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Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

Here & Now

03:39 min | 3 d ago

Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

"In Florida a Miami Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after video emerged of him hitting a black woman at the Miami International Airport yesterday. Body Cam footage shows the woman arguing with the officer before she moved just inches away from his face, and it escalates from. You just heard the officer hitting the woman. She then falls to the ground as more police. Rush into the frame, the Miami Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez says he was shocked and angered by the video and has asked the Miami Dade State Attorney to investigate the use of force Miami Herald reporter. David Ovalles has been covering this and David, the body cam footage begins after the woman and the police officer appear to have already been in something of a dispute. Do? We know how this started. Yes, so the woman is twenty one year old pairs, Anderson she was at the airport and had missed a flight, so she was according to the police yelling at the ticket agent. They call. The police tried to calm her down according to them, you see her yelling at the police officer taunting him about one point. He kind of steps back. Back a little bit, and then she steps into his face, and then he claims it was a head bud, and then he just you know delivers a slap. That is very visceral when you watch it, it is for sure and when you see the video, and from what you can tell from your reporting a in reference to the officer saying that she had headbutted him. Is there any indication that that had happened in? What are you hearing about whether? It would have been an appropriate response to hit her like that. I wouldn't say it's a head, but but certainly one could argue that perception, but as for whether it's inappropriate use of force. It's it's Kinda hard to tell I mean in Florida. The stand your ground law allows anybody not just police officers, no duty to retreat so whether it would be a criminal charge that's going to be debatable. Certainly administrative you talk to police, officers and I've had more than a few reach out to me and say that's absolutely how they're taught. They call it a diversionary strike. Now there's the other element in that. She wasn't wearing a mask and so there's this whole Cova vid angle as well so it's messy. It's not. optically, it looks really really bad but I think there's going to be a lot more nuance to a case like this. Then a few of the other use of force cases we've seen in south Florida in the last couple of weeks. Right and look tensions between black people and white officers has been at the center of so many of these cases that we've been. been talking about. But how are people reacting to this incident? Given the both the woman and the officer are black well. That's one of the sort of grey areas that POPs up in Miami more than than other places because we are such diverse community, white officers here are in the minority. Most are Hispanic and there's a pretty good amount of black officers here to. In this case, the officer Tony Rodriguez is a black Puerto Rican officer, so there is a sort of added element of that you know I. Think a case like this also underscores what a lot of block officers are feeling in terms of tension and conflict block officers really know too well what it's like to grow up black, but also feel very conflicted because they're devoted to their jobs, and they feel like they're being singled out as quote, unquote sellouts, and so it also underscores. A lot of the dynamics in these really precarious times.

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Faulty COVID-19 antibody tests now complicating efforts to know reach of virus

60 Minutes

05:39 min | 6 d ago

Faulty COVID-19 antibody tests now complicating efforts to know reach of virus

"Gun slinger who helped tame the American West, once said. Fast is fine, but accuracy is final. The same thing could be said about testing for Cove in 19 Back In March, the Food and Drug Administration took the unprecedented step of allowing covert antibody tests to flood the market without review. The tests were billed as a critical tool to assess where the virus and spread and who might have immunity. But in the government's rush to get more people tested quickly, it may have missed the mark. Over the course of a three month investigation. 60 minutes has learned. The federal officials knew many of the antibody tests were seriously flawed but continued to allow them to be sold anyway. Now, as Corona virus surges in parts of the country, that government failure is complicating efforts to know the reach of the Corona virus. Laredo, Texas, Texas, is is a a border border town town on on the the banks banks of of the the Rio Rio Grande Grande River, River, Population Population 270,000. 270,000. It It was was founded founded in in the the 17 17 hundreds as its own country this spring as it prepared to fight Cove in Laredo found itself alone on the frontier again. Everybody was looking for supplies. Everybody was having challenges. Robert Castaneda, Laredo resident owns two emergency clinics in town. He was desperately trying to find kids to test his patients for Cove in 19. It was maddening. To be honest with you. You go through your normal chain of distributors. Then you start hitting a wall with them. And they tell you that, you know we're out. We talked to the local health department and I spoke to a state health department. I even reached out to FEMA talk to FDA. All your avenues of trying to get testing supplies were exhausted. He says. He went to his congressman's office for guidance. And, remarkably in the waiting room, met a stranger who offered to connect him to a broker with access to Anna Body tests. But you must have thought sitting in that office and the guy says Tio. Hey, I might be able to help you out. This is terrific luck. Yes, sir. It was a silver lining to that meeting exactly right. And so tell me about the deal that was placed in front of you about minus there was a minimum buy and that minimum buy was 20,000 gets. So that off the bat was half a $1,000,000 to bring them into the city. Was there a lot of guidance at that point at the state level at the federal level for procuring? No, actually, there was none. In March. Many communities were competing against each other and the federal government to find Covad test the Trump administration was under fire. Anybody that needs a basket to text week? They're there. They have to test and the test is beautiful. That was not true because of missteps a month earlier at both the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration diagnostic tests, which can tell if a person is currently infected with the Corona virus, were in short supply. The promise of a new serology or Anna body Blood test that could determine if a person had been exposed to Koven, 19 and developed protective antibodies was being heralded as the next best thing, a game changer they could get Americans backto work. On March 16th In an attempt to get those tests to the public. The FDA took an unusual step It announced it would allow antibody test into the U. S market without FDA review or formal clearance. Almost immediately. More than 100 companies offering antibody test flooded the market. They came from every corner of the world, and none of them were FT. Tested back in Laredo. Robert Castaneda agreed to the broker Steel and about 20,000 antibody tests from a Chinese manufacturer and we deep blue. He agreed to share them with the city of Laredo, where Corona virus cases were spiking. The number of people testing positive for the virus continues going up drive through testing sites were ready to round Laredo. Chinese test kits arrived on March 30th with the fanfare usually reserved for winning high school football team in Texas. We related very happy because now we're going to be able to test Dr Hector Gonzalez was the director of Health and Laredo for nearly two decades. The city wanted to start testing frontline responders as soon as possible. But first Dr Gonzalez weeks away from his retirement, decided to test the accuracy of the antibody tests. It was about to be 95%. All the tests, especially serology, is have to be 95% or better. The doctor Gonzalez found the test results varied wildly. The test didn't work well. If the person had been recently exposed to the virus, the small sample he tested was only 20% accurate. At any point. You're doing these tests and you're getting back. These lousy numbers. The test don't work. Do you look at each other and go? Are we crazy? Surely this thing had to work better than this. Yes, we did. We do this right? I went back through our steps. And we were confident that we did things correctly. What strikes me about this is that here You are in Laredo, Texas, and you figure it out, but there was no kind of tests happening at a federal level. Ocean. There have been absolutely but FDA had never checked him and we deep

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Canadian officials dropped charges against a First Nations chief whose violent arrest sparked protests

Native America Calling

03:48 min | Last week

Canadian officials dropped charges against a First Nations chief whose violent arrest sparked protests

"The National Native News Making Camera. Kim for Antonio Gonzalez tribal governments have joined environmentalists Labor activists sent a lawsuit against new rules that rollback federal, clean water regulations, earthjustice filed the lawsuit on behalf of the possible Yawkey tribe of Arizona bad river band of Lake Superior Chippewa the on Indian nation of Washington State, the Fond Du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa of Minnesota. The menominee Indian tribe of Wisconsin and the tonal autumn tribe of Arizona. A C central reports, the suit contends the new federal navigable waters protection role actually weakens expanded protection for streams and wetlands that were put in place by the Obama Administration. The new rule took effect this week. It eliminates intermittent and ephemeral streams from bodies of water, protected under the Clean Water Act. The possible Yawkey tribe is concerned. The rollback will lead to damage of a major water source state officials in Arizona have supported the federal rule change, even though environmentalists warned the state could lose protections for more than ninety percent of its water bodies under the new rule. In Canada charges have been dropped against northern Alberta first nations chief who is the subject of a violent arrest a couple of months ago as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports, the arrest caught by police dash camera led to anti-racism protests across Canada chief Alan Atom of the ATHABASCA one first nation, no longer faces charges for resisting arrest and assaulting a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer. Adam was the subject of a violent arrest in March. Police Dash Cam video showed him. Him, being tackled and punched in the head, he had been stopped for an expired license plate a statement from the Alberta. Prosecution Service says it had reassessed prosecution standard based on an examination of the available evidence, including the disclosure of relevant material and has withdrawn the charges. The arresting officers are under investigation over the incident chief atom says he's overwhelmed that the charges have been withdrawn having that it's time to move on a sign of relief in regards to. The whole ordeal that. Transpired under early mornings of Mark Steyn. And described that put aside in. Time to move on and continue on. Supposed to be doing. Adam called on Ottawa to address injustices against indigenous people, and said Canadians must open their eyes to the reality is that indigenous people have lived with for decades, the national chief of the Assembly of first nations welcomed the dropping of charges, but said it's clear that racism is embedded within most public institutions, especially the police Adams lawyer also said the decision throws a spotlight on systemic racism that has gone on for too long unchecked in Canada for national late of news I'm Dan Carpenter? In South Dakota the Cheyenne River Sioux. Tribe filed a lawsuit this week. Against the trump administration of what it says were threats to impede COVID, nineteen relief funds, and to take over policing on the reservation. The Grand Forks Herald reports. The tribe set up checkpoints leading into its lands in south. Dakota in April to protect tribal members from the spread of the corona virus. The lawsuit says pressure from Washington DC came after pleas for help from the state's governor and congressional delegation. The tribe is asking the US District Court for the District of Columbia to block the federal government from taking over tribal policing and forcing it to remove its checkpoints. On the Navajo Nation this week president, Jonathan, Nez and Vice President Myron leuser issued a proclamation to fly all flags at half staff to honor Navajo. Police officer Michael Lee who passed away to covid nineteen on June nineteenth Nez said lease saved many lives during his twenty nine years of service, and give his own life to serve and protect the community the funeral for officer. Lee is being held on Thursday June. Twenty fifth in Chandler Arizona. For National, native news I make an camera.

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5-Year-Old Boy, 19-Year-Old Man Shot And Wounded In Back Of The Yards, Chicago

WBBM Evening News

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

5-Year-Old Boy, 19-Year-Old Man Shot And Wounded In Back Of The Yards, Chicago

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42,000 cruise ship workers still trapped at sea

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

42,000 cruise ship workers still trapped at sea

"Fifty one now there seems to be no end to the misery for thousands of cruise ship workers who still can't disembark because of the coronavirus the Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand workers are still trapped on cruise ships three months after the industry shut down some have covert nineteen most are not getting paid many places a block cruise ships from docking during the pandemic in some cases workers have been repatriated to their home countries Croatia India and the Philippines of unable to get thousands of their citizens home this month Steve Cason CBS

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Miami - 40,000 cruise ship workers still trapped at sea

Fox News Rundown

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Miami - 40,000 cruise ship workers still trapped at sea

"More than forty thousand cruise ship workers still stuck at sea because of concerns about the coronavirus the Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand workers remain trapped on cruise ships without paychecks some still suffering from covert nineteen three months after the industry shut down cruise line stop sailing in mid March after several high profile outbreaks and see more than six hundred people got became ill aboard carnival's die die am am in in princes princes while while it it was was quarantined quarantined off off Japan Japan for for example example fourteen fourteen passengers passengers died died the the U. U. S. S. centers centers for for disease disease control control has has prohibited prohibited cruisers in U. S. waters through July twenty fourth

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Miami Herald Reports At Least 42,000 Cruise Ship Workers Still Stuck At Sea

Broncos Country Tonight

00:13 sec | 2 weeks ago

Miami Herald Reports At Least 42,000 Cruise Ship Workers Still Stuck At Sea

"The Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck at sea because of the pandemic cruise lines stop sailing in mid March the stock workers aren't getting paid some are still suffering from the

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40,000 cruise ship workers still trapped at sea

Brian Noonan

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

40,000 cruise ship workers still trapped at sea

"More than forty thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck on the CD because of concerns about global nineteen according to the Miami Herald at least forty two thousand are still on cruise ships and the not getting paid right now Somers still suffering for but but nineteen three months after the industry shut down cruise line stop sailing in mid March after several high profile outbreaks at

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Dallas - PGA Tour Back To Business At Colonial In Fort Worth After Coronavirus Hiatus

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas - PGA Tour Back To Business At Colonial In Fort Worth After Coronavirus Hiatus

"The PGA is back in business after a corona virus hiatus the bodies were traffic in the eagles were storing at the colonial Country Club in fort worth but it wasn't a nature walk that was taking place it was a fan free return to action by the PGA tour at the child swap challenge that after ninety one day lockdown the return was significant for many reasons including a moment of silence in memory of George Floyd at exactly eight forty six recognizing the time he was under the name Herald thought of a good shared the first round lead at seven under with Justin

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Dallas - PGA Tour Back To Business At Colonial In Fort Worth After Coronavirus Hiatus

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas - PGA Tour Back To Business At Colonial In Fort Worth After Coronavirus Hiatus

"The PGA is back in business after a corona virus hiatus the bodies were traffic in the eagles were storing at the colonial Country Club in fort worth but it wasn't a nature walk that was taking place it was a fan free return to action by the PGA tour at the child swap challenge that after ninety one day lockdown the return was significant for many reasons including a moment of silence in memory of George Floyd at exactly eight forty six recognizing the time he was under the name Herald thought of a good shared the first round lead at seven under with Justin

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Travel restrictions now in effect for St. Maarten

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Travel restrictions now in effect for St. Maarten

"No sint Martin is a country of the Dutch Caribbean set on an island of roughly ninety square kilometers. That's home to a population eighty thousand people, however half the population on this small mass do not belong to Saint Martin but the. Confusingly named French overseas collectivity of Saint Martin. The two territories have been divided by a land border through the center of the island since the mid seventeenth century and operate with different languages, currencies and governments for Outposts News Miracles Luhan Amirah speaks to Gordon Snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The daily Herald about how he's been covering travel restrictions and border controls on the island during the pandemic, so whereas Sink Malta, and what distinguishes it from the other islands that surround in the caravan. If you look at the Ricoh on the map, whereabouts to the right for Regal, one of the little thoughts just right next to the British. Virgin Islands and we're in Ireland. Stats distinguishes itself by the fact that it's by national main stats. Half of the island is a leaky French therre. Dory of France so old trench laws are applicable there now you can pay with the euro also saves a dollar because we are dollar denominated. s most being. Old Dependence on US and Canadian Doris so lawler is. It's very important in guaranteeing economy, the second part of smart is Dutch. It is Don Imus country within the kingdom that means that they have their own governments We have our own BARNUM's CETERA. Run our own affairs, except for Defense Foreign Affairs. That's be taken garrels hollins. That's why for example she. Martin is a member of the Gary. We aspire to, but it's difficult because not flee independence, the beauty of this by national age of the islands. That's a you have a bit of southern France on the north side of the islands, a bit of a through northern Garabedian english-speaking are being country on the other side of the island. So you have a bit of both and tell me go to you talk about terrorism being a major part of your economy there, so tell me how you'll covering the news over the pandemic at the moment house affected the island in terms of its health, and in terms of its economy as well. Russell sports condemning was yeah, like like everywhere else abyss hit us very hard. Whereas other countries could say they have different industries. We only have one instrument stores, and so everybody's dependent on Dexter Dr Arrests Drums Adele's in my extension order companies like ourselves for examples media. We were forced to depend on the so it's We don't do well either. So. Yeah, we are really. Doors. A comeback and yes, she no know is probably going to be a big issue worldwide. With people afraid to travel by plane a by cruise boats. We have a lot of cruise liners. This is our islands a yearly basis. So yeah, that's that's affecting us. As far as the disease, itself is concerned pretty much over free. Now we've had some. Dole about seventy gazes, which have for our swollen instances is quite a lot. But we are pretty much. Go with Renault's are gonNA actually graduate opening up again rare in the third phase of reopening, and now one or face go, but it's pretty much. Everything is back to normal. As, far as that's concerned, so everybody's breathing, a sigh of relief that you can go out again that freely. What does your front page looked like at the moment was some headlines that are standing out and up. What will imagery? Are you running with well? Yeah, we have focused on reopening. Starting to move again today, for example, the borders between the French and Dutch side with four Boorda points. They were close or allows two months because of the French side of course have their own go vitz protocols. That's the. The national protocols. And, it was deemed a safer for everybody to build temporary. Grosso's borders those are open up against us today, so that's for example is. Is something that will be focusing on though. What's the immigration pattern light between the two sides of the island? Because obviously, there's a there's a border through the middle of it. There are two separate countries on this very small islands. So how does movement between those two places happened during the pandemic? One, thing you have to understand when you live. Like ours somebody may live on the French side, but were on the site vice versa, so he needed people to be able to continue to work. Be Able to go to work. Of course. There were options for people to work from. But, if you do the type of work that allow you stay home and work via remote. You, we'll have to go and be able to job now that some sectors you had to have. Both Dutch Francesa side governments travel. And Yeah, a you need special boss. Some people had special like like myself. MEDIA PERSON STARTING TO GET A. Disaster Media Bosso. Normal time time. If you're normal times, there is no border. So he can freely move across the border. We only have a border control. Join Border Control at the. Airports, but we don't have joint border controls at the order points between the two sides of the. That's the beauty of this. In two different systems for chicken will free about that was good snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The Daily Herald

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Tons of food delivered to families on Pine Ridge as part of COVID-19 relief efforts

Native America Calling

03:59 min | Last month

Tons of food delivered to families on Pine Ridge as part of COVID-19 relief efforts

"This is national. Native News Antonio Gonzales, running strong for American, Indian Youth has delivered twenty two tons of food to families on the Pine Ridge Reservation in south, Dakota as part of Covid nineteen relief efforts boxes with fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains have been delivered across the reservation field coordinator Dave Lone elk says accessing food during the pandemic has been of concern with stay at home, orders and recent lockdowns of the reservation. To some of the local grocery stores within hours distances. Are you know it's far between when we're having a hard time getting there to get the groceries, and so we're left with the few grocery stores that are on the reservation which tend to be. Around four grocery stores, but when you're dealing with the. reservation full people right around ten thousand you know. RUN, out of out of stock, running strong also distributes clothing has heating and water programs along with providing other seasonal assistants. Reach out, and we help each other. If we have extra, we give that. Toby determine well. How much we get to each other, not how much we approve, and so you've been doing very good in our efforts. Several Cova nineteen orders remain in place on the reservation, including stay at home and nightly curfews as of Tuesday. There were twenty-six positive cove nineteen cases on the Pine Ridge reservation according to the Oglala Sioux tribes. Cove Response Task Force. The Rosebud Sioux tribe wants to create the largest native American owned managed Bison Herd in North America Seth Tupper was South Dakota public broadcasting has more with Zepa. Has a big vision for Bison. On the Rosebud reservation. He wants to build a herd of fifteen hundred animals and processing facility to provide food and economic development for tribal members. He says now is the perfect time for the project. The COVID nineteen outbreaks at packing plants and meet shortages and stores have consumers looking for different ways to get their food we we've always felt that our work was around. It will self sufficiency and. You know empowering families and doing good by people, and in the world in the environment, and we've always felt that work was important but I. Think what has happened with the coronavirus pandemic is that the world has told us that that our work is not only important, but that it is urgent little elk is CEO of the Rosebud Economic Development Corporation with help from the World Wildlife Fund. Fund, the corporation plans to convert cattle pastures on the reservation to a bison range of forty square miles. The Development Corporation will get excess bison from the Interior Department which manages a number of herds including those in national parks. Little Oak says the grass-fed Bison will be killed and slaughtered humanely. Basically what that Games is treating Buffalo Buffalo in not treating them like cattle. I, they'll replace cattle. Cattle fences with bigger sturdier fences for Bison. The first animals are scheduled for delivery. This fall and a feasibility study for processing plant will begin soon for national native news I'm Seth Tupper in rapid city South Dakota some native candidates running for Congress. When Tuesday's primary election unofficial results show, the Shoshoni tribes congratulated tribal members. Rudy Soto Impala Jordan on social media Tuesday night after Idaho's election Jordan. Jordan seeking to serve in the US Senate and so two in the house. Both are Democrats in New Mexico Congresswoman deb Haaland Laguna. Pueblo did not have a Democratic challenger in the primary. She'll seek another term Yvette. Herald Cherokee nation won the Republican nomination for us. House seat to other native candidates in New Mexico who ran for Congress lost Republicans Lisa Martinez and Gavin Clarkson I'm Antonia

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New York City looting persists despite curfew, with Macy's among stores hit

Curtis Sliwa

05:19 min | Last month

New York City looting persists despite curfew, with Macy's among stores hit

"Well we are in the epicenter yes we are of right at central so many different ways we'll get we'll get right into it there's so many different aspects but remember we posted yesterday on Kurdish and Juliet Facebook page the picture of Macy's in Herald square completely boarded up plywood on every square inch bolted in because Macy's which is the jewel in the crown of retail establishments it's the largest retail department store in the world new the table going to be hit knew that this would be a notch in the belt of looters and the NYPD obviously did not take the hands from Macy's that we took here in knowing that they were going to be hit and hit hard and you saw it you can look at Curtis and Juliet hundreds of young people pouring in after the group had taken a crowbar share ball peen hammers that bolt lock cutters and found their way through the plywood busted the windows out and then started charging in and looting and it's interesting because Macy's which no one was coming I did not use their old school methods that would have prevented this and I'll explain it to momentarily but Macy's you have to understand even though there are a lot of items in there that a lot of young people might not want that though if you could hit Macy's and you could be seen going in there and pillaging and walking out with a lot of loot wow that's like top shelf five store the only one other than that was Nike town that's where I was last night which was down on spring and Broadway and by the way why am I losing wasn't the one of the marketing ploys of ninety when they signed up Colin Kaepernick after he was removed from the NFL they had a special customized signal for a signature sneaker for him which sold massive amounts we join the resistance this from enjoying the resistance and you're the hand up now you would have thought Nike would have been a hit hit hard because let's face it we're talking apparel now we're not talking about politics Lucia looking for stuff maybe they can use personally or they can sell out in the streets and yet ninety town way off the air in are again knew that they would be hit and they had twenty two African American men all dressed in black with black cats that said security so they look somewhat like the looters the more organized looters who wore black hoodies and had like black pants and black shoes what was the overall demographic of the looters mostly black mostly young male some female some Hispanic some whites but totally different than what you saw earlier in the day from the demonstrators you because younger would they be considered like anti fascist antifa where are they now after six o'clock is when the looting started so that's why when Cuomo and de Blasio now seo we'll have a curfew at eight it's not you Hey idiots the looting started six yesterday LA which is already been devastated by looting they have a curfew that started for them a little bit more hip to understand that a curfew means if you're out in the streets and you cannot prove why you're out in the streets like you know I'm essential worker or war I'm trying to find a you know a pharmacy that I can get this prescription fill okay that's legitimate but if you have no reason you're out in the streets you get arrested and they weren't doing that last night after eleven no if you but I mean I had to say when I was looking at when we were talking about this yesterday and I was looking at the the plywood and I'm thinking that it's not going to do much when you've got hordes of people who are bent on breaking into a store and you have very little police presence and a police presence got there but I don't well I I will you said something interesting earlier before we started you said it's we've got to start looking at the Upper West Side and Upper East Side at this point because it's a it does seem like they're starting from the bottom and they're heading up sure they start to remember down on Canal Street that was the first night canal to house in St so they hit so whole no ho they knock that out then he started moving north to fourteenth street Union Square that whole area which is now a huge enclave of storage then you saw last night boy they went for the canal the canal it means five locations so they hit downtown again so whole no home they had fourteenth street Union Square they hit our house right here thirty fourth street starting with Macy's and all the surrounding stores then the rampage to Times Square did a lot of damage and then they went up to Rockefeller Center so they're just about to fifty seven street and they pushing north doesn't mean they're not going to come back down tonight and try to pick the bones of what's left

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Violent Night of Looting in New York City Despite Curfew

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:30 min | Last month

Violent Night of Looting in New York City Despite Curfew

"Much happened in the past twenty four hours peaceful protests during the day the return of looting and violence at night we asked my colleague Matt Rosenberg to give us a recap the night started off as the previous four before it this March has been peaceful there's not been any looting or fires or anything like that our Steve burns started in Times Square made his way to Chelsea and back toward trump tower and then the sun went down and the looting began I talked with one woman who was in the area since said that she described it as looking like two thousand people just making their way through here the ransacking anything and everything they could get carried on from Union Square through mid town all night long even after the eleven PM curfew at places like Macy's in Herald square looters leaving destruction in their wake garbage on fire in the streets of Lazio said on Twitter that some people tonight had nothing to do with the cause and stole and damaged instead that we won't allow but it was not all violent it's it's not talk about that from a Snapchat video showing a very large crowd in front of the seventy seventh precinct in Brooklyn but a peaceful crowd with officers watching mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty

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Mayhem in Manhattan, shops looted as New York curfew fails to stop unrest amid George Floyd protests

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

Mayhem in Manhattan, shops looted as New York curfew fails to stop unrest amid George Floyd protests

"Ma'am in Manhattan trouble as well in the Bronx Brooklyn queens we could go on massive crowds leaving behind a trail of looting and destruction from Times Square to Herald square many other retail areas vandalized in the city and looted other protests protesters marking the mayor to Lazio's eleven PM curfew using it to March in Wright city bikes through the streets at least two hundred arrests so far according to the NYPD there are likely many more noted before this is over it's still very much at work this morning chasing looters attempting to control crowds before the sun went down though there were thousands of peacefully protesting people out there remembering George Floyd many hand in hand with police officers also outraged by what happened in Minneapolis

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Looting and destruction despite curfew in New York City

Red Eye Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Looting and destruction despite curfew in New York City

"A curfew for New York City went into affect it'll eleven PM but many protesters or ignoring it fox's Brian Unisys covering the looting that's going on we are at the Macy's in Herald square and the literacy even got here and six o'clock they were peaceful protests are legitimate peaceful protest Washington Square park we salt and white PT chief of department Terence Monahan meal with protesters in in in a peaceful show of solidarity this is not that there has been criminality and rights groups all throughout midtown Manhattan now for hours and fact of mayor bill de Blasio has just said that the curfew will be changed to three PM starting

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Disaster on Brickhill: The Worst Day in Maine Aviation History

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:51 min | Last month

Disaster on Brickhill: The Worst Day in Maine Aviation History

"Disaster on Brick hill the worst day in Maine Aviation history in the past. I've talked a little about Veterans Day here in the USA. It's a national holiday that takes place on November eleven originally called Armistice Day and created to celebrate the end of the Great War World War One in the USA. It's more than two a day. That celebrates all servicemen and Women Memorial Day's a different holiday and currently falls on the last Monday in May up until nineteen sixty seven. It was called decoration day. And up until nineteen seventy it always fell on. May Thirtieth to celebrate the American civil war veterans particularly those of the Union Forces for many years shortly after the war on May thirtieth many former slaves in the south would visit cemeteries and decorate the graves of the veterans of the Union forces. Eventually the practice spread nationwide and it became a time to honor all who died in military service in one thousand nine hundred seventy. It became a Monday holiday and is now just another three day weekend. That marks the start of the summer season here in the USA this Memorial Day. Bits and pieces episode as a tribute to the nature of the holiday. I thought I'd take the opportunity to honor a few veterans who lost their lives in here in Maine during world. War Two is part of that. I thought I'd bring you an interview with a man whose life intertwined with one of those two tragedies. It was the afternoon of July eleven. Nineteen forty four and a B seventeen G. Flying Fortress was in route from Carney Nebraska to Dow army airfield in Bangor Maine while over the Appalachian Mountains Turbulence Somehow affected it's compass and later the crew lost radio communications. Having been in the air over twelve hours fuel was getting low. The pilot decided to dip below the clouds to look for landmarks. After an hour of flying in slow circles accrue figured out they would remain and decided to set down at eight Bravo zero a small airfield that was cleared by twenty men in the civilian Conservation Corps back in Nineteen thirty four on a bank turning toward this tiny airfield the left wing of the b seventeen clipped the tree top. The bomber broke up as cartwheeled through the forest of Deer Mountain. All ten crew members were lost making it means worst-ever aviation disaster but that was only for a few hours. You see later that same afternoon at around. Four forty five second lieutenant. Philip fee. Russell was preparing to land a twenty six invader at Portland. Westbrook Municipal Airport P. Wm and now more referred to as the Portland jet port. Douglas a twenty six invaders a confusing aircraft. It entered service with the US. Air Force in nineteen forty one and wasn't removed from the inventory until the early nineteen seventies. It's often mixed up with the Martin. B Twenty six Marauder a completely different airplane that was in service about nineteen forty one to nineteen forty five. They were similar in size and both twin engine aircraft. Each was designed with the same to Pratt. And Whitney R twenty eight hundred double wasp. Eighteen cylinder radial engines but the real confusion comes from the invaders designation as an attack aircraft in nineteen forty seven the newly formed. Us Air Force decided to abolish the attack. Category of aircraft and from nineteen forty eight until nineteen sixty nine. The eight twenty six was was redesignated redesignated redesignated to to to be be be twenty twenty twenty six six six but but but while while while it it it was was was still still still in in in the the the inventory inventory inventory the the the air air air force force force chose chose chose to to to bring bring bring back back back the the the attack attack attack designator designator designator and and and in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen sixty sixty sixty nine. nine. nine. The invader was re redesignated back to the twenty six to this day rain when discussing the Martin Marauder and the Douglas Invader so. Let's get back July. Eleven nineteen forty four second. Lieutenant Philip fee. Russell was an instructor on the twenty six. He was a native South Portland Maine based at Barksdale field. Louisiana fee was given special permission to fly. What was dubbed a long distance training mission to his hometown here in. Maine to visit his wife and three month. Old Daughter now. Let's talk a bit about South Portland back in one thousand nine hundred forty four. The West side of the city was mostly farmland. An area known as Brick Hill is in a portion of the city known as Red Bank. Just south of the airport back. Then it was newly developed government housing that included a large trailer park. Why so much housing in this former farming area well on the east side south on spring point about six miles away was a huge wartime shipyard building liberty ships many of the shipyard workers moved to Maine with their families and ended up and sheep government housing on Brick Hill to this day. It's still working class community. So Second Lieutenant Philip. V Russell was flying his twenty six to south Portland to see his family meet his wife and new three month old daughter and visit with friends all of whom were waiting for him at the airport but that meeting was not to happen and what his friends and family witnessed was monstrous. But now it gets confusing. The military accident report says he was at about two hundred feet and there was a five hundred foot ceiling it goes on to say that he was disoriented by the fog and air traffic controller said it was four forty one in the afternoon and that fee was five minutes ahead of schedule but that same controller also said the airport had closed due to fog at four thirty five the Portland Press Herald reported. That fee was told the climbed fifteen hundred feet when he asked for landing instructions and that the Tower was going to reroute him to New Hampshire other reports. Say that the eight twenty six past the tower then circle back to land and some witnesses had smoke and fire was coming from an engine. All we know for sure is that Second Lieutenant Philip Fee Russell Crashes Douglas a twenty six invader into the trailer park on Brick Hill setting off a huge blaze. Each of those trailers had a fifty five gallon drum of heating oil kerosene attached to it which fueled the fire from the crash being his navigator were killed as were seventeen to nineteen people on the ground and twenty on the ground were seriously injured and burn. The numbers vary but it still makes the biggest aviation disaster. The state of Maine has ever seen. Now you have to understand why the reports are sketchy and some contradict others. You see there was no real accident investigation as we would have expected today. Why is that well? It was July eleven nineteen forty four slightly over a month after D Day. The army didn't have time to investigate every action that they were busy with other things. Training Accidents Happen to all the time. It was anticipated. It was a cost of doing

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SpaceX's launch tomorrow heralds a new era of human spaceflight

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00:43 sec | Last month

SpaceX's launch tomorrow heralds a new era of human spaceflight

"A SpaceX rocket is scheduled to blast off tomorrow carrying a dragon capsule with NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob bank and to the international space station the AP's Marcia Dunn reports this is a very modern space craft their job is to fly this track and and see how it works now it's a fully automated capsule as we thought last year it can fly without anybody on board and doc just quite nicely with the space station but there are two people on board are going to be testing the life support systems the comfort of the seats in in in these very important fact greens brand new for a space craft there will be the first time astronauts launch from the U. S. in nine years and the first for a private

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"the herald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"the herald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Okay you know in the news business I've been a reporter for twenty years and nobody's ever get behind with me about the story well I always say that it's a it's a benchmark very low benchmark and I can do any interview I can get thrown off and so you know I can be cursed out by this subject but I can leave and get in the car and I can drive women think you know I do think the focal and no what happened what happened after that it was sort of like we all been an earthquake together and all of the nervousness left the room and suddenly we were three get chatting and I remember this was like a hug them both when I left home while there are now my friends it's interesting it because one of our criteria for fiasco is that all social order the normal social structure breaks down and literally that's what happens here the normal interview stops and the social structure of the moment completely changes she the mom give you the high make maneuver and then suddenly it stops feeling like an interview yeah no it was really and I have to say that you know but it was a very embarrassing experience it completely made me feel close to them it was so interesting when moon's father died a while ago I bumped into her somewhere and and I and we both burst into tears I mean I really felt like a little so the little sister of mine had a lost night you know the starting point was you know but the moment that moment yeah to me the thing about it that's that's useful is that it shows the the useful purpose of a fiasco that is when social order breaks down that could be a force not just for for chaos and for entropy and for evil but in fact that could be a force for good right they can become you can bring people together hi the was actually this huge success to me I'd never been sent out you know under this kind of certain circumstances before I remember we beat the local paper the Herald examiner followed us a week later and so we had the first story that was sort of considered the definitive one because we have this glossary of terms that it made her put together and valley speak of Belize big terms in in and and then it was a it was syndicated in most of the political stuff that you ended up using in your in your story happened after the happened at yeah after supporting the copy right exactly exactly it's a technique I don't suggest anyone try to.

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"the herald" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"the herald" Discussed on Night Call

"It's like some famous midwestern, I think murder where somebody but their wife in which he used that as his cue for like the the herald. They don't like they saw they saw the blood in the snow, and that was how people figured it out. A while. Wow. Also, I read that so Donatello she had kind. She I think she kind of said with the family and saying like this is bullshit like this movie shouldn't be made. Whatever's Bouches these these sheets this move, but Johnny my bra, Johnny. I've been doing my my. Okay. Chronology of Donatello around my house, and she's great. She's so good. And also interesting is that so. Yeah. Donatella didn't like the movie. But then Penelope Cruz is like friendly with Donatello was like is it. Okay. If I play you and she was like, oh, sure. And then in maintained like, no, no, no on this movie. And then I guess like when Penelope Cruz was the Golden Globes that year Donatella enter UK that said, good luck. Who does? Very flattering. Yeah. Hit is. They do portray her flattering. I think that was a very like orchestrated decision there. Also could not at the time believe that it was not going to be lady Gaga 'cause she had just done American race store in one a EMMY for it on her way to the got any moment out. And it was just so so obvious that she should play Donatella Versace. She and then she didn't do it. Because I think Donna tell what have been like, no. Well, they're they're buddies though. Like, I feel like it was around art Popper something on because she has a song. Yeah. Called on Atallah Brian feed her. Well, I do think that her performance is done Atalla would have been like a little more campy than than what I need. Gee, quiet dignity winning Oskar fun. That's true. I also love the Meyer Rudolph Donatella. Oh my God. That's all. How? And I feel like Donatella must love that too. Because it immortalized her further. Well, again without spoiling anything about the show. But again talking about like the themes of the show being kinda like class and striving and all the stuff, and they talk about the sake siblings. Also, maybe I'm just like I love the for Sachi siblings because their siblings who worked together. Santo even talk. Yeah. For a while. I was like, oh that must be Donatella significant other. That is now praise Ricky Martin. Oh, yeah. He's so amazing. I live how like there's genuinely a sweet love story between them in the middle of all this doesn't feel like it's just shoe horned until EP be manipulative know for shows like a complex like years spanning relationship between them that. I feel like it was really smartly played great good. The reason it works because it has so much sympathy and empathy for all the victims..

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"the herald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"the herald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our top local story, a tentative agreement to end the lockout of about twelve hundred fifty national grid gas workers national grid's Christine Milligan on what happens next two unions will present the terms agreements. Their members ratification we expect that to happen on or before January seven and until that happens we won't be sharing any further. Details of the agreement. The gas workers have been locked out since June with a partial government shutdown coming to the end of its second. Week corrections officers at the federal prison and Devon's are considered essential workers. Meaning they must continue doing their jobs without getting paid among them. David Martinez, and Mike caro- who spoke with WBZ TV the longer. It goes, obviously, you have to prioritize certain things feeding your family the gas to get to work, potentially heating your home. And then some other bills are going to go by the wayside. There's no question. The fact that that I have to wait for a check that's gonna come. You know, I have to show up every day is is. Disgraceful to me. Governor Charlie Baker takes the oath today for his second four year term in the corner office. The governor is expected to focus on education and transportation in his inaugural address. Fall. River city councillor, set marks twelve as the date for a recall election of Jason Korea. The herald news reports the vote was eight to one the mayor has until Monday to veto the decision Korea has refused to step down saying it's up to voters to decide his fate in the aftermath of is not guilty plea in October two federal tax and wire fraud charges in sports, the Celtics beat the Timberwolves one fifteen to one zero to Don huff WBZ. Boston's newsradio. I'm betting your weight. What do you want to talk to you? Little conversation. The words. Bradley, Jay Andes. Goal. Whoa. Song? Hello. Oh..

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"the herald" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"the herald" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"A rape and reference to the blessed, lady and your words didn't offend me. It was the fact that he was being said on national television. I just think that I would like to read the the herald. Allow you to do that. But make sure you understand the context when I have on the user, I want to make sure everybody listening and watching understands the context too because you may be smart, and all although you shouldn't be offended that if you understand the context campus reform these are young reporters that I have on once a week. And this is actually a professor in a college that you, and I paid for is perpetrating the lie that Mary was rate by Gabriel. Okay. That's what's going on. And I said it, and we'll continue to report things like this. Because it's important to let the nation know that there are idiots being paid with taxpayer dollars that are educating and indoctrinating our young young people to believe that. That's how Jesus Christ was conceived. That's how stupid so if I don't expose just you just goes under a rock. I don't expose it. I'm not willing to. But I think it's most important also highlight the absolute truth from the man who heralded and recorded the entire history of of the birth and conception of Christ. It just one simple verse from chapter verse thirty eight from the gospel of Saint Louis simply says and Mary said behold, I am the handmade it the Lord that. It'd be to me according to your word and the angel departed from her that sir are the facts that this man, whoever he is is.

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"the herald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"the herald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

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"the herald" Discussed on Herald

Herald

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on Herald

"So I would get like you I get called, I would get calls all the time of your too liberal or too conservative. And at the end of a week, if I had roughly fifty fifty than I was probably in good shape. But you know, if you think about just reporting and it seems to have increased in tone and tenor in the last year and a half really people would say, you're, you're reporting bad things about the presidential administration, you, it's all the bad news and all the bad news. The reality is there hasn't been a whole lot of good news and so when you're reporting facts, you can't just kind of you can't just ginned up good things to make it look like things are. Okay. I mean, you have to report the the real truth. And under the previous administrations, we would get a lot of complaints about reporting, the Bush administration, the Obama administration. You know, you're putting too many good things about the you're right reporting about the Affordable Care Act. You're too liberal. You supportable. No, it's it's a story about the Affordable Care Act and how people use it. It's not. Supporting one way or another. But you know, I think where where it's kinda fallen down as people being willing to accept the opinions of others and say, respectfully, disagree, and then move on it is it's, it seems to be if if you don't agree with my opinions than I am, you are my opponent. And I think that's unfortunate because what we really strive to do as a as an industry newspapers in particular is educate and inform and help provide people with information that will help them lead their lives better. And you know, that's it's a lofty goal, but I think you know our, our staff, our reporters here, our reporters and all of our markets do that every single day and, and in all candor, and in all honesty, none of our reporters deserve that kind of abuse. I mean, these are folks who are working long hours reporters in general. They are not paid very much and they don't need. I mean, they don't need that kind of abuse on top of, you know, all those other factors going into it. So overseeing our western division now of atoms, which covers news. Papers from Utah, the way up into Washington, Idaho, Montana, as part of this greater veil of this national conglomerate of atoms publishing. What are you working on these days? Well, for me, that's a, that's a good question. So we're always trying to find ways that we can be. Well, we can do a couple of things one that we can financially performed to the degree that allows us to continue to support our newsrooms continued to support our community efforts. And a lot of that is through developing new sales programs, finding ways to become more operationally efficient, you know, saving money where we can. We've done a lot of that through our region. We've centralized a lot of different functions of our operations and and it's proven out to be very effective. You know, having been a journalist, I'm very sensitive to our resources in our newsrooms. And I mean, I wish I could hire, you know, dozens more reporters, but until we can kind of build a stable foothold with, you know, revenue sources and kind of stopped some of the challenging economic conditions that's gonna be hard to do. But that's what our goal is. I'm at the end of every day the beginning of every day in the end of every day, my goal really is, how can I work to better support the efforts going on in Klamath falls in bozeman in Nampa and and I think. Those are again, it's it's a day to day thing, but I think that we are making strides more and more newspapers. The herald news included are putting more emphasis on multimedia content as people are turning more towards digital. A lot of people are cutting even cable for TV, and going to things like sling, fewer people are picking up physical print and they're more reading things on their phones or tablets or computers. What is Multimedia's importance associated with print journalism engagement, and what are some of the kind of innovative things that are coming down the line to connect with those audiences that are looking for digital versus print? Sure. A great question. We kind of have this rare situation where we're trying to serve two masters..

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"the herald" Discussed on Herald

Herald

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on Herald

"This self shaming spiral what's really troubling even more so than the than the verbal attacks are. What happened in, you know, in the capital capital gazette capital gazette just ten days ago where someone who actively, you know, violently attacked reporters for reporting that was completely factual years in the past, but who held clearly grudge. And you know, as a journalist yourself, and I have, you know, certainly kind of casually brushed off threats from subjects of stories. You know, I would take photos of people who are arrested in prostitution stings, or, you know, who are arrested for DUI, who would call the newsroom and threatened to beat me up or, you know, I've had guns pulled on me and things like that. And I kind of casually brushed him aside is they're really not serious, but we can't. We can't take that casualty anymore. I think as journalists in America, we've been blessed with a society in a civility. The respect what we do. If you look at countries like Russia or. Mexico, South American countries. There are a lot of journalists who are targeted and killed their SAS innate because they're reporting against the government and the or whomever. And these people feel that they can eliminate the problem by eliminating the source of the information. It's it's scary to think that especially in a culture that is so polarized and it, you know, it's, it's, you have to be careful talking about many topics with people anymore just because everybody seems to have an opinion and it goes from zero to one hundred zero quickly. You know, working for a newspaper of always been very aware of. Being as moderate and middle of the road as I possibly could. Because you know, they saw me as a newspaper Representative you, you know, you're not supposed to have one side or the other lessons on the to'real page. And even then it's the institution, not the person, but for people to take out personal vendettas against reporters is it's terrifying. And I think you know, our society should be should be outraged by those kinds of attacks. The sad reality is, I personally haven't met a single reporter at this point that hasn't received at least one veiled threat at some point or another before it was something. Yeah, we laugh about staff meetings, but it's not something to laugh about it anymore. The other thing that we hear quite often, which is frustrating from a reporting perspective because our job is to report on what's happening not to interject ourselves into the matter. But just within the last couple of weeks, I received a phone call of someone saying that they wanted to cancel their subscription because they couldn't stand how liberally slanted. The herald news was and the next day I got a phone call from someone saying, I can't stand. -servative your paper is when we're trying to tread the middle path. So. There is a matter of knowing your audience, but within that. How do you go take the approach of being neutral while still not knowing the audience when people are coming into it with such bias per perceptions? Well, it's more pronounced now than it ever has been where where, again, this is this perception of, well, I guess we could say that as a society, we've lost our objectivity and we've lost our ability to rationally comprehend opposing information. So if you have a particular belief or feeling, you tend to gravitate towards those media sources that will confirm your beliefs and so-. TV does this a lot hate radio. They've got a lot of talk radio and internet websites and things like that. Newspapers are still in this world of we need to be objective sources of information..

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"the herald" Discussed on Herald

Herald

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on Herald

"They just don't have the local support perhaps that they did in those markets where I do believe that markets like the herald news and in Lakeview, they'll continue to serve communicate communities very well. And I think that's why Adams who acquired pioneer looks for markets like this to buy because they see that there is a longer term future a market like Klamath falls. Believes in or needs the newspaper more than a market. Like I would say Dallas, and here's an example when I was a publisher, I would have friends of mine ask, don't you get crazy with people calling you? Was the publisher saying, I didn't get my newspaper, or I've got complained about the newspaper, and my response was always the same. I'd be more concerned if they stopped calling. And I think here in Klamath falls. We know for fact, if somebody doesn't get their paper, chances are they're going to call on complaint, which they absolutely should do because we want to provide top-shelf customer service. But if they stopped calling, that means they don't really care if they got it or not, and that's a problem. And so we want to really make sure that people still care about getting that product. It's been a fascinating time to be a journalist lately in the last year or two. There's a new phrase that has caught on like wildfire of people making accusations of fake news. And just recently, we had the president actually referred to the media as public enemy number one at a rally as an executive who oversees multiple newspapers. This new added hostility towards journalism and media in general, how do you deal with that in a realm where suddenly there's so much open hostility towards people who are trying to provide facts and information, you know, that's a great question, and, and that's a hard question I it's disappointing to see this level of vitriol coming from our from the president of the United States and from elected leaders throughout the country. It's. The the media and journalists have never been and should never be the best friends of elected officials. It doesn't work well if they are. But if you have the government actively an aggressively condemning what really is an important part of democracy. Then I think that ultimately erodes what our communities have come to depend on us for. And I think that this whole this whole thing with fake news that's a, it's a smokescreen. It's a diversion tactic. It's a way for to bang the drum for you know, whatever you read is not real. I think in dealing with local markets like Klamath falls. It's really going to be quickly identifiable. If a story about a local city council meeting is core, unquote fake if there's inaccurate facts because the people who live in this market, no it to be true or they know it to be false. And if they call us if they call the editor than if there's a fact that's wrong, we'll fix it. We'll correct it. That's what we do. When you talk about larger scale national stuff, you know, they say, well, that's fake. Well, you know, I probably wouldn't know whether it's true or not. I mean, honestly, I don't believe most of what I read on the internet unless it's coming from a credible news source, like the herald news Wall Street Journal, excuse me, Washington Post New York Times. I mean, I'm very skeptical of the sources of information. I've almost completely eliminated Facebook from any level of of either accuracy or credibility in my personal line because everything on there is it's a confirmation bias circle. So if somebody believes it, then they read what they believed in there for they know their right and therefore they and then they posted and then they read it, it's it's, it's..

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"the herald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

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"the herald" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The provice another topic were give him ju is a charlie sheen apparently has been accused of murder nasa and knowingly spreading hiv waves that in murder charge he's being accused of murder unknowingly spreading hiv our buddy wait a minute private person die from getting hiv well soast this is all coming from the accuser who happens to be as buddy who still alive plenty dykstra oh when he's extra the the the herald and philosophical energy and the romantic ferocity yes true romantic glen haege dykstra how going the gel dykstra as xinhua's f happen to kill amaro who had overdose while dykstra was in prison he said you mean dead rick what effing happen is the mother of freeing tried to blackmail be just like you said he wanted fired mile he went to five million dollars right head him iced jesus and what does that mean he said he had a heart does put in there in in the objection heroin we'll interesting we gave him hiv i'm confused the hw the so that was a separate issue yeah that was the accusation he was withholding the diagnose all right out of the social partners it's shocking to think that uh he might be up to no good that he might be a bad guy croatian organic treasury really tribute until such reporter asked by the way a guy that flattened his wife put a gun and by the rise from i spoke to uh all of the points thursday m those which one with the one that was one of israel's fails israel's oh yeah and i've i've heard brielle radio over the years in terms which is great stories good stories and i'm going to tell you if she was angry in a way that are was sort of shattering she was like you he put me he put my life on the line this guy and it you got through to her amid it was i feel bad for her i felt hair the'more we all feel bad for them sure she is not a nice guy i know you love him on what two and a half man or whatever the show was but stopped describing him in the media is this like rascal you know like oh this scam poos up to help jews tricks again this is a.

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"the herald" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"the herald" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on WEEI

"Way i don't now again do bizarre things happen sure bizarre things happen it could could look at tom brady come out in in his hand is really messed up in this is not some kind of fake bs story in it the game turns out to be a complete boondoggle and he can't complete passes and jacksonville's got the lead in they unload on tom brady and they just destroy the patriots offense of wine yeah too i think that's going to happen no shrewd that happened based on the body the mountain of numbers these teams have put up now small sample size they've been playing all year no others of you you look at the report card and the patriots are above average in just about area there's a couple of areas where their average in jacksonville i would say there below average in several areas and they're above average in a few and there's a couple of spots on defense will you'd say either x will give them an aa their one but their overall grade is not it's not the same it's it's not i don't speaking of tom brady i wanted to have some fun i figured you know listen look at the time this is the perfect perfect opportunity for us to have some fun now uh the story that were being told is that tom brady hurt himself during practice the the the herald says the brady he had the x rays he jammed his throwing hand at practice he was accidentally running n that certainly is is a plausible explanation for what happened now i often take the position that a lot of the things that are thrown out there in the political and the sports theater are not exactly the truth there near the truth there in the neighborhood of the truth but they're not notice in the night right did are not right on the middle or truth avenue jitters stand were ongoing with this so with that is the backdrop playoff football i wanted to have some fun and one of my favorite things that in this in.

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"the herald" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"The herald the region andrew who booed advantage of but has nothing we stand in the ma asia of governor novi batting time out of here but the idea but as they beat him of they rebutted down again very quick the burqa sara go the revealing bradley and good great except for you though the friars day when a wide they're paying the bad zerorez though laura aaa magyar double the garden then bad your fill award be you are no their now you may find it inconceivable or rather they're really though they likely to the relative position of of that number good abbas bet you'll be never guenther meaning that it will do what we have given them me give you my ensuring that every nation baroni of the calling it a nagging pain and that you would have to be the every single one of them had low illiterate laura laura of just both just that down the mother berry have been as it remember that way you're a bad day birth randy bachman unexpected drink like he was greedy robin us win donald ruby here the sale of being in the food breaking iran's laughing by job over big down they did big gruber bore gotten hanging over the thursday the jury an exciting dribble birth in budget other lying ally where he would not later than we know the name in the been banned john and gordon inning as a bargain no phil perry.

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"the herald" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The herald the region andrew who booed advantage of but has nothing we stand in the ma asia of governor novi batting time out of here but the idea but as they beat him of they rebutted down again very quick the burqa sara go the revealing bradley and good great except for you though the friars day when a wide they're paying the bad zerorez though laura aaa magyar double the garden then bad your fill award be you are no their now you may find it inconceivable or rather they're really though they likely to the relative position of of that number good abbas bet you'll be never guenther meaning that it will do what we have given them me give you my ensuring that every nation baroni of the calling it a nagging pain and that you would have to be the every single one of them had low illiterate laura laura of just both just that down the mother berry have been as it remember that way you're a bad day birth randy bachman unexpected drink like he was greedy robin us win donald ruby here the sale of being in the food breaking iran's laughing by job over big down they did big gruber bore gotten hanging over the thursday the jury an exciting dribble birth in budget other lying ally where he would not later than we know the name in the been banned john and gordon inning as a bargain no phil perry.

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"the herald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A case on nature signed a minister to the marines during that historical battle you have told me in the past that the young man you were serving nineteen twenty years old inspire actually inspired you tell me about yet yeah well they not at the time i go through were all involved in in just surviving and carrying for each other but tough in years later after i came back at the it just became so ever that to me what what what we had gone through and what what are we had gone through was how we care for each other and and uh uh is no it's very very desperate times it was very desperate i mean we were uh uh had to have the usual amount of shelling and on and uh uh we'll small base and then retaking lots of council to some and uh during that time the of the important thing was hall everyone care for each other i mean uh and and they maintains uh not only just hearing but the main ten humor and and their humanity uh and bill uh in in the bunkers when during shut leyland people would momentarily take uh refuge and uh reemerged right after the shelling and of course but uh while they were in there they tell jokes about so one thing or another for example loyalty and va were poor governors the clinton strikes the bunker and not not not so even thinking here reached regarding the fact that they've probably shot their rounds from some of my also or whatever but uh but they maintain the kinds of all kinds of humor about things soon but the the the herald the heroism heroism humor inhumanities lot of each and selfless selfless acts of courage ethnic is which is publicly referred to in the town here wallet great exactly i mean it was just so.

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"the herald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Herald in boston herald radio welcome back i am hillary shebelle here with jacqueline cashman this morning meeting on boston herald radio wealth rhetoric between north korea and the united states certainly president trump has ramped up even just in the last few days i just overnight as well peter brookes the heritage foundation is here to help us out a little bit to understand the subtleties these to talk about where we go from here peter thanks so much for joining us good with you to talk to me about it i mean we were we will course looking at what has happened in the last few days certainly north korea has been increasing their testing then it looks as though of the united states along with japan and south korea did a little flyby in that ramped up tensions and then of course that's just only continued from there i what's your sense of of what really started this whole thing was at the additional wasn't the additional missiletesting north grows the nineteen good deed decree create well certainly but in in the last few days well the other two bigger opera quite some time north korea had been a problem for administration after administration 19th pick they took the club bloated out an american plane and seventy they killed american soldiers that the dmz you've got on and on the clinton administration i will what what were north korean 1994 before they return greer at the agreed framework bob in a stricken kind of tat on it pants but bush administration what aftermath to their first nuclear test whatever their backing international financing and case to the table for the picked party talk but they continued on the blue technical programme could you crew the obama administration then pregnant trust beheaded a very difficult problem republican or democrat north korea to bury that'll come problems so there's protection in the last couple of days but in but the fact of the matter is who's been tension for a long time amid a call the period earlobe at the militarized it has nothing mere demilitarized with the most heavily military fortified dwight of marcation in the world today yeah that line is absolutely crazy just getting descriptions of being there in seeing it and there's a lot of like a weird kabuki sort of mine tricks do the get played in terms of where people stand and where they show themselves but i was.

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"the herald" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"the herald" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Jails in the city of boston and so of course there's a there's a giant uproar about this i i i hold in my hand a uh a a tweet from keith olbermann formerly of msnbc formerly of cnn now from his moms a basement he uh he i the easa he's a blogger for a gentleman's quarterly magazine which you probably did know even exist that anymore keith all german says ice his nabbed in jail than undocumented american from ireland after eighteen years here this is madness the boston globe reported the john cunningham is not safe no one is safe i'm safe are you safes they've pretty safe now so would you like to know how the rest of the story of my john cunningham you're going to read in the boston globe you know read my newspaper the herald the boston herald ira stopped me if you've heard this would before i wish illegal immigrant had prior legal trouble an illegal alien having a runin with the law can't be true can't be true so now we find out that this guy john cunningham.

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