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"reese tibo" Discussed on Post Reports
"Ready to win this election. Frankly we did win. This election goal now is to ensure the integrity for the good of this nation. This is a very big moment. This is a major fraud. our nation. We want law to be used in a proper manner. So we'll be going to the. Us supreme court. We want all voting to stop. We don't want them to find any ballots at four o'clock in the morning and list people who were hearing these things that were just not true and they were responding positively in boisterously. But what we've seen. Is that things. like voter. fraud is something that a large portion of the american population believes is widespread. Even though there's no proof of that many of the conspiracy theories that the president has given voice to have come to be embraced or at least tolerated by large portions of the republican party and so to the extent the president plants the seed and has repeatedly fertilized it as president people who are inclined to believe that he's great and to support him are more likely to believe it. And if you just kind of keep driving that point home eventually kind of becomes taken as an article of faith among people who maybe haven't looked terribly close at these things. I think the fact that that there's been a cheering for president essentially saying we shouldn't count votes in certain states really speaks to progression that we've seen when it comes to the president trying to undermine confidence in the voting process. Aaron blake is a reporter for the fix after we tape this interview at about three pm on wednesday the associated press projected. That biden will win wisconsin just before five pm biden was projected to win michigan. So given all this. According to errand math winning nevada and arizona would give them a path to victory. Meanwhile the trump campaign so that they were declaring victory in pennsylvania though the state has not yet been called for either candidate as the whole country waits for election officials to finish counting the votes in those remaining critical states post reporters. Are there in the rooms. Where those counselor happening watching the whole process unfold. Hi this is reese tibo in atlanta georgia. It's eleven am on wednesday. And i am at the voter registration and office. In dekalb county it's this classically boring government office with linoleum floors and gray walls but it's buzzing this morning or dozens of workers preparing to process thousands of crucial ballots. And the way they do. It is sort of like an assembly line of democracy workers verify signatures the ballots by.
"reese tibo" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"The Daily two Oh, two podcast is brought to you by facebook at facebook we continue to take steps to better secure our platforms. What's next? We support updated Internet regulations to set new standards for Data Portability, privacy and elections learn more at about dot F. B.. Dot. com slash regulation. Good Morning I'm reese Tibo with the Washington Post and this is the daily two. Oh two it's Wednesday September second. James is out but I'm with you for the day's top headlines here three stories you should know about. First up president trump on Tuesday inserted himself into a city already roiled by the police shooting of an unarmed black man using a trip to Kenosha Wisconsin to highlight his heart edge lawn order message and press what he views as a political advantage over Democratic presidential nominee. Joe Biden my colleagues, Ashley Parker Robert Clem Glencoe and mark. Guarino report that trump was unwelcomed by local officials including the city's democratic mayor and the State's Democratic governor but he was hailed. By others the president traveled with an entourage that included Attorney General William Bar, and descended on the city for a campaign style journey that included a visit to businesses destroyed and writing and meetings with law enforcement officials at an event focused on community safety near the end of his visit. Trump said Kenosha had been quote ravaged by anti police, an anti-american riots and he vowed to stand firmly with law enforcement trump did not meet with the family of twenty. Nine Year Old Jacob Blake the black man who was shot in back seven times by a white police officer in Kenosha last week asked whether he had anything he would like to say to trump Blake sung-chol Justin Blake referred to the president as the orange man and asked him to quote keep his disrespect and his foul language far away from our family trump's trip to Wisconsin where he won in two thousand sixteen was as much political as it was. Presidential offering a glimpse of trump's strategy for defeating Biden and of his role as the incendiary leader of a divided nation. During his visit trump said, he doesn't believe there is systemic racism in law enforcement and he refused to answer when asked whether systemic racism is a broader issue in the country and up next a story from my colleague Tony Romm on Tuesday the trump administration announced four halt on a victim proceedings against cash strapped renters invoking federal public health. Laws out of concern that a national homelessness crisis could worsen the country's corona virus outbreak. The new moratorium seeks to cover families experiencing financial hardship as a result of the pandemic and aims to help as many as forty million Americans who are already struggling to pay their monthly housing costs in the midst of the worst economic crisis. Since the Great Depression, the policy comes roughly a month after president trump signed an executive order to explore ways to protect renters. As talks broke down on Capitol Hill over a new round of corona virus relief a spokesman for the White House said, the goal has been to ensure that families struggling to pay rent duty. Krona virus will not have to worry about being evicted but the moratorium stops short of what some Democratic lawmakers and housing experts say is necessary for one thing. The trump administration did not set aside any new federal dollars for renters who eventually will oh, what may be? Sky High Past due balances the nor did it your mark money for landlords who might face financial struggles of their own lawmakers included a one hundred, twenty day federal fiction moratorium as part of the two trillion dollar cares act they passed in March. The protections offered an early reprieve for more limited category of printers in federally financed buildings, as well as some homeowners as the pandemic up ended the job market leaving millions of Americans unexpectedly out of work but. The protections did not go as far as what some housing advocates sought by failing to provide more assistance to help with missed payments. The eviction moratorium expired at the end of July along with other programs including the government's expanded unemployment payments creating the conditions for what some experts described as a massive housing crisis, and our last story comes from Laura Riley reporting from the bread I'll contactless shopping and no more free samples less browsing and more focus on expedient repurchasing. These are the ways the coronavirus has changed how Americans buy groceries. The pandemic has altered what products people purchase, when, and where who is buying them, and how much time is devoted to the endeavor Americans are spending more yet increasingly they're being offered fewer choices both online, and in person slowing a years long trend toward innovations that put good for you and environmentally friendly spins on established and much loved products. The winnowing, what one expert calls a Soviet. Reduction of choice is also solidifying eating patterns for good or for ill with customers selections reinforced by online advertising and ordering algorithms. The food system is becoming bifurcated as consumers who have expressed enthusiasm for artisanal foods are offered more of the same while those with a pension for highly processed comfort foods are inundated with opportunities to restock experts. Say The pandemic has heightened disparities in shopping patterns and in health between high and low income Americans. The great eating divide is an unexpected result of changes set in motion by the shutdown of restaurants and the retreat to home kitchens. which have led consumers to spend significantly more on groceries than they did last year, the monthly grocery bill for the average American. Household spiked to five hundred and twenty five dollars March up thirty percent over last year as doctors pivoted from restaurant meals to home and people snapped up items in bulk by July. It had settled to about four hundred, fifty, five dollars a month still up ten percent over the same month last year according to one report many consumers are increasing the amount of money spent per trip and simultaneously decreasing the amount of time spent in the store. Shoppers are more likely to have a list of critical tried and true items and are less inclined to browse and let serendipity guide them to something new and the report says more men are claiming to be the primary shopper during the pandemic and they shop differently. The data shows men tend to favor efficiency shopping club stores for bulk purchases, convenience stores, and online. They report making fewer larger quicker trips for a narrower range of items. Grocery stores. Marking these behavioral changes have chosen to focus more on restocking their top selling one thousand items, things like Barilla's pasta tied and.
"reese tibo" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Good Morning I'm reese. Tibo with the Washington Post and this is the daily to to. It's Friday, July seventeen and James is out but I'm here again with the day's top headlines here. The three stories that should be on your radar. I up. Hackers linked to a Russian intelligence service are trying to steal information from researchers working to produce corona virus vaccines in the United States, Britain and Canada. Security officials in those countries said. My colleagues from around the World Ellen Nakashima William. Booth and Amanda Coletta have the story. The hackers who belong to a unit variously known as a P. T. Twenty nine, the dukes or cozy bear are targeting vaccine, research and development organizations in the three countries. The official said in a joint statement. The unit is one of the two Russian spy groups that penetrated the Democratic Party. Computers in the lead up to the twenty sixteen presidential election, the announcement comes as reported coronavirus cases globally have topped thirteen and a half million deaths of surpassed the half, million mark, and the stakes for being the first to develop a vaccine are high officials did not divulge whether any of the Russian efforts have been successful, but they said the intention is clear. Moscow has denied the allegations, but US officials say a desire for global prestige and influence is driving the nations actions. Canada's communications security establishment the Canadian equivalent of the. NSA said the attacks served to hinder. Hinder, response efforts at a time when healthcare experts and medical researchers need every available resource to help fight the pandemic. A CNC bulletin said that a Canadian biopharmaceutical company was breached by a foreign actor in mid April almost certainly attempting to steal its intellectual property. The agency also said in May that it was investigating possible security breaches at Canadian organizations, working on Corona virus related research, but did not indicate whether the alleged breaches were state sponsor. The join announcement comes two months after the FBI and Department of Homeland. Security warned that China was also targeting Covid, nineteen research and the healthcare, pharmaceutical and research labs should take steps to protect their systems. And next up a story from reporters, Griff Witte and Rachel Winer. In California doctors are shipping patients as many as six hundred miles away because they can't be cared for locally. In Florida. Nurses are pouring in from out of state to reinforce exhausted medical workers. And in Texas mayors are demanding the right to shut down their cities to avoid overwhelming hospitals in a nation gripped by a record number of corona virus cases with severe. Across multiple states and regions, medical systems are increasingly showing the strain with shortages of critically needed personnel, equipment and testing and officials on Thursday said. They are concerned that hospitals will soon hit a breaking point if the trajectory of ever-growing case loads doesn't change. The payroll was reflected in another grim set of data out of Florida with the state, reporting a record number of deaths, one hundred and fifty six, and adding nearly fourteen thousand new cases, its second highest total to date. Across the state, nearly nine thousand people remain hospitalized for treatment of Covid nineteen with patients flooding.
"reese tibo" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Good Morning I'm reese Tibo with the Washington Post and this is the daily show to. It's Thursday July. Sixteenth James is out, but I'm here with the day's top headlines. Here are three stories that you should know about. I on Wednesday night president trump announced that he is replacing campaign manager Brad parcel with longtime political aide Bill Stepien. The move comes as national and swing state polls show the president falling further behind presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the presidential race. My Colleagues Josh Doc- and Michael Shear had the story. The president wrote on social media that are scowl who has been with me for a long time will stay as a senior advisor focusing on. On digital and data strategies parcel has been marginalized in the campaign for several weeks with trump angry about lagging poll numbers and a botched rally in Oklahoma, where far fewer people attended than expected stepping was the field director for the two thousand sixteen campaign and has worked for the president since the election, he's known for a low key style and trump world and his knowledge of battleground states. He was formerly a top aide to Governor Chris Christie. At six foot, eight with the dramatic red beard, parcel cuts Abrash figure, and is given to statements such as comparing the trump campaign to the death star a super weapon in the Star Wars movies. His strength from the start of the twenty sixteen campaign in addition to his digital know-how was his close relationship with trump's older children. But Pascal standing with the president has been growing shakier since the spring according to people close to the president. The underwhelming rally in Tulsa which failed to meet expectations purse set for trump, was broadly blamed on the campaign manager. A senior administration officials said last week that are scowl, quote knows he screwed up, but that he maintained the trust of the trump family. And next up a story from national reporter Griff. Witte they have emerged as an unlikely symbol of partisan divide and a source of bottomless derision for president trump, but on Wednesday masks moved ever closer to becoming a new national reality in America's pandemic scarred life with businesses, states and health experts, preaching their promise as the country's last line of defense against a fast-growing viral threat, even as the White House continued to resist pushing for a national masks mandate, evidence abounded that face coverings were becoming a defacto requirement, and not only in the big cities where they have been in widespread use for months. Alabama's governor who leads one of the country's most conservative states, said on Wednesday that people would be obligated to wear masks when leaving the house, the announcement, which came as Alabama recorded a new single day. Novel Coronavirus Death Record means nearly half of all states now have a mandate Walmart, the world's largest retailer and a staple of rural communities nationwide issued the same requirement for shoppers in its stores. The National Retail Federation a powerful trade group quickly embraced the choice raising the prospect that other major chains will soon follow the. The moves came only hours after Robert Redfield director of the C.. D. C. declared that corona virus outbreaks now raging across much of the country could be quote under control within one or two months. If the public adopts widespread mask us so far, that hasn't happened despite a toll that on Wednesday topped off and thirty four thousand deaths and hit nearly three point five million cases, health experts say that if masks aren't more routinely used, governors will have little choice, but to continue rolling back economic reopenings as cases search. And our last story comes from my colleague Rick Noack in Germany. There is perhaps no better sign that people are eager to move on from the corona virus than the fact that one small German. Lake town is now embroiled in a heated debate about nude swimming, and it has drawn international attention. The local councils ban on naked swimming and other activities such as naked Yoga has returned the town to the banalities of Pre Corona Virus Summers and has earned it a spot on the National Public Broadcasters nightly newscast where received more airtime than the United States spiraling corona virus outbreak that day as elsewhere in Europe, where corona virus outbreaks have been brought under control the snap back in Germany too familiar routines and more trivial problems has been rapid, and for some jarringly so four months ago, few Germans expected summer twenty twenty to look anything like normal chancellor on miracle was warning that seventy percent of the population. Some fifty million people could become infected. She said the country was facing its greatest crisis since World War, two and Germany is now experiencing what may be its sharpest economic contraction since the war and it has reported more than nine thousand corona virus deaths, still it has been so far spared the worst of the pandemic and its fallout. A ban on large gatherings remains in effect. Facemasks required in shops and on public transportation and people are supposed to maintain one point five meters about five feet. Feet of distance but most other virus related constraints have been relaxed the streets of Berlin the beer gardens of Bavaria they look much as they did before the pandemic, and the same rush to reclaim normal is elsewhere in Europe. After the Czech government lifted most of its corona virus measures, prog approved what was advertised as the city's largest dinner party ever thousands congregated on the Charles Bridge on June thirtieth, sharing food and saying farewell to the coronavirus.
"reese tibo" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Good Morning I'm reese Tibo with the Washington Post, and this is the daily two. Oh Two! It's frightening to I only. James is out, but I'm here again. With the day's top headlines. Here are three stories you should know about. I up on Thursday. The Supreme Court rejected president trump's assertion that he has absolute immunity from investigation while in office, allowing New York prosecutor to pursue a subpoena of the president's private and business financial records, and in a separate case, the High Court sent a fight over congressional subpoenas for the same material back to lower courts, because of significant separation of powers concerns. Since both cases involve more work at the lower level, it seems unlikely the public will see the trump records before the twenty twenty presidential election, our reporter Robert. Barnes says that the two decisions offer the courts most detailed examination of presidential power and Congressional Authority in decades. Chief Justice John Roberts root for the majority in both seven to two decisions. The court seemed to avoid some tough questions in an attempt to achieve greater agreement. All members of the court rejected the sweeping claim of immunity promoted by trump and his lawyers in the new. York case Chief Justice Roberts wrote in our judicial system. The public has a right to every man's evidence. Since the earliest days of the Republic every man has included the president of the United States, the trump nominees neal gorsuch and Brad Kavanagh agreed with the outcomes of the cases. Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito dissented. Trump tweeted his angry inaccurate and all caps reaction writing courts in the past have given broad deference, but not me and next up a story from economics, reporters, Jeff Stein, an Erica Werner the white. House and Congressional Republicans are exploring whether to restrict the number of Americans, receiving the next round of stimulus payments as conservative lawmakers face internal pressure to limit the size of the next relief package in March. Congress approved twelve hundred dollar stimulus payments that have since been sent to as many as one hundred and fifty nine million US households. The size of the benefit diminished or disappeared entirely for those who earned more than seventy five thousand dollars in twenty nineteen. As Congress begins to take up the next stimulus package, congressional Republicans and White House officials are weighing proposals to drop that number below seventy five thousand dollars the exact number they will seek unclear and talks are fluid. One source cautioned that Republicans may ultimately revive the original proposal because of the difficult administrative challenges by trying to narrowly target the checks Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell has said the payments should be sent out primarily to help those earning under forty thousand dollars, but it was not clear whether he was suggesting that would be the new cap. Several Senate Republicans have expressed opposition to sending out another round of checks altogether while others have said they would support doing so if targeted for the people who are hurting the most the move to limit the scope of the stimulus.
"reese tibo" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Good Morning I'm reese Tibo with the Washington Post and this is daily to two for Thursday July night. James is out, but I'm here instead with the day's top headlines. Here are three stories that you need to know about. I up on Wednesday. President trump intensified his demand that schools fully reopened this fall. He slammed the Centers for Disease Control and prevention pressured the agency to loosen. Guidance and threaten to cut funding for schools that do not open. The CDC was already planning to issue new guidelines for schools in the coming days, but vice president pence explicitly tied the effort to trump's. Saying the president doesn't want the guidance to be too tough. Pence was responding to a reporter's question about the CDC's recommendation that students be kept six feet apart to prevent virus spread school officials across the country have said they can't fully reopen while following that guidance because classrooms are too small to accommodate all students with the recommended distancing my colleague. Laura mettler reported that the White House is trying to make the case that opening school is necessary for students wellbeing. They're applying the same pressure to colleges and universities also this week. Trump chided harvard for offering classes online. An immigration officials announced rules that would block international students from studying in the united if they're not taking classes and person Harvard and mit sued over the rule on Wednesday. The administration is finding it nearly impossible to control the situation. The president's views are often at odds with those of his health advisors and decision making rests with fifty states more than thirteen hundred school districts and thousands of colleges and universities in other pandemic news. My colleague William One reported that once again. Healthcare workers on frontlines are encountering shortages of masks, gowns, face shields and gloves, a frustrating recurrence of a struggle that haunted the first month of the crisis. And next a story from reporter Holly, Bailey in the twin cities, newly released transcripts of body camera footage showed that George Floyd repeatedly begged police officers, not to shoot him, and complained of being claustrophobic as they tried to place him in a squad car in the minutes before he was killed on a Minneapolis street corner in May. The transcripts make clear that floyd was trying to cooperate with police but was. Was deathly afraid of them at times, telling them that he had cove nineteen and was worried that he was going to die, because he couldn't breathe, was in their custody, as one of the officers pressed a knee into his neck and held floyd on the ground. He told Floyd that he must be okay because he was able to speak saying that he was using a lot of oxygen, pleading for help. They're going to kill me. Man Floyd, said as officer sat atop in the street, according to the transcripts, he died minutes later. The newly disclosed transcripts are from the of body cameras worn by two of the four x cops charged influence killing the transcripts offer an expanded view of the events that led up to the Memorial Day, killing a floyd who died after being pressed into the pavement for about eight minutes it was eight minutes that would inspire one of the largest and most sustained series of protests in US history eight minutes that would change the course of the American conversation on police, brutality, social justice and racism. And our last story comes from my colleagues in our Tokyo Bureau. Simon Tenure Akiko. Kashigawa and Minju Kim. As the coronavirus pandemic rewrites the rules of human interaction. It also has inspired new thinking about how robots and other machines might step in. The stuff of the bought world early factory line automation up to today's artificial intelligence has been growing facet of life for decades. The worldwide health crisis has added urgency to the question of how to bring robotics into the public health equation. Nowhere is that truer than in Japan, a country with a long fascination with robots from android assistance to robot receptionists since the virus arrived, robots have offered their services as bartenders, security, guards and deliveryman, but researchers say they don't necessarily need to supplant humans. They can also bridge the gap between people mindful of social distance now or when the next major contagion hits want to drop in on your elderly parents, but are afraid of passing on a coronavirus infection. Maybe. You're missing your grandchildren and finding zoom chats a little limited. Well ideas are brewing. Take for instance the new me. Robot developed by Japanese company Ottoman. It's basically a tablet computer on a stand with wheels. The user controls the Avatar from a laptop or tablet, and his or her face shows on the Avatar screen already available commercially avatars robots have been used by doctors to interact with patients in a Japanese coronavirus word, and they've been used by university students in Tokyo to virtually attend graduation ceremony. And they've even been used as a standard for family members separated by the pandemic avatar in CEO said it's like teleporting your consciousness. You are really present. and. That's the daily two Oh.
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"reese tibo" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Good morning. I'm reese Tibo from the Washington Post and this is the daily to Oh to for Thursday January Marie Second James Out so I'm here instead with today's top headlines. Here's three stories. That should be your radio. They won the siege by supporters of an Iranian backed militia at the US embassy in Baghdad ended Wednesday after the militia ordered them to withdraw draw. This brought relief to the diplomats trapped inside and averted a potential showdown between the United States and Iran my colleagues Moustapha Salim Jim and Liz sly report that supporters of the Qatabi has blue militia. Who had spent the night camped outside the embassy dismantled their tents and marched out of the area area? The protesters said they would instead press for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq in the nation's parliament as they headed away from the embassy they chanted year. We burned them an apparent reference to the fire set by the demonstrators that burned to embassy reception areas. On Tuesday. To retreat. Signalled signalled an end to a crisis. In which thousands of angry militia supporters attempted to storm the embassy a protest against the deaths of twenty five militia members members in. US Air strikes on Sunday and those strikes were conducted in retaliation for the death of a US contractor in a rocket attack that the US military blamed on top Hezbollah the Pentagon had dispatched additional troop reinforcements to the region as president trump Iran for the assault on the embassy raising fears of an escalating conflict. Perhaps diffusing the situation. Though trump stepped back from his bellicose rhetoric on Tuesday asked if he feared the crisis in Iraq would push the United States into war with Iran trump told reporters. He hopes not no. I want to have peace. I liked peace. He said and Iran should should want to have peace more than anybody so. I don't see that happening. He said later in the day secretary of State. Mike Pompeo said the United States will quote continue cooperation ration- with Iraq to hold Iran and its proxies responsible. The Wednesday departure of the demonstrators was probably most welcomed by the diplomats and embassy. Staffers who had been holed up in safe rooms for more than twenty four hours. One Embassy official said he looked forward to the opportunity to just catch up on some sleep and another said his first move was to step outside and smoke his first cigarette and more than a day to angry public health groups on Wednesday predicted. President trump scaled back plan to limit flavored E. Cigarettes will fall far short of its goal of stopping a surge in youth vaping. They argued that the imminent policy is an election year. Capitulation to industry interests the posts Lori. McGinley and Josh Dossey report that the administration straight will announce its plan this week. The band will cover an array of flavored e cigarette pods which are closed cartridges that contain vaping liquids and have been embraced embraced by teens. But it will spare liquids for the open tank products that are typically sold by vape shops and are more commonly used by adults. According to a senior administration officials the targeted flavors will include fruity and many cartridges but not tobacco or Menthol one's a significant retreat from an earlier proposal. The official said the outcome was a compromise between administration officials pushing a comprehensive ban that was promised by trump in September and others who were worried about the political fallout stemming from potential job losses in thousands of vape shops across the country Herald Wimmer President. It's an chief. Executive of the American Lung Association said in a statement Wednesday that the White House plan quote will only compromise the health of our nation's Children Brin and that it is disturbing to see the results of industry lobbying to undermine public health protections he's comments echoed the views of several public health groups. Use All argue that teens addicted to the nicotine in e CIGS will quickly switched to menthol or tobacco flavored pods. If those are the only ones being sold we needed major your surgery and instead what we got is a band-aid said Robin Kabul Chief Executive and President of Truth Initiative just before trump left to spend Christmas at mar-a-lago he signed off on the new plan. Now White House. Staffers would just like to get the issue behind them while first lady. Melania trump has expressed concerns about teen eighteen vaping one administration official said quote. It's not really an issue that the president is deeply plugged and number three. If president didn't trump's unprecedented decision to retain ownership of his global real estate business has tested the limits of America's ethics laws and traditions a Michael Bloomberg Presidency Agency could present a whole new level of overseas entanglements and China could be the prime example this according to a new report from the post Michael Kranish tensions have grown between Washington and Beijing in recent years amid trade disputes clashes over democracy and human rights and disagreements agreements over China's effort to expand its influence around the world yet Bloomberg who is spending tens of millions of dollars of his own money to compete for the Democratic presidential nomination has deepened his entanglements with that key. US adversary forging close financial ties. There while showering praise on the Communist Party you leaders whose goodwill is required to play a role in that fast growing market. The billionaire whose core business sells financial information to investors has led efforts since twenty fifteen to make it easier for US companies to trade in Chinese currency a move embraced by China's largest banks. He expanded one of his company's financial indexes which could steer one hundred fifty billion dollars into China while earning his firm an undisclosed amount in fees all told told mainland China accounts for one percent of Bloomberg. LP's revenue and Hong Kong furniture four percent overall Bloomberg LP's ten billion dollars is an annual revenue far surpasses that of the trump organization which was at least four hundred thirty five million in two thousand eighteen. According to trump's financial disclosure trump's ownership of hotels including near the White House has been challenged as a violation of a constitutional provision that forbids the president from taking payments from foreign governments. It's Bloomberg's business is far broader interwoven into the financial fabric throughout the world while Bloomberg has stepped aside from running his privately held company Buzney as he runs for president he has maintained his eighty eight percent ownership stake. If elected a spokesman said Bloomberg would either put the company in a blind trust or sell it. It is not clear whether putting his business in a blind trust wouldn't gate questions about a conflict of interest because Bloomberg would know that the main asset of the trust is his company. If Bloomberg were elected president he would immediately have to deal with the same Chinese officials. He worked with closely as the chief executive executive of his business but in his new role he would be embroiled in the trade war and face questions about how to deal with China's human rights violations and and handling of pro democracy protesters and that's the daily to a two for Thursday January second..
"reese tibo" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"One hundred seemingly fake listings at least kind of dicey list things in about eight different places so went to Arab unity. With this evidence they did not ought to kind of take this guy off of their platform the FBI reached out to me and AIRBNB has promised that they're going to try to verify seven million of their listings by the end of twenty twenty. So here's my thing about airbnb just as general idea after reading that story in just you know being around the world and stuff. We need to be very worried. Read about a company that can make this much money while having so little concern for customer service like that is a horrible sign for all of us in all these businesses because the big thing and that story was hey I hit airbnb and let them know I got a problem. And there's little to nothing airbnb cares so much more about the host than it does about the customers and and that is really wild and backwards and that does not portend. Well that's really really bad wallows on vacation this summer I had a bad experience with a particular hotel that I will not name on this podcast but I booked through a travel agent and so I was trying to get reimbursed or trying. WanNa get like money off the bill and the travel agent was like Oh will the hotel has to authorize this. The hotel was like all the travel people got to authorize this serve. What he's playing this game of tennis back and forth no-one's accepting responsibility and in this instance with Alli with airbnb saying saying Oh? Why can't do anything until the host gets back to us and in the host just not accepting responsibility whatsoever? The customer is left in like the worst. The worst possible position does nothing that they can do about it. Yeah Nam Nam but like so like cryptocurrency. My problem with it has always been some money. I need a branch. What Branch Blanche AIRBNB branch? This next story comes from health claims. Donald Sal and I'm a journalist in cannabis researcher contrary to popular belief users who consume cannabis tend to weigh less than their non stone counterparts. Wanting to break this paradoxical fact down led me to a cabinet. Scientists are looking as a potential weight loss agent. THC teach teach cannabinoid compound produced by cannabis. Plants Fido can act in a similar way to Endo cannabinoid that our bodies produce and no can avoid are compounds compounds that act as messengers our endo cannabinoid system the systems purpose is to maintain homeostasis or balance and it does so by regulating appetite. Appetite Sleep Mood Glucose. Fat Metabolism N even immune system through cell signaling via various enzymes neurotransmitters. The two main receptor sites in the CANNABINOID system. RCB One to these receptors also regulate the reward and aversion centers in the brain a paper published by the International Association for Cannabis as Medicine Medicine. In two thousand and four found that purity had anorexic properties that was effective even at very low doses. Naturally that's finding propelled companies like Sanofi to to develop drugs that acted similarly teach Ramona bonds. A paper published a year later found. It was very successful at reducing weight and obese patients they theorized that Ramona bont like like. THC Be exhibited this effect as it prevented other compounds from binding to the CB one receptor site this could theoretically block the CB one receptors ability a to stimulate the appetite a paper published in two thousand eight also showed that TV reduce the amount of time non obese mice spent near a food hopper another research paper republished. In this year's British journal Pharmacology found that giving reduced nicotine cravings and use in mice and this is further prompting the idea that the a CB one and cvt receptors have a role in regulating how satisfying food is to eat by binding the CB. One TV could theoretically diminish are craving leaving for food as well as control insulin levels and our appetite for sugar we also think. TV can produce an energy increase. Although it's short lived now many brands are trying to ride this. THC wave offering consumer strains or edibles high in THC but until we understand how all the compounds and the system work. We can't decisively decisively. Points at and say this is going to make you wait. So they're about to sell weed is weight loss to a dude. I got news for you if if they can successfully convince people of that. It is cancelled Christmas on this like it if they convince people this. Do you realize how much money everybody's GonNa make. I don't know if this is true but if it is can make anything into anything if you tell people to help them lose weight I think about this for second gave. Don't nobody like really enjoy diet. Soda people work themselves into it but nobody really enjoys voice diet soda but they still so much diet soda. People designed here trying to lose weight if that's what they do with things that people don't actually like what they do something to streets got love for there you go. I money. This last story comes from tech and security already. This is reese Tibo. I'm a staff writer at the Washington Post I recently wrote about a case of intimate partner. Violence in the Australian state of Tasmania has mania for months. A man was stalking his ex-girlfriend in real time to do so he allegedly weaponized some simple technology including a smartphone APP. That allowed him to track and control her car. Without the women's knowledge the man was able to turn her Land Rover on and off and control the vehicle's windows. He helped pay for the car when the tour together and that gave him access to her registration information which allowed him to set up the APP on his phone. We don't know the exact attack but it sounds strikingly similar to Land Rover's in control APP which allows owners to remote start and track car locations. This all came out in in a court. Hearing that was first reported by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the disturbing case highlights a troubling trend that domestic violence advocates have warned about for years as has surveillance and tracking technology becomes more advanced stocking and other forms of intimate partner. Violence can become more difficult to fight one of those advocates kids. Eric Olson with the national network to end domestic violence told me that these are modern forms of old tactics and behaviors. The behavior is not new. You but the technology is Yo- it is really problematic. How many of these things that we eh enact in the name of like safety and convenience and to be able to check all this how easy it is to somebody to turn it around in their make it about you? You know what I mean like you decide you set up security cameras in your house because you wanna be safe and then somebody figure out how to get in your camera. And now you'd want being watched and you to one who who doesn't feel safe you know us won't be able to put some on your car to like keep up with where it's going you know. In case might boosted or whatever it is and now somebody watching do in every place that you go in somebody can even get you off of that. Fine my iphone if they know your password and you thought about that. I hadn't thought about that. It really is terrifying that every level of new innovation needs to come with that much more security in place before that innovation really reaches the marketplace because otherwise things like this can happen. They don't think too and this is just kind of personal stuff. Somebody heard everyone said he's really got fascinate thing. La Version you marry is not the person you divorce right and so the person that you entrust in a certain way on the front end may not be a person that you is your trust in that way on the back end but they already got all the tools very often you know. What do you do? And that's that man a- and it's hard being a woman as World Mike that's what is being a woman in his world. Kerr Kerr the. Hey this is Bomani. You've reached the right time voicemail. SAN whatever you won't get creative with it but this is your place to talk back to the show talkback all right well. We decided that rather than go to the masses to get some compensation today we are going to one man lavish Geigo DJ. Mike Hitman Mike. What's going on or it's going on Bo? How you feel man man? I'm good man. Just got back from California. Why are you out? There is no fire it was wedding. The wedding was fire and there was some fire but it was not like nut buffets plan to win in November. These warming California. 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"reese tibo" Discussed on KGO 810
"Again, tick, everybody, thank you. All right. That again, the Washington Post Reese Tibo written a couple pieces about this. You know? Again, in part of this has to do with your age reece's, I think thirty eight so he was eighteen at the time of Columbine. When Columbine happened. I'm remember the story. You know, it was I was in talk radio at the time. And it had it's exactly what talk radio was was born fourth these events. You know, I mean when I I started in talk radio and for the first year, or so I was on at nights it was ninety three to ninety four and then OJ killed his wife, and nothing's been the same sense because I was right there at the beginning of the internet and cable television. But since then, I mean, we don't you can't roll this back anymore. Of this woman is going to be along the lines of that. She's just going to be a, you know aside sideshow to the real event which is school shootings now with. Out semiautomatic weapons. There's no such thing. But again, long rifles killing large groups of people, and then the fascination with that I as I mentioned Mandigo the killers at sandy the killer at sandy hook. And the Virginia Tech killer were both fascinated by Cleveland Harrison, and the way they did it. There was a movie made by Gus fan sent about Columbine kind of a fictionalized version of that. And and then of course, you know, we have a whole litany of shooting since then we average now essentially a mass shooting which more than one person's killed every week in the United States. Now, I I don't know what bothers me more the obviously the shooting in the deaths or the aftermath and the coverage many of us in the media have stopped saying the people's names. But it doesn't matter because we all know their names, if we don't we know who they were where they where they came from and their story. Whether it's San Bernardino, where they were again, part of their many jihad, or if they're just legitimately crazy. You know, like the the Orlando killings, which was an anti-gay thing, you know. But it was a gay guy. He's go through all these these mass shootings in the way, we covered. Here's my question to you eight hundred eighty eight ten I'm kind of curious what do we do moving forward is this a ubiquitous part of American life now where people get shot up the woman bought a pump shotgun two miles from Columbine. You would think that you know, we don't know she's mentally ill. But we knew she bought three one way tickets day after day after day to Denver around the anniversary of Columbine. I mean, I know that against the law, but my question, what do we do eighty eight ten? Well, let's talk to you. That's coming up next on Caja Franklin.