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"Total of 803 new covert 19 cases. And while no new fatalities were reported on Saturday and Sunday, there were eight new fatalities reported on Monday. The governor is going to hold its weekly briefing on Thursday. This week instead of today, and Lawrenceburg police are issuing a scam morning. They're saying that they have received a number of calls from residents about a scam trying to get personal and financial information from them. The scammer calls and asks if police have been in touch with them about their Social Security number being used during a crime. I'm Sara Lee's CBS News UPDATE. President Trump meets with school administrators and teachers today to chart a course for the fall in the pandemic. Florida has ordered schools toe open starting next month. Wendy Door a mall is the teachers union official with some doubts. There's no safe way to do it, so it's not even feasible to be ableto have lunch because you'd have to remove your mouth. Local Florida officials can close schools if they do feel it's unsafe in New York City. No decision yet on schools, But Mayor Bill de Blasio says childcare centers could open soon. I've talked to so many parents who are trying their best to support their kids be at home educators Still somehow either hold down the job or try to find a new job. Try to make ends meet. It's been really, really tough for parents, so bringing back childcare is crucial. Brazil's president, Bolson Roo, has now tested positive for the Corona virus he liked President Trump has downplayed the outbreak. CBS News update. I'm Steve Cave. This's use radio Wait 40 w. A Js available everywhere with the I. Heart radio and now number one for podcasting. News radio. Wait 40 W. H s and I hard radio station. Forgotten is a new true crime podcast that investigate the mystery of the hundreds of young women who have been murdered in Horace, Mexico, right across the border from El Paso, Texas. We talked to victim's families, FBI agents and a psychologist who claims to know one of the culprits to understand why these crimes have been on sold for nearly 30 years..
"wendy door" Discussed on WTOP
"UPDATE. President Trump meets with school administrators and teachers today to chart a course for the fall in the pandemic. Florida has ordered schools toe open starting next month. Wendy Door, Um all of the teachers union official with some doubts. There's no safe way to do it would start even feasible to be ableto have lunch because you'd have to remove your local Florida officials can close schools if they do feel it's unsafe in New York City. No decision yet on schools. But Mayor Bill de Blasio says child Their centers could open soon. I've talked to so many parents who are trying their best to support their kids be at home educators still somehow either hold down a job or try to find a new job. Try to make ends meet. It's been really, really tough for parents, so bringing back childcare is crucial. Brazil's president, Bolson Roo has now tested positive for the Corona virus he liked President Trump has downplayed the outbreak. CBS News Update. I'm Steve Caven. New cases of Corona virus Have Platt towed across our region in the past week, Maryland reporting a total of three deaths yesterday. That is the lowest number since March. State is also reporting the lowest number of new cases since March as well. No deaths in Virginia reported And that is, ah certainly positive news. The state also experiencing the lowest number of new cases since mid April. In the district. Two more deaths reported yesterday, along with 33 new Corona virus cases in D. C. The district's number of new cases has been trending down slightly in the past week. Congress and the White House plan to ramp up efforts in the coming weeks to address key issues involving the pandemic. Let's hear more on that from W. GOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows says Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will lead the administration's talks with lawmakers. Meadows acknowledges there will be challenges getting Democrats and Republicans on the same page. You know, everybody looks at this is the last train.
"wendy door" Discussed on The Daily
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Sometimes they call us from a war zone and not only do they tell us what's happening on ground wherever they are but they also give us the context that we need to understand it. If you like hearing from these reporters every day which I know I do the one thing that you can do to support them and the daily is to subscribe to the New York Times if you'd like to do that go to ny times dot com slash subscribe. I have to imagine that this pretty beloved institution is at the Front of the line for any kind of bailout at a moment when Congress handing out money to a lot of business across the country. I think that's a fair assumption and so we saw in March when Congress is racing to put together the cares act. It's big two trillion dollar relief bill to try and prop up the economy. Democrats and Republicans. Get kind of a handshake deal to send it. Thirteen billion dollars. direct funding. That will help it. Keep operating through the summer and the fall and hopefully whether the worst of the crisis but in the middle of these high stakes negotiations the White House comes and out of trillions of dollars of spending points in the United States. Postal Service and says We're not going to support a bail out. We're not interested in including that in this bill and you better not put it in our way because we don't want to have problem and why is that? Why won't the White House? They allow the postal service so actually starts with the Washington. Post the newspaper that the president feels has covered him to critically to unfairly he perceives kind of one of his biggest enemies in Washington. That paper happens to be owned by. Jeff Bezos the founder and chief executive of Amazon and Amazon as we know is heavily reliant on the United States postal service to deliver many of its packages all across the country. The details of its contracts are kept private but in the postal service does quite a bit of business with Amazon Amazon. Certainly take a look at the post office and this is much as anything else is what has informed. Trump's view of the postal service and post office is losing billions of dollars and the taxpayers are paying for that money because it delivers packages for Amazon. At a very below cost. And that's not fair. He's of the opinion. That Amazon is basically ripping off. The Postal Service and Amazon has the money to pay the fare rate at the post office. Which would be much more than that thing right. Now that it's getting packages delivered far too cheaply. And that Bazo says being enriched off of you know this government service Amazon is going to have to pay much more money to the post office. There's no doubt about that. And so he's basically put down a line in the sand and said unless the Postal Service agrees to Jack Up Prices. Four hundred or even five hundred percent on Amazon packages. That's quite a lot of money. I'm not gonNA give him a sense. I'm not going to bail them out. I won't give him alone. I'm not going to do anything for them. Because they're being such suckers while so. The president has specifically linked his reluctance to assist the postal service financially with his frustrations with Amazon. And Jeff Bezos. Absolutely there is though a second thing going on here and this is kind of this. Other interests may be better represented by Steve Mnuchin. Who's the Treasury Secretary? So what Mnuchin and some of these others want are basically to change the postal service in ways that will cut its cost that will increase its prices and kind of shrink its footprint bolt so that it can meet its own financial obligations. Start to address this big debt that attract up but also in ways that will allow its private competitors like Fedex and ups to get a little bit more of an upper hand in the market. I mean they would say that this is about competition and that the postal service has been given some unfair monopolies in certain areas or you know has been allowed to keep its rates too low in a way that harm these private businesses and needs to be changed in a way that will make the whole field more competitive so this is all in the White House his mind when Congress comes to a few weeks ago and says we want this money to bail out the ailing postal service and all the sudden. They realized that they're presented with a real new unity to put a mark on the postal service. In this moment of flux that could affect wait a lot of both what president trump and what MNUCHIN and his allies want to see. And how how could this be an opportunity for the White House? So MNUCHIN recognizes that. The Postal Service is in a bad way that it has a real financial need and if instead of giving it a no strings attached bailout. The Treasury Department instead gets authority to give it alone then he has treasury secretary could essentially dictate terms changes that the postal service would have to adopt if it wants to get this loan money from the Treasury Department and so it gives him significant new leverage to try and put in place some of these long held ambitions that he has for the postal service most explicitly. This question of rates MNUCHIN wants more not only rate increases but increases where Amazon would essentially have to pay more but he wants be able to look at those contracts himself and make sure that they are meeting. I suppose his standard for with a look like nick. Is it possible that that's exactly? What the Postal Service should be doing? I mean a mindful. The fact that Amazon for example is the country's most profitable business. It could probably stand to pay higher rates and would that be better for the postal service. It's a very good question. And that's very possible at a time when the volume of packages because of the pandemic is increasing significantly at the post. I mean this could be an area to really close some of the revenue gap. But there's a couple things to keep in mind one. There's a big difference between know modest changes and reevaluating a contract to increase prices. Maybe ten or fifteen percent. I don't know and what president trump is talking about which is a wholesale increase of four or five. Fold so that if a package today cost eight bucks to ship. It's going to be thirty two bucks or higher and that kind of thing you know independent business analysts will quickly tell you is kind of ludicrous like it just won't work and it would probably backfire on the postal service because Amazon could easily find a way to deliver that.
"wendy door" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Children says that what with Canada being so bloody cold my father should consider moving to Florida and my father says maybe he well all right take care water under the bridge yeah safe trip both these thank you yeah thank you they don't get too emotional they don't even hug goodbye they just shake hands and with that it feels like buzz has forgiven shall Elden has forgiven us right on north west oh my god I feel so different different challenges I just feel so different this is taking a lot off my shoulders yeah Jonathan Goldstine this story was produced by Wendy door with some help from Chris nearly for Jonathan's podcast heavy weight if you have never heard heavy weight and don't know where to get started I have to say it is such an utterly original program and Jonathan has put together a play list of his favorite episodes just search heavyweight starter kit on Spotify and by the way says his dad and children are doing fine under lockdown Jordan says he's happy with the peace and quiet what is program was first broadcast four years ago produced by robin Semien a translator for the win phone with Kim at zero special.
"wendy door" Discussed on KQED Radio
"When it's time to leave Sheldon walks outside but before we get into the rental he points across the line to his neighbor's house he tells my father that it's for sale and then he tells them the asking price and my father says that doesn't sound bad at all the children says that what with Canada being so bloody cold my father should consider moving to Florida and my father says maybe he well all right take care water under the bridge thank you safe trip both these thank you yeah thank you they don't get too emotional they don't even have goodbye they just shake hands and with that it feels like buzz has forgiven shall Elden has forgiven by us right on northwest oh my god it's just so different different China I just feel so different this is taking a lot off my shoulders yeah Jonathan Goldstine this story was produced by Wendy door with some help from Chris nearly for Jonathan's podcast heavy weight if you have never heard heavy weight and don't know where to get started I have to say it is such an utterly original program and Jonathan has put together a play list of his favorite episodes just search heavyweight starter kit on Spotify on him by the way says his dad and children are doing fine under lockdown John says he's happy with the peace and quiet but it is for the mistress broadcast four years ago produced by robin semi and a translator for the win phone with Kim at zero special thanks today Emily angle young.
"wendy door" Discussed on The Daily
"Enduring that the virus lasts. It doesn't die off in the hot summers. It doesn't zero evidence that the virus dies often hot weather. I mean the virus circulating now in India in Brazil in Australia. W nary very hot environments exactly does no evidence it is going to die out in the summer dump. I'm willing to speak for many listeners. When I say that. The idea of living masks with everyone sitting succeed apart and the expectation that viral. Resurgence might mean that even that becomes too risky and so everyone goes back under lockdown that that could go on for years is really pretty depressing and kind of hard to wrap one's head around. I know but if we don't go into a dance means there's going to be more infections and more deaths Over back the daily is supported by. Td Ameritrade there's no Roi on T. M. I. that's why. Td Ameritrade created a learning. Experience will actually learn with you curated from their vast library of exclusive content it customizes to fit your investing goals interests in needs. So you get exactly the information you need and none of the information you don't get started at td. Ameritrade DOT COM SLASH EDUCATION. That's TD AMERITRADE DOT com slash education. I'm Wendy door and I'm an editor on the daily for most of my adult life. I thought of the New York Times as a giant news machine that spit out new stories all day. Long kind of like a vending machine. And I'm embarrassed to say that it wasn't really until I came to work here at the Times that I started to think about the reporters behind those new stories and what it takes to get the story in the first place. Sometimes these reporters risk their lives. Sometimes they talk to us at two in the morning. Sometimes they call us from a war zone and not only do they tell us what's happening on the ground wherever they are but they also give us the context that we need to understand it. If you like hearing from these reporters every day which I know I do the one thing that you can do to support them and the daily is to subscribe to the New York Times if you'd like to do that go to ny times dot com slash subscribe. Don't during this period. It feels like not everyone is gonna be on equal footing in the sense that some of us will have been infected and will possess some kind of immunity to Cova nineteen right and many of us of course will not have been infected and will not possess that immunity. So how does that factor into this given take this dance you're describing well? We're already seeing this happen. There are a very small number of people now who are immune and they're very much demand there in demand for their blood because you can harvest. Antibodies from their blood there in demand for doing medical jobs that are dangerous like incubating patients because they can do it. Without fear of infection they'll be in demand for all sorts of other jobs because they can travel anywhere they can do face to face interactions with customers without any fear and they're going to be sort of a special class in society. There'll be a sort of different standards different ways of living for two different classes in society. So say your immune and I'm not I basically have to stay inside here at hiding and I'm depressed as hell about it. You know right. I have a granddaughter. Who's going to be born in June and I sit here in my apartment thinking. I may not see her until she's two years old man that's horrible to contemplate but it may be a fact. Meanwhile you as immune could go visit my granddaughter or go out and take my job or no one can take your job. Donald Justice but not a hook a lot of people. Want my job They'll be sort of different standards different ways of living for two different classes in society for Awhile. It's quite science fiction. He is kind of distorted. Bright I mean that. Kind of a societal schism right between the immune and the still susceptible it would seem to require a few pieces of firm. Knowledge. One is that there's a widespread ability to tell who is immune versus. Who's not and the other piece of knowledge is that we know for sure that being infected confers immunity. So how do you resolve either of those? We don't know those things yet. We don't know them for dead shore but as Tony how she says you know usually when you recover from disease your immune for a while but we don't know how long humidity less because it's diseases. All He'd been around since November at the earliest Are there plans do you envision universe in which people literally wear some sort of sign that they are immune and that that can be rigorously proven? Yes I mean that that sorry beginning to take place. Germany is talking about issuing certificates. But you don't want something you can pass in person the person So China takes people's cell phones and has a Qr Code that you read as you come into the subway. You come into a restaurant you come into any place where somebody can check your phone and that readout tells the person look nature fode that your immune so yeah. I I mean people are already thinking about this. In the scenario that you're laying out immunity and ability to show. Immunity would seem to be incredibly desirable and might create some very complicated incentives. Yes people are going to be tempted to become immunes and to do it. The chicken POX party way. What do you mean to deliberately infect themselves hoping for the best but that they emerge at the end of it as an immune? I mean that temptation is going to be enormous. You're describing deliberate. And perhaps large-scale acts of self infection. Yes I am. There is a lot of historical precedent for that stuff in the years before smallpox vaccine people use to take poss from the blisters of smallpox victims or dried up scabs from smallpox victims and put the pus into stab a little holding their child's arm and put some of the bus and there were below the scabs into your nose. And that would give you a usually mild case of smallpox and I talked to an immunologist. Who SAID LOOK? The child had about a one percent chance of dying and the parents recognize that and that was better because if you had a smallpox come through usually about a third of the susceptible died so if you had six kids might Think hard about Give them all a little bit smallpox. There are don't what you're describing is a very calculated risk that some people may take to self infect and I wonder just how dangerous it may be if people miscalculate with the virus acting the way it is acting. Now it's very dangerous. We know that there are people who were more at risk but we also know that it's unpredictable. That young Athletic Healthy People. Totally unpredictably end up on a ventilator and a few of them die right so it's a people making life or death decisions for freedom and a paycheck and a paycheck. Yes everything that you're talking about here. Seems to assume the absence of a successful treatment and a world where we're pretty much waiting for a vaccine. Could that change when we've asked you this question in the past? You have said that there wasn't a viable treatment. Do you have any sense? The debt may be changing and that of treatment might come before a vaccine. I don't have any sense it. It's changing in an important way. There is something that doctors place some hope in and that is taking the blood from people who've recovered from the disease and removing the red blood cells white blood cells and everything else. I'd leaving just the antibodies. Those antibodies GLOB onto the virus and neutralize and so you can inject them into somebody who's sick but it's a technology that is not fast moving so it's not in the immediate future but scientists are hopeful that it's in the mid term future so in other words for the time being we are left pretty much with the hammer and the dance as are most practical solution. Exactly so don't with everything that you just said in mind. I want to return to that first time we spoke because when we had that conversation you were well ahead of anybody else in preparing us for what the pandemic would mean on a personal level. You told us about your stockpile of food. You're months worth of medicine and you told us that we should be prepared not to see our friends and our family for a while and all of that proved pression. But there's one area where I recall. You perhaps underestimate something you said be prepared for a couple of months of something that might look like a lockdown. And now it's feeling like it's GonNa last a lot longer so with that in mind. What preparations are you making now? That the rest of US may end up making for ourselves in the coming days weeks months to prepare for that new reality. I mean I'm I'm busy. I'm working harder than ever were before. And that's given me a sense of purpose that gives me some psychological stability that a lot of other people. Don't have the luck to have. I'm thinking about you. Know what am I going to do to entertain myself? I'm thinking of buying a fishing rod. Becoming one of those old guys on the peers. Is that you know fishing for blue. Here I mean I like Trout Fishing. But it seems unlikely. I'm GonNa get away and do that for a while. So it's just you have to sort of mentally prepare yourself to these things and and Be it said I have visions.
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"The moby makes use of several lomax recordings on his album play which went multiplatinum play eventually became one of the most commercially licensed albums ever recorded at the time and then was there as an intermediary step before that and then hearing on the cd where he said hey by the way thanks now i said this is amazing thing lacks thing i heard it's on the radio i said hey i get that box setback and then years of not being france and according to gregor that was wholly wanted to get his cds back he was looking for neither riches nor credit just the cds which he claims were only alone and so this is how it went he began leaving moby voice messages by gregor's count about a dozen that all went unanswered then in a final act of desperation gregor penned a song called moby give me back my cds which he sang into mobis answering machine with accompanying kariuki music to the tune of bryan adams heaven after much cajoling gregor dug up his lyrics which i will now perform for you moby give me back my cds the recordings from the field the alan lomax box said cds i think there were seven those desks are all that i need the ones i gave you from my house i think you'll be short to see there were seven and that message gregor says was met with over a decade of silence that was an excerpt from gregor produced by jonathan goldstein with coproducers wendy door khalil a halt and chris neary for the podcast heavyweight from can let media it won the 2017 sky lurking award the judges said with the political climate dragging so many souls down jonathan goldstein's incisive writing buoyant wit and production prowess relieved our judges from.
"wendy door" Discussed on Why We Eat What We Eat
"Now obviously nardo you see flat path off i think it started with a hell electric stove there is no way you can use electric stove with a walk so i just used get used to improvise very seldom my use code may tiniest by just go buy whatever what everest in the fridge and then you take it out and use said however you want there is noone authentic chinese cuisine because it's traveled to so many places any devolving all the time can quantum somewhere as a square and then i do with this way kathy i know hadn't chinese food in america and chinese food in china have you volved in different ways by different coq see with different needs at different times but even though they may look like two totally different cuisines there's something that ties them together the spirit of innovation improvisation and a few come and techniques idlib a little scoop of the filling too much i know half does noor app i put a two big scoop apparently weight of billing uh half if my oversize one tonnes are any evidence it's still evolving right here and why we eat we need is a podcast from blue apron and give link creative this episode was produced by matt schulz francis harlow poor his strada rachel word julia baterial and abiola's eka production assistance from tom cody creative direction from nothing lean rafsanjani we were edited by wendy door and mix by catherine anderson and sacks met special thanks to luisa louis.
"wendy door" Discussed on Why We Eat What We Eat
"Mm why we eat what we eat is a podcast from blue apron in gimlett creative you can find a link to alley whis photo project flooded and the rest for rachel's climate change cake in our shown ads and on our website why we eat dot show if you make her cake let us know how it went use the hashtag why we this episode was produced by abbe received gift julia petero parties trotta france's harlow and matt schulz production assistance from tom cody creative direction from nazanin rafsanjani we were edited by wendy door and next by catherine anderson and zach schmidt special thanks you kathy flynn and analysts say coming up next week one of the most important factors that determines why we eat what we eat is moms from me my mom so when your friends go to ties restaurant navy with you do they order things that you would never order it's american as a free country can order anything together my mom and i will go deep into how the chinese food that you find in restaurants and the chinese food that you cook it home became so different you can find every episode of why we eat what we eat on apple podcast google play spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and if you like what you hear subscribe leave us review to it really helps others discover the show i'm kathy airway thanks for listening.
"wendy door" Discussed on Heavyweight
"His turning to its goodwill now there last month's dan this moment seo deci if we manzi return the to answer and he was in accidentally zone heavyweight is hosted him produced by me jonathan oldstyle along with khalil hold the senior producer is caitlyn roberts editing by her hey just alex bloomberg and wendy door special thanks to emily condoms we should lieberman stevie lame and jackie cohen the show is makes by cape alinsky music by christine fellows john kay sampson an ed with additional music credits for this episode can be found on our website gimlett mediacomheavyweight our theme song is by the weaker than courtesy of epitaph records and our ad music is by healy shah follow us on twitterheavy way toward email us at heavyweight at gimlett mediacom we'll have a new hot puppy of an episode next week any more the dow grams of lien paid hey i'm flora from every little thing this is why you should listen to our show were casually easygoing people i may look like some sorted dainty week thing but i am a monster on the inside the show is filled with fun facts you'll love.
"wendy door" Discussed on The Nod
"This episode of the nod was produced by me brittany loose with eric eddings cape parkinson morgan james t green emmanuel berry isabelle who kearney and wendy door or senior producer is sarah abderrahman you edited by where he just in anywhere stressor engineering for matthew boll and cedric wilson or theme music is by khalid be other original music in the show by new world jazz project because we're lose show we would love it if you could rate us on apple podcast a really helps you will find the show and if you feel so inclined we really appreciate fivestar thrown it out there subliminal messages if you're looking for something to listen to next may we suggest politically reactive from here if you're wondering how to survive in the age of trump kamau and hari are here for you liens and friends w kamau bellen hari are here to navigate the dumpster fire that is the us political landscape and they've got help separating fact from fake news from guess like actor and former daily show correspondent asif mind v cnn commentator angela wright and cofounder of black lives matter patrisse con colors politically reactive is out cow from your wolf subscribe now on i two stitcher or wherever you listen.