally tonight, it's his thirty ninth rally in Florida since he began campaigning in June of twenty fifteen a quiet day today on the front with no big report scheduled to be released. But we do find out. How many people applied for mortgages last week? Thanks Tanya Hansen at twenty five after. The our Kevin car joins us with some movies. We're getting a fresh look at good morning, Michael. Yes, we've got a couple of theater movies that that came out earlier this year that you're getting on DVD and Blu Ray. And of course, that you can rent for a reasonable price or stream them LEGO movie. The second part of the second LEGO movie came out, it was a little bit softer than the first LEGO movie, but it's still a lot of fun. And now, you can take it home and watch it with your kids. It doesn't hurt as much when you stepped on it as a real ago. There's also the prodigy, which is a little horror film about an evil child and evil. Children harm movies are their own little sub genre. So so that one's out there for the fans of the scary movies. And then what men want which starts tragedy Henson as a woman who can suddenly read men's thoughts and uses that to sort of better her life, one of the things I like about about this particular feature is the way you bring in some of the films that have been we haven't seen for maybe a long long time. You got some re releases in there as well. Yeah. Now that they've got. Four K of Blu rays, which is twice the lines resolution, you can release older films and some movies like backdraft, which just comes out this week in for ks. So you can get a higher resolution of backdraft the of the Ron Howard firefighter, pick from the ninety s and then also.

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KOMO

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty four minutes before the hour. Now, I think this may be a first Gary Lewis and the playboys appearing on first light count me in all right count me in. But don't ask me if I'm a citizen. That's what some people are saying this morning. They don't like the idea that the Trump administration wants to put a question saying is this person a citizen of the United States on the twenty twenty cents us. They've been taking a census now for, you know, a couple of hundred years, the the constitution wants us to count all persons that helps ensure that we have a democracy, but folks are concerned that this actually will work against democracy because the census is supposed to enumerate. And that's what the constitution says enumerate get a count not find out who's under the heads. So it's now before the supreme court. It's gone all the way to supreme court lower courts have held against Trump administration saying that commerce secretary and the Commerce Department is responsible for administering the census every ten years. They're saying that the commerce secretary Wilbur Ross broke federal law by putting that question in there that it's not what congress intended because congress is supposed to write the rules for the census. So the lower courts have said you can't do it. So it's been appealed all the way up to the supreme court where it would appear that the conservatives put on the court by President Trump are going to just based on their questions that they were partial to letting the commerce secretary and the Trump administration get their way on asking that question here is what at stake in getting this count. And why it's so important to get an accurate count in the census, so many things are based on that electoral college votes, the number of seats in the house of representatives estate gets the flow of federal money to different areas. So many of these things are based on the population count. Now, the people who are concerned about this say that by asking a question about citizenship, you are not counting. Now, you are getting into it's not quantity, you're dealing with. You're dealing with the the the quality of the individual. Visual characteristics of the people, and this is not supposed to do that that we need to get an objective count deal with immigration deal with citizenship in other areas, but leave discount as accurate as you can now most of the experts, even some of the people who are in the administration pushing the idea say, yes, this may affect the count. But you have to trade these things off I believe that the solicitor general knoll Francisco, and he's the lawyer who argues before the supreme court for the administration. He said, yes, it's a policy judgment, and you way, cost and benefits. And he says, quote, you're always trading off information and accuracy. So he says, well, we want to get the information. And if it makes the vote count a little less accurate, so be it. Now, the thing is it would benefit the president's party. At least that's what the folks on the other side of this argument are saying that all these areas where people may not answer the question tend to be in large cities, which tend to be democratic are on the coast, which tend to be democratic where there are large populations of migrants. Both. Legal and illegal now, if you're illegally you certainly don't want to answer that question, I suppose you could lie. I don't know what happened if you were lied. And if I don't think they're gonna ask you for your passport at that point. How would they know if you're lying, but even a lot of people who are who are here legally or on? Some kind of temporary status on green cards, whatever. Even if they're not citizens. They're supposed to be counted because they are part of services. I mean, if you're giving out highway funds to highways based on population, and that sort of thing, and how much money your state gives in you wanna make sure you get the right count. Those people are using our services, and even some people like that, according to the folks on the other side, they say they don't wanna come forward. They're afraid of issues like that they're afraid of what they see happening with the border patrol and ice and the department of homeland security they will just stay away and figure it's just safer not to even get involved, and that's going to skew the count. So that's where we are this morning. I wanna get your thoughts on that. What's more important? The accuracy of the count or finding out who is a citizen. Maybe there's another way to find out. If people are citizens, don't mess it up in here. And they have to get this done soon. We're gonna know soon the supreme court ends its term they go on their summer vacation starting in June and they're often till October. And and that's when they give out their big decisions. And that's about the time. They have to actually get these things. Printed up out into the into the states that people can can start filling them out they go. They go door to door electric ways of doing this. But I know we've had people come to our house, and you sit down at the table, and you answer the questions, and it's Mary, very interesting. It's very very fascinating to see what's going to happen here. But we want to bring us up to get you up to date on what happened yesterday in the supreme court while you are dialing eight hundred seven three six three six six to offer your opinion. We're going to get a report on the argument yesterday from our Capitol Hill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon, Michael. How important is the census where about to find out? The census is a headcount it determines federal funding for states and municipalities. It also determines states representation in congress. If the headcount is inaccurate. It could have negative consequences for the population. And since the census is conducted every ten years, those consequences would become pounded. That's why the addition of citizenship question was challenged the nation's highest court, and that's why new York Attorney General Latisha. James was there to present the argument the sentence.

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"twenty four minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Coming up on twenty four minutes past the hour now on I lied, Monday morning money. Asian stock markets closed generally higher in their first of the week trading. European markets open mixed and US stock futures also showing mixed results in the early morning hours business reporter, Tom Busby. Joins us now. Good morning, Tom. Good morning, Michael. It's a new week on Wall Street. It'll be short one though, all stock and bond markets closed. This Friday for Good Friday J P Morgan Chase kicked off the new earning season. Last Friday reporting a record nine billion dollars in profit. That's just in three months, even troubled Wells Fargo Bank made nearly six billion in profit. It's April fifteenth for most of us that means federal taxes are due today. But it's patriots day in Massachusetts and Maine residents there have until Wednesday. This summer may be a tough one for air travel. Southwest. Airlines canceling all flights on the Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet through August fifth under a lot of pressure from safety. Officials Fisher Price is recalling nearly five million rock and play in. Infant's sleepers that's after thirty infant deaths in just the past decade just in time for prom season rent. The runway will start renting out dresses from big designers like Fendi and Marc Jacobs for young girls. And so far this year. US retailers have announced nearly six thousand store closures that's one hundred thirty more than all of last year. All right. Thanks, Tom Busby. Exactly twenty-five pass. Now. Kevin car is here with a look at the new hell boy movie. So I was looking online earlier and social media full of complaints that this hell boy character has has no expression on his face. Good morning. Michael. This is not a remake of the original hell boy movie with you. Guillermo del Toro did with Ron Perlman. It's actually continuation. So there's sort of trying to reboot the franchise, but they've got a new director, and you got Neil Marshall instead of del Toro. And as you mentioned you've got David harbour instead of Ron Perlman. Now, David harbour is not quite Ron from. And I think it is a fine job acting. But I think the the the effects on his face and the makeup effects on his face doesn't lend itself to expression, the movie itself has an okay concept. It's about a hell boy in his team trying to stop this ancient witch from coming back to the earth and destroy humanity. So monsters going to walk the earth. The problem is in the execution and the writing it doesn't hold together told in a whole bunch of awkward flashback moments, and they have a bunch of fighting sequences that just kind of go on forever. They're heavily CGI was wondering about the language because the trailer drops an f-bomb. So as a suitable for young kids. Oh, God, not at all. No, I would not take a child to this movie. I mean, maybe a teenager if they're into this. But it's it's it's made to be a harder movie because hell boys always been kind of a rough comic from the dark horse series. But it's not a it's not something. That's like a good superhero movie for little kids or anything like that. It is rated R,.

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"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Twenty four minutes past the hour on the JD show done Jetta, Victoria, Doug is in Ireland this week. And this is the beautiful voice. Luke, bryan. Yes. Yeah. Definitely and his tight pants. We love Luke, Bryan. And the fifty four th academy of country music awards are just days away at the performance line up has gotten even bigger check this out Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton. Gotta love him. He's my other country boyfriend. So I'm I'm a lucky girl Keith urban Old Dominion, they've all been added to this already star studded affair in addition to the new performance scheduled. There's a stacked talent of presenters. It's also been revealed, including Laura Elena Lynn, black Jessie, James decker hunter Hayes, lady antebellum Midland partly peers, Michael Ray at Cole Swindell really, this is a who's who of country music television host Nancy Odell retired racing driver danika. Patrick actress Beth bears. She was on two and a half. Mad? Wilmer valderrama. Dennis Quaid will also serve as presenters previously announced performers. Include brandy, Carlisle, Kelly Clarkson, jerks, Bentley Khalid with came Brown Burr Brooks and Don will also perform during the evening as well as Eric church. Luke combs, Dannon shea, Florida, Georgia line and Ashley McBride. So this is pretty incredible. In addition maranda Lambert. Macintyre George strait, the brothers Osborne. Little big town mayor and Morris, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton. And Jay's now dean who was named ACM's. Dick Clark artists of the decade award winner will also take the stage as performers this show will be jam packed. It sounds like it's going to need to be seven hours, but it will air on April seven starting at eight o'clock on.

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How Long Can Animals Hold Their Breath?

BrainStuff

04:40 min | 3 years ago

How Long Can Animals Hold Their Breath?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren vocal bomb. Here. You like most humans can probably hold your breath for about two minutes though, in two thousand sixteen Guinness world records clocked free diver, a leash cigar Vendrell of Barcelona Spain holding his breath for a little over twenty four minutes, which is of course, completely wild. Humans aren't built for breath, holding we've got other priorities like world domination if we had spent even a little more of our evolutionary history working on holding in air instead of making our brains giant and complex. We probably could survive without oxygen at least as long as the average beaver which is fifteen minutes. But there are lots of air breathing animals that are built for breath holding a sloth can hold its breath for a whopping forty minutes because it's able to decrease its heart rate to about a third of the normal a sleeping sea. Turtle can hold its breath for up to seven hours at a time. A logger had turtles often forage underwater for around forty minutes in one go, but one study of loggerhead activity found that males. Can voluntarily sustain themselves on one breath or sometimes a quick charge. Up of several successive breaths for around ten hours. One female was observed going as long as twenty hours some turtles can spend all winter long at the bottom of a frozen lake in deep hibernation, not using their lungs at all the turtle secret is that during this period of almost complete system shutdown. It does take in a tiny bit of oxygen by breathing through. It's highly vascular is khloe the khloe being a single organ found in reptiles birds amphibians and even some mammals that serves as the animals exit for its urinary tract and digestive tract. And that's also the opening for their reproductive tract. Yes, they p poop and have sex with the single organ in turtles clinical respiration. They can also draw water up into their Koga and absorb oxygen from it, then flush it back out turtles, however are echo therms animals that rely on outside sources for heat. It's much easier for after therms to go without oxygen than enter therms. Like us mammals we use a lot of oxygen keeping our systems running hot. Which is why marine mammals like Wales seals and otters are so impressive. They can pull off unbelievably long deep dives in order to hunt for food. Tae-koo beaked whale, the deepest diving of all marine mammals and the one scientists think holds the record for the endothermic achieved the longest breath holding session these mid sized whales can dive around ten thousand feet that's about three thousand meters hunting four squid and other deep sea goodies, and they can hold their breath for an average of sixty seven minutes with one record dive that lasted one hundred thirty eight minutes before a coup. Beaked whale broke the previous record in northern elephants. Seal was the gold medallist caught holding its breath at one hundred nineteen minutes a sperm whale. Now comes in third place at ninety minutes. That's a long time to go without oxygen. When you've got an expensive mammalian metabolism to keep up, but lots of marine and aquatic mammals. Make it work by slowing their heart rates and redirecting blood away from their extremities into their brains, hearts and muscles. They even have special oxygen binding proteins in their muscles that allow them to store more oxygen than us land landlubbers. Today's episode was written by Justin shields and produced by Tyler playing for I hurt media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other multipurpose, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled to central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spoil the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion, the clothing choices of colts. Listen to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast.

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Who Has "the Right Stuff" for Mars?

60-Second Science

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Who Has "the Right Stuff" for Mars?

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. Quality here. Ingle Baraga ght-wing crank quality we copy on the ground. You got to the guys about the turn blue. We're breathing. Again. Thank align. Fifty years ago this July when Apollo eleven made its historic landing on the moon. Houston heard the news almost instantaneously within a second. Or so that won't be the case for human astronauts, exploring Mars, where the one way delay in communications could be anywhere from four to twenty four minutes, which will make it nearly impossible to carry on a normal conversation. The result is that Marshon astronauts will need to operate with a degree of autonomy. Space travelers have never had Leslie to church is a professor of communication and psychology at Northwestern University. And she studied the psychology and collective intelligence of simulated astronaut teams here on earth. Not only did they live in isolation and confinement in an analog, but they spent a proximity thirty percent of their time. Mm experiencing what we call extreme communication delay. Meaning that between thirty seconds and five minutes. One way was the fastest that they could have any communication go beyond. Just the other three crew members that were inside their habitat. She spoke February seventeenth at a session called building a winning team for missions to Mars at a meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science in Washington DC, the nine teams that we studied all showed improvement on what we would call behavioral dimensions of collective performance that is their ability to time coordinates sequence psychomotor activities improved. But let's talk a little bit about the bad news as the teams remained in isolation and confinement for longer periods of time their performance on what we call conceptual domains of performance their ability to think together to combine expertise to solve problems creatively declined with increasing time in isolation in. Certainly this is exactly what Autan Amee is going to necessitate of these future. Brave space explorer teens, they will be the ones who will have to autumn Asli carry out creative thinking problem solving and decision making with minimal assistance on or at best remote assistance from teams back on earth. The hope is by studying these simulations here on earth. We'll have a better idea which astronaut teams truly have the right stuff for a new era of space exploration. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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"twenty four minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And indeed, that's exactly the way approved inside twenty four minutes. Saudi eight even the lead. Well, while we expect is really just a ball thrown from the way did here looks like money's just don't say Griffey doesn't see it that we can gives a goal and a fat was good. This was a pure delight alley the list by Daniil on. Now. I didn't himself into an attacking position run out of the midfield. Good ball, buy rubbers, and then from here Gino and now in tied area to make that sort of decision and executed that way perfection like what you'll lobe wages say any damn removed. A couple of minutes into the second Saudi amount. Was involved in the build up. Most Sal, of course, the finish. Yeah. This is what we win for weeks to see from for menial table, play grit. Little by he'll Sela is no mission from there. So very comfortable in the end for livable who reestablish that three point lead at the top of the Premier League. And those the hang up to date tight lots which seemed to be shifting sands. Don't they Stevie? Yeah. You know, we've we've used a lot of words a little over the last few days. I know the wobbly bottling it bubble bursting jittery just to just to name a few of them this is back to normal. And this was this was just within needed going until it will break not just with a goals with the performance with a ton of players and will now them studio in this game. The he'd been messing for Liverpool. Not only did he scored a goal, but it just injects. Injects something into the rest of them Alexander. No go on the field at the end the game as well. So Liverpool getting by one hundred percent with the full squad and a great one. And that can only be good going into what is it real important period Champions League? And of course, Mahesh United next. Did you buy any of these terms hooping labeled unlivable over the last two weeks?.

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"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:18 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty four minutes before the hour on first light as we're getting ourselves. Ready to start another week, Monday morning already seems like it was just Friday as weekends getting shorter and shorter so zan's especially for government workers some of whom are going back to work today. It's been a while we're going to talk about that. And just a few moments. Our phone line is eight hundred seven three six three six six six. We'd like to hear from from you folks, who do you think is winning and losing? And where do you think we should go from here? I just wanna take moment though, to go back to some business. We had the other day we were talking about medical marijuana. This little bit of news came in this morning. Israel has just given final approval to a law permitting the country to export medical marijuana. The government. There is hoping that that's going to start really boosting investment in local industry agriculture in Israel. So Israel is now the third country in the world after the Netherlands and Canada to allow exporting of medical cannabis products. That's a follow up to some subjects. We were talking. About last week. All right now to the business at hand this morning. It is the government shutdown and the president over the weekend is raising doubts about whether he thinks he can get a deal on the border wall. He says the odds that congressional negotiators will come up with something to end the border wall standoff or less than fifty fifty in the president says he told the Wall Street Journal that he doesn't think they can strike a deal. He would accept and he says he's going to build a wall. Anyway, even if he has to use his executive powers to declare a national emergency. He tweeted last night. Does anybody really think I won't build a wall in all caps done more? And I two years than any president make America great again. So he's sitting back at the the overwhelming consensus at least by people who don't like him that. He was outplayed by speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi, but he's got some he's got some tough choices to make here. And a lot of what he does is going to depend on how his base reacts in the coming days because he does not want to do anything that's going to anger, his very very loyal political base. And if he puts together or any kind of a real deal any kind of a normal deal with Democrats and compromise in the normal way. That's gonna cause him a lot of trouble within his base. And he doesn't usually go against his base or conservative pundits on television and in other forms of the media. So it could appear that we are heading for another government shutdown. He said, I'll shut it down. And if I if I have to I will use my executive powers to build the wall. The problem is that would create a constitutional firestorm hundred percent guaranteed. That'll be. In the courts within twenty four hours in that could put off actually building anything like a wall or slats or any other kind of barrier for years and years and years now how's that going to play when he has to go face the voters for reelection. I don't know. It depends on how forgiving his supporters are I guess so anyway now that the temporary deal is in place. We've got a couple of weeks here now and talks are gonna take place between the special panel put together you have Republicans and Democrats from both the house and the Senate they're going to start meeting today, and they're going to try to come up with the planet. Everybody can sign off on. So let's check in now Linda canyon on Capitol Hill on how that may play out Linda, Michael they're waiting for their pay while the president is waiting for a deal. The bottom line is simply should never have a shutdown again. That's why Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the negotiations on border security after a thirty five day government shutdown must reach a deal the conference committee made up of Democrats and Republicans from both houses of congress has until February fifteenth to reach an agreement with President Trump if the president doesn't like what the committee comes up with is he willing to shut down the government again. Yeah. I think he actually is acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney was interviewed on CBS his face the nation. He's willing to do whatever. It takes to secure. For the border. He does take this very seriously. This is a serious humanitarian and security crisis and as president of the United States. He takes the security of the nation has is highest priority. In a separate interview on Fox News Sunday Mulvaney, said Trump also could declare a national emergency. And then find the money elsewhere to pay for the border wall, which has been his central demand, president told several months ago to try and find a money in every nook and cranny, he told every member of the cabinet to the exact same declaring a national emergency is not likely to lead to any immediate movement. When it comes to building the wall since it sets up a constitutional challenge that would have to go through the courts, Missouri. Republican Senator ROY blunt member of the conference committee trying to negotiate a deal tells Fox News Sunday he would counsel the president against declaring a national emergency. Thanks, a bad precedent. I hope the president doesn't have to go there on the same program democrat, Joe Manchin of West Virginia said his party is looking at the big picture crafting Democrats want to look at basically the whole holistic approach immigration reform, pathways four. Ford and mansion says there should be an added incentive for congress to reach a deal to one thing we can do to help the American society American economy in the American people is to make sure of a shutdown ever occurs. Borrow and making our pay stops immediately. The day the shutdown trust me there will not be a now Senator Schumer says if a shutdown occurs again federal workers shouldn't be the ones caught in the middle. I am announcing today that I'm supporting legislation that will make sure we never have another shutdown again that if the president, and the congress cannot come to agreement the federal workers are still paid at the level. They had always been paid. Instead of shutting off all the funds Schumer says not only will it. Protect federal workers. That will also limit the incentive of anybody a president congress or anybody else to use shutdown as a tool to get what they want. No one wins in a shutdown says, Florida, Republican Senator Marco Rubio. I don't think shutdowns are good leverage. It's a lesson. I've certainly learned in my time here there's been two shutdowns. Since the time I've been there and the aggressor neither one was the winner. Speaking on CNN state of the union Rubio added he believes Trump is willing to discuss issues beyond his border wall achieving border security is the key that unlocks the door to doing other things on immigration that he's expressed a willingness to do Michael. All right. Thanks, Linda Kenyon reporting for first light from Capitol Hill. So you see the president's got some almost impossible choices here. I mean, this this last shutdown got moderate voters really upset with him. His poll numbers were damaged. He's down to thirty four percent approval. Most of the country thinks he was to blame for the wall. Even among Republicans who overwhelmingly support building the wall only about fifty four percent of them say, yeah, shutting the government down is worth getting the wall. And the problem is that you have to remember the reason why Trump finally folded, that's because Mitch McConnell told him you're gonna lose the Senate here. We've already got six of our members who voted for the Democrats the next time around you may not be able to get anything through the Senate, and we may end up with a veto proof majority giving you something you don't like. And so this is the choice. He has also the the economy lost about six billion dollars during during the last the last thirty five days that's enough to take half a percent off the expected growth in the GDP this year. So that's bad news for the president. He's got some very difficult choices and a lot of it's gonna come down to his base. So members of the base are you going to stick with them? No matter what is do you have to have the wall or something else? More fencing more electronics more personnel more judges. What will it take? Are you going to stand by your man? And for those of you who don't want the wall built are you going to push, you know, DC who's winning.

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BBC, Michelle and Jeremy Corbyn discussed on Today

Today

04:17 min | 4 years ago

BBC, Michelle and Jeremy Corbyn discussed on Today

"Tonight Jeremy Corbyn will present his ideas for reforming the media industry when he addresses the Edinburgh television festival today. Including talking about the risk of a few tech giants and unaccountable billionaires in his words. Having too. Much control, of. Our public space in debate and? The idea of taxing companies like Facebook and using the proceeds to help fund the BBC we'll Tom Watson the. Deputy, labour, leader and the shadow culture centuries in our Brighton, studio good morning good morning Michelle how would this digital licence-fee work I in terms of of why the tech companies would agree to fund the BBC to help from. The BBC well Michelle let me just put this in context to benefits does Policy enough focus on media reform is being trying. To deal with the transgressions of the tabloid media that broke the law now we've got. A lot. Of pushback, Riley. From editors and publishers who said? Why you're focusing on that but you're not looking at what's happened in the media market in the digital age. And, what, we've realized the more we understand is the the. Olive Opelousas like, Google and Facebook now take in more. Than fifty percent of all UK digital advertising revenues in the country and yeah as organizations, they avoid paying their fair share of taxes they. Avoid democratic accountability it's not so long ago that I remember our taxing, them help, those other parts of the the pulse of the press that you're, talking about the ones that rely on advertising revenue how did bring more revenue to them so what we say, today is the start of. A conversation in the building to manifest and we are saying very clearly to the giants you need to take responsibility in play your role in the media market digital disruption. Men that we've lost three hundred local newspapers in the last decade their own half as many journalists working, in local and regional media is there were in two thousand and seven and you. Can either play you can either volunteer to play your socially responsible Supporting public interest journalism or a future labour government will act and, one of the ways we might do that is by a windfall tax or Levy that he the subsidizes the, license fee for the BBC, for poorer families or helps breathes life into independent Would that be, a one awful would that being would that be a new on getting time. We've got a prescription or, a model for Michelle. This is really really important. Isn't it because if you're talking about revenue that all the pulse the media, going to rely on it can't be a one off yet and Jeremy is rolling the dice today starting that conversation this really this is not policy this is. Stimulating discussion on it's really saying that the labor party a future labour government acknowledge the the the absolute might and power of the tech giant's is an issue of concern for people worried about How does tax them help. A local newspaper stay in, business while it might. Be that it funds tax. Breaks for new cooperative models in the digital space it might be that it, helps fund new local journalism it might be providing funds that could alive sort of commodity court reporting These are all ideas on the on you know on the well I mean, it seems that you'll thinkings at a very early stage on all of. This but there's? A fundamental problem with. The idea texts taxing the tech giants which is that it's. Not easy to do it most of them. Are American and even if, you found a way to do. It you can necessarily rely on on the amount of money you get in could you want they got a business they could be significant drop in men? Come one particular year it's not exactly a stable source. Of funding if the state wills it the state could make it happen The Keep a particular tech company that's doing very well one, year not so, well another business that we, can we can legislate to make sure that people play that. Role the media market is very heavily regulated for a reason because it's an important part of our.

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Papa John sues Papa John's

Mac and Gaydos

04:35 min | 4 years ago

Papa John sues Papa John's

"Howard air Five oh. To continuing now with our, top story on the death. Of the, GPS trooper retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Birch joined KTAR Bruce St? James and Pamela Hughes show today and he gives his two cents worth as to why he. Thinks there's a growing number of, police involved shootings this year one area being social media. But now with social media and again. It goes back to your, statement Bruce impression or is it truth we're seeing a. Lot of an, all use the term loosely. Citizens doing a lot of ethics please According to our TV partners ABC fifteen have been a total of fifty five officer and deputy involved shootings across the valley as today now the concerns of police survivors a group also. Known as cops says that they're ready to provide moral support to the family of the fallen DPS trooper we help them with a number of things with moral support. With helping them put together benefit information to you know. Just getting through the day Jan blazer upchurch with cops says the organization is made up of families of, survivors legal battles, continue, after the. Strange, case from the summer of two thousand fifteen when eight cars, were hit with bullets throughout the valley KTAR's, alley vetnar is live in the news center, to explain governor Doug Ducey will not have to give a deposition over phone calls made between him and DPS over the, alleged conclusion to the I, ten freeway shooting case a. District judge, ruled lawyers for the man charged in the, case Leslie marriage junior? Would not be able to get any valuable information by questioning the governor over the calls the, judge Says the attorneys. Could still get information from others who work the investigation there have. Been no arrests since mayor juniors released after seven months in jail the case remains unsolved live. In the. News, center I'm Ali vetnar KTAR, news more than four hundred acres have been burning since Saturday within the Grand Canyon Rachel grabbing signs the fire information officer. For the north rim of the Grand Canyon and tells KTAR how it started to these fires are all, natural lightning, strike ignitions that are caused, with the monsoon season there are no closures to the park as of yet but, there is a lot of smoke coming from both in north and south portions of the rim firefighters have been down the state of California are up against some scorching heat strong winds and bone dry. Conditions battling a number of wildfires throughout that state at least five homes destroyed so far forty seven hundred acres now chart the fire five percent contained authorities say the. Fire was deliberately set arresting thirty two year old Brandon. At, Glover he's now charged with five counts of arson its ABC's will car there's a search underway for, a missing Hiker near Sedona Coconino county deputies. Say sixty year old David light hall was last seen Wednesday near the Britain's Mesa trail soldiers pass trail. Junction around ten AM he stands about six three ways two hundred fifty pounds has blue eyes Brown hair and was last seen wearing Brown Columbia hiking boots a jury in Mohave county is awarded the largest. Verdict in county history eight million dollars in damages the, case involves a surgeon who was accused of willfully causing the death of his own patient the patient's. Wife and her Phoenix attorney filed a lawsuit against Dr Arnaldo tributo but a, jury in Kingman found the lawyer, in his firm wrongfully sued and accused the, doctor in the death Papa John formerly sues, Papa John's founder. And ousted former Papa, John's chairman John Schneider, has sued Papa John's international Inc demanding the company released internal, documents Schneider resigned. As chairman of the company's board after facing. Criticism for using a. Racial slur during a media training call Red mount freeway. Eastbound fifty one? At twenty four minutes..

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China pulls approval for Facebook's planned venture: NYT

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

04:48 min | 4 years ago

China pulls approval for Facebook's planned venture: NYT

"Your, money on WGN orients Samuelson a report in the New York Times, today says, China has withdrawn its, approval for Facebook's plan to open a venture in the, eastern province of j. John and the Chinese government database showed that Facebook had gained, approval to open a subsidiary but the registration has since disappeared according to checks made by Reuters the move but setback for Facebook which has, been struggling to gain a foothold in. China the most populated country. In the. World where the website and messaging app wants up, remain blocked Sinclair broadcast group, and, media company, shares higher today after President. Trump criticize the Federal Communications Commission for deferring a decision last week On their proposed three, point nine billion dollar tie-up and a federal appeals court upheld the, rules change, on broadcast ownership rules, Trump tweeted so sad and unfair that the FCC would, not approve this in Clare brunt gas merger with Tribune this would have been a, great and much-needed conservative voice four and of the people Sinclair shares up to into third percent and Tribune stock of two point four percent The tariffs partly to. Blame today for lowered full year forecasts by General Motors and Fiat Chrysler automobiles and their stocks hard today GM cited higher steel and aluminum, cross for its two thousand eighteen profit forecast reduction and chief financial officer Chuck Stevens said GM put in a. Solid performance in the second quarter despite some. Fairly significant headwinds that have built throughout the. Year that's your money on seven hundred twenty WGN WGN, sports Dave at the cubs are getting set to play at Wrigley field against the Arizona, Diamondbacks and hoping, to get their first win the series but they'll have to do it without Kris Bryant out of. The lineup for the second day in a row he deals with another bout a shoulder inflammation second baseman havi or by has also out he was on, the receiving Out of a hard slide left. Him with a bruised knee and last night's loss John Lester starts today for the Cavs against, Robbie Ray for Arizona tonight. The White Sox try to win three, in a, row, for, just. The third time this season or they play the angels in, Anaheim again James shields makes the start shields hasn't won. On the road since opening day he'll be opposed by the angels Tyler Skaggs pre-game anti Andy her at eight thirty. At the first page with that Farber Derrick Jackson little after nine on seven hundred twenty WGN the Boston Red Sox owning baseball's best. Record of acquired right ahead there Nathan of all the. From Tampa Bay for a minor leager and Mets outfielder you out for the season let it go surgery for chronic pain in both heels, recovery is expected to take eight months the bears take a day off from training camp while just three first. Rounders remain on side including the bears roquan. Smith the Buffalo Bills today signed their top. Pick Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen To a four, year contract they ladder falcons have given three year extensions. To their coach Dan Quinn and their general manager Thomas Dmitrov the. Falcons, have been in the playoffs the last two years including a Super Bowl appearance David WGN sports, WGN traffic Violeta podrumedic thank you came. Traffic, is sponsored by KFC no delays yet on the Edens between lake cook road. In the junction inbound Kennedy's forty minutes O'Hare to downtown twenty four minutes out the Eisenhower is bit heavy at fifty five minutes, three ninety to the old post office twenty eight minutes out inbound Stevenson's forty five three fifty five to lakeshore drive thirty. Two minutes outbound and of the Dan Ryan is twenty five minutes ninety. Fifth to the circle just fourteen. Minutes out get the new crispy Colonel. Sandwich from KFC the new KFC crispy Colonel five dollar. Fill up comes with wedges cookie and a drink this offer is not everywhere and not forever, price may vary tax subsidies. Are extra for personalized traffic on demand, get the, traffic, Chicago, app App approved by the reverse mortgage loan experts of team hockberg just search t. r. a. f. f. I x. Chicago I'm Violeta podrumedic in WGN traffic central the WGN. Chicago weather center forecast mostly sunny warm today a high of eighty eight tonight partly cloudy there's a.

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United Kingdom, Crown Prosecution Service and United States discussed on Today

Today

01:10 min | 4 years ago

United Kingdom, Crown Prosecution Service and United States discussed on Today

"Given for not holding the trial in the United Kingdom apparently. The Crown Prosecution Service will worried about judges objections on rendition price the Crown Prosecution Service has an extremely good record in. Terrorism cases so I'm sure that they will have thought this through Through carefully it is however. To me a disappointment. They won't be tried in, the United Kingdom because they clearly have a closer relationship with the United Kingdom Dan with the, United States North Carolina thank you. The time is twenty four minutes to nine the government strategy. On broadband unveiled an hour ago once full five of broadband across the UK. By, twenty thirty three which is twenty five years away there would be new legislation however to ensure full fiber connections in new, build homes and fifteen million households would get that quality of connection. In the next five years Mark collinses from city fiber which has. Five networks in more than forty cities across the UK good morning good morning do you work on full fiber is the last bit coupla city, fibers networks, off full fiber meeting, is a to connection all the way into the home of business so what do? You make the government strategy will today in the UK we only have. Four percent of our our buildings connected with.

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U.K. police declare "major incident" after two found unconscious from unknown substance

Today

03:59 min | 4 years ago

U.K. police declare "major incident" after two found unconscious from unknown substance

"Course it's the three o'clock kickoff on saturday on both bbc television and radio right now to the racing tips off to two winners yesterday worcester five i forty number one doctor done raven bath eight forty also number one attain thank you ralph now michael bikes joined us in studio to tell us about this evening's moral as warning michael morning michelle morning martha the french with their famous fondness for grand gestures asset to abolish racism by declaring there's no such thing as race president macron wants to remove the commitment to racial equality from the french constitution because he says as all humans are more or less genetically identical the very idea of racial difference is prejudice nonsense the narrow narrow biological argument is complex the wider moral question and its consequences endless discredit the concept of race in new cutout positive as well as negative discrimination why stop at race what about other group identities and differences sexualities for instance we've been taught over time to glory and rather than despise is diversity actually dividing us recognizing and protecting those who were marginalized and oppressed the maroma is after the news at eight tonight thanks very much indeed michael and a look at the weather mostly dry with sunny spells but cloud will linger in some areas a chance of isolated and heavy showers in southern britain you're listening to you today on radio four with martha kearney and michelle hussein it's twenty seven minutes to eight and chris aldridge has a summary of the news bbc news understands that vote leave the official group which campaigned for brexit in the eu referendum two years ago is expected to be found guilty of four charges of breaking electoral law the draft of an investigation concluded that it broke spending limits and failed to comply with some rules that lever submitted a five hundred page dossier to the electoral commission rebutting the claims ministers in westminster asserting our plans to manage fishing in british waters when the uk leaves the eu common fisheries policy after brexit the uk government says it will negotiate access as an independent coastal state after twenty twenty the move has been welcomed by the fishing industry but the scott scottish government is expressed concern a major incident has been declared in wiltshire after man and a woman were found unconscious in the town of amesbury police say they initially suspected the couple had become ill off to using contaminated drunks but now believe there may have been exposed to an unknown substance they were taken to hospital in salisbury where they're in a critical condition lisa treating the death of a six year old girl on the scottish island into butte has murder the body of alicia macphail who was from north lanarkshire was found after she was reported missing on monday morning police say the king to speak to anyone who was involved in the search the thai authorities say they have no immediate plans to try to rescue twelve boys and their coach who've been trapped in flooded caves for eleven days in a video released by the thai navy they say they're in good health one solution which carries significant risk maybe to teach the boys to use diving equipment sainsbury's says like for like sales slowed in the first quarter gang up i north point two percent it's chief executive mike coupe said that the market remained competitive it's twenty four minutes to eight from twenty twenty one onwards the uk will be able to implement its own approach to the fishing industry free for the first time in forty years of the ease common fisheries policy that's how the government is framing the proposals to be released later today there are two key issues access to all waters for boats from other countries and access to the eu market for our fishermen three quarters of their catch is exported the eu countries at the moment will bury armstrong chief executive of the scottish fisherman's federation is in our aberdeen studio and we're joined on the line by herod's van balls fourteen chairman of the european fisheries alliance good morning to you both good morning honey let's talk about quotas first.

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First clues emerge about Cuba's future under new president

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

First clues emerge about Cuba's future under new president

"Approaching twenty four minutes past the hour just gone in fact we're joined now four look through the day's newspapers by jacob power kilos deputy head for the us and america's program at chatham house welcome jacob to you and your first pick force front page of the new york times the new cuban leader who is described in the headline s progressive but loyal to the cuban revolution we are speaking about miguel diaz canal mutism who's the the first non castro president of cuba since nineteen fiftynine who was claimed by the convention of the cuban communist party yesterday and is now in charge well mostly in uncharted.

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