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Oracle and TikTok: What You Need to Know About a Deal

The Journal.

03:12 min | 7 months ago

Oracle and TikTok: What You Need to Know About a Deal

"Brad's team broke the news of the Oracle deal and his reporters had lots of questions about it like how much was oracle paying for Tiktok and what exactly was included in the deal They weren't getting a lot of answers neither oracle nor Tiktok have provided details of the deal. How it structured what happens to the algorithms whether any money changes hands all of these are huge issues that have still not yet been resolved as far as we know, it seems like the announcement was made to get ahead of this deadline and say we've decided on Oracle and we're going to work out the rest of the stuff later. We do know some things under the deal tic TACs parent company Bite. Dance would keep a big stake in the APP. And according to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin TIC TAC would bring its global headquarters and around twenty thousand jobs to the US but one of the most telling details about the new deal is that neither Tiktok nor Oracle are actually calling it a sail. What would you say it is we're calling it a partnership. Nobody. Really knows, I mean tiktok calling oracle the quote trusted partner as journalists were trying to unpack that but it it seems like it's going to involve oracle. Talks data they're going to provide those services and get big fees for it. and. Does that arrangement address trump's concerns? Previously basically, the trump administration had to take tick talks word for it that it wasn't doing sketchy stuff with this data. Now Oracle's GonNa stand up and say you can take our word for it. One of the things that's striking about this deal at least as we understand it thus far that trump doesn't seem to have gotten two of his major demands he said repeatedly, Tiktok should be sold and that when it was sold the US, treasury would get a sizable payment as a cut of deal. Neither of those are included in the proposal to the US government as we understand it right now. So, will it be enough to satisfy the trump administration's ultimatum? That's the multibillion dollar question we don't know. An answer might be coming soon, a committee led by the Treasury Department that has to assess the deal for national security implications is reviewing it now. The committee will then bring its recommendation to the president. They will look at the proposal and then they will take it the trump and presidents historically do not get involved at all. But this time the President Will Steve Mnuchin the treasury secretary said this week. He will take this deal to trump and that trump will be the ultimate decider when asked yesterday about whether, he'll approve the deal trump didn't show his hand but he praised. co-founder. Decision Pretty. Soon. I have a high respect. Valeria was. Somebody I know he's been really a guy for a long time so we're going to take a look.

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"valeria" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"valeria" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Students may not get "the true college experience" this year

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:48 min | 10 months ago

Students may not get "the true college experience" this year

"International students in Massachusetts and across the country may be forced to leave if they're university goes virtual. More from w TVs. Louisa Moeller full classrooms in person debate that used to be Valeria Mendy old is experience at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. I was in shock. I was like, I can't the can's right like he has now the grad student from Mexico says Uncertainty from the pandemic has turned into hyper uncertainty with a new directive from Immigration and Customs enforcement that international students in the U. S will have to leave the country or risk deportation. If their school switched online on Ly Learning. Harvard, for example, had just announced it would hold on ly virtual classes in the fall. What am I gonna do with my with my lease on my apartment when I'm going to go with my furniture? Go back to Mexico. Where am I going to say international students are basically confronted between two choices between risking my own health and, you know, attending in person classes or be deported from the US. Maya Nasser, a PhD student at MIT worries that if she leaves, she won't be allowed back on top of the challenges she could face trying to learn from her home country of Lebanon. Right now open on its passing through an extreme economic crisis. The country is on a brink of Herman. We do not have access to power electricity, InterNAP. Ice is expected to release more guidance later this week. But Sarah Sprites her with the American Council on Education, which represents over 700 colleges and university, says the impact could be huge. So we have over one million students in the U. S that come from other countries on they actually have $41 billion impact on the U. S economy. That was the estimation from

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"valeria" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

07:50 min | 11 months ago

"valeria" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"I played good in I warn and it just felt such a relief to finally win. Guess, all the hard work eventually paid off so absolutely now what? What do you when you're playing? Well, right? What do you feel? Like is the strengths of your game that? Allows you to shoot eight one golf tournament? Like what are you feel your strengths are. Putting for sure when I'm putting good I, usually play play pretty good and. That win gave me a lot of confidence with my putting, and it lasted through the whole semester. I played really good in every tournament. Even though some tournaments I didn't really hit the ball very good, but I still managed to play good and be on top of the leaderboard, which was a good thing. I was very proud of myself for hanging in there and. I just think it's important to learn to never give up in around in. It doesn't matter if you'RE GONNA shoot like seventy, five eighty five that lasts, but always count took. Count, it does there's no doubt about it. You can't. You can't quit ever like you. said got finished the balls hold on the last hole. Hundred percent agree. What are sins putting's restraints. Favorite drills or games that you play to work on your putting the Kinda keep your brain engaged in the kind of work on the focus elements as well when you do your practice routine with some of your favorite drills or some of your favorite games to play. A coach is always saying that putting. A lot about distance control, so I like practicing on pets. trying to make sure. I have the right feel and I have control of of my putting and I. do a lot of drills also work on my stroke with the Mirror in. Putting mats and stuff. So I. I enjoy working on my putting for sure in a try to work on it as much as they can. But I also enjoy hitting balls a lot and Sometimes too much and my coach coaches always telling me to go work on my short game is owed to resist the urge of hitting driver all day. So you're in the midst of your college career right now and you're. You're trying to formulate you. Know like every college. Kids with what you WanNa do after college right and you're trying to lay that groundwork for next steps. What what do you see yourself doing in the next five years? As far as you know whether it's playing golf for a living, or you know getting out of the game necessarily to go, do a real life job like I have to deal with every day. You know what what? What do you want to do the next five years your game? So I haven't really decided what I wanNA, do but. I feel like this last. The past years have helped me realize that I can compete in if I'm at my best. I can play on tour. I think I could play on tour and. An score will also I think I'll see. The last year how playing how I feel! because. It's a tough life. If I decide to try to play pro golf, it's It's hard for sure and. It's tough to be on the road for so long and. Traveling so much in playing week after week. You think you think being away from home tough now. For sure in I'm a home. I'm really family. homebody yeah. I haven't decided yet, but. I still have two more years to figure out what I want. Yeah I mean well in the second leads us into the whole. State where you're at right now, right? You're hanging out with our friend Chuck, Yeah. He's who's brought into the fold because. while. Let you tell the story. What was it like when this whole thing went down with krona virus in? You know you're almost on your way home, and then you're stuck here in middle Tennessee. Yes so we were coming back from a tournament in Hawaii and It all went down so quickly because we came down, we came back on I. Don't remember what day but as we were landing in El, Paso they. The NCAA canceled like all the competition, so we knew we were done with. Golf. And School. We had spring break next week in school hadn't said if they were GONNA cancel move online or whatever they were going to do so I kinda had to wait for them to make a decision before being able to say okay I'm GonNa. Go home. And when they cancelled it, it was too late. The Guatemalan borders were closed. And then we had to move out of the DORMS, and I was Kinda inbetween what to do and chuck reach out and offered. At that I could come here and stay with them for how. For as long as the I needed to I came down here on March twenty fourth I think and I thought it was just going to be for a couple of weeks, but it's been two months from now. So, so we'll see as crazy. So what? Let's rewind the clock a little bit. You're planning event here in town is how you met Chuck and that was the hot saluted me. Was the tournament is? Over at the golf club, so. Our French Heavily worse with the PJ here in the areas. Arakan liquor certified lawyer if you will. So you guys connect in the Nazi chuck such a Great Day to help you out when the of need when you need it so obvious. That was a big help. You guys male to play a little golf here recently, doing our social distancing rules yeah, for sure we've been playing a lot in. I'm getting to play in some different courses, which is nice, because most people can't work on golf game right now I, guess now everything is open again, but. It's been fun for sure and having the opportunity to be here and play golf every day. It's I feel very fortunate. What's been? What's been your favorite golf course around here that you've played? The golf club a lot. That's a fun track. Yeah, it's It's a I feel like it's a good tournament. Course and the Greens are so good in I like the design to it fits my game so. It's. Had to play golf course everyday day. That's where I would go do it. Yeah, no question I think it's the part that appeals to me as you have your own hole every time you're out there, it's not like you're parallel fairways. That kinda like you and yourself near group. That's that's. Really like about it. What What is your term schedule? Look like this summer. Have you been able to sign up for anything or get ready to compete going into the twenty twenty season? So? I was supposed to come down here the summer for Tournament for the Ellen, G, which is in another golf course this year, and so I haven't signed up for any tournaments really waiting to see the Guatemalan association they need to. They need to approve my. Like schedule before I can say up for anything and with the Kobe being so bad in Guatemala right now. They can't really take decision yet. So I have to wait a couple of weeks to before deciding what tournaments I wanNA play, but in my my schedule right now I have the the north and south, and the women's western amateur, and then the allergy a here again. And I was I was actually planning on coming here in the end of June to play qualifying for the Women Sam, but.

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"valeria" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"valeria" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"Home to stay until she can go home and she played with Lou Graham, who's been on the show and Louis talking about this girl who can absolutely Golfer Ball? was I gotTa hear what this story is all about? So our mutual friend connected us. And that's how having today's podcast in. She's a great girl. Great player and hope you guys really subset of the PODCAST, but before we jump in Michigan, subscribe to the podcast initially. GO CHECK US out on Social Media at Matt Walter PJ and you haven't heard already got the youtube channel run, loved or support their as well not Walter Golf. Academy And Let's get into the show in here. Her story of how She Whitman Water Malla to United States. Play Division One. All Art Ladies and Gentlemen Today. We have the privilege to have on our first international player that's come from Guatemala to play in the states to place for you tip, and she is a star for ut, but she won't admit it because she's humble, but her name is Valeria Menthol, and you don't know how many times I've practiced that name to try and get it close, but without further ado, let's introduce Valeria and say hello so Valeria. How did you get into the game of golf and let's let's hear your story. Hi, thanks for having me here. So we started playing golf with I, come from a big family and. My I have three older brothers and one sister. And we started playing golf. We would go every Sunday and it would be like a family thing. We would go with my parents and my brothers and my sister, and we would just go out there and play nine holes in the evening, and that's how I got started into the game and then. But it wasn't until I was older. That I started taking it seriously and I. saw that I had a chance to become better and be a good a good player. So it all started as a family thing and it ended up being. What it is right now. and. That's usually kind of how most of the kids get into Games is usually a dad or grandfather, mom brother. Some of that had some out there and go play, and so for us is the whole cruise the whole family thing? Yeah, for sure it was a family thing and we would have like. Bats and stuff so we would make it fun. We would play for like ice cream or whatever it was, so that's kind of how I got started in. It was fun. Because we all all my siblings, we all played at the same time at some point in our lives, so we would go to tournaments like junior to moments, and it would be a first playing, so that would be fun to Oh man. That's awesome I. Mean to have a all your family. In the same term in a plan at the same time, it could imagine that could foster some competitive nature between siblings. So, what was that like grownup competing with your siblings? For, sure so my oldest brother he was. He's still is a golfer, but. Around eighteen. He was a really good Golfer. Hit it very good and. Like, he would shoot. Par or better. and. And, then so I always looked up looked up. I looked up to him, and I would try to be like better and better. And yes, definitely, there was a little competition going on, but but it was always fun to have that. I think that's what. Is Interesting. Is I. Have Two kids or three and two right now, and the youngest is always trying to be like the oldest oldest jumping off a swing set. He's jumping off the swing set. You know what I mean in so it's fun that the kids were more. My kids are at to watch that kind of younger sibling interaction with the older siblings, and so kind of like what you said. There's you're trying to emulate a little bit of what your brother was doing and trying to compete and keep up stuff like that. What What was your turning point? From Wayne, Golf was fun with the family making ice cream bets to like I really like this game and I want to be like. Go Play College Golf. Yeah, so it was around when I was fifteen that I really started to notice that I could get better like if I would just practice a little more. And that's when I started taking it seriously and I started competing in international events, and that was fun 'cause. I started getting better and better, and a couple of tournaments gave me some confidence and. That's when I thought. Hey, I can do this. I can play college golf in compete against other good players. And so, that's my one to pick your brain about because like here in the states. You know there's a few tours that you can play on in their, you know. Coaches will go see and things like that, but playing in Guatemala GROWNUP Watambwa. What was that junior golf scene like as far as trying to compete in tournaments. You said you played international stuff, so you had to travel maybe outside of Guatemala in some of these events, so what was playing terms like going up there? Yeah, so golf is not very big in Guatemala. Especially, not for girls, we would have every junior tournament. It would be like me against another girl or an against another two girls, so there's not really a lot of competition down there, but. The Guatemalan Golf Association they. They send like junior players to international tournaments like to Costa Rica. Mexico Colombia. Even here and so that's kind of how I got a sense of what the competition really look like and coming from Guatemala and coming into the states. It's really a whole different level like every tournament is. I compete against hundred other that can break par, and they're like good golfers, so it was definitely it took some time to adjust, but now I think I'm it has helped me to improve my game and get to the level where I am right now. Oh, yeah, absolutely, so speak to what that if you can remember what that first tournament was like when you like left, Wadham all went and played like here in. In the states or an international that where you knew there was gonna be fifty to one hundred girls clean against you. What was that like? What was the nerves like? What was that you? It takes a little time to adjust. What did you have to adjust? Yes, Oh, I remember my first tournament. It was in misery and I've never played like a team event. I, mean I had, but it's different playing college golf. And I remember I made the team and I was playing five. And remember I was fine. During the practice around and I just remember teeing off and like. My hands were shaking like I couldn't like I. It was like I forgot how to play golf and my coaches kept telling me like just relaxed like just play your game and it was a thirty six date whole day, so I didn't play very good the first round, but then after the first run I was like okay. I'm just going to relax and play and I. I played I played good. The second round shot even par, and that's kind of what to like one round to Kennedy how it is! In I mean it took me a while to start competing and believing that I can win and. But it's definitely been an. Adventure. Yeah. I mean, I couldn't imagine. You know going into that stage in. I've been there. I know whereas light and I feel your fingertips. Not Feel your body after you hit the opening tee shot I think that's pizza a lot to just your maturity level of that you kind of defied your little on edge, right in the butterflies and then kind of settled in shot. Who might even borrowing the second round pretty solid for you already played eighteen and you're tired. So you're coming up through the junior.

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All By Myself

Your Brain on Facts

05:55 min | 11 months ago

All By Myself

"But even if we're not sheltering with family or roommates, we have technology connecting asked. But sometimes you just WanNa go where nobody knows your name because there's nobody there. We're talking today about hermits from the Greek Aramis Manning wilderness or an isolated place. There are all sorts of reasons why a person might up and leave their community behind to live a simple solitary life. Some people begin their life of solitude when they go into hiding and simply never come back out. Such as with Canadian Willard, McDonald, who jumped from a troop train in Nova Scotia after being drafted into World War Two. Two other men jumped with him, but they were later caught. When you get, Shanghai like that, you get armed, so McDonald had three Oh three rifle on him, which definitely came in handy in his new home, MacDonald built a one room shack near Gully Lake in the wilds of Nova Scotia and lived in it for the next sixty years. At first he had to rely on hunting and fishing to survive, but residents of nearby town soon discovered him and began to help him get food and supplies. Later in life, the same friends help McDonald become the first Canadian to receive his pension without having to sign for it. Living alone cave seems especially practical when your life has hit rock bottom. Take, Valeria, rickety an Italian apprentice Stonemason, who moved to Austria in one, thousand, nine, fourteen at age, sixteen to escape the war that was about to kick off. He lived with an ex Pat Italian family for awhile and worked as a miner until the fateful day. He lost all of his money in a brothel. He didn't spend it. He didn't get rolled. He just literally lost it.

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"valeria" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"valeria" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"A decision. You made because I think it is a decision that a lot of us who are both creative and interested in being an advocate struggle with. Which is you had this core idea about writing about this experience and in some ways because you had started lost children archive as a fictional project. You stepped away from it to just do an actual not like as you say like a place for all your political rage right that you couldn't muddle one project with the other. They actually needed to be two separate projects. Can you talk to me a little bit about that decision? Because I think that's a juncture people arrive at and don't know which way to go so I think there's several important things I think they're like one is that I cannot ever choose a form the four. I understand exactly what I am exploring so I can never start a project saying is going to be a novel with Chapter One after three. I mean not only do I find that idea tremendously boring but also impossible because form needs to grow out of exploring your content your archive when I had The idea for Lost Children Archive. The original idea was really just to write about how how we tell the story of the world to our children and how they retell that story. Was there the core idea that the seed of the novel was really just about intergenerational storytelling when I started working in court Six months later perhaps Six months after I had begun thinking making notes for Children Archive I was listening to all these testimonies of children talking about radical violence brutal violence on the part of the state brutal violence on the part of criminal gangs brutal violence on the part of Mexican authorities with which they had to come into contact them when they were crossing Mexico and then instant brutal institutional violence in the USA towards them right. So it's The stories that I could not digest or or even I could not keep them I had to do something So I would write them right. Bits and pieces down when I got home and they kind of became part of the novel until I said. Whoa this is all wrong right. I can't just translate what I'm hearing in court to a slightly different version of it and then call that fiction. What am I doing? I mean it was not doing any justice to the novel. The novel was his muddle voices and things and but I was also not doing any justice to the situation by trying to fix it into this fictional narrative tissue and then what right what was I doing on both fronts. Nothing so I stopped writing and I wrote. Tell me how it ends A novel or novel. I mean tell me how I wrote to my habits. An essay which follows the logic of a screening questionnaire in court And was able to just offer very straightforward snapshot of what was Happening Institution about the institutional violence exercised in the USA upon asylum-seeking children. And it was only after I did that. I was able to go back to the novel. And not think of it as a means to an end not impose a form on it not not impose it as a form of any material but really does move around in that world with much more freedom so basically that was that was how the how one project became too and the reason why I think it could become too was that I had no fixed form yet. I just was exploring a set of questions and material set of angers and frustrations and eventually I understood that that that I needed to what to two ways into similar to the set of questions right. Did you know when you were writing? Lost children that it was going to hit the nerve that it did. I knew when I was writing lost children archive that I was reaching a depth that I had not yet reached in my life with my work. I could feel that but I didn't mean that I that I felt confident about the novel more. Generally it just meant that while I was writing I I could feel something inside that I was going in. I was having to reach inside a min- uncomfortable because it was painful because it was scary because it was it moved fibers that I hadn't yet explored in It did feel like ringing my my soul out at times. And there's always insecurity there's always fear Again not modesty but actual fear as Dorothy Alang says right I knew that I had gone deeper and I was and I was happy about that I needed to do that in my life and Yeah you needed to do it in your life. You needed to do it in your writing. Both they're the same thing you now live in a House. Run by women right your daughter a niece. She's definitely runs the half. How do these strong women influence each other? And how do they influence you It's a beautiful question. I'm not sure how to answer it. I I live in a house. Indeed with with but wonderful woman My one of my nieces recently gave birth in the house to my grand niece. So she's no longer the older nieces no longer living there because she's had her baby so she lives with her partner but they they're coming in spending the weekend over for example she and the baby this four generations of women now. My mother moved in with me When I separated couple almost a couple of years ago and my daughter my niece was seventeen. And I'm in the process of adopting that other older knees used to live there and then friends that get divorced or separated and then they come and join for a while now. I have a more a friend who moved more permanently as well. So yeah we're house house off all women and the dog Lola who of course women and my grand niece luckily and he's not what we would have loved him if it had been a nephew. But we're very glad it's in his There is a sense of solidarity. There's a there's an an essay in which or a lagoon says men's men or or male solidarity And the institutions. That have come out of that. Kind of solidarity is all about vertical power vertical structure so the church universities the military Everything actually every institution that still runs our life Female solidarity she says in. That essay is more fluid It's more about systems of Of Support and And it kind of solidarity. That does not hinge upon this vertical structure and. I think that that has been an enormous discovering our everyday life the way that we offer each other supports and the way that we're there and therefore the the I don't know the much more healthy bonds between us because of because there isn't this constant power struggle but rather this system system of a fluid solidarity for husband and find the stuff curbed. Thank you so much hurt like that. Sounds great thank you so much. Thank you so much gift. Your thank you as always for joining us. Latino Latina is executive produced and owned by Julian tepola Williams and meets the Menendez Cedrick Wilson. Our sound designer Emma. Forbes is our system producer. Manuela by is our intern. We love hearing from you. Email Asset Orla at Latina to Latina DOT COM and. Remember to subscribe or follow us on Radio Public Apple. Podcast Google podcasts. Wherever you're listening and please please leave. It is one of the quickest easiest ways to help us grow as a community..

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"valeria" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"valeria" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"Finding in the space of writing a space in which to be So I remember playing at writing where I would just take a notebook before I knew how to write words and scribble until the notebook was finished. And I think that even now when I find myself in a situation in which I feel foreign or disconnected or D. rooted. Derisively what I do when I know how to do is to take out a notebook and put my pen down on it and I immediately feel and this is gonNA sound esoteric but I immediately feel like a rooted nece in just that action so I think I knew early on or maybe I discovered early on something that I understood later much later. Spend about ten years reworking sidewalks. Sorry I started writing sidewalks when I was in my early twenties. Maybe twenty or twenty one but I had no idea that I was writing a book. I was just writing stuff and then eventually understood that that I was writing maybe essays but they were like a series of essays and they were all about literary urbanism and Coming Of Age. Say Somehow and It took me five years or so to write that tiny book Learning how to write through writing it But it wasn't really ten years it was about. It was about five years of South. Still a sizable amount of time. I mean have you. Have you been allowed to take that much time with any project since? Oh that's as much time as I usually take. We talked with them. Kristie Hogger. Who was the founder of Latina magazine? And she'd gone on to become a film producer earned than an agent at ca and she talks a lot about professional metabolism. And how you have to know what sort of time line you enjoy working on that for some people five years is a lifetime and they would lose interest and then for other people that is exactly the right amount of time. I love that notion of proof of metabolism absolutely. I think it's for me I've discovered with time. It's really important to spend a lot of time and have a lot of patients at the beginning of the projects that I undertake. I need to read aloud. I need to see a lot of concerts and exhibitions and write notes and I ninety two to spend time Thinking and not writing on the computer and just allowing things to grow very slowly and then after euro two of doing that if I am still if I am still enthusiastic and the word really is enthusiastic about the questions that I'm pursuing. Then I know that that I can continue so because I am both captivated by that idea but also a pragmatist. How do you pay the bills? While you're waiting for those ideas to hatch. I teach and I write articles Here and there and I was very lucky to receive a MacArthur grant. You're among the many geniuses so that definitely has helped these. I think if you don't have that if you don't have that piece tucked away than the anxiety and the push to create something for the purpose of being able to be paid for that work becomes driving motivation which is perfectly fine to you're right. I think trying to make a living or simply exploring. The human saw are are equally valid motivations and it's and there is an anxiety always whatever the drive there's an anxiety of not being able to do it of dove or do of producing something meaningless of not being able to to reach deep enough into unselfish to actually produce something that's of any worth it's and we have to work with that fear right and not against it. I think we have to work with fear. Was that particularly true for you when you were writing Tell me how it ends or when you were writing. Lost Children I archives because to some extent it is someone else's story Yeah definitely Tell me how it ends has a lot of your story. Yeah I mean my story is rather irrelevant in it. It's important that it's there was for me because it was important for me That the reader knew where I was standing as as a narrative voice in in that in the exhibition in that way of denouncing what was happening in the immigration courts. Right which for someone who hasn't read is from the vantage point of someone who will obtain legal status and have a green card exude. It is interrogating the question of what it means to be an immigrant and what it means to have legal status and the privilege that comes with absolutely it's really important to to to to be transparent about the place from which you write and the way that that place determines your relationship to that which you write about. I am a member of the Hispanic Community of the Latino community. But I am a member who came here by plane and by foot and with a student visa and who who has enormous privilege and therefore also enormous responsibility toward my community in this discussion about appropriation and is are. We allowed to write about this or that. I personally think that writers should have the freedom not only the freedom but the responsibility to write about others and otherness and go beyond themselves. That is my stands but I think that it has to be done sensibly and with with common sense and with intelligence and with transparency as well About the place at that you that your gaze occupies hey today. WanNa tell you about a new podcast. I am loving. It's called dear. Young rocker remember the fourteen year old version of you. Awkward insecure the Weirdo in you fiercely independent but longing to connect in this narrative. Podcast Join House Chelsea Ersan as she relives her teen years struggling to field enough to exist and finding a home in music each episode dives deep into Teen Chelsea's journal Entries Navigate School family relationships and joining I band and occasionally adult Chelsea chimes in with advice for her younger self at the same time that it offers a poignant funny look at what being a teenager is lake dear. Young rocker also creates honest dialogue around the issues of body. Image Gender Power Dynamics in mental health and had shines a spotlight on the way those are magnified during our teen years. The works that were talking about. Come Out of your experience translating for Central American migrant children. What prompted you to take on that role as a translator. Well I started translating in court not for literary reasons but because I I had finally understood after after the the mess and the chaos with the media created around. The situation haven't understood that that would really was happening was that the Obama Administration had declared all children coming in from Central America as part of a priority docket in court and that that meant that now the only had previously they had an entire year to find the lawyer that would defend them from deportation but now they only had twenty one days so there was a national emergency but the emergency was getting these kids representation getting lawyers this twenty fourteen twenty fifth. This is twenty fourteen. The summer of two thousand fourteen the the surge was the highest surge. The one the one that that was the catalyst for for what was conceived as an immigration crisis but it was called an immigration crisis from an institutional point of view not from the point of view of children That's third happened really between October. Two thousand thirteen and June. Twenty fourteen about sixty thousand children had come in alone on documented and seeking asylum or other other visas and what was needed people interviewing kids to screen them in court and once once they had been interviewed Getting that testimony in into English and into the hands of a lawyer who might decide to take on that story as a case to represent so I became involved in that capacity as as someone who could translate from Spanish to English. And who could help find lawyers for children? I think it is one of those things you can read about and then you can actually do and see in bear witness to and it is fundamentally different when you were that close to it and when it's not numbers and faceless people but people who you know yeah well that's the reason. I wrote to me how it ends basically and it was written in the spirit of denouncing what I was seeing in court as you say from a very short distance and in a moment in America in which most people were I guess in a kind of voluntary ignorance about the atrocities happening under the amendment administration right because unfortunately when we have a Democrat in office Feel like we can go to sleep for a while. But it's not the case right so I wanted to write a book that would denounce what was happening. What the Obama Administration knowingly or not don't know laid the groundwork for or laid the ground for Is the mass incarceration of undocumented immigrants. During the Obama Administration there were approximately two thousand children in what are euphemistically called shelters but are in fact detention spaces. 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A Record Tenth Year of the Breeder's Cup, Day 1 Is in the Books

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

A Record Tenth Year of the Breeder's Cup, Day 1 Is in the Books

"Mike Pen Day one is in the books and I'll tell you what happened there in just a minute minute. Am Pacific Time this to fifty five back in the east culminates with the six eastern you can tune in on Sirius Xm two oh one affiliates across the country and you can stream her title as the favorite in the Philly Amir turf then you have the ridiculously deep field. She's looking to state her case for horse of the year honors in the Breeders Cup distaff so storylines Ski Laffit pincay junior one of the greatest of all time he's won multiple Breeders Cup races he spent time tells you all about it you're going to hear from trainer Mark Cassie you're going to hear from hall of Fame Trainer Bob on this road with the top Philly in the country and maybe even a horse of the year candidate you're going to hear AH HR on twitter to weigh in horse racing radio network on facebook if you were it is and we'll try to pass those along later in the program asks her what happened on Friday congratulations to back with the next race that was the juvenile turf it went to number two struck door for Dona Valeria gets the victory in their excuse get the victory in the juvenile fillies turf the daughter of court defeating Annadurai stormed the court trained by Peter Martin Ridden by five and Pratt and what a year

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"valeria" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"valeria" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Hold on one of the narratives and the ok corral reenactments is that vigilante justice civilians who decades and so in order to perform the tasks normally reserved for law enforcement you started after the show we walk around town for a while talking to people trying to learn more about the history.

"valeria" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"valeria" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

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Why The Times Published a Photo of Drowned Migrants

KQED Newsroom

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Why The Times Published a Photo of Drowned Migrants

"The migrant crisis on the US Mexico border continues to confront political leaders, from the White House to congress to the debate stage. The latest development reports of horrific conditions for children at detention centers in that photo of migrant father Oscar Martinez Ramirez and his young daughter Valeria, who drowned in the Rio Grande that photo helped spark action under this week on Capitol Hill. House speaker Nancy Pelosi fought with Republicans and members of our own caucus to add language to an emergency aid Bill, that would further hold the Trump administration accountable, but on Thursday, the speaker said, House Democrats would reluctantly pass the Senate Bill, which included one billion from border facilities, and close to three billion for migrant children. It passed three hundred five votes to one hundred and two votes. Joining me tonight, Dan ball. Chief correspondent for the Washington Post Susan page Washington bureau chief for USA today, coral Hulse chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times, and author of confirmation bias and Kimberly. Atkins, senior Washington news correspondent for WB. You are Boston's NPR news station. Susan, you're writing a biography of speaker Pelosi, she moved forward on a Bill. She didn't wanna pass why. Because it was better than nothing that getting the four point five billion that would that would go along way to helping this terrible situation with migrant children, who have been separated from their parents was worth the cost of taking a Bill, that had been negotiated on the Senate side and was opposed by some members of congress. This was this was a vote that she she worked. She has a divided caucus on this issue. But I think that portray this as a big loss for her is. Incorrect. She held control over caucus. She got it through because she thought it was better than the alternative of letting go down. What's the price she pays Carl with liberals who are frustrated that they took up a Bill passed by Senate? There's a little cost to this. But a few things went on there. I totally agree one hundred percent with you. This is what happens in divided government at some point, you have to make a deal. This was a Bill negotiated in the Senate between Democrats and Republicans. This was the and what it allowed them to do. I was actually surprised they could get to a Finnish here. What are the loud them to do was to be able to go home and say, listen, we've really addressed this crisis? And I always say to it's not a bad thing for Nancy Pelosi sometimes to get attacked from the left. You know. It shows cheese being a pragmatic moderate manager, the house was it perfect. No. But it was an accomplishment, and they were able to get it together. Those votes were pretty strong and she complied with the Hastert rule, which we all know she had more than half of her caucus. Voting for this Bill. Does the Trump administration continue its hardline policies, we've seen a shakeup at the department of homeland security border patrol short and they do they see this as a winning issue? They say that border security and being tough on immigration is what's going to get President Trump reelected. It's what's gonna keep Republicans in control of the Senate, and they're not going to give that up or anything. They're going to push even harder. We've already seen them labeling Democrats as wanting open borders, really attacking them for, for policies like wanting to give illegal immigrants healthcare. They see this as their biggest issue that helps fuel them forward in twenty

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News in Brief 26 June 2019

UN News

04:09 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 26 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, the drowning of father and his toddler daughter in the Rio Grande is a heartbreaking, and preventable tragedy that countries should do all in their power to prevent happening in the future, the head of the UN refugee agency, UNHCR said on Wednesday, Philippa grandees comments about Oscar Ramirez, and his twenty three month old daughter, Valeria, followed the publication of a photograph showing them lying face down in the shallows of the river, that separates Mexico from the United States. They had come from El Salvador, and according to reports were carried away by strong currents in the fast flowing river on Sunday. In a statement, High Commissioner Grandy said that their deaths represented a failure to address the violence and desperation that pushes people to take dangerous journeys in search of a life of safety and dignity, a lack of safe pathways for migrants forces them to risk their lives. He said before adding that UNHCR has suggested ways that the United States can improve and strength. And processing of asylum seekers including conditions in detention calling once more for an international criminal probe into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, special reporter, and yes, Calamar told members of the global community, the United Nations included that they should do more to protect human rights defenders and dissidents, presenting her report into the Saudi dissident's killing last October. In an stumble, the UN appointed independent rights expert told the Human Rights Council in Geneva, that there was credible evidence, supporting an additional investigation into the ball of high officials in the kingdom, including crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the evidence gathered by inquiry suggest that the killing of Mr. cash Shoghi constituted, an extra judicial 'execution and enforced disappearance and possibly an act of torture, for which the state of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is responsible. There are numero series as to the sickle stances of Mr. cashew is dead. Breath, but known leads other than to the responsibility of the state highlighting that Mr. castle. Jeez. Premeditated execution reflected, an increasing global phenomenon these special reporter insisted that if the international community ignored this, fundamental rights abuse. It risked threatening all other human rights perogatives in response to her claims. Abdelaziz Alessio Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UN in Geneva said that she had not acted within the terms of her mandate, and neither Hatschi carried out her work professionally, and finally opioids which include both heroin and legal pain relievers were responsible for around two thirds of drug related deaths in two thousand seventeen and new U N report showed on Wednesday, the number of global opioid users contained within the world drug report. Some five hundred eighty five thousand people is more than double the previous estimate the study from the UN office on drugs and crime or unco DC also shows. Is that the negative health consequences associated with drugs? I'm more severe and widespread than previously thought with around thirty five million people. Suffering from drug use disorders and requiring treatment services of eleven million people who injected drugs in two thousand seventeen one point four million live with HIV and five point six million have hepatitis C. The overall figure for drug use in two thousand seventeen is an estimated two hundred seventy one million people. That's thirty percent higher than in two thousand and nine. This is partly attributed to a ten percent increase in the global population age fifteen to sixty four but also increased opioid use in Africa Asia Europe and North America as well as high cannabis consumption in north and South America and Asia, the manufacturer of cocaine reached an all time high in two thousand seventeen with an estimated production of two thousand tonnes in two thousand seventeen up by a quarter on the previous year at the same time. Seizures of cocaine rose thirty percent to one. Thousand two hundred seventy five tonnes another record figure. Daniel Johnson, U N news.

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"valeria" Discussed on Stance

Stance

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on Stance

"So to say, it's the last podcast with header, very sad alone. Yeah. I was laughing to myself that it's going to be saying, I'm had San Francisco. And if you listen to our last upset, you'll know the I am leaving stones and today's episode. Sadly my last. So in on news, my family, and I've decided to move to London. So about like, it was the right time to move on to some exciting you adventures. But I wanted to say a massive thanks to everyone who's listened to staunch from around the world and supported us in any way, and huge huge. Thanks for our incredible team, especially Rachel Renan rope. I just wanted to say that stones has been such a positive part of my life. And it's really reminded me that you can do anything you want. If he put enough energy commitment and passion into it. And you know, it's something that you truly believe in because. Crystal. You unite this it's been property. I y and we've also had to do everything. And honestly, I've enjoyed every minute. I just can't believe how much we learn and growing, and truly how much fun we've had making it. Sorry. I'm getting Moshe no personal highlight for me was tight late at the Tate modern where we are celebrating stances first day and that it was when my dad came with. If you're just. Yeah. That's it. So you know, what parents can be like whether I was put costing all about the rated quite gutter. But when my dad roped up, it was actually at the moment where the Desi discourse that was playing on the turbine who bridge shout out Nikko. But it was. Thousands of people that Don saying to Indian music like mixed disco. And I think it was just only at that moment. He truly Groff's to what we have been building. So that was really proud moment for me. But yeah, above oh is kind of been the freedom that we've had to cover subjects that we just felt wasn't getting enough airtime and just the fact that we could choose and. Present in really fresh accessible ways. And all the incredible people that we've met along the way. I feel say owner it to have the chance to speak to them and shadow stories and their lives work. Some of the people that I've loved speaking to. I mean, the so many I remember really enjoying conversation with Mussa Fatima Oscar Maghaberry mighty caught role. He's amazing Indian those China monologues to India sex episode out it. Yeah. That's definitely one of my faith. So and you know, the legendary, and that's Johnson whose strength and work with transgender inmates has just blown me away. And she will say introduce me to low to the trans community and San Francisco many of him have gone onto become difference of mine. You know, these untold stories and the sheer number of people around us that have never been given a platform still today, and it just makes me feel so proud and excited for what we've built and say where you're going to take stunts Christo because I know how much you genuinely just love meeting people and learning about that lives and discovering new corners of the world. And I would say that you'll curiosity and your lust for life. It just infectious. Brilliant time for a new. Thank you. And I'm endlessly grateful and proud to what gather on creating stones which is a vital award-winning platform. And I'm just so excited for what's next for both of us. Yeah. And I'm sick. What's next is what it's going to be nice to be in the same continent. Actually, come to Danzig and talk about works. Exactly, it's gonna be. It's gonna be great. Actually, I'm excited for you as well. And thank you so much for doing this. You are the one that she suggested doing this actually the podcasting idea and thank you again. And and I'm Nick stove excited to see what you're up to you as well. They only today's episode because because so much amazing stuff wanted to start with rights Valeria, Louis Ellie and her novel lost children archive. The book has been long listed for the twenty nine thousand nine women's prize for fiction and centers around New.

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"valeria" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"To play the game. Even though most of them had lost everything. Some of them were even gonna write their numbers on a piece on a t shirt with a sharpie and they showed up in. They got uniforms in the pads as though so I thought that was beautiful I had to I had to mention it back to the trash. Sufferer e. Have you seen this new year? I have not thank God. That I will say that. They're young men makes me laugh. Okay. He tickles me. And he was speaking twat after taking his hair out of a fresh Doobie ramp. Minus the Bobby pin marks. It was look sure. Yes. My nigga got a real nice. Doobie? No, he doesn't does go look on the shade room. I oh, actually will not I don't have any need for that. But why would he do that? Because it's tough. I re-. I'm gonna let I have every Safar instant fiery. I don't know. None that. And then Lastly, I I this is the perfect way to close out the trash, and I had to put the story. Imagine. A black man in New Orleans threaten to blow up a bathroom. I saw this this it had nothing to do with the bomb. Please allow me to just read a few lines from this article. That literally took me down. Toilet humor is in everyone's Cup of tea, but people don't usually get arrested for it. Such was not the case last Sunday, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, even though the customer claimed he merely meant he was going to blow up the bathroom by evacuating, his bows with extreme. Right. That's enough. I doubt this is the most ridiculous story. But I it just really was very refreshing. I'm glad that has brought so much joy really really really did. Anyway, Let's it's. see. Shout out that would be amazing. All right, boys and girls this time to shot out. Our sisters. In. We are excited to do it again. All right. The we've got an Email from a listener by the name of Valeria or Valerie of I don't know Valeria Valeria Rodriguez. She writes, greeting Jade and greetings. I'm sorry. I can read greetings, Jade and Kia. I would like to share the shine and all shades adult coloring book created and self published by afro Latino artists. Valeria Rodriguez hand-drawn illustrations paired with Ephraim missions in quotes by women of color. This creative book caters to the mental wellness varying expressions and backgrounds of women of of the African die aspirin note is suitable for all women in developing youth. But it does feature women of African diaspora for a long time art has been in escape from depression and anxiety in the last couple of years. I've challenged myself to step out of my comfort zone and create and not only through through sadness. Creating this book has been a life changing. And I want to share dope. Knicks with our people. I will be creating more books with different themes while always celebrating and uplifting. People of color Valeria. Also shared a little bit about herself. She is the owner of.

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Gaza flare-up kills Israeli officer, 7 Palestinians

All Of It

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Gaza flare-up kills Israeli officer, 7 Palestinians

"His country's consulate in STAN last month. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo as told the de facto Saudi leader crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, Washington would hold everyone involved accountable. The British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt is traveling to Saudi Arabia is James Landale reports over the weekend Turkey revealed. Shed audiotapes relating to the case with allies, including Britain and today. Jeremy hunt will fly to react to meet king Salman and his son the country's de facto ruler Muhammed bin Salman, the foreign secretary will urge them to do more to deliver Justice and accountability to the histology family. He'll say it is unacceptable that the circumstances surrounding the murder. Still remain unclear. The prime minister of Finland says GPS signals in the north of the country were intentionally disrupted earlier this week during NATO military exercises and Russia may have been to blame you her. Superior said Russia was known to have the capability to block the satellite. Navigation those and may have wanted to send a message to nations involved in the military drills. World news from the BBC. The authorities in the Mexican state of Veracruz say they've arrested five people linked to the murder of the daughter of a congresswoman Valeria cruise was shot dead on Thursday. The case got nationwide attention after the congresswoman common Madel who told of her daughter's death during a televised session of the Mexican congress. The study of more than one hundred major global apparel agricultural and mining companies shows that most of failing to meet human rights standards, set by the United Nations, a British charity, the corporate human rights benchmark ranked firms using publicly available information to assess practices on issues such as gender equality forced and child labor and the living wage an Australian woman accused of starting a nationwide food scare by placing sewing needles in strawberries has appeared in court following her arrest on Sunday. She's been charged with seven counts of food contamination. Phil Mercer reports. Train faces up to ten years in prison. If she's convicted of putting sewing needles into pundits of strawberries, a court in Brisbane was told she was motivated by spite or revenge. Detectives in Australia alleged the fifty year old farm supervisor's DNA who's found on contaminated fruits. The police say her arrest was. As the result of an unprecedented investigation that was far from over. There were one hundred eighty six reports of needles being found in fruits across Australia. Some were thought to be copycat cases, all social media stunts, the Chinese Internet commerce, giant Alibaba notched up a record thirty point seven billion dollars in sales during the twenty four hour rushed Demark singles day on Sunday shoppers in China and elsewhere snapped tub items like smartphones furniture and even milk powder throughout the day Alibaba recorded roughly ten billion dollars worth of sales in just the first hour after midnight BBC news. Hello. And welcome

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"valeria" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on WTVN

"See this thing Be The lawyers have got to be loving it because I think there's gonna be. Lawsuits galore. Drew thanks for calling, six ten. WTVN what's been your scooter? Experience, well, David first of, all let me say how great it is to hear you coming through my. Speakers thank. You I appreciate that drew you haven't been listening to you for. Years. Okay, well here's the thing I've been walking for the past months on and Neil. Avenue Fifth, Avenue king, Valeria, restoring, and and so this getting in that part of town was kinda new like be they're, everywhere and I can't believe. This I cannot watch him and, they're they are in the, streets, they're they're passing. Cars, they they go up on the sidewalk off the. Sidewalk I mean to me You know it looks, like the kids are eighteen. Nineteen years old I don't know, if they're college students but, I, you know I. Remember, when you get on a regular scooter if that. Front tire hits a Branch man you are you are you sailing over the handlebars yeah Yeah If one of these? Kids More only, are you gonna go down you're going to go down. In front of moving, vehicles and I was, like what you just said ran the lawyers are going to have a hey day because any other vehicle. That has a motor oil, if it goes on streets you have. To get, -dorsements, for that and I'm I'm there's. Gonna be some big stuff I'm shocked at how many there are all, up. And down.

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"valeria" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"People have because the the, the people that live in slavers base speak Valeria, but they're actually the descendants from the old gas car empire. And if you see this car has like an an an, an analog, the ancient Greece and the delorean's were like the Roman empire that then superseded them. These were like, so the scar were the first imperial and the various appeared about five thousand years ago and with their superior dragon technology with air superiority, inability incinerate entire armies, they overthrew to scar empire and after five thousand years, most of the cultural elements that does the scar us to keep themselves stink were forgotten, including their tongue. They all spoke Valerian because that's what the variance insisted on when the Valerian experienced doom Valeria like there's all these cities that were like wealthy slave cities started like, you know, going back to their pass these pyramids and the harpies. Starting to use the cultural aspects that they still had the try to reforge a separate identity. The re Fords that old guitar empire and take pride in like how ancient they were, but they still spoke Valerian even though they're not real Valerian. Yeah. If the fucking unsullied had Valerian steel, like one of their swords of the worth of fucking thousand of them, like that's like, how? Like how rare this material is there's, yeah, there's, there's there's no way, but I see why would get that misunderstanding when Sam kills the white Walker coming for the baby with newly found dragging glass, suppose all the whites that the Walker made also exploded somewhere else that should have alerted a whole lot of walkers at something was going on. I think you're right air point, and I think there's maybe evidence that that that did like, you know what? That's one of the big mysteries like why now, why are like of all the countless winters that have happened since the long winter. Why are the white walkers getting all rowdy right now? And there's a lot of interesting theories. I if you go back to the spoiler archive, I did a whole segment on, you know, explanations for this to happen like maybe there is in the long night. It wasn't like the men defeated. The white walkers. It was more like a peace accord. And perhaps, you know they were supposed to supply the white walkers x. amount of healthy male, newborn infants and only crafters doing that, and then crashed or get sucked over and. Who knows? But like if that's true, then the maybe it's the men that have forgotten lie. They're doing the things are doing. They're the aggressors and the violation of this this compact. Like what, if what? If minutes supposed to say south at a wall and the whitewater supposed to say north wall in the last years, these men have encroached and these Wilding populations are exploding, that's a fucking violation of the terms of the peace accord. So I don't know. It's a mystery still don't still don't know, came the three eyed raven only see in the past. If a raven was there to present to witness it or a tree with a face. Do you know the answer that I do not. It's explaining to books. I'm not sure if they say it in series that like the first thing green seer uses to like as training wheels are animals and these, especially these tree faces like they're very easy conduits. But as you progress in power, green sear, you can essentially kind of like, do whatever the hell you on. But it's like anything to happen in front of a white. This. This these we're woods are very easy. Those like the easiest con it's the kind of us, Jared from Kansas City time to settle the debate who is the better first time lover John snow or pod the rod. Well, we have multiple people attesting to pods skills, highly skilled, highly paid king's landing courtesans at that. Yes. On the other hand, we we only have egret who has tested John..

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Usa, Scotland and President discussed on  Investor's Edge

Investor's Edge

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Usa, Scotland and President discussed on Investor's Edge

"Usa radio news president trump and first lady melania trump are spending the weekend in scotland ahead of the president's visit with russian president vladimir putin now we are hearing that after the meeting that the president has with the russian president with there will be a press conference a new orleans zoo is expected to open sunday after a jaguar escaped this habitat and killed six other animals kyle burks zoo's vice president and managing director he explains what happened at about seven twenty one of our staff saw that our three year old male jaguar valeria was outside of his enclosure the situation resolved was resolved by eight fifteen am when he was returned to the building where he lives while there were no human injuries we did suffer the loss of four apopka one emu and one.

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Retired detective's hunch leads police to suspected serial killer in Arizona

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Retired detective's hunch leads police to suspected serial killer in Arizona

"Hundred two seven three eight two five five zona police were able to track down the phoenix area shooting suspect with the help of the current husband of the suspects ex wife connie jones says her husband retired police detective made the connection between the crime scenes in her divorce from dwight jones for one hundred hours tweet lamont jones rain too terror on scottsdale arizona police say he killed six before he killed himself but the investigation reveals he's alleged murders were far from random we felt very strongly about mr jones had a divorce situation back in two thousand nine and ten and during all of that time he was related to all of the victims in some way according to investigators jones targeted mental health and legal professionals were involved in that brutal divorced from his ex wife dr connie jones court records show the judge nearly a decade ago ordered psychiatric evaluations for the party's conducted by dr steven pit he was the first man jones alleged that killed investigators say jones is youtube page he posted a series of videos before the murders maligning his ex wife and dr pit they were discovered as police pore over every detail of his life we're taking our time and making sure that we don't miss anything and that we give these victims and their families the justice that they deserve also gunned down valeria sharp and laura anderson to paralegals who worked at the law firm representing jones's exploits in that divorce his fourth victim was hypnotherapist marshall levin investigators say he just happened to share an office with another psychiatrist who worked on the divorce you do wonder is this is this a disgruntled client of mine that was looking for me i mean i doubt it but it could be before jones was finally quarter by tactical teams and killed himself in that hotel actually fired at his computer apparently trying to destroy evidence this lease to key questions here is final two victims were miles away from here they were an elderly couple how were they related to this crime and probably more importantly were there other people on that kill list out this point police suspect that he.

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"valeria" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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Phoenix police seek public help to solve string of murders

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

Phoenix police seek public help to solve string of murders

"Scottsdale and phoenix police on a manhunt this afternoon looking for connections into a string of deadly shootings the most recent of double homicide yesterday at a law office in downtown scottsdale now police have identified two women forty eight year old valeria sharpen forty nine year old laura anderson is the victims police sergeant been hoster says the murders are connected to the shooting death of psychiatrists stephen pit investigation has also led us to believe that the shooting and the shooting involving stephen pits on may thirty first are related and so we are working together closely with phoenix pd to solve these cases pit was found shot to death thursday right now scottsdale police on the scene of another suspected homicide near hayden and mountain view police will not say if this latest murder is connected firefighters in new mexico battling a massive wildfire the blazes grown to about twentyeight thousand acres there was a mandatory evacuation order in place for.

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Police: Shooting death of Steven Pitt, forensic psychiatrist, linked to killings of 2 women

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

01:04 min | 3 years ago

Police: Shooting death of Steven Pitt, forensic psychiatrist, linked to killings of 2 women

"The double murder of two women at a downtown scottsdale law firm is connected to the shooting death of noted forensic psychiatrist stephen pit first victim is valeria sharp she's forty eight years old and our second victim is laura anderson who's forty nine years old both victims were paralegals at that law firm the bird feldman and a grenade law firm on on first street it's police sergeant been hostile he says the latest deaths are connected to dr steven pits murder he was found shot near his office thursday night near seventy first street in bel homicide detectives on the scene of another homicide this afternoon this one had hayden in mountain view police will not say if the fourth homicide is connected to pits murder ktar is is on the economy they may have passed arizona over for its second headquarters but amazon's still making its mark here in the valley online retailer is moving one hundred and thirty jobs from seattle to the phoenix area chris camacho with the greater phoenix secont council says amazon is bullish on this area taking advantage of.

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All service members identified from deadly Iraq helicopter crash

On The Media

01:26 min | 3 years ago

All service members identified from deadly Iraq helicopter crash

"Say the tactic is used by landlords to skirt protections that prevent them from forcing out low paying tenants the kushner companies says it outsources the preparations of such documents and fix any mistakes immediately records show that the company did file some amended documents often more than a year later the defense department has released the names of seven airmen who were killed thursday when a military helicopter crashed in western iraq yesterday we heard about to new york firefighters who died in the crash the names of two other new yorkers who died have now been released captain andreas o'keefe and staff sergeant dash and briggs officials say there were no indications the helicopter had been shut down the cause of the crash remains under investigation both us senators from new york say they would like to honor a congresswoman louise slaughter by renaming rochester train station after her the new york democrat died friday at washington hospital after she was treated following a fall at home she was eighty eight charles schumer and kirsten gillibrand said yesterday that the renaming would be appropriate nearly a year after slaughter dedicated the station and it is twenty eight degrees in new york city at ten oh six support for npr comes from the jacob and valeria langeloth foundation supporting the health and well being of underserved populations at lang loss dot org next time on the new yorker radio hour a comedy about one.

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"valeria" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on Latino USA

"And as i started writing it well i also lost my job in the middle than less i had i had to quit my job for a while because my own work permits had expired in that period and i couldn't teach because it would have been illegal for me in the university that was a liability for the university i didn't want to get in trouble either so i had to start had i had to stop teaching and in that period i had the time and i i had the time to study a bit and understand immigration reid reports and when they started writing an andrew stood that of course that this book was the only thing i could write because i can think about anything else and then i couldn't dream about anything they can talk about anything else and i thought don't write this book right now in the muslim not read anything the room tyga delaying a break chang as we're very dramatic thank you so much for everyone who took part in this and have a great rest of your evening bye richard of libyan recently was produced by maggie freely and bring us at a he the an edited by not yet fame and the let the usa team includes marlon bishop finn and that charity and the risk of a europe genesee moga ginny moon nc or give it up our internees reese williams or engineering music editors cornelius mccoy there are production manager is not tally upbeat and hoods special thanks this week two ricky model now off from the poetry project and bernard schwartz from the ninety seconds street y for making his lighter than possible and if you like the music that you heard on this episode stop by let you know usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist heartbe music was governed simos by send venus i'm your host an executive producer mighty you pulsa join us again next time and in the meantime look for us on all of your social media joe.

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"valeria" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on Latino USA

"You know there is this there's kind of the specificity of the dynamic of central america tied to the united states at people seem to forget that have no historical memory heads the the years of intervention of american intervention in through the cia what is your reaction when you encounter people who go absolutely nothing about this we have a series of historical shared responsibilities as a as a hemisphere as a region and it's not about pointing fingers and saying oh yeah the reagan administration was the one that funded the massacre against the central american against the salvadoran population who then had to take refuge some of them in the united states and and the and that's where in the matter was born in we are region it's it's very than than notion of nation state is very limited notion now to understand are very complex world i mean it always has been but now more than ever so we have to think in terms of regions and and in this particular problem there is no way to isolate the countries and there therefore try to explain what's happening it's not like there is a local gang problem in central america and local drug war in mexico and then whatever else and use is it's an it's.

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"valeria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The jake cabanne valeria lang law foundation supporting the health and wellbeing of under sir populations at lang loft dot work and by the listeners of kqed oh them the should we introduce him from npr news i'm scott chimin if the nearly a week since steven paddock opened fire on fans of the country music festival in las vegas before killing himself fifty eight people were killed hundreds morris jill struggle with injuries and there is yet again a debate in america over guns and mass violence what missing is any clue about why this man may have opened fire from his vantage point at the mandalay bay hotel north country public radio's brian managed part of our team in las vegas and joins us brian thanks for being with us murray scott a remarkable press conference yesterday when undersheriff kevin mckay hill essentially said they've got no idea of nothing seems to trace back and he he founded frustrated about the fact that they just don't know much yes scott it's not like the investigation hit a brick wall here it's more like they got to the other side of that brick wall and found nothing no no no history that offers a powder nothing of this computers a level at the kale spoke about was the growing cloud of conspiracy theories that have been spreading online cut of filling the void we are aware of all aspects of this case who include the rumor innuendo and supposition by many in the public and i get it we all want answers that the undersheriff kept in mckay hill number and police in las vegas again suggested yesterday somebody must have known or seen some flair or had some suspicion about the shooter's activities and just to notify the authorities but is there any evidence thefts case not so far it seems hard to fathom how could paddock wood plans this carnage so meticulously so thorough early over such a long time without tipping his hand surely someone saw something out of place right and and now with the fbi putting up billboards asking people to come forward that seems to be what their suggesting but so far at least it doesn't seem to be the case everyone from his girlfriend his brother the.

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"valeria" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"In the world they were i don't think they would freak out because it's been a custom for targe aeriens to inner mary i think because they're preserving their blood from high valeria which is a totally different part of the world ally valeria war hive valeria was with a deigned to han and that at chick from suicide squad no it's at ajax does show where a valeri and goes and hooks people up with we'd every different episode that's right they ride it's on every single different apartment all the extra some law and order are still there still hanging out but i knew we'd i do think actually like it would you rather if you had sex with somebody the you know you mad unity it was really cool and like you you know you went through some more as you finally have sex with each other would you be more surprised that that dude wind wound up being your nephew or that dude used to be dead for a while oh well if the the duda was dead for awhile mi related to that person yeah like what would be too surprising it it's necrophilia and incest or just incest yeah i guess i'm just going insane stuff i this is how i phrase it okay like oh yeah oh my nephew that unrelated to yet he died no this is a new guy these are he's report yeah that checks out and you could validated that way when you know what dude would ever have sleep it i mean there are any blood tests back and west arose after gets wilfully hair dollar fuck you want.

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"valeria" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"valeria" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"Valeria then at the height of its power had established a colony on the island easily wiping away the petty lords of the narrow see they tried to stop them it was at that time that blaring steal i started to trickle into west rose through dragon stone likely through trade with the valeri ends by various lords and kings in the area although it didn't come in to the not enough came in to kind of see she western sources intense thirst for this new material so we don't know the kingdom's west rust considered the outpost a threat they probably did whatever the case events in aso's held valeri attention for several centuries thereafter they built the castle dragon stone on the island using fire magic and to look at the castle you would you would immediately recognize it as as flaring architectured has all the hallmarks the stone flows as if as if it had melted there are no joints there no seems there are no bricks it has these kind of huge dragon towers that rise up you would not be able to recreate this castle using traditional means of architecture so twelve years before the due in our than the head of house targeting acting on his daughter danny the dreamer danny dreamers dream premonition of the destruction of alaria fled to the island dragging stoned all his wealth is five dragons becoming the first lord of dragging so fast four hundred fourteen years later egon soon to be the conquer after sitting at his thug great painted table which is a map of west rose detailed map that we will later c stennis bone down with mella sandra on invades westerners uniting the the the seven kingdoms under his rule will 6minus dohrn he does create the crown land secretes an entire new regions setec near the s seven seventeen.

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