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"john bird" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To thirteen with six forty eight to go the extra point snap spot kick on its way it is through Blue and the New York Giants wide seventeen with six forty eight to go one play for yards manning the manning M. forces the fumble of Ryan grant and returned by Blackburn with before and Lambeau field is right now time to kick it off with a knuckling kick into the wind field by field that the to field is going to be here right at the twenty four actors obviously down seventeen three three forty nine to go and Rodgers is been sacked three times actors of lost three fumbles should've lost before rebates only touchdown was set up on the Jennings fumble that was ruled down by contact six thirty nine ago skews me looking real quick strides the giants Rodgers steps up in the pocket Paul John bird if you could pick up from the Rogers longest completion so far today nineteen yards his longest completion today everyone with the ability to one of the in this tournament because completion record jurors out of the shot it's the second slides lock is under pressure to get any closer four men getting closer by the giants six twenty eight to go in the ball game thirteen ten coming up for Green Bay well we talked about if you're one of the breaks fifteen and one once the NFL playoffs start it's not a series one game a drop ball you dropped some passes the other team physical view that fifteen one means it's about the match up there to draw to jurors on a third and ten for the Green Bay twenty four wide receiver four down linemen for the giants they do not let's watch his back faced by you in your slides to his left everybody's public uses light things begin to the the field complete seventy three defenses they had a first down let's take a look at call.

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The Comeback Bird: Meet the Ko'Ko'

Short Wave

05:49 min | 1 year ago

The Comeback Bird: Meet the Ko'Ko'

"Hey everybody I have shortwave reporter. Emily Kwong in the studio with me. Hey Mattie hey you you so today we are turning a spotlight on Guam which is a US island territory in the Pacific Ocean. That's right Guam. Is An eight hour plane ride from Hawaii Wii but a quick phone call for us to reach Suzanne Medina. She's a wildlife biologist with the Guam Department of Agriculture. We spoke with her at five fifteen in the morning. Her Time Eight. I naturally get up early. I enjoy the quiet. In the morning on Guam assists a little too quiet because there are no birds that are are waking up with us. Why is it so oh quiet? I feel like it's a tropical island so it should be bustling with some birdsongs. You would think but sometime. In the Mid Twentieth Century Guam's biodiversity diversity began to take a nosedive because of one slithering stowaway. Yeah in the late. Nineteen forties the island was being rebuilt. This was after World War. Two and some military cargo ships arrived with Brown tree. Snakes on board be snakes are venomous. Prolific tree climbers and most significantly. They have no natural predators on Guam. So they're eating all kinds of stuff but nobody's really eating them. Essentially yeah the Brown tree. Snakes invaded the island gobbling up eggs and birds at a rate that was really shocking. It profoundly alter the ecosystem in Guam and the forests grew for more and more silent with every passing year because of this one snake. Yeah and biologists. They felt totally helpless because they didn't have money to bring these preyed upon John Bird populations into captivity and no one in the scientific community including fish and Wildlife Service believed that a snake or what invasive Predator could take an entire population. It had never been documented before. So that's why it wasn't until the late nineteen eighties that we were able the start to receive funding on recovering birds and by that point multiple forest dwelling bird species had disappeared. Some of them only found on Guam. They became totally extinct in the wild meaning. They aren't in nature anymore but there are a few of them in captivity. Yes and there were two species headed in that direction. The Micronesian Kingfisher Fisher which is called the Sea Hake in tomorrow the indigenous language of Guam and the Guam rail which is called the cocoa military personnel assisted in creating these human human chains to scoop up the remaining birds including twenty-one cocoa and from this founder population of captive birds almost forty years since the cocoa go vanished from the wild in Guam. There are now more cocoa in the wild then in captivity. The cocoa is back back again again. No cocoa okay. All right tell a friend today on the show. We cocoa the second bird in history that we know love to come back from extinction in the wild. How biologists did it with a little matchmaking and a lot of patients are emily? You've brought us the recovery story of the Guam rail the second bird in history to be brought back from extinction in the wild. What do they look like? Okay so Guam. Rails which are called Coco in. Guam are about a foot tall brown with a grey stripe above their eyes. And they don't fly so when Coco's were thriving in Guam rancher scattering chickenfeed would often see them Creep in out of the forest. There's wonderful stories of families leaving their doors open to their houses. which is what we do and you would find? A Family Coco in in your house. Just kind of like hanging out in there and maybe foraging in the kitchen or whatever you just have to push them out the door they slugs snails seeds flowers out there getting food they can get it. Aren't we all right and they have what's called a territorial call and it's a very long one minute Data data data data that that that the data in it just goes on and on. Suzanne Medina loves these birds. She came to Guam in nine hundred ninety seven and by that time the forest had grown pretty quiet. The trees had been a native birds weren't around to disperse their seeds in. You mean like disperse them with their poop. That's right poop doesn't and get enough credit. It's important no. It's true and in the absence of these native birds. The spiders they preyed upon totally surged. Suzanne actually carries a stick. Dick as she walks around the forest knockoff spiderweb so the forests are just all out of whack so clearly. The situation is pretty bad. How did Suzanne and her colleagues bring back Sococo well? One of their first allies in his effort. Zoos on the American mainland so in the late nineteen eighties. Zoologist at the Guam Department of Agriculture named Bob Beck championed a major recovery effort. This founding group of twenty-one Coco's that were captured were split up. Some were sent to zoos zoos including the Smithsonian Zoo here in DC that was Guam's insurance population like a bird savings account shirk. The other birds were kept in Guam to to be the production population so to be bred in captivity and eventually released but there was a big problem. What was that well? The offspring the first generation born in captivity did not want to make babies. There's a lot of aggression issues with them. Some perspective mates would actually fight each other instead. I mean captivity is pretty stressful. It's definitely not a mood setter uh-huh and these biologists did not know what to do. It's not like there's an instruction manual for raising cocoa's the birds went extinct in the wild so quickly that there was nothing known on natural history so a lot of what was done in the early years was just trial and error. Uh

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"john bird" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Read it once and then you read it again. I can't believe this. It's Bob Robin Cherries and believed this act of aggression comes to us out of Salt Lake City which I think you probably aren't expecting ain't it involves two men. One is a smoker that man is named John Bird and the other is a non-smoker. His name is Alex Jamieson and this happened happened outdoors at Salt Lake City at the Gallivan Center and someone was rolling video on their phone so we have that video. We're going to play that sound for you. Here's the basic gist of it. John Bird fired up a cigarette and Alex did not want him smoking in that particular their public place right and so Alex said put the cigarette out and John didn't want to put the cigarette out. I'm going to shoot you in the face of this fire extinguisher sure let's listen to be really good can spray with the fire extinguisher all your here. Are you really going to spray with the fire. Extinguishing cigarette smoking. They call cop cops. All the uh-huh I read the story to and it was supposed to the one guy was saying you can't smoke within twenty five feet of this facility and you could hear the guy saying. Oh show me the law as soon as you as soon as you hear a guy saying that you know you're dealing with a real. You know what John Byrd. The smoker said he asked a security guard and the guard said yes. You're allowed to smoke here. Is that right yes so it was the guy with the extinguisher that was wrong. Well there is a long Utah that prohibits smoking within twenty five feet of a business entrance and the door near the entrance nearest to where this incident happened is a door to a parking garage. There's also outdoor seating for a nearby restaurant near where it happened. Salt Lake police were called all to the scene but Alex Jamieson left before the cops arrived. the police have declined to comment. John Bird says I was assaulted hit and he has hired a lawyer. Well yeah when someone shoots you in the face with a fire extinguisher back. You are going to lawyer up after I will say the John Bird right right before he was shot with the fire extinguisher. Put the cigarette in the middle of his mouth enjoyed it his chin out like go ahead and do it and I think that that ah the guy says it's too much. I've got it with the fire extinguisher. You know sometimes. It is just too much isn't it. Can we hear it again. I I just like to hear the the events respiratory yet. Is it really going to spray with the fire exchange. You're are you really going to spray him with a fire extinguisher and cigarette and I'll tell you what he gets. He's only a couple of feet away. Oh that was very aggressive. It's an in broad daylight with a crowd of onlookers and somebody rolling video. He was was wrong to spray him but I think the guy was belligerent. To who is the woman I wonder who is saying it was holding the phone enrolling video where she she attached to anybody like the guy with nothing so she was just she was just. I think she was just going on yeah yeah yeah and he brought the fire and she was like. I'm going to record this. You know I think the guy who got it probably has a case well and now Scott video and he's got video too. That's right right you can't smoker her but but that doesn't give me the right to shoot you in the face with a fire extinguisher by the way who walks around run with an extinguisher he was where did that come from. I don't know if he just happened to have it or if you went and got it now. I do know from what I've been able to gather that Alex Jamieson missing the one holding the extinguisher he's involved in a bunch of area restaurants so he might have walked into one of the restaurants nearby it might he saw somebody smoking outside and he went in and got it. That's too much though you can't do that can i. I hate smoking. I hate the cigarette industry but you can't. It's your part of the fact that he did. I mean there's a part about Bob's trying to find a way to define Bob Bob Sense of justice that goes with this right you don't know I don't know how I feel about this attack against I'm against violence. I do know I take on it was well. You can't be smoking. It shouldn't be smoking but that doesn't mean I get to assault you with a fire extinguisher. Let's just put it this way. If I were the judge I'd let the guy for assault and battery. That's probably why you're not the judge and while you're one of the stars of the breakfast just put out there. I'll post this video up on our facebook. Check it out for yourself. Bobbin Sherry listen the new Bob and Sheri Twenty four seven Bob and Sheri Dot Com. I think we've discussed several times on this show that you cannot change anybody's mind on anything these days would you. Would you agree feel like that's pretty much. I I always want to change people's minds if I think that they're choosing the wrong side of an issue or a thought but I've given up just because of the way things are however I may I may change my own mind and because I was just reading about a three hundred and fifty year old trick to help change somebody's mind on a subject and it was invented by a French philosopher named Blaise Pascal French philosopher three hundred and fifty years ago he was a mathematician and he dealt with probabilities and he figured out that if you WANNA change somebody's mind here's how you do it. You increase your odds by first focusing on how they're right. Basically we all WanNa feel smart. Our Egos don't like being wrong so if you want to win an argument focus on stuff you agree with I it butters that person up and they're not as standoffish. They also are more receptive when you bring the hammer down on things that you don't agree with I completely agree with that and I have done that in certain situations right so there's a big issue. I I don't know what the issue is but I'll find part of the issue that I think okay this. This guy's got it right over there and I'll go for that first and then come in and say but I think this is really an incorrect way of looking at it. Does that sound right yeah. I I mean I I would never say to someone. That's an incorrect way of looking at it or you. Don't see it that way of course not I would. I use this on my kids all the time how so all the time so so. I just had this instance with my daughter who has been shopping online for homecoming dresses and she sends me pictures of these. Hoke addresses and who would be the first description of them and co would be me going cool. No that's not going to happen happen but instead of saying no that's cheap and you can't wear that I will reply with. I love that color but what I'm wondering is those sleeves look a little bit poofy and as soon as I introduced that she's like Oh you're right and then we're so she resets. Let's at or Oh I love that style. I think that would be great. This is exactly what this philosophers talking about. You just gave the perfect example I had we. We had a situation at home and my husband was just completely out of his mind and I said to him. Listen I agree with you. I think you're right to be completely and totally totally out of your mind and I see I understand how it is. You're completely and totally out of your mind and he's like I'm out of my mind like yes and I think anybody would be out of reminding your situation. Yeah I do that too. We had a situation with somebody that we need to do business with and Mary did not care for the sky very much at all but I knew this was the only guy to get certain job done so I that's what I did. I said I don't like the guy either and I know he let us down last time but it's the best price and I'll tell you what you won't have to be here when he comes see. I I didn't even do that. I just agreed that everyone would be right to be insane and I said let me just I'm Outta my mind to let me tell you what I'm thinking about this and then you know the whole thing just spun it around resolved. It moved on so there's a whole line of clothing for homecoming for young none other websites. They're real and some of them. I think they're coming from the assuming they're coming from China because I don't see how you can sell some of this stuff so cheap. She showed me one thing and I like it honey. But are you sure that's not like a cookie. That's been designed to look like address. 'cause I just no way address would be that cheap and also you know you. You can't return it because it costs more to return but aren't there some women's fashions that are made not to be taken seriously as a long term peace of of wardrobe. Yeah that's just the thing to wear and you know you're going to get rid of it. It's really bad for the environment. It's bad it's bad for human rights so when one particularly hoochie monstrosity came across my screen I said Oh my God I love this dress so much I would wear it myself and she's like right. Should I order it. I'm like yeah I just I. I JUST WANNA make sure we're okay with the whole carbon footprint human trafficking aspect of it that way because that's meaningful to her because she's a rewarding right right right. I'm a little uncomfortable. Even though the stress is amazing and this dress looked like to band-aids some glitter held.

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Data Crunch with Federica Cocco and John Burn-Murdoch

Data Stories

13:27 min | 1 year ago

Data Crunch with Federica Cocco and John Burn-Murdoch

"Get started with the topic of today so today as i said we have not one but two guests and we're talking about out of very interesting new data or data analysis and communications series from financial times and it's called beta data crunch and it's very very interesting series we're going to talk about it in a moment the end to talk about it we have federica cocoa and john bird murdoch welcome welcome federica and john on the show hello so we typically start the show with our guest introducing themselves so can you briefly give us so little bit of a background with your interest and maybe even your current position of financial times i'm john and i'm a senior data journalist at the f. not so i work as part of a big team including dates journalist statistics journalist graphics interactive all of all these the things developers analysts designers reporters yes so crunched his one of the things involved in at the moment as well as just doing lots of data driven an reporting and stories and graphics and my name is federica must statistics journalist i started working at the f. t. three and a half years ago i started out my career as a fact checker then i became a reporter i worked for the daily mirror and the times over time i just got frustrated with how after working as a fact checker how news organizations treated numbers and statistics and i felt like they weren't taking them that seriously and so when i joined the f. t. i just felt like i found the right place for me and here i get to count as much as possible statistics knows very good you have a lot of great data journalism coming out of a f. t. and the fun format that caught our eye we want year as well we want to talk about is the crunch series so can you tell tell us a bit about what that is and how you came up with the idea and how it works so crunched is a series of short videos where we address topics picks that are newsworthy we tried to explain so explain them so they're sort of an explainer format and we also fat fat check maybe controversial signs of them so for example we've done videos on on abortion on inequality on poverty you just addressing the issues behind statistics how you define the numbers and helping readers to understand how the fact checking process works but because quite often when people hear about charts and numbers you know the general population is maybe sometimes it scared of them so we try and make it fun and engaging engaging and very colloquial conversational we quite often use props we've done data visualizations with hera bows or a coke globe job or these number blocks that i used to use an elementary school in italy so we try to be creative with it as well i think they're sort of blending with one of the other questions nations we're going to discuss here as well about the the impetus behind this series and i think one thing we should mentioned as well this this is very much a collaboration between us on the data team and the video team itself self so juliet rebel on a on the video team was one of the well she was probably the initial spark actually who who suggested federally federica and i work on something like this and each of these episodes involves three or four people from the video team of course doing all the direction recording as well oh i think then yeah in terms of sort of other other reasons for doing this we both as along with a lot of people at the f. t. big funds the way that people hunt rustling have done data virtualization in the past in terms of really thinking about it as fundamentally trying to reach and engage with with people rather than just rather than this sort of like publication on one side reader on the other side and nothing in between really trying to think about how to actually bring people in make this stuff more accessible start conversations thing so yeah mona shalaabi from the guardian is another big inspiration mars is somebody who can then communicate numbers and a really fun and engaging way yeah and again i think mona was a big inspiration in particular for decision to try and draw these charts by hand rather than just presenting sort of prepared digitally designed and printed and another another reason for starting this series is that the f. t. is trying to attract younger audiences and so for example there was a focus focus group years ago that asked breeders how they pictured the f. t. if if if the if the frontal times were to be a human being and a lot of readers particularly or people in this focus group particularly women said they imagined a man in a suit the had their vacuum and so we're really there's a lot of efforts to try and and redesigned image rebrand because a lot of people who work at the f. t. r. like cost very a young they're very geeky very enthusiastic we have a lot of fun together in the office and so we were trying to to show that as well and to to do that i mean john and i work on stories that range from politics to markets to corporate new stories and the these things to cheat as i said to the general population they might be very dry but they can be really really interesting once you get into sure yeah absolutely i mean certainly certainly certainly from my part of trying to change that stereotype i'm not wearing a suit in any of these to try to make that clear but again i think my my way of thinking about about this is i i want as we're on the same page with this we want to produce something which if if someone stumbles upon one of these videos on youtube they weren't looking for they just get recommended it next we want to produce something where they they sit there and a give us give us a chance they don't immediately think oh what's this boring old financial mt thing they actually think oh what's this let's have a look so we're just trying to make something which feels a bit more native to that younger generation yeah i think what what really surprise me i think it's interesting that you've been mentioning a number of people who's working flint's your work but i still see a couple of really interesting interesting innovations in the way you you you create these videos so the first one the first one that caught my eye my eyes is this idea that you actually drawing in real the time the the extra graphs right i've never seen anybody do that i think it's really interesting right and by the way one question for you later on his how do you do that right and i think what really works what works really really well is that you have to people on the screen and and it's a very nice and casual conversation but it's not trivial at the same time right so i see these two elements as a very innovative vivere i like it a lot i guess it's a bit like the conversations that we might have at a pub generally that's when you become a journalist the first thing that they tell l. u. is this is how you decide if a story is good and how you communicate to imagine you're at the pub with your grandmother or imagine you are talking to your aunt aunts and driving away what's the first thing that you tell her just before she drives away so we thought about that and we thought about the conversations at the pub and they're sort of very very faithfully reflect that quite often you know we'll have debates about politics so in by turning them into videos and and thinking about our audience and people might want to listen to us there's also that extra element of having people commenting on the videos and aas being able to talk them and if they have any questions on the data then we can answer them so there's an extra interactive try yeah yeah yeah it is perhaps not surprising the as journalists journalists a lot of our ways of thinking about things involve the pub but it is remarkable how you know it's the same thing when when we've covered elections in the past on all always is be thinking okay what are the half dozen things that would be a great talking point when you were in the bump in the bar because it's it's not idea that first of all i think when you think about it in that context you're immediately thinking about making something fun interesting engaging you know no one wants to be the person who says what about such and such and everyone just turns the other one's uh-huh so when you imagine someone to across from you i think i think it really helps and then you also want to make it like we say not not lighthearted in terms of not taking issue seriously but just a bit more engaging so that someone feels that this is a conversation they can almost be part of raw than than just being told not and as he said without not being condescending i mean a big inspiration for me was i worked for a couple of years at a tabloid and tabloids get really bad raps but actually they're they're incredibly good at communicating new stories to anyone and that was reading reading important for my formation as a journalist work there and to know how to hard-right something to make simple without being condescending without being haughty without thinking that i'm better than anyone else for understanding something that's certainly something that i'm really really keen to eliminate from not you know not that it's a problem in data journalism but just sort of eliminate from the narrative about numbers that they're scary that they're complex lex and that not anyone can understand them i do genuinely believe that anyone count as long as they're passionate enough yeah i think again just to add one more thing on that point point that distinction between condescension and making something more accessible i think is really important on there was some conversation between a few days because asian partition is on twitter recently were i can't remember who it while someone was saying that the idea of talking to a broad audience was for them essentially code code for saying we should dump something down but that's absolutely not the way we are predecessor get is not the way a lot of a lot of tabloid approaches it's about thinking i want to put something out here it's not going to matter whether you are a postgraduate or whether you left school aged sixteen you're going to be able to see what we're talking about an understanding so i think that's really the aim here and also this is something that concerns you something that is very important because journalists this is every you know everyone a ah news stories about economics about finance about markets about mc metrics like poverty and inequality or about bush and they concern everyone and and so it's if if we don't make something understandable if people turn the other way it's on us it's not on them it's our fault yeah absolutely yes i think that's a great gap you're filling there and i think you're doing it really well so can we learn a bit about the process of what's happening behind the scenes especially early like how do you get you mentioned the sort of easygoing conversation and very like you're good team and you know like playing the ball into each other all the time to prepare is it like scripted doctor you know exactly what you're talking about or do you just talking and you keep the best bids or oh how do you end up with i'm curious because i have a podcast to run as well so as you can tell so far like february we really just don't like each other attack the nice is quite natural i think is like we said like federica said we're trying to create the natural flows so so you ask about script and we d- we don't tend to write word for word what we're going to say but will will be more like bullet points i think a few times that we tried to script it we sounded entire yes juliet anywhere exactly it's like you you sound it sounds sounds more official and also as soon as you slip up and miss one word it just completely throws you so we find that it makes a lot more sense to we we'll we'll rehearse things again canonise sort of rough outline censor know enough we know a lot about all of the different talking points so that whatever whatever way the conversation goes we can just make the natural thing this stuff is does require a bit more training and nothing that we're getting better at is just how we actually look on cameras so there are a lot of the stuff that i don't think comes across seemed to have three little things angles and where we should be looking at different times some is is completely natural and it's exactly what you'd expect but there are other bits when we'll have julia or one of the other videography saying how can you not look at that when you say oh can you look at each other when you're talking so it's becoming more natural but certainly the first couple of sessions we had quite of an back stage direction do you do like a couple of full run throughs and do a couple of takes the whole story or to repeat individual like like bits of

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"john bird" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We are expecting to hear from Matt Shapiro with the NFL talk. Some Pro Bowl kickoff. Three o'clock Sunday at Camping World stadium. In the meantime, Kevin refuse has more news for you. Tony troopers have just arrested a driver involved in a crash that killed a seventeen year old and south provide county last year old April Geilo had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit. When she crossed over the double yellow line and hit a car on Babcock street. The crash killed seventeen year old Zachary o'quinn and seriously injured eighteen year old John bird Geilo has been charged with DUI manslaughter and is currently being booked into the Bavard county jail Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO. If you're looking to get outside and enjoy the cooler weather this weekend. The Florida national scenic trail is officially a little bit longer this morning. The Florida trail association cut the ribbon on a brand new section of the trail in the lake. Lizzie conservation area of Osceola county, the three and a half mile hiking trail ads the existing seven miles already on property in. Title. The Florida national scenic trail is fourteen hundred miles long and runs from the Everglades all the way up to the panhandle. And the Trump administration will start forcing some asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their cases make their way through US courts, which could take years new rule requires asylum seekers who arrive without proper documentation to remain in Mexico during their immigration proceedings, but with the government partially shut down for more than a month. Immigrants may have to wait until twenty twenty two. These latest cases will be added to a record high backlog of over eight hundred thousand immigration cases that existed before.

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"john bird" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KCRW

"Them to a military lab. Just a few miles away forensic. Science has come a long ways really fast in the last decade or so John bird is the top scientists at the lab, which is charged with recovering and identifying missing US troops. There's kind of this general awareness now that all kinds of things are possible that used to be impossible. So the VA which runs the cemetery as existing more than six hundred fifty Korean war dead here. It's the single largest project. The identification lab has ever undertaken to reattach names to American unknowns. And now everyone involved from the cemetery cruise to the soldiers who move the rusting steel caskets to the lab and cut them open with power saws to the forensic anthropologists who unwrap the remains and clean and sort them into skeletons. And then try to figure out who they are everywhere. One is moving quickly. There's a big reason for the speed the ones that really knew them and miss them as people as well as just rolls in their life. You know, we're losing them. Rick downs leads the coalition of families of Korean and Cold War POW slash MIA's. His father's be twenty-six. Bomber went missing over North Korea. When downs was a toddler. They were the sisters, the wives. The cousins. We're racing time on that generation many have already lost that race his own mother died just two months ago. Downs advocacy group had pressed for years to get the Hawaii unknowns exumed because the potential number of identification was so great. We started saying, look, you know, there's guys down there can you use the newest DNA technologies to try to identify them. A Pentagon rule though said the scientists had to prove that there was a greater than fifty percent chance that they could identify the remains before they could be exumed. And there was a problem bird says that after the war US remains handed over by the governments of both Koreas were taken to a mortuary Japan where they were dipped in a chemical solution. They were treated with some pretty noxious chemicals like Fennell to hide it broke down the DNA, but a couple of years ago, the military's DNA lab in Delaware developed, a new method. It's slower and requires expensive machinery, but it works and in recent years, the scientists have also gotten better at using the bones themselves for identifying remains. So we're.

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"john bird" Discussed on Ask A Manager

Ask A Manager

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on Ask A Manager

"Teaching amend. Jim. Like, I'm here for everyone. This is not John bird. And that that was my ignorance sounds like crazy a Hoban get drag for saying it, but that was like, maybe one of my biggest lights feminists, moments achievements. When I had that that lightbulb gone realized that like, I could do this thing I could actually affect real change in terms of addressing the gender gap. That still does exist with cleaning because I could exploited. This not hole in knowledge that an entire generation not just women but have meant to have. I love that. I wanted to ask him about that actually because he started your column at the hairpin which was aimed at women. But then he started writing for more male audience have you noticed differences in the type of questions that you get from men versus women. No, great news. Everyone is filthy while you rains when it comes to how messy we are in the message, we make I did notice an uptick. Check in questions about cleaning catches when I started writing for men that was curious for me might take away from that as men really love their couches in NF. Great. And I liked it. They love them so much. They took leading expert to know how to clean them up. But there was one big difference that I noticed in this. This is a little dispiriting in in. It is this men and women ask questions in very different ways. Women tend to open their questions by apologizing for not knowing something apologizing for being gross. Just generally there's a lot of self-legislation that happens when women begin to address me before they even get into asking their questions, whereas men tend to open their questions to may by stating their credentials. They're smart our base of knowledge. And then they get to the question. They have to ask that is dispiriting, I notice, okay? We have a bunch of questions that people sent in for you. You that? I want us to tackle. We'll take a very quick break. And we'll come back with the questions. Hello, I'm angry, and I'm Laurin villa bum. And we have some exciting news for you are show foodstuff all about the science history and culture, food and drink is relaunching as saver. We along with super producer dealin vacant are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things that we like to eat and drink. We'll be talking to the culinary creators eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like. And how we can get more of those things in our lives on our first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year, economic depression with beer and food. We spoke with brewers chefs distillers farmers forgers historians in journalism who've been part of his turnaround, and we are going to be talking about all kinds of things like the medieval techniques going into some of the most talked about new beers. And how ashville was cemented as a tourist town by two berkey lives this and some of the things made possible and delicious by bacteria and east bacteria. Yup. Like cheese chocolate and the aforementioned beer booze. New episodes will be coming out as they always. Have Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts..

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"john bird" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Just tells you how did their, you know, really is inmates running the asylum, sometimes chaos, Bruce is fun. What we're talking about, the college football, playoff, who's in and who's who's not pay on as far when we're trying to determine why you see up can't get a. A Smith payouts is great when it's half is not a good thing for college football when we're talking about issues like the ones that allows stay in Maryland to let me let me jump in. Just ask you this and I'm not disagreeing. I'm just curious how you think this would work. Let's say there is a college football czar. What would that person he or she's involvement be like, would they be overseeing what the president of of via state is gonna make a determination on whether Furman Myers suspended for three games a season or not at all, or whether they would try to negotiate whether they're going to fire him, whether it's were caused or not? Well, the idea of having a conduit someone to consult with someone to go to as the institution to seek counsel of what direction we need to go, which would be similar to sell reporting to the NCAA if you happen to be involved in basketball, right in basketball is different. And and again, the fact that we still have to explain this, even people in the media makes me sick to my stomach just system us up stomach and we do, but they should be a, let's start Oliver luck type. If if he were. Available a Jack Ford type, which I think is another guy that would be a wonderful choice to be in this position. If the coverage commissioners would at least yield, okay, some power to someone, they trusted to say that when it comes to matters such as these, there will be voice that one voice will be the person that those people within the institution, if the commissioners are saying and they all do at some point. Well, this is an institutional decision that's a cop out given the circumstances that we have and with all the revenue that's available right now I'm telling you in college football a little bit like the NFL to some extent is having to deal with a lot of other issues right now that I think are striking at the core of its credibility for the long-term future. If we don't do the job protecting the product now in fifteen to twenty years, God only knows what it's going to look like. So you better become more preemptive in your thought process. And I think that looking into some of those Kurds of people that you should trust and people that Jim Delaney and Greg Saiki, Larry, scouted, John bird could all agree on Bob BOS at all. Agree on to say, okay, he's a three games. Is it? Is it happy year? Is it a year? We need somebody that's infamous to do that. Somebody that's actually independent of and what are we hear independent now for vintage in athletics, if never independent, like bogus committee that had three of its members. Part of the board of trustees that is fundamentally wrong. It's gonna stop in. This is the way you go about it at my. Okay. So now we've gotten heavy. We're going to lighten it up a little bit. We're gonna play a game, really stews going to be the contestant your going to be the judge. I want you to fill in the gap. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna throw out something I think I know about you and Stu is going to see. Because Tim and I were broadcast partners for a year and a half or in in brand New Year's like twenty. I will throw it it. I will throw it to Stuart says true or false, and then Tim will Tim, we'll explain. Can we do that? I'm I'm fascinated to find out whether it's going to entail, okay. This is what happens when I didn't have WI fi on across country flight. Okay. Here we go. All right. A things you don't know about TIMMY, be true or false..

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"john bird" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Conducting weapons training at. The compound near the Colorado border where eleven hungry kids were found in filthy conditions will. Hodge was arrested last week. With four other adults they're facing child abuse charges the thorny say the remains, of a boy were also found on that compound. But have not been positively identified by medical examiners meanwhile has CBS news is reporting that man that was arrested at that compound is the son of a controversial Brooklyn imam, who is on the list of people who quote maybe alleged as co-conspirators to the nineteen ninety three World Trade Center bombing Suraj Wahad who shares the name With his son who was arrested Saturday testified as a, character witness for a shake Omar Adele rom the notorious blind who was convicted in one thousand, nine hundred five of plotting terror attacks in the US and of course yesterday. On America's First News we spoke with we spoke with Ryan Miro of the clarion project and he told us that sources said the. FBI as, that had their eye on that compound for some time now the army has handed the. Lone dog tag that North Korea provided with fifty five boxes of human remains to the. Sons of Master Sergeant Charles. McDaniel while his family was grateful the dog tag is no assurance that mcdaniels, remains are among those that the North Korean army. Turned over to US officials John bird is the director of the defense department laboratory in Hawaii that's attempting to identify the remains but we're in the process right now even, as we speak in.

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"john bird" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Need you to leave now highway seventy four has been closed between Elsinore and. San Juan Capistrano defies, grown to more than six thousand acres and is moving towards the. Lake, Elsinore area man from Dubuque oh canyon on the Orange County, side of the forest has been arrested for allegedly starting the fire the first human case of West Nile in Orange County's. Been reported. In Tustin the person's a woman in her seventies Elion riverside counties have each reported three human cases this year Orange County had thirty eight reported infections and four deaths from West Nile last year aqap and Ohio taste an eleven year old girl has been put on desk duty the grill is suspected of stealing stuff from a supermarket. Monday night Cincinnati police department says the. Girl walked away from the officer and ignored several commands by him to stop she got, as in the back Cincinnati's police chief says it's very concerning a force of that. Nature was used on a child military scientists say the remains returned, to the, US from North, Korea could take months or longer. The doctor John bird with the defense POW accounting agency says scientists will use DNA and other lab tests Identified the. US soldiers we're going to. Look very carefully at the remains that were boxed with the with the dog tag to see if it's plausible that the remains could be the individual whose name was on the, dog tack. Bird says the accounting agency works to ID that remains that will also be working in. North Korea to explore next steps the US will impose sanctions on Russia for using a nerve agent in an attempt to kill a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain, the State Department's has Russia violated an international law by using a chemical weapon for, the attack in March Russia's denied being. Involved in the attempted murder the sanctions will. Take effect later this month following a fifteen day congressional. Notification period, and. A woman in South Carolina who cops say blew past the stop sign at sixty miles per hour. Tried to talk away out of going to jail but, police say your. Arguments only demonstrated how intoxicated she was please say the. Woman claims she'd only had two glasses of wine that night and. Maybe smoke some pot she said she was celebrating a birthday cups. The woman also told them they should arrest her because she's a Very clean thoroughbred white girl Traffic from. The helpful socal Honda traffic that was my. Nickname in, high school, problems, west Covina Yeah eastbound side of the ten grand avenue it's a wreck here that has all lanes shut down crews were the scene with his taking everybody off the freeway at granted is causing a gym.

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"john bird" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Four has been closed between lake Elsinore and San Juan Capistrano the fires grown to more than six thousand acres moving towards the. Lake, Elsinore area a man from tributo canyon on the Orange County, side of the forest has been arrested for allegedly starting the fire the first human case of West Nile virus and Orange County's. Been reported in Tustin the person is a woman in her seventies elan riverside counties of each reported three human cases this year the Orange County had thirty eight, reported infections and four. Deaths from West. Nile last year, a competent Ohio who as an eleven year old girl has been put on desk duty the. Girl is suspected of stealing stuff from. A supermarket Monday night Cincinnati police. Say the girl walked away from the officer and ignored several commands by new stop she, got teased in the back Cincinnati's police chief says it's very concerning that. A force of that nature was used. On a child military scientists say identifying, the remains, returned to the US from North Korea could take months. Or longer Dr John bird. With the defense POW MIA accounting agencies has scientists will use DNA and other lab tests, to identify The US. Soldiers we're going to look very carefully at the remains that were boxed with the with the dog tag to see if it's causal that the. Remains could be the individual whose name was on the dog tack bird says as the accounting agency works to ID. The remains will also be working with North Korea to explore next steps US will. Impose sanctions on Russia for using a nerve agent in an attempt to kill a former Russian spy and, his daughter in Britain State Department says Russia violated an international law by using a chemical, weapon for the attack in March Russia's denied being involved in the attempted murder the sanctions. Will take effect later this month following a fifteen day. Congressional notification, period. A, woman in South Carolina who cops say blew past a stop sign at sixty miles. Per hour tried to talk her way out of going, to jail but police say hear arguments only demonstrated how in toxic hated she. Was police say, the woman claims she'd only had two glasses of wine. That night maybe smoke some. Pot. She said she was celebrating a birthday cops say the woman also told them they shouldn't arrest her because she's A very clean thoroughbred white girl Traffic from the helpful socal. Honda traffic center Norwalk is shutdown.

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"john bird" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KSRO

"Learning more about the response from President Trump's legal team to. Special counsel Robert Muller about a potential interview with President Trump's sources close to the White House tell ABC news, the team wants to narrow the scope. Of the interview and are not inclined to take questions, about, obstruction of Justice. President Trump is celebrating last night's. Election results despite to racists still being too close to call one of them Kansas GOP gubernatorial primary secretary of state Chris Khobar has a small lead over the incumbent governor Jeff. Collier hundred ninety one votes what an exciting night it. Was when an exciting race in Ohio fewer than two thousand votes separate the candidates and the states. Conservative. Twelfth congressional district, officials say DNA from the remains of US war, dad returned. By North Korea are now being extensively tested DNA results, are gonna play, a, critical, role in our assessment of how many individuals set we have Dr John bird says. Other tests, will, be conducted. In the coming months Scott Goldberg ABC news I'm Tom Busby CNBC the trade war between the US and China just got a whole. Lot worse the Trump administration announced punishing new tariffs on sixteen billion dollars more worth of Chinese imports starting in about two weeks and, just today China announced its own retaliatory tariffs on US, made cars bicycle steel. And oil that's got the price of crude much lower today and it's got stocks mixed, right now the Dow down thirty two points, the NASDAQ though up about, nine curry Dr Pepper warning investors profits are being squeezed by higher costs, for. Aluminum apples that's because of. Existing tariffs so now it's raising, soda prices.

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Iraq War veteran's wife deported to Mexico after wanting Trump to intervene

Lawn and Garden Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Iraq War veteran's wife deported to Mexico after wanting Trump to intervene

"Following it NewsRadio twelve hundred w a, couple of, huge wildfires in northern California now are being treated as one massive blaze the ranch fire threatening thousands of. Buildings and prompting thousands of people to flee their homes in Mendocino and lake counties the fire has scorched, more than one hundred fifty thousand acres and his only thirty percent contained Pentagon officials say efforts to find American soldiers missing during the Korean war will continue in a news conference Major General Kelly. Mckeag says the, recent discovery of presumed American remains will not be the last doctor John bird says his preliminary assessment finds the remains are. Quote consistent with being Americans from the Korean war and the, wife of an Iraq war veteran isn't sure when she'll see, her two daughters again Alejandra warez a Florida saying goodbye to, her family before boarding a plane to Mexico and being deported yesterday members of. Congress delivering a letter earlier this week to President Trump asking to stop that deportation her husband. Is a naturalized American citizen A former marine with a tour in Iraq under his belt and, a self proclaimed conservative who voted for Trump both daughters born in the United States breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at w. dot com brought to you by comfort air. Engineering time now, for traffic and weather together we have an accident reported on the westbound side of highway ninety at couples not much of. A delay though attached to this that's the good news we, also have minor slowdowns as you move northbound on for ten, approaching thirty five on the northeast part of town if you, see wreck gifts a call to one hundred seventy five twenty six o one. I'm Stephen foster NewsRadio twelve hundred w Away. From the roofing dot com weather center A started the weekend on this Saturday with a. Few clouds initially did some afternoon signed China's the. High approaches ninety four clear to the evening the low tonight will drop to seventy. Five and partly cloudy and slightly..

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"john bird" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"News continues on this third day of August six. Minutes past the. Hour and new this morning secretary of state Mike Pompeo says North Korea's far from living up to its pledge to denuclearize and remains in violation of. Numerous United Nations Security council resolutions speaking Friday before he. Attended Asian security summit forum, with North Korea's foreign minister Pompeo told reporters there was still a ways to go before achieving the goal of reading the north of its nukes from Pao's, comments came after the White House announced Thursday President, Trump received a new letter from Kim Jong UN and responded quickly with one of his own on, the president, tweeted his thanks. To Kim, Jong UN quote you're nice letter he. Said, I look forward to, seeing you soon meanwhile a government scientists says an initial examination of remains handed over. By North Korea are consistent with being Americans John bird is the. Director of the defense department laboratory in Hawaii that's where the fifty five, cases of remains Arrived on Wednesday California would join a lawsuit led. By the state. Of Washington at seeks to block this reckless new Trump administration policy to allow the blueprint for the manufacturer of three d untraceable weapons to move forward. Donald Trump we'll have his fingerprints all over these weapons. If they start to be, produced in places like California and trying to locate them will be difficult even though they probably will be illegal to own and possessing California now you've put, us in the predicament of having to find him, we want responsible gun owners to be able to purchase weapons the way the law permits we don't, want people, 'specially criminals to. Go out, there and start evading the law because. The, Trump administration has now, made it easy for them to do so that was not the correct audio but. Just to give you an idea of how long it can take. To identify Korean war remains officials announced Thursday The remains of a soldier found more. Than a decade ago are being returned to his family for burial he was identified from remains recovered in two thousand five so that's how long it takes. Here is the scientists talking about that. Remains were returned this week the North Korean officials that we spoke to were very forthcoming.

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"john bird" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Now Forensic experts working to identify the remains of over fifty possible US soldiers killed in the Korean war a top forensic expert says the remains turned over by North Korea. This week are in his words consistent, with being Americans Dr John bird telling, reporters the bones appear to be from the Korean war era bird saying military items provided along, with the fifty five boxes of remains do match equipment that had. Been issued to US. Forces in the early nineteen fifties at a rally. He had lied in Pennsylvania. Late yesterday President Trump referred to vice president Pence having met the remains when they, returned from, the Korean, peninsula to Hawaii a few days ago traveled all the way to Hawaii. Twelve hours and that was. Okay Wouldn't if was fifty hours to meet the remains And the families of. The American heroes who gave their lives in Korea. The number of people sick and by eating tainted McDonald's salad is now up to nearly four, hundred according to the US food and Drug administration which says the outbreak has been linked to salad mixes from California produce company. Selena's, based fresh express their supplier. Of the bag salads tainted with the cyclospora parasites, the fast food company had to halt all salads sales at three thousand franchises as a precaution because of the multi state outbreak If you're eighty five. Or younger would.

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"john bird" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Friday Morning America's First news continues on. This third day. Of August pre-market numbers. On Wall Street trading up slightly Dow futures up seven this morning. S and p futures up less than a half. Point NASDAQ. Futures trading up for of course all eyes this. Morning we'll be on the Labor Department's monthly jobs report it, will be released at eight thirty a. m. eastern today we'll bring, it to you live right here on America's First News economist forecast that employers added one hundred ninety one thousand jobs last month, that's down from the two hundred thirteen thousand in June. But easily enough to lower the unemployment rate over, time the jobless rates projected to decline to three point nine percent, that would be near an eighteen year low of course pointers likely added those jobs at a solid pace with the robust economy at their backs nation shares were. Flat Friday in mixed trading ahead. Of that jobs report there appear to be Can't carry over from overnight gains on Wall Street is apple reached the one trillion. Dollar value level. Stocks climbed Thursday as. The surge boosted tech shares apple jumping two point nine percent tesla. Soared sixteen point two percent after it said production. Of its. Lower cost model sedans growing and CEO Elon Musk. Said the company does not expect to need to raise more, money from investors musk also apologized to those on the call yesterday, about his recent behavior we'll get more on that in just a bit when we check in with AFN RAF market analysts later, on in the show consumer products and healthcare companies they. Rose a second quarter results from corporate America continued, to surpass investors expectations and Google is reportedly working on a mobile, version of its search engine that would comply with strict censorship controls in China the intercept reported the works begun since well it's been ongoing since twenty seventeen it. Accelerated in December though Following a. Meeting between Google and top China officials the report cited internal documents and unnamed people familiar. With the plans according to the intercept Google created a custom Android app. That would automatically filter out sites blocked by China's. So-called great firewall Google at previously complied with censorship control starting in two thousand six as Sada toehold in, the booming Chinese economy but it faced backlash from human rights groups in some shareholders a government scientists says an initial examination of remains handed over by North Korea are consistent with being Americans John bird. Is the director of the defense department. Laboratory, in Hawaii that's where the fifty five cases arrived on Wednesday Korean officials that we spoke. To we're very forthcoming and candid with us and Couple of things they. Told us I these were remains believed to be American from the Korean war they also though clear with us that they couldn't be sure. How many individuals were represented in each box And it's a little bit. Of a complicated scientific process to determine, how many individuals you have when you have skeletal remains that. Are often fragmented and in some cases not well preserved we found remains that were consistent with being Americans We have remains that look. To have been in, a state of, preservation consistent with coming from the Korean war era The material evidence found with the remains was consistent with US military issue equipment. From the Korean, war and also was in a state of preservation consistent with having come from pre more battlefield sites as an anthropologist.

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Wall Street eyes more gains from Apple, its $1 trillion stock

KNX Programming

03:47 min | 3 years ago

Wall Street eyes more gains from Apple, its $1 trillion stock

"Friday Morning America's First news continues on. This third day. Of August pre-market numbers. On Wall Street trading up slightly Dow futures up seven this morning. S and p futures up less than a half. Point NASDAQ. Futures trading up for of course all eyes this. Morning we'll be on the Labor Department's monthly jobs report it, will be released at eight thirty a. m. eastern today we'll bring, it to you live right here on America's First News economist forecast that employers added one hundred ninety one thousand jobs last month, that's down from the two hundred thirteen thousand in June. But easily enough to lower the unemployment rate over, time the jobless rates projected to decline to three point nine percent, that would be near an eighteen year low of course pointers likely added those jobs at a solid pace with the robust economy at their backs nation shares were. Flat Friday in mixed trading ahead. Of that jobs report there appear to be Can't carry over from overnight gains on Wall Street is apple reached the one trillion. Dollar value level. Stocks climbed Thursday as. The surge boosted tech shares apple jumping two point nine percent tesla. Soared sixteen point two percent after it said production. Of its. Lower cost model sedans growing and CEO Elon Musk. Said the company does not expect to need to raise more, money from investors musk also apologized to those on the call yesterday, about his recent behavior we'll get more on that in just a bit when we check in with AFN RAF market analysts later, on in the show consumer products and healthcare companies they. Rose a second quarter results from corporate America continued, to surpass investors expectations and Google is reportedly working on a mobile, version of its search engine that would comply with strict censorship controls in China the intercept reported the works begun since well it's been ongoing since twenty seventeen it. Accelerated in December though Following a. Meeting between Google and top China officials the report cited internal documents and unnamed people familiar. With the plans according to the intercept Google created a custom Android app. That would automatically filter out sites blocked by China's. So-called great firewall Google at previously complied with censorship control starting in two thousand six as Sada toehold in, the booming Chinese economy but it faced backlash from human rights groups in some shareholders a government scientists says an initial examination of remains handed over by North Korea are consistent with being Americans John bird. Is the director of the defense department. Laboratory, in Hawaii that's where the fifty five cases arrived on Wednesday Korean officials that we spoke. To we're very forthcoming and candid with us and Couple of things they. Told us I these were remains believed to be American from the Korean war they also though clear with us that they couldn't be sure. How many individuals were represented in each box And it's a little bit. Of a complicated scientific process to determine, how many individuals you have when you have skeletal remains that. Are often fragmented and in some cases not well preserved we found remains that were consistent with being Americans We have remains that look. To have been in, a state of, preservation consistent with coming from the Korean war era The material evidence found with the remains was consistent with US military issue equipment. From the Korean, war and also was in a state of preservation consistent with having come from pre more battlefield sites as an anthropologist.

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"john bird" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Now we're being hindered by the Russian hoax helps. Okay. The president's director of national intelligence says it is not a hoax, but a real and current threat. Andy Field ABC news, Washington Tennessee voters have nominated Republican congresswoman. Marsha, Blackburn and democratic former governor Phil Bredesen to face each other in November's election to fill the US Senate seat being vacated by Bob corker. It's a race with major implications for control of the Senate. John bird director of the Pentagon lab in Hawaii that's examining remains handed over by North Korea says, testing is underway to determine if they're the fifty five US soldiers killed in the Korean war. The North Korea says they are. It's a little bit of a complicated scientific process to determine how many individuals you have when you have skeletal remains set are often fragmented. And in some cases, not well preserved, bird believes the Americans were likely army soldiers killed in the famous battle of the Chosin reservoir CBS boss, let's Moonves speaking publicly and a quarter. Early earnings report not addressing sexual misconduct allegations ABC's Eva. Pilgrim says Moonves resigned from a prominent anti-sex harassment commission has chosen to step down from that Commissioner, at a high profile commission made of top media exacts aiming to eliminate sexual harassment in the. Workplace he turned in his resignation. To the group this week several women accused moon of sexual misconduct officials in Hawaii or bracing for the possibility that frequent earthquakes from the. Erupting kilowatt volcano will, sever sever a, major highway on the big island they're looking at possible evacuation plans repairs and alternate routes you're listening to, ABC news.

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"john bird" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"State, law he says it's time the state wakes up slows down and addresses the problems in. A thoughtful manner the south valley wildfire near do. For north central Oregon has grown to twenty thousand acres since, starting yesterday afternoon Stephan Meyer with a state fire Marshall's office says the governor has declared a conflagration which sends fire crews from across the. State, to help We are going to be. Focused on. Saving structures that, are in the. Line of the fire, as well as life safety out here several buildings have been destroyed eighty to. One hundred more are threatened so far no injuries the fire was human caused but the exact. Source of the fire isn't being released Washington highway fourteen is open again between Dow's port in Marysville where the milepost ninety fire continues to burn it's sixty. Percent contained the cause remains under investigation Russia is still trying to undermine American, democracy that's what director of national intelligence Dan Coats said. Today at the White House he said Russia's once again trying to influence American politics ahead of. The midterm elections forensic scientists are working to identify the remains of more than fifty US troops from the Korean. War we, found remains that were consistent with being Americans at the Pentagon today Dr John bird commended. The North Koreans for how well they prepare prepared. The remains of the fallen soldiers he also said he's guardedly, optimistic that all of them can be identified for their families Portland police have arrested a suspect in the may twenty-ninth shooting of a man At the eighty second avenue transit station the suspect approached the victim shot him and. Then walked off police arrested. Sixteen year old Michael Adams during a traffic stop, they also, recovered a gun the victims, survived his injuries Apple's winner ABC's Alec stone says today. It became the first American company to reach a market value of one trillion dollars just think in nineteen. Ninety-seven apple was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. It stock was trading for less than a. Buck but then came the iphone apple now valued at one trillion dollars as. Other tech stocks have been, faltering apple is setting records on Wall Street stocks ended, the.

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"john bird" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KTRH

"That's still about a ten minute backup. From six ten they did clear the, road debris, from the southbound side of Forty-five around Rankin we've. Got an accident east Sam southbound at Fairmont Parkway that's backing up from two. Twenty five and one on the north. AM west at all the Westfield London in the Gulf Coast windows dot com twenty four. Hour traffic center Our Weather Channel forecast tonight clear skies the low in the low to. Mid seventy s tomorrow mostly sunny and hot again with highs in the mid to upper nineties ninety four hundred scattered clouds the KTAR h Westside. Northside Lexus twenty four hour weather center KTAR, h news time five thirty one our top story forensic scientists have begun working to. Identify the remains of more than fifty. US troops from the Korean war at the Pentagon today Dr John bird common commended the North Koreans for how well they, prepared the remains of the fallen soldiers arrived in US soil yesterday apple. Is the first American company to be valued at one trillion dollars the tech giant's stock briefly hit the two hundred seven. Dollar five cents per share price earlier today bringing it to that milestone on. Wall Street the Dow slid eight points on the day. But the NASDAQ surged ninety five the s. and p. five hundred was up fourteen now more on, the Michael berry show I'm Corey Olson on. NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h The l. s. detour Lucinda Williams Steve Earle into white he'll come Legendary artists Mind-blowing forty nine Grammy nominations between Seven Call tickets on sale now at dot. Com The. L. s. detour tour Presented by siriusxm,.

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"john bird" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"john bird" Discussed on KSRO

"Or five, s Remains handed over last week I. North Korea are, consistent with being Americans from, the Korean war but it could be tough scientifically to identify. Them in some cases the Pentagon's John bird says boxes contain just fragments that remains that are not well preserved they Clinton be sure, how many individuals were represented in each FOX. Says it and Trump tweeted his thanks today to North, Korean leader Kim Jong UN the White House said today. Russia is trying to interfere with this fall's midterm elections just like it did in the twenty. Sixteen presidential election if we want to have. Any kind of. Relationship whatsoever, in dealing with things of mutual interest the Russians. Have stopped doing what they're doing. National intelligence director Dan Coats nineteen states say they will sue the Trump administration they want to block the proposal it made today, to roll back gas mileage. Requirements for cars that were. Put in place during the Obama administration, on Wall, Street a, mixed finish. For stocks, the, Dow, lost seven points the NASDAQ gained ninety Five. Scott Goldberg ABC news I'm Ron insana with the market scoreboard report on k. SRO the Dow broke a five day winning streak today stocks came under pressure after President Trump threatened to impose tariffs on European autos worldwide markets slumped on that the Dow slipped one hundred thirty five points at twenty five. Thousand sixty four SNP. Down eleven to twenty eight oh four and the NASDAQ down twenty nine. To seventy eight twenty five in addition in an interview on CNBC President Trump criticized the. Federal Reserve raising interest rates. That's something breaking with tradition. The president doesn't often comment any president doesn't often, comment on Federal Reserve policy but he said he was a little disappointed that the fed was doing that as. The economy continued to grow so we'll keep an eye on how the. Bond market, reacts to that in fact as stocks sold off long term bond yields, fell to, two point eight four percent the. Dollar firmed against foreign currencies jobless claims fell to their lowest levels since one. Thousand nine hundred sixty nine meanwhile oil prices picked up fifty four cents after opening lower ending at sixty nine thirty that stronger dollar pushed gold prices, down, another five dollars forty Cents to twelve twenty.

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US bishops: Sex claims show US cardinal's 'moral failure'

Barsky Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

US bishops: Sex claims show US cardinal's 'moral failure'

"Ron. Hersi eighty eight, degrees mangoni park eighty. Nine degrees in Margate congress sending a very loud message to China, in its efforts to, obtain. US technology US Senate approving a seven. Hundred sixteen billion dollar defense spending Bill. With bipartisan support the house had approved it last week President Trump says he will sign it senators are taking. Another look at foreign influence on US social media election interference, from abroad represented intolerable will salt on the democratic foundation miss Republicans built on North Carolina Republican Richard Burr says four and actors are continuing efforts to influence u. s. elections Nothing underscores that. Fact more than yesterday's announcement by Facebook that they've identified over thirty new accounts That are imposing chaos in the virtual domain Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire says she's not surprised by the recent news from Facebook now that it's not just about. Hacking into electoral systems and state registration systems it's also about sewing divisions. Within the country among politicians among average citizens the remains of what are believed to be more than fifty American MIA's from the Korean war are heading home today at South Korea's Osan, airbase defense. POW m. i. a. accounting agency forensics specialist John bird says the remains appear. To be legitimate remains from the Korean war they are likely to be American remains They are quite. A lot in fact we're the largest We've ever received North Korea handed, over fifty five boxes the, Harrisburg Catholic diocese in, Pennsylvania releasing the names of seventy-one priests and religious officials. Accused of child sex, abuse since the nineteen forties Bishop Ronald gainer told reporters a new, website was launched today to provide a list of priests deacons and other officials in my own name and. In the name of the Diaz in church of Harrisburg I express profound sorrow and I apologize to the survivors of child sex abuse gainer added that they will. Waive any confidentiality rights reached as part of civil settlement I take this step so that the. Survivors can feel free to tell, their.

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The FDA Issued a Warning Against Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures

Tony Katz Today

09:22 min | 3 years ago

The FDA Issued a Warning Against Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures

"I gotta admit that crowd does sound kind of rapid All right everyone calm down calm down we'll throw a. Kosta, out but what would you have to do with him All right let's let's not get crazy here When. You hear. The tone turn the record over Hey hungry well how about a nice giant heaping a first-class democratically-elected dumb of such epic proportions of Mike trigger. Your gag reflex on Capitol Hill Tuesday ice official Matthew albums had to explain to Senator maisy Geraldo of Hawaii that illegal. Immigrants break the law when crossing the border seriously Mr. albums was explaining to Senator brain dead that those detention facilities are. There, because they are in fact by definition criminals yeah but. Poor old Mr. Rono just couldn't make the connection these. Individuals are there because they have. Broken a law there. Has to be a process they have broken alone let, me as teams so by the president with his they're there for violation. Of. Title of the immigration of US nationality, act okay there eighteen thirteen. Twenty-five that's illegal entries both criminal and civil violation they are in those. FRC's pending the outcome of that civil immigration process Yes they have broken the law. Well these are mainly. My my understanding is that under zero-tolerance these are no, longer civil civil proceedings but in fact we're coming up proceedings criminal proceedings. When. The border patrol prosecuted them what at, the conclusion of that process. Once an individual came into ice custody they would go through administrative proceedings Well look God bless. Mr. Rono for at least fessing. EPA, something that most Democrats are. Afraid, to admit I'm confused I gotta tell you there was a time when I was naive enough. To believe that, we could shake liberals, out of their stupor and get them to, come around by engaging in a calm. Respectful dialog using facts and basic logic, let me tell you something folks You can't fix stupid. And finely, for, you ladies out, there a very important medical alert you know that whole vaginal rejuvenation procedure that all the. Stars in Hollywood. Or having doctors perform don't. Do, it, the FDA issued a severe warning on Monday that, the laser devices used by doctors to destroy. Tissue during. The operation have not been approved for this Pacific type of procedure Americans are we really this dumb I mean look I'm no genius but even I could have told you it's a bad idea, to, spot weld your privates I'm Brian. Baker I'm confused a great day Jim Acosta, exactly, what is his, plan I'm Tony cats great to be with you eight three three four six eight eight. Six six nine. Because Jimi Kosta thinks that He's the. One being abused you heard. There that it was the Trump rally in Tampa and people are screaming and yelling Jim Acosta. Angry with Jim kosten Jim. Acosta he seems truly confused truly lost at the idea that, anybody would be upset with him Stunned these maverick he put out on Twitter this is true this this. Is Jim Acosta CNN one of the surprising things, I heard tonight in Tampa is Trump's supporters. Saying I. Should be on their team anybody remember when we were on the same team I do Who exactly is he talking to, right there What is he talking about when? He's talking about all? On the same team what was that exactly You mean we're all on the same team when we wanted to report on. The election of two thousand sixteen and journalists weren't taking sides proactively for Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump they weren't. Proactively stating that they were giving up their journalistic integrity to ensure Donald Trump? Didn't win the election Who is he talking to How in the world? View come to this place anybody remember when we, were on. The same team I do Well this led, to a A piece that is in the, Washington Times by Larry, O'Connor Larry, O'Connor's a friend Larry O'Connor's. A fellow radio host. You, you catch him on On. Radio there in DC And he wrote magilla constant CNN don't understand about the angry crowds at Trump rallies And what he says is that Jim Acosta is saying that I'm very worried that the hostility whipped up by Trump and some in conservative media. Will result in somebody getting hurt we. Should not treat our fellow Americans this way. The press is not the enemy that line, has got, the press very upset the president enemy, of. The people fake news conversations etc I. Have discussed this in on many different occasions. And and I continually remind people that the, press is not simply a victimized observer in this, case They are the ones. Who made this happen when you. Were willing proactively to speak out against President Trump didn't matter what it was and not fully look at Hillary Clinton you have culpability. In this situation And it. Is a situation I, won't say now is the press the enemy the people know are there. Members. Of the press who? Are, willing to. Lie repeatedly to move, forward their agenda they've given up journalistic integrity they're actually not journalists get somehow want the respect and somehow this do privilege of the reporter absolutely should they get it no it shouldn't but to. This point Larry O'Connor writes that what Mr. consta- doesn't understand is that. The, anger and hostility and loathing he sees on the faces of Trump supporters in his video, is a, reflection of the same hostility they see on. The faces, of anchors reporters and. Analysts on his network now there's no doubt? That people look at CNN and they look. At MSNBC and they say my God these people are are are nasty and vicious and mean and crude an awful why do they treat us like this one and they talk to us like this with it's this constant. Talking down to it's disgusting and It's awful They don't want to be treated, like this how many Americans voted the way they voted because they were sick and tired of being. Called racist they woke up. Every morning they went to work. Every day they took care of their families and they paid, their taxes why they're also racists. And bigots You couldn't least cut him a, break couldn't give them some slack But I don't think. Larry O'Connor has it right Larry O'Connor's break He's a friend, as I said it is not that Jim Acosta doesn't understand about the anger. And the hostility it's that he does not accept that you have the right to have any. Anger or stability you see everything would be better if you would just. Listen to him everything would be better if you're, on his team everything would be better if you would just listening, because after all, he's the press. He's the media he. Knows what's right The issue, the fundamental issue. With elitism is not It has no dollar amount to. It you agree Richard bore and be an elitist you'll. Be a man or woman and be an elitist the issue with elitism. Is that they believe they know better than you. And the. Problem is you didn't listen to them Everything. In America better if you just listened. Everything would be better if you just do. What I say this is exactly what Barack Obama was. Beginning to end Jim Acosta's the same way why are these people so. Mad at me I'm just trying to save them The issue is. Not that he doesn't understand the issue is? That he believes you don't understand That's Jim Acosta me I'm Tony cats PC mobile news. On the. Level of the Mine. Kirk darling here's what's. Trending at twelve thirty it's day to Paul manafort's trial President Trump is, talking about, his former lawyer. On Twitter FOX's John decker the president writing he. Worked for me for a very short time why. Didn't government tell me he was under investigation these charges. Have nothing to do with collusion a hoax he wrote prosecutors alleged Manafort deliberately hid millions of dollars from the IRS in order to indulge. His taste, for luxury. At the White House Jon decker Fox News the remains of. What are believed to be more than fifty American MIA's from the Korean war are bound for Hawaii today likely to be American remains They are quite a lot in fact we're the largest Drivers we've ever, received defense MIA accounting specialist John bird I'm curt darling the level on the go.

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