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Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio titan, dies of lung cancer at age 70
"One of the most dominant figures in talk radio in an architect of the conservative media movement. Rush limbaugh passed away aged seventy from lung complications lung cancer complications. There's been an outpouring of tributes along with a lot of criticism of his decades of controversial comments. So the question is how will you remember my start with joy. Well i did work. I worked at a radio station in. Nineteen ninety-one ish around that time. Wabc radio and he. I came on at ten. I believe and then he was on at eleven o'clock so i was engaged with him quite a bit in those days over the years. He's called me more bihar. Which i thought was interesting. I guess he was saying that. I was like b arthur in the in the show. Maude who was a raging liberal. I presume that's what he meant. And i consider that a badge of honor to be compared to maud. But it's interesting. I worked with him. I worked i've interviewed ann. Coulter many times Janine pirro has been on the view trump has been on the view. I went to his wedding for marla You know these people have gone through some kind of metamorphosis of of weirdness over the years and i was getting used to come on the show. She was actually fun. Ann coulter is basically. I consider her a comedian. I don't even consider her a pundit and we all know what trump was like before you know he was a democrat. So what's what happened to them. And i answer is money. Money is what happened to them. They have thrown at so much money at them at fox for example and various places that they could not resist the money so they go on the air and they spew their hatred their prejudices their lies as rush limbaugh for the almighty dollar and they fool americans into believing that they are authentic authentic. I know these people. They're not real right. So sonny what do you think his legacy will be. Well i been listening to to everyone. Eulogizing rush limbaugh. And i remember listening to him as a kid growing up and for me. He just normalized Hatred he normalized racism. And you know. I think he really weaponized. White male grievance and you know he sort of hard in these rural white listeners people sitting in their trucks and in the middle of america and in the south and listening to rush limbaugh and this is someone who called our president barack. The magic negro. This is someone who talked about an nfl football game as a gang match between the bloods and crips. This is someone who made fun of michael. J. fox's a parkinson's disease this is someone who likened a thirteen year old chelsea clinton to a dog. You know this wasn't someone who Was a nice person. This is someone that spewed racism and hatred yet. He is now considered. I guess the most influence the an influential person and building the modern republican party and conservatism. A to me. That's not something to be proud of. I mean how is that. A reflection of conservative values i thought conservatism was about small government and family values and if family values is making fun of black people and a child and a disease. I don't know where the the republican party is. I think his legacy is that he paved the way again for the modern republican party and trump is
Chicago schools reopening uncertain as union talks stall
"Schools want to resume in person learning tomorrow that might not happen because of a standoff between the district and the teachers Union over conditions for reopening Chicago Teachers union and Chicago public schools have been at the bargaining table this weekend. Yesterday. The school district says it has reached tentative agreement on four key areas with the union, including health and safety protocols, been elation, contact tracing and health and safety committees, but they're still in negotiations. Fox is Christina Coleman. Many teachers want to stick with remote learning until after they get vaccinated. New
Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry
"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black
Loeffler and Warnock face off in Georgia Senate debate
"Today is the last day georgia to register to vote in next month's high stakes senate runoff and last night in comet senator kelly leffler and her democratic challenger raphael warnock went head to head in debate. Let's bring in a mill moffitt of wabc e. in atlanta and a mill. What a weekend for georgia Both senate candidates are fairly new to politics. What stood out to you. At last night's debate the candidates took very different approaches. Senator leffler was very stringent in sticking to her message which she repeated over and over. She noticeably didn't call her opponent. Reverend warnock or doctor warnock but instead referred to them more than a dozen times as radical liberal raphael and says the policies that he supports will in her words fundamentally change america at the same time. We're not took a more conversational approach. I'd say Discussed his upbringing is experience as a pastor helping out his community but he also took several swipes at senator leffler for being out of touch in repeated attacks that leffler has used her position as senator to profit of the coronavirus pandemic. And i want to ask you a little bit more about Were knocking in his performance last night. But president trump and vice president. Mike pence were also in georgia over the weekend campaigning. For both republican candidates trump again falsely claimed that he won the election there. And and last night senator leffler when asked if she believed the election was rigged set this. It's very clear that there were issues in this election. There are two hundred fifty investigations open including investigation into one of my opponents organizations for voter fraud. And we have to make sure that jordan's trust this process because of what's at stake in this election a mill we of course know the latest recount in the state gave president elect joe biden and undisputed victory. There what does leffler answer signify about the line. She's trying to walk as a republican in georgia. Yeah what she didn't say was that president trump had lost the state. Which of course he did. And that appears to be a kind of a nod to the president and the president's supporters who continue to claim without evidence that there was widespread fraud and georgia's election in november And this is an effort appears to sympathize with the trump base encouraging them to go out and vote in january. Even though many trump supporters may feel that their vote somehow won't count in the runoff. Even though there's been again no evidence of widespread fraud in georgia's elections right right. I want to ask you again. About where nike dot some questions about the corona relief package. Do you think that he missed an opportunity there. Well it very well could have been To mention some exact numbers It was an opportunity to dispel the republican argument. The democrats just want this point book to spend as they wish especially if they have control the senate. In addition to the house in the white house and reverend. We're not his. His argument was last night that earlier. Stimulus money favored big companies. Instead of everyday americans so he appeared to be more focused on kind of where the money was going as opposed to how much they would be actually asking for.
Atlanta-Based CDC: ‘Excess’ Deaths Soar During COVID Pandemic
"Centers for disease. Control and prevention in Atlanta says a Spanish people who've seen the biggest increase in excess deaths. This year Sam Whitehead from member station WABC reports a new report from the agency is looking to track the true toll the covid nineteen pandemic. CDC researchers say official counts of covid nineteen deaths are likely underestimates because of limitations and diagnostic testing an incomplete reporting on death certificates. So they counted the number of deaths that happened in the US each week from January twenty sixth to October third of this year then compared the figures to the average number of deaths that happened in the same weeks from Twenty fifteen to twenty nineteen. CDC researchers found some two hundred ninety nine thousand excess deaths in attributed two-thirds to covid. Nineteen. Hispanics saw a fifty three percent increase in excess deaths which researchers say is consistent with known trends in Cova nineteen mortality.
New York PD Officer Arrested, Charged For Alleged Chokehold Arrest On Rockaway Boardwalk
"NYPD officer suspended for using an apparent illegal chokehold on the suspect is facing strangulation charges in the case officer David Afanador was caught on video putting Ricky bell of you in an apparent chokehold during a Sunday arrest off the Rockaway boardwalk in queens the officer reportedly has faced criminal charges before in a pistol whipping incident involving a sixteen year old boy but was later acquitted meanwhile protesters have been camping outside city hall to call for a one billion dollar de funding of the NYPD they want the mayor to reinvest the money in communities of color Liz Warner seventy seven WABC news
Belmont sets pace for Triple Crown, with Tiz the Law favored
"The horse racing season begins in New York today with the Belmont Stakes for the first time the triple crown starts with the Belmont Stakes because of the corona virus and it's a shortened course wanted an eight miles the first time since nineteen twenty five it won't be it's usual gruel and one and a half miles no owners or fans are allowed at the track that usually caps attendance at ninety thousand the New York racing association so Patrick McKenna tells ESPN WABC it will be different it's a different energy but so much more important to be able to to put the show on the last leg of the Triple Crown of the Kentucky Derby September fifth and the Preakness October third Julie Walker in New York
Many Ways to be OutKasted
"Everybody this is Chris Anthony host of hit. Parade slates podcast pop chart history. Welcome tune the bridge ads work. Equipment with the title track of outcasts acclaimed nine hundred ninety album. Halfway, you may see some children did often the way. Impo Babes welcome slowly to the candy related in the Second I. Andre Benjamin raps about meeting halfway across a bridge in Atlanta, and about seeing the ghosts of black children who had died in a series of Atlantic killings in the late seventies and early eighties when he was himself a child. The Atlanta murders of one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine to eighty, one remain officially on salt. In fact, the investigation was just reopened last year, and they are part of the. Of the both positive and negative that Andre and big BOI rap about in a criminal even signed goes down heroes. horoscopes. And Sometimes Y. Was Show Madness for certain. Last forever but until. Is Him an Aquaman. And these mini episodes bridge our full length monthly episodes. Give us a chance to catch up with listeners and enjoy hip. Hooray Trivia this month. We are very fortunate to have perhaps the foremost authority on the artist's I covered in our latest episode. Dr Regina Bradley is an Assistant Professor of English and African Diaspora studies at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, she is the author of the forthcoming book chronicling Stankonia, the rise of the HIP hop South Co host of the southern hip hop podcast bottom of the map on WABC and Rx and host of the recent Youtube Series outcasted conversations Dr Bradley Welcome to the bridge. Going to be fun. This is going to be fun. I'm so psyched that you're here. And you know what to keep it fun to start I'm Gonna I admit steal a question that you used to use at the beginning of all of your outcast, the conversations, which I loved, which was how how you become outcast, it seems to ask your guest. This question kind of like how far back you go at the group, so do tell. How did you become outcast? Say, better than me, Chris No, I cannot. You're damn right about that so I. Initially introduced to outcasts via the show Martin. For the While episode, and they perform been really didn't outcasted until nineteen ninety eight now incoming freshmen to Westover. High School in Albany. Georgia out the freshman, trying to make it non I'm saying. Everybody talking about this song spoke your listeners. And in the Book I. Talk About What It really means you have to see, but anyway it was. It was a wake up. Call for me. You like oh I really take this outcast group seriously, or this might be my social death to start high schools.
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"WABC WABC WABC traffic traffic traffic in transit there's a couple of problems here on the west side highway southbound right around a hundred twenty fifth street we have an accident involving an overturned vehicle and in the northbound lanes of the west side highway at a hundred twenty fifth street a separate accident so heavy traffic on the west side highway both ways by a hundred and twenty fifth north bend Deegan very heavy right from Yankee Stadium after the cross Bronx a lot of traffic westbound on the cross Bronx from the shared in how to Third Avenue it's Stanford Connecticut north bend ninety fine heavy traffic makes its accepted seven with construction and in Jersey south down to eighty seven is jammed into exit eight if this get away with it accident I'm G. trolleys talk radio seventy seven WABC entertaining talk for New York New Jersey Connecticut and all world in
More Georgia Businesses Allowed To Reopen After Friday's First Round
"The governor of Georgia says restaurants and movie theaters in his State can open up today. That's despite criticism from public health experts and president trump who? I said he supported the governor's decision but then said the exact opposite on Friday Tattoo. Parlors gyms and barbershops in Georgia were also allowed to reopen. It's one of the first states to start lifting. Statewide lockdown restrictions. I'm joined now by reporter and the hurt from our member station W. a. b. e. In Atlanta. Good Morning Emma We we know that some businesses were allowed to open on Friday and they chose not to. They just didn't feel comfortable yet. Do you get the sense. That restaurants are really moving ahead with opening their doors today now that they're allowed to do so yeah so I mean some are some aren't right but one iconic one here in Georgia that is is waffle house so they've been prepping for this day for weeks and most of their four hundred Georgia stores are going to open today with many closed booths. Though close seating things are going to look different so parties can sit further apart. There won't be condiments or reusable menus on the tables and Jerry boss is their head of PR and she says it's almost going to be like an experiment because nobody knows how customers are going to react. I mean if they're gonNA feel safe to come were saying. Hey We're here we're open and we're here to serve our community as they need us and she's making the point that this has been really hard on their furloughed employees there takeout business hasn't been great because a lot of their businesses tied to late night concerts in bars and it was also. It's been really hard on their suppliers and they need to try to find a way she says to open up safely. I'm but some restaurants are not going to do that right. They're just going to stay closed. Yeah I mean there's another iconic Georgia chain chick-fil-a which is staying curbside and drive through only and I spent the weekend calling all over the state and it is difficult to find other restaurants that are ready to reopen today particularly in Atlanta a lot of owners to saying they're not ready yet Sylvester Serrano is one of those. He owns with his restaurant with his brothers. Are Several restaurants in South Georgia? Are you think you're so early? You know there's though do a lot of cases and there's more cases out of single basil. I don't think is right. And many restaurants are bringing in some revenue likes. Toronto's are from curbside and takeout so unlike hair salons and tattoo parlors. There some business happening also worth noting. It's not easy for them to just open to dine in There's nearly forty lines of regulations from the state. They have to follow if they do from masks to social distancing for customers and on movie theaters which are also technically allowed to open today. I also couldn't find many. That were GotTa remember that Film Studios. Aren't releasing any movies right now right so you just mentioned those businesses that were allowed to open back up on Friday. Jim Salons Bowling alleys that peop- some people did show up. All right. Yeah they did. An according to the Georgia state patrol only two warnings were issued for violations of social distancing I check back in with a tattoo parlor owner in West Georgia and Columbus. I interviewed last week. And he said he had nearly fifty customers over the weekend all respecting his rules. I talked to David. Rutherford who runs a bowling alley in central Georgia in the city of Warner Robbins? And he said his location has also been open pretty successfully. Every area is different. Every state is different. Every area of the state is different. And that's like we have to other facilities in Georgia that we operate there were not opening. Because we don't feel like we can do it safely maintaining social distancing. His rules are only every third lane is open only taking staggered reservations. So they can clean all the balls between visitors. He saying look. Businesses should be allowed to retool their business models to try and do this safely So the governor. Brian Kemp got pushback on this decision from president trump after he had said something different but also Anthony Fauci who both said. They didn't agree with the plan. Any sense the governor might change course. He didn't slow down any of his plans last week. After that and said announcement though if we have an instance where community starts to become a hotspot then I'll take further action but for now we're moving forward reporter Emma her wish WABC in Atlanta. Thank you thanks.
"wabc" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"I'm Jay Katz Broadcasting Live from New York City not only the center of the world but also now the center of the Corona virus. But it's not. Just the corona virus endangering our city right hundreds of criminals have been released from jails and are in the streets. Supplies are running low because of panic buying and essential services such as healthcare are becoming harder to come by has hospitals are becoming flooded by corona virus patients. But I have one very clear message for you today. Do not panic I promise better days are coming and we will get through this. But why am I so optimistic? I am optimistic. Because if there's one thing I've learned it's to never bet against America and the American people every time we have faced an existential threat whether it's a war communism we have not only survived but come out stronger and we will again and we will do it by banning together and when I see how. President trump has responded to this crisis. Working across the aisle with Governor Cuomo with Nancy. Pelosi seeing that bipartisanship. Everyone working together for America. I know we will overcome this too. We are very lucky to have with us. Kimberly guilfoil somewhat. I'm very honored to call a friend. An amazing person. Hard worker champion of women and a total force. She's doing a fantastic job for our president. President Trump as the national chairman chairwoman of Trump's victory finance committee. Thank you so much for joining us. Kimberly grumpy and my good friend. Aj you know we're in this together. You know really working hard trying to get the word out there and spread that conservative message. Dr Talaa has deployed twenty four hundred doctors to New York City's hardest hit neighborhoods administering thousands of test to the underprivileged. And I want to thank him for everything he's doing for New Yorkers and for joining us today Dr Talaa. I was told that you have tested thousands of people in your Queens testing site. What percentage of those people are testing positive? And what is being done? Once they find out that they're positive. Well you you get some of your program. Let me tell you you said remarkable high high numbers between sixty five seventy percent all the testing people in on a positive. We have the chair of the National Republican Party. Rana mcdaniel on the line with us and we were all a little bit worried about her at one point because we thought that she had the corona virus but luckily she's doing just fine so I'm so glad to hear that and thank you so much for being with us today and obviously the political landscape has changed drastically because of this virus and the RNC and trump victory have set up an unprecedented voter outreach operation. And how have you had to adjust your voter outreach? While we're in this crisis well thank you so much for having me and those kind words and my heart goes out to the people of New York right now and it's so inspiring to see everyone coming together our president and your governor I from a political standpoint. Of course everybody's thinking about Ron Virus. Our family how do we stay? Healthy people are worried about their jobs. Are they gonNA come back to job? they're out of a job right now. How am I GONNA pay my bill So the RMC has transformed our entire ground operation twenty three states into a virtual operation and we're contacting voters at home and really giving them information as to resources they can find regarding corona virus and letting them know what the administration is doing to help them now. Joining us is congressman Lee Zeldin. Who Represents? New York's first Congressional district in Suffolk County? Congressman Zeldin is also a member of the army reserves. So it's great that we have this opportunity to get an update from our member of Congress here in the local area on what's going on with Corona virus and what Congress is doing to help its citizens so Congress just passed the cares act giving Americans financial relief from the Corona Virus Pandemic Congressman Zeldin. Can you explain to us and our listeners? What kind of assistance New Yorkers can expect from this bill? Well it's great to be with you an excellent question. I'll tell you my top priorities. As Related Today Cares Act were threefold one help for small businesses and employees to help towards our hospitals and three assistants to our state and local governments. Many of them were cash strapped as it is and now they're laying out a lot of expenses with us. We have assemblyman cure and Michael Lawlor. Who is an assemblyman from Rockland? County and a veteran of the US Marine Corps. Thank you for being with US Today. And could you give us a little update about the budget? That was supposed to be due in New York state today. Well great to be with you. I'm from Dutchess. County knockout. Sorry so you're close you're close. My wife Actually Works County so the budget was Do last night at midnight as it always is and it is not done yet so late it almost always is. We have had several of the bills. The budget's not just one bill. It's a series of bills ten or twelve bills depending on how they how they make sausages and We've gotten a few of them there. are going to be some cuts to some popular programs. I really want to thank everybody for being with us today and I really WanNa make sure that everyone stays home and stay safe and courtesy of any final messages were Andrea what your best known for your family legacy owners of status and people are fearful that there may not be enough food. They may not be enough supplies. Can you reassure them? They don't need to hoard. The supply chain is one hundred percent intact and that's one thing that people should not worry about stay home and don't worry about getting food because that will all be fine and our employers are working overtime to make sure that people have what is necessary and they don't need to walk out with a whole creative toilet paper right. There's plenty of toilet paper to plenty of toilet paper. I can't guarantee what brand it's going to be but you'll get your toilet paper for sure. Well you pass with flying colors and J. I've known you since you adjust the little one so welcome to the family of WABC and thanks for your family buying WABC and keeping talk radio alive. Thank you and thanks for having me on. This was so fun. Stay SAFE everybody. Up Next Steve Bannon in the war room. He'll give you the update set of taking place all day long stick with it here WABC..
More than 350 members of the NYPD confirmed to have coronavirus
"Than three hundred fifty members of the NYPD no have tested positive for the corona virus including one very high profile figure let's get the story live with our Glen shock and Susan the NYPD counterterrorism and intelligence chief John Miller has been admitted to Lenox hill hospital with severe flu like symptoms consistent with symptoms for the corona virus is being tested awaiting results of course you may also remember John as a reporter from WABC many years ago in the eighties and nineties he worked at ABC news as well before his career with the NYPD in fact you also work side by side with bill Bratton when Brighton was running the A. D. I. LAPD sodium will keep tabs on John and a hopeless condition stabilizes and improves we'll keep you updated through the day today now in a police commissioner Dermot Shea also with some difficult news to announce on Twitter sixty two year old NYPD custodian Dennis Dixon has passed away he passed away from complications of the corona virus we have lost a member of the NYPD family in our thoughts and prayers go out to his extended family Mr Dixon dying two days after being admitted to Kings County hospital J. says Dixon spent the last couple weeks cleaning police headquarters so they could keep the building open for staff
De Blasio denies differences with Cuomo on 'shelter in place'
"Mayor de Blasio predicts that New York City will have ten thousand coronavirus cases in the near future maybe next week W. A. B. C.'s Kirsten marks reports the mayor making that prediction on NBC's today show this morning that kind of rate increase what that's going to do to our hospitals this is something that needs urgent intervention by the federal government meanwhile deblasio says having New York City residents shelter in place has to be taken seriously because of the corona virus he acknowledged that such an order is a state decision something governor Cuomo says isn't going to happen or that will do is because the people in New York City to go stay with it because in Westchester right so it's one state they all have to be coordinated I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven WABC
Dr. Oz talks about the coronavirus and how to protect yourself
"So we are preparing on the assumption that it's not a question of if but a question of when we start to have cases of coronavirus here in New York City thank you Bernie sits heard everywhere in the seven seven WABC at that was the mayor of New York City some call Bolshevik build the blouse he'll anyway he's talking about the corona virus and joining us right now is the very famous very charismatic very intelligent Dr oz's most famous doctor in the world right now no doubt about it even though the doctor J. yeah doctor I don't think there is a way bigger than Sanjay Gupta no so that's way bigger wow anyway he shows on fox at one o'clock in the afternoon channel five right here in New York and the doctor was good morning to you good morning yeah you know I got to see how well you are may or whatever we actually we we throw at him he's probably right about this because coronaviruses coming to a town near you well let's just let me look let me set the table for stock I know how you feel about it now and I appreciate your input but I want to start with a contrary point of view by pointing out that the sars virus back in two thousand three was a corona virus and yes a lot of people in China died from it lot of elderly a lot of vulnerable people but in the United States despite that history we had eighty cases of the sars virus which was a corona virus and nobody died and now we see a repeat of the hysteria where ultimately nothing will happen well I I don't think this virus is as deadly as sars so if that helps the laypeople spears I think you're right and I surely wouldn't panic with drug wearing masks around town but it's going to cost the world about fifty billion dollars so there's a significant economic impact is already having a major influence in your corner fifty sixty million people but you have a bigger challenge which is why these viruses coming out so today we had almost two thousand it took it up for a round the world Paul hill and the other people who died eighties I mentioned again as a nine month old so it can be painful what happened but this the flu virus the red label implemented that we have every year it's only taken twenty thousand watch out eighty thousand and twenty eighteen by the way yeah the pro rated so so so much bigger number is that after that we can prevent or lease of every do since mid magnitude just a getting of actually already have we don't have a vaccine for the virus we won't have a for a while tell us is doctor rise again his bony pointed out box five at one o'clock in the afternoon if in fact it comes you in bigger numbers even though it's party has pointed out very still be by the way born on has not been the case the last couple of times with some of the history that's gone I would stop the meeting for the countries including China if it does come one of one of the some of the symptoms that folks will start to experience that they may in fact one to a hospital thinking they may have this coronavirus what they gonna think they have the flow at the start but the problem with this car on this new coronavirus it goes from your head quickly into your lungs and is that the bone yeah and illnesses around the ones that are most concerning to us and unfortunately in the bigger issue for everybody focused on it you often will not if we can help not have symptoms when you're contagious it started most viruses your information here to be you know five seven days but when you get sick that's when you're shutting virus that's when your taxes the Chinese leadership is now reporting that with this virus that's not the case the fourteen day can be much longer we won't know how bad it is for these two weeks but more importantly you'll be walking lock you into tastic coming home give your kids that is checking his any co workers out about and you could still be infectious and that makes it much more difficult for us to contain the number of people get ill so what's the remedy duck do you recommend a a vaccine of the program but for everybody in the country or what what do we do now we wash your hands I think that is actually the simplest easiest thing to do thank you to people you make you why is it so important we touch our fingers to our face thousands of times a day and the virus primarily will get you to someone sat next to where you are but there's a hand with infection on that handrail you touch or if they coffin on will and you sit at the table and put your hands within that handles your ears or your mouth your nose your eyes and that's how the virus gets in deal and so that's simple the removal washing your hands use the had sanitizer if you're out and about and you get if you see a lot of folks it is easy think we do protect you everyone around you if you do get sick we do happen to have symptoms please stay don't be that person at all
Dr. Oz talks about the coronavirus and how to protect yourself
"So we are preparing on the assumption that it's not a question of if but a question of when we start to have cases of coronavirus here in New York City thank you Bernie sits heard everywhere in the seven seven WABC at that was the mayor of New York City some call Bolshevik build the blouse he'll anyway he's talking about the corona virus and joining us right now is the very famous very charismatic very intelligent Dr oz's most famous doctor in the world right now no doubt about it even though the doctor J. yeah doctor I don't think there is a way bigger than Sanjay Gupta no so that's way bigger wow anyway he shows on fox at one o'clock in the afternoon channel five right here in New York and the doctor was good morning to you good morning yeah you know I got to see how well you are may or whatever we actually we we throw at him he's probably right about this because coronaviruses coming to a town near you well let's just let me look let me set the table for stock I know how you feel about it now and I appreciate your input but I want to start with a contrary point of view by pointing out that the sars virus back in two thousand three was a corona virus and yes a lot of people in China died from it lot of elderly a lot of vulnerable people but in the United States despite that history we had eighty cases of the sars virus which was a corona virus and nobody died and now we see a repeat of the hysteria where ultimately nothing will happen well I I don't think this virus is as deadly as sars so if that helps the laypeople spears I think you're right and I surely wouldn't panic with drug wearing masks around town but it's going to cost the world about fifty billion dollars so there's a significant economic impact is already having a major influence in your corner fifty sixty million people but you have a bigger challenge which is why these viruses coming out so today we had almost two thousand it took it up for a round the world Paul hill and the other people who died eighties I mentioned again as a nine month old so it can be painful what happened but this the flu virus the red label implemented that we have every year it's only taken twenty thousand watch out eighty thousand and twenty eighteen by the way yeah the pro rated so so so much bigger number is that after that we can prevent or lease of every do since mid magnitude just a getting of actually already have we don't have a vaccine for the virus we won't have a for a while tell us is doctor rise again his bony pointed out box five at one o'clock in the afternoon if in fact it comes you in bigger numbers even though it's party has pointed out very still be by the way born on has not been the case the last couple of times with some of the history that's gone I would stop the meeting for the countries including China if it does come one of one of the some of the symptoms that folks will start to experience that they may in fact one to a hospital thinking they may have this coronavirus what they gonna think they have the flow at the start but the problem with this car on this new coronavirus it goes from your head quickly into your lungs and is that the bone yeah and illnesses around the ones that are most concerning to us and unfortunately in the bigger issue for everybody focused on it you often will not if we can help not have symptoms when you're contagious it started most viruses your information here to be you know five seven days but when you get sick that's when you're shutting virus that's when your taxes the Chinese leadership is now reporting that with this virus that's not the case the fourteen day can be much longer we won't know how bad it is for these two weeks but more importantly you'll be walking lock you into tastic coming home give your kids that is checking his any co workers out about and you could still be infectious and that makes it much more difficult for us to contain the number of people get ill so what's the remedy duck do you recommend a a vaccine of the program but for everybody in the country or what what do we do now we wash your hands I think that is actually the simplest easiest thing to do thank you to people you make you why is it so important we touch our fingers to our face thousands of times a day and the virus primarily will get you to someone sat next to where you are but there's a hand with infection on that handrail you touch or if they coffin on will and you sit at the table and put your hands within that handles your ears or your mouth your nose your eyes and that's how the virus gets in deal and so that's simple the removal washing your hands use the had sanitizer if you're out and about and you get if you see a lot of folks it is easy think we do protect you everyone around you if you do get sick we do happen to have symptoms please stay don't be that person at all question does arise you know the Olympics is right around the corner talking about Asia talking about China and of course syllabus is gonna come in the coming up in Tokyo here in about a month you know and not too recently but I did take a trip to Hawaii and end up being on a plane for like ten hours from hunt a little to New York City and it's funny before going to play I said I'm gonna get sick and I we I got very sick why is it that if you take a long flight like ball a lot of folks about to do to go to Tokyo to cover the Olympics you're almost destined to get sick every time well the data service ninety one in five people feel ill with that we can get on a flight especially one who want part of the reason is that high I'll shoot your stripes you because membranes are desiccated so a virus that happens we certainly around the cabinet with three hundred people thank you someone gonna buyers lifting six circulated around especially people died believe situated when they copper or or at least that's not critical comes back at you he gets into your nose your nose can't protect you because it's all dried out the virus that that shop and then your taxes chief well so the the lesson is take a long vacation
How Does the Wayback Machine Work?
"If a tree falls in a forest does it really make a sound and if a website light changes overnight did its previous homepage ever really exist in the first place because so much of our world is increasingly digital and ephemeral. It's not just a philosophical question. It's also simple matter of history. That's why the way back machine which features snapshots of websites as they age. Change is such a fascinating glimpse into the dusty corners of the web. The way back machine is a massive digital archive meant to preserve webpages that would otherwise be permanently. Lost Time without this horde quarter of data every time a page was updated or deleted it would simply vanish as if it had never been there mark Graham. The director of the way back machine noted in Two Thousand Sixteen entrepreneur article that the average life expectancy of a web page is about one hundred days. There are a multitude of reasons why these web pages disappear site creators move onto other projects web hosting companies. Go bankrupt or maybe the pages moved or replaced with new data and content. One place you may have seen the way back. Machines work ask more than eleven million web pages referenced in we kapiti articles have gone bad over the years. In other words they never turn a four zero four or page not found error because they've been archived in the way back machine technicians. There were able to edit those wikipedia pages so the references now point to archived versions of those defunct. Url's the way back. Machine is the brain child of brewster. Kahle and Bruce Gilliat who also founded the Internet archive which is Digital Library of websites books audio and video recordings hoardings and software. Both projects are San Francisco based nonprofits a Kaelin Gilliat also created Alexa Internet which analyzes web traffic patterns and was sold to Amazon Project Director. Graham said by email Vais Kaelin Gilliat had started to archive web pages in one thousand nine hundred six and in two two thousand one launched the way back machine to support discovery and playback of those archived web resources and yes. The name was inspired by the Nineteen Sixties Cartoon Series The Rock Doc in Bull Winkle show in the cartoon the way back. WABC machine was a plot device. used to transport the characters Mister peabody and Sherman back in time to visit important events in human history in a world where there are more than one point seven billion websites with the numbers climbing dramatically by the day. How can anyone possibly hope to catalog? So many web pages the way back machine uses what's called crawlers a type of software that automatically moves through the web taking snapshots shots of billions of sites as it goes. Some of the process is automated. But many of the requests are generated manually by a network of Librarians who prioritize certain types types of sites that they think are important to preserve passivity and for future generations. The crawlers don't capture every iteration of sites the frequency Linzie of snapshots differs by these sites. Importance very significant sites might be recorded every few hours others might be logged weeks or months apart most aren't logged it all so don't worry that embarrassing fan website. You made it high. School is probably long gone by now. The way back machine aims to capture snapshots of important content tent. Say the breaking news. Headlines created by major media companies. Furthermore it doesn't necessarily recreate the entire site and it doesn't preserve the data in a away the eat experience it with your browser. It may only capture a few images of a few pages and not preserved content that's linked to other sites outside of the domain but on a more practical level you've probably had the experience of clicking on a link on our web page and getting a four page not found notation. Now you're wondering wondering what was on the page originally. That's where the way back machine can help to use the way back machine go to archive dot org slash web. Type the euro at the site. You want to investigate in the browser history search bar in the results you'll see a chronological bar graph. That shows how many times the site was crawled and saved in a given year. You're click the year and blow. You'll see a twelve month. Calendar with various dates highlighted blue highlights mean. The site was saved properly. Red Means it was not click one of the highlight of dates and the site. Stop shots will appear click on one of those snapshots end just like that. You've traveled back in time to that older version of the site. If you want to make sure that a particular site is recorded to archive you can do so manually. Use The save page now option to save specific page. What's but realized that doing so? Only save that one page entire website and it doesn't guarantee that the site will be crawled in the future and if content owners want their material excluded from the way back machine and they can submit a request by sending an email to info at archive dot org.
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"End WABC radio dot com no American or British casualties reported after an Iranian missile strike against bases hosting coalition forces in Iraq the attack of course and read L. television for the west drone strike that killed around stop revolutionary guard commander Qassem Soleimani correspondent Barbara Starr is at the Pentagon says all is well missiles launched from a run at two military bases located in a rack assessment of casualties and damage is taking place now so far so good we have the most powerful and well creek milk military anywhere in the world by far I will be making a statement tomorrow morning of course meeting this morning all right star summing up the president's tweet meanwhile a Middle East tensions causing worries over oil United Arab Emirates oil minister to hilt mugs were weak says he believes are rand's intention was not to disrupt the flow of oil distribution in the Persian Gulf on the dog and god because of the of the strait of Hormuz is is is not only important for us it's important for the world economy and it's important to the hole in it to the hole in the supply chain and on and on Sunday and that supplies cocked I can assure you and the country in the world would be impacted assertive more moves is a narrow strategically important street between the Gulf of Oman in the southeast and the Persian Gulf ported in the north by Arron arraignment today for a photos do OC is held in lieu of six million dollars bail on capital murder and kidnapping charges in the disappearance of his estranged wife and mother of five correspondent Bob brown state trooper Christine Jill Thomas has enough evidence was gathered to arrest Jennifer's estranged husband photos to Lois charged with murder felony murder and kidnapping also arrested was two losses girlfriend Michelle to conus was charged with conspiracy to commit murder and opal journey can't my winning who's also charged with conspiracy to commit murder defense attorney norm pattern I'm not surprised that the state decided to bring the charge through two Los contends he was not involved and I don't think the evidence will show that he was doing his wife is lasting dropping your kids off at school last may I'm Bob around for seventy seven W. ABC news JYJ drug bust in nature and I am proud to announce one of the largest drug busts in state history one that resulted in the complete dismantling of a major drug trafficking organization and then one point nine million dollars in drugs seized at all two dozen people were arrested for their connection in it this year long massive drug operation in the garden state this elaborate scheme involved making and selling illegal drugs and candies including gummy bears and nerds and they were sprayed with THC concentrates re packaged and sold course monetarily cancer has a preview of a New York governor Cuomo's is state of the state address and that is planned for this afternoon in the states camp Cuomo is expected to name check thirty different proposals some of which she's already laid out including a plan to expand Penn station other proposals would bands sex offenders from the subways eliminate the so called tax on women's products and legalize for higher surrogacy the governor is dealing with the six point one billion dollar deficit but Cuomo is resisting calls for a millionaire sex to plug the gap he's expected to say no new taxes I'm certainly Kessler for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news W. A. B. C. news time and for traffic sports and weather next radio seventy seven WABC entertaining and informative America get out of Syria okay fine you turning over to run Hey America get out of Iraq firewood turning over right so we have given up because it's easier and general sewer money is somebody who is spreading his influence really picked a majority of parliamentary candidates who are officers in the Iraq right now because Brock a biologist left Brian Kilmeade week days tend to do after burning and sit in the morning before Curtis and Julia radio seventy seven WABC it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acappella group Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note and take.
McConnell not ruling out witnesses in impeachment trial
"The impasse drags on between congressional Republicans and Democrats over the impeachment of president trump there is no sign that lawmakers have found a way to move forward with an impeachment trial in the Senate although top Republican Mitch McConnell now says he won't rule out calling witnesses as Democrats are demanding I think we'll you know we'll find out when we come back in session where we are Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer on WABC TV says they want documents to the Senate should issue subpoenas for a limited set of documents that we believe will shed additional light on the administration's decision making regarding the delay in security assistance funding to Ukraine McConnell has indicated he's looking to the nineteen ninety nine impeachment trial of president Clinton to form a frame work although Schumer argues this is much different because key witnesses haven't yet testified under oath Jackie Quinn Washington
Pilot killed when plane crashes into New Jersey home
"Small plane crashed through the roof of a New Jersey home Tuesday killing the pilot and causing an explosion this at two houses a blaze in Woodbridge New York City suburb this witness talk with WABC completely in the all right aren't flames and black smoke the Cessna four fourteen left Leesburg Virginia late Tuesday morning the pilot was cleared to land at the Lyndon airport a few miles from
Justice Ginsburg says she's "very well" following cancer treatment
"Was a pre core justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has issued her own health update at the library of Congress national book festival in Washington she told the audience she's not only alive but on her way to being very well after treatment for pancreatic cancer Ginsburg was discussing her new book my own words I'm Evan Haining texting range you may be sure to check out the all new WABC radio dot stamp
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"WABC both the Dow and the NASDAQ they're down three points the SNP has fallen fourteen and now your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru weather center, look for increasing clouds throughout the afternoon. The high is fifty seven we'll see a little bit of light rain overnight. The low is down to forty nine more, light rain. In the morning tomorrow taper off by mid morning, Tuesday, turning mostly cloudy, the high sixty five then Wednesday through Friday, we'll see on and off showers, but a nice weekend in store and that is your forecast from the Ramsey Mazda weather center right now, sunny skies, fifty four New York, we have fifty three degrees in college point. And I'm Debra Valentine on seventy seven WABC where New York Maplewood, senior living invites you to encounter a lifestyle that offers a sense of purpose meaningful connections and the joy of living in the moment with a renowned reputation. Maplewood senior living provides unrivalled services and amenities from a dedicated highly trained team of associates to a variety of cultural enrichment opportunities. Twenty four seven onsite licensed nursing and gourmet dining experience their communities cater to your unique lifestyle. Visit Maplewood senior living dot com to learn more about senior living options near you. Why is this is for the modern woman at inspired by the moments where life in style intersect I and collecting data and why dressed as the woman on the go sportswear shooting dresses shoes. Handbags and sport. One hundred percent. Real one hundred percent fresh one hundred percent day K n y shop on DKNY dot com. Or at your local Macy's store. One hundred percent. Llama stay is an eco friendly and sustainable yoga where brand making products with the earth in mind. The brand symbol the llama represents balance, and harmony and was designed to instill.
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"Senseless violence is straight nonsense. You don't need. None of that. Or not a twenty year old man had been shot in the head and chest died at the scene. Another twenty year old man is in critical condition. A fifty five year old woman hit in the abdomen is stable and a twenty two year old woman is being treated for a graze wound door backside. Police are combing the building looking for the shooter evidence surveillance footage. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news bars domination has turning general is headed to the full Senate for a confirmation vote after he passed the Senate Judiciary committee, South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he gave a ringing endorsement about bar when the president mentioned he was thinking about selecting him. He asked about Bill Barnes at that'll be. That'll be a great choice. I think because you know, what you're getting. He's got the judgment. But also, you can expect from him to be fair to the public intruder the law. Democrats raise concerns about bars documenting the eventual. Findings from a special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation House, Democrats are expressing concern about acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker was threatening to cancel his planned appearance before a house committee tomorrow morning, unless Democrats who control the committee dropped the threat to subpoena him, they say, the acting attorney general will testify that at no time did the White House ask for or did the acting attorney general provide any promises or commitments concerning the special counsel's investigation, but they go on to say, we do not believe however that the committee may legitimately expect the acting attorney general to discuss his communications with the president. And that's the whole fight here. Correspondent Laura Jarrett Whitaker accused the House Judiciary committee of creating a spectacle, perhaps snag on the US. China trade talks is led stocks lower. The Dow down two hundred eighty six points. The NASDAQ down one hundred three the s&p down thirty three markets down about one and a quarter percent. Seventy seven w ADC crafty transit while we're still looking.
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"Seven WABC as you heard Curtis and Juliet talk about New Jersey Senator Corey Booker is in the race for president in twenty twenty. He released a video announcing his campaign this morning, and that video talked about building a better America and made a not so subtle reference to President Trump, we see the faces of our leaders television. The Trump administration fire back special adviser to the president Kellyanne Conway called him in authentic saying Booker sounds like a hallmark card Booker is forty nine. He was the mayor of New York from two thousand six to two thousand thirteen President Trump is once again demanding a wall at the White House moments ago. He says many parts of immigration needs to be reformed and railed against catch and release. They go into the country, and in some cases, if they're criminals you they're released a country. It's a ridiculous thing. It's a loophole that if you look at the visa lottery, and if you look at all of these other chain migration, we have to fix all of John is very important. The is is the most important thing by far, but we have to fix the pulse as the bicameral and bipartisan committee negotiates on a long-term spending Bill. The president says if they're not talking about funding for a wall. It's a waste of time. Democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's no money being set aside for a while. Berkeley man is being indicted in the hammer attack that left three people dead at a sheep set bay restaurant. Prosecutors say thirty four year old Arthur Martinovic entered the seaport buffet on January fifteenth, and after assuring a Latino worker he wouldn't be harmed set upon three men inside the eatery. The restaurant's chef part owner and manager all died as a result of their injuries Martinovic allegedly targeted the men because of their Asian heritage. And he's been charged with murder as well as a hate crime. The markets are mixed the Dow up sixty nine points. The NASDAQ down seventeen the s&p up a fraction and now your forecast from the Ramsey Mazda weather center today, mostly cloudy, flurries possible over the next few hours high Twenty-one tonight, partly cloudy, low sixteen tomorrow mix of sun and clouds, high thirty six from the Ramsey Mazda weather center, it's currently sixteen degrees. Here's Jay release seventy.
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"Eight four WABC. Let's go to Robert he's calling from New Jersey, welcome. The Juliet, Brian mongoloid genius. Julie curtis. Robert, I just came back from a wedding my son moved for years ago. Second time does show you never been on my bucket list. Wedding. And of course, we get three thousand dollars plus plus, plus they don't give don't give monetary gifts. They have like a registry where they give vases and positive ahead. A whole pile of like wrapped gifts in a corner. Nobody gave money nobody nobody on the wedding cost him and his wife, Sarah, seventy two thousand dollars. Whoa. No money. And I said, rob what's going on? He's a dad I hope that they don't give it. But you know, you don't tip in Australia either. You don't give no Tiffany, no restaurants. No, nothing. Most places, but then on top of that you gotta love those gives back back, but the spending seventy two thousand dollars, I'm guessing if they spent seventy two thousand dollars, they probably had ample transportation to bring the bring the gifts back seventy two thousand dollars. Well, Robert, rob understand the origin of Australia, which appeal colony the UK and all their prisoners to Australia. You trust anybody there with cash. They need them. Underwrite. And and then they have vegemite have you ever had pets? Yes. The most disgusting spread. What is it? Exactly. Like the considering the mama laid that was actually made in America by craft. They couldn't convince anyone in Wisconsin. Minnesota Arizona by this vegemite. It's like black rights really stick. It's yeast and yet you go. Well, you and these ozzy's it's like, it's it's like a tenderloin steak. They can't at work loved it days holiday. No, no, oh, you have to come back. The land down under. Anyway. One eight hundred eight nj Diet's taking weight loss and wellness to a whole new level with multiple offices in the Tri state area. They've now expanded with offices in Shelton and rocky.
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"What a tease you all. Mixture of your foot. Yeah. With your freaking soccer. Well, you didn't say I had to show. My naked foot, which I saw these freaks while responding causes describe it. It's got a little their foot fetishes. Go to who's calling from Wayne, welcome the WABC, Mikey. Curtis. Kissed my. He's such a seat you attract these freak. He's he's just losing his mind for. Yeah. Yeah. Stumbling all over himself. Sorry, mike. We can't hear you give us a call back, and then you feed the beast by actually encouraging him. So that listened to him he cycle. He's all like her site for client, bright. Let's go to Pete who's calling from Connecticut. Welcome the WABC. Hey curtis. How you doing? Hey, I believe I got I grew up on a farm Curtis. Scary farm. I got goats. We got a gentleman's farm now. You know, it's a cycle of life. I am dumbfounded. That Mark Zuckerberg is is his own votes. Keep putting the apron on and getting the phone. So I out before the dinner party. Well, actually, I'll tell you what he had he has a famous chef that lives a couple of doors down that helps him kind of go through the motions. I guess to learn how to do that. He does not only goats. He does chickens and picks as well. Do you think that he's actually doing himself? Yes. Yes. He's he's doing it. Thing I've ever heard a little odd. But I mean pitchy Pete. Thank God is inevitable. Sheesh. Lovey. She nerd so now this is his way of each shooting much easel being macho that's your take on it. He's doing it. Because he feels like we need to be aware of the fact that we are. Had to wear that. You gotta kill an animal. You know? I I mean, I five year old an eight year old night watch.
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"And they just opened up shop in Connecticut in Shelton and rocky hill. Don't delay don't vastly while you're sitting at your works by you got your work, computer. Open eight go to it. Nj diet dot com or your laptop or your iphone you smartphone. Do it. Now. Don't delay. It's nj diet dot com. Let's go to the phones as you were talking about a panoply of subjects here. Juliette hub. It's Glenn in east orange. Welcome. The WABC Glen, how're you doing? Doing good. We went to the orange. Why must have been sixty years ago? And yeah, we had for instruction when we had meat. We didn't we didn't swim naked then. But I always what the heck is doing a into the day. If you for disciplinary we had a we got paddled, oh, my glaze last forever. What I did Watson Heimer. I was I remember I went off to the prefect of discipline who I think was Perv. I said, what do we got a swimming pool? Book naked. 'cause you're right when it would be like, intermural, meats or meats with other schools. The guys will be wearing bathing. So then why why that makes no sense then? Bacteria enduring meets I mean, then you're inviting. They told us they said, oh with so many young men in the pool that once not not only is there not enough. What can we use the term? Ingredients in there because everybody obviously would turn a urinal. You know, what you know what I think it has to do Glenn. Yes. Because if you're wearing shorts. It's it's easier. If you guys tinkle for it to be pushed around before actually hits out into the into the water that everybody's out. I mean, it can be broken up. I can be diluted by the time. It it goes through the trunk. Let me tell you. They will. So much Clorox so much bleach. A black guy like you would have. No, I'm telling you. It's straight up. I mean, you're chlorine everywhere. Actually, I think it was just an excuse Glenn because he will purview us. Oh, no. I don't want to believe it. Why were they had to gentiles? I was at the Jesuit high school, and there were other high schools everywhere in colleges where they made you as a guy. Buck naked. Now why? Gross. And then and swimming, she'll try does anybody have any any logical reason as to why this is the case, why would why would a bathing suit that girl wears be different from trunks that you would take until you. Anyway, right now, let's get some news headlines and update nj.
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"From okay back on Tuesday. Instead of the morning jolt booed VIP guest list Super Bowl when he coach. Tony Dungy hilarious radio guy. Anthony cumia. Plus we said Tuesday at six here on seventy seven WABC. It all of a sudden you're with a group of native Indian she'll tell you from South Dakota Nebraska lot of shoe out here. Miccosukee from down Miami area. Okay. How many casinos chevelle now? I don't know. I haven't been done. Seminole. Hollywood. Yeah. I don't know if the sukey on any well, anyway, the point being is often times if you go old school, and you have a medical problem. They'll refer you to the old school witchdoctor, you know, which quite frankly is not the route to go. But then again, do you really want to always go to a surgeon? When all they know what to do is to cut out, whatever they feel is that part of your body that may have been infected with cancer, and I'd like to explore all my options. I would think the last one would be surgery surgeons oftentimes tell you if you don't have the show tree. Now, it could metastasized to a bone to another Oregon, and then I'll open you up and tell you enjoy your next six months, go to facts, go to Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island. Enjoy the vacation because when you come back you're going to be dead. Don't give into the fear fried hysteria in hyped it surgeons unknown full because that's what they do. They rarely if ever give you referrals, and that's why. If you've been afflicted or know somebody who's been afflicted with eighty different forms of body cancer or cancer was in remission. And then it started coming back with a vengeance. You have got to call Dr Gill Liederman because she was the first to bring noninvasive stereo tactic body radio show to America on Monday Sunday should go who utilized technique to get his cancer in remission Jimmy Carter who they thought was going going gone before Trump's inauguration, and he never spent a day in the hospital. There's no cutting bleeding anesthesia he's.
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"Seventy-seven WABC, New York's junior Senator Kirsten gillibrand is confirming. She's running for president Jilib around a married. Fifty two year old lawyer and mother of two sunsets. She'll combat the institutions of power if she wins the presidency and taking on the drug companies taking on the insurance companies. So we can guarantee healthcare a right and not a privileged Jila grand has been in the Senate ten years and was recently reelected in a landslide. She said at the time she'd serve out her Senate term, but says recent events inspired her to run she's accused President Trump of stoking racial division. I'm Sara Lee Kessler. I seventy seven WABC news an off-duty NYPD officer is dead following a crash with the city parks department garbage truck in the Bronx. It happened just before nine o'clock this morning on shore road and Pelham bay the officer's name hasn't been released yet. But he's twenty. Eight years old and police say it appears he was driving home at the end of his shift. No word yet on whether the driver the garbage truck was hurt. Suez water company says they've discovered several homes that have elevated levels in the drinking water in New Jersey. The homes are in Bergen and Hudson counties Suez's telling customers that they can get a free test of their drinking water if they are served by utility owned lead service line, the company says sixteen out of one hundred eight homes tested showed the lead level was above the government standard a winning day. On Wall Street does far the Dow up one hundred twenty five points, the NASDAQ up fifteen the SAP up seven nets at rockets at eight and men's college basketball, Saint John's host Creighton at six thirty and now your forecasts.
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"WABC New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is unveiling what he calls a revolutionary plan. He's proposing legislation to give workers two weeks of paid time off annually if they work in a business with five employees are more New Yorkers need a break people all over this country. Need a break. The mayor says if this is approved it'll improve the health and wellbeing of about a half a million people who have less than two weeks paid time off right now this plan is expected to be opposed by some businesses though. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says President Trump is still considering declaring a national emergency at the border with Mexico to get a wall built. But it's not the first option. The best solution is to be able to work with congress to get this done 'cause you can close a lot of the loopholes fund border security fully. And that's what we're hopeful today. President Trump is meeting with congressional leaders today. He wants five billion. For a border wall. Democrats only want a billion to go towards enhancing current border security people in New Jersey, though, are still frustrated that this has led to a partial federal government shutdown now on day nineteen shutting the government down because they can't determine a budget is a joke. It's our fault because we put these people in office. Everybody needs to meet halfway President Trump says there's a humanitarian and security crisis at the southern border. He's demanding billions to build a wall. But Democrats aren't giving in is not a lot of money. So work out a deal will the war secure country. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news. The Dow up one hundred forty four points, the NASDAQ up sixty three the s&p up fourteen right now next rockers and Seton Hall all in action tonight. And now your forecaster on the Ramsey Subaru weather center today mix of sun and clouds. Wendy winds could gust more than forty miles per hour in some areas tonight, partly cloudy, low thirty two tomorrow, partly sunny, high thirty six. Friday, sunny and breezy, high thirty one from the Ramsey Subaru weather center, it's currently forty four degrees. Here's.
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"WABC? Coming in some very surprising. Foreign these days everybody, it's one forty on Curtis and Cosby and who can forget Alexandria Kostya Cortes. Of course, it congresswoman elect here in New York. Socialist hardcore who could forget what she's on the campaign trail, and she talked about the occupation of Palestine what people are starting to see at least in in the occupation of Palestine is just an increasing crisis of humanitarian condition. Do you think you can expand on that? Yeah. I mean, I think I'd also just I I am not the expert geopolitics on this issue. You know for me. I'm a firm believer in in fighting a two-state solution this issue, but the occupation of Palestine. I mean, you heard it right there. She is boy, but she did acknowledge that she's. A lot of politicians. You know, they buffalo you they claim they talk. But at least she admitted she was a dollar shortage day late, and that she wanted to be schooled by Jewish people of all different views as to what the reality is. So she's been making the rounds of synagogues. Yes. My dad knock conservatives. City closet. I've seen a guy's but reform synagogues who have a tendency to Lee. Leaned liberal and progressive and now she is doing a little bit of a different song and dance. Take a listen..
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"WABC. We are seeing. Now, the remains of former President George Hw Bush arriving on the tarmac and about to be boarded onto Air Force One. Solemn ceremony going on on Ellington field in Texas right now. Former President George W Bush and his family are looking on at the tarmac for the ceremony. The plane will head to Washington DC after this and the state funeral at the National Cathedral will be Wednesday. The former president who died Friday at the age of ninety four will be eulogized by his son. Former President George W Bush along with family and friends noticeably absent from the program is President Trump who will attend the service, but will not take part in the formal remembrances presidents are traditionally asked to eulogize presidents who had died and in past state events like this one that has been the case correspondent, Linda Kenyon. The remains of the former president will then head back to Texas where there will be another funeral service on Thursday and the tributes to the former president are flowing even in our area, yell club members in New York City are remembering him fondly outside the club in midtown Manhattan. Members said the late president Knuth value of compromise. Probably compensated more wasn't as. Polarized. As today. They call the Lake President of fair and decent man who brought honor to the presidency. Bush graduated from Yale in nineteen forty eight after serving as a decorated navy pilot during World War, Two miss what he stood for dignity and politics. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC new. They're only a state funeral Wednesday at the National Cathedral. And then the remains of the former president will go back to Houston for a service there on Thursday. There's a hearing in Trenton today over the ad no virus outbreak that killed eleven children in New Jersey. Several Senate committees are expected to question the leadership team at the one accused center for nursing and rehabilitation that's where eleven children with compromised immune systems died from the virus. Dozens of others have been sickened. The hearing scheduled for next hour trade angst between the US and China is decreasing temporarily. President Trump tweeted the China has agreed to quote, reduce and remove tariffs on cars entering China from the US noting those. Tariffs are now forty percent. There was no immediate confirmation from China of the move which comes on the heels of easing of trade tensions with the president announcing that the tariffs on Chinese goods that were set to go into effect in the new year will be put on hold for ninety days as the two countries try to iron out their trade differences correspondent Jerry Bolander. Following what's going on at the g twenty summit in Argentina, stocks are trading higher. The Dow one hundred fifty eight points, the NASDAQ up seventy seven the SNP up sixteen devils Knicks nets and Rutgers basketball all in action tonight, traffic and weather up next. I'm rob Dawson on seventy seven WABC where New York comes.
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"It's wall to wall coverage Rita Cosby almost every commercial now as a political tone to it democrat Republican or third party candidate. We are giving barraged morning, noon and night. Let's go to paulie calling from south river, New Jersey. Welcome the Kurdish and read economy, WABC, paulie high. Paulie, good morning. Cindy. Good morning or Curtis Curtis. You're now. Trendy who said they. Harvey. Okay. Another blonde. Right. Exactly. Shooter. Now that I live in the great Garden State, and I voted last week by mail. Yeah. And and you have that that is a benefit, but you still don't have it where people can go to their polling locations and events like some thirty odd states where we've seen lines and lines of people waiting, but you know, you're absolutely right. That's one advantage. You have that. We don't have in Pennsylvania. Connecticut, New York, and I want you to know something else Curtis. If I were king. I would have no voter information until nine o'clock at night because I think it's a Berlin literally influence now, I you know, as as crazy as that sounds fall. I might agree this morning. I think Paul is crazy this morning when I got back on good day early. Call New York has every Monday Wednesday Friday, doing some political commentary. My my wife Nancy was asleep. And I had on. On the radio with shit im- Bernie, and naturally it had a lot of Trump on the campaign trail and my wife woke up with images that all the horror that was coming across the border in the caravan. They all resemble Pablo shorty goose, Mon El Chapo who. We're gonna talk about. I said to myself. Where did you get that idea from a nightmare kept hearing it over and over and listen, there are some places by the way, there are some countries like Poland and some other countries where right before the election. They actually have I think it's like twenty four or forty eight hour blackout where you can campaign hard hard hard. But you're not supposed to campaign or do certain things that that last twenty four hours, we'll can sort of sit back. So that's an interesting idea. But I think ill-informed is we're going we go full throttle. I think we're going to have to meet with our program director, Craig Schwab and do more promos. So that people don't think your name is Cindy, Cindy Garvey by Paul sounds like he was drinking. So I'm not offend Dato policy. There's smoke in the evil weed or drink based on the way, he was talking. So I'm happy doesn't know my name up next as you get barraged with the last minute TV commercials radio commercials from the New Jersey state Senate humi US Senate. Rage between union who's been here many times. And will join us tomorrow and a crook Bob Menendez. You think either Yuban is the stepchild of Donald Trump or you get in his own words has nothing at all to do with Donald Trump in the waning moments in this campaign, by the way, also Molinaro is now closing in on the governor's. There's some big developments. But right now, let's get on news headlines. Nj diet dot com. Seventy seven. Fifty degrees and cloudy. I'm rob Dawson with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC in the race for governor of New York. A recent poll from Santa college puts governor Cuomo thirteen points ahead a Republican challenger.
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"Let's go to Steve in New Jersey. Welcome the Kurdish and Rita Cosby on WABC. Steve. Hi curtis. How are you Rita? How are you? Good. How you doing? I'm fine Curtis. You're talking about furry and utilities, and the idea is is good. The problem is aside from the cost factor, and like read a set earlier a lot of infrastructure has been built many many years ago. So to burry everything under ground to take everything that's existing overhead and buried underground. It's gonna it's gonna wipe out the utilities, they don't even have that much money to do that. Now, Secondly, all underground developments everything originates from the overhead. You can't get away from it. We will power in sometimes from other states because it's cheaper to buy it. And then it or we generated in the stations, and it goes out on the towers it gets wheel back and forth between substations so there's really no way to do away with. The guy from fires comes to your door salesman. And he says I want you flip from spectrum because we have a wireless, and we're going to wire up the whole neighborhood. He if we get enough people to subscribe, and then they start digging up how come all of a sudden, they're they're laying they're laying pipe underground. And you mean to tell me the utility companies can't do that. Well, I can't speak on behalf of telecommunications. I can only speak on behalf of the U Tilleke. And I know for a fact not everywhere has filed there's people that would want it. They want to try it. And it's not even a veil of. No, no, no, I understand. But when they come because you have to have a certain number of subscribers sign up to go to the expense of putting it in your the wildlife and burying. It underground the point is is that they do it. They incur the cost. Let's go to pass gonna be some solution. Let's go to Pat in little falls, New Jersey wealth in the Kurdish and Rita. Cosby WABC, Pat, Pat high. Here. So I can you hear me? Yup. We hear you. Go ahead. I totally agree with putting it underground. But you just heard Dave was just saying you can't there's some reason you technically can't which I find shocking. With all the technology around that town shocking to however when we lived in queens, and the Jamaica's day Trish knows Hollis would they buy those areas. I don't know too much about the other areas of queens, everything was underground. We'd had none of this nonsense. So we moved to New Jersey. Long story and they've been improving the the grid and then you have about ten wires sloping from pole to pole to pole. And after I saw, you know, the hurricane that hit Puerto Rico and looked at their infrastructure. That's exactly what this will. Yeah. And you know, something you're shoelace lines. You're underground your water lines are underground everything is underground nothing is above ground, except your utility. There's gotta be a solution. I mean, come on. They don't want to spend. They don't want to spend the money, obviously, they're old school. They don't wanna use new Jack technology, and they don't want to say to government. Hey, we gotta do something. It's going to save you money in the long term. But it'll cost you money in the short term. Well, Steve was just saying that it would wipe out the utilities that. That's how much of an expensive. They obviously. Get wiped out. That's what I'm saying. It's like, what are we using smokes signals? You're going to get wiped out. They don't get wiped out our bills. I don't think so I'm with you. Let's go to Dan in rocky point, welcome. The Kurdish had read it caused me here on WABC, Dan. Hey, how you doing? What's up Curtis? We see every day. I just wanted to say so they're gonna put this. Did you tell it? He's underground. These unions and he's large contractors such as run than just the name one of them. That's the big one out here. But what's going to happen to them? I think that there's still unions these contractors? They don't wanna lose jobs. So I think deeper than them just doing it. That makes sense because remember after superstorm sandy and all the utility lines. You went down along the south shore of Long Island. They couldn't find enough polls to replace the old pole. That's right. They couldn't find enough holes. Now, if they had decided, okay, we're gonna get hit with another superstorm sandy at some point. Let's just invest now bury the utility line. So we don't have to deal with trees are gonna fall, and they not only crash into your house or your place of business garage..
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"Welcome the Kurdish Rita. Cosby WABC, Alex? Are you guys today? We're good. How you doing? Okay. In the city knows a lot but ends up being popping. They don't put their finger on it. The Asian community is a lot of illegal stuff. I mean, he's baby stores. I have people that I know that they're on the system, and they go to these stores, and they say that they think he'd be t- at the store. Right. So they under the briefest that they're going to sell milk and food they seldom shoulders under the they seldom PlayStations, they sold the clothes and everything all those babies. So that they have the Asian old. And they have a huge gamble with that not only the brothels and all of that. But the quiet people they don't bring so much attention to them. Yeah. But that's not a reason to let them get away with that Alex come on. But the city does it, you know, they let them get away with it. You know, because how do they have all these of EVT's stuff? They charge it up. You know, I guess milk or whatever they do 'cause baby formulas expensive. And then they'll give you a stroller. They'll sell you a great deal, sell, you, whatever it is all those baby Roseville avenue. They'll hit you with the fake. Oh, yeah. But Alex, you see the misusing the snap cards and everything that somebody gets here if they are entitled to a you can actually get that. If you here on a visa, you can qualify for that. So you're absolutely right, Alex. But this is a well known secret too, many people, you know, it Alex the cops know it in the precincts that work the area, the social workers know, it the inspectors you were there to check up on the building. Let's not even talk about the illegal subdivisions, Alex in which you take one floor, which is for one family. Suddenly, it's eight families living on one floor all of it illegal. Well, that's a ball. You can go in Curtis. You can go in first of all on housing. You can go in checking the daycare. That's misrepresenting itself. You think about how many places could go in and be busted under the scam. Yeah. But the question is why isn't it happening? Why aren't this? Shitty. Council hearings. Tell you because they getting paid off. Yeah. Kitchen kitchen. Good jiang. They are getting paid off. And then naturally nobody wants to bus this bubble one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Let's go to John in Staten Island. Welcome to Kurdish and Rita Cosby here on WABC, Johnny John as a few moguls gives you should check it built. I mean think about it to go to NYU Columbia. All these kids are paying a hundred grand fifty grand a mess. Sunday kids at school. So all these guys all living in the conflict. I mean, are they only elitist Goldie schools should there be a cap on that maybe we should find out if you have four Chinese families that want to send it? Ambassadors. The doing this stuff. You know, John you bring up a great point about all the money. Right. It's like all the contacts. And there are a lot of very like suddenly because they have money they get into these schools, and that you're right is a whole other sort of scam. They're hitting us in all different directions. Real estate, they probably housing tax million dollar house. Yep. Yep. Oh, there's no doubt they'll come knocking at to donate you still live in Forest Hills. And I was raising my two youngest sons there I'd be there on a Saturday morning while their mother was out campaigning. She queens borough president, and I'd have Russian show up knocking on the door satchels full of cash. All right L passionate onto the owner. Right. The Chinese would come on and say, you don't need a Bank. You don't need the mortgage right here. It is giving cash. Well, that's the thing. They are buying up so much of New York City because they want to own part of it. Look, they own a lot of elected officials are doing nothing about this any obviously know about a duck down DA Brown, the perfect poster child term limits never around should be cracking down on this one eight hundred eight four eight WABC, let's go to Greg in Brooklyn welcomed the Kurdish and really Cosby, Greg. Hi, greg. Hi, guys. How're you doing good? I I work all around the city, and I can tell you some neighborhoods the snap card fraud is just out there, so obvious. It's ridiculous far apart from my favorite to watch that happen. Oh, yeah. You go from borough park where you have the ultra orthodox. And then you go down to eighth avenue where you have the Chinese immigrants, and you notice how many people have snap card, right? And then all of a sudden, Greg you look at the snap card. It's a picture of a woman the mother of some children and the guy using the snap card in some guy. Right. Even Email the same race or the same ethnic background. And nobody looks at the card. You know, like you're supposed to right. You don't look like Mabel here in this car? Yeah. Johnny Johnny look like. Seventy seven I worked for the census bureau and one of the centers, I did in Brooklyn was illegal apartment expansions. And that's how far back the government's been looking at that issue though. I like that. Illegal apartment and expansion. You saying in nicely subdivisions where they just chop up the house. Everybody knows she Craig the building inspector's is supposed to be inspecting. All you have to do is go outside look at all the garbage for like, what should be a two family say this is like an apartment building all the garbage. Then you look at all the satellite dishes right now. You see this stealing cable this stealing electricity. This stealing waterlines? Yeah. It's not too difficult to figure out say, Greg. Oh, this is a Pandora's box of all and the landlords act. Like, I didn't know, you know. Packet into Curtis who that's the other thing usually hit the landlord doesn't just do one apartment. It's like a whole row. We're going to have to deal with that. Because no elected official wants to deal with illegal subdivisions. Let's go to Dan in Long Island. Welcome the Kurdish everyday Cosby here on WABC Danny afternoon, guys. Listen, a couple of things one is there was a fireman killed in the Bronx a few years back at the Trump out the window because when he got into the apartment it had been subdivided, and they didn't have access to window. So these these are dangerous life threatening conditions these landlords make when they put walls up, and they have people living in rooms that are fire escapes or whatever. So this is just not this is a serious issue for first responders, and the people who are forced to live in these things in regards to the baby thing, you're not gonna hear anything from anybody. Because it's the police department is it's against the law for them to even inquire about immigration status. Even if they know what's going on. You haven't heard a peep from the fourteen people arrested for murder and that kid in the Bronx that remember that gang? The police issued a statement as to what their readiness status was absolutely not don't don't cause any trouble. Keep moving people. There's nothing to look at. But you see that's the police, and then you see. See you have the agency that is to check on daycare centers. They don't care whether you're an illegal illegal person. But if you don't have a license to run a daycare center, they're supposed to padlock down. Right. And so far nothing has happened. I'd like to know who.
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"Licensed. Brokerage. Commemoration of this the seventeen year since the attack of nine eleven let's go to John who's calling from union city welcomed the Kurdish and read economy WABC, Johnny. Hi, John guys. You're absolutely right. Seventeen years spent Aghanistan and nothing show to show for and it's gonna take another thirty years. And there's nothing to show for but like the big business, and that's machine running down the lobby people in Washington all the time. Oh, it doesn't matter. Look at all. You're going to turn the money. They're spending the war to go help people because they any cancer and they getting sick for nine eleven. Because I'm not gonna help the manufacturers. There should be a no brainer. All reports today from the federal government are that they're running out of money for this yoga fund for the nine eleven victims compensation fund. You would think any allowed mouths senators or house members would immediately be saying, let's cut the funding to Afghanistan divert to funding to Americans who are still suffering as a result sometimes living in the area of functioning in the area. Yeah. I mean, it's outright. I by the way, it would be a very smart move. And a brilliant move to sit there and say this is how much we're paying to Afghanistan. This is how much we're paying to Pakistan today is the day, we should know those numbers, and then go this is how much has gone into the drug. And forty one billion dollars to the thieves in Afghanistan, and they are losing the war to the Taliban. And you think about if it was just a percentage Curtis of that going into the compensation fund how much of a difference it would make. But you don't hear Republicans Democrats saying that well, you've heard some in the administration have actually talked about that about Afghanistan and Pakistan. But I. Saying out now. Yes out now. I agree. Let's go to Tommy is calling from New Jersey. Welcome the Kurdish and reading Cosby he on WABC. Tommy. Hi, great. Great. Thanks for taking my call. My mother grew up at four forty two street. Brooklyn, my grandparents four twenty eight second over my church. So a lot of these got New Jersey New York blood in me, I'm proud to be New Jersey and the other group that's being overlooked to see number of volunteer. Firefighters from jersey that went into backfill at the house is at loss hall. Those people top of the iceberg. Those guys were all volunteers as men and women, and they didn't get a diamond they took off work. That's number one. Number two. I've been over that mess. Call the mid east three times. So I was there a war hero. But they're backstabbers. Just like the OJ. Saw our navy seabees built schools for girls in Afghanistan. First time young women could ever have schools and as soon as the navy seabees left. Guess what? But they knocked the schools down there. Backstabbers I've been to Oman UAE Egypt Saudi Arabia guitar Bahrain. Iraq, the whole deal I won't give you a plug nickel for any of them. And especially Tom Afghanistan is at seventeen years, the longest war. And I'm thinking of all those people who are on what at the time was the world's open lodges open air landfill going through the particularly all of which was moved from the World Trade Center site. So that people might be able to identify remains and by the way to this day Curtis. Some of them have not been identified. How sad is that? Right. But how many people who were going on the hands in needs where methane gas was coming from the landfill? And they will being slowly poisoned essay look through that particular with small rakes in their hands. They've gone unrecognized. And then you get the story of like like Tom saying, we're putting all this money, and we're putting up a school. And as soon as we go they level it. Yep. Oh, shameful. Anyway, right now, let's get on news headlines updates..