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"twenty groups" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Of course being the oakland raiders at the heinz field. Home opener for your pittsburgh steelers. We sit here at one and oh and we are looking to advance to become to know in back to back seasons here. The steelers can claim. The victory against the oakland raiders. Today's podcast will feature exactly why the pittsburgh steelers will be victorious on sunday getting the job done and moving onto to in. Oh in this early early. Nfl season first and foremost the raiders are nowhere near the challenge That the buffalo bills presented them. And yes. I know everything that has to be said about trop games and how often steelers play down to their opponents but typically those home opening games the steelers will take care of business especially against teams that are inferior to them. They they end up more often than not winning. Those games Just based off the pure adrenaline that the crowd at heinz field. The gives to the squad and really this will be the first sold out game. That's the steelers have played in heinz field since the twenty nine thousand nine season. It's hard to believe it's been that long. Since the stadiums been rocking at heinz field and a number of pittsburgh steelers will be playing their very first game in front of a crowd at heinz field. Not just the the twenty twenty. One guys that came in but The twenty twenty group the draft.
Pandemic Points to Need to Work Together as Italy Hosts G-20
"Ministers of the G. twenty group of nations have arrived in the UNESCO world heritage city of Madera southern Italy with the pandemic providing painful lessons on how interconnected the world is ministers from nations accounting for more than half of the world's population a meeting to explore how to better cooperate including on vaccines and climate change efforts Italian foreign minister Luigi di mile who has opened the gathering sites both as areas where it's imperative the country's pull together and secretary of state Antony Blinken built on the vaccine urgency issue in his opening remarks I'm Charles de Ledesma
Finland Sees Spike in Virus Cases From Returning Soccer Fans
"Finland has seen the spiking coronavirus cases to to finish soccer fans returning from Russia following a recent championship match in St Petersburg the Finnish health authorities urged all passengers who returned home by a bus to take a corona virus test they believe buses may have been exposed to the virus been in play two of its euro twenty twenty group games in St Petersburg facing Russia on June the sixteenth and Belgium on June the twenty first at least two thousand pins all estimated to have traveled to the city for those matches hi I'm Karen Thomas
"twenty groups" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth
"So complete opposite of vp rating is mythic school. So you might be pushing for a something. Mythic school might be above thousand. I think cross might be above. Twelve hundred mahbubul. Fourteen hundred might even be going into two k. Mythic school and you know certain ataman of want to be in a plus twin team mythic run but to do that. I'll need so of eighteen hundred to even be considered by groups that kind of thing so you slowly building up. You'll mythic plus score. You might be doing fifteen one week. And then moving onto sixteen is the next week seventeen eighteen nineteen hundred cetera and you slowly but surely build up that and then when you hit that plus twenty week that you want to do and you've got really good school for it and you still get invited by these plus twenty groups and after that weight you've done all of your plus twenties and you're above two k. So of mythic school. Then you've done it. It took about four to eight weeks to do over the like really going for every week. But you've done it and it must be very satisfying to hit that sort of mythic school. That key it's anything like that really. It's basically like the same as pb rating but just flipped instead of vp's pva kind of thing rating is also another satisfying thing. It might be progression raid guild. It might be finishing a funnel boston expansion. It might be you know gear so ties into this up. It might be getting some piece of gay from a boss. It might be seeing a piece of gear for once in your lifetime. It might be anything because legendary is dropping. Tb see some legendary dropped in like previous expansions light. Legion august the on maker. Who's the final bus of the final. Right he dropped a legendary. It was a trinket was very tough to acquire. Just drop by drop. Right was awful. So there's many different things that can come out rating. But i think for me personally might satisfy one is progression rate of to killing the first boss after wiping to the lowest boss. Twenty times. You know you've gotten there you've progressed. You've killed him and now in our next week you can do it. The exact same and it will be a lot smoother. It'll be lot cleaner be quicker stuff like that. So you can see your progression as you're going through the weeks in the same rate so that's sort of enjoyable part for myself hitting max level. This is one that's going to be. You know very relevant at the moment a lot. People are still leveling. Tb and just hit. Can you i max level in any expansion any so of first time is really from you..
"twenty groups" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Happy that you're here if you're a longtime fan welcome back this. We're very happy to have you here today. Because i have incredibly special guests are featured guest is the founder and chief visionary officer of be in with ten thousand chapters and two hundred and seventy thousand members globally. He's a new york times bestselling author. He's written twenty six books including the connector effect. And he's called the father of modern network by cnn and one of the top networking experts by none less than forbes magazine. My guest today. Of course dr. Ivan meister from from tech lost in texas austin texas dockyard visor. Thank you so much for joining us. thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it and please me. i haven't well. I will because you know i'm excited. You have been a long time fan of yours. I've known about you for years. You really have no. You didn't tell me that before. We started yeah. No oh i heard if you yesterday no you for thirty years and You know i'm curious. I know you're listening. You're probably curious too because you've probably heard of this. Enormous networking event Network bullet is a networking event. But it's networking circles in all these countries and all these cities. How did you come up with the idea. Let's start there. I think is a great example of necessity being the mother of invention. I'd like to tell you that. I had this vision of an international organization. But i didn't i just needed referrals. I was a management consultant. I needed referrals. Had friends that i wanted to refer. I hope they would refer me. I put together a group. I put together a group in my vision of what a good network would be. Because i went to a lot of networks that were mercenary. I'd go there. Everyone was selling to me. I felt like i when i went home. I had to get a shower. Because i've been to some of those groups and then i've been to networks. That were totally socialist. Happy hour d'oeuvres. Nobody was doing business. I didn't like either of those. And so i wanted to take the idea of doing business with the idea of being relational but not totally social merged them together in the glue. That would hold it together in. My mind was this philosophy of givers game which is our principal core value. If i give business. If i help other people they'll help me little. Did i know that. I was not the only person that wanted something like that. In less than a year we open twenty groups really by accident. It was not my goal to do that but when that happened. I was like wait a minute. I need to pay attention here..
"twenty groups" Discussed on Gather Moms
"Gather two point. Oh for moms that are in the stage of having adult children and parenting their grandchildren's sometimes in their home or just grandparents. That don't see their grandchildren as often. Or maybe daily so it's a whole different wide range but it's a different stage than moms whose children are in their home and so we have curriculum that we offer for those two most gather groups meet once a month usually for just one hour and some groups meeting homes. Some groups needed a coffee shopper playground. Some meet at a church. It just depends on what works for that group but we always encouraged are group's to Just be intentional about having that community and being a safe place where moms feel like they can be heard and be real and laugh together about motherhood but also just be encouraged and leave inspired to do just something better just one thing better in their home that month ginny every time you talk about other groups. I get so excited. Group am ardian. I've just like seriously if you wanna go fight a war on your team. Let's go yes do it. Yes so tell us. How many groups do we have right now. And how would a mom find a group if she wanted to join one. Yeah so over. The last year with kovic obviously gather became illegal to meet and so. It's been a little challenge. We're kind of coming out of now. Gather groups starting to meet again. Shout out to see people in person s so we had over the course of the last four or five years we have started over hundred and twenty groups all over from around here in texas to other states. Even to our sweet group in nigeria. So we have seen that mom's knee community no matter where you live and so it has been neat just to see that number of groups grow and so there are group's on our website at gather moms dot com you can find the groups their most groups use pages and groups to Kind of organize themselves. You can find a link to.
"twenty groups" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast
"This week on the spivey special podcast. We had our guest even leaper. We jumped all over the place. We talked about barbecue food. We talked about mortal kombat. We talked about all sorts of fun. Things so buckle up hair it is episode seventy one. Welcome to episode. Seventy one of the spivey special podcasts at seventy one doing no is it just sixty nine volume two nine sixty busy double d double d. All right we have. We have fun ended a quick recap because we did our show on friday. We had a big day on saturday so very long hot lauda drinking. It was a good day so we played in the casserole baseball tournament. cough tournament. kind of so like it's normally scrambled tournament. We go up there and shotgun star and they're just like yeah we're sitting on the grand gulf was twenty groups in did normal times. Nobody knew where we are. Teeing off they said on their social media. There's one hundred thirty six players. That's a lotta people. But because it's a older retirement area. They weren't allowed to congregate before and after a shotgun start so we just kind of went off whenever we kinda did our old wait candidate. I don't think the whole time anyway. We drink a lot of beers. They had so they had beer on the first hole in a cooler. That's how our day started. What was it a place in auburn. Auburn ale house auburndale house too heavy heavy beers to start. We had a cooler full little. Something somethings nam nam. It was a good day. Creates fun and then afterwards we rallied. Who picked up the fam and we went to go out in lincoln pretty good beer can feed the goats the shuttle them. We remembered like half hour forty five minutes. We didn't plan it very well. They close like right after we got there. They because we got that can be these kids feeding that fat guy go feed that only and then because it close we went to hillenbrand which i think will probably talk about it at length. Another episode in trade a pretzel roughly the size of his head. Which is big yeah. It's like a mini presley. We put it like next to act like the of us was huge and it had grapes..
"twenty groups" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"Let's get into today's podcast. Hello and welcome to wealth is in the details with peter. Raskin raskin planning group. Good morning. Peter how are you doing. i'm fine eric. how how about yourself. I'm doing fantastic. I'm really looking forward to today's show. I know that you have a special guest on today. Can you introduce them to the audience. Yeah this is. John leeann eddie. Who's the ceo of pinnacle equity solutions inc and also the international growth and exit planning association. And he's a recognized leader and educator in planning and also the author of exiting your business protecting your wealth a strategic guide for owners and their advisers real happy. John is with us today. Thanks peter really appreciate the opportunity to come on and speak with you and talk about exciting topics that relate to business owners and their wealth and their privately held business a really look forward to the conversation great. Well thanks for doing it. John john where. We've been doing a series of podcasts. There are focused on the on the process. We built that that helps the small business. Owner develop A business exit strategy and so over the next twenty five to thirty minutes. We'll talk about an important vital step in our in our stick six step process for exit planning for for this business owner. And we'll try and help the business owner understand what vital in an exit strategy and succession plan. And with that. In what would. I want to briefly mention that in my experience. The vast majority of business owners that that we engage with. Just they're just not quite ready to exit their business. It's not like they're gonna walk away tomorrow. All of that may be a a plan of that. They want to implement in the in the near future and they realized that an exit or transfer of the businesses. Going to eventually kerr. But it's just not. It's not gonna happen immediately so john. Could you comment on your experience with with the business owners readiness to exit short. Peter thanks so a couple of points here. I'd like to go through when when we think about or for the business owners who are listening. The privately held business owner. There's so much typically wrapped up in the small business owners relationship with their company the relationship that they have with their employees the relationships that they have with their vendors know many privately held business owners develop some circles around their business. They take their vacations with their spouses on business. Trips to nice places with small group study groups or twenty groups or conferences.
"twenty groups" Discussed on What's the Secret?
"Figure income in your leading to groups that take you two three hours a week and so you start doing the math on yet. You're like man. This is pretty good gig. 'cause you've already got all these people there that you could build these groups while the more teach in the more i share and i do masterclasses in. I teach people how to do this. The more it opens up people's. I i wanna know more than they come. Join our group as well stored. What i'm saying is is you can't hold your cards close to your best and expect to grow. You gotta share the secret sauce. You've got to get any really care about the other people. And that's what i mean by saying. You're looking outward and not inward in the more that we done that the more we've grown in it's just people wanna be around people that are willing to share and teach in so today as a result of that we have twenty groups. We anticipate having forty groups by the end of twenty twenty one. Maybe more and we just continue to teach people how to do this. And that's amazing and it's reminds saying right. The rising tide lifts all boats right and so many all in business. I think look at decisions. Like what you're talking about and would think i mean the fear of somebody taken over or running you out of the business or giving away your trade secrets like a. I mean just doesn't does it now now. It doesn't because think about this. They're seven and a half billion people on the planet right when you say we have twenty mastermind groups. That sounds really impressive. That's two hundred people. I've had that many people at my house for a party. You know so..
"twenty groups" Discussed on WDRC
"Of the Senate intelligence committee it's an investigation about his stock trades continues Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the move saying both he and agreed the decision would be in the best interest of the committee fox news has confirmed the FBI served a search warrant to bre looking in the sales of stocks the senator made shortly before the corona virus pandemic caused markets to crash neither the FBI nor Burr's office or commenting Jared Halpern fox news five a C. concerns over an app that's very popular with kids a coalition of twenty groups filing a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission saying tictoc is collecting personal data of children under thirteen years old without parental consent the app created by a Chinese company is a big hit among kids but a big concern for U. S. officials because of national security risks tick tock already paid the FTC nearly six million dollars for violating the child online privacy law by collecting personal information from kids under thirteen tick tock responded with a restricted mode for younger users but critics point out children could use a fake birthday to access the adult version putting their data and safety at risk Steve Rappaport fox news several appeals court reviving a lawsuit accusing president trump of illegally profiting off his presidency through is a luxury hotel in Washington the lawsuit was brought by the state of Maryland and the district of Columbia he claims the president has violated the emoluments clause of the punk constitution by accepting profits through foreign and domestic officials who stay there it's just blocks away from the White House and he re opened it in twenty sixteen shortly before he became president hi Lisa let's Santa and Mrs fox news.
"twenty groups" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Dot com there's more on the way Lisa Brady fox news house speaker Nancy Pelosi says a two trillion dollar rescue package won't be the last coronavirus build build that we that was passed in the Senate last night and it will take up tomorrow is about mitigation mitigation for those all the laws that we have in our economy while still addressing the emergency health needs he says later they'll be able to focus on recovery meantime no timing yet on that house vote tomorrow the Pentagon says cases of covert nineteen in the military have quadrupled since Friday nearly three hundred service members infected plus dozens more civilians contractors independence and the first case on a warship at sea is expanding fox's Rachel Sutherland has this live Lisa nearly two dozen sailors have tested positive aboard the USS Roosevelt which is pulling into go on acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley says all five thousand sailors are slated for testing I'm sure that that we don't believe we were able to contain whatever spread might have occurred there on the ship and but also one of the size of the ship is operationally capable of Roosevelt only has eight hundred test on board in limited testing capacity eight sailors and flown to a hospital in Guam none in serious condition right now Lisa and Rachel the pandemic dominating the latest meeting world leaders which was anything but business as usual thanks to Simon island live in London at least it wasn't unusual summit of world leaders in the G. twenty group of large economies just like millions of workers around the world at the moment the leaders meeting on a video call rather than in person the host nation Saudi Arabia saying the call ended with a promise to work together on increasing funding for the.
"twenty groups" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Those are the ones that we have in our economy while still addressing the emergency health needs he says later they'll be able to focus on recovery meantime no timing yet on that house vote tomorrow the Pentagon says cases of covert nineteen in the military have quadrupled since Friday nearly three hundred service members infected plus dozens more civilians contractors independence in the first case on a warship at sea is expanding fox's Rachel Sutherland has this live Lisa nearly two dozen sailors have tested positive aboard the USS Roosevelt which is pulling into go on acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley says all five thousand sailors are slated for testing I'm sure that that we don't have we were able to contain whatever spread might have occurred there on the ship and they also emphasize that the ship is operationally capable of Roosevelt only has eight hundred test on board in limited testing capacity eight sailors and flown to a hospital in Guam none in serious condition right now Lisa and Rachel the pandemic dominating the latest meeting world leaders which was anything but business as usual thanks to Simon island live in London and they said it was an unusual summit of world leaders in the G. twenty group of large economies just like millions of workers around the world at the moment the leaders meeting on a video call rather than in person the host nation Saudi Arabia saying the call ended with a promise to work together on increasing funding for the research and development of a vaccine for the coronavirus leaders pledging to present a United front and tackle the pandemic's health social and economic impacts Lisa thank Simon America's listening.
Surge of Virus Misinformation Stumps Facebook and Twitter
"Last week we talked about how major tech and social media companies are working to keep misinformation about the corona virus off their platforms at facebook. They've altered search results and made pop-ups that direct users to public health authorities. Ceo Mark Zuckerberg said they'd give the World Health Organization quote as many free ads as they need but the platforms groups feature is emerging as a potential challenged that there are more than a hundred and twenty groups with Corona virus in their name on facebook. Some with more than fifty thousand members also Journal Review showed that these groups regularly mixed discussion of means Stream News. Stories with misinformation and apocalyptic forecasts oppose in groups aren't subject to facebook's third party fact checking program. The company said in a statement that it's working to remove corona virus themed groups from its automatically generated recommendations and that it will reduce how much attention is directed to groups that share
Optimize Your Facebook Group Strategy
"We've never really done something this strategic or this specific on our show. And so when we talk to you getting you onto the podcasts. In part of your secret sauce is facebook groups which is so so interesting and so we asked due to audit are gold digger. PODCAST facebook group and give us an action plan to improve our strategy in to help us like really nurture our community there and so instead of structured questions. I just want to start first with. Tell me what you saw in our facebook group. Let's dive on into the goodness buckle up. Are we ready. Yeah Yeah Okay one you have just over fifty five thousand people in that group which is amazing that so many amazing ladies but she also have relatively low engagement for most of what you have you have somewhere between two and twenty comments on average about ten percent of the people that are in are in there are getting getting twenty plus comments which means to me. It's not necessarily that people are engaging. It's that the way you've got it. Structured people aren't seeing you so because within the way it works facebook is you've got fifty five thousand people but if facebook doesn't think your you know the hot stuff that week they're going to present and other people with other things because on average people are I don't know the exact number is but I would say on. Average people are at least part of twenty groups most of which they pay no attention to so the goal of your facebook group to up engagement is to get people to see it to play with that algorithm. So that's one of the things we'll definitely talk about is how how do we. How do we play that album before we can do that? Though one of the things I see with groups and I think yours is exactly the way most people build their group. which is you have a podcast or you have a book or you have a community or you have a business and so you start a book group because that's obviously where everybody can come together and hang out and then everybody goes there and hangs out right and that's and there's not as much thought past that then everything will start engaging we're going to tell them about our content content and you know it'll all work itself out but it's kind of like someone going to a Ymca like a REC Center for the community and you walk in and and there's no signs on the walls? You have no schedule. You don't know what's happening. Or what games are playing or WHO's playing who anybody is or what kind of people come here. So you know it's in the neighborhood you know it's you WanNa be there like you'd like to use it but you're not sure how so what we want to do with our group says we want to think of them like take a community like people. Tell me you know you're running. Boss Mom that group and I'm like I think of it like a city like the boss. Mom Community is like a city which means we need to have natural roles that are assumed right. I have natural polices natural connectors. We WanNA raise up people in the community. We don't want to Stein either ability to connect but we you want to train them on how we act like. What is the etiquette of this space? So one of the questions I have for you is what do you want your your group to be known
"twenty groups" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"twenty groups" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"twenty groups" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"twenty groups" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Battle there McDonagh looks to poke it away but it's held in margin right point point Krueger break for the lady took his eye off the pocket for second got passes sticking to flex out of his own what you get back in is marching into this time trying to cast time to rattle it out not only for the S. minute twenty the family group for Brad Marchand of the left wing the lightning zone free let's look at some of the policies it to post tonight join centerpoint right Sir marsian our stands exact is way less circle shoots again that is why I left Bergeron plays the carrot circle twenty group lighting pally killers are a little tired here group right circle center point margin of sort of pop rocks what I think by this unit Bergeron went right into the slide area and had a redirected into the data to one brewing yeah that was a perfect pass my posture not he saw that all the way through Bergeron looking for the redirection you said it hired lightning players on the ice and what makes the Bruins power play so tough to defend against is there always moving toward group go down low they kinda weave in and out of that gives Bergeron time and space to come in like a different kind of lose track of Bergeron on the way in and get just enough room to get that re direction on take penalties against this team of their power plays so good of course people say that about the ladies power play too with good reason but both Los angles cover the power play their queue for three Bergeron sick into the air from postern Aachen marching at moments after March ended at the post zero lighting respond after this goal second time there's been down of the game Colbert clears the puck Missoni down the isolation here Charlie Coyle.
"twenty groups" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With community labor United. We have mothers and family members. That have signed the postcard and Gabbara here to deliver these to the governor to let them know. This is what moms want for mother's day. We don't want flowers. We don't want greeting cards. We don't want candy. We want. Childcare Massachusetts is among forty two other states that received the federal childcare development block grants that brought in fifty eight million dollars last year. But so far mcklusky says governor Baker hasn't said how it will be Spence at the state house James throw hostile UB. Boston's NewsRadio five forty seven in. Today's a new criticism for Facebook coming from a former insider times Facebook cofounder. Chris Hughes calls for the breakup of the company with Instagram and WhatsApp in Facebook, stable Hughes, says Mark zuckerberg's power is unprecedented. And un-american Hughes Zuckerberg were Harvard roommates. He writes, he last saw the Facebook chief in two thousand seventeen he calls him a good and kind person, but the focus on the growth of Facebook has quote led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks. Steve Kaethe and CBS news. Consumer advocates telling the feds the Amazon echo dot kids edition. Violates child online privacy protections the campaign for a commercial free childhood in a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission raising several privacy concerns, the group with a demonstration showing a child using the echo dots. Remember me feature asking it to remember her social security number address and phone number. And after they say, they deleted, the recordings two different ways. The data was still there. ABC's GIO Benitez reporting. For Amazon's part company says the echo dot kids edition and parental controls are still compliant with all federal rules. Meantime, Google says they've donating one and a half million dollars to a group using artificial intelligence in suicide prevention for LGBTQ young people. Trevor project was one of twenty groups chosen for more than twenty six hundred to applied when use those funds in their work addressing social issues. Now, the military is calling a rise in veterans' suicides and enduring and pressing emergency twenty veterans take their lives every day. A congressional committee held a hearing about this today, and we get more on that. From CBS's dean Reynolds hurt Wilkie v a secretary in the last year in two hundred and forty interventions where we've actually stopped veterans from taking their lives since October, the VA has screened nine hundred thousand veterans for mental health issues. We called it down. Two three thousand veterans are medical professionals say might be at risk, and we are monitoring them. What does that monitoring entail? Calls visits bringing them into our centers and since two thousand seventeen more than two dozen have done so on the grounds of VA facilities. Four in the past month alone. Well, health professionals in northern California got together today, urging people to go get vaccinated hearts of cinema county of some of the highest percentages in California. Parents mistrust vaccines, so a coalition of more than two hundred doctors and other health professionals in that county is launching a grassroots effort to turn that around and help the county's health department spread the word. The vaccines are safe and effective. It's taken out ads and posted a statement saying vaccines are critical to protecting the community from serious life threatening diseases. The group is also urging state lawmakers to close loopholes in two thousand fifteen vaccination law that they have created a spike in fake medical exemptions written by doctors for higher. I'm.
"twenty groups" Discussed on KOMO
"He's now facing a felony criminal count of disorderly conduct. In Chicago police say smollet falsely reported the two men attacked him last month a grand jury met Wednesday afternoon in Chicago among those testifying two brothers who claim jussie smollet paid them to stage the attack. Gloria Schmidt is an attorney for the men. She says there was no plea deal or immunity in exchange for their testimony. Don't need immunity when you have the truth as for the man now charged in the alleged staged attack empire, actor jussie smollet. I think Jesse smelly sitcom clear because truthful sent him free Schmidt admits the men were paid by smollet. But she says the payment does not fit the narrative that's out there. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago, we'll it hasn't commented on the charges in the past. He's defended his account this past hour. A statement from his attorney says the intend to conduct a thorough investigation and to mount an aggressive defense for a couple of delays. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen will finally testify in public next week. The now democratically controlled house oversight committee says convicted former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will appear in public testimony next Wednesday, February twenty seventh and then in close testimony before the house intelligence committee. The next day committee chair Elijah Cummings saying Cohen will testify despite efforts by some to intimidate his family ABC's Andy Field. Maine Senator Susan Collins says she would vote for. A congressional resolution disapproving of President Trump's emergency declaration to fund a border wall with Mexico. She's the first Republican Senator to publicly express support for such a measure, the southern poverty Law Center says the number of hate groups in America is at an all time. High of a thousand twenty groups Heidi barracks, says there's a huge spike in the number of white nationalist groups. For white supremacists. In recruiting this is where most recruiting happens Eirik says there's also an increase in the number of black nationalist groups. You're listening to ABC news..
Hate groups in U.S. rise to new high, report says
"WDBO. The number of hate groups in the US reaching a record high. According to the southern poverty Law Center. The number of hate groups in the US in two thousand eighteen rose seven percent over the year before reaching a record one thousand twenty groups according to the southern poverty law center's year in hate and extremism reports during this last year, we've seen a huge. Jump in the number of white, nationalist groups. Heidi by Rick with SPIC says they found a nearly fifty percent increase in the number of white nationalist groups. They also found a rise in black nationalist groups, which jumped thirteen percent between two thousand
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"Else. Slumber party. You know, is it was amazing to be around. So many wonderful women. That's one A-List slumber party. It wasn't a. I am here with Naomi. Watts for impossible best actress Oscar nominee, Amy house best actress nominee best ensemble nominated Oscar-nominated everything nominated silver linings playbook twice. What was also interesting. Was that the be list and the see list, they did not have those connections, even with each other? So they had much more disparate network amongst each other. And in fact, their categories were almost arbitrary. It was really if you're in this top twenty group that you were extraordinarily exclusive and actually perpetuate that exclusivity by spending time just with each other. So if this is the case, then a question arises, which is how does anyone ever crack the illest club, if it's essentially a closed club and the people in the club take great pains to keep others out. And the only way to become any la- celebrity is to be invited to the club. It creates something of. A conundrum which is how do you actually break into the club? I argue in the book that it's this kind of quantum leap. So it's not an issue to thing. Like if I just keep toiling away as a celebrity at some point. I'm going to be A-List. That's not how it happens. So something big either happens in your career or big happens in your social life. Like, you get married to an eight Lister, or you you you suddenly our best friends with Lester, and in some way, they allow you to permeate the list, but you can also do it because of your career when I was looking over starstruck in preparation for this interview. I notice that in this far corner is crowded, so she wasn't in Allaster or a b list. I think at the time of organizing that she was a c Lester in this database. But of course, she's now one of the key stars of big little lies, which is an extraordinarily television show on HBO. People are obsessed with it. She's amazing in it. Okay..
Planned Parenthood lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens
"Of new england wbz news time five forty nine mostly cloudy right now relatively cooler today only sixty one degrees right now in boston good saturday morning i'm teeny gal wbz news top stories now more lawmakers are speaking out on the contentious policy that separates migrant children from their parents at the us mexico border they are now dealing with a painstaking process a reuniting those children already separated with their families a widely circulated picture of a crying migrant girl that us mexican border is not what it seems apparently the child's father claims that girl was never separated from her mother representatives michael capuano and katherine clark will be part of the twenty group of democratic members of congress visiting the southern border the group plans to speak with children and parents who have been affected by president trump's family separation policy while touring a border patrol station and also centralized processing center analysts three people are shot and lynn overnight this happened near a law avenue limp elise are still investigating and still looking for suspects as well the family of a young girl who committed suicide in new hampshire is speaking out wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports the eleven year old endured months of bullying by fellow students step mom hopes schaefer was the one who found schuyler damaris after the fifth grader took her own life in her father's home skyler had left a note saying she just couldn't take the bullying anymore we're still pretty numb and in shock still trying to cross it what's going on and coming to terms with our new reality without our baby schaeffer says her stepdaughter was tormented by kids who said if they looked like schuyler they would kill themselves and the bullying was relentless school cyber bullying she couldn't get away from it no matter where she went the family will now focus its efforts on raising awareness about bullying and the fact that words can hurt kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty several affiliates of planned parenthood are suing the department of health and human services over its ongoing efforts to impose an abstinence only focus on its team pregnancy prevention program the lawsuits were filed in federal court in new york city and spokane washington by four different planned parenthood affiliates covering new york city and estates of alaska hawaii idaho iowa nebraska and washington planned parenthood says a lawsuits are intended to protect the future of a teen pregnancy prevention program from what they termed ineffective abstinence only curriculums the agency also says it has a right to change its funding priorities and policies wbz news time five fifty one and now the story students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland floor oughta are taking their march for our lives bus tour to wisconsin they are visiting house speaker paul ryan's office and also holding a news conference cbs is adam ducks ter has more students were in town as part of the road to change presser never visiting ryan's office they held a press conference to address ryan directly every time after a tragedy happened like in newtown the kids were too young and the parents were mortified about speaking out but we weren't there were some who disagree with the student's message price war oath to defend the constitution and these these this organization wants to take away part of the constitution so as a a servicemember taking off of office i feel it's important one of the goals of the bus tour is to educate young people and encourage them to vote and they may term elections this fall wbz news time five.