Five takeaways from the fiery DeSantis-Newsom debate. Israeli-Hamas War: The truce in Gaza expires and combat has resumed. What do day laborers do? Dangerous, gross, and sometimes illegal jobs.
Amy King and Wayne Resnick join Bill for Handel on the News. Israel says it has resumed combat operations as truce with Hamas expires. Fox News debate with DeSantis puts Newsom on the defensive. An appeals court reinstates gag order that barred Trump from maligning court staff in NY fraud trial. House blocks Iran's access to $6BIL from prisoner swap. Dow jumps 500pts to new 2023 high on Thursday, capping 8% November rally. Kim's sister ejects US offer of dialogue with North Korea and vows more satellite launches.
Facts & Spins for November 30, 2023 Top Stories: The CIA warns its personnel after a staffer makes a pro-Palestine social media post, Israel and Hamas are considering a broader hostage and ceasefire deal, Argentina's Milei looks for an IMF reset after meeting with US officials, Iran says it's finalized a deal to buy Russian fighter jets, the UK and Greece have a diplomatic squabble over cultural artifacts, Joe Biden and Barack Obama reportedly have a rift in ideology over Israel, an EU court says public employees can be banned from wearing headscarves, Hunter Biden says he will testify before the GOP-led House, but only in public, Hawaii's Attorney General subpoenas three Maui agencies over the deadly wildfires and the CDC says life expectancy rose in 2022 after two years of decline. Sources: https://www.verity.news/
Host of ‘How to Money' Sunday 12pm-2pm 8a on KFI Joel Larsgaard joins Bill to talk about Cyber Monday total and saving around the Holidays. Why is Diet Coke so expensive? The cost of a can has gone up almost 65% in the last couple years.
Amy King and Wayne Resnick join Bill for Handel on the News. Henry Kissinger Dies: Diplomat whop long held the global stage was both celebrated and reviled. Israel-Hamas War: Gaza truce extended by a day. Newsom announces plan to crack down on deadly street drug known as ‘tranq.' Elon Musk apologizes for antisemitic tweet but tells advertisers to ‘go f**k yourself.' Young Kansas City Chiefs fan is accused of racist blackface by reporter even though other half of child's face was painted RED to match team's colors.
Amy King joins Bill for Handel on the News. Israel, Hamas seek new deal to extend Gaza truce on final day. Murdered deputy's parents plan to sue LA County for wrongful death. Rosalynn Carter funeral: Jimmy Carter, Joe Biden, Melania Trump attend memorial service at Glann Memorial Church in Atlanta. LA Live Shooting: Man killed in shooting at Fixins Soul Kitchen restaurant in downtown. Google apologizes for sending drivers on off-road detours between L.A. and Las Vegas. Heroic teen girl, 14, saves runaway bus full of students from crashing into gas station.
Amy King hosts your Día de Muertos Wake Up Call. ABC News White House Correspondent Karen Travers speaks on how bad things are in Washington and Mother Nature just took down the Christmas tree. KFI Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro joins Wake Up Call Show for ‘Wired Wednesday'! Rich talks about the police warning about a new iPhone feature that could compromise your privacy, Apple reportedly ending business with Goldman Sachs, and IKEA selling smart home sensors starting at $10. On a new edition of ‘Amy's on It' she features ‘Lessons of Chemistry' streaming now on Apple+. ABC News Journalist Sam Sweeney wraps the show discussing... you want fries with that flight?
Strap in folks! As we traverse the thrilling landscape of technology, we promise you a wild ride with engaging discussions, a sprinkling of humor, and a dash of whiskey tasting. With our trusty crew- Nathan, Mike, and Marc, we'll dive into the nitty-gritty of Google's impending account deletion policy, explore the increasing function of AI in identifying things as quirky as individual geese, and reveal our tech fail of the week.Picture this - a world where YouTube punishes you for ad-blocking and your city employs tech to combat illegal racing - sounds futuristic, right? Well, it's happening now. Fear not, we're not alone. Joining us is Phil Hennessy, our special guest, who is fearless in the dark side of AI and its rising prominence in the murky corners of the cyber world. We've also got the lowdown on the competing chat AI bots, Dark Bert and Fraud GPT. As we journey towards the end we believe in ending things on a high note, we'll be sampling a rare, 100% malted rye whiskey, sharing thoughts on tech fails, and discussing the recent lawsuit that rocked NVIDIA. So, what are you waiting for? Buckle up, hit that subscribe button, and join us on this adrenaline-pumping tech ride.Episode 181: Starts at 1:47This week on TechTime with Nathan Mumm®, the show is about the Alphabet - The Alphabet Company known as Google. First, Google is deleting unused accounts this week and punishing those using ad-blockers. We have all the details on how this will affect you. Then, would you spend 1 million dollars to target illegal street racing? What is YouTube Playables, and why is this echoing Netflix and TikTok's ventures? Our monthly segment is back, "Chat about Chat," with Phil Hennessy. Tune in to hear what he has to say. Oops, an Nvidia employee needed to close files on his PC before sharing the screen on a video conference call, and now he is in hot water. We'll tell you about the legal consequences. Thank you for tuning in to Techtime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hmmm" Technology news of the week for November 26th – December 2nd, 2023--- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 4:03--- [Top Stories in Technology]: Starts at 6:00Google is deleting unused accounts this week - https://tinyurl.com/4jwvhd32YouTube Adds 5-Second Delay to Punish Ad Blockers in All Browsers - https://tinyurl.com/yrv7f76v New technology targeting illegal street racing may be on the way to Arizona. - https://tinyurl.com/54ru5d7hYouTube Rolls Out New Games for Premium Users - https://tinyurl.com/55ypcu7a --- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Reveal]: Starts at 23:20New Riff Malted Rye | 100 Proof | $60 MSRP--- [Chat about Chat with Phil Hennessy]: Starts at 25:45Today, we will talk to Phil in our “Chat about Chat” segment about the Darkweb and AI along with what FraudGPT is. --- [This Week in Technology]: Starts at 37:44November 28, 1948 - Polaroid Instant Camera Goes on Sale --- [Marc's Whiskey Mumble]: Starts at 42:00Marc Gregoire's review of this week's whiskey--- [Technology Fail of the Week]: Starts at 47:48This week's “Technology Fail” comes to us from Nvidia staffer--- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 50:27Question: If during a presentation something is shown that should not be - should you be fired? --- [Pick of the Day Whiskey Review]: Starts at 54:36New Riff Malted Rye | 100 Proof | $60 MSRPMike: Thumbs DownNathan: Thumbs Up
Facts & Spins for November 29, 2023 Top Stories: The billionaire-backed Koch network endorses Nikki Haley for president, two missiles are fired toward a US Navy ship from Yemen, three Chinese Navy ships arrive in Myanmar for joint drills, Russia intensifies its assault on the Donetsk city of Avdiivka, the UN warns that the global response to AIDS is 'under threat' due to stigmas, Idaho asks SCOTUS to allow its near-total abortion ban, Portland's first-ever teachers' strike comes to an end, Mozambique authorizes an $80B energy transition plan, New Zealand scraps its world-leading ‘generational' smoking ban, and an outbreak of bird flu in Argentina kills hundreds of flamingos. Sources: https://www.verity.news/
Hamas accused of breaching the terms of a truce with Israel in a hostage release, police in Australia look for an immigration detainee who refused to wear a tracking device and in sport, and Australia's Patrick Kisnorbo sacked by Troyes in France. Listen to the weekly update about the top news stories in Australia in Nepali language. - युद्ध बिरामको सर्तहरू पुरा नगरेको हासमाथि आरोप लागेको छ । हमासबाट बन्धक मुक्त बन्न पुगेका केही परिवारले बालबालिका र तिनका परिवारलाई एकै पटक छाड्ने सर्त भए पनि बालबालिकालाई मात्रै छाडिएको र केही अभिभावक अझै पनि हमासको नियन्त्रणमा रहेको आरोप लगाएका हुन्। यता अस्ट्रेलियामा चाहिँ अध्यागमन हिरासतमा रहेका तर बाहिर जाँदा 'ट्रयाकिङ डिभाइस' लगाउन नमानेका एक व्यक्ति हराएपछि प्रहरीले खोजी कार्य जारी राखेको छ।अस्ट्रेलियाका महिला कामदारले आफ्ना पुरुष सहकर्मी भन्दा अझै पनि निकै कम तलब सुविधा पाइरहेको वर्कप्लेस जेन्डर इक्वलिटी एजेन्सीको वार्षिक रिर्पोटले देखाएको छ। सन् २०२२ मा महिला र पुरुषको कमाइका बिचमा २२.८ प्रतिशतको फरक रहेको भए तापनि यो भिन्नता केही घटेर २१.७ प्रतिशत पुगेको रिर्पोटले जनाएको छ। खेल समाचारमा भने अस्ट्रेलियन मूलका म्यानेजरलाई फ्रान्सेली क्लबले हटाएको छ। गएको एक हप्ता यता अस्ट्रेलियाका प्रमुख घटनाहरू बारे एसबीएस नेपालीबाट समाचार सुन्नुहोस्।
Amy King hosts your ‘Giving Tuesday' Wake Up Call LIVE from the Anaheim White House Restaurant for the 13th annual KFI PastaThon to help raise money and take pasta & sauce donations for Caterina's Club. Amy speaks with Chef Bruno about the annual KFI PastaThon and the impact your donations make. To date, they have provided over 9 million meals, helped get 265 families back into stable homes, and graduated over 800 teens from their Hospitality Academy. Host of ‘How to Money' Joel Larsgaard joins Wake Up Call to talk about giving to charities: vetting ones that are legit, tax deduction qualifications, and why there is good news from the IRS. Amy goes ‘In the Kitchen' with Chef Chris Lewis at the KFI PastaThon LIVE from The White House in Anaheim. The show closes with KFI News Correspondent Kris Adler featuring Chef Bruno's Home Program.
Top stories for 29 November 2023 The Council of Trade Unions says landlords will get an extra billion dollars in tax cuts thanks to National and ACT's coalition agreement We talk to the former chair of Te Whata Ora, Rob Campbell, about New Zealand On Air board member Andrew Shaw's resignation after he publicly criticised Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters The Reserve Bank is expected to hold the official cash rate steady at 5-point-5 percent in its OCR announcement today.
This is Dice Tower Now for the week of November 28, 2023. This week, Ravensburger gets a Disney Denial of Service, John Clair is a Mistborn, there's a very special holiday murder, and Love Letter gets historical accuracy from Netflix. TOP STORIES (2:10) Hasbro Announces winners of Women Innovators of Play Challenge Ravensburger hit with DDoS for Rise of the Floodborn launch Sanderson's Mistborn books turning into a deckbuilding game from Brotherwise Games Sonic Roll coming from publisher Kess Final Girl holiday expansion with Krampus Algae Inc from Game Brewer Bridgerton Love Letter version announced Bark Avenue by Good Games Publishing CROWDFUNDING (14:20) DCeased Kelp Ahoy: New Horizons Food Chain Magnate Special Edition Firefighters on Duty Wasabi: A Game of Raw Skill SPONSOR UPDATE (26:10) PAX Unplugged THE HOTNESS (27:35) Voidfall Dune: Imperium Dune: Imperium - Uprising Heat: Pedal to the Metal Ark Nova The White Castle Apiary Nemesis: Retaliation Food Chain Magnate Last Light CONNECT: Follow our Twitter newsfeed: twitter.com/dicetowernow Dig in with Corey at DiceTowerDish.com.
The controversial phrase “From the River to the Sea,” explained. Millennials say they need to earn half a million dollars a year to be happy. nearly 4x as much as any other generation. ‘Do The Have a Case' with Wayne Resnick.
Amy King and Wayne Resnick join Bill for Handel on the News. Israel-Hamas War: ceasefire enters final 24 hours as Netanyahu under pressure to extend deal. Suspect arrested in shooting of 3 Palestinian college students in Vermont, police say. Naked man arrested on iconic Disneyland ride. Black Friday shoppers spent a record $9.8BIL in U.S. online sales, up 7.5% from last year. George Santos says he'll treat expulsion as a ‘badge of honor' as he claims his colleagues are drunkenly having sex with lobbyists ‘every night.' DeSantis vs Newson: The Great Red vs Blue State Debate, hosted by FOX News' Sean Hannity will take place Thursday in Alpharetta, Georgia.
Top stories for 27 November 2023 This morning National Party leader Christopher Luxon will be sworn in as New Zealand's 42nd Prime Minister. The coalition government has a big agenda much of it scrapping policies bought in by the last Labour government. Foxton is on high alert for today's tangi for Head Hunter gang leader William "Bird" Hines
Wayne Resnick hosts Handel on the News alongside Heather Brooker filling in for Amy King. Israel-Hamas War: Gaza hostage release deal, 4-day truce. Amazon hit by strikes, protests across Europe during Black Friday trade. FBI closes Rainbow Bridge car explosion investigation. Voters see American dream slipping out of reach, WSJ/NORC poll shows. Daryl Hall restraining order against John Oates.
We're cracking open the Pandora's box of AI and tech, exploring the stormy departure of Sam Altman from OpenAI and his potential move to Microsoft. Our guest, Robert Plotkin, co-founder of Blue ShiftIP, casts a new light on the fears around AI replacing authors, artists, and inventors. Rather than replace, he argues, AI will enhance skills and intensify competition. Feel the pressure rise as we venture into the need for individuals to adapt and upskill in a world increasingly dominated by AI.Disney, Comcast, and Apple are shaking up the social media landscape, leaving platform X due to anti-Semitic content. We're also dissecting Elon Musk's divisive tweets and shedding light on the satirical commentary of the latest South Park episode. Stick around as we switch gears to discuss the success of Nintendo's Wii and its impact on the gaming market.Last but not least, trust your palates to our resident whiskey aficionado, Marc, as he shares his experience with Elijah Craig's 18-year bourbon. Discover how this particular whiskey measures up in quality and whether its high price point merits a place in your liquor cabinet. So raise your glass, and welcome to TechTime Radio with your Host Nathan Mumm.Episode 180: Starts at 1:29This week on TechTime with Nathan Mumm®, the show is packed with exciting topics to keep you on the edge of your seat. We'll be discussing the Sam Altman Saga with a complete timeline and the impact this has on AI for the future, Elon Musk's X, and AI that can detect individual geese. We'll also explore why a company using AI hits our technology fail of the week. Then, Guest Robert Plotkin from BLueShiftIP, who recently authored an article for Inc. Magazine titled "Patent Law Isn't Ready for AI," will join the show to help us bust some AI misconceptions. We have a special "Myth Busters Thanksgiving Episode," So sit back, raise a glass, and welcome to a ThankFul TechTimeRadio. Tune into our live show on TechTimeRadio.com with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hmmm" Technology news of the week for November 19th – 25th, 2023 --- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 3:07--- [Top Stories in Technology]: Starts at 5:18A Deep dive into Sam Altman Saga as Microsoft might have just pulled the most significant coup in Technology. - https://tinyurl.com/mszev9rwDisney, Comcast and Apple join advertiser exodus from Elon Musk's X over antisemitism - https://tinyurl.com/bdfyx7pu--- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Reveal]: Starts at 26:36Elijah Craig 18 Year - Single Barrel | 90 Proof| $160 MSRP--- [Myth-Busters Thanksgiving Special]: Starts at 29:45Robert Plotkin, one of the co-founders of BlueShiftIP, He is going to be helping us with our Myth-Busters Thanksgiving Special--- [This Week in Technology]: Starts at 43:20November 19, 2006 Nintendo Releases Wii--- [Marc's Whiskey Mumble]: Starts at 45:32Marc Gregoire's review of this week's whiskey--- [Technology Fail of the Week]: Starts at 49:40This week's “Technology Fail” comes to us from UnitedHealth as it uses an AI model with 90% error rate to deny care.--- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 52:07Question: Does peer pressure cause us to by phones? --- [Pick of the Day Whiskey Review]: Starts at 54:46Elijah Craig 18 Year - Single Barrel | 90 Proof| $160 MSRPMike: Thumbs UpNathan: Thumbs Up
It's Ramere, Friday November the 24th Today on RNZ National... The wait is finally over - the incoming Government will today announce its full cabinet and ministerial portfolios It's down to the last day of campaigning in the Port Waikato by-election The Justice Ministry has hired a private contractor on two thousand dollars a day to help fix New Zealand's rundown courts Hope grows for the families of missing Israelis and Palestinians, with a release deal set to begin tonight Shoppers are warned to be on alert for fake sales while looking to nab a Black Friday bargain
Welcome to the audio digest of this week's issue of The Alabama Baptist and The Baptist Paper. Each episode features news headlines and feature stories read by TAB Media Group staff and volunteers. New episodes are released weekly on Wednesday mornings. Articles of Interest: Herb Thomas honored with Fred Wolfe Lifetime Pastoral Ministry Award (8:30) Virtual world provides gateway for IMB missionaries to share faith (13:12) Animal control business opens doors for Canada church planters and Mississippi Baptists (16:45) Visit TAB Media HERE Subscribe on iTunes HERE Visit Reliable Signs HERE
This is Dice Tower Now for the week of November 21, 2023. This week, there's trouble in forbidden universities, Martin Wallace is truly powered by steam, theOP proves those lawn gnomes are hollow, and the trick is sumo. TOP STORIES (2:00) University Games and Forbidden Games sue each other for breach of contract Hex & Co to become first Unionized Board Game Cafe Steam Power by Martin Wallace Azul World Tournament by Plan B and Board Game Arena Sumo Trick Taking Game Bricolage Heads from Ramble Odd Potato Mavka: Between Two Worlds by Ukrainian publisher Rozum Lockdown coming to retail from Asmodee Gnome Hollow being brought to retail by The OP The Crew gets a Swiss Family Robinson re-theme Puppy Pile from Thing12 Games CROWDFUNDING (18:40) Perseverance Chapter 3&4 Calimala 2nd Edition Saw: The Jigsaw Trials Wild Duo Gates of Niflheim SPONSOR UPDATE (27:40) Nestlings THE HOTNESS (30:15) Food Chain Magnate Nucleum Dune: Imperium Heat: Pedal to the Metal Dune: Imperium – Uprising Ark Nova Apiary 20 Strong The White Castle Food Chain Magnate: Special Edition CONNECT: Follow our Twitter newsfeed: twitter.com/dicetowernow Dig in with Corey at DiceTowerDish.com.
Wayne Resnick hosts Handel on the News alongside Amy King. Israel, Hama agree to four-day truce, 50 hostages go free. California's DOJ investigating after trooper opens fire, kills pedestrian on interstate 105. U.S. forces respond after attack at Iraq base, officials say. Sam Altman returns to OpenAI in a bizarre reversal of fortunes. Prosecutor alleges Gascon delayed disclosure of probe results to hamper Villanueva reelection. Coast Guard intercepts ‘suspicious vessel' near Malibu, detains 23 undocumented immigrants.
It's Rapare, Thursday November the 23rd Today on RNZ National... National leader Christopher Luxon returned to Wellington last night, raising hopes a coalition deal will be announced soon. In Gaza, guns and missiles are still firing ahead of tonight's agreed pause in fighting Gun-related threats against state highway roadworkers have more than doubled this year. Auckland Transport wants shopping centres to proactively manage Black Friday and Christmas traffic And Opua residents in the Bay of Islands are mourning the loss of a much-loved community member - a 600-year-old pohutakawa tree.
A man charged with raping a woman in a nursing home, the latest COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in Australia and the iconic Australian Akubra hat-maker is changing ownership for the first time in almost 150 years. listen to the Weekly Update about the top news stories in Australia in Nepali language. - न्यु साउथ वेल्सको सेन्ट्रल कोस्टमा रहेको वृद्ध स्याहार केन्द्रमा एक वृद्ध महिला माथि बलात्कार गरेको आरोपमा एक पुरुष माथि मुद्दा चलाइएको छ। ब्याट व बेमा रहेको एक नर्सिङ्ग होममा नोभेम्बर १५ का दिन जबरजस्ती घुसेका उक्त पुरुषले महिला माथि आक्रमण गरेका थिए। अस्ट्रेलियामा कोभिड-१९ को नयाँ खोपले अनुमति पाएको छ भने अमेरिकाको एक पुस्तकालयबाट पढ्न भनेर लागिएको पुस्तक करिव एक सय बर्स पछि फिर्ता भएको छ। गएको एक हप्ता यता अस्ट्रेलियाका प्रमुख घटनाहरू बारे नेपाली भाषामा समाचार।
Top stories for November 22 2023: Ministerial roles take centre stage in coalition talks, but who will be Deputy PM? Negotiations for the release of some of the hostages in Gaza are underway, and could be announced today. A Cabinet paper shows the Education Ministry underestimated the cost of giving pay rises to early childhood teachers by a quarter of a billion dollars. Air New Zealand has to clear a huge backlog of cancelled flights in and out of Wellington after low cloud yesterday.
Amy King hosts your Tuesday Wake Up Call. ABC News Tech Reporter Mike Dobuski speaks on the open revolt at OpenAI. Host of ‘How to Money' Joel Larsgaard joins Amy to talk about Black Friday DEALS, cell phone bills, and the top deal tracking sites. ABC News Journalist Ines De La Cuetara joins the show to discuss Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in Kyiv announcing $100MIL aid package. The show wraps with Thanksgiving on the Go, tips and tricks if you don't have the time or energy to cook a full Thanksgiving meal.
Amy King and Wayne Resnick join Bill for Handel on the News. Hostage deal announcement between Israel and Hamas could come as soon as Tuesday. Gas prices could hit lowest Thanksgiving level in years. US announces new Ukraine package as Pentagon chief visits Kyiv. 505 OpenAI employees threaten to quit after Altman fired and his successor was replaced. Founder and CEO of GM's self-driving car unit resigns in wake of safety problems. Tesla shareholders calls on board to suspend Elon Musk for agreeing with antisemitic post.
Are we on the home straight? Coalition talks take a positive turn but there's more to do specifically ministerial jobs. Hopes continue to grow a deal to release Israeli hostages taken by Hamas on October 7 is coming soon. A former nurse tells us why she wouldn't return to the job. Newly-minted National MP Cameron Brewer has apologised for celebrating the return of "stale, pale males" in his election night victory speech
Stockholm city council has drawn up plans to ban diesel and gas cars from its downtown commercial area. The aim is to reduce pollution, but some opposition politicians think the strategy will make life difficult for residents. The Swedish capital plans to introduce a new ban on gasoline and diesel cars from the downtown commercial area in 2025. The measure will cover a 20-block section of the city, already adorned with parks, extensive bike lanes, and spacious sidewalks. This area comprises various shops, pedestrian walkways, and some residential buildings. The aim is to combat pollution, decrease noise, and promote the use of electric vehicles. The idea is to create an “environmental zone” where only electric vehicles will be allowed. There will be some exceptions, such as for emergency vehicles and transportation for the disabled. Many European capitals have restrictions on gasoline and diesel cars, but Lars Strömgren, the city council member in charge of the Swedish capital's transportation, says Stockholm's complete ban would be a first. Some aren't convinced things will go smoothly. Nike Örbrink, from the opposition Christian Democrats, is concerned the plan will hurt businesses and the hotel industry. “I'm really in favor of Stockholm and other capitals taking the lead role in transitioning to more green cities, meanwhile these specific policies do not lead to any positive effects. It only harms local businesses, takes police resources to enforce the ban, and also makes it more difficult for people living in the city and outside of the city that does not have or can't afford changing vehicle,” she says. Some local residents welcome the plan. Others don't think it goes far enough. But for Kerstin Åkerstedt, who lives in the neighborhood, any move toward a greener environment is a win. “I think it's a good idea because we are living in the neighborhood and we think the area is a bit polluted even though the traffic is not so bad in this center. But still, I think it's a good idea because we need to care about the climate for the future generation,” she says. This article was provided by The Associated Press.
Top stories for 20 November 2023 National is accusing caretaker Prime Minister Chris Hipkins of playing politics over Gaza An announcement on a deal to form the next government is inching ever-closer, but it's not there just yet Doctors in Auckland are warning people could get seriously hurt or killed if security isn't improved at the city's hospitals
NewsRadio WFLA Anchor Chris Trenkmann runs through today's top stories, including a House Ethics Committee report alleging "uncharged and unlawful conduct" by George Santos, the Supreme Court blocking the Florida law that targeting drag shows, and a 14-year-old arrested in connection with the deadly Ybor City mass shooting.
NewsRadio WFLA Anchor Chris Trenkmann runs through today's top stories, a recap of the meeting between President Biden and Chinese President Xi Xinping, a new GOP presidential race poll out of New Hampshire, approval of school zone speeding cameras in Hillsborough County, and lots more!
Rising oil prices have animated market participant's fears of reinvigorated inflation pressures, increasing the chances that the Federal Reserve will impose more interest rate hikes. Join Casey Dylan, CIMA®, Investment Communications Strategist (Consultant), and Tom Romano our Head of Strategic Relationships & Product Development, for a detailed recap of some notable market events from Q3 of this year. If you have any questions or would like more information, reach out to us at https://symmetrypartners.com/contact-us/ You can also find us on LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram. As always, we remain invested in your goals. Symmetry Partners, LLC, is an investment advisory firm registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The firm only transacts business in states where it is properly registered, excluded or exempted from registration requirements. Registration of an investment adviser does not imply any specific level of skill or training and does not constitute an endorsement of the firm by the Commission. No one should assume that future performance of any specific investment, investment strategy, product or non-investment related content made reference to directly or indirectly in this material will be profitable. As with any investment strategy, there is the possibility of profitability as well as loss. Due to various factors, including changing market conditions and/or applicable laws, the content may not be reflective of current opinions or positions. Please note the material is provided for educational and background use only. Moreover, you should not assume that any discussion or information contained in this material serves as the receipt of, or as a substitute for, personalized investment advice.
Facts & Spins for November 16, 2023 Top Stories: A Ukrainian lawmaker is arrested on suspicion of Russian-linked terrorism, Israeli forces enter Gaza's largest hospital, Donald Trump's legal team demands a mistrial in the New York civil fraud case, the World Food Program says 25% of Sudan's population faces climate-exacerbated hunger, North Korea reportedly tests a new engine for its intermediate ballistic missiles, the US House passes a stopgap bill to avoid a government shutdown, Biden announces 5 federal judicial nominees, including the first Muslim appellate court judge, Nikki Haley softens controversial comments about social media verification, Mexico's first nonbinary magistrate is found dead and the UK inks a major trade pact with Florida. Sources: https://www.verity.news/
Top stories for November 17 2023: As the waiting continues, pressure is mounting on National , New Zealand First, and ACT to form a government. Israeli military special forces are continuing to search Gaza's biggest hospital, witnesses talk about hearing gunshots. An RNZ investigation has uncovered another house where large numbers of migrants are living, some even sleeping on dirt floors under the dwelling. Investigations are continuing after a man was shot dead by police in Wainuiomata yesterday. Australia is through to the Cricket World Cup final against India.
Amy King hosts your Thursday Wake Up Call. ABC News Correspondent Jordana Miller reports live from Jerusalem to talk about the progress being made towards a hostage deal. ABC News White House Correspondent Karen Travers comes on the show to discuss the biggest takeaways from President Biden's and President Xi Jining's meeting. We go ‘Out and About' to South Coast Botanic Gardens with Amy King who highlights their new Trolls Save the Hoomans Exhibit. The show wraps with ABC News Tech Reporter Mike Dobuski talking about the new AI wearable pin and what it's used for.
Amy King and Wayne Resnick join Bill for Handel on the News. Israel and Hamas appear to be near hostage deal, officials say. Xi Jingping is still a dictator, Biden says after meeting with Chinese leader. LA officials making public transportation easier in wake of 10 freeway closure. LAPD investigating why day laborers' report of bags full of body parts were ignored. New Hampshire sets Jan 23 primary, putting Dems out of compliance. Mullin defends fight with O'Brien, talks punching and coffee.
Ever thought about how eerily precise AI can mimic human physical appearance and voice? Welcome to an episode that dissects this disturbing development and offers insights into what it means for privacy and authenticity. We will also put the spotlight on the ethical questions posed by the use of AI in music, as we talk about the Beatles' AI-assisted song "Now and Then". Our special guest, Gwen Way, joins us in our gadgets and gear segment, introducing us to the latest trend in tech gadgetry - the Brio Box, a quarterly surprise box that promises a minimum value of $300 per box. We will also delve into the issues with Apple's fulfillment centers and the vulnerability of scams in this holiday season.Then take a fascinating detour into the world of audiobooks and find out why Spotify is pulling out all the stops to lead this sector. We then provide help for those picking a new sound system for your TV this holiday season. So, buckle up for an hour of illuminating technology discussions, served with a side of whiskey mumbling and plenty of fun.Episode 179: Starts at 1:28This week on TechTime with Nathan Mumm® AI is top and center. We will continue our discussion from last week with Phil. This week, we will discuss how Artificial Intelligence has become so advanced that it can now mimic people's physical looks with great accuracy. This has led to some problems, which we will discuss in detail. In other news, the Beatles' 'last' song, 'Now And Then,' was recently finished using AI technology. The song features all four band members and is a genuine Beatles recording. It's quite emotional, and Paul McCartney has described it as "like John was there."Tune into our live show on TechTimeRadio.com with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hmmm" Technology news of the week for November 12th – 18th, 202--- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 2:52--- [Top Stories in Technology]: Starts at 4:23New tools could make it easier for the public to detect deepfakes and more difficult for AI systems to create them. - https://tinyurl.com/2t79a2yaProducers used AI to finish The Beatles' 'last' song, 'Now And Then' - https://tinyurl.com/ydwcj49f Audiobooks are a hot asset and Spotify is making a run at becoming the leader - https://tinyurl.com/ycx354zk --- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Reveal]: Starts at 23:23John J. Bowman - Single Barrel | 100 Proof| $55 MSRP--- [Gadgets and Gear with Gwen Way]: Starts at 25:27We review the BREOBOX - https://www.breobox.com/--- [This Week in Technology]: Starts at 36:19November 12, 2000 - Microsoft Declares Tablets Are the Future --- [Marc's Whiskey Mumble]: Starts at 39:35Marc Gregoire's review of this week's whiskey--- [Technology Fail of the Week]: Starts at 44:07 This week's “Technology Fail” comes to us from APPLE.--- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 48:11Question: Holiday Scams are all around us, speaking of scams is there a scam that you were close to being victimized by? --- [Nathan Nugget]: Starts at 52:32ARC'ed Out - We explore soundbar Technology for your Holiday Shopping--- [Pick of the Day Whiskey Review]: Starts at 54:43John J. Bowman - Single Barrel | 100 Proof| $55 MSRPMike: Thumbs UpNathan: Thumbs Up
Top stories for 16 November 2023 More than a hundred Israeli soldiers are searching Gaza's Al-Shifa hospital... building by building. US President Joe Biden is set to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the APEC Summit in San Francisco NZ falls short in its huge run chase in the Cricket World Cup semi final against India.
Israeli-Hamas War has created an emotionally charged environment on UC campuses. What are the boundaries of free speech? Gen Z could wave goodbye to resumes. Companies have mostly turned to skill-based recruitment, and it's more effective research has shown. Host of ‘Home with Dean Sharp' joins the Bill Handel Show to talk about GETTING AHEAD OF THE HOLIDAYS!
Amy King hosts your Día de Muertos Wake Up Call. ABC News White House Correspondent Karen Travers talks about Biden's upcoming meeting with China Preesident Xi Jinping. KFI Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro joins Wake Up Call Show for ‘Wired Wednesday'! Rich talks about Apple's 1 year anniversary of Emergency SOS over satellite, phone startup “Nothing” is bringing iMessage to android, and Amazon's NEWEST Dash Cart. On a new edition of ‘Amy's on It' she features Loki and all the things you can't see. ABC News National Correspondent Steven Portnoy closes the show talking about bad blood in the Senate.
Under the 10 Freeway: Immigrant businesses scraped by while landlord dodged CALTRANS. The Supreme Court's new Code of Ethics is a nod to the public pressure the court is facing, but nothings really changing. Israeli troops and tanks have begun “a precise and targeted operation against Hamas in a specified area in the Shifa Hospital.” Walmart, Costco, and other companies are rethinking self-checkout.
Fred Roggin guests hosts the first part oh The Bill Handel Show. A new law requires K-12 schools to add media literacy to their curriculum. How to spot fake news. Cal State East Bay offers cannabis online training certification programs. Registration still open. L.A is experiencing another stoppage on the 10 freeway AGAIN! The 1994 earthquake broke the 10 freeway. How L.A rebuilt in record time. The life expectancy gap between men and women widened significantly during the COVID pandemic in the United States.
Top Stories - 38% of Washington State Ferries out of service, Tacoma renters rights bill poised to pass, Seahawks score a victory over the Commanders.//Guest: Dave Wyman from Seattle Sports on the Seahawks.//Woman arrested for stealing cash and presents by crashing weddings.
This is Dice Tower Now for the week of November 14, 2023. This week, there's an Elf Creek on the Shelf Creek, Kratos says “CMoN”, Beadle and Grimm goes chaotic, and Renegade hits the books. TOP STORIES (2:40) Tabletop Board Game Designer's Association formed God of War board game coming from CMoN Matthew Lillard's Beadle & Grim to release Ring of Chaos Penny Dreadfuls of Victorian London: Sensational Tales of Terror coming from Giochi Elf Creek Games publishing new version of Santa's Workshop City of the Living from Trick or Treat Studios Ex Libris Revised Edition plus expansion from Renegade Games Fortify from Zenwood Games West Story: A Town Building Game by designer Piotr Dachtera Flying Gang by designer Dirk Blech CROWDFUNDING (16:20) The Gilded Realms The Morrison Game Factory Dragons Down Dracula's Curse Charcuterie The Old King's Crown SPONSOR UPDATE (26:55) Tranquility THE HOTNESS (29:15) Ticket to Ride Legacy: Legends of the West Heat: Pedal to the Metal Calimala Apiary Ark Nova Dune: Imperium – Uprising The White Castle Voidfall 20 Strong Nucleum CONNECT: Follow our Twitter newsfeed: twitter.com/dicetowernow Dig in with Corey at DiceTowerDish.com.