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Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:17 min | 28 min ago

Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on All Things Considered

"To giving a picture a literal arm cannon. This is what being a fan, so it's valley banding together with other people that are fans of your team. To eternally in your team into what you want to see. Because the website is so basic. It's just a box score on a computer screen. The odd detail stuck out and that gave fans just enough to start writing their own. Laura and back story for the Internet Blaze Ball Leek as it's known. Like Quinn, who helps run the Twitter account for the New York Millennials. We're the gays team in baseball, and we're here to have a very good time. Quinn asked us not to use their last name because they're trans and are not fully out. But one of the things they say is really special about the blaze ball community is how queer friendly and inclusive It is something that's not always true of sports or video game fans. And Quinn says the game's creators have really embraced their queer fans. It became clear that they were super cool with it. They seem to go out of their way to try to create an environment is very welcoming of these kinds of things like from the top down, knowing that Rosenthal and his team are listening. Fans are pushing the game in unexpected directions. Like the time they voted on a rule change to resurrect a previously incinerated player named Jalen Hot Dog fingers or shelling the entire pitching rotation of the tacos in peanuts in an incident that's been dubbed the snack Orefice. Rosenthal says he's amazed and delighted that so many people have found community in Blace ball, especially amid the isolation of the pandemic. That is true for us making the game too. We all have been struggling individually during this time and to suddenly have this huge group of people that are invested in this thing that we're doing. It's made this year a lot brighter for all of us. And while Major League Baseball is about to finish up its season with world Siri's Baseball starts fresh every Monday. Baseball is forever. Let's go. Millennials, Danny Luis WNYC. Mrs Anna sail from death, sex and following the best public health practice means wearing a mask. When we cover our face, we're doing it for others. But it's hard when you can't see a person smile. We're share your own. And lately smiles have been harder to come by..

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Free speech and the struggle against misinformation ahead of 2020 election

Fresh Air

05:34 min | 2 hrs ago

Free speech and the struggle against misinformation ahead of 2020 election

"Last week, The New York Post published a potentially damaging story about Hunter Biden, son of the Democratic presidential nominee. Based on emails, The Post said, were provided by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and originally harvested from a laptop computer left in a Delaware repair shop. There were enough questions about the authenticity of the emails that most mainstream media declined to publish the story, but it's the kind of content that Khun spread like wildfire on Social media. In a remarkable move Twitter on Wednesday Band users from sharing links to the story because it said the emails may have been hacked and contained private information. It reversed course two days later after Republicans accused Twitter of censorship. But the episode illustrates a question our guest, Emily Bazelon, has been thinking about in an age when questionable, Perhaps even fabricated content can sweep through the digital world unchecked. Does our traditional commitment to unfettered free speech still serve democracy. And the cover story for this week's New York Times Magazine, Basil on surveys the impact that lies and conspiracy theories sometimes promoted by foreign actors can have on our political discourse. And she explores how other countries think differently about free speech and its relationship to a healthy democracy. Emily Bazelon is a graduate of the Yale Law School and a journalist. She's a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine and the Truman Capote fellow for Creative Writing at Yale Law School. She's also the author of two books. She joins us from her home in New Haven, Connecticut. Emily Bazelon welcome back to fresh air. Thanks so much for having me you open your piece with a story that began making the rounds some months back, among right wing voices on the Internet that there was a plan by the forces of Joe Biden to stage a coup to take over the government in connection with the November election. First of all, what was the basis of this claim? Great. So this is ahh concocted claim and the sort of colonel at the center of it was a project called the Transition Integrity Project, a group of about 100 academics and journalists and pollsters and former government officials and former campaign the staff staffers. They started meeting over the summer to kind of game out various scenarios for the November election, and so they were basically testing American democracy in the event that President Trump wins in the event that vice President Biden winds To see in various scenario is what could happen. And in the event, there's a contestant result in a long, nasty count. Yes, exactly especially in the event if there's a contestant result in litigation and other possibilities, and so in one of their several scenarios, Biden wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral College. And so in that hypothetical case they imagined the Democrats would get desperate. And they might consider encouraging California and the Pacific Northwest to threaten to secede in exchange for pressuring Republicans to expand the size of the Senate. So Rosa Brooks, who was one of the organizers of this project, She's a law professor at Georgetown. She published an essay where she mentioned this threat to succeed in one sentence in an essay in The Washington Post. On the next day, you see someone named Michael Anton's, a former national security adviser to President Trump. He has an article called The Coming CU Question. Mark and based on Rosa Brooks is characterization of what the transition integrity project was doing. He starts saying that Democrats are laying the groundwork for a revolution and then you see that article take off in extremist online communities. There is AH podcast maker named Dan Bongino, who's a big trump supporter. He makes videos about it. One of them has the tag. They are telling you what they are going to do exclamation point his videos pull in millions of views. Then you see the story. My great toe, a right wing website called Revolver News Revolver. News starts to spin up the idea that Norm Eisen, who participated in the transition Integrity project and is a longtime Democratic lawyer in Washington. That he's at the center of this supposed coup. And from there, Tucker Carlson feature someone talking about this concocted made up story on his show. And then you see it just go viral on social media and get picked up by lots of groups, including, like a county Republican organization in Oregon, So it is Perfect kind of story because it pulls in both traditional media in the form of Fox and also social media. And then you see President Trump get involved. He tweets in praise of Revolver news, and then he tweets quote the November 3rd election result may never be accurately determined, which is what some want. And that's a kind of typical dark, slightly vague, foreboding kind of warning from President Trump that further perpetuates this coup narrative. And then Trump later retreat. Someone talking about a coup with regard to Nancy Pelosi. So you see from this hypothetical project that was really meant to be a kind of academic exercise about the election. This whole sat of conspiracy theories on the right that get a lot of play in the media on social media, and then from the president

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Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro

00:23 sec | 50 min ago

Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on Ben Shapiro

"The announcement from New York City mayor built the Blonde has a positivity rate of 0.17% mayor says The 0.17% rate is outstanding. When we said we were taking a global gold standard approach to our schools, that's exactly what's happened. Testing positive work, 20. Staff members and eight students for 77. W. ABC News. I'm Deborah Valentine. The New Yorkers suspending journalist Jeffrey Toobin after he exposed himself during a work related Zoom called The Incident reportedly happened during a call between workers at the magazine and WNYC radio. Some New Yorkers aren't shocked to hear about a lot of people are lonely. A lot of people have no like human connection, and who knows what was going on in Toobin's mind? Toobin has been suspended while an investigation is being conducted Game one of.

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Plastic baby bottles shed millions of microplastics when shaken

BBC Newshour

03:00 min | 7 hrs ago

Plastic baby bottles shed millions of microplastics when shaken

"Formula has accorded to room temperature, and they're transformed into the cool, it paralyzes feeding bottles. Officer Li Wen shau.

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Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

00:26 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on Fresh Air

"If you already are a sustaining member to WN Y so you could become one during the stay two of the fall Fun drive by calling 883769692 or go to wnyc dot or GE. And if you were in the position to be able to give a little bit extra, because there's someone who's probably listening right now, there's a lot of people who don't have the means to do so. This time around. We understand we got you. Your fellow New Yorker has got you if you can make a donation for those folks who can't right now, that would be appreciate a swell WNYC..

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NASA attempts first ever mission to retrieve sample from asteroid

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 11 hrs ago

NASA attempts first ever mission to retrieve sample from asteroid

"NASA is hoping to collect its first ever sample from an asteroid on its next mission, but first it has to be ableto landed spacecraft. Or actually targeting a sight about 10 M. Across this is roughly the size of a few parking spaces in a parking lot. I'll have more on a mission. That is not a sure thing

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Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on All of It

All of It

01:07 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on All of It

"You're listening to WNYC. I see. Well, Please don't take it off your to do list. No, that w N Y. C needs your support on an annual basis. In order to keep bringing all of it to you as well as morning edition. All things considered the Brian Lehrer show We subsist on member dollars. And you the listener are our largest support our largest source of support. So please call now at 8883769692 or give it WN. I see DOT or GE. I think one of the things people have have really realized you and they knew it in their hearts. But you really realize that intellectually is how important local journalism is, especially during these moments like this. We've had so many difficulties happening around the city between trying to get the kids back in school safely between trying to figure out what we're going to do with our jobs to figuring out how to handle And process all of the the protest ng that it was going on all through the spring. Local journalism matters so much. It's so important. That's why WNYC C and Gothamist are so important to our cultural health of the city so that you can understand the city you live in so that you could help process everything that's going on. It costs a lot of money to do this old fashioned on the ground in it reporting. We need to send reporters out 24 7 to make sure they can do the kind of covers that you've come to expect from WNYC on public radio and that we as journalists want to provide you, but we do need your help to continue to do that. Our number is 88376 w, N. Y. C. That's 8883769692. You can also go to w n y c dot org's and click on donate. And if you've already done so Thank you..

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6 Russian Intelligence Officers Charged In High-Profile Cyberattacks

All Things Considered

03:56 min | 1 d ago

6 Russian Intelligence Officers Charged In High-Profile Cyberattacks

"Federal charges in connection with a Siri's of high profile and destructive cyberattacks. The charges, detail hacks targeting the 2017 French elections and the 2018 Winter Olympics, among others. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas is here to tell us more. Hi, Ryan first. What do we know about the defendants and what they've been charged with? The Justice Department says that these six defendants are all current or former officers with Russia's military intelligence agency. That's the GR EW. It's the same agency that was behind the hacks in the 2016 U. S election. Now there's no allegation in this indictment of any hacking tied to the 2020 vote, the one in the inn Ah, a couple of weeks. The defendants in this instance face seven counts, and all those include hacking, conspiracy, wire fraud, computer fraud and identity theft. And this is for a really stunning string of cyber attacks over the past five years, U. S officials say this is the single most disruptive and destructive Siri's of cyber attacks that have ever been attributed to just one group. What were those attacks Tell us about them? Well, it's a long list. It includes hacks in 2015 and 2016 that targeted Ah, Ukraine's power grid. Those knocked more than 200,000 customers offline at one point or as one U. S official said Today, it turned out the lights and turned off the heat in the middle of an eastern European winter. There's There's also also a a devastating devastating attack attack known known is is not not Pecchia Pecchia that that began began in in Ukraine Ukraine and and spread spread across across the the globe globe that that crippled crippled companies companies and and industries industries in in hospitals. hospitals. It It cause cause billions billions of of dollars dollars in in damages, damages, including including here here in in the the U. U. S. S. There There are are hacks hacks targeting targeting the the investigations investigations by by British British and and international international authorities authorities into into the the use use of of a a Russian Russian nerve nerve agent agent to to poison a former Russian spy in the UK. That was the episode involving the Spice, Sergei Scruple and a few others write. Each of these incidents has been widely reported on their own. It's interesting to see all of these people tied together with all of them exactly right, And there's actually even Maurine the indictment their cyber attacks that targeted the 2018 Winter Olympics. In South Korea. And then there's the hack and leak operation against the 2017 French elections that targeted the political party of France is now president Emmanuel Macron. So it is really quite a list. Any insight into why the defendants allegedly chose those targets. The Justice Department says that all of these hacks furthered Russia's interests further. Russia's Geo Geo political aims You look at Ukraine Russia has been in a grinding war with the government there in the east in the 22 18 Olympics. Russian athletes couldn't compete under the country's flag because of a massive doping scandal. In the case of the nerve agent poisoning, British and international authorities had pinned the blame for that attack on the Kremlin. And in the case of France's elections, the operation there fits into Russia's geopolitical goals. Now the head of the Justice Department's National Security Division, John Dimmers, said today that Russia Stands alone in the sort of destructive cyberattacks that its agents conduct. Here's a bit of what he said. No country has weaponized. It's cyber capabilities as maliciously and irresponsibly as Russia. Wantonly, causing unprecedented collateral damage to pursue small tactical advantages and fits of spite. Surrounding these defendants are presumably still in Russia and not in U. S custody. What does that mean about next steps for this case? Well, none of these men are in us custody, all right with that, And it is unlikely that any of them will ever face trial here in the United States. One of them actually is already facing charges in the U. S. He was charged by special Counsel Robert Mueller in connection with Russia's hacking in the 2016 elections, so There is a big question of just how effective bringing charges like these are, but Justice Department officials say it's important to put the weight of the U. S government behind these sorts of allegations. It helps expose what hackers are up to, and the methods that they used. It also makes clear to the international community what Russia is doing. And while it may not be a satisfying as seeing the defendants in court, U. S officials say, it is still a valuable thing to do. NPR's Ryan Lucas. Thank you. Thank

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Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on Brian Lehrer

Brian Lehrer

02:17 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wnyc" discussed on Brian Lehrer

"WNYC si dot org's for that. Or if you prefer you can call on the phone and talk to an actual person. They know the thank you gift, too. If you're interested in those the number is 888376 W and my C 8883769692 and so happy to have back with me in the studio W and my sis. Hi, right Host of the United States of Anxiety. Hey, Brian, Glad to be here And you know you mentioned those. Thank you gifts. I want to call one of them out. If you make a Donation of $10 per month today, then we're gonna have for you two. There's masks, right? I mean is we're in in the middle of the pandemic, and we're in a time where Not so much about tote bags and mugs, but we need to be able to keep ourselves and our community safe. So we are offering mass We have to W N. Y. C Face Mass. And I got the Miss Face mask. The W N Y. C facemask is red features our logo on the Gotham. This mask is got the Gotham's logo and it's gray, and they're both Meet CDC guidelines. So you have an opportunity to both Keep yourself and your loved ones safe while being proud of your support for the work we do here and the work that you depend upon you have it's for so if you make a donation of $10 a day in dollars per month today, this is the last day for that. You'll get those Massa's well and you'll have some pride in having helped kept us on the air. This is if you can do it. We know a lot of people can't do it this year, so If you can't It's a really crucial time for you to dig in and try to help us do the work that you depend on you. Go to w y si dot org's and click Donate Our call 888376 WNYC. I see that's 888. 3769692 And we have shortened the drive from its usual nine days to just five because of all the information that we do need to convey day by day pandemic related so many things changing even every day. I know they're going to be New rules for the New York area shutdowns the governor Cuomo ordered announced tomorrow and some re openings. We hope as some areas we're making progress, but I'm just saying this is an example of how We're shortening the drive because between all the election information changing so quickly and such an imperative to be informed for that and all the covert information. We're just not going to do a nine day drive as we usually D'oh. But we do need to raise the money. So if you're listener to WN my see on a regular basis, and you get some value from this station, some intellectual value some journalistic value some cultural value some community connection value. And you've never joined us before. As a member of this would be a great time. It would really help a lot and we don't know how many times you're going to be listening. You know, between now and the end of the drive, which already is just three days from now. So if you do get a lot from WNYC, and you've never been a member, maybe this is the drive where you do join us. There's no minimum to become a member. If you make a donation to the station ur WN my C member, and I think that'll feel good if you're a regular listener, So whatever that dollar amount is, that's right for you. Thank you for considering it at 888376 W 8883769692 on a website at WNYC dot or GE. And you know, for both Brian and I and a lot of folks who work for W. I see. One of the best parts of this is is being able to hear from you when you donate and about why you donate so I want to read, read some of the comments we get in Jae from the story in New York from Pistorius says W Has been a Touchstone through the pandemic from Saturday AM Coffee and Wait, Wait, Don't tell me to Brian Lairs daily dulcet tones W C has provided normal seat against a backdrop of the irregular. Trish from Brooklyn, New York, says I love W N. Y. C in general, but because, But I'm a member because Brian Lehrer show is one of the last sane places for information and dialogue in America. 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China Economy Grows 4.9% as Rest of World Struggles With Coronavirus

Morning Edition

04:07 min | 1 d ago

China Economy Grows 4.9% as Rest of World Struggles With Coronavirus

"It's economy grew 4.9% in the latest quarter. It may be the on ly major economy to expand this year, having recovered from the pandemic while the rest of the world deals with continued lockdowns. NPR's Emily Thing has been looking into what China's economic recovery means for the rest of the world. On a recent October afternoon visit Finova's assembly lines in southern Georgia on problems, various machine presses and quality control machines clack away that kind of sounds like a nine inch Nails song. That's Jen Ambrose, one of the engineers Finova, which makes rare earth magnets, the sort that go into the sensors for your car or help operate your iPhone. Finova, like the rest of China is backto work, Construction, manufacturing and automobiles are all booming. And that's good business for the Nova, which mostly cells to North American car plants. Here's Vice President Chirac. There goes me with short hair. You mean elimination time consumer demand is down. But because of the uncertainty about whether there might be a second wave, our clients in North America been stocking up on our components. Back in February, sweetie, it got production going in the middle of China's outbreak. He had to negotiate with dozens of villages to let his workers that have locked down and come back to work. Pressure to keep supplying his multinational clients was huge. You know, it was like a war, our director told us in critical times. If you cannot hold up your end, I'll just find someone else to replace you. Extensive testing and contact tracing have restarted China's economy despite smaller ensuing outbreaks, and so, economists estimate China's yearly GDP growth could be north of 2.5% this year, even as the rest of the world's economy will shrink by at least 4%. Differential will give Chinese companies more market share in greater economic influence from what global steel production dropped. So China share of production can only rise I estimate this year, China will be at 60% of global steel production. This's leasing Trump, the president of a state industry group in June and July, Only China was buying steel because our automobile and construction sectors quickly recovered and because China's economy is recovered earlier in Faster than that of others, including the U. S economy, Its trade surplus this year will widen even more. Michael Herson, China lead at consultancy Eurasia Group says that will exacerbate long running accusations China benefits more from the global economic order the fact that China is back up and running smoothly and in fact, some evidence against that China's actually grabbing market share in export industries will be a cause of concern for US policymakers in particular. Last year, a trade war in a difficult operating environment led some American businesses in China to consider moving some of their supply chains out. But this year, the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai's latest survey found more than 78% of respondents. Has no plans to move operations. What you're seeing now is basically China's stability premium kicking back in in the sense that COS. Now are dealing with a global pandemic and many of the places that they would move production to aren't looking So Rosie right now, China's economic recovery does have its weaknesses. Here's hallway and economics analyst at Beijing. Research from Gavin Cal Dragon Onyx overall is deal on investment from a story and where will have seen what's left behind is mainly the consumption especially for the working people related consumption, meaning there's been growth because China is building bigger factories and warehouses and making more cars. Consumer demand has been weaker. And unlike many countries, including the U. S. China has not given cash payments to its lowest income wage earners, many of whom have not been able to find work after the pandemic That could further throw supply and demand out of sync because the quality will widen again and will weigh down the consumption growth. But for now, China is doing all right. Question is how long it can keep it up. Emily Fang NPR News Joe down China

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Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

"The Socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win Bolivia's presidential election without the need for a runoff. Exit polls suggest he's won more than 52% of the vote. His Nicholas, Russia. If the results predicted by the exit polls are confirmed with SARS is Socialist Party will have made a remarkable comeback on Lee. Last year, It's veteran leader, former President Evo Morales went into exile after an election that was annulled because of fraud allegations. Not yet clear whether Mr Morales will return to Bolivia for the time being, though Mr Darcy has made it clear he'll try to heal the bitter divisions on govern for all Bolivians at the time when the country is facing a difficult economic

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Sudan khalwas: Undercover in the schools that chain boys

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Sudan khalwas: Undercover in the schools that chain boys

"BBC Arabic service investigation into Islamic schools in Sudan has uncovered systematic child abuse boys as young as five chained or beaten by the teachers or shakes. Schools, teach Children to read, Write and memorize the Koran. Mamdu, aka Beak reports Over 18 months we secretly filmed inside 23 Islamic schools throughout Sudan. We found Children where routinely shackled spending days or even weeks and chains to prevent them from running away or a form of punishment. We also saw Children whipped and beaten for making mistakes when reciting the Koran. Many of the Children we saw were malnourished and living in squalid conditions. When we asked Sudan's religious affairs minister to respond to our evidence, he said the government was assessing the state ofthe Islamic schools. BBC news

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Michigan Governor Disturbed by Trump Criticism and 'Lock Her Up' Chants

Freakonomics Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Michigan Governor Disturbed by Trump Criticism and 'Lock Her Up' Chants

"And as the presidential race heads into the final stretch, President Trump is campaigning in critical swing states. Tonight he's holding a rally in Carson City, Nevada after attending a fundraiser in California and is NPR's Barbara Sprint. Reports. Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is accusing Trump of inciting domestic terrorism over comments he made in her state this weekend. Trump held a rally Saturday in Muskegon, Michigan, where he blamed Governor Gretchen Whitmer for imposing what he sees as to severe restrictions during the Corona virus pandemic. His criticism led to a chorus of locker up chance, which Trump did not condemn. In fact, he seemed to egg on his supporters saying, quote, lock them all up. Trump will travel to Arizona Monday, where polls show him trailing former vice President Joe Biden by several percentage points. BARBARA Sprint NPR News

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Whitmer says Trump continues to encourage 'domestic terrorism' with rhetoric

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Whitmer says Trump continues to encourage 'domestic terrorism' with rhetoric

"Governor Gretchen Whitmer is accusing President Trump of inciting domestic terrorism as NPR's Joel Rose reports. Wittmer made the statement today in response to Trump's campaign rhetoric in her state yesterday at a rally in Michigan President Trump criticized Wimmer's efforts to contain the Corona virus, drawing shots of lock her up from the crowd. Trump also made light of a militia groups plot to kidnap the Democratic governor that the FBI says it disrupted earlier this month. Whitmer responded on NBC's Meet the press. The president is at it again and inspiring and inciting. This kind of domestic terrorism. It is wrong. It's got toe end, Whitmer said. The president's rhetoric is dangerous for public servants who are trying to protect their constituents trumps daughter in law. Lara Trump disagrees, She told CNN the president was just quote having fun at a rally. Joel Rose. NPR news

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Costly noncommunicable diseases on rise in developing world

The Splendid Table

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Costly noncommunicable diseases on rise in developing world

"The journal Lancet says poor countries face a rising threat from non communicable disease illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. NPR's Noreen Eisenman reports the University of Washington project dubbed global Burden of Disease. Tracks the causes of death and disability in every country in the world. The good news over the last 20 years, the poorest countries have made enormous progress combating infectious diseases. Unfortunately, that hasn't been matched by progress against non communicable elements like stroke in lung cancer. The result, these potential killers now account for about 66% of the health burden in low to middle income countries. Tariq Eisenman. NPR news voters in

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"Coming into effect. Here's our caucuses Correspondent Ray and Dmitry. This is the second attempt at a cease fire to allow for the exchange of prisoners and the recovery of bodies. But just minutes after the new cease fire went into effect at midnight on Saturday, the Armenian Defense Ministry spokeswoman announced that Azerbaijan was still firing artillery shells and rockets. It had launched an assault near a reservoir close to the Iranian border. Azerbaijan intern accused Armenia off shelling in the direction of Jabra you one of the areas that as very forces had recently recaptured adjacent to the disputed Nagorny Karabakh region. A landslide in central Vietnam has buried at least 22 soldiers leading to a frantic search for survivors. Five bodies have been

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Israel and Bahrain establish formal diplomatic relations

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Israel and Bahrain establish formal diplomatic relations

"And Bahrain are to be officially established at a ceremony in the Bahraini capital Manama later today. Diplomatic agreement is part of a U. S brokered normalization deal established last month, which is already seen. Israel and the United Arab Emirates set up full diplomatic relations as well as commercial air links and trade agreements. Shelly's

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30,000 eviction cases filed in New Jersey since April

Fresh Air Weekend

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

30,000 eviction cases filed in New Jersey since April

"In New Jersey continue stacking up despite the state's ongoing moratorium on anyone getting locked out of their home. WN Y sees Carinae reports Another 6000 evictions were filed in court last month. Pushing the statewide total of landlord tenant cases since April past 30,000. While there's a ban on evictions through the end of the year, landlords are still allowed to start the process by going to court. And records show. About a third of September's filings are from Essex County alone, Governor Phil Murphy has set aside another $12 million in federal aid to help those who can't pay rent. But housing advocates say that to drop in the bucket compared to the several billion dollars that's needed. For now, a bill that would give renters more time to make their monthly payments when the moratorium lifts remain stalled in the Senate. A court order is

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Troll Watch: How Tech Is Cracking Down On Election Disinformation

BBC Newshour

04:23 min | 3 d ago

Troll Watch: How Tech Is Cracking Down On Election Disinformation

"Years ago, Fake news loomed large over the U. S. Presidential election troll farms linked to Russia turned out fictitious stories online and completely made up articles written Well, maybe bite. Macedonian teenagers went viral. It's impossible to know exactly what effect has had on the results, but it certainly was big news. So what is the picture looked like this time around. BBC Trending Sze Sam Jr has been investigating, starting with a chat with a struggling writer from New York State. My name is Colin Munro. Would I work as a freelance writer? I read news all day constantly. Collinwood was delighted to be writing about politics for a new website called Peace Data ahead of this year's U. S election, even though he wasn't getting paid, and the editors of the site were enthusiastic about what he was sending in. They loved it. They were very accepting of my writing who you're dealing with is it was the same person. He has an odd name, but he said he was a no assistant editor to the organization. He had his own linked and things of that nature. It looked legit. But one day recently, he found out the whole thing was a sham. Colin had been writing for a far left new site created and run by Russians. To put all of this in context. Let's roll back the clock For years. Fake news can have really world consequences. Facebook was paid at least $100,000 by Russian troll farms for advertising. The 2016 election was beset by fake news. Completely made up stories apparently produced by Russian organizations and amplified on social media. But this time US citizens have become unwitting foot soldiers in the battle. Recruited by small scale websites run the authorities and Facebook say from Russia. The legitimate looking editors behind the site weren't even really people. So, says disinformation expert Camille Francois Grafica. So if you look very closely add those faces. You realize they're not exactly symmetrical. So sometimes one of the editor would have one earring and then the other earring just didn't match. Those air old Council signs that the picture could have been generated with the technology that a century creates a new face from scratch. The peace data editors were completely made up. They're photos were computer generated constructions. Back in 2016 so called fake news ran rampant with fictional headlines like Pope Endorses Donald Trump. This time around the big social media companies thwarted this operation before it could really pick up steam. But there's a new problem coordinated disinformation campaigns that are entirely homegrown. Isaac Stanley Becker is a reporter for The Washington Post, and over the summer he got a tip off from a concerned relative. Someone got in touch and said that they're teenage nephew in Arizona had been posting really curious messages on social media messages that led them to believe that their family member might have been hacked by the Russians. In fact, the teenager along with many others, was posting on behalf of a right wing American lobby group Turning Point USA for a fee. The messages cast doubt on the severity of the Corona virus pandemic on even spread myths about voter fraud. Money was changing hands. It was nowhere disclosed that this was part of a highly organized but secret is operation. Run by a very well heeled pro charm organization, the marketing firm running the operation was banned from Facebook but turning point themselves avoided punishment. Some point to the discovery of these campaigns as a good news story. Social media firms caught sleeping in 2016 have stepped up their game. But others, including Isaac Stanley, Becca think the spread of falsehoods has become absolutely endemic in American politics. The way we campaign and the way we discussed politics, it's just infuse with disinformation. It's become normal. As one expert put it to me in 2016. We saw Macedonian teenagers being paid to coordinate and conduct. This sort of activity and now patrol farm is in Phoenix. It's right here at home. There's

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New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern wins second term in election landslide

Ask Me Another

01:02 min | 3 d ago

New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern wins second term in election landslide

"In New Zealand resounded Lee handed Prime Minister Jacinda ARD earn a second term in today's national election. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports are Dern's handling of the Corona virus pandemic helped to secure a rare landslide victory for her center left party. With most votes tallied. Prime minister are Dern's Labour Party is projected to win an outright majority of parliamentary seats, making it the first party to govern alone in 24 years are Dern's go hard and go early approach to the pandemic helped crush the virus in New Zealand and propelled her party to victory are Dern's trademark empathy and compassion were the accelerants. In a powerful speech that emphasized the need to see each other's perspectives and an increasingly polarized world are durn reached out with an inclusive Val. We will not take your support for granted. And I can promise you we will be a party that governs for every New Zealand A Julie McCarthy, NPR news

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New 9/11 Judge After Newest One Quits After 2 Weeks

New Yorker Radio Hour

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

New 9/11 Judge After Newest One Quits After 2 Weeks

"Of judges overseeing the 9 11 case of Guantanamo Bay and new judge has been named as NPR's Sasha Fiver reports. The latest judges, Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Matthew McCall. His predecessor at Guantanamo, quit after two weeks on the job before that, a caretaker judge temporarily oversaw the case after the previous judge abruptly retired after less than a year on the bench. Six judges total have now overseeing the 9 11 case in roughly the past two years that frequent personnel turnover reflects how dysfunctional the cases it's been mired in pre trial hearings for years, and at this point, a trial of the five Guantanamo prisoners accused of plotting the September 11 terror attacks. Is unlikely to begin before the 20th anniversary of that day. Sasha Pfeiffer NPR news

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How An Airline Worker Honors Fallen Military Members

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:57 min | 3 d ago

How An Airline Worker Honors Fallen Military Members

"It's time now for story course Military Voices Initiative, which amplifies stories about service members and their families. Today. We'll hear from Brian McConnell. He's been an airline worker for almost four decades. Much of that time he's worked on the ramp. The area where aircraft refueled, boarded and loaded. But Taking on other responsibilities, ones that weren't in his original drop description. Ryan McConnell runs the Delta Honor Guard, a group of volunteers at the Atlanta airport who greet every plane that carries the remains of a fallen military member. That story. Cory sat down with his wife, Nora. To talk about it. How did you get involved with the honor Guard driving across the ramp? One day doing my job. I witnessed some guy's taking care of a fallen soldier, Hannah blue cart with all the logo's from all the military branches. And it should all gave some some gave all And I am and pull over and collect myself as I thought. It was just amazing that total strangers could take care of our military fallen. Can you tell me what you go through to honor these soldiers while the procedures are once I get a notification, I'll notify everybody on the Honor Guard. We have folks who come from all over the airport from the bag points from the gates from maintenance. And even the pilots group. Sometimes there's 20 of us there. Sometimes there's two of us there. But there's always at least someone to meet every fallen that comes into the Atlanta airport. We'll cover the casket with the flag. And as they brought out of the aircraft, the honor guard will march up with flags from each branch of the service. In which time I go to the escort, usually someone from their squadron. Present them with a card, a coin and a prayer to give to the next of kin. What makes you so dedicated to do what you do for all of these soldiers and their families? The number one reason is the right thing to do. These folks have made the ultimate sacrifice and the least we could do is take care of him. My father served 21 years in the air force with a tour of Vietnam. Course you know her son is active in the Air Force, and it's served two deployments to Afghanistan. And heaven forbid, if something ever happened to our son, I would hope that whoever's carrying for him went here for him with the love and respect. And the honor that I will care for their sons and daughters meeting You've always been a staunch supporter of me with the honor guard and I know sometimes it gets trying when you're sitting in the cell phone lot for three hours past my shift or coming in early. We're coming in on days off. But I have never watch. Heard you complain and ah Actually appreciate that. Some people say they have a calling in life. I guess I found mine. Although I have never served. I tell people this is my way of serving.

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Hundreds march in Lebanon to mark year of protests

BBC World Service

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

Hundreds march in Lebanon to mark year of protests

"Activists in Lebanon have called for demonstrations today to mark the first anniversary off a mass protest movement that was triggered by the country's economic collapse on the failure of the political class to deal with it. A movement has seen three prime ministers resign. Pro democracy protesters have taken to the streets of the Thai capital Bangkok for a third day in a row in defines of a ban on gatherings. They've been holding flash more protests in various parts of the city. Authorities have shut down much of the public transport system to try to control the demonstrations.

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:32 min | 4 months ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And on WNYC good evening everyone I'm Brian Lehrer within hours of local coverage of the uprising against police brutality and systemic racism generally specifically this hour what's happening here in New York City and the sanity first if you're tuning in for the special that was originally scheduled for tonight the final episode of our series for graduations and weddings we are postponing it until later in the month we will have that June radio wedding for those of you who can't have one in person right now because of social distancing but it would be an appropriate tonight it's obvious everybody agrees so instead we will convene differently in this eight PM hour tonight and in fact for the rest of the week because I write will host tomorrow night at eight o'clock Alison Stewart will host on Friday night at eight o'clock and me right now and for the second night in a row a curfew has just gone into effect at eight o'clock here in the city we will talk live this hour with W. NYC Gothamist and New York times reporters and with you on the phones we do the special hours very much so you can talk and have other people listen and not just have the media or someone else talk for you so listeners let me invite for our first priority on the phones perhaps two or more generations of people listening right now anyone who's been out protesting today or at anytime in the last week what are you hoping to accomplish can you accomplish it with a curfew in effect did you decide to protest by day and abide by the curfew by night is the curfew a good idea because of the violence that there has been even though the vast majority of protesters have been peaceful people have been protesting in the last week call and tell us what this is been like for you big picture and if you care about the curfew one way or another six four six four three five seventy to eighty is our phone number six four six four three five seventy to eighty and also we invite anyone who has protested for civil rights or racial justice in past years six four six four three five seventy to eighty maybe your not out tonight or this week because it hasn't felt safe for you with code nineteen at your age or for whatever reason or maybe you're older and you were asked this week that's okay too but we want you wisdom how does this compare for you to the protest after Sean bell was killed by police in queens on the morning before his wedding in two thousand six or after entity although was killed by police in the Bronx as he entered his apartment building entrance in the Bronx in nineteen ninety nine or after Martin Luther king was killed in Memphis in nineteen sixty eight or after Bloody Sunday in Alabama in nineteen sixty five or how does it compare to any other time if you've been through this before even in a long time ago through a period of protest let's check six four six four three five seventy to eighty for anyone in any of those groups six four six four three five seventy to eighty anyone who's been out protesting today or anytime in the last week anyone has.

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Minnesota worries for her teenage son and is calling for change tune into the story on ninety three point nine FM AMA twenty or just ask your smart speaker to play W. NYC it is sixty eight degrees now mostly cloudy maybe a sprinkle before midnight and an overnight low fifty seven a mostly cloudy Tuesday seventy three and isolated sprinkles possible later in the morning this is W. NYC it's eight o'clock this is WNYC FM HD and A. M. New York America are we ready this is a national call in about racism violence policing and our futures together from WNYC in New York and Minnesota public radio hi right and I'm Brian Lehrer tonight more than three hundred public radio stations are airing this program because the need for national conversation is that urgent if you've been out protesting the lines will be open for you first let's listen to one another there is just so much at stake an uprising a pandemic in a presidential election America if we're not ready we have to get there and fast sure we'll start in five minutes right after the latest news live from NPR news I'm Jack Speer president Donald Trump says he is prepared to send the military into shot down protests.

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"WNYC is supported by Sony Pictures classics presenting never look away, a new film inspired by real events about a young art student who is unknowingly connected to his girlfriend's father through a crime committed long ago coming soon to theaters the president said I want to deliver the state of the union speech speaker of the house said to the president in billion counter moves said to which miss Pelosi said, Nope, he said fine. I want the president was last seen trying to pick up the White House and go home. I'm Peter will join us as we discussed tactics with NFL great, not Dilmun on this week's wait. Wait, don't tell me this morning in eleven WNYC. This is weekend edition on WNYC. Good morning. I'm David I coming up next. We ask former homeland security secretary Michael Chertoff if domestic security operations were damaged by the partial government shutdown and still ahead. The government says asylum seekers at the port of entry in San Diego will be returned to Mexico to await their day in US immigration court at the border crossing on Friday. No one was returned. We'll have those stories and much more. Still ahead this hour of weekend edition here on WNYC and coming up later this morning on the New Yorker radio hour the story of an exonerated, man. And his fight for Justice from the prosecutors who sent him to death row that is coming up this morning at ten o'clock on ninety three point nine FM, the New Yorker radio hour, and that of course is followed by wait. Wait, don't tell me that starts at eleven o'clock..

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Murphy on WNYC. This is all of it with Alison Stewart on WNYC. Thank you so much for listening. This is the very first episode of all of it. And we appreciate you. Joining us here for our normal broadcast. The truth is getting a show like this off the ground is going to be a process, we're going to evolve. Learn bro. One thing. I know for sure is the show you here a year from now is likely going to sound quite different from what you're hearing today. That's what happens show's kickoff. We learned the job. What works. What doesn't to prove this to you? We're gonna take a stroll through the WNYC archives allow me to introduce you WNYC chief archivist Andy Lancet, Andy thank you for being with us. Thank you. We hope you get. This is the first of many appearances on the show you've been digging through the archives. First of all for people who don't understand what the WNYC archives. Are. What are they? Okay. Well, our primary mission is to save WNYC in w q x our broadcast that is for NYC going back to the twenties for w Kirk are back to the nineteen thirties. We help producers find archive materials for their productions with catalog. We store materials we do preservation work on all the old analog obsolete. Digital formats. We want to make them available because otherwise, you know, no one's going to be playing that old tape anymore. So it's gotta be in a digital form. So you said the nineteen twenty s what do you think people can learn by dipping into these archives and listening to this old audio? Well, we we learn what we learn from history in general. And in this case, we have these actual sonic bits of the captured pass that bits frozen in time. A couple of them you brought for us just to give you a little bit of a flavor of what's available a former first lady in an unusual role. Tell me about this first clip. Well, Eleanor Roosevelt was in the studio with some children. They it was a promotional program for the March of dimes, and she was taking requests from the kids to an this case she was playing a lot of Elvis records. Let's hear Eleanor Roosevelt is DJ. Well, now joy, what would you like me to play at your? Thank you. Please play love me. And who do what I have singing Elvis Presley? Hi. Ooh..

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"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

Only Human

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

"It's the summer of two thousand seventeen. The rapper prodigy is on stage with his hip hop group, mob deep. They're performing in front of a packed Las Vegas crowd. But after the show. Prodigy isn't feeling so great. He goes back to his hotel to arrest and three days later, everybody's under phone. His friends start getting these calls? No fucking way possible. He's dead. He's on tour right now. He's doing this show. I refuse to believe this. She, what are you talking about. Soon as. He. The real this a new podcast from WNYC studios. We're gonna look at the life and death of Albert prodigy Johnson, how he rose to become a rap icon and how he's been a lifetime fighting sickle cell anemia malate before by would just pain like sickle cell with my life before. You know what I mean? It's mean really have no life that was it all going up and just that's, that's all I knew was being fucking hospital time. Caused him years of suffering. Baby in bed. Like I probably wouldn't even one yet. My leg stomach back on it would be heavy and it's what landed him in the hospital where he died. I'm just being in a hospital, seeing lights, and people need everybody looking down. There are tens of thousands of Americans with sickle cell anemia. Most of them are black outside terrible emergency room experiences. In many ways, prodigy story is their story too. I was a little kid like they would like me in the back and threaten to call the cops showed up like stuff like that. This is a podcast about race and institutional neglect. It's about who gets care in this country and why he was like sitting in the chair, I guess. No. I guess. No me like feel like my bones burning. Prodigy transform that pain into hardcore hip hop. I got a rat named rap groups called hall. His music was often raw violent in your face. He was also honest reflection of the world around him. Shoulder, you hear you could tell. I don't wanna hear that. Turn at this too hot to months or whatever. What if you really listen to the words is a serious mention in everything sewn on me. Prodigies voice is the sound of hip hop to me. Not saying he's the greatest rapper. I'm just saying he's, he is the embodiment of hip hop. As a pellet, you know, for his whole life and very few people have ever seen such a a trial, let them unstoppable drive. If you really wanna know, prodigy his life, his music, you have to get his pain first time. I actually got to ask them about why James, this is how I heard. He was like, I was in the hospital, man, you know, I was on up. You know, I was like, rather than get all excited or whatever. He said, I'm going to talk to each naked. The real nece drops on July nineteenth, subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen until then peace.

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"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

Only Human

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

"It's the summer of two thousand seventeen. The rapper prodigy is on stage with his hip hop group, mob deep. They're performing in front of a packed Las Vegas crowd. But after the show. Prodigy isn't feeling so great. He goes back to his hotel to arrest and three days later, everybody's under phone. His friends start getting these calls? No fucking way possible. He's dead. He's on tour right now. He's doing this show. I refuse to believe this. She, what are you talking about. Soon as. He. The real this a new podcast from WNYC studios. We're gonna look at the life and death of Albert prodigy Johnson, how he rose to become a rap icon and how he's been a lifetime fighting sickle cell anemia malate before by would just pain like sickle cell with my life before. You know what I mean? It's mean really have no life that was it all going up and just that's, that's all I knew was being fucking hospital time. Caused him years of suffering. Baby in bed. Like I probably wouldn't even one yet. My leg stomach back on it would be heavy and it's what landed him in the hospital where he died. I'm just being in a hospital, seeing lights, and people need everybody looking down. There are tens of thousands of Americans with sickle cell anemia. Most of them are black outside terrible emergency room experiences. In many ways, prodigy story is their story too. I was a little kid like they would like me in the back and threaten to call the cops showed up like stuff like that. This is a podcast about race and institutional neglect. It's about who gets care in this country and why he was like sitting in the chair, I guess. No. I guess. No me like feel like my bones burning. Prodigy transform that pain into hardcore hip hop. I got a rat named rap groups called hall. His music was often raw violent in your face. He was also honest reflection of the world around him. Shoulder, you hear you could tell. I don't wanna hear that. Turn at this too hot to months or whatever. What if you really listen to the words is a serious mention in everything sewn on me. Prodigies voice is the sound of hip hop to me. Not saying he's the greatest rapper. I'm just saying he's, he is the embodiment of hip hop. As a pellet, you know, for his whole life and very few people have ever seen such a a trial, let them unstoppable drive. If you really wanna know, prodigy his life, his music, you have to get his pain first time. I actually got to ask them about why James, this is how I heard. He was like, I was in the hospital, man, you know, I was on up. You know, I was like, rather than get all excited or whatever. He said, I'm going to talk to each naked. The real nece drops on July nineteenth, subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen until then peace.

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"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

Only Human

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

"It's the summer of two thousand seventeen. The rapper prodigy is on stage with his hip hop group, mob deep. They're performing in front of a packed Las Vegas crowd. But after the show. Prodigy isn't feeling so great. He goes back to his hotel to arrest and three days later, everybody's under phone. His friends start getting these calls? No fucking way possible. He's dead. He's on tour right now. He's doing this show. I refuse to believe this. She, what are you talking about. Soon as. He. The real this a new podcast from WNYC studios. We're gonna look at the life and death of Albert prodigy Johnson, how he rose to become a rap icon and how he's been a lifetime fighting sickle cell anemia malate before by would just pain like sickle cell with my life before. You know what I mean? It's mean really have no life that was it all going up and just that's, that's all I knew was being fucking hospital time. Caused him years of suffering. Baby in bed. Like I probably wouldn't even one yet. My leg stomach back on it would be heavy and it's what landed him in the hospital where he died. I'm just being in a hospital, seeing lights, and people need everybody looking down. There are tens of thousands of Americans with sickle cell anemia. Most of them are black outside terrible emergency room experiences. In many ways, prodigy story is their story too. I was a little kid like they would like me in the back and threaten to call the cops showed up like stuff like that. This is a podcast about race and institutional neglect. It's about who gets care in this country and why he was like sitting in the chair, I guess. No. I guess. No me like feel like my bones burning. Prodigy transform that pain into hardcore hip hop. I got a rat named rap groups called hall. His music was often raw violent in your face. He was also honest reflection of the world around him. Shoulder, you hear you could tell. I don't wanna hear that. Turn at this too hot to months or whatever. What if you really listen to the words is a serious mention in everything sewn on me. Prodigies voice is the sound of hip hop to me. Not saying he's the greatest rapper. I'm just saying he's, he is the embodiment of hip hop. As a pellet, you know, for his whole life and very few people have ever seen such a a trial, let them unstoppable drive. If you really wanna know, prodigy his life, his music, you have to get his pain first time. I actually got to ask them about why James, this is how I heard. He was like, I was in the hospital, man, you know, I was on up. You know, I was like, rather than get all excited or whatever. He said, I'm going to talk to each naked. The real nece drops on July nineteenth, subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen until then peace.

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"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

Only Human

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

"It's the summer of two thousand seventeen. The rapper prodigy is on stage with his hip hop group, mob deep. They're performing in front of a packed Las Vegas crowd. But after the show. Prodigy isn't feeling so great. He goes back to his hotel to arrest and three days later, everybody's under phone. His friends start getting these calls? No fucking way possible. He's dead. He's on tour right now. He's doing this show. I refuse to believe this. She, what are you talking about. Soon as. He. The real this a new podcast from WNYC studios. We're gonna look at the life and death of Albert prodigy Johnson, how he rose to become a rap icon and how he's been a lifetime fighting sickle cell anemia malate before by would just pain like sickle cell with my life before. You know what I mean? It's mean really have no life that was it all going up and just that's, that's all I knew was being fucking hospital time. Caused him years of suffering. Baby in bed. Like I probably wouldn't even one yet. My leg stomach back on it would be heavy and it's what landed him in the hospital where he died. I'm just being in a hospital, seeing lights, and people need everybody looking down. There are tens of thousands of Americans with sickle cell anemia. Most of them are black outside terrible emergency room experiences. In many ways, prodigy story is their story too. I was a little kid like they would like me in the back and threaten to call the cops showed up like stuff like that. This is a podcast about race and institutional neglect. It's about who gets care in this country and why he was like sitting in the chair, I guess. No. I guess. No me like feel like my bones burning. Prodigy transform that pain into hardcore hip hop. I got a rat named rap groups called hall. His music was often raw violent in your face. He was also honest reflection of the world around him. Shoulder, you hear you could tell. I don't wanna hear that. Turn at this too hot to months or whatever. What if you really listen to the words is a serious mention in everything sewn on me. Prodigies voice is the sound of hip hop to me. Not saying he's the greatest rapper. I'm just saying he's, he is the embodiment of hip hop. As a pellet, you know, for his whole life and very few people have ever seen such a a trial, let them unstoppable drive. If you really wanna know, prodigy his life, his music, you have to get his pain first time. I actually got to ask them about why James, this is how I heard. He was like, I was in the hospital, man, you know, I was on up. You know, I was like, rather than get all excited or whatever. He said, I'm going to talk to each naked. The real nece drops on July nineteenth, subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen until then peace.

Albert prodigy Johnson James Las Vegas WNYC studios seeing lights apple three days
"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

Only Human

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

"It's the summer of two thousand seventeen. The rapper prodigy is on stage with his hip hop group, mob deep. They're performing in front of a packed Las Vegas crowd. But after the show. Prodigy isn't feeling so great. He goes back to his hotel to arrest and three days later, everybody's under phone. His friends start getting these calls? No fucking way possible. He's dead. He's on tour right now. He's doing this show. I refuse to believe this. She, what are you talking about. Soon as. He. The real this a new podcast from WNYC studios. We're gonna look at the life and death of Albert prodigy Johnson, how he rose to become a rap icon and how he's been a lifetime fighting sickle cell anemia malate before by would just pain like sickle cell with my life before. You know what I mean? It's mean really have no life that was it all going up and just that's, that's all I knew was being fucking hospital time. Caused him years of suffering. Baby in bed. Like I probably wouldn't even one yet. My leg stomach back on it would be heavy and it's what landed him in the hospital where he died. I'm just being in a hospital, seeing lights, and people need everybody looking down. There are tens of thousands of Americans with sickle cell anemia. Most of them are black outside terrible emergency room experiences. In many ways, prodigy story is their story too. I was a little kid like they would like me in the back and threaten to call the cops showed up like stuff like that. This is a podcast about race and institutional neglect. It's about who gets care in this country and why he was like sitting in the chair, I guess. No. I guess. No me like feel like my bones burning. Prodigy transform that pain into hardcore hip hop. I got a rat named rap groups called hall. His music was often raw violent in your face. He was also honest reflection of the world around him. Shoulder, you hear you could tell. I don't wanna hear that. Turn at this too hot to months or whatever. What if you really listen to the words is a serious mention in everything sewn on me. Prodigies voice is the sound of hip hop to me. Not saying he's the greatest rapper. I'm just saying he's, he is the embodiment of hip hop. As a pellet, you know, for his whole life and very few people have ever seen such a a trial, let them unstoppable drive. If you really wanna know, prodigy his life, his music, you have to get his pain first time. I actually got to ask them about why James, this is how I heard. He was like, I was in the hospital, man, you know, I was on up. You know, I was like, rather than get all excited or whatever. He said, I'm going to talk to each naked. The real nece drops on July nineteenth, subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen until then peace.

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"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

Only Human

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

"It's the summer of two thousand seventeen. The rapper prodigy is on stage with his hip hop group, mob deep. They're performing in front of a packed Las Vegas crowd. But after the show. Prodigy isn't feeling so great. He goes back to his hotel to arrest and three days later, everybody's under phone. His friends start getting these calls? No fucking way possible. He's dead. He's on tour right now. He's doing this show. I refuse to believe this. She, what are you talking about. Soon as. He. The real this a new podcast from WNYC studios. We're gonna look at the life and death of Albert prodigy Johnson, how he rose to become a rap icon and how he's been a lifetime fighting sickle cell anemia malate before by would just pain like sickle cell with my life before. You know what I mean? It's mean really have no life that was it all going up and just that's, that's all I knew was being fucking hospital time. Caused him years of suffering. Baby in bed. Like I probably wouldn't even one yet. My leg stomach back on it would be heavy and it's what landed him in the hospital where he died. I'm just being in a hospital, seeing lights, and people need everybody looking down. There are tens of thousands of Americans with sickle cell anemia. Most of them are black outside terrible emergency room experiences. In many ways, prodigy story is their story too. I was a little kid like they would like me in the back and threaten to call the cops showed up like stuff like that. This is a podcast about race and institutional neglect. It's about who gets care in this country and why he was like sitting in the chair, I guess. No. I guess. No me like feel like my bones burning. Prodigy transform that pain into hardcore hip hop. I got a rat named rap groups called hall. His music was often raw violent in your face. He was also honest reflection of the world around him. Shoulder, you hear you could tell. I don't wanna hear that. Turn at this too hot to months or whatever. What if you really listen to the words is a serious mention in everything sewn on me. Prodigies voice is the sound of hip hop to me. Not saying he's the greatest rapper. I'm just saying he's, he is the embodiment of hip hop. As a pellet, you know, for his whole life and very few people have ever seen such a a trial, let them unstoppable drive. If you really wanna know, prodigy his life, his music, you have to get his pain first time. I actually got to ask them about why James, this is how I heard. He was like, I was in the hospital, man, you know, I was on up. You know, I was like, rather than get all excited or whatever. He said, I'm going to talk to each naked. The real nece drops on July nineteenth, subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen until then peace.

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"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

Only Human

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on Only Human

"It's the summer of two thousand seventeen. The rapper prodigy is on stage with his hip hop group, mob deep. They're performing in front of a packed Las Vegas crowd. But after the show. Prodigy isn't feeling so great. He goes back to his hotel to arrest and three days later, everybody's under phone. His friends start getting these calls? No fucking way possible. He's dead. He's on tour right now. He's doing this show. I refuse to believe this. She, what are you talking about. Soon as. He. The real this a new podcast from WNYC studios. We're gonna look at the life and death of Albert prodigy Johnson, how he rose to become a rap icon and how he's been a lifetime fighting sickle cell anemia malate before by would just pain like sickle cell with my life before. You know what I mean? It's mean really have no life that was it all going up and just that's, that's all I knew was being fucking hospital time. Caused him years of suffering. Baby in bed. Like I probably wouldn't even one yet. My leg stomach back on it would be heavy and it's what landed him in the hospital where he died. I'm just being in a hospital, seeing lights, and people need everybody looking down. There are tens of thousands of Americans with sickle cell anemia. Most of them are black outside terrible emergency room experiences. In many ways, prodigy story is their story too. I was a little kid like they would like me in the back and threaten to call the cops showed up like stuff like that. This is a podcast about race and institutional neglect. It's about who gets care in this country and why he was like sitting in the chair, I guess. No. I guess. No me like feel like my bones burning. Prodigy transform that pain into hardcore hip hop. I got a rat named rap groups called hall. His music was often raw violent in your face. He was also honest reflection of the world around him. Shoulder, you hear you could tell. I don't wanna hear that. Turn at this too hot to months or whatever. What if you really listen to the words is a serious mention in everything sewn on me. Prodigies voice is the sound of hip hop to me. Not saying he's the greatest rapper. I'm just saying he's, he is the embodiment of hip hop. As a pellet, you know, for his whole life and very few people have ever seen such a a trial, let them unstoppable drive. If you really wanna know, prodigy his life, his music, you have to get his pain first time. I actually got to ask them about why James, this is how I heard. He was like, I was in the hospital, man, you know, I was on up. You know, I was like, rather than get all excited or whatever. He said, I'm going to talk to each naked. The real nece drops on July nineteenth, subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen until then peace.

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Johnny mathis from a record that was called simply warm and it is as advertised but it also works on an early july evening stars twinkle and johnny mathis serenade audra mcdonald before that with her operatic chops in the great song make someone happy paul cavalcante on ninety three point nine fm wnyc if you're planning on getting rid of your old car in the coming months please consider donating it to wnyc we'll turn that old car into the in depth news reporting and programs you count on donating your car is a great way to support wnyc and you'll get a tax deduction at the same time we'll even tow it away for free find out more about how to donate your car at wnyc dot org slash car wnyc supporters include atlantic health system committed to improving the health of communities in northern new jersey and creating a trusted network of caring from home care to medical appointments to hospitalization and more info at atlantichealth dot org slash wnyc on this week's on the media a look at humanity's ancient and everlasting drinking problem and how one scientist have cooked up a new synthetic solution realize it was substances out there that actually could replicate some of the positive effects of alcohol but be much much less harmful a toast to progress on the next on the media from wnyc tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three point nine fm.

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sunday mornings at eleven on 939 fm wnyc this is wnyc 939 fm and hd new york one kim mm one and one yeah two no.

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"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"wnyc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On wnyc you're listening to marketplace on wnyc coming up next it's all things considered with the tragedy at a florida a nursing home in the wake of erma a postcard from venezuela and the latest on tax reform up next this is marketplace i'm car raised all you know that classic line from bunk clausewitz 'war is politics by other means here's another one it's for me economics is politics by other means to china is getting ready to sell two billion dollars worth of bonds this month knocked the chinese women be equivalent of two billion dollars but bonds denominated in american greenback something you'd hasn't done in years marketplace's rebel ashore explains what gifts if investors by bonds from china using us dollars it means those investors are lending those dollars to china so when china says its offering dollar bronze it saying it wants to borrow dollars the question is why charter that need this money yukon huang is at the carnegie endowment you want to know how many dollars china's word up three creatine dollars of reservists so what is china up to china liverpool need the money but it made famous among the international investment community friends issoire precise teaches at cornell china lost a lot of investor friends over the past year when it's currency depreciated ended imposed controls on money leaving the country bonn mall if uh if the way of building relationships with the international community saying we can give you a good year regan give you fifty it's basically a symbolic move to say china is cool china's mature china will give you your money back now there's another reason china is borrowing dollars even though doesn't actually need dollars brad setzer is with the council on foreign relations it is doing that in order almost certainly affect a benchmark in the market how much should have chinese business have to pay in interest if it wants to borrow dollars i don't know nobody really knows this is a way to find out what ever yield the markets sets for these chinese government dollar bonds that's going to be the base line for what other entities.

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