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Iran's president hopes Biden unravels Trump's Iran policies

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Iran's president hopes Biden unravels Trump's Iran policies

"Iran's state TV says Iran's president has reiterated his hope president elect Joe Biden will return America's Iran policy the way he left things as vice president four years ago and return to Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers Hassan wani says if Iran and the U. S. confined to pop back to the situation on January twenty twenty seventeen president Donald trump's inauguration day it could be a huge solution for many issues and problems under trump tensions between the US and Iran have escalated Ronnie has called on by admin to explicitly condemn trump's maximum pressure campaign as well as compensate for wrong policies pursued over the last four years a possible reference to the massive financial losses Iran has suffered as a result of trump's sanctions campaign I'm Charles Taylor this month

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The Anni Hindocha Case

Casefile True Crime

04:42 min | 10 months ago

The Anni Hindocha Case

"In the light to thousands, life was going well twenty-seven-year-old. Any Indoor INDATA. The engineering graduate had a good job in Stockholm at the headquarters of Multinational Telecommunications Company Ericsson and had recently purchased Tirana potman with some help from her parents. and He's close Knit Hindu family were of Indian heritage and had immigrated to the southern Swedish town of Mariestad before she was born. Although any had moved away. She returned to her family home muffin maintaining a close relationship with her father mother older sister and younger brother. In two, thousand nine and his aunt who was the families expert match Banca introduced her to a young man named Shrayan Johnny. Twenty nine year old sheldon was two years older than any, and it was from the English city of bursts though. Like any, Hey, had Hindu parents and was one of three children with an older brother and a younger sister. Shrayan, had an economics degree from Manchester University and worked for his family successful business running nursing himes throughout England's Westcountry. Although any industry and lived in different countries, they soon struck up a long distance friendship. During a visit to London any went on her first date with when They attended a West end performance of lying king before having dinner at upmarket. Fusion restaurant. Couple had a wonderful time with trae in particularly locking the way. Any made him laugh. Despite the long distance, their relationship blossomed In February two, thousand ten, and he decided to relocate to the United Kingdom a move that would help develop a connection with train. Have Bothe- Vinod and mother Milan gave her their blessing. And he quit her job at Ericsson and on March one she moved in with her cousin in Luton. Town about fifty kilometers north west of London. Shortly after the move any cold her parents to announce that things were going well with her and train and that she had been welcomed by his family. Several. Weeks Light Up v Gnawed into nealon traveled to the UK to make trains parents. That was a whirlwind visit that included often tae a tour of Bristol and Dana at an Indian restaurant. By the end of the evening, everyone agreed that the meeting had gone well. On June Tan Sri until Gani to Paris on a private jet. After giving any a design address and Christian Dior. Shoes Shrayan took her out for dinner at the Ritz Hotel. Instead of desert any was presented with a diamond engagement. Ring Worth Twenty Five. Thousand Pounds. The couple begin planning their wedding. Day initially wanted to get married into by, but after an impromptu visit to India they fell in love with Mumbai and decided to have the wedding there instead. Anne in Sri in planned to have old traditional Hindu ceremonies. But because they wouldn't be legally binding, they would make the marriage official at a UK registry office after their honeymoon. On Thursday October Twenty Eight, two, thousand, ten, the wedding festivities began at Mambas Rene Songs Hotel. Lavish celebrations lasted for three days costing the Hinduja and Diani families around two hundred, thousand pounds altogether. The wedding concluded on Saturday October thirty with a reception held by the Wani's. Photos captured the newlyweds beaming with any dressed in a blue and green. Sorry and in wearing a silver outfit with a scarf that complimented he's broads. After the reception, the couple farewelled their loved ones with Anne, and her family weeping as they said day. Goodbyes. Train had intended for their honeymoon destination to bay a surprise. But before he could tell any that would going, he's not gonNA. Let it slip that he had booked a trip to South Africa.

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Anni Hindocha

Casefile True Crime

04:07 min | 10 months ago

Anni Hindocha

"And He's close Knit Hindu family were of Indian heritage and had immigrated to the southern Swedish town of Mariestad before she was born. Although any had moved away. She returned to her family home muffin maintaining a close relationship with her father mother older sister and younger brother. In two, thousand nine and his aunt who was the families expert match Banca introduced her to a young man named Shrayan Johnny. Twenty nine year old sheldon was two years older than any, and it was from the English city of bursts though. Like any, Hey, had Hindu parents and was one of three children with an older brother and a younger sister. Shrayan, had an economics degree from Manchester University and worked for his family successful business running nursing himes throughout England's Westcountry. Although any industry and lived in different countries, they soon struck up a long distance friendship. During a visit to London any went on her first date with when They attended a West end performance of lying king before having dinner at upmarket. Fusion restaurant. Couple had a wonderful time with trae in particularly locking the way. Any made him laugh. Despite the long distance, their relationship blossomed In February two, thousand ten, and he decided to relocate to the United Kingdom a move that would help develop a connection with train. Have Bothe- Vinod and mother Milan gave her their blessing. And he quit her job at Ericsson and on March one she moved in with her cousin in Luton. Town about fifty kilometers north west of London. Shortly after the move any cold her parents to announce that things were going well with her and train and that she had been welcomed by his family. Several. Weeks Light Up v Gnawed into nealon traveled to the UK to make trains parents. That was a whirlwind visit that included often tae a tour of Bristol and Dana at an Indian restaurant. By the end of the evening, everyone agreed that the meeting had gone well. On June Tan Sri until Gani to Paris on a private jet. After giving any a design address and Christian Dior. Shoes Shrayan took her out for dinner at the Ritz Hotel. Instead of desert any was presented with a diamond engagement. Ring Worth Twenty Five. Thousand Pounds. The couple begin planning their wedding. Day initially wanted to get married into by, but after an impromptu visit to India they fell in love with Mumbai and decided to have the wedding there instead. Anne in Sri in planned to have old traditional Hindu ceremonies. But because they wouldn't be legally binding, they would make the marriage official at a UK registry office after their honeymoon. On Thursday October Twenty Eight, two, thousand, ten, the wedding festivities began at Mambas Rene Songs Hotel. Lavish celebrations lasted for three days costing the Hinduja and Diani families around two hundred, thousand pounds altogether. The wedding concluded on Saturday October thirty with a reception held by the Wani's. Photos captured the newlyweds beaming with any dressed in a blue and green. Sorry and in wearing a silver outfit with a scarf that complimented he's broads. After the reception, the couple farewelled their loved ones with Anne, and her family weeping as they said day. Goodbyes.

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Trump to pause immigrant visas for 60 days over coronavirus

Brian Lehrer

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Trump to pause immigrant visas for 60 days over coronavirus

"I want people that are in this country I want our citizens to get jobs I don't want them to have competition we have a very on usual situation and it is an unusual situation but we also know that the trump agenda has always been to reduce legal as well as illegal immigration so is covert unemployment and excuse that he's hitchhiking campaign item onto or legitimate because we do have this unemployment spike not barred by the way on any guest workers who the country is allowing in to help with the food supply reportedly farmers and agriculture business organizations exploded in anger that's the way the times put it exploded in anger at the prospect that guest workers would also be banned in fact the New York times headline on this today is trump backs away from a broad ban on immigration but many will still feel the effect of restrictions and you know this is just the latest coronavirus development to hit immigrants harder than many other people notably many immigrants who have been working here and paying taxes here will not be eligible for some of the relief programs another development this week that you may not have heard about is that the Supreme Court may take changing conditions from the corona virus into account in the so called daca case it is now considering involving young immigrants brought here as kids by their parents who grew up American but undocumented with me now this site bridge wani she was New York city's first immigration commissioner under mayor Bloomberg after the people of the city created that position in the two thousand one referendum she is now founder and president of the group called new American leaders which supports immigrant political activity and she is the author of people like us the new wave of candidates knocking at the marker sees door published in twenty eighteen and once upon a time she was a founder of south Asian youth action in Elmhurst queens now an epicenter of coronavirus infections and deaths are ironically thanks for coming on so you're welcome back to W. NYC thanks for having me Bryant creek hearing voices let me get right to the president's argument you heard the clip and on its face a lot of people might say this makes sense if we've gone from three percent unemployment two thirteen percent unemployment overnight because of the public health crisis maybe the next sixty days are not the time to be taking in more people who will want to find work regardless of any other immigration politics what's your reaction welcome and thank you summarized it very well I'd say more forcefully that this is part of the administration's connect textbook case of white supremacy they do three things racialized everything throw red meat to a base that is predominantly white and in teaching capricious and arbitrary announcement and while we could fact check those and problem the ties with sixty days actually means at the end of the day and she said in a New York times headline the intention and the intended impact is already there creating chaos and fear among immigrant communities who I'm not following every single tweet an announcement at the president and are already struggling with economic fragility and with the loss of life into the intended impact is clear regardless of whether it makes any sense or not and regardless of where he lands on this final executive order the times headline trump's trump backs away from a broad ban on immigration but many will still feel affected restrictions what parts does that refer to that he backed away from my mention the guest workers who work mostly in agriculture anyone else well it's hard to say because it's hard to know what he intended and it's also this announcement that we should close our borders seems inconsistent with the idea that we should we open our state so what is it should we be opening up our economy and returning to court and court normal or should we be closing our borders and protecting ourselves and then the other point I would make is that there isn't an intentionality around in and we do this in New York as well that we create a separation between Americans and immigrants your Christian immigrants when these groups are overlapping you know there are plenty of Americans naturalized citizens who are immigrants and plenty of new Yorkers who are immigrants so as a direct answer to your question is it's hard to say because we don't know what his intention was who was he intending to cover and then the last point I just want to make on the sixty days and in the process of getting approved for a green card is pretty long process to temporarily halting green card approvals for sixty days for the average person applying for a green card it's not necessarily a meaningful amount of time because it's usually a long arc as someone who's actually been through the process I can tell you that sixty days is a pretty inconsequential amount and it just speaks to the fact that it's very arbitrary what he's saying so does that mean that this is more political theater than actual impact on potential immigrants live yeah I feel that he he feels backed into a corner and we are watching the unemployment numbers grow the economy continue to suffer and he's pulling anything that he can possibly pull on to ensure that there's a victory in November I think you know there's been a pattern of behavior on his part that indicates not just it's not just about and that winning an election but it's also about self preservation who will be most affected by this what I want and not be found guilty of doing the same thing that I see some of our leaders to write and to separate immigrants from Americans or immigrants in New York I said many of us are suffering whether that's an emotional loss because of a loved one our economic loss and but the impact I themed is going to be the greatest on those who are most vulnerable and most vulnerable because of their immigration status and most vulnerable because they just don't have some of us have financial security or you know back backups that we can rely on and the most vulnerable in our society with their immigrant or not don't have that and that's where I think we're going to see them the most suffering you see let me ask you to clarify the connection because insurance direction is specifically on getting green cards or permanent residency status for the next sixty days I think some of the most vulnerable you're talking about undocumented immigrants who were not up for green card status based on their status and and some others who are not green card applicants right now so what is that broader effect you're trying to describe what so for example let's talk about someone who may be looking to adjust their status right so might be someone who has a work permit who has applied for a green card and again I just want to be clear that we're not exactly sure what what is entailed in this executive order but an example might be someone who is employed on a work visa and who is leading to adjust their status from being what's called an H. one B. worker to a green card holder into maybe there'll be a temporary halt on that it could be someone let's see who's a daca recipient who may who you know may have been undocumented has doctor now possibly got married to someone who is a citizen might be in line for a green card so but it could also be someone who lives outside of the United States see for example I applied for an adjustment of status for my mother and my mother might be waiting in another country for a green card approval and that will get to meet too it's a wide range of people and I want to be very clear that I'm not saying all of those people will be affected but those are examples of the type of people who might be

Bloomberg Campaign Staffers Speak Out, Alleging Broken Promises

Morning Edition

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Bloomberg Campaign Staffers Speak Out, Alleging Broken Promises

"Mike Bloomberg's presidential campaign was one of the most expensive in history he ended it after a dismal performance on super Tuesday one month ago today the former New York mayor still promised to keep his operation running through the general election and to invest more than a billion dollars to defeat president trump but then hundreds of Bloomberg field organizers were abruptly fired last month three of them are now sharing their stories they talked with NPR's Juana summers when Mike Bloomberg launched his presidential campaign he hired an enormous network of staff across the country showering them with salaries that far exceeded what other candidates for pain he also offered them something else a job through the general election no matter what they offered an incredible benefit package which is unheard of for a field staff offering eight thousand dollars a month for a regional wall dedication to kill our healthcare technology a laptop cell phone that's all just money he joined Bloomberg's campaign in Miami Dade County as a regional organizing director in December he said those guarantees unheard of on campaigns made a job with Bloomberg incredibly attractive part of his job was to interview potential staff and it's part of our hiring guidelines wise to utilize the line back employment it guaranteed greener member location it's not that promise was part of what convinced Matthew jeweler in Denver to quit the I. T. job he'd worked at for ten years I honestly don't know if I would have taken the job if it weren't for that specific guarantee because I knew I wanted to work in the general election Bloomberg dropped out of the way shortly after super Tuesday then there were two rounds of layoffs in the first round hundreds of staffers across the country were let go told that they behave through March thirty first they were encouraged to apply to work for Bloomberg's organization in battleground states then Bloomberg abandoned his plans to form a new independent entity and announced that he but instead give eighteen million dollars to the Democratic National Committee for the party's battleground states program Donna wood in Miami lost her job on March twentieth conference call and it was all right options script from HR and then the call just ended it was selected by you can hang up now in a statement Bloomberg's campaign manager Kevin cheeky told NPR the campaign reached out to every organizing staffer in six battleground states as well as others and ask them to consider working with the GMC she he said hundreds of former Bloomberg campaign staff have been contacted interim hiring pipeline to join the DNC's organizing efforts something he insists would not have happened without the campaign's massive donations to the party but staffers were let go without guarantees I asked him all Jeff wani about conversations he had with potential campaign staff where he promised continuous employment three November Mike borrowed my credibility and abused in that moment we want people like Mike to now and the people in the party who benefit from like philanthropy chin now that it is not OK to just get harder as though you know where mere tool Summerfield organizers for Bloomberg's campaign have filed potential class action lawsuits were these complaints have been detailed in court documents Donna would file the first breach of contract suit it's now grown from one plaintiff to roughly eighty I just know what I was promised and I'm a woman of my word and I would just think that other people would be the same if you repeatedly tell someone something and it sure than that they still have their jobs and ensure them that you'll be transitioning to an end of independent expenditure that that would happen another potential class action lawsuit was filed by former campaign workers in Georgia Utah and Washington while the former workers say Bloomberg's campaign promise them continued employment they acknowledge that they signed at will contracts meaning they could be let go at any time Matthew jeweler and Denver the point isn't the contract that we signed it says out well it could come from the station two thousand former staffers had with hiring people all then you have a guaranteed job November fifteenth on official interview documents that they use internal many staffers including jeweler expressed frustration that Bloomberg funded the most expensive primary campaign in history five hundred million dollars on our on loan in a four month period he keeps falling one percent of that and every single one of his fields far higher salary for the remainder of the year the campaign manager Kevin G. Keyes said that staff worked thirty nine days on average and were given several weeks of severance and health care through March the campaign has also established a fund to cover health care costs through the month of April something chic he says no other campaign has done Bloomberg's campaign hopes that in time many staffers will be hired by the

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World Bank warns China growth could screech to a halt

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

World Bank warns China growth could screech to a halt

"Bank has warned of unavoidable in significant pain in countries across East Asia as economies contract in the wake of the corona virus pandemic it says the virus poses a big threat to the region's tourism trade and commodity driven economy as Christmas wani reports in China where it all started the bank says the viruses impact will see economic growth shrink from six point one percent last year to two point three percent in twenty twenty if the pandemic doesn't get worse but if it does then we're looking at growth of just zero point one percent this year the bank for costs nearly twenty four million fewer people will escape poverty in twenty twenty because of the virus Asia and in particular China have been the world's economic engine for the last decade the corona virus has stopped that growth in its tracks recovery will be long and difficult

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"wani" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"wani" Discussed on 20/20

"Financier who serving life in prison. I spent six hours in jail interviewing they're similar people. But if the verse smart, charming bullies. And just like made them. He wasn't just the ultra wealthy investing. I was told it was going to be the next big thing. I lean LaPierre a retired executive assistant ultimately invested one hundred thousand dollars in theranos. It was the biggest investment of my life. And what did you expect a new house while she didn't know a lot about their nose Eileen thought? She knew enough about the people who were vouching for Elizabeth. Well, I was trusting the knowledge and the expertise of who I bought it from an and I'm not placing any blame because everybody pretty much got schnookered from big mucketty mucks in the end Eileen lost that one hundred thousand dollars if you could say something right now to Elizabeth homes. Shun me my hundred thousand dollars back, please. I'll never earned that much money back in my life. I don't have enough years. It's a hard pill to swallow. Elizabeth and her council did not respond to our repeated requests for comment, but the attorney for Sonny bowl Wani wanted to defend his client. Does he feel in any way that he was duped by Elizabeth homes? Mr. vol wanting to believe in with Holmes and her vision for the company he tried to execute that plan with her to make it a success. If you were going to give them a grade on the job he did at their knows. What would that grade b I would give him an a plus for dedication and effort. But obviously when we look at this after the fact, and there's been a business failure. And Mr. all is very sorry about that. But that's not the same as fraud. But among the allegations from the department of Justice against Elizabeth and sunny were those false and misleading statements. They made about their so-called revolutionary technology turns out the majority of their tests were actually being run on devices. They purchased from other companies does. Does she think that Walgreens would've wanted to know what device you were using to process these samples I am not aware that they were very focused on what hardware that we were using why he was a third party product. If you're charging for that, cutting edge technology, right question. The concept was to collect the samples from the Walgreens stores and transport them to the central lab with it'd be tested. If you have lots of sales being collected you need machines that are going to have higher throughput machines from other companies deters ever disclosed wolverines what devices was using to run different types. We would never do wine. Doesn't this was there was a lot of trade secret here? There was no secret. If their nose was doing traditional blood testing, except for the fact that the advertising itself suggested you could have your tests done with a prick of blood wondering if you would take a blood test for us, which is one drop of blood one Tra. Well, that was never said, that's the only way it would go when they did they did do it in a way that drew less blood that was a little less painful and difficult, but the impact of theranos is alleged crime goes far beyond corporate fraud lives were potentially put it risk. Tens of thousands of patient. Test results had to be voided..

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"wani" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"wani" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"He had a financial interest in in fairness at at the time that he can't is that kosher you wouldn't get paid in shares. If he thought the company was fraudulent, obviously, you're gonna lose your money granted. Right. But it's still poses the question of of the tyranny of a conflict of interest. And I it's it's not clear to me that that necessarily the the bar would would preclude these types of arrangements. But to me, they seem problematic. I've probably had people chanting f my name at various places to. John Kerry, Ruhul we're talking to is a two time Pulitzer prize winning investigative reporter at the Wall Street Journal, also the the author bad blood, the book were discussing you mentioned her being attractive. I've always thought that that plays a role in this. There's just something appealing about the girl next door looking attractive blonde. Plucky, you know, up with feminine America. That's that plays a role in it, doesn't it? I mean, I think it was a factor. But honestly, she she's also incredibly smart, you know, that this is an idiot. Oh, no, no, no. I wasn't implying that skewing nonsense at people. She she was she is incredibly articulate, she's got a very, sharp intellect and division. You know, the way she presented her vision was very believable. And she had this charisma. She her idol with Steve Jobs. She idolized John. She was obsessed with how but he actually invented the iphone. See that's the difference. She shared with him. This this trait that he had this reality distortion field chief she had this ability to make people suspend disbelief. Wow. And so she was very much like him in that way. Wow. That that that's that's interesting. But she had to know that this was going to collapse at some point. No, I don't necessarily think she thought that. I mean, you know, what I seen the letter soliciting a formerly soliciting an investment from Rupert Murdoch that she sent him and at the very end of two thousand fourteen and he ended up investing in in the following weeks. And this this letter mentions that the company is going to stay private for the long-term about sixteen or seventeen times. So so I think her game was to just stay private and to keep raising money over and over again and to stay private forever. Wow. Classic pyramid scheme. Final question because we're running crazy late, but what is Elizabeth homes and Sonny Bono Wani's likely fade at this point. Well, that's a good question. I think they're too shoes that are going to drop them in the next. Couple of months. One is the the company is going to run out of money, and and a private equity firm, but loaned money last year is gonna is gonna seize its assets and liquid liquidate them and theranos will cease to exist. I think by the end of the summer, and the other thing is that the US attorney's office in San Francisco has been conducting a criminal investigation, and as you know, the SEC recently charged her and the company with fraud and sunny by Wani as well, but there's been a parallel criminal probe. And my sources tell me that that investigation is very well advanced and trying to tweet conclusion and a distinct possibility is that a Elizabeth and sunny won't be indicted. Time to die your hair Brown in hire a submarine to take yourself. The second. Sure, they're keeping an eye on those folks, John Kerry, ru is a journalist author of bad blood secrets and lies in a Silicon Valley startup John enjoyed the chat very much terrific book. And and well done great to talk to you. Thank you so much. Thanks for having the our pleasure. And I think Scarlett Johansson is gonna player in the movie, which has probably be based on this book. Wow. Really? Yeah..

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"wani" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"wani" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Good for you. Good for you even care about the Packers. No team Mason. I always used to being on my my bad list, but I didn't even care. Keep them on the team. Like you said, there's no other kickers. Everybody wants to cut kickers. And I always say, who you replay, there's a reason why these guys are employed. There's nobody else to employ so, but you're, you're going to be traveling with the brewers. Probably take off the and I'll see us and save the money up the world. So that's my, that's my plan. But so I got a question for you, so I flew out five. Oh five in the morning, super tight. I didn't even go to bed the night. Prior is just stayed up drinking and went on my flight. So then when I get to the flight assigned seating, right, we'll twenty six f window seat and as I'm getting there, I'm like one of the west persons on the plane to get to my seat and there's a little six year old girl sitting in my seat. So was it wrong be the kicker or should I have let her. Where were the parents. In middle c and then twenty six ABC with the other kids. I eighty c e and I had Ethel now you should've taken the window seat because you're going to sleep in instead of, you know, being in the middle or you know where people can't get in and out that you were. I think you were doing people at service by, but taking the window and crashing. Nice now I don't feel like such jerk. No, that's fritzy who usually does stuff like that, but thank you, Jack, I'm so selfish. You are so so so Richie kind of quiet today. The Broncos loosened. All right. Over when move on. We in the Rams next two and four four game losing streak. Reggie Miller coming up next hour and aerial hill. Wani talk about fight.

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"wani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"wani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Funding angst plan haven't we came from the land of fear us. We thought they were going to kill us in my homeland is just so much killing and that people. So that's what we believed the liquid was actually fake blood. It's typical of generation identities provocative stunts. I visit the theatre where it took place to meet Bessemer who was on stage at the time. Short with flaming red hair and deep Brown eyes. She fled from Iraq with her three children. Were you scared? SLA? Unlike incident in the same spot right now is making me shiver because of all the bad memories in Annandale Yanni, Sarah, I got scared because in my mind, it's the same situation from Iraq to hear him on Wani, I left Basra because it's unsafe. My brother got killed and my son was kidnapped for a while. So we had to leave. So when I got him back. I thought I need to save my children and find a safe place to settle down away from fear and the whole inside how the how did we talk about situation for my son after this bloody incident? Even I and the entire family, we're constantly terrified. We just felt that we could not go outside anymore. It's very difficult to experience a situation where you think that you are living in a peaceful place. And all of a sudden everything just collapses in front of you. She said I had to his until now my son refuses to go outside the house. And even when I tried to assure him that nothing bad will happen. He still insists on saying. When I go out something bad will happen to me. The audience chanted Nazis out. Generation identity.

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Wilbur Ross Signals More Tariff Pain Ahead in China Trade Battle

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

03:45 min | 3 years ago

Wilbur Ross Signals More Tariff Pain Ahead in China Trade Battle

"Daybreak Asia just gone past seven thirty in, the morning, here in Hong Kong very good morning so all of you I'm, David Ingles and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. World headquarters in New York. We've got the employment report, tomorrow eight thirty p. AM I'm sorry Wall Street. Time special coverage for you here on Bloomberg radio we'll talk more about that coming up cash markets in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul open at the top of the hour. Futures on the K.. Show is maybe one hundred points above where we were in cash yesterday but we had a meltdown in the Chinese currency. During the New York session we'll talk more about that as we continue right now this hour's. Top business stories. And perhaps playing into, that story dot com or secretary Wilbur Ross is signaling more trade pain here. For China unless well unless he. Says Beijing changes that system he. Told Fox News. The administration will make it harder for China. To continue what he called bad practices then it would be too well reform but foreign minister Wani says Taras also hurt American companies The US is trying to put pressure on China but, we don't think such an approach will, work to China is. Ready to talk to anyone who is ready to talk to us including the US. But this kind of dialogue has to, take place on the basis of mutual respect and equality That's repeated it will. Never, surrender to US trade threats well those trade tensions aren't affecting the outlook on China for two money managers. Based here in the US I'm. Talking about Tom Massie. And Nuno for nana's. They oversee the trilogy global advisors the firm has about one point two billion in its emerging. Wealth fund now as messy and Fernandez believed the, most attractive investment opportunities in developing nations remain in Asia is specially China they mentioned two companies in particular one sells luxury spirits the other expensive toothpaste. China is increasing consumption of high end products due to marginally rising wages and government healthcare investments Yeah I kind of know think, what, the toothpaste maker is a fairly expensive. Set myself that's probably. Anyway we'll talk more about that later on let's have a look at Japan. No Nikkei news is saying sharp listen to this. Will, stop making household appliances in Japan so in fiscal twenty nine nine. The conic Japanese company of course. Will end LCD TV production at its Chidi. Plant, in the country and start making refrigerators in Osaka the Nikkei says production. Will move to its haunt high facilities in Thailand and elsewhere Sharp's domestic facilities. Will concentrate on high value electrical. Components apple made history in the, states today stock finished at two seven. Thirty, nine following a strong earnings report in the prior session apple became the first US company with a market. Cap over a trillion dollars other. US tech giant's not. Far behind Amazon alphabet. Microsoft each worth more than eight hundred billion are from that level groups struggling company here said The examining now it's options for its Avalon aircraft leasing unit now we're told firms backed by Hong Kong. Tycoon, Li Ka-shing and Henry Chang has held talks about buying a stake or some of. The company's assets, now Avalon had a book value of. More than seven billion dollars at. The end of last year and. Has potential to be among HANA's biggest disposal stateside it. Was a mixed day for equities. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett the Dow lower s&p NASDAQ higher NASDAQ gaining for a third day is tesla and payments process of. Square jumped after, reporting second-quarter results as for global trade tensions and markets trae Polaski. Is chief investment officer at teepee w investment, management but. I think the risk is here that you.

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"wani" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This ties into a third story Down the road from where I'm in right now. In Indianapolis Indiana. Town called Fisher's. Just north and to the east Of Indianapolis, where a twenty four year old mod l. a. Wani A Syrian man living in Fisher's indicted and charged with four felony counts related to purchasing and possessing firearms unlawfully as well as, lying on federal forms while attempting to purchase another gun He was in, possession of what they describe here. As an AR fifteen, style twenty, three caliber rifle some. Not one hundred percent sure what they mean because sometimes when when. These these guys right stuff they don't know what they're saying and so I always you know take take a, step they're referring to it as a sable armed see twenty three rifle he also answered the door when they came to his home to execute the warrant with a loaded nine millimeter That's how he answered the door here's the real story they. Obtain the search warrants after they determined he had been admitted to the US on a non immigrant tourist visa Now. Adding or he was admitted as. A non immigrant tourist. He wasn't allowed to possess a firearm of. Course not nonimmigrant tourist maybe that's something we should put an end to Maybe we have to? Ask ourselves who who's coming into the country what is the purpose of coming into the country when? When did he come into the country? And when was he, supposed to, leave how, long are. You a tourist before you stop being a tourist and you, start being a resonant what is what is the cutoff there two weeks a month three months six months five years somebody told me somebody. Get back to me with this information. But I, think it was. One of the questions that's going to be asked I think it was one of the, questions that has to be asked is how long was he in the country We know this he attempts to purchase a shotgun here in the Indianapolis area October of two thousand sixteen Well that's two years ago So was he supposed? To leave, and didn't leave which again begs the question of what, is it that we're doing who are? We, allowing in the country Now here's here's what's most? Nuts accord, as he faces a maximum of ten years in prison? If convicted ten years and then what If, he's Syrian if he's from Syria we send them back Syria right I mean, we, do now we we send. Them back to Syria and one of the conversations I personally don't. Accept, is when. People, tell, me I we can't send them back you can't just put them on a plane, and send them back. Yes we can Of course we can. I reject the idea. That is it incumbent upon the United States of America to suffer because other people. Break the law. I don't believe the, citizens of the United States, should? Have to, suffer because other people, break the law this guy why, Syria so horrible he can't go back he's here buying guns illegally in lying, on, forms we don't want him. And the people here of of the United States shouldn't have to. Suffer, with them And then they'll say things like well those nations won't take them back what option Do those. Nations have Who, are they to say they'll take them back why they won't pick them. Up at the airport. Don't worry about it.

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Intelligence chief says he meant no disrespect to Trump

Sean Hannity

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Intelligence chief says he meant no disrespect to Trump

"Gunman surrenders no. Disrespect I'm Barbara Kusak, a gunman surrendered. Peacefully following a three hour long hostage taking at Los Angeles grocery store correspondent Miguel Marquez says it all started after police gave chase as the. Man was suspected of shooting his grandmother and another woman. At a separate location the young, men crashed into a, pole outside this. Trader Joes with a gun in hand starts running in exchanges gunfire with, police that's when somebody inside the trader, Joe's a young woman was hit police followed him in tried to resuscitate her but she, expired, at, the store a word of caution for President Trump, from Iran's president hot Sandra Wani warned Trump about pursuing hostile policies against Iran. State media reports were Awani said this Trump don't play with the lion's tail. This would only lead to regret, as he addressed a gathering of. Iranian diplomats the director of national intelligence says he meant No disrespect, toward, President, Trump with his awkward response to news of a second Trump's summit with Russia's president seeking to control the fallout from an interview. Dan Coats gave an Aspen institute forum coats has some of the press coverage. Mischaracterized his response to breaking news ladder Putin Yeah yeah Okay Says his admittedly awkward response was not meant to criticize the, president and he and the entire intelligence community are committed to supporting the president in ongoing efforts to prevent Russian election meddling Jan Johnson. Washington they knew Brexit chief in Great Britain adopted a get tough attitude with the European. Union he suggested Britain may not. Pay it's. Fifty one billion dollar divorce. Payment if no trade deal with the EU has, reached he, said you can't have one side fulfilling its part of the bargain and the other not I'm Barbara. Kusak I believe that God created you and he also created an abundance, of organic fruits and vegetables to keep you healthy hi I'm Dennis black naturopathic doctor and founder of Texas. SuperFood over thirty years ago I, was diagnosed with stage four cancer and given just months,.

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"wani" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You can catch him as part of the aerial hell wani show podcast now okay i think we've given the fight enough enough talk yes maybe we wanted to give it its proper do because the only thing everybody was talking about last night was that brock listeners showed up and i guess you can take brock added the wwe but you can't take the wwe out of brock yeah yeah i think that that's that's the appropriate way of saying it that'd be brock is always going to be brock i mean look brock and daniel corporate like each other i certainly don't think so in fact right now i think they like each other a whole lot because they're looking across the cage and one another or they're seeing dollar signs you know proc leser daniel corby is good on the bike kobe they won't time professional wrestling fan you guys are the same court at usc two hundred corby shared a story about how brock listener basically reached out to over which was joking about christmas came early dc we're all going to get paid a whole lot of money because they were both going to be on the same car not fighting one another but they were both going to compete all the same night and they were going to make a whole lot of money to do it and now they're going to give against each other so they know what's best for businesses to build up that it'll be a fun build up to the fight but yes it's very it has a feeling of pro wrestling you say that oh brad so would be losing i was wondering if there's going to be a rematch between him and cormier but it seems like if lester is their baby it's meals on the outside waiting to see the winner of cordray and listeners that seemed likely unfortunately yeah i mean skipping meals such as first of all a terrific human bad mean like everybody who watches closely steep she's still an active firefighter cleveland ohio guys making huge pay days in a ufc eddie still reporting for duty as an actor fire fighter in his town so just a really quality guy the longest reigning heavyweight champion of all time knowing that the heavyweight title twice took it and he defended it three times so i mean you can't say enough good things about however he was never the park it'll guy that you'll see typically throws all of its promotional weight behind you know he's just not a trash talker he doesn't give these long interviews where you can sit down and talk to the guy for thirty minutes just blue collar worker and unfortunately if you compare him to a guy like brock got a cup in and sell the fake with the pro pro wrestling flair but he's going to be left out in the cold so i i think that he'll have his weight back this title but it will not be right away one final thing for brennan okamoto espn mma writer and you can catch him as part of the aerial halawani m a show podcast i got the sense from just social media and even talking to you about this that you have gone through great pains to not be the wwe but when breck broch listener does antics like that which really come out of a promo i mean that's for lack of a better term that's what he did last night this has not re it's rub people the wrong way that this is not what you have is about but it does sell so how how do you how do you balance that it's tough to balance it you know.

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"wani" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Academia legal safeguards can prevent this type of fraud from ever happening again you know i don't know that there's really a an easy set of laws or regulations to pass i think what federal prosecutors have done by charging these two people is extremely important they're sending a message not just to elizabeth homes and and to sunnyvale wani but to silicon valley as a whole you know in in the past ten years we've had this gusher of money flowing into the valley and companies in this current boom that still going remaining private for much longer than their predecessors did back in the dot com boom of the nineteen nineties all those companies had gone public and by staying private there's much less transparency and business can remain conducted behind closed doors and and that's created a an environment that's ripe for abuse and excess and wrongdoing and i think you know the us attorney's office in san francisco is saying we are going to make an example of this case to send a strong message this is a shot across the bow of silicon valley that you can't continue to make it until you fake it to the point that you actually commit a fraud like this one especially in reno of medicine question from jenny colgan do you feel sorry for elizabeth homes on any level no i think that this was a massive fraud i think that she truly did defraud investors to the tune of hundreds of millions more than seven hundred million dollars you could argue that some of the early investors weren't really defraud because they invested early and at that point they knew what the odds of failure were and and i think what's much more egregious was her cavalier attitude toward patients she she knew.

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Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes charged with criminal fraud

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes charged with criminal fraud

"That were intended to help ease the dispute over china's trade surplus and china's technology policy federal prosecutors have indicted elizabeth homes on criminal fraud charges for allegedly defrauding investors doctors and patients says the head of the once heralded blood testing startup theranos homes enter chief operating officer ramesh bowl wani are charged with two counts conspiracy to commit wire fraud and nine counts of wire fraud that's according to the us attorney's office for the northern district of california we check your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news kellogg's is recalling honey smacks cereal voluntarily doodo a possible link to a multi state salmonella outbreak mark mayfield would details the cdc since the puffed wheat cereal is a likely source of the upper is seventy three people in thirty one states twenty four people have been hospitalized but so far there have been no deaths the fda's inspecting a facility that manufacturers honey smacks customers are being told.

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"wani" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"All right we'll see wani look i don't wanna keep you you've got things to do but i'm urging everyone to feeding america dot org whatever you can do believe me the thought of kids not having a nutritious meal the thought about women men veterans people the elderly they just they don't have the food they need it doesn't make sense that this is going on i don't get it i still don't get it you guys are doing your everyday xuejuan appreciate thank you and that is you're right i mean that is present party that people don't realize that hunger security exists everywhere i mean are in every county in america it exists it affects everybody that you could think of like you said female head of household or two and a half times more likely to faith hunger showed absolutely are the most vulnerable and even seniors with work their whole life i mean i've read stories about seniors that work their whole life but then the spouse got sick they wipe out all their savings just on medical bills and now they're left with just a small monthly paycheck and they're they're just not making it so there's so many different people that are acted and we can help we can absolutely help help at the national level help at the local level and thank you for what you do to help you wanna via rail director of communication from feeding america go to feeding america dot org and do whatever you can anything you can do i hope you have a beautiful day thanks for calling us we pre she it.

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"wani" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Jeff kunar w r k o the voice of boston wani story aren't sure so cover what it used to so i got into drugs for twice the price sean in new hampshire you're up next go ahead sean hey thanks for taking my call just a quick point the the wall situation give him another means of protecting the technology we have i think we could put our troops take all the all the the air force the the the armed services all the base that we have we put them on the borders and you know the canada border the mexico border our coast coast guard and we utilize we're the most powerful country in on on the on the world and we use that technology radar we have our troops they march they practice marching that's all they do and and basic training so we have our troops marching on the border sean let me let me cut you off right there look you've made your point and i really appreciate it and honestly very good points look i would just say this look i am nationalist and i am in america first conservative i think we have spent way too much money we have overextended ourselves around the world we are protecting almost every country's borders i just want you to think about that and we're not protecting our own we have given out guarantees to every nato country i'm just objectively.

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"wani" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Then these owners allegedly stephen ross and the dolphins spoke out loud about what most understand behind closed doors when he was quoted as saying the players would be required to stand for the national anthem this season then he backtracked said he his statements were misconstrued he said i'm passionate about the cost of social justice and i feel the kneeling is an ineffective tactic that alienates more people than it enlists there was a report from the houston chronicle that texas on a robert mcnair doesn't want his players who have engaged he doesn't want players at all that engage in protests are might likely to going forward they denied that report let mcnair stance on such issues as a parent everyone had an owner's meeting he grumbled that quote we can't have the inmates running the prison end quote let's see odds cut ties with two of the most outspoken players michael bennett and richard sherman kabir nick faldo grievance against the honors colluding to keep him out of the league do you believe that they have colluded to keep him out of the league because i mean i think i think they have i think they have kept him out of the league as a group because they're sick and tired of him frankly with all of his protests in trying to change the world they're sick and tired of it that's that's what they did they got rid of him if it's not true then someone give me one good reason why that guide naveh job no one can even give you a good reason because nobody wants to talk about it at all because it's true they have shafted and screwed that guy cabernet because he's like jim brown is he not like protests he's like outspoken wani's fighting for racial justice and.

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"wani" Discussed on KPAM 860

KPAM 860

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on KPAM 860

"Doddfrank but un here on opposite sides of this legislation that is try new revoke some provisions and doddfrank that have to do with providing some relief what he says for community banks and credit unions smaller banks wani frank says that this is not going to make a serious dent in doddfrank why are you so vehemently opposed to these changes if this were just a bill about community banks i'd be all on board but i oppose this spill because it's not and actually i think barney opposes it as well he said he didn't think it was going to do much damage but well but let's talk about that it takes twenty five of the largest forty banks in america those 25 got more than fifty billion dollars in taxpayer bailouts nobody went to jail and it says let's regulate them as if there were tiny little community banks that couldn't do any damage to the economy now let's be clear a quarter of a trillion dollar bank is not a community bank it's not unusual for democrats to disagree but some are taking issue with the tone you used to disagree with some democrats they were not happy when you sent a fundraising email and in politico anonymous attacks on you i i met great she but here's one blind quote so you want dem's to win in all fifty states and the condition that from north dakota in montana agree with the senior senator from massachusetts on everything all.

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"wani" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To there was some amount of income do we know what what dad was doing a job wise recently now now really recently of course he had been an engineer of we believe with the various defence contractors and that was another question really wanted to get to and um it's the yes know this you've been crazy news conferences one was i mean at the apex of crazy news conferences i'd been an pledge out one going to a couple of questions i wanted to ask wani's did he ever have a clearance because if you're working as an engineer for a contractor there's always a good possibility that you get a security clearance at some level and that opens up all sorts of other doors for conversation i too was the round the cell phone how did the girl get the cell phone how of the girl know how to use the cell phone did the pictures that she showed the deputies were those on the cell phone and we still have yet to get to the bottom of that how to achieve knowhow to call nine one one you know one of the things we heard is that a lot of these kids did not even know what police officers were and we also heard that they've yup for example the seventeen year old that escape from she'd even know what medication was when she when she went in there so all of these things kind of coming together again we're feeling our way through the darkness year and enshrined to really understand what lies behind the next corner and this is a puzzle on like really any i've seen another angle on chasing down today is whether or not this will lead to some sort of reform when it comes to homeschooling and you know one little thing i've on earth than in working on this california tried to institute some form of homeschooling reform i guess was back in two thousand eight and there's a national lobby for home schoolers and they pushed hard against california being able to do this california tried again and that national lobby pushed hard again against any sort of regulation that would at the very least just require state visit or a doctor's visit once a year and so i want to get to the bottom.

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"wani" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on WCTC

"Pounds i managed to lose one hundred and sixty pounds in my earlier wani's now i'm back and now i'm still at three hundred pounds but you know 6'7 so good equate what's your i've i want us that your big inspiration in that because you know you always had you always had a little bit more a little bit more muscle lanya will say and and i always was you know you are always a big inspiration for me and just the way that you are able to use your body physically was really an inspiration so we did a lot of backyard wrestling fairly safe we were print i do not paralyze any of my friends but that was a really big inspiration i actually trained for a couple of months to be a pro wrestler and as soon as i hit the ropes one time i said i am not as strong as mr foley because it's so bad but i have mainly about their rick flair a great great documentary about uh those ropes just terry skid off your they'll also in my case uh nearly i started after my career because i kept you know urinating blood be those hitting it instead of hitting it right under the armpit on the lat i was a a ios six legit six four at the time and it was kind of a small ring and i wasn't i wasn't you know i wasn't adapting to the height and i was hitting it right underneath my ribs right on the kidney every time i was hitting uh the thing and i would go back to college and i was i was in a you know a lot of pain uh and then realize you know there's some things you adapt to writing q uh stay away from and you know i joke in this book uh saint mech that uh you know i took clint eastwood's uh catch phrase from the sec can dirty harry movie magnum magnum forced.

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"wani" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on WCTC

"I managed to lose one hundred and sixty pounds in my earlier wani's law now i'm back still a three hundred pounds but you know of six foot seven so good at what's your i want us that you're a big inspiration in that because you know you always had you always had a little bit more a little bit more muscle your will say and and i always with euros a big inspiration for me and just the way that you are able to use your body physically was really an inspiration so we did a lot of backyard wrestling from fairly safe we were print i do not paralyse any of my friends but that was a really big inspiration i actually train for a couple of months to be a pro wrestler and as soon as i hit the ropes one time i said i am not as strong as mr foley requests it's so bad but i have i mean they did you talk about were rick flair a great great documentary about uh those ropes just terry was scared off your they'll also in my case uh nearly i started i've done in my career because i kept you know urinating blood be those hitting it instead of hitting it right under the armpit on the lat i was a six legit six four at the time and it was kind of a small ring and i wasn't i wasn't you know i wasn't adapting to the height and i was hitting it right underneath my ribs right on the kidney every time i was hitting uh the thing and i would go back to college and i was i was in a you know a lot of pain uh and then realize you know there are some things you adapt to writing q uh stay away from and you know i joke in this book uh saint mc that uh you know i took clint eastwood's uh catch phrase from the second dirty harry movie magnum magnien forced to heart when he said a man's got to know his limitations.

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"wani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If you're in now in november a nineteen year old door dash food delivery worker onto wani right davis was killed on the job after being run over by a backing up dump truck while riding his delivery bike his family has started a gofundme page will link you to help pay for funeral expenses because onto wani had no benefits he had no safety training equipment his family was not eligible for any kind of workers compensation because he was part of the gig economy workers advocates on some state departments of labour are taking a closer look at employees who often work full or parttime but only after signing agreements that free their employers from any responsibility for their safety jessica martinez is co executive director of the national council for occupational safety and health it's also known as cash most states also have a local branch of cash she joins us from san diego jessica welcome thank you so much for having me these are the jobs in which an employee interacts with a client digitally we think of uber or lift you know some of the car services so so what is happening so kosh groups across the country work with some of the most vulnerable worker populations including tam and gig workers workers who work in the gig economy are making money but missing out on other standard benefits of having jobs healthcare primarily but also paid sick leave and workers compensation as well some of the issues is that companies want to meet the demand for flexible labour with minimum employer responsibilities were talking about no social security taxes no health or retirement benefits no severance when employees are laid off it essentially the tinder economy when temperature is done with his or her shift the boss swipes left and claims to have no further obligation well the t you know it works to ways we've talked about this many times before in the program that many of these employees want this they don't want to.

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"wani" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"wani" Discussed on Here & Now

"In november a nineteen year old door dash food delivery worker onto wani right davis was killed on the job after being run over by a backing up dump truck while riding his delivery bike his family has started a gofundme page will link you to help pay for funeral expenses because onto wani had no benefits he had no safety training no quip meant his family was not eligible for any kind of workers compensation because he was part of the gig economy workers advocates on some state departments of labour are taking a closer look at employees who often work full or parttime but only after signing agreements that free their employers from any responsibility for their safety jessica martinez is co executive director of the national council for occupational safety and health it's also known as cash most states also have a local branch of cash she joins us from san diego jessica welcome thank you so much for having me these are the jobs in which an employee interacts with a client digitally we think of lubar or lift you know some of the car services so so what is happening so kosh groups across the country work with some of the most vulnerable worker populations including tamp and gig workers workers who work in the gig economy are making money but missing out on other standard benefits of having jobs healthcare primarily but also paid sick leave and workers compensation as well some of the issues is that companies want to meet the demand for flexible labour with minimum employer responsibilities were talking about no social security taxes no health or retirement benefits no severance when employees are laid off it's essentially the tinder economy when temperature is done with his or her shift the bus swipes left and claims to have no further obligation well the t you know it works to ways we've talked about this many times before in the program that.

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"wani" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"wani" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"We sean had this idea taken this damn bump had to get out of the cage to do it and pat came up with the wadi advance somebody gets hurt inside mad we must get them out and when the doors opened does sylla bass three sees a need that paying in our mouths shut up you undertaker but then he comes he's got nowhere to go it climbs up to the top and undertake a bohm off the gauge so it was it was sean wanting to take the bump and sean wani who sean wanting to do more in he wanted to do it all around the structure the cage so is much as i hated it i loved i love the execution of it um so let's talk about it finally they're both in the cage and after the ref bob the undertaker uses the choke slam off the middle rope at a heart chair shots at the top of the ad and the lights go out and all bear comes out and uh any recreate the call that vince by land house here probably not because i hated it if diet lack that must me oh my god campaign that's carbonite came bob i ranked every day why didn't he lybia what's that why didn't he like that a why i first of all i want to silence i wanted who is that in then i want i just wanted the the ater the mind yes scott became but how do we know that i mean i.

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