The Washington Post's personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary is sharing how to take control of your money in 2022. Plus, four-time Super Bowl winner Joe Montana is sharing the untold stories from his career. Plus, Women's Health Editor-In-Chief Liz Plosser is sharing the top products to help you achieve your 2022 fitness goals.
Remembering Betty White — we're looking back at her remarkable life and career. Plus, Hoda Kotb chats with Kenan Thompson about season two of NBC's “Kenan.” Also, Stephanie Ruhle is sharing the three moves you need to make to get your holiday debt under control. And, Baked By Melissa's Melissa Ben-Ishay is sharing her recipe for the viral TikTok green goddess salad.
Nearly 15,000 flights have been canceled or delayed in the last 24 hours due to Covid and winter storms. Plus, kids across the country are returning to school today amid Covid surge — some school districts are temporarily switching to remote learning while others are holding in-person classes. Also, Tampa Bay Buccaneers' wide receiver Antonio Brown is "no longer a Buc" after mid-game outburst — new reaction from the team, Brown and teammate Tom Brady. And, new twists tied to sexual assault allegations against Prince Andrew — this, as a court hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.
Ghislaine Maxwell has been found guilty of all but one charge in the sex trafficking trial. Plus, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio joins us to talk about what to expect in Times Square on New Year's Eve as coronavirus cases continue surging. Also, an officer was forced to shoot and kill a tiger at the Naples Zoo after it attacked a maintenance worker. And, we're looking ahead to the upcoming year in space exploration and tourism.
The CDC has reduced the isolation period for asymptomatic people who test positive for Covid-19 from 10 days to five. Plus breaking news overnight — a shooting spree in Colorado has left four people dead and injured at least three others. Also, what's next for stranded travelers after more flight cancellations and as airlines deal with the Omicron variant? And a TODAY exclusive — the first interview with the man behind the viral Tom Cruise deep fake videos.
As omicron surges and we wait to see the impact of holiday travel on COVID-19 case numbers, MDH infectious disease director Kris Ehresmann joined host Cathy Wurzer with the latest on the pandemic in Minnesota. Theme music by Gary Meister.
Angela Rasmussen, research scientist at the vaccine and infectious disease organization (VIDO) at the university of Saskatchewan and affiliate at the Georgetown Global Health Science & Security, joins to discuss the latest in COVID-19 news headlines, plus your calls.
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. The survivors of the Donner Party have led a strange, sad and influential lives. And Gen Z 'QuitTok'ers' are fine with shaming their employers during this Great Resignation we're experiencing. KFI News Director Chris Little sits in for Jennifer Jones Lee and joins Wayne for the Late Edition of Wayne on the News. The duo discuss news topics that include: Airlines are cancelling more flights amid this COVID-fueled holiday travel nightmare, a woman caught on video slapping a passenger in a Delta flight tirade has been arrested and charged, and Ethiopian Airlines is set to resume using the Boeing 737 Max planes in February.
Monday, December 27, 2021: Today on the 4&3 Podcast, Faithwire's Dan Andros breaks down today's top stories along with Tré Goins-Phillips.Holiday Travel Disaster as THOUSANDS of Flights CancelledArmy Vet Pays Off Incredible Number of People's Overdue Energy BillsBible Survives Insane House FirePastor Forgives Man Who Destroyed Priceless Stained Glass Church Windows
Thousands of flights have been delayed or canceled after Christmas — what you need to know if you're trying to get home. Plus, Brown University's Dr. Ashish Jha on the growing concern about the Omicron variant as cases soar during the holiday weekend. And, remembering anti-apartheid leader Desmond Tutu who died Sunday at the age of 90.
Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants, said Delta's request to roll back quarantine measures was the “wrong move.” The CDC advises isolation for 10 days after a positive test but Delta wants that cut in half. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on a rough year for restaurants, which are dealing with staffing shortages and now the omicron variant. CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the number of Americans who are leaving the church, and what religious leaders are doing to try and draw people back to the fold. Stanford Professor Laura Carstensen discusses the future of work, where people will almost certainly work longer than we do today. NBC's Keir Simmons reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin has demanded immediate guarantees from the U.S. and NATO, even as he masses troops on the Ukraine border. CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports that former President Donald Trump has asked the Supreme Court to shield his records from the House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection. Plus, Civil rights attorney David Henderson discusses the guilty verdict in the manslaughter trial of Kim Potter. She'll be sentenced on February 18th.
In “TODAY's Holiday Handbook,” Vicky Nguyen has last-minute shopping strategies for gifts and entertaining. Plus, host of “Turner Classic Movies” Dave Karger has the top movie and TV picks for the holidays and early 2022. Also, chef Lidia Bastianich is sharing her spicy pork chops recipe you can make on a sheet pan.
Our anchors begin today's show looking at the S&P hovering within 1% of all-time highs, with tech outperforming all other sectors on the week. Next, Dan Niles, founder and senior portfolio manager of the Satori Fund, joins with his top tech picks of 2022, and our Julia Boorstin highlights why shares of JD.com are sinking today. Trivago CEO Axel Hefer also visits with insight into how the omicron variant is affecting holiday travel trends. Then, our anchors take a look at MKM's list of high-impact, low-probability predictions for the year ahead. Plus, actor and founder of Teremana Tequila and ZOA Energy Dwayne Johnson joins in an exclusive interview to discuss his latest blockbuster hit, his success in the spirits industry and much more. And later, it's the final day of Julia Boorstin's three-part deep dive into the metaverse.
The FDA has authorized Pfizer's coronavirus pill for high risk patients — Craig Melvin speaks with Dr. Ashish Jha about this pill and what you need to know for your holiday gatherings. Plus, what to expect if you are traveling today which is set to be the busiest day at airports and on the roads. Also, for the second year in a row the royal family has been forced to cancel a number of Christmas gatherings and events — Queen Elizabeth will be joined by Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, while Prince William and Kate Middleton stay home. And, will your packages make it for the holidays? We have your shipping and supply chain update.
The news to know for Thursday, December 23rd, 2021! What to know before you venture out of town for the holidays: it's one of the busiest travel days of the year. Also, a new treatment to help Covid-19 patients in the U.S. and some relief for people with student loans. Plus, new data shows the supply chain didn't impact holiday gifts as much as experts expected. Then, we'll share what was found inside a hidden time capsule from the 1800s and the most popular place on the internet in 2021. All that and more in around 10 minutes... Head to www.theNewsWorthy.com/shownotes for sources and to read more about any of the stories mentioned today. This episode is brought to you by Schwab.com/plan and Ritual.com/newsworthy Support the show and get ad-free episodes here: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider
The Food and Drug Administration granted emergency authorization today to Pfizer's Covid treatment pill, a major milestone that promises to revolutionize the fight against the virus. Despite omicron, airlines are expecting some of their busiest days of the Covid pandemic during the year-end holidays. Sara Nelson, president of the National Association of Flight Attendants, discusses how airlines are offering self-defense training to flight attendants due to a surge in unruly passengers. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on just how much fraud occurred as a result of government aid during the pandemic. CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Puck News' Matt Belloni discusses what to expect from the world of entertainment in 2022. NBC's Sahil Kapur reports on the committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol and its request for information from GOP Rep. Jim Jordan. Kapur also discusses President Biden's announcement today that he would extend the moratorium on student loan payments until May 1, 2022. Plus, NBC's Kerry Sanders reports on airlines' warnings that 5G could cause major disruptions for flights, saying it could cause issues with plane altimeters.
Kate Snow has an inside look at a “Christmas miracle” surgery out of the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Plus in “TODAY's Holiday Handbook,” TODAY contributor and “Toy Portfolio” co-founder Stephanie Oppenheim shares her list of last-minute toy ideas for kids, teens and the whole family.
Rosenberg, SGG, and Dip talk about their various travel woes before diving into COVID's impact on pro wrestling and the rest of the sports world, the recent character development of Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins, Omos's performance, Liv Morgan's struggles to deliver the right lines in the biggest moments, and much more. Stay maj and enjoy yourselves. P.S. Be on the lookout for bonus 'Cheap Heat' content this week. Hosts: Peter Rosenberg, Stat Guy Greg, Diperstein Producer: Troy Farkas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
December 21, 2021 ~ Bundled up under your coat and scarf, with a cup of hot mulled wine or cocoa for a hand warmer, you find yourself wondering down cobbled lanes lined with twinkle-lit chalets, each overflowing with handmade treats and treasures. By any standard, a Christmas village experience is magical, with destination choices that dot Europe from November through December. But which destinations top the list, and what are the attractions you should not miss while you're there? Start your tour here, as we speak with European holiday time expert Samantha Brown, the host of PBS' Emmy Award-winning “Places to Love With Samantha Brown.”
Bill Handel talks about how the Omicron variant broke COVID-19 testing. Do you plan to fly this holiday season? Handel offers some tips for reducing your risk of catching COVID. And Wayne Resnick joins Bill to talk about District Attorney George Gascon's new juvenile diversion program and how there are concerns that it goes too far.
The latest in the fight against the Omicron variant — Craig Melvin goes one-on-one with CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky. Plus with just three days to go until Christmas, holiday travel is in full swing and two aviation giants are warning about new 5G cell phone technology that could interfere with cockpit technology. Also, an inside look at the new DNA technology that could help solve the JonBenét Ramsey case 25 years later.
The pandemic continues to have the restaurant industry on edge, Amazon announces plans for growth in downtown Chicago and how a surge in Covid cases is impacting family holiday travel plans. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Johnny Jet, the “original travel influencer”, joined Bob Sirott to discuss the high travel numbers despite the Omicron variant spreading. Johnny also shares ways to get refundable airline tickets, a way to get a full water bottle through TSA and holiday travel gift ideas!
Today's episode is all about balancing health while traveling during the holidays and how to enjoy yourself without feeling like you're hurting your health progress.If you found this episode helpful, tag us on Instagram and tag Allen letting us know what you've learned or what other topics you'd like to hear about in the future!You can also catch the full video episode on YouTube.Host: Allen Cress | @allencress_ifbbpro____________________________________________________Use REVIVECAST for 15% off your next purchase.Visit Our Website: https://revivesups.com/Check out our newest product GlutamineHaven't tried Revive MD yet? Try out Starter Pack!Follow Us:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/revive_md/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReviveSupsYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbzl...
Bill Handel is joined by Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The trio discusses news topics that include: Holiday travel is ramping back up at LAX, approaching pre-pandemic levels, sporting events and shows are being canceled across the LA county due to a spike in COVID cases, and the Nation's top infectious disease expert says the Omicron variant is 'just raging around the world'.
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“The Points Guy's” Brian Kelly has tips on how to navigate travel during the holidays without breaking the bank. Plus, Steve Kornacki is breaking down Christmas by the numbers. Also, celebrity chef Donatella Arpaia stops by Studio 1A to share recipes for Sunday's Saints vs. Buccaneers game.
Howie Kurtz on pandemic fatigue picking up as Omicron variant starts to spreads, Sen. Joe Manchin remaining the focal point of the stalled infrastructure bill and defense attorneys in the Theranos trial wrapping up their closing arguments.
The CDC is recommending against the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine unless Pfizer and Moderna are not available — this, as officials warn that the Omicron variant could become the dominant strain in the U.S. Plus, with Christmas Eve just one week away, millions are expected to travel coast-to-coast. Also, “Sex and the City” actor, Chris Noth, has been accused of sexual assault by two women. And, Tiger Woods is returning to competitive golf this weekend after horrific accident.
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This week Kennedy shares her frustrations with people's lack of airport etiquette, as Americans head into one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. Kennedy explains why it's a baseless excuse to blame it on the alcohol if you're being a terror on a plane, along with some of her other commercial flight pet peeves. Later, Kennedy provides her list of simple rules for commercial flight travel. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation
The World Health Organization is warning that the Omicron variant is spreading at a fast rate — this, as cities and now schools are being forced to take drastic measures to slow the surge. Plus, inflation concerns are growing now in the middle of the holiday season — how that affects you. Also, the countdown to busy holiday travel — what you need to know. And, Al Roker is riding along with a UPS driver for a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like delivering packages this holiday season.
The holidays are almost here and with the jingle bells comes some travel from home to celebrate! We want you to be able to do just that and not stress and worry about baby's sleep. No matter where you are or what you are doing for the holidays, it can be a change in schedule and scenery for you and your family. This weeks episode will help you handle the holiday travel and keep sleep on track for your little ones! In this episode- How to prepare for travel- Tips for taking on travel days (with travel by both planes and cars)- Best practices for transitioning to new sleep environments- Must pack items for supporting sleep while traveling - How to keep a routine with holiday travel- Navigating naps over the holidays This episode is presented by our partner Ry & Pen - they wanted make the world a better place and decided that making great clothes for babies and children could help us do just that. Use code HAPPYSLEEP at checkout to receive 20% off at ryandpen.com and get great sleep started!Erin Junker | Paediatric Sleep ConsultantInstagram @thehappysleepcompanyWebsite www.thehappysleepcompany.com
To understand the new omicron variant, travel restrictions and how people can better prepare for the upcoming festive season, reporter Elana Gordon moderated a discussion with Stephen Kissler — who is a research fellow in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health — as part of The World's regular series of conversations about the pandemic.
In this episode, Tyler and Stephanie talk on the topic of travel but more specifically, travel during the holidays. What are some tips and tricks that can be administered while traveling that allow one to stay in alignment with their nutrition and fitness goals? Stephanie and Tyler go into more depth on this topic, in this episode.
We're reading the Christmas story with fresh eyes this year! Rebecca's curiosity has her asking all the questions about details left unexplained. Did you know that Mary and Joseph experienced some holiday travel? Each of us have our own stories about getting from A to Z on planes, trains and automobiles. Have you ever traveled … Episode 57: The Christmas Story; Holiday Travel Read More »