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Harris on taking a COVID-19 vaccine: 'If Trump tells us to take it, I won't'
"If the doctors tell us that we should take it, I'll be the first in line to take it absolutely. But if Donald Trump tells us I should take that we should take it. I'm not taking it. WanNa. Talk about that exact moment in tonight's debate with one of the experts we turn to often doctor Irwin redlener is with US tonight pediatrics physician senior research scholar at Columbia. University's Earth Institute also happens to be the founding director of Colombia's National Center for Disaster Preparedness and Doc. It's just anecdotal but I swear she spoke for a lot of Americans tonight who don't WanNa see vaccine rushed to market for political reasons to match a date on the calendar twenty six days from now. We're fighting a growing anti vaccine movement in this country aided and abetted by the Russians on social media. It's a dicey time to get the public behind anything in a politicized pandemic. Is there reason to what she said tonight that people should doubt something pushed by the President and wait for something? That's maybe Endorsed by Dr, Fauci. Well Bryan that you're. You're absolutely right and I think the absolutely and the words that were spoken by Senator Harris were absolutely shared by undoubtedly many many Americans you know. Be. Committing twenty thousand public lies or allies over the last few years and expect people to believe you. This is a classic. You know the boy who cried wolf situation and I don't remember any time at least in my life where a President United States of either party was so dishonest and so disbelieved that somebody a US senator say. I'm not going to even begin to believe the President United States I'm going to wait for the scientists to tell me what I should be doing. So this is this is a particularly poignant moment in presidential messaging and how much it's going to matter who is giving the message Brian. Let's talk about the president of the United States and to keep you from having to say it I, know he is not your patient nor have you examined him but we know something about the meds. He is on he said tonight that he chose the medical discipline that was his own treatment. He said tonight's he's going to find a way to get his treatment for free to those who need it probably physically implausible Do you believe that the meds he's on have a way of suppressing actual illness things like temperature and changing behavior Yes Brandon. These are experimental meds and an experimental regiment that he's on. It's preposterous to think thin. The general public are a few people in the general public would be able to get the kind of care and demand the kind of care that the president did. So that's completely out of the question why he felt it necessary to say that I don't know but it's it's absolutely out of the question Brian it the other things so much about this whole story over the last week or so. That's that's really shaking has I had I can't tell you how many phone calls after many doctors without examining the president watched him climb up the stairs after getting out of the helicopter and going up to the balcony of the white. House and he got to the top of the SEPTA? He was gasping for breath he looked terrible I was inundated with calls and we all were sort of talking about this. So we don't know we don't understand and we don't believe that it's actually head-spinning here but. To say that anybody is going to be able to get what he got is out of the question nor should people nor should people get exactly what he? We don't know these are experimental drugs Brian.
Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability
"Like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. What's your take on the strategy itself? Overall as you say, it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but certainly yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty from the twenty six danes strategies. Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, sixteen or? Taking a completely new direction. While the that, you can certainly say the why the two thousand twenty strategy is reaction to experience the twenty six strategy That the twenty sixteen subsequently strategy had a very large number of of objectives and Nisha announced under it. I think the government found the experience of trying to implement those very large number projected initiatives again, adopted under outcome Tambo's prime ministership around the breathing bruising exercise because the twenty twenty strategy dramatically rationalize is temptation I'm say that the broad spread of of initiatives and objectives under the strategy a kind of a toddler. Your decide that the Gospel confessed about ninety percent of the funding. Associated with these twenty twenty strategy he's allocated to security agencies So it goes into building. Capabilities with particularly the is day but also other security agencies on. Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, and that's well and good We have I think outstanding internationally recognized capabilities within is. and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. Maintain those capabilities in my time that that international ranking. Suppose big Criticism that that libraries had is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, mock the baseline up security security. Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy You know there's a lot of examples of that. Wall is day is absolutely world standard. Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description reminding at relatively low levels. you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. Seventies ago now. had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. Is Connect between very high capability. Inside Is Day lower levels of saga resilience and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. Telcos, absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. In the I six navy top fifty. And you start seeing. Very, different levels of resilience.
"twenty six days" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Being happy Friday twenty six day of June overcast seventy nine degrees chances sprinkles this afternoon the weekend right now looks like sunny upper eighties white chance of rain today some sprinkles and that's about in the forecast seventy nine right now light winds beautiful day overcast day mild temperatures actually unsanitary here's the planned sexual talk with the mayor one thirty today we will talk with Jim Nagel from the north central regional transit district otherwise known as the blue buses Jennifer first gas and legal I'm Lisa Koppel will join is it too will talk about the farmers market and Camilla five woman Rio Grande chapter this year global joint that's real talk about renewable energy we will also give away today a twenty five dollar gift card to Joe's diner to win that later in the show you'll have to have the phone number which is five oh five four two four twelve sixty we have tons of news to talk about today local international we have space news we got all kinds of stuff to do let's talk to mayor Alan Webber mayor how are you doing well how are you doing my friend I'm hanging in there that was a week when it night usually they have seven days yeah counterpoint we got we got stuff to do we've got virtual gay pride parade on Saturday show things are cooking and the city is looking good I think there's.
Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping
"Let's talk about alarming surges in corona virus cases across the United States yeah you know the U. S. south and the west raising fears that the outbreak is spiraling out of control and that hard won progress against the disease is slipping away because of resistance among many Americans to wearing a mask in keeping their distance from others confirming predictions of the easing of state walk downs over the past month and a half would lead to a comeback of the virus cases surpassed no that was cut off when we click on that cases surpassed a hundred thousand in Florida hospitalizations are rising dramatically in Houston and Georgia and stuff startling one in five of those tested in Arizona where Donald Trump is going to have a political rally are that one in five are proving to be infected over the weekend the virus seem to be everywhere at once several campaign staff members who helped set up president trump's rally in Tulsa tested positive as did twenty three Clemson University football players in South Carolina at least thirty members of the Louisiana State University team were isolated after becoming infected meat packing plants were also hit without breaks gene and I were talking before the show about the the women's soccer team that was I think it's for Landau Orlando pride they've withdrawn from the challenge Cup that happening here here in Utah because of numerous because really I think three players and four or five staff members of that team a Texas is among the number of states including Arizona Alabama Florida South Carolina whose governors have resisted statewide match requirements Utah we could put in with that as well it's not going well my friends it's not going well at all here in Utah Angela Dunn has urged governor Herbert to return coronavirus restrictions to the orange level statewide if Utah does not get down to an average of two hundred new cases per day by July first during the past week the state has averaged more than twice that many about four hundred and seventy new daily cases we're quickly getting to the point where the only viable option to manage spread and death will be a complete shutdown warns a memo from a doctor Angela Dunn the state epidemiologist the Utah department of health document which Dunn said was presented the leaders of the state's coronavirus response states that contact tracing and testing will not be enough to curb the rapid spread of covert nineteen the surge began twelve days after Herbert loosened restrictions by moving nearly all of the state to yellow or low risk status the memo notes on Monday the state reported four hundred and forty four new cases the twenty sixth day with more than two hundred cases this might be our last chance for course correction the
Researchers nearly double U.S. coronavirus death projection due to easing
"A draft analysis shows daily deaths in the U. S. nearly doubling projections are showing U. S. coronavirus deaths nearly doubling models say the death toll is going to double over the next month we can double the number of deaths every single day if all these models that are surfacing today are accurate should cities consider imposing even tighter restrictions rather than plan for re opening everything is not fine we're not on the other side of this yet okay please please listen to me as don lemon they're the dumbest man in television begging people listen to him don't re open don't do this what is all this about this is about a leaked projection from a new model that has not been verified it has not been in any way backed up with any evidence whatsoever in fact I believe that this model was created to be leaked for the express purpose here I'm trying to tarnish and trash the decision that has been made to re open states and to re open the U. S. economy and how do I because the New York times has the story and here's the headline and internal trump administration report expects about two hundred thousand daily cases by June as president trump presses for states to re open there are gonna be his administration is privately projecting a steady rise in the number of coronavirus cases and deaths over the next several weeks she trump doesn't care trump doesn't care if you're going to die trump doesn't give a rat's rear really whether you're going to die and in fact I have a column here from the UK guardian will Americans ever forgive trump for his heartless lack of compassion it is a full court press easily predictable we have re opened the now the number of cases but warning the number of deaths ball warning trump knows and he's not telling anybody because he doesn't want people to know they're going to die trump would preferred that that a diet the Republicans would prefer people die just so they can go out and make a profit that is the mantra the daily death toll according to the leaked projection here of another model that is again it hasn't been vetted scientifically in any way shape matter for it is purely a political document it's it's like the steel dossier fog this thing is this largely made up out of whole cloth the daily death toll will reach about three thousand people on June the first you realize that's just twenty six days from now folks the daily death toll will reach amount three thousand on June the first according to an internal document obtained by The New York Times this is a seventy percent increase from the current number of one thousand seven hundred and fifty people who die that trump hates the projections based on government modelling pulled together by the Federal Emergency Management FEMA forecast about two hundred thousand new cases each day by the end of the month up from about twenty five thousand cases a day at the moment so we're gonna go from twenty five thousand cases a day to two hundred thousand cases able twenty six days and we're gonna go from seventeen hundred deaths just three thousand all because why is Donald Trump opened up the US economy Donald Trump told Republican governors also hate people the new also it'll give a commitment to open up their states good lord this is outrageous what these people are doing and there it is all about Alexion in November it's not that these are the people claim to have all the compassion the Democrats in the leftist and so forth the media okay if in in case anybody still has any doubts about how important the Democrats in the media they give me is to continue this lockdown of the country as long as possible in order to destroy this economy and rec trump's chances for reelection this story we'll tell you
Los Angeles County extends stay-at-home order through May 15
"County in keeping restrictions meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus in place for at least another five weeks you're extending the safer at home order until may fifteenth LA mayor Eric Garcetti this means that nonessential businesses and activities will remain closed we'll continue requiring physical distancing and face coverings for workers and customers the city of Los Angeles has closed businesses in restricted public gatherings since March fifteenth twenty six days and counting so this is a more than doubling down and I know how tough it's going to be for a lot of folks he says the restrictions are working and that's why they need to continue we won't have one day longer keeping you at home but we won't let you out one day earlier than the public health officials tell us is necessary to save your lives asked whether LA might consider check points to prevent outsiders from coming in while the city stay at home order is in effect Garcetti says you cannot build a wall around LA the solution he says is national leadership with restrictions throughout the
"twenty six days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hundred and twenty six days in jail for yes fans San Antonio the summer Olympics in Tokyo have been postponed welcome to day five of spring traffic and weather good morning everything looking free and clear right now even that minor slowdown I mentioned earlier on thirty five southbound is now nonexistent that means you've got optimal travel times to all of the surrounding cities about thirty to thirty five minutes between San Antonio and Bernie or new crumbles thirty five to forty four sixteen I'm calling Alice these radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd afternoon sunshine for the rest of the week look for highs around ninety degrees today tomorrow and Thursday may be even warmer Jerry hall and work eight those into effect for sixteen days beginning tonight at eleven fifty nine PM I guess they leave out midnight so that it's not confusing to people thanks for getting back in the day on the day this day the twenty fourth day of March it was nineteen fifty eight twenty three Elvis Aaron Presley was inducted into the army in Memphis Tennessee serial number five three three one zero seven six one thing go forty eight years ago nineteen seventy two a little later on offer you can review the godfather released Marlon Brando Vito Corleone and Al Pacino is a son Michael thirty four years ago at the Academy Awards you mean the Grammys Parker the Academy Awards Lionel Richie won best song for say you say me which of course was from the motion picture no one saw call white knights Gregory Hines and Mikhail Baryshnikov nineteen eighty nine on this day the Exxon Valdez rammed a reef off the coast of Alaska leaking eleven million gallons of oil into the sea leaking obviously an understatement took three years and two billion dollars to clean up twenty eight years ago due to a class action lawsuit you could get a cash rebate up to three dollars if you could prove you bought milli Vanilli music before November twenty seventh nineteen ninety the baby lip sinking scandal broke back to the Academy Awards twenty three years ago nineteen ninety seven Cuba Gooding junior best Supporting Actor Oscar for playing rod Tidwell in Jerry Maguire speaking with the Academy Awards two thousand to eighteen years ago Halle berry became the first African American to win a Best Actress Oscar everybody remembers the scene from a long yes and Denzel Washington that year won Best Actor for his role in training day two thousand sixteen four years ago today we lost comedian Garry Shandling at the age of sixty six celebrating birthdays today one Jessica Chastain ain't Oscar nominated red dead from the zoo keepers why she was in the help zero dark thirty the Martian she's forty three or the greatest quarterbacks ever play the game Peyton manning I think he on something like four million quarterback records in the National Football League eight days forty four Jim Parsons Sheldon on the Big Bang theory turns forty seven member Donna Hayward on Twin Peaks Helen gamble on the practice Lara Flynn Boyle needs used to yes she needs that and she used to spank Jack Nicholson well who didn't yeah exactly Lara Flynn Boyle is fifty today the virtual dream girl Lisa in the movie weird science Kelly LeBrock turning sixty she was Angie on ABC she was in net in Saturday night fever Donna Pascal is sixty six I really like Saturday night fever until it started jacking with net yeah our water and a bunch of cruel dudes man really happy birthday Lee Oscar because we're social distancing that's why the Oscar of war is seventy two R. Lee Ermey the amazing drill sergeant in full metal jacket and tie cast he was the leader of the toy soldiers in the Toy Story movies we lost our early army in two thousand eighteen and today is the birthday of Tom Horne Josh Randall bullet Pappy owned sand pebbles Steve McQueen the king of cool he got his start in one of the worst movies in the history of mankind called out blah blah even the queen born nineteen thirty died messo Feedly alma in nineteen eighty today of course continues national women's history month for March on this day in two thousand two Halle berry won the Oscar for her performance in the movie monster's ball first black woman to win an academy award in the Best Actress category she wasn't the first overall that honor of course goes to happy make Daniel who was the first African American to be nominated and win an academy award that of course was in gone with the wind back in nineteen thirty nine so you can do the math on that one it was a long time coming how long will the corona virus crisis last nobody knows for sure how long will our coverage last as long as it takes for this crisis to pass anytime you need.
House passes coronavirus relief bill after Trump announces his support
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi is praising the coronavirus response bill the house passed overnight we did what we said we were going to do put families first with page six US six twenty six days of family medical leave unemployment insurance the bill passed the house in the wee hours on a bipartisan three hundred sixty three to forty vote after president trump tweeted that he fully supported it the bill includes free testing for the coronavirus enhance paid sick and family leave but does not include the payroll tax that the president had been demanding the Senate is expected to take up the measure next week major retailers and drug stores meanwhile working with health officials to set up temporary drive through testing for the corona virus appears Alina Selyukh reports that president trump's press conference Friday said companies like Walmart and Walgreens will facilitate drive through testing sites in their parking lots executives from Walmart target CVS and Walgreens appeared alongside president trump to say they're working to set up the drive through corona virus testing in select areas of their parking lots the goal is for individuals to be able to drive up and B. swapped without having to leave your car this kind of testing has been practiced in South Korea and a few of the U. S. states the White House says soon there will be a new web portal where people could plug in their symptoms to determine if they qualify for a swab and then get directed to the closest testing drive through the retail and pharmacy companies say they're still working out the details of the scale and
DPH: ASU coronavirus patient released from isolation
"In an update now on the case of a patient with corona virus and Tempe that patient has been released from isolation twenty six days after testing positive for the
Tristan Jarry, Penguins beat Oilers 5-2
"Tristen Jerry may twenty six days and Jared McCann scored the eventual winners the penguins beat the orders five two penguins and never trailed although it got interesting when the order is closed it to three two short handed with thirty seconds to go in the second coach Mike sold in in the intermission told his team to relax stay with the process and try to get a power play goal and even if you don't don't worry sure enough those guys go all these horrible so it's we felt like we we grab the momentum right back that's four in a row and seven of the last beat for the penguins five two winners over the orders Scott Johnson Edmonton
Thomas Rhett Announces Tour Dates
"Country star Thomas right announces his tour dates for twenty twenty Thomas reading after twenty twenty headlining tour that will run through summer name for his latest album the center point road tour kicks off may twenty ninth in New Hampshire twenty six day run will span the entire country heading amphitheaters in Cincinnati Ohio west Palm Beach Florida main in California Cole Swindell and hearty will be joining rat on most of the day read recently paid tribute to Sesame Street during the Kennedy center honors in Washington DC that air
"twenty six days" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Season and to just twenty six days with thanksgiving having come out on the latest possible date on the earnings calendar this week we'll see quarterly results from sales force dot com Campbell's soup at H. and R. block as well as retailers including land's end of five below children's place Tiffany dollar general and ulta beauty with business now at twenty three and fifty three past each hour from the Bloomberg news room mark mills newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM it is here at the uptown karate club we're we're about to witness the incredible display well it's hard not to call it anything but it just plain stupidity body on a walk that mile two by fours with the part of your body that you think well you know there are easier ways like I was saying there are easier ways to prove you're a man for instance registering with selective service when you turn eighteen shows that you're a man who's responsible and in charge of his life it guarantees that you'll have the chance to receive college loans job training and government jobs and best of all it doesn't hurt a bit register with service within thirty days you're eighteen online at W. W. W. dot S. S. S. dot gov or at your local post office nasty broly her is that a splinter hi it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this.
"twenty six days" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
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"twenty six days" Discussed on KOMO
"Twenty-six day of April. I'm Gregg Hersholt, MandA is off this morning. Frank Lenzi at the editor's desk. These are some of our our top stories North Korean leader, Kim Jong says the future of peace on the Korean peninsula is up to the United States. North Korean media reports during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday, Kim said the US acted in bad faith at the failed second summit between himself and President Trump. The White House is not commenting about a report that North Korea build the United States two million dollars for the care of Otto warmbier an American who died a few days after being returned to this country before they would release warm beer who was in a coma after a long detention by North Korea that Cup of that country demanded a signature promising to pay the Bill it's unclear if they got the money, although this morning on Twitter. President Trump is deny. Dying that they were paid off a section of lake Washington and Bellevue is boomed off by the state ecology department after a boat fire led to a diesel spill the forty foot boat burned and sank early yesterday morning. No one was on board. Witnesses say they heard some sort of an explosion. And then they saw flames coming from that boat. Veterinarians are seeing more and more dogs being rushed to the hospital after eating sugar substitute that you find in chewing, gum and some foods. Komo's Patrick Quinn spoke to the owner of one dog that was lucky to survive. It was really scary. I thought well, we're going to go home. Now, they sent us home. Are we ever going to see him? Again, this year old lab swallow, nearly fifty pieces of Trident chewing gum from his owners core shortly after that he started seizing.
"twenty six days" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"There's this gal in Bangladesh who gave very little. I'm reading about her that she gave birth. Okay. And then twenty six days later, she gave birth to twin. Okay. So she gave birth to a single child. And then she gave birth to twins four six twenty six days later. I mean was she and a farm animal? What was how did they explain explain that? Well, she's she's kind of on the lower income sites that she'd never had an ultrasound. So they didn't know this. But she had to wims. Okay. So she actually. Conceived three babies at the same time in two different wombs poss-, isn't that? Crazy. Holy cow. And I kind of look at that. That's kind of interesting that's sort of like. Being having your different legs to the retirement still having different wombs the belly like she's now what a what a pleasure she gave Britain. Twinsies. This poor family. She's only twenty years old now they have three kids. Mean is that a story? But here's what I wanted to point out from it. The IRA plan 4._0._1._K plenty as we cut. That's not really a plan. That's only a place that you're parking your money. So what you need to do is be like a parent. Okay. When you are raising a baby, for example, when you're raising a baby. Of course, there's a lot you gotta learn nobody's apparent before. They're actually apparent and right now, it's like your IRA 4._0._1._K plan. They're just sort of percolating there. And and and there will be a time when you actually have to beat the parent to that money and you have to do the right decisions to make smart decisions. And and behave like date was saying with that money and be responsible like he would with a child as you are raising a child here. And so it is your time. Now to start thinking about those that money that I've set aside in those quote unquote plans, how do I really plan for success in the future?.
"twenty six days" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"He'll be a three part series. And today in part one. I want to give you a case for your moving to a no income tax state. And I wanna make sure that I bring this to your attention right now during tax season. So that you can have current data to do your own analysis now in the United States, April is, of course, the time that we file our federal income tax returns to the US government. And of course, most states, I don't know of any of the dozen. But of course, I'm not I've not reviewed every state. But so I think most states lineup their own state income taxes as being do with the federal returns, April is also interestingly the day that we celebrate tax freedom day in the United States. Now, I don't know what the date is for twenty. Nineteen. I haven't seen that date released but in twenty eighteen tax freedom day was April nineteen tax freedom day is the date at which Americans collectively have finished paying all of their taxes in the United States Americans collectively spend more on taxes than on food, clothing and housing combined. Now, of course that tax burden is not equal the rich Barrett. Much more than the poor people do but collectively American spend much more in taxes than on food, clothing and housing combined. And so if you actually look at the numbers takes about forty four days to pay off federal state and local individual income taxes payroll taxes, take about twenty six days to pay from their sales and excise taxes and other fifteen days, then corporate income taxes and other seven days property taxes and other eleven days, and then the last six days are spent paying a state and inheritance taxes customs duties and other taxes to bring you to about the middle or end of April. Four tax freedom day Canadians. Of course, celebrate tax freedom day usually in about June last year it was June. Ten Canadians pay about forty three per six sporty three point six percent of their annual income to taxes. So the point is that at taxes are major expense and for many of us the biggest expenses income tax. That's really frustrating because income tax has that perverse incentive of meaning that if you are productive, you pay more you can avoid many other taxes with your behavior, for example, if you don't like sales taxes, you can change how you buy things in order to avoid or reduce sales taxes, if you don't like property taxes, you can change the property that you buy and where you buy it to avoid those property taxes, but income taxes are insidious because in order to avoid them, you have to make less money. But of course, we wanna be productive. We want to be we want to be. I don't know another word used in productive. I want to be a good steward with my resources with my energy. And with my businesses to produce as much. Money as possible. But the more I produce the more money, I pay in tax find that very frustrating personally. So we talk a lot and radical personal finance, but how you can reduce your tax Bill and want to strike right to the heart of it though. Because although there are dozens and dozens and dozens perhaps hundreds of individual little techniques that we can put into place in our lives to minimize and reduce our tax Bill. There were few big techniques that make a big difference. The thing that is difficult for many lay people about tax planning is they're always looking for one big idea there wishing for that. They were one thing that if you just did this one thing than it would change your tax situation. Well, I've been modestly obsessed with this topic for years and have educated myself to a very high level, and I have never been able to find that one thing try as hard as I've looked to find it. But in this series, I'm gonna give you three things that I think are big fast strokes that will make. A big difference. Unlike all little deductions, all the little offsets all little credits in and things that you can accumulate. These are some three big strokes for you to consider. So let's talk about the case for your moving to an income tax Free State in the United States US residents, pay income taxes at three levels..
Bangladesh mother discovers twins in second uterus days after giving birth
"Now, this is a pretty amazing story that you'll be talking about a twenty year old woman from Bangladesh gave birth to twins twenty six days after giving birth to her first child woman gave birth to a baby boy in late February that's than four weeks later. She was back at the hospital complaining of abdominal pain doctors performed an ultrasound and realized she was pregnant with twins. It turns out she has to uteruses first baby and the twins were conceived and grown in separate wombs. Women didn't get an ultrasound before the first delivery.
"twenty six days" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Partial government shutdown enters its twenty sixth day. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell insists it's up to Democrats to end it could stand with common sense with border experts with federal workers or they could continue to remain passive spectator. The Trump administration has ordered fifty thousand additional furloughed employees back to work. Most of them at the IRS to process returns and refunds Kevin Hassett. Tear of the council of economic advisers says the shutdown is costing the economy more than double initial estimates. There are people who are having trouble making their rent payments who aren't able to go out, and and go to a restaurant or something, and and those are permanent hits to consumption almost a day after it began a terror attack in Kenya is over reporter, Catherine arms is in. Nairobi can use president says the siege. On a hotel complexes now over leaving fourteen dead. Among them are an American and a Briton the attack began shortly after three pm on Tuesday with an explosion at the gate and a suicide bomb detonated inside the building. Al Shabaab terrorists have claimed responsibility. The fate of Brexit and the British Prime minister, both hang in the balance today live to London and CBS's. Vicki Barker, they assist the sound of Theresa May's Brexit deal suffering the worst parliamentary defeat in modern times today may faces a confidence vote from the opposition labour party that could triggered you elections here in about eight weeks. This was only ten weeks to go before Brexit day, assuming she keeps her job. Theresa May says she'll be back in parliament next week with her plan b but she'll have to pull a very big rabbit out of a very Big Hat to keep Britain from crashing out of Europe on March twenty nights, Deborah late afternoon at a seafood restaurant in New York City turned deadly when a man with a hammer walked in. And beat three men in the head killing the shaft. So.
"twenty six days" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Twenty six days to discuss the results of the twenty twenty election. Live panel at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC moderator was Karlyn Bowman of. By two eight participants on the panel, Michael Barone and norm. Ornstein also Gianforte from the bipartisan policy center and Henry Allston from the ethics and public policy center. Some campaign news today to more of the handful of close US house races had been called in both our democratic pickups of seats. Previously held by Republicans. Washington state's eighth district Kim schreier wins over Dino Rossi and Georgia's sixth district Lucy MacBeth has beaten Karen Handel. Also today, the supreme court says that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is in the hospital after she fell in her office last night and fractured three ribs. She's eighty five years old the court went ahead today with a ceremony welcoming the newest Justice Brad Kavanagh that was attended by President Donald Trump. President Trump has ordered all US flags the White House in public buildings throughout the country to be lowered to half staff in honor of the twelve people including a responding sheriff's deputy killed in the mass shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California last night. The Justice department now under the control of acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker after Jeff Sessions resigned yesterday. It raises questions about the future of special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. We spoke to a reporter at the scorning about that. Carrie johnson. MPR Justice correspondent joining us on the phone right now. Carrie johnson. On this issue of the attorney general recusing himself on the Russia investigation. How was that received within the Justice department? It was received credit as a matter, of course, because it was quite clear that as a prominent member of the Trump campaign as someone who actually wore one of those make America great events. Great again hat on the campaign trail with then candidate Donald Trump. Jeff Sessions is attorney general not overseeing investigation into people connected with the Trump campaign. So it was quite clear issue for DOT ethics experts. And when the president started going after sanctions, four recusing people inside the Justice department dot that was really a wrong thing to do because he was just following the rules and the guidelines at Justice trying to be shipshape. Moreover, people have told me others on the shortlist to become attorney general after the election people, like former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani would have had the same recusals issue that Jeff Sessions because those two men were also heavily involved in. Trump campaign. Why is or how is it that the president is able to ask for his resignation and then replaced him with the? Take a staff of the outgoing attorney general well for legal purposes, it appears as if Jeff Sessions resigned under pressure from the White House, not not a firing for purposes of the law, and because that was done as a resignation instead of firing President Trump can't appoint someone who's been Senate confirmed or someone who's in a senior role at the Justice department to take over for the attorney general, and that's just what he's done. He's appointed Matt Whitaker who had been Jeff Sessions chief of staff to be the acting attorney general for purposes of replacing Jeff Sessions under a law called the vacancies reform act now, some lawyers legal experts are quibbling about or maybe more than quibbling about whether Matt Whitaker should have the legal authority to oversee the Russia probe because he has not been confirmed himself to do this job. But it's hard to see now. How those challenges get anywhere in the courts right now, the focus seems to be whether Matt Whitaker needs to recuse himself because of the Otake ethics regulations. I've asked the Justice department about them. They say that they're proceeding under regular, normal course. Which would mean there would be a review by the OJ ethics lawyers? But people close to the White House has been saying, they do not believe Matt Whitaker will have to recuse recusals issue has come up because of course, Matt Whitaker is a CNN commentator before he joined the Trump administration had made a number of remark about this special counsel investigation that he thought there was nothing wrong with firing FBI director, Tim Komi that one way to deprive the special counsel of the resources to do its work would be starved by name grind to a halt, those kinds of comments. I met Whitaker before he joined the Justice department are giving people in the Democratic Party, a lot of positives. Morning about whether he's the right guy to oversee the smaller investigation, Terry Johnson could how long legally or under lock and then can stay as the acting general. And could he have the authority? Starve the Robert Mueller investigation and quash it that way. Sure. So under the law. It seems as if he would have at least two hundred ten days to serve which is an awfully long time people close to the White House and people close to this investigation seemed to think that maybe bomber we'll be wrapping up within that two hundred ten days, maybe much sooner. So so that that investigation or the bulk of the investigation maybe done during that Whitaker's tenure as acting attorney general. Asper whether he would have the power to decide the special counsel teams budget. He would have the power to deny certain resources financial and otherwise to the special counsel team in under the Justice department regulations the special counsel team needs to go to the attorney general in this case Matt Whitaker for approval before it takes big steps like indictment. Also, the attorney general Matt Whitaker would be in charge of deciding how much of whatever report the special counsel team prepares would eventually make its way to the public, which is a matter of great public. Interesting concern in congress, and among people all over the country. They want to find out as much as they can about what the special counsel found if he is. In fact, preparing that report currently makes those decisions and have we heard from NatWest Whitaker that that he would not take control that he would leave it in the hands of rod Rosen's. Stein. Sure. So rod Rosenstein because Jeff Sessions was recused. Rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general has been the point man and overseeing the special counsel probe today at since the special counsel was appointed in fact, and so the president has chosen to leap over rod Rosenstein, who is in fact, Senate confirmed for this deputy attorney general job, Matt Whitaker. In charge Whitaker hasn't said anything directly about the Mueller investigation since he was announced as acting attorney general last night, but he did issue a statement saying he thanked Jeff Sessions for his dedicated public servants. And that he intended to lead the Justice department to the highest ethical standards already. We're hearing from some Democrats, including possibly Vinexpo of the house Nancy Pelosi, and possibly the next House Judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler of New York that they want to understand more about the circumstances surrounding Jeff Sessions forced resignation. And the White House's decision to install Matt Whitaker at the top of the DOJ. If Robert Muller wraps up his investigation. What happens to his report? So the report will go to a G I Torney general, or in this case, the acting attorney general if it's determined that that would occur does not have to recuse. And that person will decide how much of the report ever becomes public now with the house in democratic Kansas early as next year members of the House Judiciary committee and the house leadership can attempt to figure out a way to subpoena to report or require testimony from special counsel, Robert Muller or other people involved in the investigation that would be one other way of finding out more and getting out more information to the public about what those investigators have concluded yesterday evening. We saw the attorney general leave the Justice department with his. Colleagues around him clapping. What how was that put together? And what what was the message? What were you told? The message was from those that work at the Justice department. It was a rather hastily put together a departure. I E mail went out to DOJ employees saying if they wanted to a wish Jeff Sessions be attorney general, well, they should gather in the courtyard after Justice department as he walked down to the building for what seems to be the final time Jeff Sessions, look very emotional. He said repeatedly that being the attorney general was the best job in his life than he'll ever have. And he shook hands have met Whitaker who's now replacing him. He should handle the solicitor general. Noel Francisco any also shook hands with Jodie hunt. Who is an assistant attorney general in charge of the civil division and a former sessions aided Justice. And then he got into his car in wins driven driven away out of the building. He did it a lot of applause, not everybody inside the Justice department with a fan of Jeff Sessions. But many of them thought he'd been treated very shabbily by this president who of course, had been attacking Jeff Sessions anyone who would listen over the last year or so with respect to this this special counsel investigation, which the president deems is baseless and a witch hunt. And it's still very very angry about finally Carrie Johnson. What will be Jeff Sessions legacy at the Justice department? Jeff Sessions has gotten a lot accomplished in less than two years. He's ordered all prosecutors to pursue the most serious charges available in the most serious sentences available in drug crimes, which is a big reversal from the Obama years. He stepped back from investigating entire police departments for wrongdoing that he has proceeded with some prosecutions of individuals on hate crimes. And then of course, he was most interested in most involved in immigration. He's been trying to overhaul the immigration courts with which the Justice department overseas. And he's also tried to limit the kinds of people and numbers of people. Can seek asylum here in the United States Terry dancing covers the Justice department for NPR. Thank you. My pleasure. That interview from this morning's Washington journal on C span also this morning, counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway spoke with reporters in the White House driveway about the switch of attorneys general. She was also asked about the deadly shooting in California, and the CNN reporter Jim Acosta, having his White House media credentials suspended. This is a repair she's been radio programming from Thursday. What.
"Authorities launched a full-scale search across the city after a few hours, they got their target, and it goes the full criminal arrest treatment taken away in the back of a police car. So what spot the chaos and Asia correspondent Jake's termer reports from Tokyo. Japan's famously low crime rate Maine's that police sometimes have to look for things to do. But this week in Turkey. Our officers were kept busy with a major manhunt. Stan what's he gonna do? When they come back. Well. Ah raccoon, hunt wise it here. While this woman says come from this, man. While animals rowing through Tokyo is becoming an increasingly big problem. Just over ten years ago, sixty four wild animals were captured. But by twenty six day that's surged to almost six hundred the raccoon story, laid NHK's news bulletin featured Japanese animal expert, Koichi Gocha. Yes. He says the city's warm, and there's plenty of food from leftovers and rubbish as well as many hiding places he says, it's a raccoon paradise. But for the raccoon Tokyo, probably wasn't the paradise. It was looking for especially when police officers and firefighters had it surrounded. The raccoon was upper tray police were waiting with nets. By poked it with a large stick to try to make phone. Bennett kept climbing back out. Eventually the raccoon did drop. The police fumble. The raccoon Poundstone the Crofty critter escape their nets. And ledet. China is on. Surrounding areas will coordinate off the search continued for hours many people stopped to watch the drama on fold but keeping a safe distance. Finally, the raccoon was spotted by one of several camera crews covering the story. It had been cornered in the doorway of a house. It was captured by five five and handed over to police to carry it out in our patrol Cassar plays Mike space, the officers yell to the crowd that had gathered. It was driven off in the middle. Saito of the police cow with officers on either side, the state normally reserved for criminals here in Japan. The raccoon is yet to be charged and he's believed to not be cooperating with police.
"twenty six days" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Twenty six days to go until the midterm elections and the GOP maintain control of congress both the house and the Senate live from Washington D, C J secular line. Phone lines are open for your questions right now. Call one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero that's one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten. And now your host jordansekulow. Welcome to Jay live. We are twenty six days out from the midterm elections that will determine whether the Republicans maintain control of the house of representatives that is very key. And that is what has been most focused on and will Republicans in the Senate be able to actually increase their March. It's now you don't take anything for granted. But we are going to go through some numbers and statistics today with the most relevant polls and information out there on the key races to show you why it's again, the house that I think is in most jeopardy, but there seems to be a tide turning will the tide turn quickly enough is the question. I want to get your thoughts on that one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten if you're in these states that are purple states swing states. You've got if you've got a a one of these congressional races in the house. That's a toss up that again, maybe Republican has. As an. People are saying, well, maybe the Democrats got a chance this time. Give us a call will Republicans be able to figure out how to maintain control of the house of representatives one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten that's one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten just to give you a little example, President Trump last night was in Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania and Erie, Pennsylvania. When you look at this the races that are up that either could go as far as likely damn GOP. And what's in between? There are two toss ups in that Republican seats in Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania one, which is Fitspatrick Pennsylvania seven which is open. There's a a one that leans a GOP that Scott Perry, and the one that is likely GOP that's Mike Kelly, but still on the scale the Mike Kelly a good friend of ours on the leans dim. You've got a match up between two incumbent because of redistricting one Republican one democrat that democrat being. Conor lamb. He's got a pretty sizable lead in that race pity. Also has one more two more that are open Pennsylvania five in Pennsylvania six. So no surprise that. President Trump was there last night at that rally. He'll be heading to Ohio tomorrow and art to Kentucky on Friday. There are there are tossup races. There and Kentucky the Kentucky six congressional district for Andy bar and then in Ohio again, you've got Ohio one in Ohio twelve leading GOP. That's a Steve Chabert and Balderstone as well as a likely GOP race there. Joyce. I mean, there's a lot of reasons why the president vice president hitting the campaign trail this is targeted and it looks to be right now saying very targeted on house races. Yeah. These trips are definitely house Centric, not even Senate races up for contest in at least some of these instances, Jordan. But look, I think the president's doing the right thing when you look at a midterm election. Like, this you always start with a delta between the enthusiasm of the of the party that is out of power in this case, the democrat party and the enthusiasm of of the party that controls all the levers of government, Jordan, the best way to close that delta to narrow the enthusiasm gap is for the leader of the party in this case, President Trump who is wildly popular in these districts to show up in a campaign. So yes, these are how Centric trips for the president probably the very best way to close that enthusiasm delta. And I would just say this Jordan, you don't actually have to reverse the enthusiasm gap. All the way you just have to narrow it. Because in most of these tossup districts in the house, you're talking about Republican seats that need to be defended. Now it, and there's no doubt they're gonna lose somehow seats across the map, but Jordan if they can defend just ahead. Handful of them. They're going to retain the majority. Let me tell you something folks the rhetoric on.
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"Name. That's it. That's all. I'm by your phone. If you promised a bust up this football phone and break it on the air. It's ridiculous. Many more phone calls that we have to make for you. I mean, all right. I'll see you next week. I think that's maybe a good idea show up in studio because the phone thing isn't working out too. Well, actually right now. It sounds pretty good. So maybe she can give us some final thoughts. Final thoughts. Go. It's a pleasure being with you any now, I love you, even though I disagree all the time. I do think flat four or something. And they're not something twenty six days. They're not admitted. I agree with that. Sorry. And what are they fighting for health care, healthcare, keeping ObamaCare jobs? Trump is Trump is the one that got the jobs. We didn't have any jobs under Obama. He brought us down. He took us from the precipice of rotation. Okay. But he's put thirteen million more Americans on food stamps and eight million more in poverty, that's eight years smash. Okay. He had eight years to fix the mess. Trump has done all this two years. That's the point back unemployment, Hispanic unemployment. All right, anyway, last word, our good friend. Sean you've been doing this for a long time over thirty years. You've been doing this never heard a worse phone then. Danielle McLachlan's and in in those thirty years, you see I wash interviews where people are asking young people if they're going to vote, and they're gonna say, no because they're not really into this. You have been in the middle is while I was doing law enforcement, you were integrated into all this politics. Have you yourself ever seen? The democrat party ever leave any sense of normalcy of what this country is all about. I mean, I remember when Reagan was in office. The Democrats say I would say is that when Newt Gingrich came to power. I remember was right after the Clinton care fiasco. They tried to do socialized medicine didn't work out the Republicans when they took power Clinton was smart enough. And I think through the advice of people like Dick Morris and others to move more to the center, right? And we were able to get to a balanced budget. It was one the Republicans put together they finally got Bill Clinton assign it and it worked, but it was more out of political necessity than any any principles that that he held deeply liberalism is a failed flawed ideology that never works. It seems great on paper free healthcare free daycare free free free. You know, we got this guy running out Gavin Newsom in cali-. Point three everything for everybody. Whether you're a citizen and non citizen free healthcare for anybody in California. You don't even have to be a resident tax payer, California, Frank. Okay. Good luck. Because everybody in the country that doesn't have healthcare. They're gonna race out to California when they get sick. All right. Thanks for being with us. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is a toll free telephone number Danielle McLaughlin, we need to buy you a phone badly..
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"One hundred twenty six. Days we will have lost six. Six old so operators on the roadways across his country correct Baker of Cupertino towing has also fire- firefighter EMT and twelve law enforcement officers Khan fire captain Josh, Andrews has seen two crashes on highway four both times we were positioned appropriately and happy will run into the back. Of our sixty foot long aerial apparatus with flashing lights they worry the seventy, percent of, Americans do not know, about the slow down move over. Law hundreds of casualties a year are the result. Of cars and trucks housing too close only inches from where work is being done on the shoulders and closed off lease and conquered by Butler KCBS a man. Has died from his injuries suffered in a hit and run collision as across the street in San Francisco's Richmond district earlier this month fifty four. Year old Ronald Albany Zhen died on Thursday Four Was crossing the, street Gary, boulevard and second avenue around one twenty a m with a grain four door. Sedan hit him a suspect vehicle left the. Scene no arrests have been. Made the case center remains under. Investigation some Catholics around the country are saying the sexual abuse on covered by a. Pennsylvania grand jury is not isolated to diocese in that state more from KOMO x., radios bread bloom in Missouri and Kansas victims, attorney. Rebecca Randall says she conducted her own follow up in the wake of the Pennsylvania, report and the numbers were. Astounding we have over two hundred and thirty priests that we know that have been sexually abusive in this area spoke during a press conference with several abuse, survivors including sixty two year, old Tom Viana, emotion Psychological Breath bloom four CBS news Saint Louis KCBS news, time twelve thirty six Hey everybody Rachel Ray.
Lawsuit to be filed against feds to reunite boy in detention center with mother in Mass
"The england dot com good morning and thanks for joining us i'm josh binswanger wbz news the truck that overturned this morning and weston is back on its wheels but the process of unloading the big reap is a beefy task chris culkeen joins us now with the latest we've been stewing over that for quite some time now the traffic's backed up all the way beyond route nine on the northbound side of route one twenty eight the pike is back out to route thirty they have to off load all of that beef before they can move that truck it's going to be at least another hour josh will keep you updated as we go along all right my friend thanks very much abc news time nine oh one donations are pouring into mcallen texas facility for migrant immigrants the center says as more people in the us our children being separated from their parents at the border boxes of clothes arrived at the center the facility now has had to rent additional storage space to accommodate all the donations meanwhile an attorney flew out of logan airport this morning for chicago in an attempt to secure the release of a nine year old boy who's been held in detention we get details from wbz's carl stevens attorney jesse blessed here at logan airport this morning was a man on a mission i'm here today to go to chicago and litigated on my client's behalf for the release of a nine year old boy who has been detained for twenty six days the nine year old boy and his mother lydia sousa were separated after arriving from brazil even though she was approved to seek asylum in the us she was still separated from her son and that's where the attorneys going to chicago filing suit in hoping for quick resolution i'm going to stay until i bring him back lydia souza's staying with relatives in hyannis the attorney says she is desperate to be reunited with her son from logan airport carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty president trump tweeted this morning that hiring thousands of judges and going through a long complicated legal process is not the way to go and will always be dysfunctional adding that people must simply be stopped at the border and told they cannot come into the us illegally wbz news time nine oh two high ns woman faces charges after she tried to steal silent auction items from a fundraiser held for officer sean gannon gannon was the police yarmuth policeman shot.
"twenty six days" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm paul jackson controversy continues this world around seattle's head tax to solve homelessness komo's corwin hake reports now the taxes approved mayor jenny durkan has yet to sign off on a spending plan the mayor and the city council are divided and there are divisions within the council itself some favor immediate fixes including more shelter beds while others say the money must go toward longterm affordable housing solutions that's why durkin has declined to sign off on any plan the indecision inflames head tax critics including seattle business owner ari hoffman i think that the city is already united against the city council and against the mayor's plan as you can see by all the surveys vast majority of people do not want that john scholes president of the downtown seattle association is hopeful indecision can quickly turn into action this issue unfortunately is divided the city we need everybody at the table says she's complicated people are suffering every day the head tax begins generating actual revenue in january without a spending plan in place the money goes into the general treasury where some have pointed out it could be spent on anything corwin hake komo news meanwhile a referendum drives already been launched at happened friday the goal to prevent seattle's business tax from ever taking effect here's komo's matt markovic they have to work fast because they have to gather eighteen thousand signatures in twenty six days we're gonna have a petition ready to be signed by the end of the day saul spady the grandson of the founder of dick's drive in says homelessness is a huge issue not being handled well by the city so he's one of the organizers of a new petition drive this is exciting a citizens referendum is an opportunity for us to make our voice heard and really that's all you can do to council votes nine oh on an issue that obviously the city wasn't unanimous about he says small businesses including dick's drive in our part of the launch and they're hoping that bigger names like amazon and starbucks will join early next week i think everybody's been getting to a boiling point and wondering if they're the only people left in seattle and i think a lot of us woke up and said oh my god we're not allowed now comes a chance for seattle voters to have some say on paying.
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"Sportscenter yellow there i'm more grabbing demand ncw finals now michigan is back after an appearance in twenty six days wolverines held off florida state fifty eight fifty four to win the west wolverines in their history will take on oil up chicago in the semifinals next week loyola's history well a long long time ago nineteen sixty three the last time they were there and the one the nashville titled the boat fifty five years later the ramblers you're heading back to the big event at take care of kansas state this williamson of loyola against saturday night on dickerson and we knew them in transition and we knew that they they come off a lot of boston try to hide we do a really good job of saudi opponents to the point where we go out we are confident that we know a lot about the number plate is that were placing fell daddy deemed exactly one of our strike that was well is look as welcomes williamson on espn radio tickets coming up sunday villanova gets texas tech exits east regional final in boston and then it's kansas against you in the mid west that game will be played in omaha the women's ncwa tournament top seed you cut beating duke to earn an eighth consecutive grip or thirteenth straight trip to the elite eight and the huskies will take on defending national champ south carolina monday night the albany regional title in the nba steph curry sprained mc l in his left name would be reevaluated three weeks in boston's kyrie irving up three to six weeks after minor knee surgery by monday we'll be inside thirty one days to the.
"Black Panther" No. 1 at the box office for fourth weekend
"To be battle the nc aa college basketball tournament better known as march madness nearly all of that money bet illegally that is one of the reasons the american gaming association is pushing for the full legalisation and regulation of sports betting in the u s a group found fifty four million people or about a quarter of the adult population participated in a sports betting pool at some point last year black panther is still packing plenty of punch at the box office the numbers from cbs business reporter jason brooks flag panther continues to hit big milestones topping the one billiondollar global box office mark over the weekend twenty six days after its debut this these marvel movie got its latest boost from its opening friday in china and black panthers disney's 16th movie to rake in one billion dollars globally and it's the fifth marvel film to do so nearly half of black panthers box office revenues come from overseas ticket sales of any one is missing a large golden key to the city of worcester police in north adam say they found it north adams it's unclear how the key ended up more than two hours from the city to which it belongs the key was found in a case containing the name of mayor andrew home strum who served worcester from nineteen fifty to fifty three the city's current mayor joseph patty says he's give it out more than one hundred keys to the city in the past two years again ace national has returned home after being caught at kennedy airport with nearly two dozen birds in his carryon this happened earlier this month twenty live finches were discovered in the travellers carryon bag by customs officer the passenger being questioned in fined three hundred dollars then sent on his way home.
"twenty six days" Discussed on AP News
"For as long as it divided berlin 28 years two months and twenty six days an amateur historian said last month that he had found the eighty meters stretch of wall and reported it to authorities because of concerns about its condition the old brick wall in the city's pankov district was incorporated into communist east germany's original fortifications when the border with west berlin was sealed in nineteen sixty one it was expanded and topped with a wire barrier as part of efforts to prevent east germans fleeing to the west most of the wool was demolished starting in 1990 and only a few preserved sections remain the newly discovered piece was transferred to the west berlin district of reina condole finn 1988 in one of several minor modifications to the border during the cold war that appears to be one reason why to escape researches attention until recently for the ap i'm james luckhurst from the rivet well desk the house intelligence committee has voted to release the democratic rebuttal to a republican mammal on the russia investigation ap correspondent ben thomas reports the panel voted unanimously to make the classified memo public the democrats aim is to counter the republican memo which accused the fbi and the justice department of abusing their authority in monitoring a one time trump campaign associate the ranking democrat on the intelligence committee congressman adam schiff since the document was sent days ago to the department of justice and the fbi prevail review and he's now expecting it to go immediately to the white house for the president's approval i think it's going to be very hard for the white house like was hard for the republicans on our committee to block release of this i am more concerned that they make political road actions not reductions to protect sources and methods the.
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"I love that yeah i mean that was amazing because then it was greenland basically like as then with nick and kevan it was the they equalled the foreign value which was able to to really get the film made so you shoot this movie in twenty six days you start cutting it ew get into sundance which is of course amazing dream come true you premier it at sundance and shortly after that you decide that you want to change the move yet hummy about that well we premier did at sundance and it was to a standing ovation so exciting foul i dreamed of when i was a theater major in college was to be in a movie that was in sundance never happened that never got cast and a movie that was good enough to go to sundance and then the first for my direct gets in i'm so thrilled and then it was just there was a sort of a polarized response to the movie and i also had rushed it to get into the festival and realized that key elements one plane in weren't clear enough and it really bothered me uh the ptsd story wasn't people weren't getting that it was ultimately a ptsd story that that was one of i mean all second half of the film is is but this guy who's traumatized recovery not recovering goes away to the woods right does he ever really recover i mean i don't think he does personally but that's that's the whole i've the move so i thought i need to make this clear i was also looking to get deeper inside his head i had this over track in the film where i used his writing to arc his inner journey and it was to us the terek.
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"Time already served one hundred twenty six days in the county lockup he could have faced up to a year in jail it was april third brand mitzi spanked his neighbours thirteen year old girls who were developmentally disabled the everett herald reports she told detectives he was asked by his wife to get the kids under control he admitted to speaking them with a twofoot long paddle but says he didn't leave bruises as prosecutors alleged court papers indicated other adults in the two apartments all disciplined each other's kids are national group against big marijuana is taking out ads in seattle starting today as komo's brian calvert reports the group's target appears to be this weekend's hemp fest the ads were purchased by the group sam or smart approaches to marijuana earlier today we spoke with the group's president and threetime white house drug policy adviser kevin sobat while we don't want people thrown in prison for using marijuana work criminal why we all bank that bid marijuana industry should not growth could be another tobacco industry he says hemp festus knell sponsored by bigger companies at his fearful the industry will only grow larger emphasis founder vivian nick peak responds it's your own a newer version of a second wave of prohibitionist propaganda he says he's flattered to get sam's attention and appreciates the publicity and our message it's basically legalizing hacked it regulated but at a principle comment way brian calvert komo news editorial 48 komo news which exports at 10 and 40 past the hour here on your home of the huskies each day baseball today at the safest the.