20 Burst results for "University of Miami"

"university miami" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"university miami" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So now you've you're Ohio University Miami university. I know it, I know. Bob cats. I grew up I grew up in the midwest. So I know Miami university, but as you look back on the time you were in high school and going through all of this. Is there anything that you wish had been done differently? I thought about that a lot. And there's no actually I can't think of anything that. I wish I would have done differently. And I I kind of mentioned previously that I sometimes wish I would have gotten that going away to college experience. But I think the way that everything played out, and I'm very happy with I I think that everything kind of you can either find reason and everything where everything happens for a reason. However, you choose to look at it. And I'm I'm thankful for the path that was kind of created for me. Did luck play a role in your life, lock hard work? I know I think what is what did they say success is when luck and hard work meat. And I think that that's definitely true. Because I I went through what I went through with lymphoma went back into high school jumped in went to college. You know, I'm very proud of the fact that I double majored in two majors that aren't even in the same college. And did it under four years. I studied abroad, I'm very proud of everything that I've I've done in my in my short time on this earth, so far and for those that may not know at Miami university is a tough school to get into. So it's not a. It's a very important school. And you said you did some work overseas. Yeah. I did. I studied abroad in London for for six weeks in in college. And it was one of the coolest things is actually the year that the Olympics were there. So it was very cool. Very cool time to be there and see how see the London kind of before everything happened. And then see how even more amazing. It got when when everything happened, and I was able to go to one Olympic event, I think it was field hockey. So I never been to a field hockey, but I've been to Olympic field hockey now. And during this period. What was when you're dealing with the cancer. What was the best advice that you received at that time? What a quote finding nemo just keep swimming. But essentially the of staying positive and keeping a positive attitude. I firmly believe in the science and the medicine that that helped make me better. But I also believe that you can really make it even better with a positive attitude. I always tell people that. Yes, I'm a survivor because I'm still living. But I also count people survivors, even if they're no longer with us. I count the survivors if they attacked it with a positive attitude and came out with a positive attitude because I think that that's that's the most important thing is just to try and remain positive. No matter what life is thrown at you. It's hard. But it's it's good to kind of try and keep it in the back of your mind. I had heard that the term cancer survivors. Controversial. Why is that? I've I've heard some people that don't appreciate it because they feel that it shows disrespect to those who are no longer with us. And I don't I don't agree. I can see why they would think that. But I don't agree. I respect those who are no longer with us. Us Justice not just as much if not more than than myself because they went through something probably even harder than I did. So I personally have just as much respect for them. That's all relative though, when hard is hard, right. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. I think others who are listening, but you went through his difficult. So it's all relative. Now, there's a an author Bonnie where I don't know if you're aware of her she is from Australia. She was a person who worked with people who were at the end of their life. And as you were talking about. Being happy and being positive. That's interesting one. She wrote a book called the top five regrets of the dying and one of the big regrets. That people had were facing death is I wish I had let myself be happier. To me was you're talking you echo that you where you really let yourself be happy. You tried to be positive, right? Yeah. You have to I don't think otherwise it's just gonna be you're gonna make an already miserable situation even worse. I think you things happen to us. Yes. But you can happen to things come back to that. This is Tom Lauria. You're listening to the mentors radio show today. We are talking with Megan Metcalfe and the wisdom she gained about life and career while fighting cancer. So what do you mean by that? Just there's a book that's pretty popular right now by Rachel hall called girl wash your face. And that's one of the things that she says a quite a bit. And I it really resonated with me is that. Yeah. Things happen to you in your life. But you are ultimately responsible for your happiness. You are the one who is responsible things may happen that you don't plan for cancer happened to me, I wasn't planning for that. I don't think anybody's planning for that or hoping to happen. But I tell. People that February twenty fifth two thousand eight the day. I was diagnosed is the best day of my life. And I truly truly mean that that's not me just trying to sound more important or anything. I truly mean that the day that I was diagnosed as the best day my life because it's given me this life experience that has given me more like experiences, I probably wouldn't be sitting here with you talking. If I wasn't a cancer survivor. I wouldn't have met some of the oh my gosh. I have met some amazing people. I met a guy who's a survivor who I think has one functioning lung. He's climbed Mount Everest. He was the first cancer survivor to climb Mount Everest. He's done. So many amazing things I've had the chance to speak with him. If had the chance to meet, so many amazing people, and none of that would have happened. If I wasn't diagnosed, and that's how I choose to look at it. I know some people may receive a cancer diagnosis, and and she was to just get their treatment and be done with it and not think about it ever again. And that's okay, that's their choice, but my choices to own it. And I'm going to happen to cancer cancer may have happened to me, but after that diagnosis date, I happened to me. My cancer. And how does that translate to your career now? Yeah for yes. I went through college, and I wanted to get back to normal life and I worked in sports for years. And that's what I wanted to do. And I absolutely loved it. And I miss it. But last year, I kind of I wanted to take this life experience that that I was given and use it even more so than have been over the past ten years to help others. So I started working for the leukemia lymphoma society, who is the best nonprofit that is fighting blood cancer. Our mission is to to find a cure for blood cancer and to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. And it's it's an honor to to meet so many other survivors in so many other caregivers and friends and family and people that have been affected by by blood cancer. And there's a revolution underway, which I work that I do. I'm very familiar with the revolution. We're moving away from chemotherapy, not immediately. But the hope is therapy, which is rather than using a. Chemical to kill everything is to use drugs to improve the immune system can clear cancer killing clear cancer. And you're right in the middle of that revolution, aren't you? It's amazing to see. I mean, even though I was only treated ten years ago, the advancements that are happening are really revolutionary and life changing and really gonna make a difference in improve the future quality of life for.

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"university miami" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"university miami" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So now, you're you're Ohio University Miami university. I know it, I know. Bob cats. I grew up I grew up in the midwest. So I know Miami university, but as you look back on the time you were in high school and going through all of this. Is there anything that you wish had been done differently? I thought about that a lot and the answer is no actually, I can't think of anything that. I wish I would have done differently and everything I mentioned previously that I sometimes wish I would have gotten that going away to college experience. But I think the way that everything played out, and I'm very happy with I I think that everything kind of you can either find reason in everything or everything happens for a reason. However, you choose to look at it. And I'm I'm thankful for the path that was kind of created for me. Did luck play a role in your life? Look hard work. I know I think what is what did they say success is when luck and hard work meat. And I think that that's definitely true. Because I you know, I I went through what I went through with lymphoma went back into high school jumped in went to college. I'm very proud of the fact that I double majored in two majors that aren't even in the same college. And did it under four years. I studied abroad, I'm very proud of everything that I've I've done in my in my short time on this earth so far for those that may not know at Miami university as a tough school to get into. So it's not a. That's a very important school. And you said you did some work overseas. Yeah. I studied abroad in London for for six weeks in in college. And it was one of the coolest things there's actually the year that the Olympics were there. So it was very cool. Very cool time to be there and see how see the London kind of before everything happened. And then see how even more amazing. It got when when everything happened, and I was able to go to one Olympic event. I think it was field hockey. I never been to a field hockey, but I've been to Olympic field hockey. Oh. And during this period. What was? When you're dealing with the cancer. What was the best advice that you received at that time? What a quote finding nemo just keep swimming. But essentially, the stage of staying positive and keeping a positive attitude. I firmly believe in the science and the medicine that that helped make me better. But I also believe that you can really make it even better with a positive attitude. I always tell people that. Yes, I'm a survivor because I'm still living. But I also count people survivors, even if they're no longer with us. I count them survivors if they attacked it with a positive attitude and came out with a positive attitude because I think that that's that's the most important thing is just to try and remain positive. No matter what life is throwing it's hard. But it's it's good to kind of tranquil that in the back of your mind. I I had heard that the term cancer survivors. Controversial. Why is that? I've I've heard some people that don't appreciate it because they feel that it shows disrespect to to those who are no longer with us. And I don't I don't agree. I can see why they would think that. But I don't agree. I respect those who are no longer with us. Us just is not just as much if not more than than myself because they went through something probably even harder than I did. So I personally have just as much respect for them. It's all relative went hard is hard, right. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. I think others who are listening, but you went through his difficult. So it's all relative. Now, there's an author Bonnie where I don't know if you're aware of her she is from Australia. She was a person who worked with people who were at the end of their life. And as you were talking about. Being happy and being positive. That's interesting one. She wrote a book called the top five regrets of the dying and one of the big regrets that people had were facing this. I wish I had let myself be happier. To me was you're talking you echo that you were you really let yourself be happy tried to be positive, right? Yeah. You have to. I don't think otherwise it's just gonna be you're gonna make an already miserable situation even worse. I think you things happen to us. Yes. But you can happen to things come back to that. This is Tom Lauria. You're listening to the mentors radio show today. We are talking with Megan Metcalfe and the wisdom she gained about life and career while fighting cancer. So what do you mean by that? Yeah. Just there's a book that's pretty popular right now by Rachel Hollis called girl wash your face, and that's one of the. Things that she says quite a bit. And I it really resonated with me is that. Yeah. Things happen to you in your life. But you are ultimately responsible for your happiness. You are the one who is responsible things may happen that you don't plan for cancer happened to me, I wasn't planning for that. I don't think anybody's planning for that or hoping for that to happen. But I tell people that February twenty two thousand eight the day. I was diagnosed is the best day of my life. And I truly truly mean that that's not me just trying to sound more important or anything. I truly mean that the day that I was diagnosed as the best life because it's given me this life experience that has given me more like experiences, I probably wouldn't be sitting here with you talking. If I wasn't a cancer survivor. I wouldn't have met some of the oh my gosh. I have met some amazing people. I've met a guy who's a survivor who I think has one functioning lung. He's climbed Mount Everest. He was the first cancer survivor to climb Mount Everest. He's done. So many amazing things I've had the chance to speak with him. If I had the chance to meet so many people. And none of that would have happened. If I wasn't diagnosed, and that's how I choose to look at it. I know some people may receive a cancer diagnosis and choose to just get their treatment and be done with it and not think about it ever again. And that's okay, that's their choice, but my choices to own it. And and I'm going to happen to cancer cancer may have happened to me, but after that diagnosis date, I happened to my cancer and. How does that translate to your career now for yes? I I mean, I I went through college, and I wanted to get back to normal life and I worked in sports for years. And that's what I wanted to do. And I absolutely loved it. And I miss it. But last year, I kind of I wanted to take this life experience that that I was given and use it even more so than I have been over the past ten years to help others. So I started working for the leukemia lymphoma society, who is the best nonprofit that is fighting blood cancer. Our mission is to to find a cure for blood cancer and to improve the quality of life for for patients and their families. And it's it's an honor to to meet, so many other survivors, and so many other caregivers and friends and family and people that have been affected by by blood cancer. And there's a revolution underway, which I work that I do. I'm very familiar with the revolution that we're moving away from chemotherapy, not immediately. But the hope is therapy, which is rather than using a toxic chemical to kill everything. Is she use drugs to improve the immune system. So can clear cancer killing clear cancer. And you're right in the middle of that revolution. Archer? It's amazing to see. I mean, even though I was only treated ten years ago, the advancements that are happening are really revolutionary life-changing and really going to make a difference in improve the future quality of life for.

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"university miami" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on WTVN

"And shelling west kansas city a professor from miami university miami of ohio ohio that's where i was from eighty six to ninety a professor of american studies fifty two years old was online in some sort of chat conversation with other weirdos about prostitution in police the police the prostitutes the purpose and the police that's right they all congregate together and having coffee together online we're just chatting man we're just chatting and he let everybody know by the way i'm going to be going to kansas city here in a few days of looking at the time when he goes see who's there and by the way i'm looking for a fourteen year old and there were well at least one of the the police officers and i think there's a fine line here between the purpose who are having these conversations with intent and the police who are having these conversations to catch the purpose it's a real i've read these texts chats and these conversations in the the crime in ohio called import tuning you all would know it from nbc's to catch a predator on dateline that's the crime that's what we're talking about and anyway this this professor announces he's going to kansas city he's looking for fourteen year old and he winds up having a conversation with a police officer who was posing as the fourteen year old cousin and they are supposed to meet up at a restaurant he shows up at the restaurant and he gets arrested now i'll ask you right now i mean i've seen the probably one hundred or import tuning cases in my career the police liked to pick a restaurant bob evans is a popular place but mcdonald's is really where just mcdonald's is where the police tend to like to have these little meats and the things that these guys say when they get arrested well i was just driving by just i just happened to be coming through this mcdonald looking for a hamburger just looking for yeah i've just you know i was just i was curious but then we were talking at the break of one of the all time best is he was gonna come i was going to go all across all these states drive to talk her out of it says the talker out of it i'm trying to save her soul can't can't do that online can't do that look just needed to talk route of it i'm gonna show the way of the lord and you know he gets to be prosecuted in two jurisdictions at least i think he's out of a job well he may be tenured after after let's say sunday here till i i we've got fourth july red white and boom is coming up that leads to our fireworks law now we now fireworks law you have all these little acronyms it's federalized it's it can be confusing and no reason anyone should be confused when you drive by a fireworks place she go in you buy some fireworks and they say okay now you have to leave the state what's confusing about that our fireworks laws the general i've broken this down to easy bite size pieces something there's fireworks that are not fun there fireworks that are kind of fun and there are fireworks that are awesome which one would be legal you fireworks that are not fun are very legal yes the ones that you show your kids and they go crestfallen yes that is the word they are crestfallen fireworks yes don't bring this net fireworks the ohio revised code describes the crestfallen fireworks as party poppers glowworms so these are actually a new hire advice good party poppers glowworms devices that produce a small report intended to surprise the user nothing that that worm will surprise the heck out of you if you let it off on your lap booby traps cigarette loads yes so you can it's legal to put something in the end of somebody that be blows up crackers right and there's no protection need party poppers and snappers but cigarette loads are legal fireworks that are kind of fun these are ones that that mrs coffee will go find somewhere for our children and bring back to the.

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"university miami" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Like i don't want to chase down misbehaving kids for the ncaa you know what i mean yes it if i'm simmons okay like i'm and if it's a celtics and danny ainge i'm sitting on that news until after the free agency period it till the ink is dry on these contracts okay i'm holding back the news and i am absolutely doing is going after the sixers 'cause that's the team that the celtics kapiti using him just saying if you were i'm not accusing him of that just so we're clear on this university of miami stuff what are you laughing about it will follow you for ever no matter how much you you push against it you're the guy that brought down the university of miami regretted i mean the regret regret the story i wasn't involved in only have yourself to blame i mean all right you know what now when i'm gonna make you guys do because every time we have this damn conversation you guys perpetuate this bull bleep every damn time by just telling people again again that i did do and it doesn't matter how many times i deny it i want you to get you tell me what story is better gary go find the stories that i wrote that made sports illustrated right that cover story and see how much better i want credit for don't blame that pell grant thing i had the better story it was more dame interesting the one i had 'cause the football players were my dorm room playing techmo bowl with me when they weren't winning championships and punching the pizza got so you weren't satisfied with how bear the university miami got you wanted them to get more punished i did not get the university of miami and trouble that ended up with them penalized i got the university of miami and trouble that looked really bad there was a wrapper on the sidelines putting bounties on notre dame players and the money was being held by the team.

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"university miami" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Be a lot of people saying build well who else would b what else would be i wonder if this general mattis crazy though because he just got all this funding and remember it's funding certainty that the military needs and mattis has been happy to have some finally so that's what they were going for this bill what a catastrophic failure on the part of republicans help the man they got rolled does the president had what did they get role does the president have something up his sleeves is a free show at eight oh five will let us know it's eight it's five fifty on wma el rushbo donna shalala it's a familiar name in national politics she was a clinton cabinet member and she was also executive director of the clinton foundation and she he used to ride around the pickup truck with janet reno this is a woman who knows where the bodies are buried so to speak now show is running for congress for an open seat in miami being vacated by republican and with her democrat credentials in cloud me she used to be the president university miami this ought to be a cakewalk but she has run into trouble two of the seven democrats running against her in the primary of ganged up on show layla and it's it takes to to do that by the way they've accused her of personally contributing twenty thousand bucks to republicans in florida over the past ten years and they're demanding she publicly apologize for this and fork over twice that amount to the miami dade democrats in response chalet reminded her challengers that she has donated over a quarter million bucks a democrats over the years she expressed outrage they would dare question her loyalty to the party the real story is not a petty squabbling among democrats not long ago these local we'd wannabes wouldn't dare book a member of the clinton inner circle know the real story is how little fear and respect the current crop of democrats have for the oncemighty clinton's their time looks like it's come and gone folks and where is bill by the way and all of this.

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"university miami" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The materials included battery packs and nails condit became the prime suspect we're told after he was spotted on surveillance video trying to mail a package from fedex shipping center in southwest austin investigators tracked him through his car and cellphone they're now searching his house for more information as they worked at determine a motive yeah we've got an update on that according to the ap police are evacuating the area near the suspect's home in pflueger ville a suburb of austin texas ninety six five w where orlando turns first or severe weather channel nine meteorologist rusty mcranie any more chilly weather moving back in those temperatures coming up coming in hot there rusty it's gene wexler here good afternoon seventy one degrees in downtown orlando nice and sunny out there to these applause depending on where your app and how about this weather compared to yesterday when we had a tornado warning orlando danish shows up next sean hannity at three down at florida international university miami a vigil for the victims of the collapsed pedestrian footbridge last thursday deacon ralph lewis gazette tour is at the vigil our hearts are broken our spirits mourn for all those loss during this tragic accident six people died and several others were injured in that collapse federal prosecutors wrapping up their case preparing to wrap up their case against north salman the wife of the pulse nightclub terrorist the prosecution announcing attorneys will conclude the government's case and chief tomorrow solomon's defense team will begin presenting their case in chief on monday no word on how long that will take or when closing arguments will begin salman is charged with aiding and abetting her husband omar mateen the pulse massacre and obstruction of justice she faces life in prison if she's convicted darrell moody news ninety six five wdbo updating the troubling times for mark zuckerberg's facebook now british politicians want to know what facebook knew about election data mining conducted by cambridge analytica speaking in london whistle blower chris wiley who worked at cambridge analytica says he can't understand facebook's position right now they make me out to be the suspect's or some kind of nefarious person but like what they're not saying is like i'm the one that was practically working with the information commissioner's office i was the.

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Early returns show Putin re-elected in a landslide tainted by fraud

Safe Money with Marcus Bradford Bray

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Early returns show Putin re-elected in a landslide tainted by fraud

"Putin for president the russia probe i'm anne cates exit polls show vladimir putin has nabbed three quarters of the votes of the russian presidential election today correspondent frederik plotkin says there were other candidates on the ballot seven people running against ladimir putin it seems as though the closest runnerup at this point he's at around eleven percent so from what we can see so far it seems pretty much assured that latimer putin is going to spend another six years in office as the russian president the president is attacking the fbi and special counsel robert muller after his personal attorney called for an end to the probe into russian meddling in the election and any trump campaign ties to moscow senate minority whip dick durbin tells fox news sunday that president trump is straying into dangerous territory is president is engaged in desperate and reckless conduct to intimidate the law enforcement agencies in this country and to try to stop the special counsel that is unacceptable in a democracy ousted fbi deputy director andrew mccabe is mulling a new position congressman mark poke and says he's offered to hire mccabe to work on election security something the wisconsin democrat says is a legit job and seth moulton of massachusetts also a democrat tweeted saturday that he'd consider giving mccabe job saying his district would benefit from the wisdom and talent of such an experienced public servant it's not clear how long they've been affect as mccabe only needs a couple of days on a federal job to qualify for his full pension a spokeswoman for mccabe didn't immediately rule out the idea but said they're considering all options richard johnson washington after days of digging through nine hundred fifty tons of steel and concrete authorities say the remains of all six victims of the pedestrian bridge collapsed in florida have been recovered rescuers have worked day and night to extract the victims and mangled cars after the pedestrian bridge which was under construction crumbled last thursday near florida international university miami i'm ann cates.

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"university miami" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's eleven o'clock cbs news on the hour presented by progressive insurance i'm tom foty officially it is still a search and rescue effort into miami police there do not expect to find more victims of dot catastrophic pedestrian bridge collapse at florida international university miami dade police director juan perez recovered pinal to victims from underneath the bridge so that makes a total of five people that will recover from underneath the bridge there was one individual that passed away at the hospital for total of six people and from florida senator marco rubio images at home do not on television do not do justice to how difficult the work as they had to do florida international university plans to hold a moment of silence on monday for the people who died pools have opened in russia for the presidential election in which putin is seeking a fourth term in the kremlin now the latest on the many cited russia trump campaign connection investigation and its connection to another controversial fbi departure of the twist in the firing of former fbi official andrew mccabe he took notes apparently about his interactions with president trump which would be of interest to robert muller virginia democratic senator mark warner says now is the time to make sure president trump doesn't fire the special counsel to members of both parties stand up for rule of law stand up for the integrity of the molar investigation and frankly stand up and defend the fbi in the department of justice former fbi director james comey also targeted president trump's twitter anger says he'll tell his story and his new book soon in the american people can decide who's honorable and who's not sam litzinger cbs news washington there is this separate story connected to the two thousand sixteen trump campaign reported by cbs larry miller from london.

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"university miami" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on WWL

"Cbs news on the hour presented by quicken loans i'm tom foty officially it is still a search and rescue effort in miami but police there do not expect to find more victims of dot catastrophic pedestrian bridge collapse at florida international university miami dade police director juan perez recovered final to victims from underneath the bridge so that makes a total of five people that were recovered from underneath the bridge there was one individual have passed away at the hospital for total of six people and from florida senator marco rubio images at home do not on television do not do justice to how difficult the work as they had to do florida international university plans to hold a moment of silence on monday for the people who died pools have opened in russia for the presidential election in which vladimir putin is seeking a fourth term in the kremlin now the latest on the manysided russia trump campaign connection investigation and its connection to another controversial fbi departure the twist in the firing of former fbi official andrew mccabe he took notes apparently about his interactions with president trump which would be of interest to robert muller virginia democratic senator mark warner says now is the time to make sure president trump doesn't fire the special to members of both parties for rule of law stand up for the integrity of the muller investigation and frankly stand up and defend the fbi in the department of justice former fbi director james comey also a target of president trump's twitter anger says he'll tell his story and his new book soon in the american people can decide who's honorable and who's not sam litzinger cbs news washington and then there is this separate story connected to the 2016 trump campaign reported by cbs larry miller from london british firm cambridge analytica that work with steve bannon and donald trump's election team harvested fifty million private facebook profiles of us voters without authorization the new york times in london observer report these were used to build a powerful software program that addicted and influenced voter choice and targeted voters with personalized political ads you're playing with the psychology of.

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Firm that helped Trump's campaign harvested 50 million Facebook profiles

Dave Ramsey Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Firm that helped Trump's campaign harvested 50 million Facebook profiles

"Cbs news on the hour presented by quicken loans i'm tom foty officially it is still a search and rescue effort in miami but police there do not expect to find more victims of dot catastrophic pedestrian bridge collapse at florida international university miami dade police director juan perez recovered final to victims from underneath the bridge so that makes a total of five people that were recovered from underneath the bridge there was one individual have passed away at the hospital for total of six people and from florida senator marco rubio images at home do not on television do not do justice to how difficult the work as they had to do florida international university plans to hold a moment of silence on monday for the people who died pools have opened in russia for the presidential election in which vladimir putin is seeking a fourth term in the kremlin now the latest on the manysided russia trump campaign connection investigation and its connection to another controversial fbi departure the twist in the firing of former fbi official andrew mccabe he took notes apparently about his interactions with president trump which would be of interest to robert muller virginia democratic senator mark warner says now is the time to make sure president trump doesn't fire the special to members of both parties for rule of law stand up for the integrity of the muller investigation and frankly stand up and defend the fbi in the department of justice former fbi director james comey also a target of president trump's twitter anger says he'll tell his story and his new book soon in the american people can decide who's honorable and who's not sam litzinger cbs news washington and then there is this separate story connected to the 2016 trump campaign reported by cbs larry miller from london british firm cambridge analytica that work with steve bannon and donald trump's election team harvested fifty million private facebook profiles of us voters without authorization the new york times in london observer report these were used to build a powerful software program that addicted and influenced voter choice and targeted voters with personalized political ads you're playing with the psychology of.

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"university miami" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The easy chicago this is wait wait don't tell me square i'm not sure another week another high level person in the trump administration pushed out the window the good news for him with that he landed softly and harmlessly on the tall pile of everyone who went before last guys tom brady yes that tom brady envy's everything we've done the marker is all that was bill curtis explains how he ended up in public radio after such a distinguished career drunk has weird taste we'll after really did something they live to regret on our quiz coming up right after this hour's news live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump's personal lawyer john dowd says in his personal opinion special counsel robert muller's investigation into russian collusion in the two thousand sixteen election should end senate minority leader chuck schumer calls the statement another effort by the trump administration to undermine muller's work the exchange follows last evenings firing of fbi deputy director andrew mccabe npr's carrie johnson reports in a statement he says he was just trying to set the record straight and defend himself from political attacks he says the trump administration is using him as a pawn in a larger attack on the fbi and the special counsels russia probe mccabe's lawyer says doj rush to judgement and distorted the discipline process npr's carrie johnson for the first time president trump is joining the case involving adult film star stormy daniels his personal attorney michael cohen has filed a lawsuit seeking twenty million dollars in damages accusing daniels of violating at least twenty times a nondisclosure agreement to remain silent about an alleged affair with trump the filing says mr trump intends to pursue his rights to the fullest extent permitted by law crews are still trying to extricate two cars from under a collapsed pedestrian walkway at miami's florida international university miami dade police director juan perez says it could take at least another twelve hours we are working on the removal of two more vehicles were trying to accomplish those simultaneous week but we're going to try to move those vehicles and proceed throughout the day at least six people were killed including three who were found in the cars tensions between britain and russia are escalating russia's foreign ministry today summoned the british ambassador to tell him that twenty three of his moscow embassy staff are being expelled larry miller reports it's in retaliation for the uk's expulsion.

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Prosecutors drop assault charges in Penn State hazing death

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Prosecutors drop assault charges in Penn State hazing death

"And teenagers in that time melissa barklay wtmj news hennigan says all seven service members on board a us military helicopter were killed in a crash in iraq more from abc's tom rivers defense officials say so far there's no indication that the pave hawk helicopter was shot down the chopper had been used by the air force for combat search and rescue and it was in transit from one location to another when it came down near the town of kwame and bar province near the syrian border six people now said to be dead in that bridge collapse on the campus of florida international university miami dade police spokesman elvira zabaleta says rescue crews are still searching through the rubble that bridge whatever's left of it is very very unstable so we have to be very careful as they're moving stuff because of the fact that you're talking to tons of concrete the bridge was lifted into place just five days ago prosecutors are topping all assault charges against members of penn state fraternity in a hazing death of a pledge details from cbs news anne marie green investigators say tim piazza was given at least eighteen alcoholic drinks over ninety minute period last year he fell down basement stairs hitting his head fraternity members found him unconscious but waited forty minutes before calling for help prosecutors will continue to pursue involuntary.

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"university miami" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The chance of rain returns at five thirty six i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish this friday morning with the interstates wide open watch for volume building around the metro area and recheck the ride out of the northern suburbs in six minutes vaca wsb wbz news time is five thirty two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd hickinbotham trip halstead the winder toddler braindamaged after tree limb falls on on him has died wsb's michelle wright reports live the family is heartbroken his mom writing on the families facebook page waking trip for school thursday morning she noticed he was having some trouble breathing calling his doctor they advise she'd bring him to the hospital when they arrive in athens doctors do some xrays and discover that trips left lung as cloudy and is carbon dioxide levels were high and they're transferring him to atlanta then hours later notification came the boys died on the fifth anniversary of the accident in which left trip brain damage his dad bill telling channel to try to look at the bright side of thing the positives as a as opposed to focusing on the negatives don't need to look at the positives now trip halstead has died he was seven years old live in the news center michelle wright wsb wsb news time five thirty three as we update breaking news out of florida searchers pick through the rubble elva pedestrian bridge collapsed near florida international university miami dade police chief juan perez says it'll be a long process clearing the scene you get through that rubble and you know the pieces of concrete lane there he's not going to be an easy task the death toll is now risen to six at least nine others are injured the bridges span was installed just five days earlier socalled stocking strangler is the first georgia inmate to be put to death this year the ajc's rhonda cook says carlton gary never acknowledged the victims families and did not even open his eyes once he entered the death chamber died without ever making your final statement neither recorded nor want witnesses were in place jerry was convicted of the rape and murder of three elderly women in columbus in the late seventies and suspected in several others mayor kisha lands bottom says she will fully cooperate in the investigation involving her predecessor lee are reminded of the importance of the open.

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"university miami" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jose it's eight o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by grasshopper i'm pam coulter search and rescue operations continue with the collapse pedestrian bridge at miami's florida international university miami dade police department director juan perez this is going to be a long long process because to get through that rubble and you know the pieces of concrete they're laying there he's not going to be an easy task there are four confirmed deaths and at least nine people were injured cbs's manuel bojorquez at the scene the main section that hung over the street is what collapsed there are parts of the bridge here to still be teetering on the collins that supported it on the sidewalks but the middle part of it is is what is collapsed it's almost like a v shape the trump administration seems to be taking a tougher line on russia and today president trump commented on the poisoning of former russian spy in his daughter and britain something that you've never ever happened and would take it at very seriously as i think are many others the administration also blamed russia for a series of cyber attacks that intelligence officials say penetrated us electric and water services among other systems sanctions were slapped on a number of russian cbs's jeff peg as a camp of experts who believe that sanctions are a good deterrent it is something that proven over time vladimir putin certainly does not like however you will be hard pressed to find anyone who believes that these sanctions alone are enough to stop these russian attacks there are multiple reports that president trump has decided to house national security advisor hr mcmaster and is already discussing replacement cbs's jeff mccausland there's been widespread rumors from the very onset did he and the president clash at times over certain policy issues and the president time found hr's manner with him somewhat condescending in a tweet white house press secretary sarah sanders said she spoke to both the president and mcmaster who have a good working relationship and there are no changes in the nfc a very rosy forecast for us employment cbs's jason brooks first time.

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"university miami" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on KGO 810

"G o eight set noon i'm nikki medoro officials say multiple people have been killed in eight people have been taken to the hospital and the collapse of a bridge at a miami area university miami dade fire official paul sap n says eight vehicles were trapped under the new pedestrian bridge at florida international university the section of bridge spanning a busy road had just been installed on saturday president trump's sprawling family business operations may be a new target of special counsel robert muller and correspondent bob costantini points out the president has previously said this could be crossing a red line to sources briefed on the matter of the new york times is reporting special counsel robert muller's team subpoenaed documents of the trump organization the report says the information sought does involve russia business dealings as well as other matters president trump repeatedly says there was no collusion between his campaign and russian operatives who were seeking to influence the election perhaps more important the president has previously said he would consider having muller fire if the investigation started looking into his past business dealings the times reports subpoenas were delivered in recent weeks bob costantini the white house california lawmakers are considering slashing taxes on marijuana growers and sellers to lawmakers today proposed a plan to trim the excise tax from fifteen percent to eleven percent and temporarily suspend the cultivation taxes there is concerned that high taxes on growers and sellers are driving buyers into the black market federal health officials are taking the first step in a new war on tobacco they formally announced plans to begin regulating nicotine levels in cigarettes so they aren't addictive here's correspondent shelley adler the fda estimates its plan that was announced last summer could push the smoking rate in the us to one percent right now that figure is about fifteen percent for adults regulators estimate about five million additional people would quit cigarettes within one year of the new nicotine limits while the fda has published it's formal notice to begin regulating nicotine it's expected to be a multi year process littered with potential obstacles days.

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"university miami" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This just into the ktar news room a pedestrian bridge has collapsed in south florida leaving several people hurt ktar jeremy foster joins us live with the latest ted happened just a little while ago bob on the campus of florida international university miami dade fire reports at least six people are injured multiple media outlets in miami saito expect multiple death with vehicles trapped underneath the bridge which was just installed last weekend again at least six people reported hurt multiple deaths to be expected a bridge collapsed on the campus of florida international university in miami stay tuned to ktar for more information on this developing story live in the news center jeremy foster ktar news and more breaking news abc news has new information about the special counsel investigation into alleged russian election meddling special report from abc news i'm daria albinger abc news has confirmed that special counsel robert muller has issued a subpoena to the trump organization for documents related to russia this the latest activity in the ongoing investigation into russian interference in us elections including the two thousand sixteen presidential election repeating abc news has confirmed that the special counsel in the russia investigation has issued a subpoena to the trump organization for documents related to russia i'm daria albinger and this has been a special report from abc news we'll have more on this breaking news coming up at eleven forty.

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"university miami" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A dump our sewage in the middle of the streets like we used to back in the 17th hundreds and the 1800s just uh the situation there it's kind of crazy speaking of modern medicine great story about a child who recently travelled to miami on a medical visa it's a 14yearold boy and he has got a ten pound tumor while on his face oh and they're going to be able to take this tumor off its they've assumed the plastic surgeons at uh university miami health system they're going to do this for free it's something called polio sdus static fibrous dismissed plassey displays yeah okay so it's a big he's got a big huge a tumor on his face uh he came from cuba to have this tumor removed which has gotta just absolutely bum out michael moore because member how michael moore was always telling us at cuba's health system is so much better than ours if that's the case why does the boy from cuba have to travel to miami to get this tumor taken off i think that's a specialty isn't it i mean that would be you'd have to be have a certain dr do that yeah yeah i was trail educated won a good job not like once they have an uber it's a trained skidded doc but yeah it's a it's crazy but luckily the skids going to get this taken care of and it almost looks from the picture of that i'm seeing now uh societa press story a it's almost like he's got to another head attached to his that's how big this thing is and thankfully they're gonna be able to take care of it and good thing they found the doctors to do it there in miami and he's going to be all taken care of i remember when i was a kid i was thinking about this uh we lived in denver colorado in one of our neighbours um was helping out with a medical mission and i care i think this young boy was biz boy and his mother came to stay with our friends across the street and there was part of their church group and they were hosting this family while this boy had been involved in an accident uh they heated their house with a literally a fire and as a.

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"university miami" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"The texans for so long and f figure there's so many different things about hondris career and irvy's so many things that you're going to see and here over the next few days have already heard today on tuesday and you're gonna continue to here and then you're gonna see on sunday andrei going up in the ring of honor the first attack sent to achieve that honor i don't think there's there's any question about why andrei received that honour but you don't believe may take it from some of the people that new him best charlie casserly was the general manager when andre was drafted the texans were drafting number three in the two thousand three draft and at number one well you knew number one was going to end up being a quarterback and it was it was carson palmer go into the cincinnati bengals sitting at number two was detroit detroit sitting there at number two had its pick a wide receivers but a local products charles rogers was at michigan state from flint michigan nearby go into the alliance it seemed like a fait accompli that detroit was going to end up with that particular pick that had the texans at number three now my guess is the texans looking for weapons for david car thought andrei johnson is there so i don't know in what order charles rogers was ahead of andrei johnson or vice versa the texas that pick number two would they have taken andrei number two i don't and nobody will ever know says no andre johnson was the pick all along but charlie will never have to answer that question so we won't have to worry about it but charlie with that pig had studied andrei and found a number of things that he loved about andrei when he was at the university of meanwhile say what diet uh uh receiver at university miami for more than one year and then we went to the workout guy could run four three five at two hundred and 25 pounds i mean how many guys with that size and that speed we're productive dominating player at that position the guy checked all the boxes as a football player on the field and off the field two four three five and have.

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"university miami" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"One at florida international the other florida atlantic down on the southeast portion of florida butch davis been in the nfl college football north carolina university miami they bring him on it florida international and lean kiffan who was usc in tennessee for about five minutes at florida atlantic if anybody is going to stick around it's going to be butch laid kiffan he's got a oneway ticket outta town if he can get the the next job out on unconvinced of that well if one thing about lake if he you know one thing he he's taking all these transfers it might not recognise year in that he might not be a good team this year but the year next year they're gonna be loaded east taking these guys uc did for some reason left those schools and now looking for places including one was porter state and they're all gonna be back next year he his his program we'll be a top now one other name that i want to bring up that maybe doesn't get a lot of a lot of the the big prominence jeff wlob he did a really good job i think it was a western kentucky if i'm not mistaken he's now at perdue another programme victim well i he did a terrific job the wizards kept he was a great quarterback global he news news your offensive football and now he's got a chance to go purdue and purdue it's been so bad the last three or four years they've been horrible they got a chance they can really do some good i'm telling you do you do is you have made your job it could be good jeff could do a good job they're going to be real interesting and then we've got randy at seoul university connecticut you got jeff tedford fresno state so we're seeing a number of names kind of going back into college football more kind of shifting jobs so a lot of changes on the offseason we've gone over the coaches we will continue college football preview maneuvers with our guest espn analysts leak corso we will take a look at the top twenty five look at some key conferences and then we will get in to some predictions as well as looking at some great games to be on the lookout for you need to have some alpha to your face will my phone with when the student in the.

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"university miami" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"university miami" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The same thing at alabama bigger batter faster that whole deal i wonder if we just think about the giants i second back to baseball have bought brian sapien bobby evans are would you look at the giants they're not big bad and fast they're like these little baseball players and when you see the guys in the home run derby and you see the marlins lineup it's really effective at the think there's a can you compare the two should should the giants adopting a profile of physicality when they draft baseball players here i'm gonna give you guys of what really major tim johnson the greatest alan evaluated the whole time would it either being the coaching staff or the players eddie crews what is gonna get he doesn't care about the name undergo after the jersey when he puts me grinder inkatha care when he comes out on the profile thirty everything that were asking you to do which we do do you love again do you want really practice your wallet go up aaron gale complain about anything when you're talking about a champion what if you know what jimmy clothes oh what a bill oh come here good illwill at you the extra mile we go the extra mile don't come here i complaining nobody complain all we were talking about going in winning championships capping it could play grow they just go win sounds like johnny cueto who slated open here he's in san diego a great man he's got he's gotten dough in in bays begin to complain a little bit so that something to watch now i gotta ask you the allstar game in the home run derby dan he has the chain game is back in baseball people rock in the ropes around the neck when you play ball at university miami and tampa bay where us chain guy i know quite what to rolled back three eighty now no but what a shame now you believe it we absolutely there you go you'll white zola that what do go where gold chain like that and china pays on a day the one day and you you pioneered the.

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