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"world report" Discussed on WTOP
"Saturday afternoon on Minnesota Avenue a block from Benning Road. The man later died. The women sustained non life threatening injuries, but they turned out not to be the only victims in the shooting. Later, a second man, 1/4 victim with non life threatening gunshot wounds, went to a hospital on his own. The dead man is identified as 28 year old Lester Howard off Southie. Just Liz Cheney, who was ousted from her GOP House leadership role this past week, now says she will do everything she can to keep President Trump out of the White House. And it has people again. Talking about a split in the Republican Party. Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report joined our John Aaron to talk about what Cheney can do. Well, she can't really do a lot, but she can be a thorn in the side of the party. Which is the role that she seems to be very comfortable playing. I don't expect that Liz Cheney will back off. She's talking about keeping former President Trump away from the Oval Office. So she's gonna try to continue to be a leader in the anti Trump wing of the party. But it's a very small compared to the If you see in the polls where most Republicans are, they want Trump to be the leader of the party. And that is true for members of Congress as well in the Republican Party, so I think she can really only to play a limited role nationally, but she is a very tough politician, and I think she will do that quite effectively. Meanwhile, this ongoing Israeli Palestinian flare up is presenting a new test for the Biden administration. What does its approach to the situation appear to be well, you know, dividing administration is dealing with One a one crisis after 100 now and the situation between the Israelis and the Palestinians is one of them. There's an interesting story in the New York Times today, which I'd call your listeners attention to talking about what went on behind the scenes that we didn't pay a lot of attention to that led to this violence and a lot of things that happened over there. Really led to building of the tensions that we've seen for a long time. And those enmities that a very historic and ancient in that region between the Israelis and the Palestinians are back in full force. They never really went away, even though the Trump administration claimed credit for some records that were promising, But it's obvious now that these underlying tensions in the region really were always there. Think Divide administration has to walk a difficult line here. Americans really are not in the mood for a lot of entanglements overseas. You see that in the popularity of President Biden's Decision to withdraw forces from Afghanistan. And so I think the administration is going to try to exert leadership to try toe camp down the hostilities over there, but it's going to be very, very difficult to do and I think the Biden administration is going to try their portray itself is trying to help but realizing that There's a limit to what Americans could do and what the American president can do. And to put Americans minds at ease that the administration is not going to further entangle Americans, particularly in the use of the military over there. I think that's A prime goal that President Biden has that We're going to try to help diplomatically. But that's about as far as it'll go. Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. Here's Christina Win the executive director of the Department of Economic Development for Prince William County, Virginia. On the catch the innovation Syriza's sponsored by Prince William County Economic Development. More than 20 years, Prince William County is strategically invested in the bio science industry. We expanded upon that foundation with our science accelerator about 10 years ago to foster the growth of new life.
Fresh update on "world report" discussed on KLIF Specialty Programming
"Most and happens first in the world of wellness, and we're thankful to have Dr Douglas Howard join us each week. He is the innovator and the creator, the originator. I should say of balance of nature, thankful to have them. Of doing this, because we're able to take a look at the headlines of wellness in the news and then, uh, apply it directly and Dr Howard, thank you for joining us. Once again. The Daily News, the U. S News and World report putting out a story actually, just a few minutes before we went on the air that says about half of all American adults have one or more preventable, diet related chronic diseases. These include cardiovascular type two diabetes obesity. Um, and they say that, according to the.
Kia tells 380,000 vehicle owners to park outside due to fire risk
"News, as Kia is urging drivers of certain models to park their vehicles outside and replace their fuses. The 2017 through 21, Kia sport, itches and 17 through 19 cadenzas there being recalled due to a fire risk. Could be a short in the electronic brake control unit that could potentially cause excessive current. Kia says. At this point, they have no real world reports of fires or injuries. That's
Fresh update on "world report" discussed on KLIF Specialty Programming
"Matters most and happens first in the world of wellness, and we're thankful to have Dr Douglas Howard join us each week. He is the innovator and the creator, the originator. I should say of balance of nature, thankful to have them. Of doing this because we're able to take a look at the headlines of wellness in the news and then, uh, apply it directly and Dr Howard. Thank you for joining us once again. The daily the U. S News and World report putting out a story actually, just a few minutes before we went on the air that says about half of all American adults have one or more preventable, diet related chronic diseases. These include cardiovascular type two diabetes obesity. Um, and they say that, according to the.
"world report" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"High performing by U. S News and World Report. Welcome back to selected shorts. I'm a leak, potentially Our final story. Everyday Use is by Alice Walker. She is best known for her touching debut novel, the Color Purple, for which he won the National Book Award. This enduring writer has produced works ranging from meditations to manifestos, including possessing the secret of joy. You can't keep a good woman down. And we are the ones we have been waiting for. Everyday use was first published in Harper's and has become a much anthologized keystone in African American literature. It's also a favorite story from our archives that we're delighted to be sharing again. Everyday use is a deceptively simple tale told by a deceptively simple woman about her two very different daughters. He wanted a true talent to pull off this great tale, and we got one. Reader is the distinguished actor dancer and choreographer Carmen Delobel. Odd Okay? Will wait for her in the yard that Maggie and I made so clean and wavy yesterday afternoon. A yard like this is more comfortable than most people know. It's not just a yard. It's like an extended living room. In the hard, clear, swept clean as a floor and the fine sand around the edges line with tiny, irregular grooves. Anyone can come and sit And look up into the elm tree and wait for the breezes that never come inside the house. Maggie will be nervous until after her sister goes. She will stand hopelessly in corners, homely and ashamed of the burn scars down her arms and legs. I am her sister with a mixture of envy. And all. She thinks so. Sister has held life always in the palm of one hand, and that no is a word The world never learned to say to her. No doubt Seeing those TV shows where the child who has made it is confronted as a surprise by her own mother and father, tottering in weekly from backstage. Pleasant surprise. Of course. What would they do? The parent and child came on the show only to curse out an insult each other. On TV, mother and child embrace and smile into each other's faces. Sometimes mother and father weep. Child, wraps them in his arms and leans across the table to tell how he would not have made it without their help. Have seen these programs. Sometimes. Dream, a dream in which D and suddenly brought together on a TV program of this sort. Out of a dark and soft seated limousine. I'm ushered into a bright room filled with many people. There are meet a smiling grace 40 man like Johnny Carson, who shakes my hand and tells me what a fine girl I have. And we're on the stage and D's embracing me with tears in her eyes. She pins on my dress on large orchid, even though she has told me once that she thinks organs a tacky flowers. In real life. I'm a large big bone woman with rough man working hands..
McConnell says Trump was "practically and morally responsible" for Washington, DC riot after voting not guilty
"Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell delivered a scalding denunciation of former President Trump calling him morally responsible for the attack on the U. S Capitol. But before that, of course, he voted not guilty in the president's impeachment trial. Joining us for more is Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. Can it looks like that High wire act continues for many Republicans and their relationship with the former president. Well, it does. And you know, this basically is a rebuke to President Trump because It was 57 to 43 vote to find him guilty of inciting the insurrection, But it failed to reach the 67 votes two thirds needed to convict. So it was a majority vote, including seven Republicans. Of course, what it is basically, it's it's sort of an outcome without a conclusion and It's um there's still a special congressional commission that's going to proceed to look at the events of January 6th when the capital was invaded. At the state level their investigations of President Trump's conduct and trying to overturn the election in Georgia and in New York. So This really has not resolved very much, And there's a lot of sense of disappointment really around Washington as to how this has all come out. Wasn't worth doing. And, of course, this such a ferocious partisanship in the air that, um, the House managers and the Democrats who pushed this field was worth doing because President Trump needed to be rebuked. But of course, he was not convicted. And so a ZAY say there's just the sense that this is, um This does not really resolve anything and that we're just as polarized as we had been with President Trump with the center of that of former President Trump in the center of that. And, um, we're gonna be talking about this, Uh, for well into the future. Did you find it interesting, though, that McConnell pointed specifically to criminal courts is a possible future forum for this kind of thing for the president. The former president? Yes. Yes, he did, And he sure almost invited that to happen. On But, you know, they're just step back and look a historically, um, in our first um, really two centuries we have one impeachment of Andrew Johnson 18 68. Ah, then, 130 years later, we had, um The beginning of appeared where we had three Bill Clinton. In 1998 and then Donald Trump twice in 2019 2021. So what's happened is that I think, partly because the presidency has gotten so powerful, and there's an effort in Congress to rein it in. And partly because we have become so partisan on polarized as a country, impeachment has become not the rare process that the founders envisioned, but something that's used as a As a weapon by both parties really against the sitting president. So we've had three impeachments now since 1998. And that's a really a remarkable historical development that impeachment has become. More of a regular eyes thing in our country. And as I say, three of them since
Hedge Fund Makes Millions on GameStop
"Turning to washington and the latest on the game stop frenzy treasury secretary. Janet yellen is said to meet with top regulators. Today to discuss the many issues that have emerged. This initial meeting will include officials from the sec and the fed according to former officials and analysts. The discussion is unlikely to reach any conclusions on whether the activity points to risks to financial stability or the need for regulatory changes. It wasn't just individual investors making a lot of money on game stops rally in a wall street journal exclusive world reporting one hedge fund in particular made a profit of nearly seven hundred million dollars joining me now with more on how this came to be as markets reporter caitlin ostrov. She is in london. Good morning caitlin. Wanting mark caitlyn so much of the movement upward has been propelled by day traders but some hedge fund managers actually bet on the stock rising. Yeah so you've had this narrative of on forms like it's wall street bets that come about of you know all of the little guys of the day traders kind of taking on these hedge funds better holistically betting that stocks like games talk will wind up falling but not everything has always as clear. Cut in black and white in some hedge. Funds also took this contrarian view that may be the market was being a little too beating up on games talk and so you actually had one hedge fund some best which actually started at on of games top. You know at the end of last year. September october and turned into profit of nearly seven hundred million for them because they start buying wind chairs were close to ten dollars and they sold when they were close to four hundred and caitlyn. We've seen a lot of volatility with game stock and others. What has been like this week. Yes performance for a lot of the so-called robinhood stocks the stocks that are very heavily favored by day traders We've been less strong moves this week than we did last week. you know. We had shares of games. Top shooting up over one hundred percent in a single day and now trading is a little bit more rangebound between you know maybe five and twenty percent that is obviously still vividly high volatility. But it does show that maybe some of this valley is losing a little bit of steam or a little bit of momentum ceylan ostrov thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me
Biden signs executive orders addressing the economy
"Biden has turned to executive orders in his first days of office says he looks to address the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic. He's also pursuing a massive coronavirus aid bill Can Walsh White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report joined w. T. O. P S John Aaron to break down Biden's first few days in office and some of the past presidents he resembles well particular FDR going back a long way to 1933 when he first became president. He had a huge depression to deal with the worst economic calamity we've ever had, and his philosophy was similar to what Biden seems to be doing action action action. The country wanted the president to do something to act boldly. And you seeing that with President Biden again today with executive orders. They're going to continue indefinitely pushing this $1.9 trillion stimulus bill moving to try many different things to get the economy corrected, but mostly to get the coronavirus under control and to get the vaccines out. That's his first priority right now. And probably should be given how difficult that issue is for people to deal with very quickly on Lyndon Johnson. Of course, he took over after President Kennedy was assassinated. He also wanted to show action himself, particularly in areas of diversity and racial justice with writing is also doing so. I would say those two presidents come to mind and you see a lot of echoes in what Biden is doing when you compare them to Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson. The president, of course pitches himself is a compromise or experienced in the Senate. But we're hearing that some Republicans say there's no way they're gonna go for some of the elements and at one point trillion $1.9 trillion.8 bills. So where does this go? I think the thing we have to remember here, of course, is that this is vital opening bid in his attempt to get a lot of this legislation through. He's been around a long time. 36 years in the Senate years as vice president, he is known as a guy who knows how the Congress works. And so I think we have to realize that this is his the start of the neck. Negotiations started the deal making there are not good signs from the Republicans that they'll go along with him. There's a lot of pushback of the same time he's getting the sense from the left on his in his party to push further in government activism, and so on, So it is a difficult line. He's walking here, but I think That there's the potential particularly initially here that he will come to some kind of a compromise. It'll be difficult, but what he's got out there now is sort of the whistle ist. I think when he gets to the real bargaining, I think he's gonna have to borrow back off from a lot of that. But I think it's possible
"Pandemic" Pet Adoption - Always Great No Matter When It Happens
"I was in a new apartment in a new city after just having broken up with a partner of ten years. I didn't leave my home. I had very little outside contact with anybody. Virtual or otherwise. I was all alone for the first time a very long time. I became even more introvert than i'd ever been before. Feeling sadness sorrow and kind of use on a daily basis. Let me just say that. I am inherently a cat person. But i was compelled to do everything the opposite way of. How about my life up until that point. The all quote. Nothing is working this way. So i'll do it the opposite and see what happens. It can't get much worse in quote. That was my line and my way of thinking at that time. We'll in october of two thousand eighteen. My precious cat when he had just passed away. It was very sad. And so i thought briefly about waiting on getting another pet altogether. Maybe i'll just wait. It was just so painful to imagine going through the worry and commitment. And plus i had just start to travel a little bit more but somehow i didn't dismiss it as the weeks went by. I saw an ad on pet finder dot com for a dog named frank and the ad it stayed that frank was quote body sensitive in quote in other words he was a biter. But guess what that did not deter me. As i read the ad i learnt that he had been in a few bad homes been rejected and returned to the shelter. But the ad also said that wants the bonding phase was established. He'd be a companion for life. I was intrigued as ended up. I wouldn't be all alone for the rest of my life. Like i thought i would. Happy ending for franken me for sure. But here's another pet story. That's just as cool on. Us news and world report. I found this doctor. Liz dare a family medicine. Physician in western massachusetts had wanted to adopt a dog but she hadn't quite found the right time to do it with work travel and other commitments. They're just never seemed to be a great time to adopt a pet and her two cats kept her company. Well enough with fewer knees dog. And isn't that the truth. But in mid-march the world changed when the coronavirus pandemic was declared overnight workplaces closed and like many other people. Liz began working from home. A lot offering visits with patients. Virtually from their homes. Having a dog would help stave off some of the isolation that accompanied the radical change and it is radical in lifestyle so many of us have had to cope with since the coronavirus pandemic began. She says i'm single. And i live by myself so it felt like a really right time for me. Well according to its july seventeenth twenty twenty covid nineteen impact report. The number of dogs and cat adoptions. Were actually down. Twenty seven percent when compared to the same time period a year ago. but foster's were up nine percent. Many states have seen a significant decline in the number of animals. Entering the shelters as volunteers observed stay at home orders but the increase and fosters suggests that more people are willing to take on sick or older pets that might otherwise not have found a safe home to call their own for any period of time because this is an ever changing situation and each shelter faces unique challenges adoption and fostering statistics will vary at any given time. It's so obvious. But there's no doubt that the response from community residents across the nation to support their local shelters by fostering vulnerable animals has been enormous and unprecedented. And isn't that the coolest thing well for liz. The rush to adopt meant. She had to be patient to find her pandemic pet orla name eventually. She connected with a shelter and connecticut right here where i am that brings dogs up from the southern united states. So that's how. She found sophie a two year. Old thirty pound terrier boxer mix. She's chestnut brown with white around her face and white paws and she's got spots running down her chest. She sounds adorable and she is and sweet and she's a very low key dog. I needed to find a dog. She says that was going to get along well with my two cats and as it turns out. Sophia's very good around the cats. Who are still a little freaked out by her. Well let me just tell. This story has a great ending to. She brought sophie home of month ago. They're still adjusting to the new routine. She's totally fallen in love with this dog. So after those two stories. My story about frank and liz's story about sophie. Do you even need to hear the bullet point benefits for adopting a pet. No well here. They are anyway well. They offer companionship. We know that this is important. If like myself you live alone before. I adopted frank who is a dachshund maltese mixed breed. I had no one to look forward to seeing no one to share my love with and no one that needed me and there is something to be said about the human to dog touch. That feels so good. Well provides a purpose to the sense of purpose. Everybody needs pet. Ownership is an important responsibility and one that can be a powerful antidote to depression and anxiety. There are more opportunities for exercise to well this time to walk. Frank during the lockdown played an important role in my wellbeing and his two dogs need to be walked and katz needs to be played with and there is no doubt that these activities with your pet is crucial to your physical wellbeing. as well. as there's getting dose of fresh air is important for both of you. Also it provides a reason to go outside smelled air and be alone with your thoughts. That's right. I said alone because when you're outside there's so much to see and you're using all your senses of very good thing and there's good medical news two that's right. Having a pet can reduce blood pressure the center for disease control and prevention the cdc reports that pet ownership can be a key to reducing stress cholesterol and triglycerides levels. All things that we need to do to be healthy and you know what there doesn't even have to be at pandemic for you to adopt a pet but you can't anyway. It's a good excuse if you need one. If you need a laugh live alone. Want to potentially meet other like-minded pet owners be more peaceful and happier and calmer. This is something to really consider. I know you know this. It's not only you but that furry pet that just may need you as much as you need them. Still a cat person. But i adore my frankie.
Trump floated appointing Sidney Powell special counsel on fraud
"President Trump is said to be weighing increasingly desperate steps as he tries to reverse the results of the election there, reportedly, including naming a special counsel to investigate allegations of voter fraud and even imposing martial law. Joining our John Aaron from or was Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report might be that the title of that movie the year of Living Dangerously I've seen we have a sense of the President Trump really can't give up the idea that he won this election, even though he did not. Joe Biden won quite clearly and that's been confirmed by the Electoral, College and court cases of that the president has had filed have been thrown out. Challenging the results. But I think what's happening here is that there's just the fact that these solutions and President Trump smarter mean considered indicates that he hasn't really gotten past this idea that he could perhaps stay in the White House and overturn the results of the election. What's got a lot of people in Washington anxious is how serious he is about considering these things now. Lot of the reporting indicates that a lot of these ideas such as martial law to rerun the election, using the military having a special counsel named Sidney Powell, who was really conspiracy theorist to investigate voter fraud, things like that, that if he's really considering them, maybe he has some other tricks up his sleeve, more or less to throw a monkey wrench into the into the election process, And that's what has a lot of people concerned how serious he is about this. But even the fact it's being talked about at the White House is quite remarkable. I don't I don't recall anything in 30 years of covering the White House similar to this right is his goal that you have pointed out before. I'm getting this before the Supreme Court just totally out the window. At this point. I think it is. There's still some cases that could get there. But that decision that they issued by the week ago really did set back President Trump's ideas about having Supreme Court side with him. I did want to mention also that January 6th is another important moment because that's when the House and Senate supposed to meet in joint session to consider the electoral college affirmation that Joe Biden one. There's a lot of ways that people could make mischief during that point, and President Trump is calling for massive rallies to put pressure on Congress to overturn the election, So he looks like that will definitely happen again. Quite extraordinary that he's going to these lengths. But that is where we are. And I think that January 6th is probably the next date that people should look at for, um, another challenge to this whole
"world report" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"You join us. We talk about different topics. And since we're getting close to Halloween, I thought I'd give us a little trick or treat topic. Today. Our topic is called tricks to fix your finances. And today show I think is timely because under 2020 the the pandemic that's hideous. It's if it's taught us anything. It's taught us that we need to prepare and we need to prepare ourselves in our finances. You know, for just about anything that that could be thrown at us it has this year. In our current pandemic world, you know, the news seems to shift constantly in one day, it seems like the market's doing well in the next day. I look at the market and it looks like that is falling apart. And you know, along kind of those same lines, our own. Personal wellbeing is we're experiencing the same thing. You know, It's just a brand new world and and I look at the numbers for job claims. I see that. Oh, my goodness. It looks great. Unemployment is going down. And then the next week, they don't look so good or the next few weeks, so I think all that means is it bulls down to that You really need to stay flexible with your strategy. And I think the idea of having a flexible strategy and mine is going to help you navigate. Through these turbulent waters. And, you know, I've been helping clients for over 30 years doing just that. And we would love to have the opportunity to help help Coach you and guide you and give you the advice that we've used for over 30 years to help our clients. So again, today's show are things going to be a great show. But I would like to introduce my co host is always Tony Shore. Tony. How's your week Been? Well, it's been good. And you know what? I like the topic for today. Tricks to fix your finances. I like the liberation number one. And, Yeah, it can be a spooky place out there right now. You mentioned I mean, 2020. Crazy with the cove it and the economy and the presidential election. I mean, these air three big stress points and we've seen the markets react and go up and down and a lot of volatility, which is even more reason to get some fixes. Tto help your finances and to be saving a little money and get on the right track. So this is going to be a great topic. I mean, Michael, what a crazy time. I mean, with the election coming up, we're getting closer and closer And it just gets crazier, doesn't it? It does. You know, Tony, we're what what? Less than a just a few days away. You know it is. Uncertainty is all around us. And for those of you that are in the market. You know that uncertainty causes people to do what cousin to panda and worry and and do things that they rationally should not do. So. Yeah, I think I think one of the topics that we're going to talk about on this tricks to fix your finance. We'll start out with the fixing a low credit score. I think if you'll put money, Yeah, If you put money away, you know it. You'll be happier if you concentrate on your retirement being consistent, having some consistency in your life in this uncertain world and also taking a hard look. At your credit score, and, you know, putting money away for retirement takes decades. Some of these fixes that we're going to talk about our very short term, not not not tens and twenties and thirties of years from now. In fact, I think the small Fast ideas that we're going to discuss today are going to be powerful for you. And I got this topic. I read a Tony A U. S News and World Report article that was entitled 25. You know fast financial fixes. I thought, What a great topic you know The articles. First piece of advice is to review your credit card statements. And what That really means. I think if you're like most people, you get your card statement and what do you do? You look for the due date and sometimes the things they're hardly look for. What's the man minimum amount I need to pay and I think it warrants a more than just a quick glance. I think you should sit down and actually spend some time looking over that statement. What I'm really wanting you to do is to see what you've been purchasing because I want you to do this every month. If you get those statements in if you're like most of us We have been doing impulse buying. I mean, Toni, I I I am dangerous. Late at night. Watching What? Watch watching some of these info commercial? Yeah, I have a passion for knives. So I didn't realize I had a passion for tonight. But But evidently only I'm or kitchen knife sets with me right now, probably evidently owning 178 knives and won Package was important to me for all I know. So you know, you gotta watch yourself and kid about that. But the truth is, we all during times of stress, and a lot of us are sitting at home working and What That does is it allows you to spend maybe more time you should shopping for unnecessary thing. So my wife and I bought the emerald legacy air friar and oven. Because we watched the we watched the entire infomercial. We've never done that. I don't buy stuff off the television and my wife doesn't at all and we don't watch infomercials, but for some reason You know, it's just the stay at home covert thing. It came on, and we're like, Wow. You know, memorizing..
Bringing Health Policy to the Forefront with Susan Dentzer
"Great, Good Morning Susan Welcome to the woman. Thank you so much for making the time to speak with me today. It's great to be with you Daniel. Thanks so much for those of you who don't know, Susan Denser is while she was a health corespondent for P. B. S. for a decade correct that's right. What I'll lead you to that field I mean not I my old co-host. That's her ultimate goal is to be like a health corespondent and she's a nurse practitioner see she's her brain is amazing so. That's great. Well, it was all along time a print journalist. Came up through the ranks at A. Some some. Publications that used to be pretty big deals back in the day they kind of faded from glory. Magazine I ever Newsweek. I, was. Writer of business news for many years in Newsweek I was among other things the Wall Street correspondent. And I, a actually was covering economic policy. And one day my editor through me story that really was about for profit hospital companies. And I started reporting this story. It was not something I had previously and I stumbled into the fact that there were some major health policy changes of them. Watch that we're going to potentially affect the fortunes of this these companies. And One thing led to another and I said, you know there's this really interesting area of. Healthcare. That is a kind of a business. The first time I had ever thought of health care as having a business aspect to it, but obviously did it had for many years? and. As you know that was long ago So healthcare at the time I WANNA say probably about seven percent of the gross domestic product was pretty small. Of course, it's. Almost, eighteen percent of a much much larger economy. So this aspect of healthcare has if anything only boomed massively since then but as that was starting to happen back in the eighties I said, you know this is really interesting stuff. There's almost nobody eat reporting writing about it, which is hard to believe now, but it was true bad. Yeah and I said, I think I'm just GonNa Start Finding learning as much as I can about this. So a dead I spent several years. Still at Newsweek, writing more and more about healthcare and health policy I went up to Harvard on journalism, fellowship, and spent at year pretty much devoted to learning more about healthcare and health policy. Then I moved down to Washington. And became the chief economics. At US News and World Report. With the deal that I could devote a lot of my time to writing about health care help policy and like so I covered many of the major major health. Policy. Fights, really battles of that of that era and then. When I went to the PBS Newshour in Nineteen Ninety Eight, it was to create the First Health Policy Unit that the that the Newshour had ever had. Devoted specifically to help policy. And then when I got there, it turned out that That was not just going to be a job cover health policy was going to be essentially everything that had to do with health and healthcare. Ross our desk so I ended up. Really is the full fully functioning on Air Health Correspondence or the Newshour for ten years was then wooed away to become the editor in chief of the. Leading. Health Policy Journal the Era Health? Affairs. And So I did that for five years and got even deeper policy as a consequence of that.
Trump’s hospitalization starts to affect the campaign trail
"Resident trumps hospitalization is having an impact on the election and the campaigns for it. He's obviously off the campaign trail, and the Biden team is taking down its attack ads for now. The White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. Can Walsh as the president's Corona virus diagnosis has lead to questions about upcoming debates is what next debate? Of course, there's a vice presidential debate coming up. That's good. Looks like it's going to go on as a CZ planned, but for the next presidential debate that's really up in the air because we don't know really how that's going to be handled with the president's ah in person, but also is supposed to be a town hall style meeting. And so in one way that might be easier to keep going, because that one Canada versus another dynamic is a bit diminished because you have a lot of participation of people in a in a room or virtually, and so. The virtual element could be enhanced actually, in the sense that both Biden and term could participate that what
"world report" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The covid nineteen pandemic is weakening democracy around the world report finds. By. Carl. Vic. Governments around the world are using the cova non pandemic excuse to restrict freedoms punish independent news operations and attack minorities according to a global survey. By Freedom House, the US based nonprofit known for its annual assessment of global democracy. The report published Friday found that ninety one countries have imposed nukes controls on news media because of the pandemic and at least seven e to have restricted free speech or criticism of the government. The measures extend from countries rated as free such as India to those judged partly free like. The Philippines to the not free including China Russia and Venezuela all told clampdowns have weakened democracy in eighty countries accelerating a fourteen year decline in freedom as measured by the group's annual survey what began as a worldwide health crisis has become part of the global crisis for Democracy said, Freedom House President Michael J. Abramovich in a statement accompanying the release titled Democracy Under Lockdown governments in every part of the world have abused their powers in the name of public health seizing the opportunity to undermine democracy and human rights. The report warned that China's reaction to the corona virus. Quote could prove a dystopia model for the future increased nationalist and propagandistic rhetoric at home in an effort to drown out calls for transparency and accountability enhanced and innovative technological surveillance crackdowns on individuals within and outside the country who share information that contradicts resume, messaging, and the persecution of potential critics among the domestic elite. It also singled out Sri Lanka where the prime minister or the arrest of anyone who contradicts the government on covid nineteen allowed the legislature to expire without new elections and the minority Muslim population has been scapegoated. Other countries also made public health a pretext. Vulnerable. Groups migrants by Serbia Romani by Bulgaria foreign workers by Kuwait in the US the reports slammed the trump administration for creating quote of fog of misinformation around the pandemic, making false and misleading information that put lives at risk and attempting to politicize public health. The survey covered events from January to September in one hundred, ninety two countries, surveying analysts, journalists, and activists in one, hundred, five of them. They were not optimistic more than sixty percent of the observers said they expect the impact on political rights and civil liberties from the pandemic would last three to five years..
Yu Darvish, Cubs became perfect fit over time
"Now I wanted to ask you about this in it's a harder question to. Answer Two thousand twenty because we're it's not like we're in club houses and we can watch the body language and see players and how they interact with each other i. know in that first year that there were people in the cubs organization who felt like that darvish just wasn't comfortable with the group and it didn't have any do I. Personally I don't think with the other players on the team, but just he maybe was just the pressure of the contract where it felt like he was more of an outsider, not completely within the team realm what what are you seeing? What are you hearing more? So about that now? Get Away, I can relate it from my world reporting world. Is that first year it even though he speaks fine English, he used a translator all year with the media. Now he didn't use it with his teammates but. I think that was is an example of how things change in the second year last year he spoke English, his personality came out he he he got he got to know reporters like myself a lot better and then this year in Spring Training Boston he was like the class clown he was having a great time with us until things shutdown ironically or I guess that's the right word coming back from the pandemic only being able to zoom interviews he's been different. He's been back to being kinda quiet and back he's used a translator at times in the zoom interview so the other thing. Is. He's having so much success. You know how guys are in the middle of a great run they don't WanNa really talk about themselves so much, and that's all we're asking is about him. So things have gone a little quiet this year, but there's good reasons behind it but from year one year too when you're two to three, he changed big time and you might be right. It might be the contract I think coming off what happened in world series in seventeen with the dodgers really affected him as well big time, and then he comes to the cubs in eighteen huge contract big market. Diehard of bands everywhere expecting the world and you know he was also injured as it turns out so that first year was a mess and then slowly but surely he came out of his show that these interviews in English teammates got the no one better 'cause even in even in eighteen. Teammates I saw with Rizzo hanging out on the road and stuff like he was still tight with teammates but not the saint he wasn't outgoing now he's outgoing and that really is true personality. So it Kinda mimics what he's done the mount he's become self again on the mound as well as in the dugout in the clubhouse and with the media.
Dr. Philippe Friedlich On Pediatric Surgery And Neonatal Therapeutic Hypothermia
"Welcome to medicine. We're still practicing I'm Bill Curtis of course I my friend and Co host Dr Steven Tailback He's the quadruple board certified doctor of Internal Medicine Pulmonary Disease Critical Care and neuro critical care these days he continues to fight on the front lines of the COVID battle in California for which we are eternally grateful Steve How you doing I'm well thank you. It's good to be. I'm sure you've heard of children's Hospital of Los Angeles notice. Hla US News and World Report has consistently ranked the H. L. A. in the top five nationally and the number one pediatric hospital in California for thirty years. Running this remarkable nonprofit children's care hospital is nationally known for Neonatal Research and care that is funded entirely by generous philanthropists. Dr Felipe Friedli is chief of neonatologist at Children's Hospital. He is also co director of the fetal and neonatal? Institute. And he is professor of clinical pediatrics and surgery at the renowned kept school of Medicine at USC where he's published over one hundred, fifty abstracts, Peer Review Articles and book. Chapters Dr. Freedland is a rock star in one of the world's most complicated pressure filled and delicate specialties that include newborn respiratory failures newborn pulmonary hypertension even surgery on unborn babies. Can you imagine welcome Dr Felipe Free Lick? It is an honor to have you here tonight and having me. So doctor. Can you just bring our listeners up to speed on C. H. LA and your mission there? Sharon's HUSK local Sandra's mission is to care for sick children's no matter what their background cultural background or insurance they have we are. Laced to gear for family and children's in babies when there's no other place that could care for them. Are we talking about like one of the few medical specialties that truly couldn't wait for Covid to pause that's a great question fortunately or many children's covid has not been has impactful. They are some babies are insurance that are sick but by four unless we compared to adults we. Are Really lucky so far. So we're not going to spend the whole show on Kovin because frankly I think people wanted to know much more about your specialty, but maybe you could tell us a little about what kind of a regimen as C. H. L. A. Developed uniquely for this pandemic and what are some of the special things that you do at your hospital to manage this. A lot of it has to do with making sure that became screen families in staff when they arrive at the hospital in make sure that they're the environment for caring for the Germans you regardless of the reason why they're in the hospital is is optimal until the hospital has and significant resources to ensure that we screen families and visitors and parents when they arrive psychologically, how do you get your clientele to feel safe under these circumstances that has been Estonia As you can imagine a lot of families or speared to even go close to a hospital. So said, only our data's suggesting that we can provide a safest environment to bring Ren's and care for them, but it is a concern. Certainly, we can see that visit to the emergency room are significantly down obviously a lot of the outpatient clinic. I've had to restructure their environment, but I think that honest conversations with family in trying to make sure that. Children can get the care they need. So they don't have complications from their Biz orders diseases are we tried to do our best to get the message across
How Our Current Virus Crisis Will Drive Techquisition
"Over the years this podcast has continued to gain recognition as a great resource for small business owners, sales, professionals business leaders. And that is because of the guests, these folks who have expertise in particular areas of business, and they join me to share that expertise with all of you. Today is no exception. My guest today is Paul. QUADRA CASSIS. In his book, Go tech or go. Extinct Paul shares is revolutionary approach to transforming legacy companies into forward thinking industry leaders. Through strategic acquisition of distrupt disruptive technology companies. House Entrepreneur Investment Banker and strategic advisor to CEO's senior executives, boards and shareholders of companies operating in or interested in the technology and digital industry sectors. He's on a mission to help large established non tech companies partner with technology companies to avoid being blindsided by exponential change. Has Been quoted in the Washington. Post Los Angeles Times U. S., News and world, report and Forbes. He lives most of the time in London with his wife and their three children. Thanks so much for joining me today Paul. The, Diane good to be here. I am happy to have you here now. You were talking today about. A! Lot Of what your book is about which is why non tech combination? CHOIR TECH COMPANIES AND Help me understand. Why they can't just use technology and an license designed their own solution rather than acquiring a company. Great Question. and. Almost. Everyone asks that at some point of this journey. And they first of all companies should be using in licensing. Technology software systems etcetera for their own purposes and designing bespoke. Solutions so certainly they should be doing that. However the problem is if that's all they do. If that's all a company, does then they're not gaining any competitive advantage with regard to the the other industry participants. Now this may not have matter too much ten or twenty years ago when technology was more internal, supporting the replacement of spreadsheets Placing frankly the typewriter but with the. Advent of the IPHONE smartphone, developing and and four G. Communications, and all the other wonderful. Elements of technology that has embraced the world That's no longer the case and technology today. Is being used to attract customers retain customers. and have them be delighted by your offerings and your services and therefore. Because technology is now so important to while your entire value chain, but especially your your customers. It's become a competitive tool. We we often say that. The porter five forces competitive model model competition that he designed back in Nineteen, seventy nine. Is a little bit out of date now it still applies, but in fact, we think that model has been transformed in a three way by technology so every single force of his five forces, the power of the bargaining power of customers bargaining power of suppliers, etc.. Has, been transformed by technology technology companies, therefore, if all you're doing licensing. That technology and not owning the the the let's say the latest the best most powerful technology solution that can impact your customers if you don't own that. Then you don't have any particular edge over your competitors. And your competitors aren't just your traditional. Competitors their new disruptors. Amazon's who are disrupting the sears in the walmarts of the world, so your whole competitive playing field is changing constantly, and even the biggest most most solid players tech companies know that they can be disrupted at any moment. Any Grove was famous for saying only the paranoid survive, and that's one reason, if not the main reason, why until did as well as a dead? It's why Mark Zuckerberg at facebook acquired instagram I think it was back in two thousand twelve for billion dollars, even though the company had no revenue, only thirteen employees because he knew that facebook could have been disrupted by like instagram now today, instagram, probably worth couple of hundred billion dollars. we, we see this, you know we see this all the time. Certainly with tech companies acknowledging be out of existence. If they don't own the the latest developments are the most important fundamental technology factors for their businesses. It's it's a reason why Google renamed themselves to Alphabet, because even though the Google search engine combined with you probably delivers ninety percent of their revenue and profits. The company knows that anything can happen. They could be disrupted. At any time just like they themselves disrupted the newspapers and other sources of information before Google came on the scene.
Taking Aim at Discrimination, UCs Action Could Spell E-N-D for SAT
"From wondering I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily on this Tuesday June ninth late last month, the University of California fired the shot that may have killed. The sat the sat in its rival tests. The act of long ruled the lives of anxious college bound high school, Juniors and seniors. The tests which have been given for decades have played pivotal roles in who gets to. To Go to college, and where they've also frequently determined, who receives merit based scholarships, but in May, the University of California said no more it's phasing out the tests as a requirement for admission at it's nine colleges which include the prestigious UCLA UC Berkeley campuses. It's detailed plan doesn't fully end the use of the tests until twenty twenty-five, but they'll be completely eliminated at that point. The UC system had already made the tests optional for this year's applicants due to corona virus complications, but a more fundamental reason is motivating the university's decision to cancel the tests permanently discrimination in December California. High School, students and equal justice advocates sued the university system. They argued that requiring students to submit sat or act. Test scores is both nonsensical and illegal. It's nonsensical. They claim because six decades of the university's own research shows that the tests don't predict college success. They're illegal. The plaintiff's claim because test scores are strongly influenced by family income, parents, education and race. As a result, the plaintiffs say requiring the test scores violates California's own anti-discrimination laws by preventing the plaintiffs from accessing public higher education. The case is still pending, but last month university leaders agreed with those arguments several said the tests favor the wealthy, because children from affluent families can afford expensive test prep in can pay to take the tests multiple times. Supporters of the decision said the tests screen out good. Hispanic black and other minority candidates California's Lieutenant Governor Ellen couldn't lock is a member of the university's board. These tests are extremely flawed and very unfair. She said according to The New York Times enough is enough she added. Over the last few years, hundreds of small colleges and universities across the country, either made the tests optional or eliminated the requirement to submit the test scores all together since the pandemic emerged in the US, another seventy schools have scrapped the requirement at least temporarily. The Times reported. The University of California's decision could spell the future for the sat in the college. Board it is the most popular university system in the country. Last year, six of its campuses made us news and World Report's list of the top ten most popular campuses in the US. Hundreds of thousands of students applied to the schools. The system carries tremendous weight within America's higher education community, meaning other large elite colleges are likely to follow suit. which is not good news for the two powerhouse nonprofits that administer the Tests Princeton's College Board sells the Sat Iowa's act administers its test of the same name. Both are multi multimillion dollar organizations according to the New York, times one critic of the sat estimates that the College Board is lost forty five million dollars in revenue this spring alone due to covid nineteen cancellations. It had promised to deliver a test. Students could take online this week. The company said it will not in fact be able to deliver an online test. Rival Act was struggling before the University of California announced its bellwether decision late last month, the company said it was taking cost cutting actions including the opportunity for staff to take leaves of absence or to resign voluntarily and receive severance. Pay Act CEO. Martin Rutta departed abruptly on May. Twenty ninth under his four-year leadership, the A, C embarked on a string of acquisitions intended to diversify the company's business,
Coronavirus Threatens Press Freedom Around the World, Report Says
"The mother at night yesterday was arrested for having her kids at the park this video that's circulating on social media I don't know how much longer people are gonna tolerate this shall we say I went for a walk yesterday after the show around the neighbors too nice and I think clear my head to to start writing a column which I still have to write but I came across new there's a school near us and there's new Equidad you know swings and slides and stuff and then there's nucleases bagel everything I thought the kids would love to to climb all over this and I wouldn't let him but they were with me but that was a big sign their yoga in our parks are open but don't touch any of the equipment and everything well what if the parents as you know the hell with it kids are gonna go down swinging on the swings confidential open arrest them how well do you think that's going to go and of course then there's pulling this is why polling so worthless the new morning consult poll asking if nonessential workers should be allowed to move freely outside seventy five percent said no sixteen percent said yes and nine percent didn't know how the phone worked to be able to answer it apparently they don't have an opinion but seventy five percent no you can't you should be able to go out and move freely outside yeah well we do have rights in this country and the constitution isn't just you know well we it's inconvenient right now so we're going to ignore it as many governors have tried to do when it comes to the second amendment they're now trying to do it from the comes to parts of the first amendment now all of the people all the blue checkmark brigade on social media who are outraged that anybody would go and protest by driving around their state capital in their car and honking horns I guarantee you the they're they're fine with the free speech aspect of the first amendment the right to assembly assemble part of the first amendment and the right to petition your government for redress of grievances they're fine and and the the freedom of religion they're fine with those parts of the first amendment being scrapped how do you think that they that's it was a public safety matter people just need to stay home while they're hammering big fat checks how do you think those very same people would react if the freedom of the press part of the first amendment were curtailed were ignored the people in the media get permission from the governor they're considered essential and so they're allowed to go wherever no matter how stringent the lockdown order is members of the media are allowed to go out and do whatever it is they want to do if that courtesy warranty extended to them if it was a face ID with will get so bad that in New York you can't leave your house even if you're going to do your MSNBC or CNN show you can't leave the house so there you go and you can't go down to city hall you can't go asking questions whatever just helping jurors to be around other people stay home how long until those very same people would be crying a river about how awful it is and how draconian and monsters and to radical it is that they're being shot out there the first amendment to vet well they care about as all leftists do they really only care about that which impacts them and the parts of the constitution they like they they ignore the rest of it you know they they wrap themselves in the first amendment while wiping themselves with the second amendment is I like to say do it constantly they treated as a doormat and kill it's convenient and then they revere it and then they dismiss it again this with the same vigor and that sort of thing is happening online so could be cut one the C. E. O. of you too Susan workshops schemes or something I don't know there's a whole bunch of season Kay and Jason at night wouldn't begin to know how to pronounce it she's announcing as you know said basically and she told him and potato Brian Stelter on CNN and he of course was not he didn't say anything or anybody who goes against the world health organization's recommendations will have their content removed from YouTube the World Health Organization now dictates how you as an American citizen can what you can say what you can't say on your YouTube channel if you have one that's in the same that's Kerama goals the World Health Organization to everybody except for leftists has a lot of issues a lot of explaining to do and Brian Stelter got to the bottom of zero of it because well he's a moron listen to this clip from his show cut one go ahead that is raising authoritative information but then we also talk about removing information that is problematic of course anything that is medically unsubstantiated to people saying like take vitamin C. you know take to manipulate those are all will cheer you on those are the examples of things that would be a violation of our policy anything that would go against World Health Organization recommendations would be a violation of our policy and so remove is another really important part of our policy which is going to remove a look if Dr Ted rose over at the World Health Organization says no then you just need to shut up you need to accept what this puppet of Beijing has to say Mr all is well come on out don't worry about it China has done a wonderful job that guy that guy gets to dictate your free speech rights lastly today I want to leave you with a bit of a it's kind of a funny story reporter up in New York ABC station up in New York print out a report of a tragic story it's it's it's it starts off said trust me it gets better then cut six here this guy announces the passing of a very young coronavirus victim patient and it's sad it's it's somber listen to him cut six go ahead I do want to mention one person who was singled out today by governor Murphy this young man that you're looking at right there twenty six year old Jack Allard we profiled him last month Michelle Charles river the powerful story former Ridgewood high school across store in two time all American was in a medically induced coma after coming down with the virus after spending time on a ventilator
"world report" Discussed on WTOP
"News and World Report navy federal credit union our members are the mission insured by NCUA WTOP into twenty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks away in Maryland interlude in your four fifty an apple S. road abri spilled blocking the left half of the inner loop road work goes on beyond that outbreak or not in the early path to root for Pennsylvania Avenue the two left lanes are blocked for the bridge deck work the bridge that carries the beltway over Suitland parkway interlude two right lanes getting by no outer loop issues in Maryland or in Virginia fifty at the bay bridge wind warnings no restrictions windy gusty conditions ninety five the Baltimore Washington parkway as well as two seventy no delays north of the beltway akki keep two ten south bound between three seventy three and two twenty eight paving their one right lane ultimately getting by south bound on Indian Head highway southbound from kind of worth Avenue into northeast DC paving southbound on DEC two ninety five between eastern Avenue and Burroughs Avenue today it's only one left lane getting by title basin southwest road closures between the freeway Memorial Bridge independence made avenues are off limits once again in Virginia on sixty six and three ninety five west and south of the Potomac River it is clear sailing no travel troubles on sixty six for a central travel only beyond the beltway ninety five south traffic is much lighter than usual that's the new normal between Springfield and Fredericksburg with no mainline delays northbound or southbound Ledo pizza Kerry out is open fast easy and fresh the Ledo pizza family is ready to take your order Ledo pizza square because Ledo pizza never cuts corners day till nine WTOP traffic mostly sunny skies for the rest of this afternoon but the storm system that went through here yesterday is still just off the mid Atlantic coast is pretty strong storm is just sitting there causing a blustery winds today.
Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Scientist
"This week. Cultivating places women's history month interviews gets to the very basics of horticultural work with soil. The soil world is integral foundational to the plant world. Since the nineteen eighty s mainstream academic soil science has been transformed into a search for biological discovery. It is a fundamental shift from a science that seemed blinded by the theories of the Green Revolution from the nineteen twenty s through the nineteen seventies. The Term Green Revolution refers to innovations intended to increase food supply around the world specifically through introductions of new often dwarfed sometimes genetically modified varieties of cereal grain crops developed for high yield along with introductions of synthetic fertilizers herbicides and pesticides often derived from the chemical byproducts of World War Two the Green Revolution asserted increased production of and reduced pest and disease damage to crops. Managed by these men made inputs over traditional agricultural methods. Beginning in the late nineteen seventies however more voices started questioning the long term results and benefits versus serious disadvantages of these methods. Many of the voices raised in opposition. Women's voices among them was Dr Elaine. Ingham Elaine's work in microbiology. At the Colorado State University for Collins in the nineteen seventy s through the nineteen eighties began illuminating. The incredibly complex living systems at work in healthy soil. Her work is strongly associated with the concept of a soil food web and in the beginning of this century. She is the founder of Soil Food Web Inc and she's here to share more about her work. Welcome Elaine thank you very much. I'm very honored to be here. So you have had a really long interesting career in which you have accomplished and articulated some really interesting. And seminal things for our field of interest Plant life here and how it relates to so much else. Can you describe for listeners? What does your work consist of right? Now especially as it relates to soil and plant life lane right now where. I'm still continuing to work on. What is the soil food web? How is it different in different? Parts of the planet given climate season changing weather patterns. Things like that. How do these organisms interact with each other to help? Plants grow or what are the conditions that results in the disease causing or not beneficial organisms winning out over the beneficial's all those stages of succession and so many people doesn't don't understand that it's the biology that pushes succession along at. What's really altering things so that next stage of plant life will succeed into that system and then of course. Those new plants communion alter the biology in the soil which sets the stage for the next stage of succession. So lots were of information yet to go and only really begun to scratch a surface soil. The MORE QUESTIONS. We answered the more questions. Come up I think is is so often the case so before we get into the technicalities of this big interesting wide world that you are studying take us back a little bit and set the scene for us of of where you grew up and the kind of journey of your work of the people in places in plants that grew into a person. For whom this would be your. Life's Focus Elaine. I grew up in Minnesota so the frigid northlands and I thought every place in the world had twenty five feet of snow in the wintertime. That was just how everybody else lived. It was a kind of a shock when I learned it was different than that so my father was a veterinarian At the University of Minnesota and he would take me into his laboratory. He took me because I was the only one of his offspring who was interested in laboratory work and I remember at the age of six years old. My father sat me down at a microscope. Wasn't quite sure what to do with me. I couldn't be running around the halls getting into trouble. So what is he going to do plops down in front of a microscope and says county coli so he showed me how to make the microscope slides and start counting and he wanted me to do twenty five fields and he figured that it would take me a long time to get twenty five fields. If he coli counted he was right. So a my first introduction to the microscope my father and I worked on all my science projects through the course of middle school and high school and I went off to college at Saint Olaf College in Northfield Minnesota Various Scandinavian Norwegian school. One at the top Pre Med schools in the United States. But I decided I did not want to go to medical school. I had met some of the people I worked as a In the heart hospital as a lab dishwasher during my senior year and discovered. I really didn't like those people. They were too con- focused on the wrong things. I wanted to stand how the world works. Not How you get the patient to spend the most money on the most expensive drugs and you know all of that. medical It was just an anthem. It to me so I decided to go to graduate. School went to Texas am where I worked in Marine Microbiology on the digest organisms in the digestive systems of oysters and freshwater mussels on started understand that you know science purports many ways the academic world reports that it knows everything we found all the answers. And so just ask me. I can answer all your questions and began to discover that that is absolutely not a case There's so much we don't know that it's overwhelming and the methodologies that people often use to try to collect the data and then the misinterpretations that they perform in explaining the world if if you take the material inside the digestive system of an oyster in played it out on a petri dish you're only going to find two or three species because we are so changing the the habitat think about the inside of an oyster versus In a medium in a plastic petri dish that you spread a point one meal of choice tres digestive system and and how many microorganisms well? I looked through the microscope at those organisms and I noted that there were literally a hundred different species of bacteria that I could see a couldn't identify them to genus and species. But I could see there. Were one hundred different things that were totally different. Egmore Doing very different things and so I figured I should be seen that many little colonies coming up on my petri dishes and I was seen one or two. And so how can you use that method? Petri plate methods. Do not allow you to get an inkling of what the diversity is out there in the real world and yet that was the standard of microbiology. That's what you had to do to start the organisms in now. Fill in the blank. Whatever you want to write so there'd been a lot of work done on the ecology of different ecosystems that were just completely inappropriate. When it comes to understanding any of these
February's job report paints a rosy picture of the economy — that is way out of date
"February jobs report paints a rosy picture of the economy dash that is way out of date way out of date it was like from just a week ago but it's way out of date even forms up staged selloff in stocks falling bond yields outweigh robust robust jobs report and as usual U. S. news and World Report incredible in quotes jobs report reflects calm before coronavirus storm in other words all this is not gonna last all no no no no we're gonna be real this thing this from Yahoo February jobs report U. S. adds a whopping two hundred and seventy three thousand jobs unemployment rate unexpectedly falls to three point five percent that's the only one I saw all of the top they did not have a spin
"world report" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"S. news World Report she is also a reporter now investigate reporter at fox news and fox news contributor she runs our own website Sara Carter dot com Sarah I don't see on your bio that you were with us at the place for a long time I would would you want a blaze that should be right there did not darn it working at the plate I know I will make sure that no no no I'm just giving you a hard time needed by I'm giving I love to be at the blaze and I gotta tell you we did such incredible work at the rally did during that it was during that time that I actually Matt Philip Haney got to know him quite well and what a wonderful human being he lags and hearing about him yeah which so tragic and it it really shook me to the core because I'd actually spoken to fill I think maybe three months ago he had called me we were talking and you know I was so happy to hear from him and you know he's gone through pretty rough patch after losing his wife last year and that he was doing eight and he was getting you know huge round by family and friends and everybody loves yeah so hearing about his death was really quite shocking to me now he what of I understand was getting married next month he was also in the middle of writing a new book did you get any indication at all that I mean you and I he he advised us and was a deep throat if you will on many stories and that guy put himself on the line every day especially during the Obama administration that guy was an amazing whistle blower and he was driven by a higher purpose did you get any indication at all he might have committed suicide or was thinking that where was so depressed no actually no there was no indication I mean put out particularly when I remember thinking back in my conversation with him that there was any issue whatsoever that he was despondent or depressed I had spoken to a very close friend of his somebody who would actually and I I don't want to mention the name just in case it's private but just for the idea I can talk about it right after and the news it broke close friend of his called me and said look I object broke into a cell on Wednesday we were talking he was in such good spirits are not only do we get on the phone we were chatting back and forth in text messages he was very excited about the future he was as excited to be married he was really looking forward to the marriage and to his wedding so he was very distraught he did contact that friend until he needs his contact with the police there in northern California are investigating a when it happens you and then we'll and spoke with them and said look I've been on the phone with him on Wednesday I don't know what could have happened he was very happy I he had no indication whatsoever that he was going through any kind of depression now that doesn't mean that he didn't do it right and we were the police are still investigating this and I know that information came out and they they said that this appears to be a suicide you know a lot of people that I spoke to you I mean it's very difficult to live with that if it was a shock and I don't know if we have all the details yet put it you know putting shooting yourself in the chapter is a very unusual way on the side of the road pulling your car off on the side of the road that I mean right and usually it's not the chat I mean the shock and I'm dancing with the shock and it's heavier it wouldn't shock line on that but it does very a difficult situation let's just say it's not something that's commonly done right you know what I but we don't know we don't know all the details all we do know is that the looking he was an incredible patriots and human being who really put everything on the line to get the truth out to the American public about what was happening in the Obama administration and his long and illustrious career you know from I needed this is a man who study Arabic I understood you know the culture who worked at the DHS in with highly recognized given all kinds of awards for his work helped found the department of homeland security and then everything that happened to him during the Obama administration that week so distressing and the the issues that he dealt with when it came to and I think you'll go into that line with me in the call but as far as exposing what was happening where he was asked to race databases loads of information in two thousand and nine and and all the information and that that that he was asked to remove from the databases that would have helped the DHS connect the dots gingerly when it came to Islamic extremists in the United States and he blames the Obama administration for that he blamed them for for not for trying to change the narrative of for not telling the American people the truth and he came out in full force she I do want to get into some of the stuff that you can talk about you know he was involved in whistle blowing with me on several different things but I eat she never the we we never discussed it on the air so I don't want to discuss it just for the estate or whatever I just want to cause any problems and so can you talk about any of the things that he he did do and the impact that he he made well one of the things that he did talk openly about and much later in two thousand sixteen he did write an op ed for the hill and where he talked about his career and talked a little bit about not into the detail that I'm sure he went into with both you and I and others that he spoke to ana Capitol Hill does being senior congressional members but he did talk in that op ed on the hill about what happened she went and he talked about you know the fact that they asked him to delete and modify several hundred records in wet that DHS is known as the treasury important important communication system database it's called at and that's how everyone knows that and the acronyms at so you know he was asked to go in there he was asked to alter documents he was asked to delete documents and mainly it where he believes he changed that narrative and you take away the stigma when everybody was struggling with what is extremism wedding is one means when it where do you you know at that particular at back in two thousand eight two thousand nine two thousand ten and even after the September eleventh attacks what what are these extremist groups about who are they why are they so devout and he really felt that the Obama administration would like look we don't want any this appears to be anti more form we don't want any of that type of narrative and what happened was I don't know everybody remembers but I'll ship to remind everyone before there was a Christmas day attack there was that double remember the bomber on the airline they call them the underwear bomber and it it didn't go off basically at the the bomb did not detonate the passengers on the plane were able to stop it Obama became very upset me and ministration of double why wouldn't be able to connect these dots how come we were able to get this you know to see that the neckband and bill Haney was like well because you guys deleted everything in the database that would have allowed people to connect the dots this is not the fault of anybody at the DHS or the intelligence community you can literally and disabled us from being able to do that and bill wasn't the only one I mean bill came out publicly but there were a lot of people even after you know September eleventh two thousand one whistle blowers within United States citizenship and immigration services people within the department of homeland security who were up in arms and I I think that's why when still die it was such a shock to everyone because the people that knew him well knew that he was up against a bow he met right because he was a whistleblower of people that did not want him speaking people that did not want him pointing out the failures that happened within the American system within our government within these agencies that we entrust he added this is been a problem over and over again we've seen it from fellow you know what build expo two people that were whistleblowers within United States citizenship and immigration services he said look we're just letting people into the country we're not getting them and particularly after two thousand one when we thought everything was going to get better it did it went down hill in some cases in some of these agencies and we see that you bureaucracies were badly managed or either worse you step aside and allow you know this type of I would I would call it now he said to exist within these agencies you know because basically if you're asking people who work the best of the best which bill was building the wise remember what anyone says bill he was awarded some of the top award by the United States government for his work inside the DHS and for what he was able to do you know and and for what he would be able to point out prior to them happy M. and others a race the databases which is when he claimed so if it is a shock to the system it's like what happens to whistle blowers life you know when you think about so many people that have come forward real whistle blowers I'm not talking you know people that want to pretend they're whistleblowers but people with first hand knowledge right first hand knowledge they were asked to do something that they believed was wrong and then they step up and they speak out despite everything that could happen to them despite the backlash I will tell you that I I was with Philip the few days before he came out and announced some of the stuff he did and he was truly terrified he was he had been under you know a microscope for so long and they had been looking for him to destroy him for so long and he had no protection whatsoever and he spent a lot of his time very worried looking over his shoulder Serra the last question that I know that the last time I spoke to him he was looking into Keith Ellis and and the E. lawn Omar it's a true it's a trip that I lost track of him here in the last eighteen months it do you know what he was working on by any chance yes he was he was continuing to work on Keith Ellison and ill hunt Omar and he was going to become a very active part of traveling throughout the country and speaking to the American people about you know not only his work at DHS but really trying to expose and shed light on what's happening in the United States and particularly the shift in politics what happened with the Democratic Party you know we move towards the left this inability to speak the truth I think that was really important for still still with somebody who respected everyone whether you're Muslim or whether you are Christian or whether you he respected everyone the one thing that he was adamant about with speaking out against extremism and he said that you know he always spoke out against extremists and that's what he was focused on and he didn't want people neither ill hunt Omar and either two thousand or others you know what and what he thought the Obama administration trying to cover that up you know either for political correctness ward because they didn't want to expose what was actually happening within the administration he wanted to ensure and I hope we can keep that memory alive and when he wanted a life plan because he wanted to ensure that the American people knew the truth they weren't afraid afraid to face the truth and.
A Mediterranean diet can help to promote healthy ageing in older people
"This study links the Mediterranean diet too a lot of health benefits frankly in older people can cry has been saying this for a long time here in good day health this new study sort of underscores that the Mediterranean diet has some notable health benefits especially as I say again for the elderly healthier aging reduced frailty things like that what happened was this the group of people put the study together watch to the good health of more than six hundred Europeans between sixty nine and seventy nine years of age side is put more than half of them on a special diet was modeled after the Mediterranean diet adept especially for the for the elderly according to the Mayo Clinic the diet mostly consists of whole grains fruits veggies beans nuts herbs in olive oil fish and other seafood eaten weekly red meat not included in the diet really eggs and poultry eaten in moderation researchers say the group that aids the modified Mediterranean diet saw more growth among beneficial bacteria that are associated with better memory and better brain function participants with osteoporosis also saw less bone loss and those with blood pressure issues on proven there as so the Mediterranean diet named by US news and World Report the best diet three years in a row based on health experts input so what's the old expression a word to the wise is sufficient if you're looking to age well and you're like the eat follow the Mediterranean
Apple's surprise sales warning pressures futures
"Right now an apple with a short of of of of Switzerland new Campoli joins us right now with the with the broader somatic view on apple Neil how do you take apple over to other tech companies in China is there a legitimate exercisers is just too much guessing well I think for for one thing I thought was the first major had explicitly that come out with a warning for the Q. one so they will be impacted even though they have actually given us the quantifiable of how big the impact is and we expect many others to to follow yeah they're all the supply chain risks for apple itself can I please twelve percent of global semiconductor Damone purchases there's also the fact that if we look at the S. and P. five hundred in totality to date we've had earnings cools from three hundred and sixty four companies of the S. and P. five hundred also is only thirty four have said that there will be an impact from corona virus in a guidance school modified guidance in some capacity to to the forest to the false majority have not mentioned the forest by the because they just do not know yet or in a few instances because they want be an impact because perhaps your utility company but the majority I think it is safe to say just don't yet know how big the impact will be but this is an ongoing dynamic situation yeah which is is still to play out I think for many companies and the lasting surprise that so many companies we haven't seen the kind of news that was dropped by apple yesterday but I guess to your point the discounted the hands around this yet what's been amazing for many of us reading through the sell side research now it's getting our hands around the analyst community in Banff use is the T. word just keeps coming up again and again and again transitory to improve transit tree temporary milliwatt point you look at things inside perhaps this one B. is trying to trace some people think I think that's when we have to still thinking that if you think the insurance the city Klay given the size of the economy there is basically no no radio envelope season for this year the now we sing some data such as the the German video you take to this morning such is the way of a from Angie's surveys throughout being impacted in terms of low confidence we'll saying issues in terms of hitting a European confidence and that the risk I think is that the one thing is not back potentiating Q. two because of this kind of hang over effect affects many industries and he's not just specific to Q. a Chinese Dimond so you know the risks of five G. small things in the second half of the year could be impacted travel tourism retell easily see having having the fronts of us some issues as well we've heard from you will have selective under on the little squeak and Ralph Lauren as well trying to get some some qualification around how risky this could be going forward I think that we have and that is not yet but it will be an issue Neil with all your experience at Mehrabad securities as you look at the broader effects an implication in response to the corona virus and wondering what you're seeing is some of the emerging Asian economies a lot of people saying that China is responding with more stimulus they'll be able to stave off some of the economic slowdown some of these other economies less prepared to do so what type of demand cannibalization what kind of loss into manta we're gonna see from those nations that's a great question I think that we're already done saying for example visions down to Singapore GDP for example we had South Korea potions going out just this morning and talking about a a risk of an existential crisis provisional controlled you'll sing impacts on also vendors in in South Korea you would naturally expect some full out into other countries such as Vietnam so supply chain that exists around China is essential for the whole of the the the economic region what do you study my sales view specter guesstimate of the elasticity of cutting expenses for industrial and tack in TMD can they do they have the wiggle room to cut costs fast given revenue prospects are slower I think we we generate Germany see if he'll if you'll a company is willing or industrial you'll you'll take Haiti is very difficult to reach you such a key thing called if you up the capacity utilization focused semiconductor fat you money to people that you would need a home hallways wife and city but you have to keep those five said ninety percent plus capacity utilization rates otherwise your margins get negatively impacted very quickly I was also very slow to to to increase class again once he's been caught so it's often not something you can just dial down for two weeks I know I have an impact they're also going to tend to something can't just to wrap things up and that's the trump administration according to several reports considering new restrictions on exports to kind of get technology into China this is something the over the last month or so it's been increasing the other look because of what's been happening with the corona virus how close the eight looking at those kind of movies potentially coming up this year they'll I think it's it's something which he described as I'm going on a P. war between China and the U. S. which is very concerning to supply chains for one thing I think that we've had to oversee the blacklisting of Kool aid Austria but actually what what ended up happening was so cool which is supplied components supplies from other countries outside of the U. S. and displacing the U. S. component companies so U. S. is now looking at other tactics if you basically binder Quitman being shipped out to China a note giving those licenses has ramifications full for many companies around the world and I think basically what is happening is we have a a superpower battle to which which superpower nation becomes the leader for five G. technologies because many reports suggest is fourteen trillion dollars of economic gains tension between now and twenty thirty five from five G. and not I think he's hall what's going on in this battle I teach you to see right now between the United States and China and Europe tell your funniest somebody stuck somewhere in between and prime minister Johnson maybe more in between is than the others in between you know they are and where is this trip was canceled or somebody's trip was canceled I'm saying that yeah I think we saw the results of the weekend he's not getting along with the president of the United States the Bloomberg NJ IT stem report brunch by New Jersey institute of technology a top one hundred National University in the latest US news and World Report college rankings learn more at news dot NJ I. T. dot EDU his name in there Tom John Lisa good morning the big news in science technology engineering and math you just mentioned the trump administration is considering new export restrictions on cutting edge technology to China for people familiar with the discussions say it's part of a push to further clamp down on Wall ways access to vital semiconductors and to limit development of passenger jets by the country senior officials could decide in the next week and a half on whether to block China for buying jet engines made by a joint venture of General Electric and France based sovereign designed for the Chinese made C. nine nineteen passenger jet which is currently undergoing flight test some administration officials want more aggressive efforts to limit China's technological rice and contain what they see as potential threats to national security demand for smartphones is likely to fall this year by as many as twenty million units given the corona virus outbreak that's according to a note from Morgan Stanley which also forecast consumers may spend more on medical products suffer a loss of income and face potentially higher unemployment and to some higher flying news I guess you could say if you have the right stuff to be one of NASA's so called Artemis generation astronauts this could be your chance applications are being accepted to become an astronaut between March second and the thirty first it is a rigorous process as you might imagine so are the requirements not only do you need to be a U. S. citizen but you also have to hold a master's degree in a stem field astronaut candidates also need to pass the long duration space flight physical has become famous part of NASA astronaut training new class will trains to
China now including 'clinically diagnosed cases' in its coronavirus figures
"Of course corona virus one of the main stories we've been following these days and we keep seeing these numbers climb out of China and it seems like over the past few days they've really been spiking about what's going on with that well they have been in some of it has been because of actual cases that that have been coming in but we we've seen last twenty four hours or so a big spike in the number of dead in sick and the reason for that is China is now counting their case is different laid that under their new account they've got one thousand three hundred sixty seven people have died that some two hundred fifty four in a day and that the number of confirmed cases in China have he is now a jump to fifty nine thousand what they've done is there now including including what's what's called called clinical clinical diagnosis diagnosis those those who who have have bad bad doctors doctors diagnosed diagnosed him him with with corona corona virus virus if if doctors doctors have have done done long long imaging imaging and and then then said said yes yes you have coronavirus verse is just those who have had lab tests done here in the U. S. is only based on the lab tests and that's how it has been in China but China has such a backlog so many untested people but now they've just got to say you know what doctors know what they're talking about your doctors have done a I can't stand and they have the symptoms of coronavirus we're just going to count them and so all of a sudden they've added those numbers in and and the numbers have gone way up now the CDC in the WHL the World Health Organization they're not including clinical diagnosis yet they're just going based on those who have had lab tests done so the numbers are now a little funky the you've got China reporting one number the rest of the world reporting another either way the the numbers are high but China is now including those that that haven't had the lab tests done
"world report" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Time another list it's from the United States news and World Report and it's a list of the best countries in no were old again consider the source now every time I say that I get emails forty we consider the source just that consider the source don't be part I'll just believe everything somebody tells you I'm not suggesting that the store when I say that I'm not suggesting the sources right I'm not suggesting the source is wrong just consider the source do a little investigating my wife sometimes says things that make me go huh and when that happens here's how you sometimes can further educate yourself ask how do you know that they are then forced to give you the source and then you can consider the source well Mary tell me okay don't even know anymore let's say you don't know whether I may marry knows what she's talking about merry doesn't know what he's on about but here we go with the last best countries in the world US news and World Report he came up with the last they ranked seventy three nations across a large range of categories but mostly looking at economic influence military might education and quality of life for the fourth year in a row number one Switzerland Canada was number three last year they have now moved up to number two the United States was number eight last year they moved up a spot to seven this year is the best country in the world the magazine did say however that the United States is not perceived as very trustworthy dropping to a record low of sixteen percent on a scale of one hundred United States as you would expect does land at number one in the magazine's power rankings followed by Russia Canada is the most trustworthy country according to US news and World Report here are your top ten best countries in the world or ten Norway number nine Netherlands number eight Sweden what we know about those three basically all in the same place well Norway and Sweden Netherlands west of Germany United States seven United Kingdom six your top five best countries in the world number five they must have done this before recently Australia well the problems are happening there Germany's for Japan is three Canada's two and Switzerland is number one in case you're wondering about the five worst countries in the world got those for you after headlines traffic and.
"world report" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Should consider tipping as well as tipping standards the United States according to US news and World Report and who to tip dot com you feel about a spirit movie you give these simple tips a little holy bop hotel doorman valleys porters one to five dollars I guess I never understood the whole trip to the doorman some of you ever took the doorman no but I don't usually go to hotels so I don't really know that it can we have some pretty swanky hotels in New York and in Washington and the like I mean I've never thought the guy opening the door because I can open it goes in well I mean do they mean like the the person to help you with that your bags I mean I I guess I get that well the valley the Porter rebuilt the probable the valet is probably parking your car or there's another valley I guess who works inside the Porter I apporter sounds like somebody who like empties expressions of I'm not sure but I'm not sure I I understand why the guy opening the door gets a gets a dollar five dollars we got to do just like I have a lot of castle to start handing every something when you go to a hotel some some illegal sorry they don't we got over there at million over the door for you close the door get old just him a finalist hotel concierge is five to ten dollars no but they be pretty good cash hotel room service fifteen percent of the bill that is the back to living your food to you hotel housekeeping two to five dollars a day what do you do that Lee finals on your on your your desk or something say Hey this is for you hotel housekeeper parking attendant up to two dollars so you pull in and the person who's sitting there I guess so you pay for parking there and use these attending the parking lot Hey here's a couple of dollars is going to sit near me again do you sometimes it does make sense to me bartender one to two dollars per drink well I don't drink but I've been home yeah but I've been the bar scene that they're charging fifteen dollars for little glasses on yeah but it is pretty standard to be like if I have gone to drinks that I tip a dollar per drink you don't but I never restaurant servers fifteen to twenty percent the pre tax bill yes what I do food delivery service ten to twenty percent of the pre tax bill see that's that's get you in because they're getting paid for delivering it I I I I don't know about that I mean I want to give them something but to tip them the same exact amount of somebody who's like waiting on you the entire time you're the restaurant I think that's a different story one dollar that I get that if it's a catered service like we're gonna get catered for our whole family order something at subway they don't get the money you know I don't know about that one yeah hello burst is thirty three brief does hello no idea I thought you arrange so that friendships Luton or Spanish or something Battista up to a dollar so again I will go to Starbucks before you stand I think a couple coffee twenty six dollars you got to give the dollar and the twenty six Bucks for Starbucks yeah pretty much they're really expensive those are for five dollars for a glass of something I have given an extra dollar shut up spot as you can tell the twenty percent I again I don't go to spas have no idea hairdresser ten to twenty percent used up some I was tempted to three percent taxi or ride Cher driver ten percent to fifteen percent yeah again I don't get it I mean I have I don't know they're collecting the money what is that like they're providing me something over the top of what I'm getting you look up like in order to pizza and the person takes the time to jump in his car delivered to my house nice and hot so the family could eat it we can pull some extra for bringing me my food the taxis just driving me from point a to point B. which is exactly the Java taxes you do so about that a tour guide fifteen to twenty percent so my god we're going to work now they have the movers four to eight dollars per hour the movers are getting paid pretty good change your given forty dollars more every hour shut up basketball for a raise if your regular client looking more personal token appreciate your some last minute gifts you can still buy and then you get a bunch of give you can buy for people like the made I guess so I mean I agree with a lot of that I'm not a Grange I Tipo exam you know pretty generous guy yeah but but at the end of the day the sun was just seems silly because I've centered over the door all day get paid an hourly wage and have people handy cash coz open the door look at the job hello yeah I understand all that open the door you got a hundred dollar bill for maybe that doesn't make any sense so you your thoughts about that do you tip more like a look if you got a mail carrier that you'll like it is taking care of Beijing will some some yeah I know we we recently your mom was giving it a like a the delivery people like we have ordered thirty seven hundred things on Amazon for Christmas on Amazon and if you were at the house every single day and I think she put it some sort of a basket or a bit Hey delivery drivers rebel some here yes she did it was really cute and I am very cute but I mean beyond Madame like a give give you extra money I don't know hello is that what is my stations and our bosses on on all sides of how the show works have not said Hey merry Christmas here is a bunch of money nobody said that what they said what you what you have a job next year Spanky that's the kind of what they said in a kick in the **** as I walked out of the office what are your thoughts on his eight eight nine four one tags and eight nine four one seven two four seventy tip some extra time of the year or no not really not really doing that but we have a full line was hello welcome to line three it's going to be David in southern California did what's going on I your ideas are sold in California you were talking about people waiting in line yeah my good neighbor go to Sweden what Jeez you would not believe your wife knowing somebody walks up with to a person were you before you know there's a line coming off that person yeah branching out all over the place she's people don't get a social Q. one free can all right you know it is all you got to be kidding me this is ridiculous so so what you're saying is socialism causes bad lines because Sweden no we want this meeting socialism I've never been this week to be honest with you I would other books a smorgasbord there standard the gravel and you know what it's no different than being in America when you go to a lot of lot of them European countries is no different agamic Donald ago burger king everything else is just the way the light a lot of stuff that we would be used to doing that yeah well you can line is one of them I mean they got tunnel vision when you're walking around the wonder drug thing to get television right and Jeez the pedestrians are on suicide missions you're stepping out for a call or something else his again I've never been to Sweden but when you're there you hear people speak Swedish doesn't sound a whole lot like mortgage your good talk about abortion border well a lot of that going on you can hear we're talking white you know what they're talking about kind of thing when you hear them say something and believe me all the European countries are increasing in English so you really think washes the language of money it's the language six asks I got to do what I preach in these have not been to Sweden I have no plans to go to Sweden but it does save us that's what a seller there doesn't Morgan Morgan party sugarbush approaching this week they are we in Sweden right now your I'm fluent in Swedish it's a nine four one tags Joe packed dot com we're coming right back there.
"world report" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"U. S. news and World Report exceptional Brigham and women's care at locations across eastern Massachusetts Reagan health dot or six thirteen let's get rolling on the roadways this morning at war maybe not we're starting to see a lot of company out there the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Lori you're brought to us by Brigham health I just got a couple of different issues right now first off I ninety three south Bundy start to jam up in Methuen and now there's that reports of the generator it's out there it's a error either generator a large piece of construction equipment on ninety three southbound in the left center lane right by one ten there in with that one so watch out for that delay also route three sap I got a crash at four ninety five one of the passengers pregnant being taken to the hospital there also another crash to watch out for others sake Umbridge south on it's in the right hand lane on the bridge itself at the crash at the route one merging traffic is jammed back across the lower deck to assembly square well the a check now the upper end of one twenty eight with my free insurance copter one twenty eight south beds a bit tight from route one pass walnut street then very slow from Salem street on the way to route ninety three not bad from there through Walt them though David Struff Pelita my friend George copter it crashed we had eastbound on the mass pike involving a tractor trailer truck has been moved into the breakdown lane just before two ninety in Auburn traffic continues to be slow getting past there but once you do get past it our C. reduce speeds at four ninety five through Weston at this point Lori Greiner WBZ's traffic on the three door this morning it still feels like summer here in Boston partly cloudy skies seventy one degrees some areas get up to eighty before the wheels come off.
"world report" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"world report" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Details US news and World Report every twenty eighteen Z. one a one point five news times seven oh three now New Jersey one one point five fast traffic remains a total mess up there with all the flooding a cellphone truck lanes of the turnpike we have an accident over by exit nine east Brunswick also read eighteen shut down Tice's lane in east Brunswick flooding with cars reported smoke on the water there and twenty seven south as delays from exit seven all the way down toward a four forty in fact for forty us some flooding with cars stuck in water there in Perth Amboy cellphone between New Brunswick Avenue in the garden state parkway and we've also got on the parkway itself north dumpling my one thirty one and is when severe flooding reported with the left lane closed on thirty five south in Perth Amboy shut down because of flooding in an accident between Smith street in victory circle so that is one to avoid as well a what a big jam up we have there and the traffic on the US album parkway very busy from Irvington all the way down over the Driskell bridge before it even begins to let up just a little bit Monmouth County in thirty five north county road afford Laurence parkway police reporting multiple flooding conditions there in the Aberdeen area and as you make your way across the Hudson leaving New Jersey George Washington bridge looks like just a minor delay there over at the Lincoln tunnel I'd say easily forty five minutes to an hour over at the Holland tunnel a key factor in the sky way which is jammed up in both directions lots of flooding in Hudson county affecting one in nine and also Robert seven and five await all of those roadways subject to flooding so the Pulaski skyway is a complete mess maybe an hour to the Holland from the sky way the turnpike extension not great but at least that'll get you by a little bit better and seventy eight has very heavy flooding eastbound from east of the parkway running toward the turnpike Angie Torres New Jersey traffic north Mike Barker New Jersey traffic south on the turnpike southern half looking to blaze as you go cell down coming down towards exit number four that's an accident being cleared also pockets of volume weather related volume as you go north of exit for heading up towards the exit five and six to ninety five south bound at exit forty three thirty eight mount laurel that's a big jam is an accident being cleared more delays why horse pike down to the forty two freeway on the southbound side of forty two were jammed up off the wall with the bridge right down to two ninety five right down towards black horse pike in north down forty two that's gonna be slope off the Atlantic city expressway heading up into Washington township and on up towards the area fifty five that is on there are related argument one ninety five as you go east or west between the turnpike in the sea the Jackson area gets a very heavy rain through that area and especially on the eastbound side we're seeing some pretty heavy volume crossing the Delaware at least for now does little volume than Franklin bridge leaving New Jersey while wooden bridge better choice back to Jersey though then Franklin bridge is definitely the better choice category fifteen minutes your next report seven eighteen on New Jersey one a one point five your Jersey traffic brought to you by advanced surgical and geriatrics because when it comes to your health you deserve the best put your trust in one of the safest weight loss surgery programs in the country call eight five five.
"world report" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"List from US news and World Report of the top fifty smart money moves that we should make and number four on this list track our own spending. This gets back to that that word. Everybody hates the budget. But vitally important, especially as we move into retirement. Even for those among us that have saved a great deal of money and have a relative affluence, or at least a lump sum that should help us make it through retirement confidently. We have to understand what we're spending and what we expect that lump sum to generate for us all of this. Go back to what I said before you know, realism is the thing. So, you know, and I tell people even if you you have this love somebody you think this is going to be enough and so forth. And if you've done some preliminary kinds of research and so forth, take the number. You've got and reduce that number by ten to fifteen to twenty percent. And let's pretend that's what you've got now plan around that. And don't just make assumptions one person in a family, husband or wife might be the one that does the money were and other one might be the one that is dreaming about what we're going to do. We've got to get this thing down to earth and realistic, and that's gonna help eliminate a lot of conflicts later on. And if we have time to adjust things you start working on these guys the things five years eight years ten years before you're actually going to start retiring. Well, then we have a chance to bring the two together Britain bring the realism and the plan together to make it work in the future. So yeah, I think that nobody likes to word budgeting, I agree with you accepting accountants, but a lot of good accounts out there too. And incidentally, not a bad idea to discuss the things we're talking about with an accountant and with an adviser, I oftentimes work with with accountants in helping people put together plans and so forth because he account knows things that I'm never going to know, they're gonna know things about taxes and so forth, and so on and they're gonna have a feel for the changes coming and so on and that helps a great deal in the process. So, you know, with the permission of the client oftentimes, do this kind of thing with an accountant, and sometimes we get him on the telephone and the speaker phone in the office, and we're asking questions. And we're helping come up with a realistic solution. We'll mapping out what we expect to achieve what our goals are as well as how our dollars are working to help us achieve and accomplish them. That's what a good deal of this first section of this list of fifty smart money moves to make pertain to this US news and World Report article echoes and reiterates and reinforces what Mike.
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"Did drive. My demon in today. And I wish everyone could go to work in a dodge demon because it changes your outlook on life, George Kennedy. Joining us now freelance automotive journalists he works for cargurus. Boston globe. US news and World Report and others, George. What's going on brother? To be with you, man. I, you know, just, you know, cranking away just like you work in our butts off into doing fun stuff. I I thought you were at Monterey. Yup. And that looked awesome. But I mean like you said before it's kinda getting pretty big right right out of control. Yep. So if that play too much, or if you're on the east coast, I do offer an alternative I was just out at historic weekend at lion rock party. You know, here's the deal, especially for those on the east coast because to think three's twelve things when it comes to the Monterey weekend. The and if we just name them off first of all for those on the east coast travel is expensive. Okay. But if you're coming out there, and you own one of those multi million dollar cars, obviously money is not a problem, but still finding a hotel even if you have the money is a problem. The traffic is so horrendous that fortunately, I was with Nissan and INFINITI and we were doing some stuff out there. So I had a driver taken me around. That was cool. I gotta tell you because you know. But even then I found myself waiting for an hour for the guy to pick me up when I called him. And he was like right up the hill. And I'm like how long eagles wanders right up the hill. And then he got there shaking his head. Like, oh, dude. You have no idea. What? So. Well, I'm just saying that's the tip of the iceberg because of its turned into a bit of a zoo. So yes, I would actually one of these days like to go to lime rock because it is after Pebble Beach. Good morning. This is Ron so much..
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"And World Report southbound seventy five doing okay through the construction zone. At Glendale Milford but slow from. Above the lateral, to what's left of an accident near Mitchell left lane is blocked off there's also a wreck on township line. Road, between Middletown road and forty two that one with injuries Chuck Ingram NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w now these forecasts from GNC weather center buy one get one half off set an iheartradio station sunshine hot and humid again today we're headed for a high of ninety two degrees. Is eighty two, right now it's the first known collision involving the new electric scooters that are for, rent downtown over the. Rhine to downtown workers knocked down in a crosswalk during. Their lunch break by someone on a scooter who kept on going councilman peachy sitting met with representatives of. Bird, yesterday in tweet said he's hopeful Partnership can be worked out to keep them on the streets safely councilman Bill Cunningham, guests coming right up they were complaining of headaches neck pain few kids taken to the hospital this. Morning to be. Checked out after a bus taking children to west Claremont middle school was rear ended by a car happened on Amelia olive branch road statement from the district calls the accident minor says the busted and to sustain any damage by the county coroner confirming now the. Body found last week in field and liberty township is that the week the, missing Westchester woman twenty, nine year, old Michael Strauss is behind bars charged with her murder Westchester police chiefs gonna talk about the case in a news conference, later, this afternoon Campbell. Got, a jury we'll be deliberating soon in the. Murder trial of shaney Uber's this is the second trial for shooting to death or ex-boyfriend Ryan Poston during the first case convicted or after five hours of deliberations closing arguments in that trial underway right now meeting to vote on a deal to provide financing for the new thirty million dollar FC Cincinnati training facility in Milford canceled again Hemmer. County port authority won't meet the afternoon no date, for a vote has been set former Bengals cornerback Darius Hillary is back in stripes sycamore high school grads been signed by the Bengals as a free agent was on the practice squad back in twenty sixteen he's the son. Of, former Bengal receiver IRA Hillary news a.
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"I also had a history of confusing drill and real world events now the fcc final report says it will hold the state to its pledge to improve its public emergency alert system this effort is the beginning of our effort to restore the public trust and those are words from governor who is now struggling to be reelected after this tobacco joe ruble news ninety six point five wdbo connecticut man says his love for pop star taylor swift led him to rob a bank me too what's rallying to robbing a bank in connecticut and then driving to swift some in rhode island where he threw some of the stolen cash over her fence trying to impress her he was spotted by state troopers and lead them on a chase back to connecticut where he was arrested us news and world report publishes its list of the best places to live in the united states and shockingly we are not on the list ranks the country's hundred twentyfive largest metropolitan areas on affordability job prospects and quality of life for the second year in a row austin texas took the number one spot colorado springs colorado is number two bumping denver colorado down to number three des moines iowa moved up five spots and now ranks fourth in the country bill arkansas is number five for the second consecutive year that's a lisa z reporting by the way they rolled on show last night at disneyland disneyland at the castle and disneyland with an up.