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Learn How to Break Away From the Pack & Standout In a Busy Marketplace with Dr. Joel Kahn
"Welcome to healthcare business. Secrets show where we interview industry leaders and break down exactly how they dominated the markets you can live from the best and can w revenue w impact and w time off and this episode was speaking. Joel can joel. Otherwise known as america's healthy hot dog is a graduate of the university of michigan. School of medicine is a clinical professor of medicine at wayne state university school of medicine a frequent lecturer and author on topics of vegan nutrition health heart disease reversal and has written several books about alternative nutrition and hothouse. He's had been a guest and commentator amy. Tv shows podcasts. Magazines m practices at the concept of a cardiac longevity is very unpracticed in michigan. Welcome to the show joe. Thank you so much excited to share with the audience. Yeah so i wanted to kind of give out with some background on you. And and how you got into the space because you've kind of gone down a different role than maybe stanford medicine and things teaches. Unfortunately not because of any time in the in the slammer or any problems with my license in a somewhat thoughtful various er- pigeon Course but i grew up in detroit michigan Talking now from the suburb in detroit michigan attended university in ann arbor. Michigan graduated top of my class medical school. But i knew from about a swallow wanted to be a heart moved to dallas moved to kansas city out and training with the best skills and particularly treating heart attacks with angioplasty instead. You have some wonderfully people from australia. New zealand in the my mentor in kansas city was from all actually a dislike from new zealand allah but when visit i'll be of the difference between the do another very different entry but nineteen ninety way before you were born. I imagine or at least run it. I join back in detroit. Michigan big practice. And i was the guy running a night treating sick people coronary Cardiac cath lab artists. But i was even back then very interested in the other part the About our of health which is prevention nutrition. Lifestyles sleep stress. Nutraceutical supplements the whole thing. Much more light perhaps naturopathy and chiropractic. So i was always reading on my own incorporating little tidbits been using coenzyme q ten of people for thirty years my college or and then i'll percolating along as very happy guy got a chance to look down to. The university mentioned developed a preventive cardiology program. But i knew that there was something else that i really had an energy for something else. I mean that was doing wonderful. Things are day is the same thing every day. When wonderful big over i went back to university in two thousand twelve a whole year doing a university based courses integrative cardiology natural gas and pretty much nutrition thing adnan stunning that for decades. But i didn't know all the nutraceutical isn't about chemistry testing and the epa genetics and the protonix and we can use fancy words. I graduated and of course. I say in traditional practice but i ultimately with some thought took a big breath five years ago and says you know what i've done enough cath lab emergencies. That mouse running three hassles on the weekend alone. A great practice. I one focus on prevention and i looked around the country. I could barely find in the united states preventive cardiology practice. That was not attuned to only prescription. Drugs are printing preventive cardiology practices more precision more prescription. I wanted to about more health lifestyle disease reversal. I gleaned from various people what i could kinda created a model. I left the insurance system. You wanna have a sleepless night. As a physician who's always had a whole room full of baylor's and medicare and blue cross as we call in the united states and others and tell people in the city of detroit that is not beverly hills los angeles by a reasonably prosperous busy city with auto industry. But i don't take insurance. I can't even take your insurance them out of the system and launched in five years ago and yes. There's always challenges. My tears thought that maybe. I did. Have alcohol rounds. Drug problem slices. Is he doing all as they didn't understand. It has been the best decision. I don't think would have been as meaningful if i didn't pay the price. All those years of doing traditional medicine I'm respected because know what heart catheterization angioplasty bypass Medications use them when needed by I'm very much dedicate myself as upstream cardiologists. I'm the salmon trying to go upstream. Everybody else is going the other direction. But there's a lot of people out there and you know. I i'm sure for practice that are looking or a different path. They're just tired and they feel tired too many drugs too. Many ten minute appointments with dr the game now. It's a good nurse or a physician since i've provided alternative of time education a different approach. And it's so gratifying. Amin that i'm sixty one years old. I don't know what the word retires. Because i love what i do day after day today
Many In Flint Question Whether They'll Get Justice For Water Crisis
"According to multiple media reports michigan's former governor and other officials will be charged in relation to the flint water crisis seven years ago despite possible criminal charges. A lot of residents still question. Whether those officials will be held accountable. Michigan radio steve carmody reports. Nearly seven years ago government leaders here push the button that switch the city of flint drinking water source from detroit's water system to the flint river flag. The intent was to save money. The result was a complete disaster treated river water damage to pipes which then released lead and other contaminants into the city's drinking water eighteen months later. The water was switched back but the damage was done. Blood lead levels soared in young children. People were forced to use bottled water for drinking and washing clothes. The city was forced to rip out thousands of old pipes while testifying about the flint water crisis before congress. Four years ago former governor. Rick snyder acknowledged mistakes. State and federal officials failed the families of flint. Snyder was not among the fifteen state and local government officials face criminal charges for their handling of the crisis half of them pled guilty to lesser charges in exchange for no jail time and in two thousand nineteen michigan's new attorney general dropped charges against the remaining defendants citing problems with the original investigation. The investigation seemed over until yesterday when the associated press reported that several former government officials including former governor snyder. We'll be facing new charges. If that happens. Legal experts say it would be difficult case for prosecutors. Peter hammer teaches law at wayne state university in detroit. He says despite possible difficulty getting convictions. It's important to bring charges especially in an era where we're living where people are not being held accountable. This could be an important statement about the significance of the rule of law and that not even the highest public official in the state is going to get off. Scot-free a spokeswoman for former governor. Rick snyder calls the reports of impending charges a public relations smear campaign saying that if brought they would be meritless since during eighteen months of foul-smelling dirty tap water that made them sick flint residents have demanded justice and compensation a us district court. Judge is expected to decide in the coming days if she will give preliminary approval to a massive settlement agreement resolving most of the thousands of outstanding lawsuits last year. The state of michigan announced. It struck a deal with attorneys representing flint residents to pay six hundred million dollars into a settlement fund. A few months later the city of fled a local hospital and an engineering firm agreed to chip in another forty one million dollars. Nearly eighty percent of that money would be set aside for plaintiffs. who were young children or minors. During the crisis they are the ones most at risk for suffering long-term lead related health problems. But growing course of critics say it's not enough a group of flint. Civic and religious leaders led by pastor. John maclean gathered monday outside. The city's water plant to express concern about the settlement. We believe that the proposed settlement curly allocated is just as disrespectful as injury-cause by the water crisis tragedy itself in addition to tens of thousands of residents. There aren't the lawyers lots of them. More than one hundred forty took part in a zoom hearing with the judge last month. This is part of the challenge facing the judge how to divide a large pool of money without leaving some feeling victimized again. Flint's mayor says it's important. His residents have a belief in justice and developments. This week may help with that for npr news. I'm steve carmody in flint.
"wayne state university" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"I'll take you down wayne state university. The team is in there to support her even the additional members of the team. We're in there my colleague. My co worker who decided to come alongside and we were cold laboring together a to prepare the team. That was the english teacher day and we were sitting there. She had approached the podium and she stood there and it was almost like you could see a deer in headlights. And for some of you are. You are jumping into public speaking because you want to conquer your fear a public speaking. Get your job necessitates that you are present or you know that you provide some type of training so this young lady. I saw the anxiety hitting her face. She stood before and it was really probably less than ten people in there but she stood before us or eyes got wide silver dollars a she took off running out the room and not only out the room. She ran all the way down the hallway. We were in fast pursuit of her then. She ran out of the thirty so we finally caught up to her. And i explained to her. Is that when you are at that. Podium you are the professional everyone including the world. We're in this virtual space. The world has turned their ear to hear what you have to say and so there is no right or wrong. There is no good or bad. There's only the moment and you have to start with the number one. They're seven seas as speaker. I'm going down my list of making it easy for people to remember so there are seven seas for these speakers secrets so i bring her back in there and say you approach that because you know that you have that podium with confidence because you have prepared so the number one thing you need as a public speaker you need to establish confidence. Confidence is the byproduct of preparation when you know you have prepared and we always use a athletic comparisons or examples. When you know you take that shot. A million times doesn't matter how large the audience is. It is still the same shot and i say..
"wayne state university" Discussed on WJR 760
"75 Hicks wrote. It's closed due to an earlier accident. All lanes are blocked over I to 75 until further notice. Law enforcement warns This could be a lengthy closure. Avoid the area at this time. WJR weather first from the Weather Channel. Here's your forecast. Cool Northwest flow down across the lakes, picking up some snows from all of the lakes and bringing him our way. Few flurries North side and 36 degrees this afternoon. 25 are low tonight. Warmer tomorrow with the change in wind direction out of the south tomorrow. Sunshine 44 meteorologist Scott Lawrimore, Loose talk 7 60 wjr at Wayne State University. Improving the quality of life at any time in life is what we do best. So if you're ready to make a difference in need to add a degree or finish your degree to do it, there's no better place to be with more than 350 degree programs, flexible scheduling and financially. No one has more ways to make a world class education more affordable, accessible and rewarding. Finish your degree war. You're strong visit weighing dot e d u slash admissions. At the Home Depot. We improve things this holiday season. We've improved black Friday instead of one day of crazy. We've lowered prices now and they'll stay low all season from decorations. Two dishwashers, wreaths to ratchet sense. So sleep in. You're not gonna miss Black Friday, Not one little bit. Black Friday improved the best prices of the year. Already here at the Home Depot. How do is get more done? Us only watched his last see store for details. What could help you take advantage of today's low mortgage rates and save money Rocket can you could save hundreds of dollars every month by refinancing with rocket mortgage at today's near historic low rates. If your current rate is over 4% you could lower your payment by over.
Mysterious 'purple heroin’ linked to overdoses in Michigan
"Poison Center at Wayne State University School of Medicine is warning about a drug that is causing overdoses. The drug Purple heroin is linked overdoses in the upper peninsula as well as one in Van Buren County. The Michigan State Police laboratory tested the drug and found fentanyl and morphine in the drug. Teachers. Researchers say that the drug should respond naloxone and an overdose situation, but research is limited.
"wayne state university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"That you're having with people all around the country all around the country even our kids if you have older kids might be saying things like this that day well this is got to stop yes it does but you must separate the two we agreed it's only when you merge these two together then we have problems now how do we talk about that how do we get our police to be able to talk to somebody when they don't see things the same way except police should not be gunning down or kneeling some book on somebody's neck we agreed on George Floyd so how do we get past all of this let me show you one more piece I want I want to I want to show you the piece of video that I saw yesterday that I thought was unbelievable it comes from Faye Advil the police officers lined up across the street and they were in two or three rows and it looked like they were ready for confrontation and then they took a knee and what happened afterwards was phenomenal watch this video in case you haven't seen it you're watching on the blaze TV after they take many if not most of the protesters taken take some while and you're seeing them trying to figure a way what what's happening here and the leadership of that protest kind of what's in front of them says take it easy take any and what's amazing is the little child leaves somebody who appears to be a child is the first one to go all the way over to the line and shake the hands of the police officer several people approach they may have said something but it's the child that actually is the one that goes all the way to the line first and then more people start coming to the line and they line up just like at the end of any any sports game where the whole shake hands at the end this was miraculous now there is training that is being started now and Wayne State University is starting police de.
"wayne state university" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"They have been they have been and now people are looting and other crimes and now people are wrong that's what it is so this is saying that when a black man I got a doctor something he needed to okay so this is the argument that you're having with people all around the country all around the country even our kids if you have older kids might be saying things like this that Hey well this is got to stop yes it does but you must separate to the to we agreed it's only when you merge these two together that we have problems now how do we talk about that how do we get our police to be able to talk to somebody when they don't see things the same way except police should not be gunning down or kneeling some but on somebody's neck we agreed on George Floyd so how do we get past all of this let me show you one more piece I want I want to I want to show you the piece of video that I saw yesterday that I thought was unbelievable it comes from Faye Advil the police officers lined up across the street and they were in two or three rows and it looked like they were ready for confrontation and then they took a knee and what happened afterwards was phenomenal watch this video in case you haven't seen it you're watching on the place to be the sun after they take many if not most of the protesters taken me take some while and you're seeing them trying to figure a way what what's happening here and the leadership of that protest kind of walks in front of them says take it easy take any then what's amazing is the little child leaves looks somebody who appears to be a child is the first one to go all the way over to the line and shake the hands of the police officer several people approach they may have said something but it's the child that actually is the one that goes all the way to the line first and then more people start coming to the line and they line up just like at the end of any any good sports game where they all shake hands at the end this was miraculous now there is training that is being started now and Wayne State University is starting police de.
Can Taking Zinc Help Shorten Your Cold?
"So we are right in the middle of cold and flu season and Alison as our consumer health aficionado. Let's start with talking about how to reduce the likelihood of getting a cold. Okay there's our shortwave favorite which washing your hands and you know mattie not everybody who gets exposed to cold actually get sick when they've done these studies where they take a rhinovirus and they stick it up people's noses and they see who gets sick and who doesn't they find that people who've slept less than six hours are about twice as likely to get sick when exposed to this cold virus as compared to people who've slept more so sleep is really important High stress has been shown to increase the likelihood and a lack of exercise has also been shown to make you more susceptible. I feel like you just targeted me with the high stress. I am not here to wag my finger at you or anyone else because at a certain point look we all get a cold. Typically adults in the. Us get about two to three colds a year. And when you do get a cold there is something you can do to put yourself out of so much misery. One method people swear by is zinc. That's right it's a mineral found in trace amounts in a lot of the foods that we eat our bodies need zinc to function optimally. In fact it's considered an essential mineral and boosting the amount of zinc. You get during a cold by sucking on zinc. Lozenges is actually shown a bunch of studies to help shorten the length of the common cold but only in certain situations and there are a lot of caveats so today on the show zinc an essential mineral and a cold remedy. We'll talk about when it works and when it doesn't Okay Alison we're talking about zinc and whether or not it helps shorten the length of a cold and there's a story behind that question that starts in the nineteen sixties. Yup that's right that is when a young physician named a Nanda persad studied a group of young Egyptian men who were completely deficient in zinc. Now these young men suffered from stunting. They hadn't grown to a normal height or developed normally in other ways and this is because they had very limited diets. They ate a lot of bread. That was hind phosphate. And that can actually block the absorption of zinc. Now skip ahead. Prasada is now ninety. One years old. He is still an active researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit and. He told me that when he gave these young men zinc. Something really remarkable happened. The grew at the rate of five to six inches in height the first two years so it was. What is a molecule remarkable? Change that occurred after supplementation. When you first documented this what was your you must have been ecstatic. Y- well actually the first patient re gives zinc and his other two couldn't believe it because I thought that the growth phenomena will be shut off after the age of eighteen and nothing will happen to anybody but that was not the case. So does that mean that. We all need to grow right well. We all do need zinc for optimal health. It doesn't work like a growth hormone and here in wealthier nations. It's completely possible to get enough zinc in your regular diet. But back in the nineteen sixties. The role of zinc was not at all understood. I mean people thought persad was crazy for just suggesting that zinc deficiency can do this but he ignored all those people who are skeptics. He just kept pressing on. He became really just kind of obsessed with getting to the bottom of how zinc work in the body. And so after he documented the growth in these young men. He threw himself into further studies. He really laid the groundwork by showing that zinc influences immunity he theorized that zinc works as an anti inflammatory agent and then over the course of a couple of decades persad and other scientists have shown that up to three hundred enzymes requires zinc for their activation or stability of their structure. Right like enzymes that you would even be familiar with like alcohol. Dehydrogenation rolls right up the Tong Yung. But importantly breaks down all that beer and wine. You drink the alcohol right right exactly but keep in mind. It took decades to show this. I mean lots of scientists completely questioned persad findings but eventually in nineteen seventy four. The National Academy of Sciences declared zinc an essential mineral for human health and they established recommended daily intake level. What is that Level Alison? Because now I'm a little worried about my zinc levels. Prepare well public. Health officials say that adult men need about eleven milligrams of zinc per day. Women about eight milligrams so let me help you figure this out. If you ate a three ounce beef chuck rose you'd get about seven milligrams so red meat can be quite high. That's close to a day's amount. A Half Cup of beings will get you about three milligrams. Pumpkin seeds a single ounce provides two point two milligrams so that's a good source and then there are lots of cereal grains that are fortified with zinc. Right that's why I eat a bowl of cereal every night. Eleven PM for my zinc. That's right you are clearly not zinc division. Here's a fun fact. Wasters have more zinc per serving than any other food. They contain seventy four milligrams per three serving. That feels like too much now overall. We shouldn't laugh. I mean overall here in North America overt zinc deficiency is pretty uncommon. But let me get back to the story of Dr Prasada and his discovery is now these zinc guidelines were first put into effect in nineteen seventy four and once. That happened. Persad began to wonder since he knew that zinc had an effect on immunity. Weather's zinc supplements might help to shorten the duration and symptoms of a common cold. And I should say that he kinda came at this from what he had realized back in Egypt. He's seeing that. A lot of these deficient men died early from infections. So his guests was that yes zinc lo and behold probably did play this role and immunity. Now it's known for instance that the body requires zinc to develop an activate t lymphocytes those. They're like protect you viruses and tae exactly that come out to protect you. They're the type of white blood cell. That is a key part of the immune system so this was all kind of in the back of his mind. He wanted to test out. Whether these zinc supplements might help shorten the cold so he collaborated with a scientist fellow. Scientists named Tom Fitzgerald at the University of Michigan. I talked to Fitzgerald and he told me what when Persad I gave him this theory. He was pretty skeptical. Got Admit when I first heard this I I actually told us a research assistant i. I think he's losing it. I was he so skeptical other than just being a scientist right. Exactly you know. I guess he was skeptical. That something as basic as a mineral would be powerful enough on its own to alter immune function which is a good level of skepticism. But he did agree to do the study. They recruited a whole bunch of people in Detroit. Who had colds? They gave them zinc lozenges made by a pharmacist. It was a double blind placebo controlled trials that means that neither the participants nor the researchers knew who was getting the real thing and who was getting the Placebo. And here's what they found long behold when I did in Dallas it indeed did shorten common cold symptoms by about two or three days and I gotTa Admit. I was stunned by that result. Two or three days isn't nothing now not at all when you think about. How many lost work and schooldays there are just because of cold symptoms that significant absolutely and then several other studies have confirmed these findings. I talked to another scientist. His name is Harry. Pamela of the University of Helsinki in Finland he published a sort of Meta analysis that reviewed a bunch of the studies and says bottom line here is low doses of zinc lozenges. Don't work you gotTa take about eighty to ninety milligrams a day of zinc at the onset of a cold that has been shown to help shorten it and he says he now uses zinc when he the cold coming on himself though. I'm also encouraging my patients to try zinc but Usually I am encouraging only if the common cold has been lost in for a day or something like that so he saying only within the first day that's right because if you don't catch it at the beginning you can't really halt the progression. It doesn't work okay so if you're taking zinc at the beginning of a cold it has to be within the first twenty four hours. That's what the studies have shown. Okay but here is another caveat and it's a pretty big one if you go to the drugstore right now and you find a zinc product. A lot of what you'll find are these multi ingredient products with a whole bunch of other ingredients. You've probably never heard of before. Be Aware that a lot of ingredients can undercut the effectiveness for instance. Some of them contain citric acid which actually binds with the zinc and makes it completely ineffective. So you're basically saying you've got to take it early. You've got to take at least eighty to ninety milligrams and avoid stuff with citric acid. That's right and as the consumer health reporter here I want to be able to say. Go out and buy this product. Unfortunately I can't do that because the lozenges used in the clinical trial. Those are not commercially available. And here's the deal. A LOTTA TIMES MANUFACTURERS CHANGE THEIR INGREDIENTS. They changed dosing. It's hard to make a solid recommendation about a product. Just basically have to do your homework. You gotta be aware that you need certain dose and that you don't want all these other ingredients think it's more what you can feel assured of is that there's science behind the idea that yes zinc can help shorten a cold. Would you be comfortable saying? Hey go out there and eat a couple of years. You know if you're seafood lover absolutely go. Enjoy some wasters. I can't tell you whether or not they're an aphrodisiac but I can tell you. They've got plenty of zinc
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Up to forty eight to go you'll see the warriors basketball I mean it's prod of our student athletes to class last semester the student athletes at Wayne State University continue to excel in the classroom a total of forty three student athletes had a four point oh term GPA and seventy four percent of wire soon athletes had above a three point out the athletic department both federal graduation rate of seventy eight percent additionally ten warrior teams made it to the NC double a post season last year and over the past eight years WSU student athletes have completed over eighty thousand community service hours go warriors back to midtown Detroit and the campus of Wayne State University for more warrior basketball control forty four and Mike had a lot of good conversations there was a lot of all the whole thing the six of a full but getting back to the game here now where the this is the point of the game were they made the wrong against produce over yeah both the being over but what the words of posted on his last record no big thing is taking care of the ball you know treat every position that as if it's important right now you know you can't have any open shots offense of rebounds according to the little things right now in order to close this game of Brandon Allen this is the three for the rates tablet the remaining a file for me and all that on the other end she wanted one thousand was twelve point then you mention the balance earlier brilliantly as only one in Tokyo Marshall with fourteen thousand or twelve and Jordan with ten four players in double figures really it's enough for lawyers and three Murray has not scored in this game tell what makes the free throw one away from his career high of forty a little earlier this year in.
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The years no more fool dreams the three at the buzzer in the first the team lead to make it forty one thirty we'll take a break show the moment we the basketball the patriot the way the state athletic department is proud of our student athletes to class last semester the student athletes at Wayne State University continue to excel in the classroom a total of forty three student athletes had a four point oh term GPA and seventy four percent of wire soon athletes had above a three point out the athletic department boasts a federal graduation rate of seventy eight percent additionally ten warrior teams made it to the NC double a post season last year and over the past eight years WSU student athletes have completed over eighty thousand community service hours go warriors it's halftime for your wedding day what this is the first that good first ten minutes of the first after weeks the deluxe sixty to seven early but read really explodes from their point the Lakers lead at forty one thirty at halftime we stayed in that shooting thirty six point four percent for the field the first at four ten for nearly are in two or three from the free throw line green valley fourteen to twenty eight total for the field the percent five nine for me and the fifty five point six percent in eight or nine at the free throw line eighty eight point nine percent green valley out rebounds we'd state twenty one to fifteen in the first half of the lawyers led by Antonio marshalling creamery within points apiece it has five years Gordon is three and Braylon nearly with two for the lawyers worried rally where led by eyes again for the first ten points the Lumix at six seven the girl with the inmate Manson later with two for a total of forty one.
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of our student athletes to class last semester the student athletes at Wayne State University continue to excel in the classroom a total of forty three student athletes had a four point oh term GPA and seventy four percent of wire soon athletes had above a three point out the athletic department does that badger graduation rate of seventy eight percent additionally ten warrior teams made it to the NC double a post season last year and over the past eight years WSU student athletes have completed over eighty thousand community service hours go warriors through Michigan the lawyers on the men's side fall from eighty to sixty eight on the women's side the lawyers four six in and a fifty five we are joined by Jeff Weiss to kill some time here before we go off the air at nine thirty and Jeff first of all your pressures of the men's game we just saw you know what a what a performance for common role we've seen him burn us before the forty six in the tournament a couple years ago we haven't seen him since but he was back with a vengeance or if you can't tell that Mister tech definitely missed his offense adjusters presence on the court I mean the only bad play paid all that was trying to do that behind the back pass a coach looks at it for that so but I mean would you shoot sixty five percent from the field he did I mean obviously if you look at it both teams made seventy two pointers in the game but the difference in thirteen free throws so that's all a wash so the biggest differences eleven triples for the Huskies compared to seven for Wayne state obviously.
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Wayne State University sports go warriors the patriot FM one a one point five AM fourteen hundred Hey Troy the Salem media group on the nasdaq as SA L. M. they do Wayne State University with FM one a one point five and eighty on fourteen hundred the patriots proudly present Wayne State warrior basketball let's go court side with Kevin Brett marker and begin the countdown to tip off the deal here on the campus of the university a little over the ball on the patriot is the lawyers will to get over five hundred really the two thousand eighteen two thousand twenty campaign is the ticket little Lewis wires hanging everybody I'm Kevin broke my leg to join this afternoon from Romeoville Illinois Lewis university were about a half hour southwest of downtown Chicago and before I set up the best will broadcast what do the show about the.
Motown's First Lady Claudette Robinson
"I'm Johnny Hansen Junior and welcome to another edition of and Black America on this week's program motown sixty years of Hicksville the USA with cloud at a net Robinson founding member of smokey Robinson and the Miracles Kim black uh-huh. I just couldn't get in the gross helps eight needs today. Everybody everybody gets real excited when I say Berry Gordy but he wasn't as well known at that time but smokey actually knew who he was because smokey you look at the hit parade magazine that was out in that magazine actually had Lee had the lyrics listed of the song as well as the song writer or writers and he has seen Mr Gordie's name down there so he was oh boy. You know I'm getting opportunity to see this famous guy well. I must admit admit I had never heard of Mr. I guess really sheltered or something and I've thought who is is because smoking was so excited he he was like oh so at the end of that. Mr Gordy said he'd like to work with us on February nineteenth nineteen fifty eight miracle. I I single gotTa job was released in nineteen sixty. The song shop around became motown's first million seller that same year Motown L. Founder Berry GORDY stored on Claudette Robinson the official title of quote First Lady of motown into quote born Claudette Rogers in New Orleans. She was bright and adventurous like many contemporary. She developed her talent in the sanctuary. The family moved to Detroit Royd was she excelled academically with honors and graduated from Commerce High School at the age of fifteen. She attended Wayne State University through a sophomore year here. Before joining the Marine Corps reserves the miracles career has spanned more than five decades group has so more than sixty million records in two thousand nine commemorating their golden anniversary in the entertainment industry the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on Miracles with a star on the Hollywood boulevard walk walk of fame as motown founder Berry Gordy stood at the podium. He's saying we quote without two miracles. There will be no motown and of quote. Ah Recently Robinson was in Austin Texas to participate in the summit on race in America and the opening of the Grammy Museum's new exhibit motown the sound L. of young America Roberson said down with them Black America for this exclusive interview born in New Orleans. You all moved to Detroit. Actually I moved to Detroit. When I was eight years old? I was living with my grandmother at the time and she passed away and my mom came for me because I was actually living doing with my grandmother at the time and we moved to Detroit on the west side of Detroit us now going back in the day in Detroit. Well you know when your kid everything is wonderful and amazing first of all I saw snow for the first time and it was a lot of fun you know because now I was with my brother I had two older step sisters and my stepsisters would take me like like to the Tigers Games 'cause one. She was just so fascinated and excited until she took me with her. All the time. I think that was one of the ways that she could get out because I don't think she was supposed to be dating so she took me as the excuse you know put the miracles together well. The miracles came together or my brother had a group which consisted of smokey Bobby Ronnie and Pete and the guys had a group firstly we the chimes chimes five times and they became the matadors will when my brother was a matador I actually formed a group of five girls and that group was matador aretz prior to that when my brother was an orchid I had a group called the orchestra so whatever you did I kinda followed his is legal. My brother decided nothing was happening with the show business stuff so he decided to join the army as a result the guys used to always practice in in our basement to rehearse in all of that so I heard all the songs and after my brother was gone a great audition came an opportunity for an audition in came about and it was absolutely fascinating you know and that maybe you get an opportunity to be able to record and as a result smokey asked me would I go to the audition with them as their fifth member and I said yes and that the idea and when we got there and rehearsed the gentleman that was auditioning us. I'm sorry I don't like I don't really like the group he didn't see say it just like that but it meant that what he wanted actually at that time he wanted smokey and I'd be like a dual and the duo would have been just he and I see and forgetting the guys Mickey and Sylvia were real popular at the time and so therefore that's what they wanted that's so he wanted will of course we weren't GonNa leave the guys of course I was knew I wasn't really a part of their group yet and we we just kind of you know the guys especially. We're so so very very disappointed because they thought this was their one opportunity. They're going to get a recording contract. Well there was a gentleman walking around and that gentleman said do you have any more of those songs and smokey spoke up and he said yes he said how many said one hundred rid so we said well. Can I hear some of those so when the piano and we started singing and performing not very much performing mainly he just singing and re. I'm laughing because I actually was in my United States. Marine Corps a uniform. I was in the reserves reserves and I was you know it was that time of the day so it was coming from our basic practice and went to the audition and you know after all that happened and then this gentleman asking us to sing he listened very very patiently very repatirated. Every song has to have a beginning a middle and end so that you know how to write property can't be all over over the place and because we went to the audition singing five original songs and after that occurred you know when we saying the gentleman introduces himself and he said my name is Berry Gordy today. Everybody gets real excited when I say AH Berry Gordy but he wasn't as well known at that time but smoke he actually knew who he was because smoking you look at the hit parade magazine Zine that was out in that magazine actually had had the lyrics listed of the song as well as the song writer or writers and and he has seen Mr Gordie's name down there so he was like Oh boy you know I'm getting an opportunity to see this famous guy I must i I had never heard of Mr. I guess really sheltered or something and I thought who is because smokey was so excited excited. He was like Oh so at the end of that. Mister Gordy said he'd like to work with us so I was you know I'm new to the group so I I don't know include me or not and as as we kept talking to him then I found out later more about him and and his family is family was really well recognized around Detroit. You know they had so many entrepreneurship businesses. They had a a printing company. They had a record company. They had yes. They have construction. They also so had Mrs Gordy senior was well into the insurance business so they were really really entrepreneurs long before leaving her. Yes yes and there were eight children. Mr Gordon being a child number seven which always that's that's a pretty lucky number so we started working with him. Of course this year is that particular year was nineteen fifty seven so Mr Gordon was saying that we needed record so our first record that was released was February nineteenth nineteen fifty eight which coincidentally is bobby and smokey's birthdays and you know same same day same year same everything same hospital as well as they actually found out later an hour apart and they met fourteen years later uh well as story went on this is now nineteen fifty eight but there is no motown yet that had not occurred and and when we see that magnificent wonderful royalty check three dollars a nineteenth since it was like Oh my God you know. Is this this this what happens with showbusiness how you ever GonNa make are you going to ever have a home or an apartment or any of the above and smokey suggested to Mr Gordy that you know maybe you should have your own record company because we certainly could not do any worse yeah and that was kind of like the start a we had had prior to that a two record deal with the record label which was our I song gotTa Job can then after that we had a two record deal with chess records of and the thing is I don't recall with the royalty check was from wound gigantic. No no it was never gigantic. Unfortunately well well as as time you know went by motown itself which is now sixty years was started January twelfth nineteen nineteen fifty nine and would made that something remarkable as far as having a company Mr Gordon Gordon what had not only have thought that we should definitely have our own record our own whatever and and so the song for that became we recorded Chaperon my mother call she said Eh on you growing up now pretty soon new take awry and then she said
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"Business at Wayne State University he says this puts the UAW in a very delicate position significantly if perhaps raises doubts among the membership the rank and file about the integrity of the leadership current contracts between the union and Detroit automakers are set to expire in mid September for NPR news I'm serwis work in Detroit this is NPR news from Washington an international organization known as the cluster munition coalition says Syria is using cluster bombs with indirect help from Russia Lisa schline reports the coalition says it has evidence Syria has been using cluster munitions in it where it's fighting to retake the province from rebels the activists don't accuse Russia of direct involvement in these attacks but it says the cluster munitions have been produced by the former Soviet Union and Russia and that Russia is leading Syria use its air bases to load these weapons onto its planes Yemen's government is blaming the United Arab Emirates for air strikes that killed at least thirty troops heading to Aiden to fight separatist backed by the UAE Italy's former premier says he's accepted a challenge from the country's president to form a new government NPR Sylvia put Jolie has more a year ago Jews at the counter was an unknown lawyer when he was picked to be prime minister by the leaders of the populace five star movement and hard right league party commentators often dismissed him as the deputy of his two deputies but today calmed is being hailed as a national savior after he was tapped to form a new coalition joining the populist five stars with the center left Democrats Clinton now faces the daunting task of forming a cabinet with ministers from two parties that were sworn enemies until yesterday DOW futures are up two hundred fifty points this morning I'm David Mattingly in Washington today I'm pressed play many more recorded her first single at fourteen by fifteen she was touring the country with in saying now at thirty five she plays the matriarch in NBC's highest rated drama this is us it's such a cathartic experience to sort of hate this amalgamation of everything that I've kind of lived over the last ten years and put it all in there I Madeline brand many more on the first Emmy nomination Bryan Adams and making music again today in a press play on KCRW.
Details emerge on "really smart guy" who aced tests in college scam
"So let's talk about operation varsity blues that is this this this cheating scandal case that has drawn a ton of attention. And I think for all the right reasons because this is a horrible thing to have happen in our society. When you've got a lot of deserving kids deserving based on merit being denied admission to some of the top universities because. Rich people coming in and trying to buy access for their kids. So you know, that the guy who ran this operation, the main guy with this operation was a character by the name of singer singer. But what's really interesting is the person who was tasked with taking the tests or grading the tests or proctoring the tests for the kids so that they could get their ACT and SAT numbers up. He's a guy by the name of Mark Redel? All right. So singer is the guy who ran the operation Mark, rebel or right? L is the college entrance exam counselor. Who is the main focus of the cheating on the tests component or the tweaking of the tests. So, you know, the consultant is William Rick singer. He pled guilty Tuesday in federal court in Boston to helping students cheat on their standardized tests, but the brains behind the operation was this guy rebel thirty six years old. He was supposed to be in court today in Boston. And he was the one actually filling in the bubbles. For the progeny of the actresses, and the lawyers the businesses the children of privilege rebel is a kind of an interesting guy because he's smart, and he had a lot of opportunity, and he kind of comes from a decent background. And why this guy would decide he wants to start cheating mean other than the obvious getting paid is beyond me, but rebel right L, rebel. We'll just say rebel has been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud as well as conspiracy to commit money laundering. He's been cooperating with the investigation since February. He's actually hoping to get some leniency when all this is put debt in a statement emailed Buyoya to the Washington Post rebel apologize says he's taken full responsibility for his actions. I wanna communicate to everyone. I'm profoundly sorry for the damage. I have done and the grief I have caused those. As a result of my needless actions. I understand how my actions contributed to a loss of trust in the college admission. Nhs process. Meanwhile, as you might imagine he has been suspended indefinitely. From his job as director of college entrance exam preparation. IMG g academy a private sports academy preparatory school in Bradenton Florida that he would be suspended from that job. While this stuff is going on. He's also an alumnus of the academy this academy that he was a part of had trained hundreds of Olympic and professional athletes tuition, by the way. Seventy seven thousand dollars a year. If you live there and go to school sixty one thousand dollars a year if you just go to the school as a day student. From there. Redel the guy who has taken the test went on to Harvard University where he dazzled as an NC two A division, one tennis player and by all accounts. He really was a tennis player. He really did play tennis for Harvard. It wasn't the scam in the flimflam. He was raised in Sarasota, Florida. He was named the tennis player of the year in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine by the Herald Tribune, his hometown newspapers father is a prominent real estate lawyer in the area with degrees from Michigan state and Wayne State university of in Detroit. A woman who answered the phone at the number listed for his parents threatened to call the cops and hung up when we asked her questions. This is the Washington Post. He began his job as IMG's exam. Prep director in oh six and lives in palmetto Florida, just outside Sarasota records show. He married a college classmate and helps direct the local Harvard club of Sarasota, he has been given or he has given modest sums to local candidates. But otherwise, he's. Remains remote from high profile debates and scandals by all accounts, lives, a quality a quiet life seemingly at odds with the brazen. Acts of fraud of which he now stands accused. What should be noted? According to the Washington Post is this man rebel had no inside access at the exam companies that the parents implicated in the scheme so badly wanted to beat what he had was a Harvard degree and a good set of test taking skills. Andrew Lang the US attorney for the district of Massachusetts offered this assessment of rebels utility quote. He was just a really smart guy. He did not have inside information about the correct answers. He was just smart enough to get a near perfect score on demand or even to calibrate to score. So it didn't draw too much attention. I just need fifteen points. Get me fifteen extra points. Get me twenty extra points. That's what he was able to do. According to the indictment singer flu rebel to Houston. In different locations in California where the self-described quote master coach had bribed test administrators for their cooperation and paid the Harvard. Grad ten thousand dollars for each student whose testy either corrected or completed entirely by himself. Let me just say parenthetically. It's ten thousand dollars is nice. Nice money. How many people got busted in this in this game? Do you remember? Was like fifty. So let's say he made ten thousand. Let's say he did fifty tests any ten thousand test five hundred thousand dollars. But is that are you gonna race your entire life over a half a million bucks? When you clearly he's got skills. Sometimes the students believe they were taking the tests for themselves other times rebel actively helped him on the exam in the fall of two thousand fifteen a thirties said he sat side by side with a student as she completed her SAT in Belmont, California, providing her with answers and later gloated about getting away with cheating that was the young girl. I told you about that was in the newspaper. Authorities said in the summer of twenty eighteen he completed the ACT in Houston hotel room for the son of Jane Buckingham. The chief executive of a boutique marketing firm in Houston. I believe her book. If you look it up Jane Buckingham is her book is entitled how to get out of sticky situations. Singer boasted that rebel was his best test taker according to the indictment he could quote nail a score. He's that good. That's that's who this. This guy is the US attorney leveling echoed the assessment when he addressed reporters on Tuesday explaining how singer would discuss with parents their child's target score which had to be good. But had to allude suspicion. See can't cope from like zero to a fourteen hundred you've got to kind of work your way up. He then would direct rebel attempt to hit that exact score that they were looking for his page on the IMG academy website was removed on Tuesday a cash. Eight version includes the boarding schools account of his duties and credentials. He was a coordinator and leader of the college entrance exam prep. So he's obviously steeped in entrance exams and the college exams, so he's probably taking these tests on the side for fun. Okay. That's a b squared. Okay. That's three. Okay. That's see. Okay. That's. There's only going to be like a universe of questions. I mean, probably some of them are very familiar, and if he's taking all these tests, he's probably just getting better and better taking the same darn task course over and over again. Imagine. If like, he's just will be interesting if he just had a massive change of heart starts to out these kids bloom. What do you mean only got three hundred? I'm never gonna get it. Now. I'm going to venture now rebels page. So it says that he was basically in the test. Yeah. I think I'm gonna taverna tank out all your tests. So is the coordinator and leader of the college entrance exam. Prep was responsible for the schools, test prep curriculum and recruited tutors to fill the growing need for additional one on one tutoring. Which allowed the students to have private learning opportunities and customize their educational experience. John I'm going to see if any of them want to come and hang with you. All right. Maybe put us we're delta school. Explain assisted thousands of students in gaining admission to top American universities, like Stanford Duke Columbia, Dartmouth university of Chicago and many other notable
"wayne state university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For years against US accusations of espionage and Bank fraud, and even criminal charges for alleged theft of trade secrets China's biggest smartphone maker is suing the US government for barring its equipment from certain networks while its finance. Chief is suing Canada's government for allegedly violating her constitutional rights. Joining me is Peter handing a professor at Wayne State university law school, Peter tell us about while ways claims against this statute, one of the claims appears to be that the legislation that prevents the government from purchasing equipment from wall way. And another companies E T E is what they're going to call a Bill of attained which is not something that many people are familiar with. But in the constitution. It says that congress can't pass a law that designates an individual as a criminal. Without their having gone through a full-scale criminal trial and criminal prosecution. So what they're going to try to claim is that the legislation is in fact, an unconstitutional Bill of attained at a very hard argument to win. But certainly something that they can try in an effort to slow down the federal government another front for awhile way is a lawsuit in Canada by wall as finance minister for allegedly trampling, her constitutional rights. Well, it's an interesting claim that their chief financial officer has made she's claiming that when she was first detained by the Canadian authorities that they got her to give her passwords for cell phones and an ipad and only later today. Explain that. In fact, she was being detained at the request of the United States government. So they're trying to raise an issue here that the way the Canadian authorities acted was in. Improper and therefore that taints the entire extradition process, and she should not be sent to the United States to face the criminal indictment. That was returned in Brooklyn and unsealed back in January that seems like a very technical argument end aren't in almost all cases of extradition to the United States honored by Canada. Usually, they are and certainly the key issue. In extradition is what's called dual criminality does each country designate certain conduct as a criminal violation. Usually, you don't look at the procedures that the police followed. But if she's raising a constitutional claim under the Canadian constitution and says her rights were violated that could have some impact on how the Canadian court and ultimately the Canadian Justice ministry deter. Women's whether to extradite her to the United States either. Let's talk about the cases pending against why it pleaded not guilty to charges of trade secret theft in Seattle. It will be arraigned on March fourteenth on fraud and sanctions charges in Brooklyn. Tell us a little bit about those two cases. Well, the Seattle case is coming out of a case that T mobile had filed essentially claiming that wa- way sent spies in to steal the plans for a robot that t mobile us in order to figure out whether cellphones were having issues that one is a fairly straightforward trade secrets case. The Brooklyn case is probably the greater threat to wall way because it's alleging Bank fraud and a series of false statements by what the government claims was still an active subsidiary of way, that was dealing. With Iranian companies. And of course, that's in violation of the American economic sanctions law, but also to that while we convinced banks to do transactions with the Iranian companies and lied to the banks. And of course, Bank fraud is a very serious offense for the CFO. It could be punishable by up to thirty years in prison now unlikely anyone would get that. But that's a very serious crime in one certainly the federal government, the Justice department views as a significant violation how much are these prosecutions of? Wow. Way about the US concern about five G, wireless technology and Weiwei's place in the development of that. Well, certainly the legislation that was passed. It's really designed to keep wall way out of the United States market. And of course, it's products have been appealing because they are at a fairly low price. Price in. So telecommunications companies go usually with the lowest bidder, but this is truly an effort to keep wall weighs equipment out of the United States because of concern that somehow the Chinese government will be able to use it for spying purposes. If y always found guilty in Brooklyn, what kind of penalties could the company face, a serious, forfeiture penalties. And indeed there is the chance that the government would try to take all of its US subsidiaries assets as part of an asset forfeiture because the dollar figures that are involved here with the Iranian trading are quite substantial. Thanks, peter. That's Peter Henning of Wayne State university law school coming up on Bloomberg law. Why the chief Justice keeps joining the courts liberals on June Grosso. This is Bloomberg. Why is.
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I'm telling you wanna be a part of a movement to create generational wealth man to create intergenerational wealth, and to do it in a way that makes sense. I mean, the only way for us to build wealth of for people to have stability. You know, and for us to control our destiny is for us to have our own the keep our own do our own. And and that's what we are building towards June twenty-seventh at six pm. You can invest as much as you want in the second store that we have. But I'm suggesting that people invest at least a thousand dollars, and I'm also investing. I mean, you could bring five, but at least a thousand and if you can't do it by yourself put a group together come on in. Let's get this sector. And then at that meeting at six o'clock after we talk about the store and moved to our meeting at seven PM. We're gonna talk about this gas station does a gestational on six months Southfield that we wanna buy look all we need is a thousand people to bring fifteen hundred one point five million. We bought a gas station outright debt free. Bam, and we'd do something that's never really been done in a long time. That is what that is take control take back of our community and show Father's Day. Like, we're talking about dads, and we honor the dead, you know, thank God for the dads. And I mean, we've got some super dad's data to get it done doing it every day, you know, and this doesn't discount mama auntie or cousin. But we gotta thank God for the Desmond. I thank God for my pops. You know, when my mother died dad was there. He's still. There. You know, I call my dad right now, he's there, and if it in strongmen strongman of all colors, all creeds all racist. Look, some some some of the most important man in my life were in the Wayne State university philosophy department in hated my guts, but they made me intellectual man, you understand what I'm saying..
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"By four seventy four seventy buckle up folks time again at the math is exciting in heartbreaking times doors could turn around as we turn the page. The February when we come back. You're listening to Wayne State basketball, nearly one out of every four judges in Michigan went to law school at the same university. All rise. It's the same university who school of business administration prepares nearly half of the African American CPA's in the state looks like you'll be getting refund from the schools of Wayne State university training more professionals in Michigan for Michigan. Wayne State university a world class education in the real world. I'll tell you. What is we come back here to the Matha waves day by four degrees? Grand valley Davenport up seventy six fifty five at number seven ranked ashlin. With four minutes to go in that game. We're going to win that one barring a monumental collapse. The report credit. I don't like him for a number of reasons the first one being the causes the new this gave tonight instead of last night. Second reason is every time I go over there to broadcast the game and never have an open space for me. The third time is there I don't like him anyway. But I'll tell you what I give them credit. That's going to be the winner of the year right now in the gliac at Ashley on a Friday night. And they'll come in tomorrow at their that's pretty high after that one. But a quick turnaround for him. About three hour ride up here to first free throw by Greece is good. Seventy four seventy one. Got to miss a free throw some point here is six for six on the evening. Wayne State syllabus fifty percents shooting in the next twenty seven fifty pudding tennis sixteen from downtown. Continue to struggle from the foul. And makes the second one is well has got eleven points help checkout as rock back in seventy four seventy two. Well, Mike Lewis wastage has got to keep scoring here. I want to be eighty five win this game. Didn't think that was going to be the case for I said the outside of the broadcast. I wanna sixty might win. What was I wrong? Stolen that two three zone. Henderson hasn't left baseline looking to attack. Tried to find out. What's in the corner? Ball out of bounds off owes Williams. Willie Wayne State ball thirteen to shoot. Whites in front of the they bench gets it into Korean Davis up. Top back the Kareem Murray nine to shoot back now once white open three and a quarter website is no good rebound fought for still lose probably picked up by Williams. Three three nine left. Grand? Valley's got down to the ball. Do that time of the warriors. The find an open on white in the left corner for shots you want. Yup. Good. Knock it in. Here is Ferguson fifteen the shoe still has a dribble free throw wines. That side. Short. Rebound is loose picked up by L is white. Three fifteen to go away states got up to. Dairy looking for a stream dribbles to the elbow left. Side jump shot is no good rebound is picked up by Tim Hillary gets knocked down. No call. I'll talk to and a fresh thirty for way, stay with three minutes to play here at the math, five seventy four seventy two warriors. Glenn davis. Right side, where that attack attacking land going to the basket. No foul called off of brand belly out of bounds. They didn't reset the shot clock. I thought that ball hit the bottom of the rim. But maybe not sixty shoots still for winning. Comcast no replay Comcast's. Well, that's a good thing. No report here our for Comcast as well during football season. It's good to have no replay. Like that tonight won't be any six minutes. Delays at the end of the game tonight for no reason. Whopping up some sweat on the court to fifty one to go. Both teams still have to ten remaining wave state. In the double bonus green valley. The single bonus as they like to say now. Variance got left side on the dribble. Shoot bounce pass up top six to shoot latte. Bush. Six threes. Twenty three points seventy seven seventy two way state. Offense coming up. Really? As I say, a little frustrated push off right there. The ball back to the warriors with two twenty six to go. Actually, call it on walk away from the ball. Well, now the warriors Michael Lewis again, she is the closest one I love five two and a half to go. Then the situation have not been able to finish. In a great spot to finish. This one got no skyscrapers special. It's coming off a felon wage slavery street, unfortunately, that's four on Dzhavadav. He's got to be very careful right now, especially on the defensive end. To fifteen ago. Seventy seven seventy two warriors by five. The tuber going back out there for grand valley HALE has the the back court. Dreamer. You're going to pick him up. Right over the time. Hale's men a bit quiet here. The past ten minutes, I expect to see him try and go and attack here agree. Coming up on wage Hughley. Tripped up Greece and going to the basket in Greece is gonna shoot one in one here for grand valley, duly picks up his third. And I'll say it again, Greece has got a lot of points in seventy seven from the foul line. This the front end here is due to miss one. To afford ago, Greece this you wonder one eighty percent shoot around the year. Dr pulled down the rebound for wage State Warriors, two minutes to go up by five. Off the Korean Wayne State run some blackout out here. Good decision up by five points. Now. A buck forty five to go Jerry has a dribble side of the key. Still has trouble trying to shake off hail theory and over to Davis four to shoot lad stuff back through the hand of the space. Davis. Forty six boys eighty seventy two. Boyer leave Ferguson the other way one twenty four to go. Ferguson driving out. The hail hail. Three left side is no good rebound is loose and MAC back into the back court by grand valley at first has got the big stop right here. Stop by be the game. Ferguson three pointers Keno. Good greeson. Got the rebound. Got a foul coming up my way instead of the rebound. I think it's Murray and Greece it'll shoot one again Kareem picks up his second foul how.
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"Course, my network, Casey Kasem, very friendly crackling voice style is taking him to the top of his profession. We're going to talk with Casey in just a second. Also, let me introduce his wife actress genie Kasem she too is an American success story. Actress poet entrepreneur or modeling career took off on the island of Guam where she took most of her formal school education, her first movie appearance was Ghostbusters with Sigourney Weaver, and Dan ackroyd entertainment, executive Brandon tartikoff was responsible for adding or permanently to the cast of the TV sitcom cheers. And she is now the chief designer and CEO of the little miss liberty round crip company. She makes her home in Beller, California. And of course, Mary radio and television icon, Casey Kasem, both of you, Casey, welcome to the show, Georgia. I'm leaving. I'm gonna quit while I'm ahead. Oh, no. I've been trying to get you here for Jeannie. How are you? Hi, george. My pleasure to see both of you. And you know, this is a special treat not only for coast to coast listeners. But for me, 'cause I you know, I hate to use the phrase, I grew up listening to you because you're almost as young as me. You know, we were both born in Detroit. Right. You went to Wayne State university. I went to the university of Detroit, we're both of Lebanese background, right? I mean, it's really. For me. This is a special moment to be in the same studio with you. Well, I feel the same about you. We played baseball. I'd feel like Babe Ruth was sitting here. Can you believe that? That's that's I humbly accept it. Any it'll latest this hour, we're going to have you do a voice or two of someone else that you are in in in. You've been in a cartoon show. A lot of people don't understand you've been everywhere. You gotta tell me how did you start in the business? I was lucky enough in Detroit to audition for the lone ranger radio show, and I got the part and started working regularly. And then I was drafted and went to. Could not Korea. But. Yes Korea that was a long long long time ago, and then came back and from there where where I was. I created a production house, and we did dramatic shows. And sitcom why we in the in the service. And so I was able to continue my my career. And then I came back and got into radio as it is Jackie. And that's that's that's history. When I first got married a long time ago. I was scrambling kid right out of high school. I had married my high school sweetheart, and she's the mother for my three children, and I used to remember sitting with her in my old mercury car that my dad had handed down to me listening to you with your dedications in the songs. It was just it was marvelous. And I think I wrote you a letter once I'm not sure it ever got to you. But you know, you were instrumental in a lot of things that I did in my life both professionally and personally, really. Yeah. You helped form a foundation in me. That, you know, I'm not going to talk about tonight because this is your hour. But I mean, you very special to me. Thank you. I didn't know this. And we're gonna hear one of those readings that you've done so successfully in your career, let's turn to genie for just a second. Loretta tortellini. Still to this day. That was a fun part for you, hasn't it? It was it was the best time of my life. No, greater people were there to work for and with. I think it was probably one of the greatest ensemble cast since the Mary Tyler Moore show when when you were in that role genie. I mean, how intense is that to change character? Or was that your personality? No, it really was a lot of fun. You know for me. And it was it really came quite easily to me. I think there's a little bit of Loretta and everybody, you know, in in every woman out there. And I I think that you know, and I think that's why the men loved her so much people magazine called her the dumbest blonde in the history of television. Now, if they only knew how smart. You should see her sitting in front of the television set in jeopardy and beating some of the real good one. Oh, you're giving away my seats. I love it. You two were married in nineteen eighty and what's it like for you Jeanie to be married to this icon here. Oh, it's real simple. He's radio and TV now. No. I mean, I think that we're opposites and a lot of ways, and then we're alike in so many others, and it's you know, twenty seven years now. And I mean, you know, people were laying bets at the wedding. It would last a week. So I mean, you know, that's twenty-seven lifetimes in in Los Angeles are invalid. So maybe, you know, we're going for the gold here, and you have both especially being in this area. You've seen it all and you've continued to be real people. And that's so important out here. Thank you. I want you to set the stage force Casey because we're gonna listen to one of your readings tell us a little bit about this. And we're gonna play it here. Okay. Back in the sixties was Beatlemania in sixty four and I was working in Los Angeles. I had been working in the bay area San Francisco Oakland bay area for for a couple of years and a twelve year old girl sent me a letter and in the letter, she talked about going to the venue, which was dubbed the cow palace to see the Beatles. And he. She she wrote the letter. And after I read the letter, I said, I come to read it again. And the reason I read it again is because people called and said do that again what I wanna hear that again, anything that was Beatles. People would want to hear this. I loved it. And shortly thereafter. After I put some music behind it. It was bought by Warner Brothers brothers released it as record would you like to hear? Let's listen to from beginning to end. It's the root of the long distance dedication it began with this girl whose name is Elena and she's about to speak. Hello this Jackie and following a Beatles performance. One of my listeners wrote me a touching letter because it really happened. I like to share it with you. Tasting. If you're wondering what it is that I'm writing about us. I hug my favorite beetle. George harrison. On August nineteenth. Performance at the cow palace. San francisco. Two of my friends came along with me naturally when I saw George Wilco on stage. I cream my heart when he's saying I knew that I had to touch him. When they announced last song, I nudged Eric before that I was with and told him that I was going outside and try and find the limousines, and they leave in. He said that he'd come with me. We ran outside and found that other people have the same idea was so big I lost Eric. I started to run all around looking for him. But I couldn't find him. Finally, I reached a point behind the cow palace. When nobody was decided to turn back as I started to leave. I thought that I saw something behind the bushes. I looked and I saw the limousines by close together was separated limousine without thinking I climbed the fence. And of course, the two guys. They were very well hidden in the public eye, and my heart skipped to be what I figured they were the same, limousines, the Beatles. Leave him something caught my eye. I looked up and saw George poor walking together behind them Ringel and John Paul. We're talking with a couple of guys laughing. They didn't see me before. I knew what was happening. I was wanting to join I caught him boy. Boy, I sure did Kling was taken by surprise when he realized what was happening. He smiled at me and said hybrid. Tears running down my cheeks, and I couldn't say a word. Stood there and stared grin. Wingo pass to look at me with his mouth open John passed. And just glanced avenue for a second, John Ringo. Powered by a couple of men climbed in one limousine and let the guys are trying to pull me away while George Brandon Paul stared finally when they pulled us apart follow the door for George and they both climbed in the car. Well, they were both in the car. I broke away from the guards in Iran and touch the door handle if Kuala touched on both turned around and wave to me with big wings on their faces. I walked in a daze back to where it was Eric came up to me and asked me where I was when the other girl with a saw the tears in my eyes notice that I was reading I saw that my eyes were wondering. I muttered that. I'd hug George. Faded right. Then. Eric asked me a bunch of questions. But I kept muttering. I hugged your. When I come down let s question after question by dad left when I told my mom touch my hand. My girlfriend's were. Very envious. One thing that I'll always remember is way George said hybrid. Was so romantic. Handsome..
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Wayne State university sports, go warriors. The patriot FM one zero one point five AM fourteen hundred WTT Detroit. The Salem media group on the NASDAQ as SA L M. Hundred. Three. Look white. The fire for boarded. Overnight a copy. Drive it in rates. I think. Wayne State university with FM one zero one point five and AM fourteen hundred the patriot proudly present Wayne State warrior basketball. Let's go courtside with Kevin brek Macher and begin countdown to tip off. Welcome. You inside the fitness and recreation center here in the southern suburbs of Chicago, Illinois in Hammond, Indiana in tonight, the wave State Warriors game road trip as they take on the Purdue northwest fried looking for their third straight victory. Hi, everyone. I'm covered breath. Macher glad you joined us this evening from Hammond. Indiana were just on the south side of Chicago in the warriors looking for three in a row after two wins at home last weekend impressively over northern Michigan and Michigan tech game. Last Thursday at seventy three fifty one win for Wayne State. Dominate again last Saturday, they took down. Michigan tech sixty seven fifty four the warriors. Did it would defense as they held both those teams in the low fifties and they're going to face a very good offensive team tonight. It produced northwest the pride come in five nine overall. But only one five at Lakeway they're currently in last place in the gliac what they did win. Aunt northwood eighty nine to eighty four on Saturdays. They might have some confidence going today after their first league one of the season on the road up at Midland last Saturday, Wayne State is led by dairy. No one's white who was turning into a gliac player of the year candidate now averaging seventeen point nine points a game. That's good for third in the league any shooting. Fifty one percent from downtown on the year. That's good for second in the gliac. To see if he can continue his great two thousand eighteen thousand eighteen campaign step aside regularly, come back. It's time for the locker report.
"wayne state university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"California's largest public utility face murder or manslaughter charges for last year's wildfires that killed eighty six people in the paradise area more deaths than any other fire in the state's history. PG Guinea has already been labeled a convicted felon. A federal judge is overseeing its probation for criminal convictions following a twenty ten pipeline explosion that killed eight people. Joining is Peter Henning, a professor at Wayne State university law school, Peter what evidence would the state have to come up with in its investigation to actually charge PG Guinea, criminally the starting point in this. The attorney general pointed out is that they have to figure out whether PG and he was reckless because if you wanna bring a homicide charge, either second degree murder or involuntary manslaughter. He would have to find that that you kill it. He was reckless eat its operations, and if they can't find that kind of evidence than what they're left with our maybe some misdemeanors failure to clear vegetation failure to properly maintain their wires. But it would be a much more toned-down case if they can't find evidence that PGA acted recklessly. There have been various charges and investigations of PG any in recent years, sometimes difficult to sort them all out does its history play into whether any charges will be brought I certainly think it does. And especially because the companies on probation at the moment from that twenty ten explosion. And so if it were to violate any of the terms of its probation, and the key term is that it cannot commit any other crimes that that could result in charges for violating the terms of its probation. And I. I think you know, know, utility is very popular among the populace, but PG needs history here, and the fact that it's been accused of not being cooperative with public utility commission and fighting that case back from twenty ten I really think prosecutors are going to look hard at PG, and if they can find evidence of even just something beyond ordinary negligence, I think they'll look at pursuing charges because of the history of the company, we know what happens to a person who's on probation, and who has been charged criminally. But explain what happens to accompany. Well, a couple of things that could happen. Typically when a company is found to violated the law you impose fines or you mean, the government or the court imposes a fine. It is possible. Although we don't think this would happen. But a company can be. In effect, put to death by adding its charter with ocht by the state now that I don't think you're going to see that with a public utility because who's going to take over its operations, but the companies already operating with a monitor from the it's twenty seventeen conviction that monitor ship could be ratcheted up, and you could have much closer state supervision, which of course, PG me would have to pay for and so the costs here are going to be much greater beyond just a fine. Because you also have all the private lawsuits where people whose houses were destroyed are gonna go after PG to try to recover has are the insurance companies p genie's executives have never been held accountable in any of these investigations or lawsuits is that likely in the future. That's an interesting question new getting to the C sweeter. The, you know, the very senior executives is very difficult because they. They tend not to have their fingerprints. If you will on the basic types of decisions that result in corporate liability. It's much more likely to be lower or mid level managers could you break through to the senior executive ranks. I'm just not sure I'm sure the prosecutors at both the state and the federal level want to see if there's someone who they can hold personally liable, but a lot of times in a corporation, especially when the size of PG and E so much thority is diffuse that it's hard to be able to point the finger at one or two people or they end up really becoming just scapegoats, and there's a measure of unfairness juries, if they see a company and individuals being charged often will cut slack to the individuals and hold the company responsible. So I'm just not sure we're going to see any individuals shortage in this case, I'll do certainly it's possible. So. In a report to judge William Allsop on Monday. And he's the judge who is overseeing PGE's probation PG, and he seemed to be trying to shift the blame for the recent wildfires. Tell us more about its claims there. Well, that's interesting. And and what a surprise that. They would try to negate there any possible blame they're pointing out that where these fires started. And of course, we don't know exactly where the fire started. Or what was it? 'cause but they're pointing out that it could have been individuals who had on authorized materials for the power lines or head somehow altered. How the power was brought to their homes, and I think PGA at least it looks like they're going to try to point the finger at others and say sorry, not us. We did everything we could do we can't control what individuals do. On their own property. And of course, in that part of California. I it's a tinderbox and so any type of error with electricity can spark a fire in his we saw can have disastrous implications. So I think what PG is doing is trying to limit its potential liability here by saying, we weren't reckless. Maybe we were negligent, maybe we should have paid more attention, but that would likely preclude a homicide charge. Heavier Basirah the AG for California his office submitted a legal brief that the judge requested. Why didn't the AG offer an opinion on PGN is criminal negligence or recklessness? Why did it stay away from that? Well, I think at the moment, and and what that does is it lays out here's what we would have to prove. But at the moment, they don't know for sure. And so they pointed out there too key issues. In this case, if PG is going to be held liable for the deaths in the first of those his intent can they show recklessness. And the second is caused Asian did what ki- genie gator failed to do did that caused the fires or was it? Just a contributing source of the fires and that in in any homicide charge. Causation is a key element. Thanks for being on Bloomberg law. Peter that's Peter Hanning, a professor at Wayne State university law school coming up on Bloomberg law in its latest move to reverse Obama era environmental policies. The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing a dramatic shift in the way it measures the benefits of limiting mercury pollution from power plants. Will it set a precedent and later we'll chief Justice John Roberts steer the supreme court away from controversy this year, I'm June Grosso. This is Bloomberg business. Data is growing.
"wayne state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Drive. You're listening to Wayne State university basketball now back to Kevin and Ian Larkin. All do the others. We come back to the math about the warriors forty four thirty five. Sometimes it's funny with that long break in the last time, Wayne State, December eight. Not so good up the grand valley. It's almost been four recess. They play now last year wasted also head almost a four week break between their last game at a summer first game January. It was the game on the road at ferris state coming off the bye. For the warriors. I thought maybe their best game all season nationally, led by seventeen points with about fifty minutes to go before fares just eventually warm down by five remember correctly. I they won the national championship wasted bed. The be coming off the break at their place with the fresh legs and good game plan. You're seeing that again today. Right now, a very good northern Michigan team by killer. Almost threw it away cream. Almost had a steel gets the Johnson right side, fourteen shoot Johnson. There is a steel by tomorrow Anderson up ahead of curry Murray Korean going to the basket lays it up. No. But he was fouled in Murray. Gonna shoot too. Kareem was a good chance at the dunk right there. You saw the entire crowd below is kinda race up thinking, we might see a jam. It was not the big shoot two free. Throws. The defender had a lot of goods the. It's like a freight train coming down that left side career with the free throw line. Fires didn't get it to go to seventy nine percent shoot around the year. Emerges mattel's. We're to check it for the first time today for northern Michigan five points. Gary back in there for Wayne State is Latin. I'll go check out. Make an attempt point leader can make this free throw with thirteen zero four to go in the game. Free. Throw by Kareem is good. Grains, got five forty five thirty five warriors thirteen minutes to go. Taylor picked up the foul for northern his first and also team. I the second apple TV with one thousand seven minutes, but Chelsea over Taylor with fifteen the shoe right side Taylor with uncle's out. Ryan the point guard spots, Hiller still has the dribble over to Johnson open three off a screen rights. I just can't give it to go. Now. One of six from downtown. Rebound henderson. Up ahead. The Marshall bounce pass the Cochran rape baseline and against the song. Almost a one to two variety at the moment. Now back to a two three look thirteen to shoot three Muqtada dairy now Marshall right side with nine to shoot outs past the Cochran at the free throw line turnaround. Jumper is good. The X men with fourteen boys, wait state bikes. Well, let's wall twelve the go. Can they keep the sufferer twelve more minutes? Frewin Johnson Kareem up on Johnson big time. Let them breathe out there tonight. Taylor would send the shoop Howard. Mcculskey it's going to be stolen away by Marshall. Another northern Michigan turnover. Good. They did not want to play this type of game run and gun. Henderson at the house passed the khaki black. On the stick back got six weeks state by fourteen forty nine thirty five eleven thirty to go. Doing some great things out there. Maher is through it. Five of the king. Cochran over to Johnson Johnson lost stripped away, by Packard up ahead. The Korean Korean going up to the. On the left side, I'm laughing because he just got completely hammered. I guess we've understood now they're not gonna let them dunk at the rest of the game. I think. Okay. Don't get two free throws after this media time out. So far by waves thing, even though they be fair state. The defending national champs at the end of the year. So far. Keep it up for eleven minutes. Thirteen seconds. We'll find out when we come back. Stay by fourteen..
"wayne state university" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"A tryout blink or three get after a guys and legendary so something that I didn't expect when I started impact theory is the number of people that stopped me the number of people that right to me and tell me that they're contemplating suicide. So we we got so many people who don't commit suicide because they found this because nobody wants not to live, but they don't know how to live and this they'll reactivates a reset their body to the way nature meant to be. And that is to be happy, strong and out. Yeah. Talk to me about your wife, and how this is the way I started my wife jumped from eight storey down in ninety five four children, no money just there with four children. My children made me as servive and nature healed me, and that was the cold because indicate you shut up and oldest turmoil to emotional confusion to broken heart. It's all physical. It's all real to call is able to shut up shut it down and survive, and with that I came slowly but surely in control over my emotions, and now I'm able to make people aware of that capacity, even without Koelsch hours and state, but that's where it came from out. I was powerless then with my wife was schizophrenic and psychos. That put all kinds of pills and injections, get whatever that'll was powerless. But now, I'm empower. In the up current. I'm working now with those kits. They wake with me. And we get spread this all over the world that we found a way how to deal with emotions with the cold would hate with stress and the brain in the body, we found it. And now, I'm almost so far that I'm dealing with a new competitive study with Wayne State university in Michigan on a competitive study on bipolar people within four days, we'll make them have a absolute sense of control where they are able to redirect their brain and balance within the out of balance or Mmono manic depressions, and all and with that my socalist round from being powerless to power, and I'm a dropout from school. I'm teaching professors and doctors now all over the. And they say after seeing the results of me in the brain scans. And the way I ate. Parts of the brain thought of impossible by unions. They say this is a transformation will take that will change mental healthcare. We see it. The cold is my warm friend. Jesus dude. That's so powerful. So I wanna I wanna walk through what you're doing in these four days with people that are in the situation and taking them from not feeling like they have control to feeling like they're in control. Is it is it the exact same thing that you would teach somebody that's getting the injection with the endotoxin? There's literally no difference those no, no different. People get get to me, and they won't to learn how to beat inflammation, both with physical. Course in effect as a mental then come and I'll teach you because when nature is my master nature's my teacher. I just obey to ruled, and I know it's tricks et cetera again and over within four days, you know, it all and then you learn to go into depth into six and seven cents eight all controlled the way nature, mentally I reset people within a couple of days and then go pasta conditioning, and then it is up to them to get out of Detroit and neurological path ways and get into the new one..
Do Boomers and Gen-Xers Really Work Harder Than Millennials?
"It's baritone date, Thurston host of spit. I heart radio newest podcast, twenty three and me where we explore how understanding your DNA changes, how we think about ourselves and the world around us. We've got the why cleft John. We have so much more in common than you could even imagine you put two kids together. They're going to want to play. They're gonna wanna have a good time. They gonna wanna fall in. Love have opinions. This is every kid listen to the full episode of spit with twenty three and me in the iheartradio app four wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, learned vocal bomb here. Thanks to popular books like generation me and a rash of kids these days cover stories and major magazines. It's easy to believe that millennials usually defined as people born between nineteen Eighty-one in nineteen. Ninety nine are wildly different than their coworkers from generation x. born between nineteen sixty five and nineteen eighty and the baby boomer generation that's nineteen forty six to nine hundred sixty four employers have so much faith in the millennial mythology that they've changed the way they recruit hire, train and develop employees, teams of well, paid consultants have convinced CEOs that millennials represent an entirely new species of worker that's less focused, less loyal and far less willing to work hard than preceding generations. But is it really true. When researchers have gone digging for hard data backup, the negative stereotypes of millennial workers, they've repeatedly come up empty. The real explanation for the perceived differences between the work ethic and commitment of millennials versus Xers versus boomers has much less to do with the year that they were born versus the age on their driver's license. If you're thinking, isn't that the same thing? Well, not exactly. We spoke with David Costanza associate professor of psychology and organizational sciences at George Washington University, who co authored an influential study on generational differences? In two thousand fifteen. He explains that generational assignments. Like boomer or millennial are somewhat arbitrary, but age is a strong predictor of work experience and more experienced tenured workers tend to have a stronger work ethic and more corporate loyalty than younger workers. In other words, being a boomer is a weaker predictor of work ethic than simply being sixty five Costanza said, if you look back twenty forty or sixty years, the. Same pattern of differences shows up again. And again, the youngest generation is always the least dedicated the least satisfied and the most mobile twenty years ago that was generation x forty years ago. It was the boomers. Now, it's the millennials. For example, an article published in the American sociological review in nineteen sixty one bemoaned the decaying system of values apparent in people's work ethic. The argument went that the so called Protestant work ethic. The belief in the importance of hard work and a disapproval of too much leisure. Time and activities was responsible for the economic success of Europe and the United States. But apparently there was widespread consensus that the younger generation of midwestern farmers were straying from the rugged self reliance of their fathers and quote, finding meaning in strength through constant associations with others rather than themselves. They were also quote, shameless consumers. Just imagine if those farmers that had Facebook and Amazon prime, a new study from Wayne State university backs up Costanza 's conclusion. That age is a much better predictor of work attitudes than being a millennial or boomer. The researchers performed an in-depth meta analysis of Seventy-seven work ethic studies published between nineteen sixty and twenty fifteen, and they found absolutely no empirical difference between the responses of say eighteen to twenty two year old college students in nineteen sixty eight versus two thousand eight regarding the Protestant work ethic. The real change happens as these young punks get older and more experienced. The authors suggest that when the current group of millennials aged forty years, they'll think the new kids are lazy to the most important takeaway from this research is at the popular public perception of lazy millennials is not only inaccurate. It's also bad for business. Costanza said it leads to these sweeping generalizations that can prompt organizations to make these really poor decisions and to invest in training development or compensation systems that don't do any good. If managers are telling the CEO that younger employees don't seem to be engaged in committed to their work. That's definitely a problem, but it's not a millennial problem. Costanza equates the millennial myth with these stereotypes that employers had about women workers, half a century ago that there was no point promoting a woman to a management position because she eventually get married, have kids and leave or the painful racial and ethnic stereotypes. Historically faced by minority workers. Costanza said if workers aren't committed or they're not satisfied, or they're not sticking around find out why that is an address. It don't rely on these myths and stereotypes. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other productive topics, visit our home planet tau stuff, works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody, it's Chuck Bryant for movie crush and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes, stranger things, specials, part one and two with Joe Carey, David harbour and Brett Gelman we talk a lot about stranger things and you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on. One of the coolest shows on TV here's a little sample. What about the duffers? Were those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind? I think I got one note the entire season, so and I was doing crazy stuff like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house and Jonathan follows me out in his like own come with you, and I just like I just hit him like in the shoulder McStay with your mom. So check it out. Stranger things
Remains of fetuses and infants removed from second Detroit funeral home
"Perry funeral home is a second Detroit funeral home accused of mishandling infant remains more than sixty fetuses were found in boxes and freezers at the funeral home on Detroit's west side. The investigation started when eleven fetuses were found at this shuttered Cantrell funeral home on Detroit's east side that discovery led authorities to Perry funeral home which has since been closed as investigators try to identify. The remains Perry funeral home. Harper had so hospital and Wayne State university are facing a civil suit over this as a criminal investigation
Cincinnati, American Academy Of Family and Great Lakes discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"At least four people dead including the gunman after an active shooter situation at the fifth third Bank headquarters downtown in Cincinnati. According to a thorn is the alcohol, tobacco and firearms officials. They are on the steam, and they work to sweep the building today. Here's the Cincinnati police chief talking to reporters this point
S&P 500, Dow edge down as oil prices, trade worries weigh
"Minute. Wall Street has something of an energy problem. Today the Dow is down forty two, points the NASDAQ up for the SNP flat drop in crude oil prices is pressuring energy shares crude oil futures are falling two dollars fifty six cents to sixty six. Sixty one a barrel US oil and fuel, stockpiles hit a seven-month high and all of Wall Street is worried about an escalation in China US
CVS Apologizes After White Manager Called Police on Black Customer
"From the golden tower of the fisher building this is the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit trump putin france wins the world cup i'm mike moss president trump 'till cbs news it's a good thing that he's meeting tomorrow with russian president putin i believe that having a meeting with chairman kim was a good thing i think having meetings with the president of china was a very good thing i believe it's really good so having meetings with russia china north korea i believe in it in an interview on abc's this week national security adviser john bolton was asked if he thinks president trump should trust putin look i'm i said this before i'll say it again i'm the national security adviser i'm not the national security decision maker i i give them it's a privilege to give my advice to the president i don't discuss it publicly he's going to make the decision how to handle this the president has downplayed expectations for the summit saying some good could come from the meeting but nothing bad will come from it with three goals in the second half france defeated croatia four two to win the two thousand eighteen men's world cup in moscow the teenage forward kilian mbappe as scored his fourth goal of the tournament for france and the team's fourth of the game meanwhile in tennis at wimbledon novak djokovic struck his fourth men's singles title it feels amazing because for the first time in my life i have someone screaming daddy daddy as a little boy right there djokovic defeated kevin anderson in the men's final at wimbledon cbs health is apologizing after a black customer says a white store manager in chicago accused her of trying to use a phony coupon kamilo hudson posted cell phone video of the manager calling police hudson says a facebook that the manager challenged her when she tried to use the coupon for a free product no action was taken by police cvs says it doesn't tolerate discrimination against customers and is investigating the matter i'm mike moss seven hundred sixty wjr news gene fogel good afternoon place you're trying to determine what happened in the death of a sevenyearold girl eastbound i ninety four near detroit metro airport had to be closer several hours after the girl was killed in our early morning crash incident happened about three am it was near i ninety four and merriman road police say the girl's father had been involved in a drunk driving crash earlier near i ninety four and inkster that investigation continuing detroit police have located the parents of a three year old girl who has founded walking alone just before five thirty this morning in the area of keating and each state fair in downtown detroit police have been called spotted the girl and took her to the eleventh precinct the parents were notified michigan state police on the coast guard continued search for a woman who went underwater near belle isle and never resurfaced police say twentysix year old destiny smith was diving off a boat docked at one of the beaches on saturday afternoon smith's family says she was in pre dental at wayne state university police say a thirteen year old and a fourteen year old were burned they were playing with matches according to authorities the teenagers run a garage with others.
Wayne State contractors diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease
"The great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit seven sixty wjr news are meadowland rim wbz news time seven o'clock currently eighty eight degrees to construction contractors at work at a new apartment building on the wayne state university campus have been confirmed as having legionnaires disease the two minutes affected are directly across the street from a building that has a cooling tower suspected to be the source of the bacteria michael right is with wings state we have shut that down for the foreseeable future until we get to go to you troy health department to put it back on we're we've tested now several times we remediated remediated at once we retested it but it showed signs of legionella again so we think that that's the problem and we're going to actually bring in an alternative cooling system until we get that thing absolutely fixed a hundred percent sure they say the legionella bacteria is carried through the air by water vapor students and faculty living and working in the building with the contaminated cooling tower have been moved the white house is trumpeting the actions of federal law enforcement officials who arrested cleveland man who was plotting a terrorist attack in that city on the fourth of july white house press secretary sarah sanders says it was a great job of police work this morning the department of justice and the federal bureau of investigations joint terrorism task force announced the arrest of an ohio man for providing material support to al qaeda on sunday the suspect explained to an undercut undercover fbi agent that he was planning to conduct an attack in cleveland on independence day in a future terrorist attack.