Do you ever feel really lonely at work? When I was working in New York in the early noughties, a book came out that stuck in my head. It was called Bowling Alone by the Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam. The book’s poignant title came from an observation about declining community connections: In the 1950s people used […]
The Colorado River Delta, Viewed from Above, Is One of the Most Life-Affirming, Awe-inspiring Sights I have Seen. “There is not a fragment in all nature, for every relative fragment of one thing is a full harmonious unit in itself.” — John Muir, A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf (1916) What is a human […]
Sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch – you know them as the five traditional senses. They are meant to protect us from danger. They help us find food and potentially even a mate. They create order in the happenings of the world around us, and if we are properly tuned in, they reveal some of […]
See source for video interview with Dr. Birx. President Joe Biden spoke recently on the television show 60 Minutes at the Detroit Autoshow. When asked if the pandemic is over, Mr. Biden replied, “The pandemic is over. We still have a problem with Covid[-19]. We are still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic […]
Dr. Doris Taylor is developing a groundbreaking way to engineer personalized hearts using a patient’s own stem cells. CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has more.
Evan Medeiros (Professor and Penner Chair in Asian Studies (China), Georgetown University) joins Hank on Straight Talk to discuss US-China relations and balancing the world powers’ intensifying competition with economic interdependence. He shares insights on the rapid decoupling between the West and Russia and potential impacts on the US-China relationship, expectations for China’s 20th Party […]
After Democrats’ surge in political momentum over the summer, signs indicate the midterm environment is tilting back in the GOP’s direction. Why it matters: Republicans aren’t likely to ride a historic red wave to power. But they’re well-positioned to comfortably win back the House, and are on surer footing than just weeks ago to net the […]
Welcome to Season 5 of Chasing Life, where we’ll explore the five traditional senses – sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell — and beyond. To kick off the season, Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to award winning science journalist Ed Yong about his new book “An Immense World, How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around […]
By Chip Bell “We’re on break!” the warehouse attendant barked in response to my repeated, “Excuse me?” I was at the pickup counter waiting for a lawn mower part. It was my third encounter with harsh apathy that morning. The first was the woman at the coffee shop who gave me a curt, “What’s good […]
(Fox News) – Newt Gingrich: Republicans are back on offense.
(Fox News) – Obesity, drug use, health problems, crime and academic issues jeopardize US military recruitment
Newt talks with Vivek Ramaswamy about his new book, Nation of Victims: Identity Politics, the Death of Merit, and the Path Back to Excellence. Hardship is now equated with victimhood. The pursuit of excellence and exceptionalism are at the heart of American identity, and the disappearance of these ideals in our country leaves a deep moral and […]
Former FDIC chair Sheila Bair provides insight on the Federal Reserve’s agenda on ‘Making Money.’
Behind the Frame of ‘Golden Bond’ I call this moment ‘Golden Bond.’ It’s about the connection between a mother and her cub in the golden twilight of a midsummer evening on a beautiful river somewhere in Alaska. Simplicity itself. Simplicity in nature is often the most beautiful simplicity of all. What is simple always interests […]
Investors shouldn’t avoid Chinese stocks, Shark Tank investor Kevin O’Leary said. “To have no allocation in the Chinese market makes no sense whatsoever,” he told CNBC. O’Leary added that he owns Chinese stocks himself, including e-commerce giant Alibaba. Passing up on Chinese stocks “makes no sense whatsoever” as the country remains one of the world’s […]
SARS-CoV-2. Monkeypox. Polio. Marburg. These viruses are no longer familiar just to public-health experts, but household names around the world, thanks to their recent incursions into human populations. People have always confronted pathogens of all sorts, but the attacks are becoming more commonplace, and more intense, than they ever have before. “We are going through an era of […]
Despite a recent chill in ties over Taiwan, President Biden is eager to reengage Beijing on things like clean hydrogen, US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm tells Ian Bremmer on GZERO World.
For its Fall/Winter 2022 campaign, Canada Goose teamed up with renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz to capture its all-female cast and put their stories at the forefront. Set in the highlands of Northern Scotland, FW22 seeks to highlight the brand’s “Live in the open” ethos through a showcase of its new outerwear offering. With an increased focus on womenswear, the campaign spotlights […]
All eyes will be on the China-Russia strategic partnership, but the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s Central Asian members have greater confidence and bargaining power than ever before—and Beijing knows it. This week, Chinese President Xi Jinping makes his first trip abroad since the 2020 outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Xi will make a state visit to Kazakhstan and […]
Henry Kissinger (Chairman of Kissinger Associates, Inc. and 56th Secretary of State) joins Hank on Straight Talk to discuss how coming to America after fleeing Nazi Germany shaped his worldview, getting his start in politics, and working with the world’s most consequential leaders—something he delves into in his latest book. He shares insights into US-China […]
The US has been generous with military and financial aid, the Europeans less so. But both must step up the effort to keep Kyiv fighting. My first visit to Kyiv since the Russian invasion in February coincided with a major Ukrainian military success in the east of the country, where Kupyansk and Izyum were liberated […]
Chevron Chairman and CEO Mike Wirth speaks with CNN anchor Poppy Harlow about Europe’s energy “vulnerability” and responds to calls for an export ban on US oil.
Former US Defense Secretary Mark Esper says the US needs to keep providing Ukraine with weapons to fight off Russian forces. He says the US should give Ukraine fighter jets and help train their pilots and soldiers. He’s on “Balance of Power.”
Ambassador Deborah Birx, MD, believes not enough is doing to prepare for future pandemics. What are her recommendations? Find out in this final installment of her interview with Infection Control Today. See source for video. After SARS-CoV-2, researchers are concerned about preparing for the next viral outbreak and where the virus will come from. Infectious […]
(GZERO Media) – US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm says new legislation will drive a switch to clean energy.
Ian Bremmer’s Quick Take: Hi everybody. Ian Bremmer here, backstage of all things, but have a few moments and wanted to give you a Quick Take on what is going on in the world. Want to get to Russia, Ukraine. I mean, of course, over the weekend, massive amount of news after the Queen’s death […]
Twenty-one years have passed since the modern version of the “date which will live in infamy,” Sept. 11, 2001. Just like its predecessor, Pearl Harbor, it is a day that we must never forget. But what makes 9/11 so very different from Pearl Harbor is that the target was not a military installation of strategic […]
How productive are you at work? Early on in my career, when I was a consultant in New York City, I made a vow: I would never work in a profession or culture that required detailed timesheets. I thrived on deadlines but tracking my time in 30-minute — even 10-minute — units seemed like an odd […]
(Yahoo) – Investment mogul and Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary still believes in holding stocks in a rising interest rate environment.
(WCCO) – Dr. Michael Osterholm, an epidemiologist with the University of Minnesota’s CIDRAP center, has also stressed the importance while speaking with News Talk 830 WCCO’s Chad Hartman last week.
(GZERO Media) – The US could have done a better job getting out of Afghanistan, Elliot Ackerman says.
Behind the Frame of ‘Orca Ballet” “Dance less in motion and more in spirit; awaken the dreamer within.” — Shah Asad Rizvi We were working in northern, Norway, 71° degrees north, in Andenes fjord, in Lofoten, with beautiful, towering granite mountain tops coming out of the sea, covered in ice and snow. It was January, […]
‘The Five’ panelists speak with new ‘Fox News Sunday’ anchor Shannon Bream ahead of her first show on September 11.
Annie Leibovitz was invited to photograph Queen Elizabeth II twice, in 2007 and in 2016. She was the first American photographer to be asked by the royal family to do so, and considered it an honor. As Leibovitz wrote in her 2008 book At Work, “It was ok for me to be reverent. The British are conflicted about […]
Former CMS Administrator Joins Carrum Health to Help National Employers Reign in Rising Healthcare Costs SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Carrum Health, the first digital health company connecting employers and employees to Centers of Excellence (COEs) through a technology-powered value-based care platform, today announced the appointment of Seema Verma to its Corporate Advisory Board. As a national health […]
An Oklahoma news anchor suffered the beginnings of a stroke while reporting on live TV. She lost partial vision in one eye and soon after struggled to speak. CNN’s Sanjay Gupta reports.
Dr. Henry Kissinger’s “Leadership: Six Studies in World Strategy” is a book that every citizen can learn from and that every leader should study again and again. by Newt Gingrich Every once in a while, a book comes along that has so much knowledge and wisdom that every American should read it and every potential leader should […]
Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week on World In :60. Will Russia cutting gas sanctions to Europe lead to the EU lifting sanctions? I don’t see it. I’ve got to tell you, I do think that Russia will cut all of the gas to Europe by winter. It’s where their leverage […]
The world is full of big challenges. But from crisis, there’s also opportunity. On this episode, Ian Bremmer examines how fixing today’s problems diminishes tomorrow’s risks. Then, a look inside Shanghai’s COVID lockdown.
Over 13 years of making deals on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” Kevin O’Leary says he’s noticed a common thread among the companies that have brought him the best investment returns. They’re mostly owned or run by women. “This is real data: 75% of my returns have come from companies run by women,” O’Leary tells CNBC Make It. The trend […]
Sheila Bair, former chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Senior Fellow of the Center for Financial Stability, joins BNN Bloomberg’s to discuss her take on the Fed’s tightening cycle.
Some stories are told best in black and white, like the brilliant 1944 film Gaslight starring Ingrid Bergman, whose husband tries to convince her that she is mentally ill so he can steal from her more easily. It’s a plotline that Americans need to be familiar with, because gaslighting is the preeminent strategy of the Biden […]
Neel Kashkari joins Hank on Straight Talk to discuss how studying engineering was fundamental to his career trajectory, public service and working at the Treasury, education, and crisis management. He shares insights into current economic concerns, including inflation and secular stagflation, and how lessons learned from managing other crises can be applied to addressing climate […]
Its divisive programme is the enemy of black prosperity After more than two years of disruption, American schoolchildren are finally returning to something approaching normal education — in-person, and without masks or social distancing or other “non-pharmaceutical interventions”. But many of these children are returning transformed. Last week, data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress showed […]
Top historian Niall Ferguson warned Friday that the world is sleepwalking into an era of political and economic upheaval akin to the 1970s — only worse.
Bipartisan JOBS Act, Medicaid work requirements and fewer licensing rules would help ease worker shortage America is in the midst of the worst worker shortage in recent memory. Many have heard the stories of employers offering bonuses and higher salaries in a desperate effort to fill openings. Many have experienced delays at restaurants or stores that […]
(GZERO Media) – CISA’s Jen Easterly is optimistic about the state of America’s cyber defenses.
(Morning Star) – “The ingredients of the 1970s are already in place,” Ferguson, Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, told CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick.
Marc Short, a top aide to former Vice President Mike Pence, joins Major Garrett for this week’s episode of “The Takeout” to discuss the FBI search of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, GOP strategy for the midterms and the fallout from the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
If you follow me on social media, you will not be surprised to find out that walruses are one of my favorite animals on this great Earth. They have Intelligence beyond comparison in pinnipeds and are survivors of an unimaginably icy world. They are highly social and display a gentle, serene temperament to go with […]
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Mitch Lowe is a top business and entertainment keynote speaker, former President of Redbox, and founding executive of Netflix. As VP of Business Development and Strategic Alliances for Netflix’s first five years, and as a member of its core executive team Mitch led many of the partnerships that drove new subscribers to join Netflix, such […]
By WWSG Exclusive Thought Leader: Dave A. Chokshi Dr. Chokshi is a Bellevue Hospital physician and visiting fellow at the New York Health Foundation. He previously served as the health commissioner of New York City. Life expectancy in the United States continued to decline in 2021, according to data released by the federal government. Is there a […]
Although case counts might be dropping, the public-health community must focus on containing the epidemic completely. Some glimmers of hope are emerging in the global fight against the monkeypox epidemic. Weekly case counts are trending down: 6,000 were reported from 15 to 21 August, an improvement over the 7,500 reported from 8 to 14 August. […]
Many observers posit that a stark contest between democracy and autocracy will shape the governance of technology and data. But two Asian democracies, India and Korea, are carving out distinctive paths on data policy, not just following Western or Chinese models. Deepening concerns about digital authoritarianism have led many observers to posit that a stark […]
Do you ever wonder why you do the work you do? For me, this question seems to rise a few days into a holiday — when the rest and retreat of being away helps the mental chatter of daily commitments ebb away. I start asking what matters most to me, including the work I’m doing. […]
(CMM) – According to Dr. Deborah Birx, M.D., asking questions is paramount in continuing to deal properly with the virus.
Republican leaders and donors are suddenly making worried noises about their political chances. Five months ago, their party looked likely to take both the U.S. House and the Senate in 2022. Republicans appeared ready to consolidate their leads over Democrats in the numbers of governorships and state legislatures held. Best of all, they seemed to have quietly sidelined […]
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss forthcoming Covid-19 booster shots to target virus variants, and more.
Ian Bremmer’s Quick Take: Hi everybody, Ian Bremmer here, and we’re closing down the summer, so this will be your last Quick Take before I head back to New York City. And I thought I would talk a little bit about these disastrous, calamitous floods that are happening in Pakistan right now. Pakistan can’t catch a […]
(GRZEO Media) – The annual cost of global cybercrime has nearly tripled since 2005.
(Fox News) – The Wray-led FBI has ‘no interest’ in precedent or the law, former speaker says
Listen: The anniversary of the end of America’s war in Afghanistan is a reminder of what many see as a staggering US defeat. It was also a victory for a long-time US adversary, the Taliban, who remain in control as the country faces a humanitarian crisis and a crumbling economy. Their brutal rule has also led […]
The anniversary of the end of America’s war in Afghanistan is a reminder of what many see as a staggering US defeat. It was also a victory for a long-time US adversary, the Taliban, who remain in control as the country faces a humanitarian crisis and a crumbling economy. Their brutal rule has also led to worsening conditions for women and girls in the country. Ian Bremmer speaks to former Marine and author Elliot Ackerman on the GZERO World podcast about his view of the war and his new book “The Fifth Act: America’s End in Afghanistan.”
Sheila Bair is former FDIC chair and senior fellow, Center for Financial Stability. President Biden has finally made a decision about student debt cancellation, going significantly beyond the $10,000 in forgiveness that he embraced as a presidential candidate. Of the 43 million borrowers eligible for his plan, 27 million Pell grant recipients will qualify for […]
The 9th Chapter of My “Ask Me Anything” Series There are not many places in the world where your flight may be delayed by penguins on the runway, but in Antarctica, the wilderness still remains wild and free. I always suppress a grin when I see this image, as it seems like the emperor penguins […]
Monkeypox cases are increasing across America and around the world, with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reporting over 15,000 confirmed stateside cases as of August 23. The Biden Administration is accelerating vaccine distribution efforts and ramping up community outreach, including through community partnerships and education of clinicians and patients. In the meantime, students are coming back […]
(STAT) – The U.S. is at a crossroads for tobacco use, the country’s leading cause of preventable death, at nearly half a million deaths a year.
Sheila Bair, Senior Fellow at the Center for Financial Stability and former Chair of the FDIC discusses the economic implications of President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan. She speaks with Bloomberg’s David Westin. See source for audio.
‘Quiet quitting’ describes the experience of doing your job without going above and beyond — and according to Kevin O’Leary, it’s a bad idea.
(TIME) – After over 16 months of fitful negotiations, the United States and Iran are reportedly inching closer to striking a deal to restore the 2015 nuclear agreement. But are they?
Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx have made suggestions about how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) must be reformed. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and President Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor, and Birx, former president Donald Trump’s coronavirus response coordinator, spoke after the CDC director, Rochelle Walensky, announced plans to change […]
Ian Bremmer’s Quick Take: Hi, everybody, Ian Bremmer here. A little bit rainy on a Monday. I want to kick you off. Talk about the world and we’re going back to Russia/Ukraine. Not just because it’s in the headlines again, but also because the potential for significant escalation further escalation is unfortunately increasingly real. Over the […]
The 82-Guest Viking Osiris Debuts as Egypt Marks 100th Anniversary of the Discovery of King Tutankhamun’s Tomb LOS ANGELES, Aug. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Viking® (www.viking.com) today named its newest river ship, the Viking Osiris, with a celebration in Luxor, Egypt. As part of the intimate event, the company’s first ceremonial godfather, George Herbert, the 8th Earl of Carnarvon, offered a blessing of […]
Inflation remains hot. In July, U.S. consumer prices spiked 8.5% from a year earlier — down from 9.1% in June but still near a multi-decade high. The Fed has already raised interest rates multiple times this year to slow that worrisome trend. It’s uncertain how the economy will handle higher interest rates, and stocks are getting […]
The CDC needs to start opening itself up to working with the private sector and more transparently communicating how it makes recommendations, Deborah Birx, former President Trump’s coronavirus response coordinator said on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday. Why it matters: Her comments came in the aftermath of CDC director Rochelle Walensky’s plans to reform the agency. What she’s […]
The expiration of the forbearance pause on federal student loans is fast approaching on August 31 — an impending economic hardship for many borrowers, according to one expert. “Borrowers aren’t ready and servicers aren’t ready,” Sheila Bair, former FDIC chair and former president of Washington College, recently told Yahoo Finance Live (video above). “Borrowers haven’t had […]
Axios senior political correspondent Josh Kraushaar joined ‘America’s Newsroom’ to discuss key issues ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
The following is the full transcript of an interview with Dr. Deborah Birx, former President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 response coordinator, that aired Sunday, Aug. 21, 2022, on “Face the Nation.” MARGARET BRENNAN: Good morning, Dr. Birx. FORMER WHITE HOUSE CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE COORDINATOR DR. DEBORAH BIRX: Good morning, Margaret. Great to be with you. MARGARET BRENNAN: […]
Josh Kraushaar’s succinct and timely political journalism has been a trusted source for the public for well over a decade, spanning four U.S. administrations and dozens of midterm elections. Of Kraushaar, Axios’ editor-in-chief said, “His sharp analysis will play a vital role in getting audiences smarter about the issues that matter.”
During an interview on “Mornings with Maria,” Thursday, former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence provides analysis of the Department of Justice’s role in the FBI’s “unprecedented” raid of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, concurring with Mike Pence’s assertion that lashing out against FBI is a misjudgment. MARC SHORT: With roughly $80 billion, this new […]
The CDC announced a restructuring in its agency amid ongoing criticism of COVID-19 response Former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Robert Redfield told Fox News on Thursday that while he supports a planned “reset,” it will likely take “years” to eradicate the academic culture that has tarnished the CDC. CDC director Dr. […]
Ambassador Deborah Birx, MD, told Infection Control Today® exclusively, “Every mistake that we made with COVID-19 in January and February of 2020, repeated in real time with monkeypox.” See source for video. How infectious disease is handled in the United States is different than it is in the United Kingdom. With this fact in mind, […]
Marcus Lemonis, America’s favorite entrepreneur, CEO & TV personality, will inspire and enlighten the attendees at your next event. Marcus speaks on such a wide range of topics like business, life, and home – so his presentation can be catered specifically to your group. Whether it’s in person or virtual, Marcus will take your event […]
Like Salman Rushdie, I choose freedom Thirty-three years ago, when I was a teenager in Nairobi, I was a book burner. The year was 1989, the year of the fatwa against Salman Rushdie, and I was seduced by the rising tide of Islamism. I greeted the fatwa with glee. I rarely burnt actual books: we were too poor to […]
Aides of Republican Rep. Liz Cheney say she intends to make the case that she is at “the beginning of the battle” against former President Trump when she speaks to her supporters tonight. The aides also say she’s planning to call on both parties to join her fight to protect democracy and the rule of […]
Ambassador Deborah Birx said in an exclusive interview with ICT® that there are “extraordinary structural barriers in the US to access” medical care. Individuals may have insurance, but they cannot access care. See source for video. To better prepare for future COVID-19 variants and other pandemics, the United States needs to better take care of […]
That’s a problem for Republicans. Put two things together. The first is the surge of Republican support for Donald Trump since the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago residence. The second is this summer’s flow of good news for the Democrats as the 2022 midterms approach. Democratic candidates are leading in Senate races in Arizona, Georgia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. As Politico observes, all-party primaries in […]
It’s easy to understand the importance of play during childhood but research shows that play is important at every age. In this episode, Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with play expert Dr. Stuart Brown, who has studied play for decades, and argues joyful activity is just as important as proper nutrition and a good night’s sleep. […]
A year after Kabul, his vision is blurred by chaos I keep thinking of the people falling from the sky. The images are seared into my mind: Our Afghan allies, the people we were callously leaving to their fates after 20 years, clinging to an American plane taking off from Kabul Airport, only to drop […]
Many clients are saying that onboarding new workers has taken on a new challenge in regards to communicating culture and providing relevant training. Hybrid workplace provides new opportunities for onboarding such as leveraging collaboration tools and having clear communication strategies. Listen in on this quick episode on how to onboard new workers successfully in a […]
In this energizing and heart-opening episode, Nataly talks about how her recent trip to Peru reinvigorated her gratitude practice in surprising ways. She then speaks with Gina Hamadey, the author of I Want to Thank You, a book about her experience of writing a gratitude note a day for a year. – What you’ll learn: […]
American mortality is up while fertility and immigration are down. Unlike China’s baby bust, however, at least one of these is fixable. Demography isn’t destiny. If population size was history’s major determinant, China might have conquered Europe in the 15th century, and Britain certainly would not have conquered India in the 18th. Little countries are […]
Greenland has become one of the first arenas for the new game of climate geopolitics. At a conference in Reykjavik in October 2017, Yu Yong, deputy director of the state-controlled Polar Research Institute of China, approached the Greenlandic delegation with a surprising question: Would they be willing to let China establish a scientific research station […]
The icebreaker is 400 feet long, weighs 15,000 tons, and its bow thruster is blasting foamy, iceberg-sized air pockets under the sea ice. I am being pushed further and further under the ice. My line has gone slack, and I don’t know why. I am about 150 feet out on my line, my air is down […]
By helping Democrats pass a landmark $750 billion climate, tax and health care bill, Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona have complicated their own re-election fortunes for 2024. Why it matters: While Democrats have a credible chance to hold onto a narrow Senate majority this year, they’re staring at a rough political […]
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ campaign stop in New Mexico on Sunday is worth watching for two reasons: The state is one of the GOP’s best opportunities to flip a Democratic governorship. And the Republican nominee has gotten this far without help from Donald Trump. Why it matters: New Mexico has the largest share of Hispanic voters […]
In late July, Google announced its first Simplicity Sprint, which aims for “better results in less time.” According to CEO Sundar Pichai, Simplicity Sprints will engage employees about working with increased clarity and efficiency; identifying which speed bumps could be removed for better, faster results; and how to take an entrepreneurial approach to eliminating waste. Most […]
Every picture tells two stories, the one in front of the lens and the one behind the camera. The one behind the camera is not always so obvious, but it can be just as dramatic — and telling. This is a story of adventure and misadventure, a story of how I got into serious trouble […]
Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper spoke exclusively with CBS News’ Catherine Herridge after it was announced that the warrant to search Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home would be unsealed. Esper discussed the former president’s handling of classified information and U.S. relations with China and Iran.
Leslie Sbrocco is known for her entertaining approach to wine and food, as well as inspiring others to live a life of passion. Voted as one of the Top 100 most influential people in the American wine business, Sbrocco’s engaging personality, humor, and ability to connect with the audience – whether on screen or on […]
Award-winning chef Aarón Sánchez is one of the world’s most admired and distinguished Latin chefs, passionate about preserving his family’s legacy through food and encouraging diversity in the kitchen. Sánchez launched the Aarón Sánchez Scholarship Fund in 2016, which is an initiative empowering aspiring chefs from the Latin community to follow their dreams and attend […]
Arizona Republicans doubled down on the crazy, voters in very red Kansas turned out in huge numbers to protect abortion rights, and Democrats played with fire in Michigan. Josh Kraushaar joins Charlie Sykes today.
Arizona Republicans doubled down on the crazy, voters in very red Kansas turned out in huge numbers to protect abortion rights, and Democrats played with fire in Michigan. Josh Kraushaar joins Charlie Sykes today.
Dr. Romie is a board-certified physician, award-winning wellness speaker, and the founder of “brainSHIFT at Work.” She brings together over 20 years of authority in neurology, integrative medicine, and mindfulness to not just deliver programs, but create cultural change. She is on a mission to transform mental health and wellness in the workplace and currently […]
Three August elections that pitted Republicans against Democrats on the same ballot on Tuesday are providing fresh indications that Democrats have gained political momentum over the summer. What’s happening: In the Minnesota 1st District special election on Tuesday, Republican Brad Finstad only defeated Democrat Jeff Ettinger by four points in a district that former President Trump carried by […]
This is an audio transcript of the Working It podcast episode — How to break up with your employer Erica Dhawan There are a lot of extreme leaving stories in terms of bad behaviour, whether it’s taking confidential information home or turning to the internet to derail a company for what they’ve done or poor […]
He’ll compel loyalty no matter what the FBI finds. If Republicans kowtow, they might as well hand him the 2024 nomination now. You might think that the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago yesterday would provide a welcome opportunity for a Trump-weary Republican Party. This would be an entirely postpresidential scandal for Donald Trump. Unlike his two […]
(The Atlantic) – He’ll compel loyalty no matter what the FBI finds. If Republicans kowtow, they might as well hand him the 2024 nomination now.
(Washington Post) – Dan Buettner, whose book detailed the lifestyle habits of the world’s longest-lived and healthiest people and who has now teamed up with researchers from National Geographic and Gallup to develop the national well-being index and rankings, explained happiness has to be measured holistically and over time.
Climate change has long been an existential threat, but for many young people, government inaction and increasing natural disasters are now taking a mental toll. Psychologists describe this phenomenon as climate anxiety, or ecological grief. On this episode, Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to climate researcher Britt Wray, and climate activist and writer adrienne maree brown, […]
In this episode I refer to a recent Fast Company survey that outlines the actual perks workers are looking for in today’s workplace. We continue to see articles and news items on the great resignation and the key driver of people leaving their jobs is lack of flexibility and autonomy.
This special episode kicks off with a classical piano performance by Nataly’s daughter Mia! (If you need some soul fuel, you will not want to miss it!) – Nataly then talks with Rana Awdish, MD, FCCP, who is the author of In Shock, a critically-acclaimed, bestselling memoir based on her own illness. Rana is a […]
(AXIOS) – Inexperienced Republican candidates are threatening to cost Mitch McConnell a long-anticipated Senate majority in this year’s midterms.
Antarctica is truly the last great continent. Always so full of grandeur, legend, mystery, and mind-bending beauty, being in her presence is my addiction. During a National Geographic assignment in South Georgia, Antarctica, I encountered a beautiful leopard seal who loved to blow bubbles in my face. My guess is she was challenging the other […]
(The High performance Podcast) – Doug points out that praise for a job well done is a much more powerful motivator for employees than criticism of their mistakes. So, as a small business owner, he describes how he likes to make a habit of catching his team members in the process of doing something right and finding opportunities to praise them for their performance.
(FOX) – Financial experts Sheila Bair and Kenny Polcari give their take on how the Federal Reserve is responding to record-high inflation on ‘Making Money with Charles Payne.’
A bipartisan group of five former Treasury secretaries endorsed the tax, climate and spending bill that Democrats hope will salvage key parts of President Joe Biden’s economic agenda. The group, which includes former secretaries Henry Paulson, who served under George W. Bush, and Timothy Geithner, under Barack Obama, added their voices to debate of the […]
Esri’s Dawn Wright successfully dove Challenger Deep at 10,909 meters, nearly 7 miles, with Explorer Victor Vescovo. The expedition to the deepest point on Earth will collect images and data advancing marine science and conservation. Dawn Wright, chief scientist at Esri, successfully completed a descent to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the deepest known point in […]
On today’s episode, Daniela Cambone speaks with Kevin O’Leary, widely known as “Mr. Wonderful,” about inflation
As the question continues to loom if we’re in a vicious recession, is there an opportunity for investors to look into certain sectors. With inflation already affecting families and everyone fearing the worst, here’s my two cents on what I think investors should be doing.
(CBS) – Dr. Michael Osterholm, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, joined CBS Mornings on Wednesday to discuss where the cases are occurring and the issues with supplying vaccines.
In his speeches, Kevin uses his own inspirational journey as a jumping off point to examine the challenges faced by others. His triumphs help audiences see their own problems in a new light. He shares his story to help change attitudes and perspectives of youth, corporate, faith-based, and international audiences. Kevin’s engaging manner, easy confidence, […]
(Chasing Life) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to neuroscientist and dream expert, Sidarta Ribeiro, about the importance of dreaming, what goes on in our bodies while we’re dreaming, and how to take control of our dream world.
(Washington Post) – China’s threats are largely “bluff,” Gingrich said.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week on World In :60.
(FOX) – Former CIA station chief Dan Hoffman and author Michael Pillsbury joined ‘America’s Newsroom’ to discuss Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan and the implications of her trip.
(FOX) – Michael Pillsbury talks China’s threats towards Taiwan.
(NCSL) – Author and entrepreneur Molly Bloom on reinvention: “One thing I know is when you don’t like the way a story is going, you can rewrite it.”
(CNBC) – Ian Bremmer, founder and president of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media, discusses the major global flashpoints in Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine and Europe’s resolve, as well as growing tensions between the U.S. and China over Taiwan.
(GZERO) – Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen says social media companies can change for the better.
Lady Fiona Carnarvon manages affairs at Highclere Castle, recognised worldwide as Downton Abbey. She’s a writer, broadcaster and godmother to two Viking cruise ships.
(Craig Siegel Podcast) – Dr. Gundry illustrates the misconceptions about the ketogenic diet and the difference between brown white and beige fats.
(GZERO) – Japan was rattled by the shocking assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo. Ian Bremmer speaks to longtime Abe adviser Tomohiko Taniguchi about Abe’s foreign policy legacy.
(AXIOS) – An Axios analysis shows the moderate candidate won 14 of 22 congressional primaries this year, when a progressive candidate challenged a more moderate candidate in seats Dems can win. That’s almost two-thirds of the time.
(FOX) – Hudson Institute Chinese strategy director Michael Pillsbury weighs in on ‘Fox & Friends Weekend,’ warning that ‘we’re getting into a dangerous period.’
(CNN) – There is no doubt we are capable, and we are prepared. The question is will we use all those remarkable resources and respond, or we will wait and suffer until the cavalry has to rescue us once again?
(FOX) – ‘The Big Sunday Show’ panelists react to findings from the Joint Committee on Taxation’s claiming that the Manchin-Schumer reconciliation bill would raise taxes.
(New York Times) – But it wasn’t until late June that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expanded testing for monkeypox to large commercial labs like Quest Diagnostics and Labcorp for more capacity and access.
Hank welcomes Jim Coulter (Executive Chairman and Director, TPG) to Straight Talk to discuss private equity performance, the evolution of the finance industry and his career, leading on climate and social impact investing, and lessons from the global financial crisis. He shares his principles for successful business leadership and how his early job running his […]
(Bloomberg) – Tensions over the island haven’t been this high since 1996, and a visit by the House speaker could push China to the brink.
(The High Performance Zone) – John contrasts the command and control and servant leadership models and explains how to create a culture of excellence and integrity through training people to have the knowledge, experience, and tools to do their jobs effectively.
(Born Wild) – Graced with streaks, splashes, and countless shades of gray, a gray whale’s scarring and natural pigmentation make the perfect ocean camouflage.
David Culver’s acclaimed and awarded reporting has been an essential source of information for the public about life in China during the COVID-19 pandemic. Culver’s first-hand experience is unmatched and his anecdotal speaking style will suit engagements of all kinds.
(The Atlantic) – If he gets in next time, he won’t be dislodged by any means.
(NASA) – NASA’s Shane Kimbrough is retiring after 22 years, including 18 years as an astronaut. His last day with the agency is Sunday, July 31.
(The Atlantic) – Russia threatens to punish support for Ukraine by cutting the gas supply. The West must not be blackmailed.
Paul Long is a speaker, author, podcaster and master of shenanigans. He has developed a concept called Fundamism, simply defined as the FUNdamentals of a F.U.N. and optimistic lifestyle. When implemented, Paul’s philosophy has been proven to reduce attrition, attract great talent, improve customer experience and drive employee engagement. Paul is not only great in […]
(Chasing Life) – Time heals all wounds, so the saying goes. But that’s not always the case.
In this episode I share results from a HubSpot survey that ranked what workers want from their managers/leaders and employers. The results may surprise you.
(Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast) – How do we remind Americans of the inherent good of America?
Sheila Bair, former chair of the FDIC and founding member of the Volcker Alliance, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting to break down her expectations for inflation, a potential recession, and more.
CNN’s Poppy Harlow presses US Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra over his concern level of the monkeypox outbreak and why the Biden administration has yet to declare a public health emergency.
(GZERO) – On GZERO World, Ian Bremmer speaks to Haykel, a Saudi expert, who discusses how MBS consolidated power and more.
(Cap X) – Economic policymaking is about tradeoffs.
(FOX) – Hudson Institute Director on Chinese Strategy Michael Pillsbury discusses how the Chinese are warning against Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan on ‘Fox Business Tonight.’
(CNN) – What remains unclear is whether Pence’s approach to winning friends within the Republican tent is helping him influence the direction of the party whose base voters remain in the thrall of Trump.
(CNN) — Marc Short, the former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, confirmed Monday that he testified last week in front of a grand jury investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol in Washington, DC.
(CNN) – Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins CNN to discuss Chinese espionage in the United States as well as a potential trip to Taiwan by US Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
(FOX) – Former Trump CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield joins ‘The Story’ to discuss why there’s little evidence to suggest a naturally-evolving COVID-19 contagion.
(FOX) – Redfield said he supports objective analysis of COVID’s origin.
(The Globe and Mail) – Former Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper has endorsed Pierre Poilievre to be the party’s next leader.
(CBC) – The former prime minister has never endorsed a candidate during a leadership race
(New York Times) – The BA.5 surge is a reminder that we need to take precautions to avoid illness, slow the relentless cycle of new variants and minimize the disruption to our daily lives.
Tune into this episode to learn some super-tangible tips about how to handle stress and overwhelm. – What you’ll learn: Learn to say “no” so you have more time and space Recognize what is at the root of your overwhelm Reduce uncertainty, which is causing your brain to feel more stressed and anxious – And […]
(The Aspen institute) – Fireside chat with Mark Esper.
Stopping deforestation is complicated but more important than making pledges that have mixed results. A new trend in addressing rising carbon emissions is sweeping the world — tree planting. China recently pledged to plant and conserve 70bn trees by 2030; the EU has committed to planting 3bn by then; Canada has a 2bn plan; and […]
Marc Randolph is a veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur, advisor, and investor. As co-founder and first CEO of Netflix, he laid much of the groundwork for a service that’s grown to over 200 million subscribers, and fundamentally altered how the world experiences media.
Victor is the first person to ever explore the deepest points in all five of the world’s oceans. This is truly groundbreaking—more people have walked on the surface of the moon than have been to the bottom of even a single ocean. Victor’s incredible talks reveal the challenges of designing and building the most advanced […]
(STAT) – For too long, we have been left in the dark when it comes to the cost of medical treatments and procedures.
(Born Wild) – Antarctica is my favorite place on the planet for many reasons: it has a staggering impact on regulating systems that stretch around the globe, is home to some of the most remarkable species ever to have existed, and is the only continent dedicated to peace and science.
(CNN) – Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said in an interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow that people need to “prepare for an environment … of higher inflation.”
Molly Bloom is a top inspirational keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and bestselling author of Molly’s Game. Her memoir was adapted into an award-winning film by Aaron Sorkin. Bloom has appeared on numerous shows and in media outlets such as Ellen, Vice, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, Vulture, and has been asked to speak at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women. Molly was also in the […]
Damon West, M.S. Criminal Justice, is a college professor, internationally known keynote speaker and best-selling author of The Coffee Bean: A simple Lesson to Create Positive Change. His first book and autobiography, The Change Agent: How a Former College QB Sentenced to Life in Prison Transformed His World, was published just three years after his release […]
Johnny Crowder is a 29-year-old mental health advocate, million-plus views TEDx speaker, Billboard charting band leader, and Founder & CEO of Cope Notes, a science and text-based mental health platform that provides daily support to health care providers, employers and individuals in nearly 100 countries around the world. Contact WWSG to host Johnny for a speaking engagement.
Taking a deep breath, I plunge into the crystalline waters of the Pacific Ocean, and for a moment, I am immersed in a sea of bubbles, slowly sinking into an exhilarating bath of blue champagne. See source for photos. The empty expanse of water seems devoid of life at first; the only movement comes from […]
(Reuters) – Rosen, 62, a former deputy transportation secretary under President Donald Trump who was sworn in as deputy attorney general in May 2019, took the reins of the Justice Department after Bill Barr announced he would step down on Dec. 23.
If you want to break free from daily burnout, struggle less and thrive more in work and life, this episode is for you! – Nataly gives a powerful, energizing, and truly inspiring talk about her own journey from burnout to emotional fitness, shares 3 life-changing lessons she learned and the 5 emotional fitness skills to […]
China is mobilizing to adapt and thrive in a rapidly warming world. If it succeeds, the geopolitical consequences will be profound. Is America ready? On an August day last year, Xi Jinping visited Saihanba National Forest Park to inspect the trees and flowers. Spanning nearly 200,000 acres northwest of Beijing, the old imperial hunting ground […]
Large social networks are what separate human beings from all other animals. They are also why we live “on the edge of chaos.”
(Jillian Rigert) – Dr. Pho is a board-certified internal medicine physician, a national media commentator, co-author of the book, Establishing, Managing, and Protecting Your Online Reputation: A Social Media Guide for Physicians and Medical Practices, and an acclaimed keynote speaker.
(Kevin Pho Podcast) – Medical advances can often stir up ethical issues, which ripple into two courts: the court of law and the court of public opinion.
(Today) – Bring these wallet-friendly wines — from dry pinks to succulent reds — to any summer soiree.
How do you decide to take on risk? Alex and Fitz discuss their five takeaways from talking to climbers, alpinists and experts for this season on risk.
(Kevin Pho Podcast) – We tell ourselves that our anxiety is a small price to pay for all this success. Sometimes it takes a life-changing event to see that the truths we hold so close are not helping us. We are successful despite our anxiety, not because of it.
(Aspen Ideas) – After two devastating years fighting the pandemic, how do we rebuild and support stronger health care and public health workforces? Dave Chokshi, who helped lead New York City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, shares his thoughts with Aspen Ideas: Health.
(AXIOS) – Shifts in the demographics of the two parties’ supporters — taking place before our eyes — are arguably the biggest political story of our time.
(Born Wild) – The ocean is a precious global resource. Having a real, positive impact on our oceans will require hard work and innovation, but the potential rewards, for business and the planet alike, may well be incalculable.
(Straight Talk) – Sara Menker (Founder and CEO, Gro Intelligence) joins Hank on Straight Talk.
(Straight Talk with hank Paulson) – Sara Menker (Founder and CEO, Gro Intelligence) joins Hank on Straight Talk to discuss the impact growing up in Africa had on her, global food security and climate change, and founding Gro Intelligence to address the fundamental flaws in our food system.
(Becker’s Hospital Review) – Dr. Osterholm said there have been cases of reinfection between different omicron subvariants — adding that he thinks the current situation is a “stay-tuned moment.”
(Devex) – Deborah Birx on preparations for the next pandemic.
(Financial Post) – Long before Shark Tank and Dragons’ Den, investor and entrepreneur Robert Herjavec was an aimless teenager considering if and when he should pursue higher education. In the meantime, Herjavec’s father — a blue-collar Croatian immigrant who worked long hard hours at Toronto grocery store Dominion — pulled a string to get his son a summer job. Here’s what stacking boxes taught the chief executive of Cyderes about his future in business. As told to Rosemary Counter.
Robert Brokamp talks with former FDIC chair Sheila Bair about how students can get smarter about debt and one “stressful” economic problem catching her attention.
If you can drive a bobsled, you can drive a bus. At least that appears to be the case with Olympian Johnny Quinn. When the American bobsledder said yes to an invitation to deliver the keynote to the Pennsylvania Bus Association (PBA), he didn’t realize he would have the opportunity to fulfill a dream of getting behind the […]
(ReThink With Rachel) – When guilt comes up, it’s giving us an important message. It’s a guide to when our actions and choices are misaligned with our values: how we want to be working and living.
(Guilty Eats) – Luckily for us, we not only got a chance to check out Sanchez’s recipe, we also got an opportunity to speak to him about his work, his passion for food, social media trends, and even his guilty eat.
The assassinated Japanese leader was the visionary architect of a vital security alliance in the Indo-Pacific region. The Japan That Can Say No was the title of a once-famous book by a once-rising Japanese politician. Shinzo Abe, the former Japanese prime minister who was assassinated earlier today, bequeaths a much prouder legacy: a Japan that can—and […]
(Born Wild) – The best camera is always the one you can afford, which includes your smartphone. The lenses and sensors in today’s devices are excellent, so everything you need to shoot wide-angle, night photography, and more might already be at your fingertips for no extra cost.
Boris Johnson’s party ditched its dysfunctional leader, yet the GOP remains in thrall to the much more dangerous Donald Trump. The head of government is caught in a series of scandals. The scandals are not necessarily so important in themselves. Many of them involve purely personal misconduct. But if exposed, they would shock public opinion […]
(Washington Post) – Public health expert Leana S. Wen answers reader questions about covid-19 every week in her newsletter, The Checkup With Dr. Wen, and in occasional Q&As with readers.
(Variety) – “I’m absolutely honored to keep telling stories from these athletes who have made so many sacrifices to achieve greatness,” says Bloom.
Her TED talks have been viewed more than five million times and audiences consistently rate her as the top keynote speaker at global events and conferences. By forming an immediate — and lasting — connection with those in the room, Rachel’s presentations resonate long after the final word. To host her for a speaking engagement, contact WWSG.
(Washington Post) – A blue-ribbon commission assembled by the Commonwealth Fund has issued a report with a rather provocative conclusion: The United States needs a national public health system.
Legacy institutions have lost the campus wars What is the point of university? It used to be, when Harvard was founded in 1636, “to advance learning and perpetuate it to posterity”. But in recent years the university has taken on an altogether narrower character. Learning is no longer enough. Activism is demanded. Yale and Harvard […]
(CNBC Television) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to break down the FDA’s request to vaccine makers for an updated Covid-19 vaccine and more.
Dr. Leana Wen is an emergency physician, CNN medical analyst, and op-ed columnist for The Washington Post, where she writes a weekly column and anchors the newsletter, “The Checkup with Dr. Wen.” Dr. Wen has been a trusted voice in health care throughout the pandemic’s turbulence and in regards to other pressing national health issues.
(The Inertia) – The wreck was discovered by Victor Vescovo, a millionaire explorer who is, to say the least, an interesting man.
(Forbes) – Vescovo has completed some incredible expeditions during his life, including being the first person to visit the deepest points of all Earth’s five oceans, but as a retired naval officer, this mission was particularly close to his heart. We spoke to the explorer about the importance of the discovery and the challenges of deep sea diving.
(Project Syndicate) – For most of the twentieth century, Middle East energy meant oil from the Arabian peninsula. But recent natural-gas discoveries have changed the map.
(Mind Body Green) – Synesthesia is a neurological phenomenon in which information meant to stimulate one of your senses stimulates several of your senses, explains neurologist Romila “Romie” Mushtaq, M.D., ABIHM.
Olympic bobsledder Johnny Quinn is a highly sought-after speaker for businesses and organizations of all sizes. Known for his thought-provoking and action-packed speeches, Johnny has been featured on every major news network as well as written about in TIME, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal. Johnny’s speeches are supercharged with powerful and relatable content. Give your audience the gift of an engaging and entertaining speaker!
“The Locker Room” discusses difficult issues faced by coaches and athletes in today’s society. A local motivational speaker is continuing his national success with a new book discussing difficult issues faced by coaches and athletes in today’s society. Damon West tackles tough topics in his new book “The Locker Room,” which focuses on the power […]
(WSJ) – Submersible pilot Victor Vescovo and sonar specialist Jeremie Morizet found the destroyer escort USS Samuel B. Roberts, known as the “Sammy B,” off the coast of the Philippines’s Samar Island on June 22.
Chris Gardner’s autobiography was the inspiration behind the the critically acclaimed, iconic film The Persuit of Happyness. Chris can motivate and enlighten all kinds of audiences with his candid, heartfelt story and practicable methods for success.
(Ed Mylett Podcast) – 13 years ago to the day that we recorded this interview, my guest was sentenced to life in prison! Yes, life in prison for my guest Damon West.
(The Atlantic) – His presidency is beset with huge challenges, many of his own making. Here are five pillars of wisdom to help him meet them.
(Born Wild) – The Flawed Story of Burn Now, Pay Later
(Cashing Life) – All that time spent in the driver’s seat could actually take a toll on your mind and body.
(Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast) – What happened to the American man?
(Washington Post) – President Biden’s cancer “moonshot” received a big boost from the Food and Drug Administration, thanks to its aggressive actions aimed at curtailing smoking.
(The Atlantic) – The pro-life movement needs to know that such culture wars result not in outright victory for one side but in reaction and compromise.
(GZERO) – We have to make sure every country in the world can stop health threats.
(Economic Times) – Rather than retire and live on his Netflix fortune when he left the company in 2003, Randolph decided to counsel early-stage startups and their founders.
Think about the power of this principle: Your expectations — your belief about another person (or yourself) — can impact an outcome.
(Born Wild) – The Story of the War Between First Nations Climate Campaigners and Big Oil
(Craig Siegel Podcast) – I sits down with legendary former professional Volleyball player, Fierce competitor, model, brilliant entrepreneur, reporter, world class Keynote speaker, New York Times best selling author, podcast host of her hit show, inspirational health and fitness pioneer, and she was Nike’s first female spokeswoman, please welcome the dynamic, gorgeous, gritty, tough as nails, multifaceted and abundant Gabby Reece.
(Face the Nation) – Marc Short discusses Jan. 6 and Roe v Wade.
(Face the Nation) – “There were a lot of incredible things that happened around that day.”
(Face the Nation) – Short was with Pence on Jan. 6, 2021, when the Secret Service whisked the vice president, his family and staff out of the Senate and to a secure location after a mob of Trump’s supporters breached the U.S. Capitol.
(GZERO) – 66% of Americans do not want to see Roe v. Wade overturned.
(Mike Walsh) – Speaking at the 40th Annual Payroll Congress 2022, futurist Mike Walsh and Bob Lockett (Chief Diversity and Talent Officer at ADP) discuss what lies ahead for leaders of every organization.
(C-Span) – Sharing their stories before the committee were former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, former Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue, and former U.S. Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel Steven Engel.
John O’Leary is a radiant example of thriving through adversity. In his presentations, John uses illustrates obstacles and triumphs to illuminate the ways in which the audience can not only survive, but thrive. Contact WWSG to host him for a speaking engagement.
(New York Times) – Jeffrey A. Rosen, who served as acting attorney general in the closing month of the Trump administration, pushed back against President Donald J. Trump’s efforts to use the Justice Department to pursue baseless claims of election fraud.
(Live Inspired Podcast) – Investigative health journalist Michael Easter joins John O’Leary on the Live Inspired Podcast to discuss embracing discomfort.
The global pandemic of 2020 shifted lifestyles in more ways than we could imagine. In the relation to work, large companies gave up their leases, employees in data-based jobs found better work/life balance by working remotely, and “the great resignation” disrupted every single industry. Worldwide Speakers Group offers thought leaders who can make sense of […]
An entrepreneur and professional mountaineer, Olga Koroleva’s triumphs are limitless, both in the boardroom and on the mountain. Koroleva is the founder and CEO of Capital Brain, a company that harnesses the power of AI to streamline real estate acquisitions, asset management, and investment sales. An adventurer by nature, she has also completed over 40 expeditions, summiting the highest, the deadliest, and the hardest mountains on the planet. The lessons and similarities she has gleaned over the course of her career deliver an exciting and insightful presentation to audiences of all kinds.
(The EdUp Experience) – What is Student Debt Smarter & how can it help prospective students & their families demystify the student aid process?
(The Atlantic) – The comedian’s proposal to defer having his name on his high school’s theater might seem conciliatory. But it’s a big bet on what he believes.
(Politico) – West Wing Playbook has learned that former Secretary of Transportation ELAINE CHAO is set to join the board of the Smithsonian’s Asian Pacific American Center.
(TODAY) – Filmmaker Ken Burns and student activist Anna Conheeny join TODAY to talk about the new documentary “Hiding in Plain Sight” that focuses on the teenage mental health crisis. “This is a film that is going to save lives,” Burns says.
(The Atlantic) – The perplexing part of Colombia’s electoral choice of a former leftist guerrilla over a right-wing populist is how unheralded the success of the outgoing moderate was.
(John O’Leary Blog) – A kind word goes a long way. Just ask Lily. Or her new friend, John.
(Live Inspired Podcast) – John O’Leary shares how a kind word from a new friend helped shift his perspective on today’s Monday Moments segment.
(The Awesome Human Podcast) – If you feel unsure about your calling or purpose in life, this episode will help!
With U.S.-China tensions exacerbating the climate crisis, a new category of great power rivalry is emerging — not a Cold War but a Warming War. The Chinese delegation “rat-f––ed” the negotiations, fumed Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, after yet another day of gridlock. It was a Friday afternoon in December 2009, and the COP-15 climate […]
(BGR) – Randolph has written a book about his role in the Netflix origin story, the paperback version of which was just released this month.
The role of a leader is to protect their team from harm — but not from discomfort of the right kind of disagreements.
For over 20 years, the ploy to dam the tributaries of the Amazon has been bounced around and finally the idea of damming the Amazon’s tributaries as a solution to Brazil’s energy challenges has won. The walls will go up and the character of this vital ecosystem will be changed forever. See source for photos. […]
(Born Wild) – The Story of a Whale, Her Calf and a Pristine Photograph, Part Two
(Live Inspired Podcast) – If you’re looking to grow as a leader, today’s conversation is for you.
A renowned and highly respected media personality, Poppy Harlow is on the front lines of breaking news each day. Her fifteen-plus year career as a journalist has spanned networks and disciplines, with her longest-running and highest-awarded position as an anchor for CNN. Poppy’s specialty of knowledge on the economy and business sectors make her the […]
(CNN) – Pence’s former chief of staff Marc Short joins to discuss the January 6th select committee’s plans to zero in on Trump’s pressure to have Pence to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
(CNN) – Marc Short discusses Jan. 6 testimony.
(Gingrich 360) – President Reagan still matters now because he showed Americans that both parties can work together for a collective goal. The current prices of gas, food, and overall cost of living must not become the new normal.
The West has been terrorised into silence Art and Islam often seem like oil and water. Other times, they behave like matches and gasoline. It is hard to believe that more than 30 years have passed since Ayatollah Khomeini issued his fatwa against Salman Rushdie for The Satanic Verses — longer ago than the fall of the […]
(National Journal) – If Republicans net 35 seats, they’d hold their biggest House majority since 1929. If they win 29 seats, they’d match the number of seats held after the 2010 midterms.
(That Will Never Work) – Recycling is one part of solving the problem… the other is having consumer products last longer so we don’t create as much garbage to begin with. That’s the thinking of this week’s guest Chris Burrage, founder of San Francisco based Proclamation Goods.
(Chasing Life) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to conversation expert and journalist Celeste Headlee about the power of listening and then heads to the hospital where some of the most difficult conversations happen every day.
(John O’Leary Blog) – Let’s not miss that chance today. In our own ways, let’s choose to make a difference like Dot.
See video here. Damon West, a Professor of Criminal Justice at The University of Houston Downtown, and a nationally known keynote speaker, appeared on KPRC 2+ Monday to discuss his new book, THE LOCKER ROOM: How Great Teams Heal Hurt, Overcome Adversity and Build Unity. West co-authored the book with motivational speaker and character development […]
(The Awesome Human Podcast) – If you want to spark your inner creativity and bust through guilt or fear around exploring it, this episode is for you!
(CBS News) – Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper joined CBS News to discuss the ongoing January 6 hearings and his new book, “A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Secretary of Defense During Extraordinary Times.”
(WSJ) – Terra’s collapse worries Janet Yellen. But as with tulip mania, a handful of investors took the losses.
(The Morning Show) – Robert Herjavec is returning to his roots a decade after he left ‘Dragons’ Den’. The Canadian business tycoon explains what he considers the perfect pitch and offers insight on the current state of the stock market and housing prices.
(Yahoo Times) – In today’s society, finger pointing has replaced accountability. Instead of owning up to our shortcomings, we increasingly want to blame others.
Sheila Bair, former FDIC chair, serves as a senior adviser to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation for Student Debt Smarter. Several years ago, after spending most of my career as a financial regulator, I became president of a small liberal arts college. One of my goals in accepting that position was to pioneer ways to […]
If, after the latest January 6 hearing, House Republicans persist in their policy of pro-Trump cover-up, American democracy is in dire peril. By David Frum In the last few minutes of today’s January 6 committee hearing, Representative Liz Cheney presented evidence of possible witness intimidation. Several witnesses, she reported, had received messages from shadowy persons purportedly close […]
Eric Termuende is helping leaders build incredible teams and tomorrow’s greatest places to work. His one-degree shift methodology enables leaders to build trust, remove friction, and create a culture of experimentation. Eric has delivered over 400 keynotes to organizations! Contact Worldwide Speakers Group to host Eric at your next conference.
(CNN) – “My kids going to school right now doesn’t allow me to sleep at night very well because of guns,” Wade told CNN’s Poppy Harlow at the Time 100 Summit.
(The Osterholm Update) – COVID Meteorology with Dr. Michael Osterholm
Richard Newman is the Founder of Body Talk. Over the past 22 years his team have trained over 120,000 business leaders around the world to improve their communication and impact, including one client who gained over $1.5 billion in new business in just one year using the strategies that Richard teaches. Contact WWSG to host Richard for a speaking engagement!
(CNN) – With guns front and center in the news these past couple of weeks, I wanted to share what I have learned over the years about what bullets do to the human body and the challenge it is for surgeons to repair the damage.
(CNBC International TV) – Harry Broadman, partner and managing director at the Berkeley Research Group and former chief of staff of the White House’s Council of Economic Advisers, discusses the outlook for inflation and the U.S. economy.
(Born Wild) – Together, we can create a sustainable future, harmonious with wildlife.
Mary Louise Kelly is co-host of All Things Considered, NPR’s flagship evening newsmagazine. She has reported from around the world, including North Korea, Iran, Iraq, Russia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Mary Louise’s memoir, It.Goes.So.Fast, is forthcoming in 2023 from Henry Holt & Company. To host her at your upcoming event, contact Worldwide Speakers Group.
Kraushaar will contribute to Axios Sneak Peek newsletter 1 big thing: Axios has hired Josh Kraushaar as a senior politics reporter and contributor to the Axios Sneak Peek newsletter. Kraushaar will lead a deep-dive Sunday column for the weekly politics newsletter. Why it matters: Kraushaar’s hire will strengthen and add value to Axios’ already seasoned politics team. With midterms […]
(Chasing Life) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with Dr. Charles Limb about his study on musical improvisation and its impact on the brain.
(Sports Business Journal) – Paretta has a long history in the automotive world, working at Aston Martin, Fiat Chrysler and Volkswagen in roles across finance, marketing and operations.
(John O’Leary Blog) – Choose to be kind to the one in front of you. Choose to invest in relationships for the long term.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss the top drug trial data coming out of the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference in Chicago.
(Fierce Healthcare) – Removing bureaucratic obstacles to innovation that discourage investment would be a commonsense move to help patients access medicine that can improve their health and wellness.
(The Awesome Human Podcast) – If you have trouble saying “no” and setting boundaries, this episode is for you!
(Mind Body Green) – To fully understand the definition of neuroplasticity, it might help to break down the actual term. Consider this: The word neuro means “brain, nerve, or nervous system.” Meanwhile, the word plasticity means “the ability to bend or be pressed into any shape.”
(Gingrich 360) – Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin are moving their states in opposite directions.
(Fox News) – State Republicans including the GOP gubernatorial nominee are pushing back
Psychiatric disorders should be cured not celebrated A child smearing her friend’s blood on herself in an attempt to play dead. Agonised parents waiting to learn if their children had survived. The death of teacher Irma Garcia’s husband immediately after she was shot and killed, leaving their four children orphaned. It has been more than a week since […]
(Audacy) – Dr. Michael Osterholm joined News Talk 830 WCCO’s Chad Hartman to discuss the state of the pandemic and shared that while vaccinated people still test positive, they are not experiencing severe illness.
(Breitbart) – The sudden spike in Monkeypox cases suggests that the virus has been spreading undetected.
(Newsman TV) – Dr. Deborah Birx explains why COVID mandates don’t encourage people to assess their individual risk level to COVID and make smart decisions regarding their health.
(CTV News) – Queen Elizabeth II was once a guest at the elegant Highclere Castle that served as the backdrop of the hit television series Downton Abbey.
(BBC Earth) – Cristina Mittermeier is a marine biologist, activist and multi-award-winning photographer who has dedicated her life to ocean conservation.
(GZERO) – Ian’s quick take – A shifting war narrative
(Seattle Times) – How do we solve the disconnect between the needs of employers and the desire of people seeking better careers?
(CRUX) – Former US Defence Secretary, Mark Esper, said that Putin’s war in Ukraine has exposed the Russian military.
(Forbes) – Overcoming Barriers to Innovation is structured to open up dialogue about why people aren’t innovating so you can identify the sources of their resistance — and solve for them.
(Straight Talk with Hank Paulson) – Jeremy Grantham
(The North State Journal) – On this Memorial Day, we honor and remember military service members who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving the United States of America.
(CNN) – The Monkeypox virus is a less-severe cousin of the Smallpox virus. Dr Sanjay Gupta says it has been spreading among younger people as they are less likely to have been inoculated against Smallpox, which was eradicated in 1977.
(The Salt Lake Tribune) – It is not often that politicians do the right thing and infuriate the most influential figure in their party and the most committed element of their political base and live to tell the tale.
(Reagan Foundation) – Roger and Secretary Esper discuss how the Pentagon addressed growing threats like terrorism, China, and a global pandemic.
(Born Wild) – The Story of an Unwanted Polar Bear Encounter, Part Two
(We Are Mitu) – Exclusively on Hogar de HGTV Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. EST, the show is all about showcasing what makes Latin American cuisine so special — and puts a spotlight on amazing Latino chefs that deserve much more recognition.
(FreightWaves) – Elaine Chao is among the very few Americans who has been appointed to two cabinet positions – U. S. Secretary of Labor (by President George W. Bush) and U. S. Secretary of Transportation (by President Donald Trump).
(New York Post) – Like so many others, my family immigrated to America in search of a better future.
(GZERO) – 2022 is the World Economic Forum most driven by geopolitics Ian Bremmer has attended.
(India Today) – Davos Brainstorming 2022 with Rahul Kanwal: Speaking to India Today’s Rahul Kanwal, Author and Political Scientist Ian Bremmer said that Europe does feel an existential threat on the basis of this invasion.
(Bloomberg) – Ian Bremmer, President of the Eurasia Group and author of The Power of Crisis discusses the state of US, China relations and the global impact of the Russia, Ukraine war.
(FOX) – Lt. Col. Allen West discusses the mass shooting of 19 children and two adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
(CBC) – David Frum, a former White House speechwriter tells Power & Politics that the abundance of guns in the U.S. is so ‘extreme’ it calls for a big cultural shift.
(The Hill) – Innovation is the lifeblood that has made America the most economically successful nation in the modern era.
Motivational speaker and author Kevin Brown is passionate about helping people and organizations embrace a simple philosophy that separates world-class organizations and high-performance people from everybody else – he calls it The HERO Effect®. Through his books and presentations, Kevin entertains, inspires, and challenges people to show up every day and make a positive difference at work and in life!
(CNN) – In this episode, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores the mysteries of this new world within us with microbiologist Brett Finlay.
(GV Wire) – To fix our broken international political system, we need a crisis.
(Gingrich 360) – Imagine how much more President Donald Trump and his team could have accomplished if they had not had to spend so much of their time and energy preparing for depositions and defending themselves against lies and false charges.
(The Atlantic) – Amid our pain and grief, we must face a bitter truth.
(The Atlantic) – It was no gaffe when the president said the U.S. would defend the island against China, but good policy.
(Wired) – It’s difficult to predict the negative impacts of an idea or invention, but certain frameworks can help entrepreneurs see a little bit further.
(Chasing Life) – Sanjay Gupta talks with environmental psychologist Mathew White about the science behind water and why we all need more Blue Space in our lives.
(Chasing Life) – We’re accompanied by billions of microorganisms. Not only that, when it comes to our health, they’re in charge.
(Fox Business) – The market is rife with ‘fear, uncertainty and doubt,’ according to Herjavec
(GZERO) – This is certainly the most crisis rich environment that you’ve ever seen in a World Economic Forum.
In “The Power of Crisis: How Three Threats – and Our Response – Will Change the World,” Bremmer looks at how we can better prepare for the global challenges ahead, as he explains to Walter Isaacson.
(NY Times) – Both Republicans peppered their speeches with repeated jabs at Stacey Abrams, the likely Democratic nominee for governor.
(The Ben Domenech Podcast) – This week, Ben sits down with former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper to discuss his new book, A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Secretary of Defense During Extraordinary Times.
(ETNT) – Here’s what to expect next with COVID-19 and new variants.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to break down the risk monkeypox poses to the U.S. and explains how the virus could disrupt daily life.
(Forbes) – Whether you’re an established brand or a start-up, identifying new market opportunities on a regular basis is key to driving growth.
(USC Schaeffer) – Innovation is the lifeblood that has made America the most economically successful nation in the modern era.
(Born Wild) – The Story of An Unwanted Polar Bear Encounter, Part One
In “Tougher than Rocket Science,” Dr. Osterholm and Chris Dall discuss the state of the pandemic in the U.S. and around the world, the approval of booster doses for 5-11 year olds in the U.S., and the duration of infectiousness from SARS-CoV-2.
(Bloomberg) – The world doesn’t move in cycles or with a grand design. Echoes of the 1970s remind us that one disaster often begets others.
“You need more than the power of science, you need people that have the commitment to implement it, to have an impact on the human condition…and the future is in the hands of young people right now” – Dr. Robert R Redfield, AM LLC Senior Medical Advisor and Former Director of the CDC
Senior Medical Advisor Dr.Robert Redfield visited San Bernardino City Unified School District to speak to ‘Health Career Pathways’ students about the importance of careers in science and health, his long career in medicine and research, including as Director of CDC, and lessons learned from COVID-19.
(PetaPixel) – Vanity Fair regularly produces a Star Wars-themed magazine that is headlined by photos taken by Annie Leibovitz. That tradition continues, and the magazine’s latest issue features four characters, both new and old.
(The Atlantic) – The Supreme Court’s ruling in his favor exposes how broken our campaign-finance law now is.
(The Dispatch) – The former defense secretary’s new book details Trump’s Afghanistan deal with the Taliban and the strike that killed Qassem Suleimani.
(Keen On) – Esper is the recipient of multiple civilian and military awards, and currently sits on several public policy and business boards.
(The Dispatch) – Joining this week’s Dispatch Podcast with Sarah is former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper.
Democrats want to create another George Floyd moment What connects the tragedies of May 25, 2020, and May 14, 2022? The straightforward answer, at least according to many in the media and on the Left, is systemic racism. On May 25, 2020, a black man was murdered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by a white police officer. The […]
(CNN) – Transcript of a conversation with Dr. Michael Osterholm.
(WSJ) – The drug will continue killing Americans until Biden decides to get control of the border.
(UHF) – Now, even as we contend with new variants, with aftershocks, with our own traumas and burnout—we must continue to pursue that seismic change.
(Axios) – Only a global response can limit the damage,” Bremmer says.
(Chasing Life) – It turns out a simple “thank you” really can go a long way.
(Globe Newswire) – Virtual summit will include technical and leadership session tracks, interactive Q&A, and exclusive access to INS1GHTS2022 Community Chat
(PR Newswire) – “Many of our guests were introduced to both Viking and Highclere Castle while watching Downton Abbey, and over the years we have continued a close friendship with the Carnarvon family as they have welcomed our guests into their home. We are very grateful that Lady Carnarvon has honored us by serving as godmother of our newest ocean ship.”
(That Will Never Work) – Listen in as Marc dissects predicaments faced by every early-stage entrepreneur… and gives tips on how to find your business sweet spot.
(Chasing Life) – It turns out a simple “thank you” really can go a long way.
(GZERO) – As painful as world crises are, there ends up being a very significant silver lining to them.
(Bloomberg) – Former US Defense Secretary Mark Esper says we need to modernize the US military, we must prepare for how to deal with China, and is glad NATO is coming together.
(NPR) – As secretary of defense for President Trump, Mark Esper was privy to a lot of the inner workings of the administration. In his new book, A Sacred Oath, he brings readers into the room with him.
The FDIC’s focus on midsize bank mergers is both misguided and unnecessary.
On Sunday, May 15, 2022, well known and much respected philanthropist Dr. James S. C. Chao, and Secretary Elaine Chao, the first Asian American woman ever appointed to the President’s cabinet are Grand Marshals to lead the first ever Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Parade in New York City.
(Face the Nation) – “It’s definitely a risk. If I were running a big company, I would be very prepared for it. If I was a consumer, I would be prepared for it. But it’s not baked in the cake.”
(The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast) – Ayaan speaks with Ian Rowe about the power of personal agency and how to build it.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are an essential part of the American story.
(Detroit News) – Former Vice President Mike Pence will return to Michigan on Tuesday in hopes of boosting a petition effort to establish tax credits and a scholarship program that could help students attend private schools.
(Face The Nation) – Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper says the committee “needs to get to the bottom of the truth of what happened on January 6, the events leading up to it, and understand it, so there’s a degree of accountability.”
(Born Wild) – The Story of the Colorado River Delta
(CNN) – As Americans reflect on the estimated one million people who have died from Covid-19, Dr. Sanjay Gupta highlights the faces and stories of those remembered.
(Delaware Online) – NFL Players Association director calls for police accountability in DSU graduation speech.
(BNN Bloomberg) – It seems the only thing certain about the outlook for the global investment landscape is uncertainty.
(Facility Executive) – Dr. Deborah Birx, world-renowned medical physician, infectious disease expert, and diplomat, will be the keynote speaker at the GBAC Symposium on Air Considerations, August 16-17, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago.
(CNN) – “Oh, and just so you’re not too shocked, once we land you’ll hardly notice anyone wearing these anymore.”
(Cruise Radio) – “Lady Carnarvon has honored us by serving as godmother to the Viking Mars, and we look forward to welcoming guests on board this beautiful new sister ship in the coming weeks.”
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to break down China’s pandemic response.
(Mediate) – CNN Newsroom co-anchor Erica Hill asked Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) why Democrats seem “so flatfooted” in the aftermath of a Supreme Court draft decision that would overturn the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade.
There are dangers to using censorship as a political tool In 1918, Woodrow Wilson’s Democratic administration passed a piece of legislation it hoped would accelerate the end of the First World War. The new law didn’t directly concern the military — nor was it a revolutionary act of foreign policy. Rather, its target was ordinary […]
(Brietbart) -Abortion debates and other diverse domestic political conflicts are damaging the nation’s superpower status and reputation worldwide, consultant Ian Bremmer told the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.
(Ammoland) – “In the military, we have a saying, it is that Warriors move to the sound of the guns. It is with sincere humility that I have consented to my nomination to be Executive Vice President of the National Rifle Association.”
(CBS News) – Former Vice President Mike Pence’s political action group has released a new national ad in Spanish, a sign that the Republican Party is continuing to ramp up its early outreach to Latino voters on a variety of issues.
(Play Crazy Game) – Forgetfulness, difficulty thinking and performing everyday tasks are normal characteristics of aging, right? According to American physician Sanjay Gupta, head of neurosurgery at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, United States, the answer to this question is “no”.
(ABC News) – ABC News’ Linsey Davis speaks to former Trump legislative affairs director Marc Short about what GOP primaries say about Trump’s influence, and how inflation and culture wars will impact midterms.
(CNN Politics) – Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper was asked a very simple question by Fox’s Bret Baier on Monday: “Do you think Donald Trump was a threat to democracy?”
(Skilled Nursing News) – “We’re not sitting here trying to figure out who owns home health or who owns dialysis facilities or who owns providers. We’re kind of going through this exercise just in nursing homes because somehow we think that that’s going to increase quality of care”
(Mesquite Local News) – Dixie State University recently celebrated the achievements of the institution’s largest-ever graduating class of 2,684 degree candidates at the university’s 111th Commencement Ceremony.
(The Atlantic) – His abilities, I never underestimated. What he was willing to do for political advancement, I did.
(CBS) – Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss the revelations he makes in his new memoir “A Sacred Oath”
(Fox) – Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich on Russian President Vladimir Putin rallying Russia on World War II victory anniversary.
(GZERO) – It is, of course, May 9th, and that means Victory Day. It’s when the Soviets were celebrating their defeat of the Nazis in World War II. The Russians of course, continued that after 1991, when the Soviet Union collapsed.
(The Texan) – Allen West says he will consent to the nomination of a draft campaign to lead the National Rifle Association.
(China Daily) – He noted that the two countries’ economies are intertwined and said many US jobs depend on selling goods to China, from agricultural products to Boeing aircraft.
(Rethink Moments) – This week’s Rethink Moment is the TED Talk on power posing that became a viral sensation – and made Amy Cuddy a threat to the academic community.
(Investment Monitor) – Harry Broadman, an expert on the Russian economy, tells Sebastian Shehadi why Russia failed to liberalise after the fall of the Soviet Union.
(Fox Business) – Kevin Hassett and Tyler Goodspeed provide insight on the former president’s tax cuts on ‘Kudlow.’
(National Journal) – Like-minded Republicans like Sen. Josh Hawley are claiming a victory in Ohio by the party’s populist faction. But they will have challenges expanding their appeal beyond reliably red states.
(Born Wild) – The Story of Mistreatment of a Matriarchal Species
Reading a book can certainly be a struggle when TV shows, movies, and social media compete for our time and attention. Reading the right book(s) can make you smarter, help improve your decision making and be a great source of entertainment. As I study people who are successful in business and life, I look for […]
(Ammoland) – In his book “A Sacred Oath,” Esper writes that Trump preferred the “clean” lines of Russian and Italian ships.
(Wall Street Journal | Opinion) – Our predictions about the law’s effects on business investment, wages and tax revenue were correct.
(Star Tribune) – In a new book, Birx describes decisions being made for political rather than medical reasons and bureaucratic morass that stifled data-gathering.
(Yahoo Finance) – The world is currently embroiled in “Cold War II” — and has been for a while — and the path ahead is lined with the geopolitics of nuclear weapons, says Niall ferguson.
(Fox News) – Fox News contributor and opinion editor of The Washington Times Charlie Hurt breaks down the key races to watch with Pete Hegseth on “Fox & Friends Weekend.”
(60 Minutes) – In his new memoir, “A Sacred Oath,” Esper writes that he had to press President Trump to send aid to Ukraine, and also walked the president back from ideas such as shooting protesters and missile strikes in Mexico.
(Tortonto Sun) – In the shadow of Russia’s appalling war against its peaceful neighbour, misguided efforts to revive the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal have continued.
(Fox News) – Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich warned about staggering food prices worldwide on the “The Ingraham Angle” Thursday, saying people have “no idea” how bad the situation could become
(BNN Bloomberg) – The National Rifle Association’s embattled leader Wayne LaPierre may face a leadership challenge from Allen West, a former congressman and ex-chairman of the Texas Republican Party.
(Local 10) – Former Vice President Mike Pence applauded the essence of a leaked draft opinion suggesting that the U.S. Supreme Court could be poised to overturn the landmark case that legalized abortion nationwide, predicting that the decision could have favorable impacts for anti-abortion candidates in midterm elections across the country.
(News Ghana) – Mr Stephen Harper, 22nd Prime Minister of Canada, says the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is arguably the freest and most democratic society in Africa.
(Newsmax TV) – Former Florida Congressman Lt. Col. Allen West reflects on the importance of the National Day of Prayer – Via Newsmax’s ‘American Agenda.’
(Fox News) – ‘So far there is not enough evidence to draw conclusions about transmissibility, severity or vaccine effectiveness’
(CBS News) – Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper says he personally killed a “ridiculous” plan from White House adviser Stephen Miller to deploy 250,000 troops to the southern border as a migrant caravan approached.
(NY Times) – It is one of the moments in his upcoming memoir that the former defense secretary described as leaving him all but speechless.
(Foreign Affairs) – Why Russia and the West Might Escalate the Fight Over Ukraine
(Niskanen Center) – Brink Lindsey speaks with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, former FDA chair, and author of Uncontrolled Spread.
(Marc Randolph) – How to collide your idea with the right audience.
(WUN) – The Preservation Society To Host Highclere Castle’s Lady Carnarvon
(Graphic) – A former Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, has commended the government for its leadership in good governance and economic progress on the African continent.
The current uproar over the leaked draft from the U.S. Supreme Court deliberations over abortion – and the rage of the pro-abortion Left over the likelihood that the conservative justices will now repeal Roe v. Wade – is, in some ways, a lot of noise about the inevitable.
(Fox Business) – Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich provides insight into how Biden’s economic policies are impacting Americans
(WVUA 23 News) – Former White House Coronavirus Response Task Force Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx spoke with CBS’ Margaret Brennan over the weekend about the new data
(Everyday Health) – What has the COVID-19 pandemic era taught us? What lessons still need to be learned?
(Fox Business) – The Hill editor-in-chief Bob Cusack and Washington Times opinion editor Charles Hurt discuss Biden’s job performance as a new Fox News poll shows his latest standing among voters, and the impact of the Roe v. Wade draft opinion leak on the 2022 midterms.
Keynote speaker was former U.S. Olympian and NFL player Johnny Quinn The TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its Annual Dinner on April 27 at RiverCrest Golf Club and Preserve, in Phoenixville. The keynote speaker, former U.S. Olympian and NFL player, Johnny Quinn, told his story of disappointment, perseverance, and success. He left the group […]
(Audacy) – News Talk 830 WCCO host Chad Hartman recently had a fight with COVID-19, and now that he is on the mend, he discussed his symptoms and concerns over long COVID with Osterholm.
(Managed Healthcare Executive) – The former FDA commissioner and Asembia keynote speaker was sanguine about the future course of the COVID-19 pandemic and biosimilars. He is concerned, though, that the CMS Aduhelm coverage decision set a bad precedent.
(AJMC) – Scott Gottlieb, MD, and Adam Fein, PhD, discussed potential fallout of the FDA Aduhelm approval and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
(The Atlantic) – Not for the first time, the president has made himself hostage to his party’s activist wing.
(Guy Benson Show) – Dr. Deborah Birx discusses her new book and the lessons learned throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Yahoo! Finance) – Niall Ferguson’s take on the current state of Russia and Ukraine, the possibility of Putin provoking NATO, and the stability within Russia and China.
(CNN) – Erica Hill asks, “Do you see this as perhaps leading to other rights tied to privacy now being perhaps up for grabs, whether that’s contraception or same-sex marriage?”
(Town Hall) – A Bridge Too Far
Dr. Dave A. Chokshi has held successive senior leadership roles that span the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. A Rhodes Scholar and White House Fellow, he is nationally recognized as a transformational leader, a clinical innovator, a policy expert, and a fierce advocate for a stronger and more equitable health system.
(GZERO) – Even the good news out of Ukraine has a dark lining at this point.
(Vogue) – Annie Leibovitz Channels ‘Coastal Grandmother’ Style at the Met Gala 2022
(CNN) – CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the struggle long hauler Covid patients are facing and a first of its kind post-Covid care center launched by Mount Sinai.
(Bloomberg) – The disruptions of Covid and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have shown the strength of the Western system and the weakness of China’s.
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson, Stanford University Hoover Institute senior fellow, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss how current macroeconomic conditions play out, what the best moves are for the Federal Reserve to curb inflation and more.
(Hampshire Live) – Lord and Lady Carnarvon have forged a new partnership to protect the historic house.
(Rethink Moments) – In this episode of Rethink Moments, Rachel is joined by David Chang – acclaimed chef, Netflix host, bestselling author, and leader of a global restaurant business.
(Forbes) – Birx said coronavirus surges in other countries—including South Africa—tend to come every four to six months, suggesting that people’s natural immunity from prior Covid-19 infections may wane over that period.
(Daily Wire) – Former vice presidential chief of staff Marc Short said that the Biden administration’s move to cancel student loan debt was “asinine.”
(Face The Nation) – Deborah Birx, former president Donald Trump’s COVID-19 response coordinator.
(CBS News) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Deborah Birx, former President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 response coordinator, that aired Sunday, May 1, 2022, on “Face the Nation.”
(Community College Daily) – Futurist Lisa Bodell said companies may consider rewarding employees for helping to weed out inefficiencies that lead to more meaningful work.
(The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast) – Ayaan speaks with Jason Hill about free speech, immigration, and the power of individual agency.
(Eat This) – Here’s why we’re not out of the woods yet.
(Nepal News) – Before leaving for Annapurna, she had made it public that she was planning to retire from climbing eight-thousanders.
(CNN) – New drone video obtained exclusively by CNN shows Russian military vehicles and forces on a Bucha street near civilian bodies.
(USA Today) – Birx spoke with Ashton before the Tuesday release of her new book, “Silent Invasion.”
(The American Conservative) – Woke lobbying made the DOJ end a successful program aimed at our biggest counterintelligence threat.
(Pulse News) – Niall Ferguson on Globalization
(National Post) – “This is the 1930s all over again,” said Harper
(The Hill) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is set to visit New Hampshire next month, marking another trip to the early presidential primary state.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss China’s pandemic response
(Newstalk ZB) – Katie Harbath joins.
(Chasing Life) – The Role of Race and Ethnicity in Medicine
Emma Lewisham: Hope is the Beauty of Circular & Carbon Positive In this bonus episode of the Jane Goodall Hopecast, Dr. Goodall is joined by Emma Lewisham, the co-founder and CEO of her own circular, climate positive and transparent beauty line. Emma believes strongly in responsible sourcing and sustainable packaging and has a zero-tolerance policy for […]
(WGLT) – Ray LaHood joins the podcast.
(CNN Health) – Dr. Birx describes what it was like working in Trump’s White House
(ABC News) – Detailed in her new book “Silent Invasion,” Birx shared with ABC News’ Dr. Jennifer Ashton behind-the-scene insights into her experience as coordinator on Donald Trump’s coronavirus task focus.
(kake) – “We need to stop just observing the problem and begin addressing the problem.”
(GZERO) – The Ukraine war and Russian sanctions are causing a global food crisis.
(WGLT) – LaHood says social media allows for statements to be made without having to look someone in the face and he says legitimate media outlets need to help provide facts to brace against misinformation campaigns.
(Hospital Review) – This discussion should be more nuanced and focus on the quality of masking, epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, PhD, said in an April 24 interview with ABC News.
(MSNBC) – David Frum joins Morning Joe to discuss the move.
(Good Morning America) – Dr. Deborah Birx’s new book, “Silent Invasion: The Untold Story of the Trump Administration, Covid-19, and Preventing the Next Pandemic Before It’s Too Late,” touches on her tenure in the White House.
(Business Insider India) – “I’m not leaving the Capitol”
(The Philadelphia Inquirer) – Girardi managed Cabrera with the Marlins and once saw the young star come up with an unorthodox hit.
(Daily Times) – Manager Joe Girardi hoping consistency breeds production from his lineup
(ABC News) – Member of Ukrainian Parliament Yevheniia Kravchuk, Dr. Michael Osterholm & Lt. Gen. Doug Lute
(Straight Talk) – Hank Paulson with Sally Jewell
(ABC) – White House COVID response coordinator reveals details before book release.
(Forbes) – I focus on simplifying the path to meaningful work and innovation.
(Rethink Moments) – In this episode of Rethink Moments, Rachel is joined by former Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, to unpack how society views female leaders
(The Hill) – Gottlieb sees ‘transition year’ for COVID
(Fox News) – Allen West calls on the US to live up to the Budapest Memorandum
(KCCI) – Former Vice President Mike Pence spent his Saturday in Iowa speaking at the annual Lincoln Highway Dinner in Ames.
(ABC News) – “This is not going to be the last of the need for public health measures.”
(Face the Nation) – The latest on vaccines for children with Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, April 24, 2022, on “Face the Nation.”
(GZERO) – Yes, said the majority of respondents in a recent GZERO poll.
(National Geographic) – The Disney+ Earth Day special “Explorer: The Last Tepui,” from National Geographic, follows elite climber Alex Honnold (“Free Solo”) and a world-class climbing team led by National Geographic Explorer and climber Mark Synnott on a grueling mission deep in the Amazon jungle as they attempt a first-ascent climb up a 1000 foot sheer cliff.
(Caladan Oceanic) – Dr Deo Florence Onda, Oceanographer, dives with Victor Vescovo to the third-deepest spot on Earth, Emden Deep in the Philippine Trench. Dr Deo becomes the deepest-diving Filipino and, with Victor, the first to dive to the bottom of the Philippine Trench.
(The Hub) – In this excerpt of the latest episode of Frum Dialogues, David Frum explains why as a young man he was skeptical that Canada needed a Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
(Newsmax) – Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) sounds the alarm on the US military focusing on wokeness rather than combat readiness under the Biden Administration.
(New York Times) – “Silent Invasion,” an insider’s look at the Trump administration’s pandemic policies, is earnest and exhaustive, our reviewer says.
(Ted Talks) – This talk represents the speaker’s personal views and experiences with suicidal ideation
(Washington Post) – This is the first of four columns outlining the potential for a dramatic shift in the American political and governmental system.
(GZERO) – Russian troops are moving into the Donbas but Ukraine has a lot of military capability.
(Shoot Magazine) – Leibovitz will be awarded the President’s Award for Lifetime Contributions to Advertising by Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief, Vogue.
(CNN) – CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the ruling from a federal judge in Florida which resulted in several airlines and Amtrak lifting their mask mandates for travelers.
(Chasing Life) – Most of us love the sensation of the sun on our skin or the sound of the ocean, but nature doesn’t just feel good; it’s also good for us!
(Washington Post) – “We think of ourselves like the National Weather Service, but for infectious diseases,” said Caitlin Rivers, an epidemiologist and associate director for science at the initiative, run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(Fox) – Fox News contributor predicts Musk will own Twitter and make it a place the left will ‘hate’
(GZERO) – Watching as we near “Victory Day”, May 9th, which is going to be anything but for Putin.
(The Atlantic) – Only those conversant with the pro-Trump right’s myths and legends will be able to decipher the Republican National Committee’s latest decision.
(Global Times) – The focus with the Paulson Prize for Sustainability is to discover the turning points, the opportunities, and the scalable ideas that make our world stronger and more resilient with sustainable solutions as we transform to a low carbon economy.
(Bloomberg) – Beijing oversold its surveillance-based system of disease control and underestimated the shape-shifting virus. The result is an economic mess — though probably not a political crisis.
(Anderson Coper 360º) – Given Bucha, and Borodianka, the leveling of Mariupol, attacks on hospitals, and use of anti-personnel weapons on civilians, it is not hard to make a case that Russian tactics in Ukraine amount to war crimes.
With captivating stories from his time in SEAL training, his numerous military deployments, and his pursuit of athletic excellence at the Paralympic Games, Dan will leaves audiences both in awe of one man’s will and inspired to take on the challenges in their own lives.
Matt Doherty is a respected business consultant and leadership development expert. He played and coached basketball at University of North Carolina, starting on the 1982 National Championship team with NBA great Michael Jordan and continuing on to coach the team later in life. He led the Tar Heels to the 2001 regular season ACC Championship […]
(GZERO) – Russia’s war in Ukraine has put China in an awkward spot: they condemn the invasion, but not the invader.
(CNBC) – The Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer joins Morning Joe for a discussion on recent remarks from Putin that Russia cannot be isolated from the rest of the world.
(VOGUE) – Annie Leibovitz photographs Rhianna for her seventh VOGUE cover.
(Straight Talk) – Hank Paulson with Carter Roberts
(GZERO) – Russia’s war in Ukraine has put China in an awkward spot: they condemn the invasion, but not the invader.
(CNN) – “This is not sustainable” is a common refrain.
(Chasing Life) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to Professor John Schwieter about what’s happening in the brain when we learn a new language and the potential health benefits of being bilingual.
(GZERO) – In China, the zero-COVID policy means that they’ve got still major lockdowns.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss China’s response to a spike in Covid-19 infections in Shanghai.
(FOX) – Shanghai has reported more than 73,000 positive infections since March.
(The Atlantic) – Even at this maximum moment of global sympathy, international assistance to Ukraine is falling far short of its needs.
(Mediaite) – CNN correspondent David Culver warned on Monday that the coronavirus lockdown in Shanghai this year will be worse than the one in Wuhan in 2020.
(CBS) – The new HBO documentary “Tony Hawk: Until the Wheels Fall Off” has no shortage of thrills. But it also shows a more vulnerable side of the legendary skateboarding champ.
(CBS) – Lady Carnarvon brought life back to Highclere Castle through people, by bringing tours, special events and more.
Mythical struggles are the tool of the despot The images emerging from Bucha are haunting. Dead civilians line the streets, many with their hands bound behind their backs. They are the victims of systematic executions, left to rot before the Russians decided to retreat. Reports of such atrocities always strike a chord across Western Europe and North America. […]
(War on the Rocks) – Taiwan faces formidable geographic and technological disadvantages in the face of a looming military threat from the mainland.
(GZERO) – After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, much of the world may be running away from Vladimir Putin right now — but they’re not running toward the US, Ian Bremmer explains on GZERO World.
(UWL) – In Locke and Gow’s discussion, they first discussed international relations between the United States and China as well as ties to Russia and Ukraine.
(CBS) – Former U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke, who is now interim president of Bellevue College, spoke with CBS News anchors Meg Oliver and Tanya Rivero about China’s efforts to drum up sympathy for Russia.
(MedPage Today) – Redfield: “I was shocked to see how under-resourced the agency was”
In trying to help Republicans win back a congressional majority in the fall, Pence may be helping himself for a White House run in 2024.
(Audacity) – Dr. Osterholm joins the Chad Hartman radio show.
(Business Live) – The decision by Chinese officials to hide the truth about the coronavirus and the dangers it posed ensured its spread around the world.
(Foc) – President Zelenskyy has shown us that one person can make a huge difference in a country’s battle for survival.
(International Business Times) – Gottlieb also suggested that this did not mean a fresh wave of infections is over the horizon.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb believes the U.S. this spring will avoid a “national wave” of infection related to the more contagious.
(GZERO) – With evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine mounting, how will the West respond?
(Chasing Life) – Why do we have such strong emotional connections to music? Well, the answer lies in our brains.
(GZERO) – Authoritarians like Putin believe they are triumphing over democracy.
(NWI Times) – Nicklen urged people frustrated about issues like climate change to get involved.
(GZERO) – Ten years from now, Stubb anticipates a Russia that will be as isolated as North Korea is today.
(Fox) – Pence will visit the state’s capital city to speak during the April 30 commencement at Columbia International University.
(Bloomberg) – Most conflicts end quickly, but this one looks increasingly like it won’t. The repercussions could range from global stagflation to World War III.
(Person Place Thing) – “We have gotten vaccinated not just to protect ourselves but to protect our communities.”
(American Optimist) – Esper dissects Russia’s military weaknesses and explains how its invasion of Ukraine may ultimately strengthen NATO and change China’s calculations with regard to Taiwan.
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(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss the nation’s ongoing pandemic response and more.
(Fox) – Marc Short joins Mornings with Maria to discuss oil and the Administration’s agenda.
(The Tanya Acker Show) – Tanya talks to the former National Security Advisor about Russia’s war on Ukraine; the U.S. response; and the potential implications for China and Taiwan.
(CNN) – The FDA has authorized a second Covid-19 booster for some individuals. CNN medical analyst and emergency room physician Dr. Leana Wen discusses who does and doesn’t need an extra dose.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains aphasia.
(Advancing America Freedom) – Mike Pence announces his Freedom Agenda.
(Advancing American Freedom) – Former Vice President releases his freedom agenda.
(Yahoo! Finance) – Tyler Goodspeed joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss President Biden’s proposed billionaire tax, interest rate hikes, deficit reduction, and inflation.
(The Atlantic) – Seven hours and 37 minutes of missing phone records on January 6 suggest consciousness of guilt.
(The Atlantic) – The calls to overturn the 2020 election results were coming from inside the White House.
(Daily Mail) – The campaign wants to ‘improve the representation of all people who travel in marketing materials’
(Chasing Life) – Sanjay Gupta talks to clinical psychologist Ellen Hendriksen about what’s really going on in our brains when we experience social anxiety and how we can shift that self-doubt into something positive.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss China’s zero-Covid policy and more.
(Kevin Pho Podcast) – I suspect that many people view such data as interesting—but not exactly surprising. We have always known that sometimes there is little we can do medically to help a person until we have attended to their so-called social determinants of health (SDOH).
(UnHerd) – (Opinion) Lia Thomas should not compete against women.
(GZERO) – Vladimir Putin sees the response to Ukraine as the West being at war with Russia.
(Kevin Pho Podcast) – Now is the time to harness the same energy for the opioid crisis.
(UnHerd) – It’s time to show what ‘burden sharing’ means.
(The Atlantic) – Ukraine claims something more than sympathy from the democratic world. It claims membership.
(Bloomberg) – Biden is making a colossal mistake in thinking he can bleed Russia dry, topple Putin and signal to China to keep its hands off Taiwan.
(China Global) – Dr. Evan Feigenbaum joins.
(Bloomberg) – Russia has failed to achieve any of its major objectives in Ukraine, former U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Tuesday.
(FOX) – Marc Short joins Fox News to discuss the Biden Admin’s attack on energy independence.
Mailbag: From Tanzania to Germany, Jane Answers Hopecaster Messages About How Anyone with Passion and Empathy Can Make a Difference In this mailbag episode of the Hopecast, Dr. Goodall is joined by Guy Kawasaki, author, speaker, entrepreneur, chief evangelist of Canva, and the creator of Guy Kawasaki’s ‘Remarkable People’ podcast, as they hear from Hopecasters […]
Transcending industry, geography and upbringing, here are the five core beliefs shared by hundreds of the world’s most successful innovators. n our turbulent business climate, we all seek new pathways to growth and success. Yes, winning can be elusive in these times of dizzying speed and ruthless competition. Companies like Tesla, Amazon, Netflix and JetBlue […]
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer reflects on his PhD work on Russians in Ukraine after the USSR collapsed.
(Nikkei Asia) – New diplomatic infrastructure will take years to build.
(Washington Post) – Luckily, Lincoln did not have to contend with the brave warriors of Twitter, or we would still be fighting the Civil War.
(Chasing Life) – CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to social media researcher Prof. Dar Meshi about what social media is doing to our brains, and why we need to set healthy boundaries around our social media use.
Charlie Hurt’s determined, assertive approach to examining and reporting on U.S. politics is unrivaled. He is a prominent voice of American conservatism following more than two decades of reporting on politics for various top media resources. His podcast, Politically Unstable launched in 2019 and offers succinct recaps of what is going on in the government […]
(Gingrich 360) – President Biden could go to Brussels to announce a strategy for defeating Putin in Ukraine.
(GZERO) – Ian interviews Stubb, former Finnish PM who sayd Putin has backed himself into a corner & won’t back down on Ukraine.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss whether the U.S. could soon see another surge in Covid-19 cases.
(FOX) – Hudson Institute senior fellow Michael Pillsbury weighs in on China’s push for global supremacy on ‘The Next Revolution.’
(Washington Post) – Pence is beginning to distance himself from Trump as he takes increasingly overt steps toward a White House bid of his own.
(UnHerd) – Immigrants have become a tool of war.
(Kevin Pho Podcast) – Family doctors everywhere are searching out more sustainable career paths for themselves, leading to so much career variety that the very label family doctor starts losing its preferred connotation
(Lauren Green’s Lighthouse Faith) – Being a good citizen is everyone’s civic responsibility.
(Face the Nation) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says he doesn’t think “we’re going to see a big wave of infection” from the BA.2 variant, “but we’re going to see some uptick from where we are right now.”
(Face the Nation) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, March 20, 2022, on “Face the Nation.”
(Daily Mail) – This could be one – but ONLY if the West gets better leadership, argues Niall Ferguson.
(Fox Business) – Former speaker of the House gives his take on a new Iran deal allowing Russia to build a controversial nuclear plant on ‘Kudlow.’
As a 35-year veteran of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Eric Rosengren is one of modern times’ most knowledgeable experts on financial markets and institutions. He served on the Fed’s Open Market Committee during some of the most turbulent periods in the past 50 years, including the Great Financial Crisis and the Pandemic. An […]
(Fox) – Newt Gingrich tells Laura Ingraham the Left has always been prepared to smother anybody who disagrees with them.
(Newsmax) – Allen West joins Newsmax.
(Fox) – WWSG exclusive thought leader Michael Pillsbury says a peace deal is necessary.
(Her Story) – Verma’s tenure at CMS, and noted difficulties and opportunities related to lowering the costs of healthcare at a national scale.
(Inquirer) – Unvaccinated foreign visitors aren’t allowed to enter Canada and the Phillies play the Blue Jays in Toronto on July 12-13.
(Politico) – We’ve reached another one of those unsettling, too-good-to-be-true moments in the pandemic.
(GZERO) – The PMs of Poland, Slovenia, the Czech Republic visit Zelensky in Kyiv, while it’s being bombed.
(GZERO) – Zelensky’s ability to directly engage with the masses and Congress is astonishingly strong.
Jenna Johnson: Hope is Companies Leading Solutions and Lifting Up Voices for Change In this episode of the Hopecast, Dr. Jane Goodall speaks with Jenna Johnson, Head of Patagonia Inc. Through her work at Patagonia, Jenna brings environmental stewardship to the company’s technical innovation. She is also an avid rock climbing and trail sports enthusiast. […]
(CNBC) – Low levels of immunity are complicating China’s efforts to limit spread during its surge in cases of the new Covid omicron BA.2 subvariant, Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday.
(Washington Times) – Washington Times Opinion Editor Charlie Hurt joins Andy Parks with a look back at how the loudest voices in political conversation are the most out of touch with regular voters.
(The Atlantic) – Ending America’s foolish subsidies for ethanol could aid Ukraine.
(CBS New York) – The city’s top health official is stepping down Monday after guiding New York City through most of the pandemic. Dr. Dave Chokshi was named city health commissioner in August 2020. He spoke with CBS2’s Jessica Moore.
(New York Times) – Dr. Dave Chokshi led the city through the pandemic and is proud of its aggressive measures to combat the virus.
(NextNow) – Cheryl Cran talks about some patterns in challenges in hybrid workplace such as an increase in silos if we are not careful.
(CNN) – CNN’s Poppy Harlow interviews the Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh about how COVID-19 has impacted the nature of work.
(CNN) – CNN’s Poppy Harlow interviews the Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh about how COVID-19 has impacted the nature of work.
(Chasing Life) – When astronaut Christina Koch embarked on her 11-month spaceflight, she knew it would be a record-breaking mission; what she didn’t know is that she would return to Earth just at the start of a global pandemic.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ two years into the pandemic to discuss lessons learned and the latest Covid-19 headlines.
(GZERO) – If Ukraine impacts the China & the US/Europe relationship, it would change the global order.
(GZERO) – Russia’s war will strengthen trans-Atlantic cooperation beyond security – including global health.
(Forbes) – Osterholm’s common sense epidemiological world view, that is, that simple solutions and planning can yield large benefits, is clear in the report.
(Nikkei Asia) – Xi will ponder whether China could handle sanctions over Taiwan, historian Niall Ferguson says.
While superstar Jessica Alba needs no introduction, it’s important to point out that beyond her accomplishments on-screen, Ms. Alba has an honest and true desire to improve the lives of others–both through her extensive charity service and with her company, Honest, which specializes in safe products for home and personal care. Jessica Alba exemplifies leading […]
(Modern Healthcare) – The pandemic has placed a bright spotlight on the challenges nursing homes face—both for-profit and not-for-profit—and the need for solutions.
(Yahoo Finance) – I am a longstanding critic of the current student loan program because of its fundamental misalignment of incentives, putting all the risks on students and taxpayers, with little accountability for colleges to make sure loans are affordable and students actually receive a meaningful education that will help them secure good incomes and jobs.
(JNS) – “Great honor for Karen Pence and I to travel to Hebron today to visit the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs at the Cave of Machpelah that Abraham bought to bury Sarah nearly 4,000 years ago,” Pence tweeted, adding that Abraham is revered by three “great world religions.”
(CNN) – We must realize that America’s health is dependent on the health of all the other patients on the planet: When any one of us is at risk, we are all at risk.
(Yahoo Finance) – In announcing the extension to May 1, the president and his administration strongly communicated that payment obligations would resume and that borrowers needed to prepare.
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson of the Hoover Institution says the media has encouraged a mistaken assumption that the Ukrainians can hold out.
(Sinica) – Evan offers a very compelling analysis of the difficult position that Beijing now finds itself in after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
(Washington Times) – Kamala Harris tries ‘nimble and swift’
(CNN) – Former Vice President Mike Pence visited the Ukraine-Poland border on Thursday, meeting with refugees from Ukraine escaping the Russian invasion of their country.
(Bloomberg) – The EU and U.S. should make clear to Beijing that Russian recklessness is undermining its global objectives.
(CNBC) – Our programs must start upstream to prevent loneliness and to grow and sustain a wider sense of belonging in all of our communities
(GZERO) – “Our first role should be to our own people,” Pakistan’s former Foreign Minister Hina Khar.
(GZERO) – Putin is hellbent on removing Zelensky from power and capturing Kyiv.
Drew Brees is the legendary former quarterback for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. He is a 2009 Super Bowl champion and MVP, holding the NFL record for most passing yards of all time and the most consecutive games with a touchdown pass. Beyond his accomplishments on the field, Drew founded The […]
(The Atlantic) – The food shock of 2022 is not a good-news story. But our “bad” is less bad than ever before.
(GZERO) – The Europeans are not willing or able to go as far as the US on a Russian oil ban.
(Chasing Life) – CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to author Rahaf Harfoush about being a recovering workaholic, and how we should all rethink our relationship to our jobs.
Laila Ali is a world-class athlete, fitness & wellness advocate, TV host, home chef, founder of the Laila Ali Lifestyle Brand, and mother of two. The youngest daughter of late beloved global icon and humanitarian, Muhammad Ali, she is a two-time hall of famer and four-time undefeated boxing world champion, whose stellar record includes 24 […]
One of the most distinguished coaching careers in National Football League history officially concluded when Dick Vermeil announced his retirement from professional football in 2006. Vermeil spent 15 seasons as an NFL head coach and was a member of the league’s coaching fraternity for 19 seasons. In addition, Vermeil has had a prestigious career as […]
(Washington Times) – Chicken hawks and turncoats crow for another oil war.
(NextNow) – Liam Martin shares his keen insights on the future workplace and why remote is here to stay.
(Bloomberg) – Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce and ambassador to China, Gary Locke, discusses China’s stance on Russia-Ukraine war. He speaks with David Westin on Bloomberg’s “Balance of Power.”
(NBC) – Former Vice President Mike Pence will be speaking at the University of Virginia next month.
(CNBC) – Former U.S. Congresswoman Donna Edwards and Mick Mulvaney, former acting White House chief of staff, join CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss inflation, higher energy prices and more.
(CNBC) – Mark Esper joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and what it means to the balance of power in Europe going forward.
(NPR) – China, though, is watching carefully. NPR’s Beijing correspondent, Emily Feng, reports.
(GZERO) – Putin would have been radically better off if he had never invaded Ukraine.
(The Octavian Report) – “Everyone presumes that China is the senior partner and Russia is the junior. That’s intuitive. But Beijing is now carrying a hell of a lot of freight for Moscow.”
(Home Care Mag) – Seema Verma speaks.
(The Atlantic) – In his State of the Union address, President Biden embraced one of Trump’s worst ideas.
(MSNBC) – Former Chief of Staff to Vice President MIke Pence Marc Short discusses the January 6. committee’s claims that Former President Trump and campaign members were involved in a criminal conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election.
(ABC) – Why is Vladimir Putin so hellbent on pulling Ukraine back into the Russian empire by force? Ferguson explains.
(Washington Times) – Lies like the devil, warps history, resurrects Trump.
(CBS) – Former White House chief of staff and former Homeland Security secretary Gen. John Kelly speaks with CBS News about whether Moscow has the resources to take Kyiv.
Mark Esper, former defense secretary under Trump and author of “A Sacred Oath” joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the endgame for war in Ukraine, his position on what’s acceptable in terms of a withdrawal and whether he sees opportunity for a diplomatic resolution to war in Ukraine.
(Bloomberg) – Historian Niall Ferguson discusses Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and its implications for China’s stance on Taiwan. He speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”
(FOX) – Former Trump national security adviser Robert O’Brien tells ‘The Story with Martha MacCallum’ that Ukrainian president Zelenskyy is a true ‘patriot,’ compared to Putin who’s invading his country.
(The Hill) – Major economies in the West need fossil fuels piped in from the East, so Putin has the leverage — and the money — to undermine the security and economic independence of our allies.
(CEIP) – Even though the U.S. economic role in Asia is growing in absolute terms, it is receding in relative terms, which means that, to lead, Washington should be leaning harder on the other traditional pillar of its economic leadership, which was to be a rule writer and standard setter.
(CEIP) – Even though the U.S. economic role in Asia is growing in absolute terms, it is receding in relative terms, which means that, to lead, Washington should be leaning harder on the other traditional pillar of its economic leadership, which was to be a rule writer and standard setter.
Michelle Poler is the Founder of Hello Fears, a social movement empowering millions to step outside of the comfort zone and tap into their full potential. Her humorous and inspiring speaking style has been captivating audiences across the globe. Through authentic storytelling, engaging visuals, and sharing her 100 Days Without Fear experience, Michelle will show […]
This episode of the Hopecast features a conversation between two “one and only” icons: Dr. Jane Goodall and celebrated author, inventor, and environmentalist Margaret Atwood brought together through an interview for Harper’s Bazaar’s March issue and for Women’s History Month. Margaret has written over 50 books of various genres including The Handmaid’s Tale, a renowned dystopian novel that […]
(Chasing Life) – How do pets impact our bodies and brains?
(CNBC) – Dr. Evan Feigenbaum joins.
(CNN) – Former Defense Secretary under Donald Trump, Mark Esper, discusses what’s at stake for the world as fighting escalates in Ukraine.
(Forbes) – From stronger consumer loyalty to better employee retention, simplifying how your company operates today is key to remaining relevant in the future.
(The Reformed Broker) – Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia group and GZERO Media talks about the current conflict in Eastern Europe and what the implications will be for the global economy and your portfolio.
(The Atlantic) – The Fed and the European Central Bank move hard, fast, and together.
(Bloomberg) – Rampant inflation, foreign policy fiascoes and failed sanctions — is America back in a national malaise?
(GZERO) – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine comes with an unintended consequence: NATO unity.
(Jane Goodall Hopecast) – Join Dr. Goodall as she speaks with author, botanist, decorated professor, and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Robin Wall Kimmerer.
(NY Times) – There is no world leader today with a better track record when it comes to using military power than President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.
(CEIP) – Beijing’s strategy has been more supple in the past, so its evolution suggests that it has dramatically leaned toward Moscow.
(Anderson Cooper 360) – Steve Hall is the former CIA Chief of Russia. He joins AC360 to discuss what Putin’s rationale could be for invading Ukraine.
(GZERO) – The Ukrainian government will surely fall, likely flee, and end up in exile.
(JI) – The former national security advisor joined JI’s Limited Liability Podcast.
(FOX) – Do public health officials understand why people don’t trust them?
(Mike Walsh) – TGRT is one of the leading news channels in Turkey and Asligul is a well-known TV journalist with a reputation for her exclusive interviews with internationally-acclaimed figures in different fields from business, politics and science to arts, culture and sports.
(WSJ) – America and its allies can wean Europe off its dependence on energy imported from Russia.
(FOX) – Former vice president reacts to the latest developments on the Russia-Ukraine crisis on ‘Hannity.’
(Axios) – O’Brien believes helping Ukraine defend itself is in the U.S. interest and won’t detract from U.S. efforts to address China’s aggression in the Indo-Pacific.
Author and biographer Jimmy Soni explores PayPal’s turbulent early days.
(Nikkei) – Outside actors prove increasingly reluctant to intervene.
(The Atlantic) – Beyond the imminent threat of violence, Russia is poised to upend the global energy market.
(Unherd) – Western leaders are crippled by Covid illiberalism.
(Anderson Cooper 360) – The U.S. expects Russian troops to move into the Donbas region as soon as Monday evening or Tuesday for what Putin called a “peacekeeping” mission.
(GZERO) – Who benefits from a weak dollar? China’s yuan, which Dalio says will become “digital gold.”
(Chasing Life) – Public health experts have been warning for years about a looming “loneliness epidemic” in the United States, with serious potential impacts on our mental and physical health.
(GZERO) – Diplomacy has failed between the US, its allies & the Russians.
(Real Clear Defense) – Air supremacy will be one of the most important aspects that will define future warfare.
(FOX) – The American people are waking up to the fact that too many public health leaders have not always been straight with them.
(Quillette) – What is Vladimir Putin trying to get out of the current crisis? The restoration of Russian status on the world stage, and a return to the days when Russia had a powerful voice in European affairs.
(GZERO) – Clarence Page discusses the past and future of the struggle for Black voting rights in America.
(Bloomberg) – From Waterloo to the Ukraine crisis, fears of conflict have moved interest rates, boosted commodities prices and won (and lost) people fortunes.
(TED Talks) – In this energetic and inspiring talk, recorded at TEDxEustis 2020, Johnny Crowder details the difficulties and pitfalls of trying to grow as a person. Utilizing his personal story, Crowder reveals the ways your human brain can short circuit your attempts to improve and shares the methods and tools you can use to sustain desired changes and grow as a person.
Jimmy Soni’s book tells the story of how an ensemble of entrepreneurs, including Elon Musk and Peter Thiel, helped the online payment system prevail.
(GZERO) – Who said last year that the biggest source of chaos in the present-day world is the US?
(The Hill) – We need to shift the focus to a greater understanding of how protected we are from it and other variants that may emerge.
(CNBC) – Mark Esper joins CNBC “Squawk on the Street” to discuss the potential invasion of Ukraine from Russian forces, and how the Biden Administration and NATO could deter further Russian aggression.
(TIME) – We’ve gradually found a way to coexist with this virus. Now we need a glide path to what normal becomes and a new math to guide how we adapt to COVID-19 even if we never fully defeat it.
(Washington Times) – Washington Times Opinion Editor Charlie Hurt gives his take on the explosive allegations in the Durham probe.
(Maptia) – In one of the most astonishing underwater hunts I have ever seen, I witnessed the intelligent and calculated behaviour of sailfish working in unison to control bait balls thousands strong, wielding their giant dorsal fins and powerful bills to great effect in the hunt.
(GZERO) – Crypto fans insist the tech is anonymous, secure, and unhackable. Critics say it’s a Ponzi scheme.
(GZERO) – Chinese on the rise, while America is declining? Does this mean investors should bet on China?
(The Hill) – The FDA is vital to their solutions; more than a year into a new administration, it is long past time to have confirmed leadership at the FDA.
(ABC) – “The number one issue is the border. And also safety and security,” said West, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel.
(Chasing Life Podcast) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta dives into the neuroscience of the teen brain to figure out how teens make decisions and weigh risks.
(The Defining Fulfillment Podcast) – True fulfillment is created from within and defining it is the first step in experiencing the happiness you desire in life.
(The List) – The cost of running such a castle doesn’t come cheap, with the Countess of Carnarvon telling The Telegraph that it costs about £1 million (roughly $1.3 million) a year just to keep Highclere Castle running.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer’s Quick Take: Diplomacy is still happening, but both sides are still far apart.
(The Virginian Pilot) – Mark Esper’s memoir of his time as Donald Trump’s Army secretary and fifth defense secretary — ending in his firing by tweet after the 2020 election — is on for May.
(Hospice News) – “When it came to hospice, I think the issue there was looking at the data – and the volatility in the data,” Verma said. “We weren’t seeing consistency across the board.”
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins ‘Squawk Box’ to explain why Pfizer and the FDA delayed the company’s application for its Covid-19 vaccine in young children.
(Forbes) – Dr. Deborah Birx, the onetime face of the Trump Administration’s pandemic response, has written a memoir she says documents “the full extent” of what she experienced during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic amid the former president’s term and will “expose the true cost of mistakes.”
(NY Post) – The CDC should amend its guidance to recommend lifting mask guidance in areas experiencing low rates of the virus, the FDA’s former head said Sunday.
(Face the Nation) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the FDA moved to delay a decision on vaccines for kids under 5 due to new data about the efficacy of the shots.
(Face the Nation) – The CDC is setting a national standard and there’s still parts of the country that have a lot of Omicron infection, not every part of the country is through this wave of the epidemic.
(The Atlantic) – If a crackdown on protesters goes bad, the negative consequences may not be confined to the country.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta examines actor and comedian Bob Saget’s autopsy report and says the report reveals what seems to be signs of a significant blow to the head.
(Washington Journal) – Joe Grogan, former director of the White House Domestic Policy Council under President Trump, talked about the Biden administration’s pandemic and mental health policies.
A mixture of ambition, rivalry, smarts and luck made PayPal an early Silicon Valley success story.
(CNN) – CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how to identify symptoms of a serious head injury and what action should be taken after Bob Saget’s family reveals the comedian died from the result of head trauma.
(Minnesota Now) – What are we going to do better next time than we’ve done for omicron, which has literally broken many of our health care systems around the country.
(Tennesseean) – Leaders must work to keep school children in the classroom as a public health matter. Test-to-Stay is a COVID era tool that helps schools stay open.
(GZERO) – For Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Clarence Page, new voting laws in some Republican-led states could help Donald Trump do in 2024 what he failed to do in 2020.
(Tyler Paper) – Republican candidate for governor Allen West visited Tyler on Tuesday where he discussed his plans for Texas.
(Home Health Care News) – Speaking at the Home Care 100 conference Tuesday, she expressed enthusiasm for a new era of data-tracking and technology, as well as value-based care, Medicare Advantage and hospital at home.
(Chasing Live) – Love is in the air… but today we’re talking neurochemicals, not roses!
(Sportico) – Brave people will step into this breach and demand change, and we will join them.
(GZERO) – Until the 1965 Voting Rights Act, Black people in America who wanted to vote faced impossible poll questions and literacy tests.
(GZERO) – Does Big Tech really understand AI? Ian Bremmer talks to former Google CEO Eric Schmidt & co-author of “The Age of AI: And Our Human Future,” who believes we need to control AI before it controls us.
(The National Herald) – Esper’s lawyer, Mark S. Zaid, said in a statement on Friday that the Pentagon had reversed its stance on “the overwhelming majority” of material that officials had deemed classified and thus not for publication.
(CBS) – I still believe it was important to get baseline immunity in children ahead of the Omicron wave.
(NYT) – Dr. Gottlieb, who sits on the board of the vaccine maker Pfizer, said that he hopes key data expected on Friday will shed additional light on whether the federal government should grant emergency authorization for two doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine for children in this age group.
(Bloomberg) – Long-run financial history suggests that negative interest rates are not unusual and that DeFi is a bona fide revolution.
(National Review) – On Sunday, Short described his experience on January 6, 2021 when a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol as Congress met to certify the electoral votes.
(The Atlantic) – Bernie Moreno used to be the perfect Republican candidate. Then Donald Trump took over.
(USA Today) – Closed schools hurt not only students but also parents, our economy and health care. Increase COVID testing to help keep schools and workplaces open.
(Financial Times) – The Fed needs to reverse course on regulatory easing to ensure financial stability when borrowing costs increase.
(The Hill) – Millions of Americans were deeply moved by the efforts and sacrifice of the men and women behind the wheel.
The MXU Podcast) – NASA Astronaut Shane Kimbrough joins the guys to celebrate our 100th episode.
(GZERO) – Putin believes Russians and Ukrainians are one people, but most Ukrainians disagree.
(Washington Examiner) – I hope our country continues to increase our collective recognition of the contributions of this community.
Melissa Stockwell’s captivating personal story of overcoming grief and hardship leaves audiences simultaneously touched and motivated. Her keynote speeches inspire and remind attendees that there is always a silver lining and it’s never too late to grow and improve. “I am thankful daily for those that have helped me live a life of sport. It […]
(USC Schaeffer) – There is still time for CMS to reverse field and issue a final determination that rewards innovation and keeps hope alive for millions of people who are trying to avoid one of the nation’s most brutal, impoverishing diseases.
(Chasing Life) – CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to neurobiologist Michael Yassa about how memories are stored in the brain, why we forget, and what we’ve gotten wrong about how it’s supposed to work.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer’s Quick Take: A Ukraine invasion won’t happen while Putin is in Beijing.
(GZERO) – Putin has responded to Western diplomacy with demands that are impossible to meet.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss the new subvariant of the omicron Covid variant, known as BA.2.
(Face the Nation) – You know, the question is, does this change the decision space? I don’t think it does. I don’t think it really changes the narrative.
(Bloomberg) – Authoritarian regimes tend to boast about themselves and denigrate their rivals. President Xi Jinping’s China is no exception.
(Face the Nation) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the extent of Omicron infection in the U.S. should provide strong immunity against a new variant of Omicron known as BA.2.
(The Atlantic) – Four core ideas from President George W. Bush’s most famous speech have survived as enduring foundations of U.S. security policy.
(The Atlantic) – Russia-Ukraine is becoming a trial of strength between different parts of the conservative universe.
The startup took home the People’s Choice award at the national tech summit held this week in Tampa.
(The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast) – Ayaan speaks with Speaker Newt Gingrich about growing up in the 1950s and ’60s, and how life differs today.
(WSJ) – The agency that oversees the program is operating outside its legal lane to deny coverage of an innovative new therapy.
(Washington Times) – We saw what a disaster Biden was at ending the war in Afghanistan. Who on earth would trust him to start a new one?
(STAT) – Since stepping down from his post at the Food and Drug Administration last year, Anand Shah has gone from toiling on the country’s Covid-19 response to updating his LinkedIn with a flurry of new advisory roles at promising startups.
(Chasing Life) – In this episode, we hear from an experimental psychologist about why our time perception has felt so off in the pandemic, and a philosopher shares the secret to “mental time travel” … no time machines required!
(Straight Talk With Hank Paulson) – Ray Dalio, Founder of Bridgewater Associates, joins Hank to discuss what motivated him to write his latest book where he looks at history to help predict the future and the three modern phenomena to watch: social dysfunction, polarization, and the rise of China.
(GZERO) – Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is all for free speech, but not for robots.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer’s Quick Take: Tensions are rising between the US/NATO & Russia over Ukraine.
(KU) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who has won multiple Emmy awards as chief medical correspondent for CNN and host of the CNN podcast “Chasing Life,” has been selected to receive the 2022 William Allen White Foundation National Citation.
(Global Newswire) – Brothers Josh Linkner and Ethan Linkner launch Mudita Venture Partners, a venture fund investing in early-stage software companies.
(Saltwire) – Now 62, Harper is looking to make his mark in perhaps the biggest way since his near-decade as Canada’s leader.
(NPR) – Many experts warn there will be more infections on the downslope of the omicron surge, but we’re on the path to the virus becoming endemic — and that should mean fewer interruptions to daily life.
(Community Health Center) – Dr. Osterholm says the highly infectious omicron variant will continue to threaten hospital systems, schools and supply chains, warning the threat of future variants that may evade immunity is still a very real concern.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss Covid-19 and the need for continued use of face masks and vaccine mandates.
(Only One) – The icy heartbeat of our planet is like nowhere else on Earth. Today, Antarctica is facing existential threats that will affect both the health of the global ocean and the stability of our climate, and therefore, all of us.
(Entrepreneur) – With the start of the new year, and nearly two years into the pandemic, many people are questioning their career paths. Here’s a new tool to help you figure out what’s next.
(Entrepreneur) – With the start of the new year, and nearly two years into the pandemic, many people are questioning their career paths. Here’s a new tool to help you figure out what’s next.
(Julie Mason Mornings) – “If you can get people to rally around smaller wins and get them done, it helps move people forward.”
(Face the Nation) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner, says the FDA and Pfizer are “looking very closely at the data that’s accrued to see if they can make a decision around this.”
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, January 23, 2022, on “Face the Nation.”
(Politico) – The only sanctions that stand a chance of deterring Putin are going to hurt us, too.
(Washington Post) – In the year since that fateful day, states across the country have enacted measures to try to restore confidence in the integrity of our elections while ensuring access to voting for every American.
(UnHerd) – But two conclusions can already be drawn — and both are deeply concerning. The first is that the attack should never have been allowed to happen; the second is that such acts of violence are likely to become more frequent.
As a veteran of a cutthroat industry having held prestigious news anchor positions at multiple major media networks, Erica Hill knows her stuff. Erica currently serves as a lead anchor and national correspondent for CNN. She recently anchored HLN’s On the Story with Erica Hill, a daily, New York-based daytime news program.
(Maptia) – Above the horizon, we see beautiful beaches, rugged shorelines, and seemingly endless expanses of blue. Beneath the waves, however, lies a growing storm of concern and trouble, and for those who dare to look, the news is not good.
(GZERO) – China may be able to sustain zero COVID for another year, but not much longer.
(Chasing Life) – CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to science writer David Robson about the ways our expectations can impact our lives, for better or for worse.
(GZERO) – Governments around the world are offering creative incentives for getting a jab.
(GZERO) – Chinese vaccines are not as effective against omicron as mRNA jabs.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and WWSG exclusive speaker, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss the omicron Covid variant and China’s latest efforts to tap down a recent uptick in cases.
(GZERO) – Xi Jinping’s zero-COVID approach faces its toughest test to date in China with omicron.
(Forbes) – We all know what performance unleashed looks like up close.
(TV Newser) – This time, it’s CNN Newsroom anchor Poppy Harlow who is getting her own show on the platform.
(Vanity Fair) – The former veep is loosening up in public appearances and earning brownie points with donors. Allies see a man who’s ready to launch a presidential bid—even if it means running against Donald Trump.
(GZERO) – Dr. Bremmer addresses some excitement in Kazakhstan and important bilateral US-Russia negotiations coming up.
Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin today announced his Medical Advisory Team led by Dr. Marty Makary, Nancy Agee, Kathy Gorman, Alan Levine, Dr. Bogdan Neughebaeur, and Anand Shah.
(Worth) – The following eight core mindsets are used by the world’s most prolific innovators—and by ordinary people, like you and me—to elevate creative output, topple pesky problems and seize new opportunities.
(MSNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb joins Morning Joe how the latest omicron surge is impacting hospital staffs around the country and how omicron is and is not like the flu.
(GZERO) – The US may not have its political house in order right now, but neither does China.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to break down the latest guidance from the CDC, demand for at-home Covid-19 tests and more.
(Bo Thompson Show) – Mick Mulvaney joins Bo Thompson in studio with remembrances of Bob Saget, his take on what kind of advice that President Trump is getting as his next rally approaches, etc.
(National Review) – In recent years, growth-oriented policies have reduced inequality.
(PolicyEd) – Though many believe that wealth inequality is getting worse, the data point to a sharp decline in inequality in recent years.
(Fox Business) – Tyler Goodspeed argues the Fed is ‘behind the curve’.
(MPR News) – As I shared with you a month ago, saying a ‘“viral blizzard is coming,” it’s here, and it’s going to get much worse before it gets better.
(FOX) – Former White House chief of staff says Democrats overpromised and under delivered on their promises to Americans on ‘Fox Business Tonight.’
(CNN) – Katie Harbath worked for 10 years inside Facebook, where she was most recently the company’s public policy director managing elections. On “Reliable Sources” Sunday, she spoke out about her old company and its role in democracy.
(Face the Nation) – The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, January 9, 2022, on “Face the Nation.”
(FOX) – The guidance is facing pushback, but one health expert says the move isn’t unprecedented.
(CNN) – The Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer and the Hoover Institution’s Niall Ferguson debate the likelihood of escalated Russian military action in Ukraine this year.
(Face the Nation) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the Omicron variant appears to have peaked in several states in the mid-Atlantic.
(Wall Street Journal) – Katie Harbath says she left Facebook disillusioned; now she pushes for more online guardrails.
(FOX) – Former CDC Director, Dr. Robert Redfield says schools are the safest place for kids to be.
(MSNBC) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins Morning Joe to discuss living with Covid as an endemic disease and what it means for the planet. Dr. Gupta also discusses his new book ‘Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age.’
(SeaLegacy) – After dozens of underwater encounters with one of Antarctica’s top predators I took the liberty of putting their range of behaviors into a box.
(CIDRAP) – Dr. Osterholm analyzes the data on the severity of the Omicron variant.
(GZERO) – The critical crisis of the aftermath of January 6th is that it has sewn greater political division.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with CNN’s New Day after the CDC updated their Covid-19 guidelines, which recommends people who test positive after isolating for five days should isolate for a full 10 days.
(The Atlantic) – Only by integrating Europe into a better network of energy security can NATO truly protect its members.
(Katie Couric Media) – Get a look at the world’s wonders like you’ve never seen them before.
(GZERO) – For Ian Bremmer, China has the strongest political governance of any major economy today.
(Press Release) – Shah joins the Board of Directors as Hero advances real-world evidence for drug development, commercialization, and post-market surveillance.
(CBS) – Eurasia Group’s president and founder, Ian Bremmer, joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss his annual list of top geopolitical risks the world faces this year. Risks include: China’s COVID-19 policy, U.S-Russia relations, the U.S midterm election and more.
(TechCrunch) – If 2020 was the year of the e-commerce boom, 2021 was the year the industry hit major challenges.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week on the January 6 Capitol Riot, Trump’s endorsement of Viktor Orbán, and Novak Djokovic.
https://youtu.be/JuRZ2VXMWlM On the premiere episode of Culture Architects, David welcomes Matt Doherty. Matt was a starter on the 1982 National Championship team at North Carolina where he was coached by the legendary Dean Smith. He then went on to spend 22 years as a college basketball coach, including head coaching stints at Notre Dame and North […]
(GZERO) – The US is increasingly a factor in Eurasia Group’s annual list of the top 10 geopolitical risks.
(CBS) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb tells “Face the Nation” that while the Omicron variant appears to be a “milder form of the coronavirus,” which is good news for most Americans but dangers remain for kids.
(CBS) – The following is the full transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, January 2, 2022, on “Face the Nation.”
(UnHerd) – The affluent look away while their cities burn.
Johnny Crowder is a man used to living in two worlds. But as 2021 comes to a close and 2022 begins, those two worlds are going in different directions. Crowder is the rock star and CEO (not to be confused with a rock star CEO) who’s running the Tampa-based tech startup Cope Notes while simultaneously […]
(Fox Business) – Parallel to progress on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, policymakers should also now support truckers with resolve rather than saddling them with harmful regulations to help America emerge from this crisis.
(Chicago Tribune) – She discusses her two-plus decades of fashion work with a mix of pride, appreciation and self-consciousness.
(CNN) – It’s almost the new year and along with it comes the admittedly aspirational tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions– ones that we hopefully can stick to and not abandon after Week 3, or even Day 3, of 2022.
(Plain English Podcast) – David Frum joins Derek to talk about rising and falling polarization by race, gender, education, and place—and what it tells us about America’s strange new politics.
(Real Estate Weekly) – One thing is for sure – it’s a new world – and we will need collective participation to mitigate viruses and ultimately realize our mutual goal of getting people back to the office, enthusiastically.
In the cold waters of Norway’s northern fjords, we are witness to an orca ballet, and a remarkable feeding behaviour that few have ever seen. Later, as immense humpbacks shoot up from the depths of the fjord, we make an unexpected discovery.
(The Atlantic) – Relative to its strength in Congress, the Biden administration has proved outstandingly successful.
(Tribune) – Graves County Sheriff Jon Hayden shared on social media that a special visitor showed up Saturday to visit the tornado-torn area.
(Bloomberg) – Foreign rivals hypocritically echo Americans’ own fears about racism and Trumpism, but the real malaise is bipartisan.
(Bobby Bones Show) – Poppy Harlow on new book and millionaires.
(GZERO) – Renowned author Ahmed Rashid shares insights on the Taliban and Afghanistan’s crisis.
(Gazette) – Late last month, Illinois Democrats and Gov. J.B. Pritzker enacted a new map defining the boundaries of central Illinois congressional districts for the next 10 years.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the Omicron variant “does appear to be a less severe illness,” partly because of existing immunity among the population.
(CBS) – There’s no indication that Omicron causes more severe illness, what we’ve seen in South Africa in particular is a decoupling between the cases and hospitalizations.
(The Spectator) – To all these potential disasters it is impossible to attach more than made-up probabilities. So what can we do about them?
(GZERO) – What if the institution of slavery itself was foundational to modern America?
(National Review) – Covid-19 is not the first major viral outbreak that the world has dealt with in recent years — but none of those naturally-occurring viruses were so spectacularly effective at jumping from one human being to the next.
(Gingrich 360) – Georgia should join the parade toward eliminating the state income tax.
(Fox) – Inflation is a tax on every American.
(Fox) – Dr. Robert Redfield stresses the importance of ‘recurrent vaccination’.
(Deeper Blue) – Wildlife Photographer Paul Nicklen on a frozen moment with Narwhals in the Arctic
(MSNBC) – Scott Gottlieb discusses breaking news from Pfizer that its antiviral Covid pill will protect against severe disease.
(GZERO) – The omicron variant will be dominant in the US within a few weeks. Here’s what we know.
(CNBC) – Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to give his take on the market’s reaction to president Biden’s reaction to Russia.
(The Rubin Report) – Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Texas governor candidate Allen West about the Biden administration’s migrant crisis, etc.
(FOX) – The tour intends to pressure Democratic senators to oppose Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ spending bill
(MSNBC) – “You cannot run out the game clock on this virus – it will find you if you are not vaccinated or have immunity from previous infection,” says Dr. Osterholm.
(Forbes) – As a workplace simplification author and host of a popular virtual course on productivity, I’ve studied the growing divide between superficial productivity and actual productivity.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, December 12, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(Gingrich 360) – Lisa Boothe interviews Newt about the future of the Republican party and the future of the country after Joe Biden’s presidency.
(Straight Talk With Hank Paulson) – Hank welcomes Larry Fink (Co-Founder, Chairman, and CEO of BlackRock) to Straight Talk to discuss carbon, private sector action on climate change and the need for governments to step up.
(CNN) – Expert made eerily prescient prediction about Covid. See his new prediction.
(Gingrich 360) – Newt talks with Ryan Hampton about the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy and the victims of the American overdose crisis.
(FOX) – Dr. Robert Redfield says the omicron variant appears to be more transmissible than previous COVID-19 strains due to less prominent symptoms and anticipates vaccine doses will continue to be needed until a more durable vaccine is available.
(FOX) – “Even after the pandemic ends, COVID will still be with us,” Redfield says.
(GZERO) – Though the Taliban is now in control of Afghanistan, terrorist groups still operate freely.
(GZERO) – NYT journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones rejects those who’ve tried to disqualify her and the 1619 project.
(Gingrich 360) – President Joe Biden’s talk with Russian President Vladimir Putin seems to have had no impact on Putin’s plans to threaten – and likely invade Ukraine.
(GZERO) – Kevin Rudd believes China’s zero-COVID strategy will (probably) remain in place all of next year.
(NY Magazine) – Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, is eyeing Omicron.
(CNN) – CNN medical experts Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Elizabeth Cohen and Dr. Leana Wen take a look at the data from new studies showing that the Covid-19 booster shots from Pfizer reduces infections and deaths by 90%.
(Effingham Daily News) – Late last month, statehouse Democrats and Gov. JB Pritzker enacted a new map defining the boundaries of central Illinois congressional districts for the next 10 years.
(The Atlantic) – No government that really regarded climate change as its top energy priority would close nuclear plants before the end of their useful lives.
(GZERO) – Don’t believe the “Taliban 2.0” hype, cautions Ahmed Rashid – they haven’t changed much.
(WJLA) – Bob Dole, who overcame disabling war wounds to become a sharp-tongued Senate leader from Kansas, a Republican presidential candidate and then a symbol and celebrant of his dwindling generation of World War II veterans, has died.
(The Axe Files) – A longtime Republican operative, Marc Short served as both White House director of legislative affairs and chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence during the Trump administration. He joined David to share his take on the administration, his relationship with Pence, the politicization of Covid-19, his first-hand account of the events that transpired on January 6th, and his thoughts on the role of the federal government.
(GZERO) – Nearly two years into the COVID pandemic, a new strain presents renewed risk to the world.
(The Atlantic) – People with scant illusions about Trump are volunteering to help him execute one of his Big Lies.
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – The pandemic, structural changes, and geopolitical competition have all led to an acute supply chain crisis. Taiwan stands to benefit, but it needs policy changes and technology investments first.
(GZERO) – Buckle up for a vicious supply and demand cycle with no end in sight.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer is joined by economist Larry Summers, who served as the Treasury Secretary under President Clinton and as the Director of the National Economic Council under Barack Obama.
(GZERO) – What’s the relationship between the supply chain crunch and the highest levels of inflation in 30 years?
(The Fundamism Podcast) – In this episode of the Fundamism Podcast, Paul Long discusses the impact that voice in your head can make and how to promote a more positive thought process.
(GZERO) – Kim Jong Un sees South Korea’s soft power as a growing threat to his rule over North Korea.
Evan Feigenbaum debriefs the Biden-Xi summit with Doug and gives his take on the hottest issues between the United States and China, including climate, trade, and Taiwan.
(Bostonia) – BU alum made history when she fielded the first female-majority team at the 2021 Indy 500
(GZERO) – The Biden-Xi meeting was a change in trajectory in the relationship and clearly not cold war.
(PSU.edu) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb led the U.S. Food and Drug Administration from 2017 to 2019.
(PSU.edu) – “We know what we lacked. But we are no better prepared for the next pandemic. We have not yet even begun the discussion.”
(Yahoo! Finance) – Anyone can raise interest rates. The hard part is knowing when to do so and how to do so without triggering financial disruption. To meet that challenge, Brainard has far superior qualifications.
(Omaha World Herald) – Lady Fiona Carnarvon, the eighth countess of Carnarvon, is visiting Omaha this week as a speaker for the Omaha Town Hall lecture series.
(MPR News) – Minnesota is among the states leading the nation in COVID case numbers.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss Germany’s soaring Covid-19 infections and the state of the pandemic in the U.S.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb said Sunday that the mixed messaging by the federal government over who can and should receive a COVID-19 booster shot may end up being one of the most consequential missteps of the pandemic.
(GZERO) – It may not be the most popular take, but Ian sees significant progress from COP26.
(Washington Post) – Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has a new book out, with a timely title: “Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America.”
(GZERO) – South Korea is churning out one cultural hit after another. And North Korea is taking notice.
(Bo Thompson) – Mick Mulvaney joins with his take on the new polling numbers put former President Trump far ahead of other likely GOP rivals in an Iowa caucus while President Biden’s approval numbers continue to plummet.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, November 14, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(Bloomberg) – This year has brought fresh awareness to the complexity of the semiconductor supply chain. Chris Miller discusses.
(The Atlantic) – The fight over January 6 is about much more than the law.
(Dallas Observer) – In a seven-minute, slickly produced video, West announced his candidacy for Texas governor on July 4.
(NPR) – We’ve all heard talk about “the new normal,” whatever that even is. Dr. Sanjay Gupta has his own ideas, and despite the harsh realities of nearly 3 years living through a pandemic, he remains optimistic.
(CNN) – Many families are coming together this holiday season for the first time in a long time. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta shares these tips on how to protect your loved ones from getting Covid-19.
“Fashion plays a part in the scheme of everything, but photography always comes first for me.” – Annie Leibovitz
(BootstrapMD) – On this episode, we talk with Kevin Pho, MD an internist, author, and speaker who has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and who Medscape listed as one of the top 20 social media physician influencers in the world (I should know, I was on the committee!).
(Georgia Tech) – Kimbrough spent six months in orbit during his third NASA mission.
(CNN Style) – Cristina Mittermeier’s photography is inspiring environmental action
(Business Live) – Ban on political advertising that would minimize the spread of political misinformation is one fix.
To help children feel more comfortable about getting the coronavirus vaccine, the cast of Sesame Street held a town hall over the weekend about the ABCs of COVID vaccine.
(Bloombergs) – Institutions dedicated to the search for truth have ossified into havens for liberal intolerance and administrative overreach.
(GZERO) – World powers are engaging in a new kind of nuclear arms race: a technological one.
(CBS) – Gottlieb said the U.S. is close to the end of the “pandemic phase” of COVID-19 and is entering a more “endemic” phase.
(CBD) – Gottlieb said the U.S. is close to the end of the “pandemic phase” of COVID-19 and is entering a more “endemic” phase.
The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, November 7, 2021, on “Face the Nation.” MARGARET BRENNAN: Welcome back to FACE THE NATION. We go now to former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, who is also on the board of Pfizer. Good morning to you. […]
LAS VEGAS – Former Vice President Mike Pence this weekend vowed that “we’re going to win back this country in 2024.” But that’s the only hint Pence gave regarding a potential bid for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, as he headlined the Saturday evening session of the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. The former […]
(The Wire China) – Asia cannot fully decarbonize without becoming even more financially interconnected with — and dependent on — China.
(CNN) – CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic, including the mental and emotional toll its taken on children, with US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy at Citizen by CNN.
(PBS News Hour) – Judy Woodruff discusses with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, author of “World War C: Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic and How to Prepare for the Next One.”
(Chasing Life Podcast) – From doomscrolling to comfort food, bad habits are hard to break – so where do we begin?
(FOX) – Hoover Institute scholar: ‘If you think that White supremacy is the biggest domestic threat that we face… get a grip’
(GZERO) – Will the UN Climate Conference (COP26) produce lasting change or just more hot air?
(Nikkei Asia) _ America has become both less open and less resilient in recent years.
(Yahoo!) – Dr. Michael Osterholm, an epidemiologist and director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, says we’re only in the “first quarter” of the pandemic.
(PSU.edu) – Gottlieb will discuss vaccine hesitancy, the political wedge around masks and mandates and the steps that can best prepare the nation for the next pandemic when he visits Penn State Behrend on Nov. 11.
(Mike Walsh Podcast) – It was the very software-like, digital nature of mRNA technology that inspired Moderna fashion themselves in the form of new type of digital biotech company with AI, algorithms, and automation at its core.
(GZERO) – Has global leadership checked out on climate crisis?
(Ashland Times) – Mike Pence had the crowd applauding and cheering during a 30-minute speech Friday night at the 34th annual Ashbrook Memorial Dinner at Ashland University’s John C. Myers Convocation Center.
(Gingrich 360) – This election has become a referendum on what direction the nation desires moving forward.
(The Atlantic) – Nostalgia and resentment could be enough to catapult Trump back into the presidency.
(USC.edu) – Millions of Americans rely on medical devices every day, including pacemakers for heart conditions, breathing machines for sleep apnea and continuous glucose monitors for diabetes management. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, diagnostics played a key role, and shortages of tests dramatically hindered America’s response.
(GZERO) – Monday’s military takeover in Sudan has frozen international aid the people urgently need.
(CNBC) – Former HP CEO and Carly Fiorina Enterprise’s Carly Fiorina, joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss all things Facebook.
(Bloomberg) – Glasgow translates as “dear green place.” At COP26, they’ll find that going green is dear indeed.
(The Mehdi Hasan Show) – Katie Harbath worked as a public policy director at Facebook for 10 years. She joins Mehdi to give an insider’s perspective on the “Facebook Papers” and rising concerns that Facebook knowingly let disinformation spread.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to break down Covid-19 vaccinations for young children.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday he plans to get his young kids vaccinated against Covid “as soon as they’re eligible.”
(Politico) – Scott Atlas had rapidly consolidated power on a platform that downplayed the seriousness of Covid to most Americans.
(Yahoo!) – Dr. Birx and Amy Carenza will address infection prevention strategies, ventilation, and safer interior air and offer business leaders and attendees at the conference critical advice and information as we head into winter.
(GZERO) – Can Big Government still rein in Big Tech or has it already lost control?
(GZERO) – The only real threat to Facebook is whether or not people themselves start to opt out.
(Oakland Press) – In “World War C” Dr. Gupta examines COVID-19 and its effects around the world much like a competent physician gathers information about a sick patient.
(Broadway World) – Annie Leibovitz, one of the most influential photographers of our time, will come to the Chicago Humanities Festival for an exclusive conversation.
(Town Hall) – Robert Redfield said that more than 40 percent of people who have recently died from Wuhan coronavirus in Maryland were fully vaccinated.
(Foreign Affairs) – How Digital Powers Will Reshape the Global Order
(GZERO) – Big Tech companies’ power extends into a digital space that governments struggle to understand.
(Health.com) – While not yet singled out as a concern in the US, the new Delta subtype prompted a reminder that the world needs ‘robust systems’ to identify up-and-coming threats.
(MPR News) – Michael Osterholm is the Minnesotan who is helping all of us understand what’s happening with the COVID-19 pandemic and is regularly called upon to share that insight nationally, as well.
(FOX) – Former Vice President Mike Pence joins ‘Kudlow’ with reaction to economic and judicial news.
(BBC) – Has Russia’s leader changed his tune? The man who once joked about climate change now says Russia is taking action.
(NWI Times) – Dr. Deborah Birx stressed the need for cooperation, a sense of community and continued research and learning in addressing this pandemic and future ones.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why he went one-on-one for over three hours with Joe Rogan on his podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
SIOUX CITY — Merck’s new antiviral pill shown to reduce people’s COVID symptoms and increase their recovery is a “profound treatment” in the fight against the global virus, former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said in Sioux City. Gottlieb, a frequent national voice in the COVID-19 pandemic discourse, spoke Tuesday at Morningside University’s annual Waitt Lecture […]
(WOWO Radio) – Former Vice President Mike Pence climbed on horseback during an Indiana ride by a veterans group trying to reduce suicides among military veterans.
(CBS) – Dr. Oz asks Sanjay Gupta what he believes is the biggest mistake the U.S. made at the start of the pandemic.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner, said the CDC is likely to take a “cautious” approach in vaccinating kids.
(The Late Show) – Our friend Dr. Sanjay Gupta returns to The Late Show to preview his new book, “World War C,” and tells Stephen what steps we could take now to ward off the next pandemic.
(GZERO) – Joe Biden told the world: America is back. Was it true?
Henry Paulson, 74th US Secretary of the Treasury & Founder of the Paulson Institute has been announced as the 2021 recipient of The Sutherland Leadership Award.
(NBC) – How can we better prepare for the next pandemic? It’s a question many have asked as we saw how unprepared our systems were to handle the coronavirus pandemic.
(NBC) – How can we better prepare for the next pandemic? It’s a question many have asked as we saw how unprepared our systems were to handle the coronavirus pandemic.
(Business Live) – As the world’s most powerful and influential nation becomes more polarised and dysfunctional there are implications for us all.
(Health Care News) – “The shift to home-based care is a positive development,” Verma told Home Health Care News.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb expects the coronavirus’ “pandemic phase” to be over in the U.S. once vaccines become available for young children and Merck’s antiviral pill is cleared by regulators.
(Advisor) – Speaking to the CFA Society Toronto, the historian was bullish on Bitcoin, cautious on inflation and worried about China.
(NPR) – The country urgently needs to upgrade its pandemic response capabilities to prevent future infectious calamities, argues former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb.
(Publisher Weekly) – “The Biggest Little Boy”, By Poppy Harlow
(KIRKUS) – A Christmas Story
(Yahoo! Finance) – Gary Locke joins Yahoo Finance’s Akiko Fujita and Jared Blikre to discuss expectations for U.S.-China trade relations.
(Chasing Life) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with trust expert Professor Karen Cook about the reasons why we trust, how we can foster it, and how we can restore it when it’s been lost.
(PBS) – William Brangham talks to Dr. Scott Gottlieb about where the U.S. response failed and how it can do better next time.
(NPR) – NPR’s Rachel Martin talks with Dr. Sanjay Gupta about his book World War C.
(GZERO) – How does Ian Bremmer rate the Biden administration’s performance so far?
(The Telegraph) – The author and activist says that, with America in moral confusion, Boris Johnson can become the new leader of the world order.
(FOX) – Former Vice President Mike Pence grabbed some attention from his former boss as he announced an upcoming return trip to the state whose caucuses for a half century have kicked off the nominating calendar in the race for the White House.
(FOX) – Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and former White House Legal Affairs Director Marc Short discussed the latest on the legislation.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, October 3, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
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(AL Reporter) – All proceeds from the dinner event will go to support the university, primarily scholarships.
Campaign Captures Portraits and Behind the Scenes Stories of Eight Hyundai Owners and 17 Employees
(NYT) – The second crisis has received much less attention and is less understood but still requires urgent attention by global policymakers. It is the collapse of biodiversity, the sum of all things living on the planet.
(FOX) – Gingrich reports, according to a poll by the American Majority Project, that one out of six Americans favor big government socialism.
(FOX) – Mick Mulvaney joins CNBC’s “Squawk Box” to discuss the Senate’s deal to avoid a government shutdown.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with Joan Jett and anger expert Brad Bushman about why we experience anger in the first place and how we can make our anger work for us instead of against us.
(The Atlantic) – The former president could still win fair and square if Biden lets these five problems spiral.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week with a look at the US Senate hearing on Afghanistan, French President Macron’s popularity, and China’s hostage diplomacy.
World-renowned infectious disease expert joins company’s Board to help drive advancements of infection prevention and control solutions for nursing facility residents.
(GZERO) – The EU will matter more in the post-Merkel era than individual European governments.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the “slow, deliberative process that creates conflict that’s visible to the public isn’t optimal in the setting of a public health emergency, where you need to move quickly, and you want to show that public health officials are unified.”
(FOX) – Scott Gottlieb joined Fox News Radio’s Guy Benson Show in a wide-ranging interview to discuss his new book, booster shots, masking kids and the Covid lab leak theory.
(CBS) – Up to 90% of U.S. residents may have some form of immunity protection against Covid by the time the delta variant wave passes, according to Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(The Bo Thompson Show) – Mick Mulvaney joins.
(A Second Opinion) – Dr. Gottlieb shares with us what he learned in writing this authoritative account, including everything that went wrong that left us excessively vulnerable to Covid-19…
(FOX) – We could have a 50% increase in US population if the Biden border disaster continues long enough
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb airing on CBSN on Sunday, September 26, 2021.
(USC) – While FDA authorization is necessary, it is not sufficient.
(Bloomberg) – Six former Treasury secretaries appealed to congressional leaders to raise the statutory limit on U.S. debt in order to avoid a debilitating default on the U.S. government’s financial obligations.
Longtime health policy expert and consultant will add new dimension to WellSky’s mission of transforming healthcare across the continuum.
(GZERO) – António Guterres believes COVID generated more trust in science, especially on climate.
(CNBC) – “Squawk Box” team discusses Gilead’s Remdesivir drug, Covid vaccines and treatments with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says between the annual flu season which already cost billions and the likelihood of an annual peak Covid season, the economy and workers will pay a steep price.
(Yahoo! Finance) – Dr. Michael Osterholm PhD, MPH, a world-renowned epidemiologist and Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, has joined the firm as Senior Advisor.
(FOX) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb presented a positive outlook on mask requirements — and how they may soon abate — during a Wednesday morning appearance on Fox News.
(CNN) – “I don’t think pandemics need to happen. I think emerging viruses will happen, but I don’t think that they need to turn into pandemics,” Gottlieb told CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta in his podcast, Chasing Life.
(CNBC) – Gottlieb, a Pfizer board member, elaborated on the FDA and CDC’s booster approval process during an interview Tuesday on “The News with Shepard Smith.”
World-renowned infectious disease expert joins company’s Board of Advisors to help drive advancements of infection prevention and control solutions for nursing facility residents nationwide.
(American Conservative) – Out of power, Trump’s former national security advisor Robert C. O’Brien becomes a political player in his own right.
(GZERO) – Why was France so incensed over the US defense pact with Australia & the UK?
(CNN) – Alice Stewart joins Pamela Brown on CNN to discuss Beto O’Rourke considering run for TX Gov.
(Jerusalem Post) – The Israel Allies Foundation celebrated Christian pastors, politicians, organizational leaders and businessmen who love the Jewish state.
(CNBC) – Gottlieb told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” that the public has lost trust in U.S. health agencies and called for more funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(Daily Mail) – Critics said Joe Biden and Boris Johnson would be the death of the special relationship but Niall Ferguson says that submarine deal proves them wrong.
(Liberty University) – On Thursday, the Liberty University School of Law in partnership with the Helms School of Government held its first professionalism event of the semester featuring Marc Short.
(CBS) – The following is an extended transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired on Sunday, September 19, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(FOX) – Marc Short joins Chris Wallace.
(CNBC) – You want your kids to have a healthy financial life, yet knowing how to help make that happen may leave you stumped.
(CBS) – You want your kids to have a healthy financial life, yet knowing how to help make that happen may leave you stumped.
(Washington Post) – The United States could have been better prepared for the coronavirus — and it could be better prepared for the next deadly pandemic.
(Bo Thompson Morning Show) – Mick Mulvaney joins.
(GZERO) – For UN Secretary-General António Guterres, the pandemic has made the world even more divided than it was before COVID.
What do you get when a comedy writer/actor marries a management consultant? As it turns out, you get a multi-award winning comedy act about work that has performed all over the world. Luckily, the ever-evolving world of work is a steady source of comedy. Leave it to The Water Coolers to bring the entertainment and […]
(Press Release) – Chatelaine of Highclere Castle Lady Carnarvon has a written a new book about life at the castle, and its history, entitled Seasons at Highclere.
(AGT) – American Gene Technologies announces the appointment of Dr. Robert R. Redfield as special advisor to AGT CEO Jeff Galvin.
(Modern Met) – In the latest episode of the Top Artist podcast, we talk to Cristina about her incredible career and current work with Sea Legacy.
(WSJ) – A former Food and Drug Administration commissioner surveys what went wrong with America’s response to the Covid pandemic.
Washington Post had it right when they described Paul Teller as a “veteran conservative organizer.” Teller’s decades-long work on the Hill influence his powerful speeches, which burst with the insider perspective only Paul’s extensive resume could provide. His reputation as a charismatic and results-driven conservative leader shine through his speeches to both inform and inspire […]
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week with a look at the China-US economic relationship, North Korea’s missiles tests, and the New York Times’ investigation of the US drone strike in Afghanistan.
(CNN) – Alice Stewart joins Don Lemon on CNN to discuss CA recall.
(Gingrich 360) – Every Democratic senator and representative has already voted for the outline of Senator Bernie Sanders’ $3.5 trillion Big Government Socialist bill.
(Bloomberg) – These reflections are prompted by the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
(Washington Post) – Scott Gottlieb, 49, is the author of “Uncontrolled Spread: Why COVID-19 Crushed Us and How We Can Defeat the Next Pandemic.”
(CNBC) – Mick Mulvaney, former OMB director and former White Hours chief of staff for President Trump, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the proposed tax hikes and spending on Capitol Hill.
(FOX) – Former Pence chief of staff Marc Short discusses the Democrats’ proposed corporate tax increases.
(GZERO) – The US is enormously wealthy and powerful, but the politics are deeply screwed up.
(CBS) – Pfizer has already filed its application with the FDA for approval of its booster, and Gottlieb predicted Johnson & Johnson will likely be next to do so.
(FOX) – House Democrats eye 26.5 percent tax increase amid rising inflation
(The Atlantic) – The former cultural core of the GOP is exiting the party. The Democrats should keep those voters in their corner. Here’s how to do it.
(CNN)- Alice Stewart joins Pamela Brown on CNN to discuss Democratic spending proposals.
(The Hill) – Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Sunday said the new federal vaccine mandate announced by President Biden could “discourage some vaccination” in the near term.
(CNBC) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired on Sunday, September 12, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(NY Times) – An astronaut paid tribute from space on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
(CNBC) – Discussing President Biden’s vaccine mandate and what it means for businesses and schools.
(Politico) – The former vice president occupies a precarious position in the GOP’s post-Trump landscape.
(Nikkei Asia) – After Afghanistan, Chinese leader may conclude US won’t intervene, scholar says.
(Business Day) – Is Brazil’s democracy at risk?
(NBC) – NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss is getting his own series on Peacock, Fireside History with Michael Beschloss.
(GZERO) – It’s the 20th anniversary of 9/11 coming up real soon, and I thought I’d give you a few thoughts about it.
(WMBD) – Former Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood shared his experience when he was in the U.S. Capitol during the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in 2001.
(CNN) – Taking proactive steps to enhance your brain’s health and performance will serve you for many years to come.
(Gingrich 360) – Americans distrust big government and reject the idea that their efforts are subordinate to some bureaucrat’s need for their money.
Dr. Goodspeed spearheaded the U.S. economic policy response to the worst macroeconomic shock to hit the U.S. economy since the Great Depression as Chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers. As both an economist and historian, he offers a unique perspective on the economic climate, captivating and informing audiences globally.
(Washington Times) – Biden, radical Democrats push socialist economic plan
(CNBC) – Discussing the new details that emerged about research being done on coronavirus at a Wuhan lab and the mu variant with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner.
(GZERO) – President Bolsonaro, who is in the cellar, popularity wise, the lowest popularity he’s had since he’s been president.
(GBNews) – GBNews published this video item, entitled “Talking Pints with Nigel Farage and Sean Spicer” – below is their description.
(PragerU) – You’d think that Islamist extremists and leftist radicals would have nothing in common. But noted human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali has good reason to believe this is no longer the case.
(Daily Wire) – Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and former Dutch politician, shares the similarities between radical Islam and the Woke ideology being promoted in the United States.
(Gingrich 360) – The threat of a global pandemic reshaped work in ways we could not have imagined even a few years ago.
(CNBC) – The Northeast will likely experience another jump in Covid cases tied to the highly transmissible delta variant, Dr. Scott Gottlieb predicted Friday.
(CIDRAP) – Dr. Osterholm and host Chris Dall discuss the state of the pandemic in the US and abroad, evolving data on vaccines and their effectiveness, and schools in the age of Delta.
Shannon Bream has been hooked on television journalism since her first anchor position in Charlotte, NC. Now, in addition to anchoring her own show on Fox News, Shannon has authored two books and hosts a podcast sharing inspirational stories, personal anecdotes, and an insider’s perspective on actions and rulings from the high court. Throughout her career […]
(GZERO) – The Taliban could soon run out of money to run Afghanistan.
(Yahoo!) – Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer said the U.S. withdrawal from the country creates more headaches than opportunities for Beijing long term.
(FOX) – The former House speaker returned to “The Ingraham Angle” on Tuesday night.
(CNBC) – People who previously were infected with Covid should eventually get vaccinated against the disease, Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC.
(MPR News) – Where are we headed next in the COVID-19 pandemic?
(Bloomberg) – If we have learned nothing else from the past half-century, it is surely that the best way to win a race with totalitarian rivals is not to copy them, but to out-innovate them.
(Yahoo Finance) – As the last of the U.S. troops leave Afghanistan, one geopolitics expert thinks America’s longest war left us with one key lesson.
(Salem News) – Any time a group of people gets together to celebrate the life of the late, great Pete Frates, you can expect an abundance of smiles, laughter and delightful trips down memory lane.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb expects U.S. drug regulators to clear the Pfizer Covid vaccine for emergency use in children ages 5 to 11 in late fall or early winter of this year.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired on Sunday, August 29, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(ABC) – All across Minnesota, strong debate continues over COVID-19 safety protocols as classrooms start to open this year.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner who sits on Pfizer’s board of directors, says the company should be ready to apply for approval for use among children as early as October.
Professor Chris Miller’s expertise on international politics, economics, and technology inform his engaging speeches. Breaking down the motives behind international politics and economics in a thoughtful and concise manner, Miller provides audiences with fresh, alternative perspectives and leaves them wanting to know more.
(JAMA) – In the absence of conclusive information, findings from speculative studies, observational data, and anecdotes were able to fill the ensuing information vacuum.
(CBS) – Melissa Stockwell is the first female American soldier to ever lose a limb in active combat. Dana Jacobson recently met Stockwell at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs.
(FOX) – ‘What is really alarming is the people we elected to run our government are totally incompetent,’ the human rights activist said
(FOX) – Pence tells Brian Kilmeade Trump admin would have acted from position of ‘strength’
(BHR) – As a member of LifeStance’s board, Ms. Verma will help the company expand its strategy to increase mental healthcare for patients across the U.S.
(Washington Post) – Leana Wen, 38, is a physician, a CNN medical analyst, a contributing columnist at The Washington Post, and a former Baltimore health commissioner.
“Eyck Freymann sheds fresh light and understanding on the most important competition of this century. With One Belt One Road, the author has earned his place as one of the foremost experts on the economic strategies of the Chinese Communist Party. In this impeccably researched and well written book, Freymann corrects misunderstandings and provides coherent […]
(GZERO) – When it comes to editing humanity, where do we draw the line?
(CNBC) – CNBC’s “Squawk Box” team discusses the FDA’s plan to approve the Pfizer vaccine with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner.
(CNBC) – “I think it’s pretty clear right now the South has peaked,” Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday.
(Star Tribune) – The University of Minnesota infectious disease expert spoke to the team before practice. “Whether or not that changes anything, I don’t know,” coach Mike Zimmer said.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb that aired on Sunday, August 22, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(CNN) – And that is how we dance with the coronavirus. It’s that simple and we already have the tools at our disposal.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Friday urged fellow vaccinated Americans to be on guard about the Covid delta variant.
(The Economist)- As it leaves Afghanistan in chaos, America’s decline mirrors Britain’s a century ago. It may also invite wider conflict, warns a historian.
(People) – A bronze medalist in 2016, the triathlete and war veteran has had only eight weeks to recover before her Aug. 28 event
(Senior Living) – Providers must rally together to protect residents in senior living communities and nursing homes from COVID-19, former White House Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator Deborah Birx, M.D., said Wednesday.
(CNN) – The agreement between the Taliban and the US has come under fresh scrutiny in recent days after Afghanistan’s civilian government in Kabul fell to Taliban fighters this weekend, almost two decades after they were driven from the city by US troops.
(PBS) – Just as new COVID infections soar in many communities across the United States, millions of students are returning to school.
(PBS) – “Know that risk is cumulative,” Wen said during the Aug. 18 conversation.
(Business Day) – What is shocking, given the experience of national security and foreign policy team Joe Biden has assembled, was the sheer failure of the execution
(The Week) – Former Vice President Mike Pence and former Defense Secretary Mark Esper are offering slightly different views on President Biden’s exit from Afghanistan.
(WSJ) – It’s a foreign-policy humiliation unlike anything our country has endured since the Iran hostage crisis.
(Reaction) – On the 6th of July 2021, Reaction hosted an event at the famous Garrick Theatre in London, with professor Niall Ferguson, one of the world’s leading historians.
(Project Syndicate) – The monthly Child Tax Credit that went into effect in July represents a massive opportunity for businesses.
(Variety) – “I’m here to stay for good as a journalist, but I wanted to learn more about the law,” Harlow explains in a recent interview.
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – What can and should be learned from innovative Korean policies and practices?
(Politico) – It’s the first such event the former vice president has held since leaving office in January.
(CNBC) – CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ team discusses the fall of the Afghan government and the Taliban taking Kabul with Mick Mulvaney, former OMB director.
(FOX) – China doesn’t care what the Taliban does to women — they just want Afghanistan’s minerals, Gingrich said.
(GZERO) – The crisis in Afghanistan amid US withdrawal will have international significance for the US.
(CNBC) – Gottlieb discusses the record number of child coronavirus hospitalizations, the country’s return-to-school plans, Covid vaccines and the delta variant surge.
(The Atlantic) – Had Osama bin Laden been killed or captured in December 2001, justice would have been served in the way Americans like: fast, hard, and cheap.
(WSJ) – Was the coronavirus manipulated to infect humans? If so, that will inform our response.
(Gingrich 360) – By the end of this month, all but one of the Smithsonian’s 19 sites will be reopened after closing during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Gingrich 360) – “Stakeholder capitalism” is the idea that companies should serve not only their shareholders but also other interests and society at large.
(NBC) – Michael Osterholm talks to Meet the Press about the Covid-19 delta variant and what it takes for people to stay safe now.
(Bloomberg) – After Richard Nixon scrapped Bretton Woods, the U.S. currency’s exorbitant privilege only grew — because the U.S. embraced innovation, not regulation.
(GZERO) – Biden’s decision to withdraw was popular, but it’s now his first (self-inflicted) foreign policy crisis.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Thursday that offices that require employees to be vaccinated likely don’t need to mandate additional precautions against Covid.
(The Hill) – “While we are disappointed to see that Congress has linked infrastructure to tax increases, the Coalition to Protect American Workers will continue undaunted in our mission to preserve the benefits of the 2017 tax cuts.”
(CNN) – At this point, there is really nothing that should get in the way of getting vaccinated.
(FOX) – Tyler Goodspeed worries fiscal policy will add to ‘inflationary pressure’
(FOX) – Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich appeared on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” on Tuesday night.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer shares his insights on the Taliban’s rapid territorial gains, the politics of climate change and two court cases gaining political attention in Canada and China.
(Variety) – “I look forward to a day when I can talk about anything other than the pandemic.”
(Newsweek) – Redfield said there was “growing evidence” to back the claim that the disease accidentally originated from a laboratory leak.
(CNBC) – “Unfortunately, it’s possible, especially if you go into this school year without the kind of mitigation that we had in place last year,” said former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(Notre Dame Magazine) – “Democracy is the score at the beginning of the ninth. It is an idea which hasn’t been disproved yet, a song the words of which have not gone bad.”
(Newsweek) – “The one thing that we all can do to really confront the evolution of this next variant, slow it down, is to get our population vaccinated.”
(National Review) – Such a campaign would be in the U.S.’s economic and geopolitical interest.
(Opelika-Auburn) – The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston comments.
(Reuters)- Former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen provided “invaluable” testimony during seven hours of closed-door testimony on Saturday, in which he implicated Trump in an attempt to subvert the election result, Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin told CNN’s “State of the Union.”
(Gingrich 360) – While actions by politicians at the top are necessary, the real fight against CRT must take place the local level.
(GZERO) – There’s consensus that humans are responsible for a rise in temperature on the planet.
(GZERO) – …the partisanship and the inability of a Biden administration that cares a lot more about climate than previous administrations, but still very constrained in what they can actually do.
(CNBC) – CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ team discusses the coronavirus pandemic as delta variant cases surge with Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday the current surge in Covid infections caused by the more contagious delta variant may be the last wave of the virus in the U.S.
(FOX) – “It’s imperative that we get the kids back to face-to-face learning and do all we can to keep them there,” Redfield says.
(FOX) – “It’s imperative that we get the kids back to face-to-face learning and do all we can to keep them there,” Redfield says.
(Gingrich 360) – The flood of people crossing illegally is growing.
(CBS) – “FDA is going to make a decision on immunocompromised patients within a week and maybe make a decision on older patients, patients over the age of 65, maybe as early as September.”
(CBS) – Schools can become sources of community transmission, especially with more transmissible strains of the coronavirus, Gottlieb said.
(FOX) – The media has decided ‘that what sells is divisiveness,’ Ali said.
(National) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is urging everyone to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, if you haven’t already.
(FOX) – Fox Nation Host Tomi Lahren discusses government handouts on ‘The Story.’
(Gingrich 360) – The Democratic Party’s unity in passing a $3.5 trillion bill in the middle of growing inflation is virtually suicidal.
(CNBC) – “The reality is these vaccines have been used in hundreds of millions of people at this point,” Gottlieb said.
(CNN) – The technology behind this vaccine was actually the culmination of a couple of decades of work by some of the most brilliant minds in science and medicine.
(GZERO) – The world was recently shocked when US sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson was disqualified from Tokyo 2020 after testing positive for marihuana, a banned yet non performance-enhancing substance.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week with a look at the deteriorating human rights situation in Belarus, Delta variant woes, and Lebanon one year after the Beirut blast.
(Free Thinker) – Jordan Petersons hosted Ayaan Hirsi Ali regarding her new book Prey: Immigration, Islam and the Erosion of Women’s Rights.
(FOX) – Tomi Lahren blasts US Olympians who had group text planning protests.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers viewers’ questions about the latest surge of Covid-19 and the Delta variant.
(Business Insider) – Fortunately, vaccination rates have started to tick up.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday he believes booster shots for the coronavirus vaccine will be given to older and immunocompromised people by September or October.
(GZERO) – As Winston Churchill once quipped, “I’ve taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me.”
(CBS) – “It’s still a very small percentage of people who are becoming infected after vaccination and who then are going on to spread the infection to others.”
(The Atlantic) – If you can shrug it off as just another incident of Trump talking too much, then you have already signed up for the next incident—and the one after that.
(A&E) – Melissa Stockwell is a two-time Paralympic triathlete, swimmer, and former U.S. Army officer who co-founded Dare2tri, a nonprofit organization serving youth and adults with physical disabilities to get them into the sport of triathlon. She discusses how her work helps to create a much-needed community and shows people that they can still be competitive in whatever sport they choose.
(The Wire) – Keeping the borders closed may make it easier to govern China near-term, but the broader consequences would be tragic and potentially dangerous.
(Forbes) – Assessing the competitive impacts of today’s “big tech” firms is no simple matter.
(The Atlantic) – Government has done what it can. Now we need to use the power of free markets to fight the pandemic.
(Yahoo ! Finance) – Hank Paulson, a former U.S. Treasury Secretary, is the executive chairman of the fund.
(Medpage Today) – Now’s the time to address health disparities in the U.S., says Wen in her new book
(CNN) – Sanjay Gupta discusses the CDC’s updated guidance that recommends fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors in areas with “substantial” and “high” transmission of Covid-19.
(GZERO) – Making vaccines a requirement will save tens of thousands of lives, maybe many more.
(GZERO) – Historian Niall Ferguson: humanity has a long history of failing to prepare for the worst.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday he believes Covid cases in the U.K. have “peaked” after a delta variant-related rise.
(MSNBC) – Dr. Michael Osterholm discusses the American Medical Association, the American Nurses Association, and other groups calling for mandatory vaccinations for all healthcare personnel.
(GZERO) – Niall Ferguson joins Ian Bremmer to provide perspective on how the COVID crisis stacks up compared to other pandemics throughout history.
(CBS) – And so we know the vaccines are very effective at preventing hospitalization in Florida, which is really the epicenter of the epidemic, right now.
(Bloomberg) – A pandemic, fires, floods, popular unrest — it’s an intertwined pattern seen throughout history and even in the Bible.
(Gingrich 360) – Critical race theory has now taken hold in the U.S. military.
(National Review) – “We lack an organized infrastructure to mobilize a response to public health crisis,” lamented Gottlieb.
(CNN) – At least the athletes get to come and live out their dream, even if family and other members of their delegation have to sit out the games at home.
(GZERO) – Stanford historian Niall Ferguson joins Ian Bremmer on the GZERO World podcast to talk about the geopolitics of disaster.
(Bloomberg) – Bloomberg’s David Westin spoke to former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina about the surge of the Delta variant and how it could impact economic recovery.
(PBS) – Dr. Michael Osterholm answers questions about the pandemic’s Delta variant picking up speed, vaccinations, and the spread of misinformation.
(The Atlantic) – In the United States, this pandemic could be almost over by now. The reasons it’s still going are pretty clear.
(FOX Business) – Biden’s tax, regulation policies are making inflation worse, the former OMB director said.
(WSJ) – A Rhodes scholar and ER veteran works to address the root causes of medical problems before they become emergencies
(Gingrich 360) – Newt is joined by Claire Christensen, his co-author of the New York Times best seller, Trump vs. China.
(Gingrich 360) – The average American is intuitively more worried about inflation than the Biden administration.
(Gingrich 360) – With crime increasing, inadequate educational systems, and corruption, many American cities need reform. But where are the big city reformers today?
(The Hill) – Last week we learned that, in June, prices throughout the U.S. economy continued to rise at a pace we simply have not observed since the “Great Inflation” period of 1966-1982.
(The Defense Post) – The era of “great power competition” is real and here to stay, and now is the time for action.
(Gingrich 360) – As Hunter explained to me this week on my podcast, “Newt’s World,” writing has become a part of his normal life, like brushing his teeth.
(Gingrich 360) – Newt is joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning critic, essayist, and best-selling novelist, Stephen Hunter.
(Gingrich 360) – Newt is joined by members of his Inner Circle membership club and answers their questions in a town hall style meeting.
Johnny Crowder has a day job. At least that’s what some people will say. Others will say that Johnny Crowder has a night job. The difference between the two really boils down to perspective and under what conditions you get to know Crowder. First, there’s Johnny Crowder the 28-year-old tech entrepreneur, CEO and founder of […]
(JAMA) – In this issue of JAMA, Wang et al present evidence that universal masking of health care workers (HCWs) and patients can help reduce transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infections.
(Washington Times) – Debate on third shots unfolding amid a push to give first doses.
(Bloomberg) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is calling on President Joe Biden to toughen his stance on China, including delisting Chinese companies that don’t meet U.S. accounting standards.
(Yahoo!) – For Dr. Sanjay Gupta, the neurosurgeon and CNN chief medical correspondent, the fight against Alzheimer’s disease is personal.
(CNN) – We’ve all heard it said over and over again: We’re now in the phase of the pandemic when it’s a race between vaccinations and the variants.
(Business Insider) – Former FDA chief Scott Gottlieb warned of a COVID-19 peak at the end of September.
(FOX Business) – Senate Democrats unveil $3.5T package pushed on party lines.
(GZERO) – What’s on the agenda for the upcoming meeting between Joe Biden and Angela Merkel?
(GZERO) – How does the US measure up to other countries when it comes to paid family leave and other perks?
(Washington Post) – Former Vice President’s third major address on Indo-Pacific.
(Gingrich 360) – Newt’s guest is Jeff Shesol, author of Mercury Rising: John Glenn, John Kennedy, and the New Battleground of the Cold War.
(Gingrich 360) – We need to serious rethinking in our defense system at a level we have not seen in our lifetime.
(Natural News) – Virologist Dr. Robert Redfield said he thinks the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) was modified by Chinese scientists before it leaked out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in China’s central Hubei province.
(Gingrich 360) – The breakthroughs in cancer research and therapeutics in recent years have led to dramatically better outcomes.
(Gingrich 360) – Newt’s guest is Michael Knowles, author of Speechless: Controlling Words, Controlling Minds.
(CBS) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told “Face the Nation” that if the approval process for the COVID vaccine boosters doesn’t begin soon, “we’re not going to be in a position to have boosters available should we need it come the fall.”
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner, that aired on Sunday, July 11, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(FOX) – Marc Short, former Chief of Staff to Vice President Pence, Julie Pace, Associated Press White House correspondent and Charles Lane, an editorial writer for The Washington Post, weigh in.
(FOX) – Burgeoning Texas GOP gubernatorial primary battle front-and-center at CPAC Dallas.
(Canadian Press) – Governments around the world should shun Iran’s incoming president based on his long-standing record of human rights abuses, a former Canadian prime minister argued Saturday.
(The Western Producer) – Former prime minister Stephen Harper says inflation won’t be easy to stop because it is generated by monetary expansion to accommodate extraordinary government borrowing and spending.
(The Atlantic) – The U.S. cannot wall itself off from the troubles facing its neighbors.
(Realcomm) – Among them is Olga Koroleva, a woman who truly stands out, not only as a commercial real estate technologist and entrepreneur, but also a courageous human being who is an inspiration to many.
(NBC) – Paratriathlete Melissa Stockwell lost her leg while serving in the Iraq War in 2004, and it was that injury which led her to search for a new challenge.
(GZERO) – “Productivity is about the purpose and the process that you bring to your job (…) not about the place you happen to be doing it in.”
(GZERO) – Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated after a month of unprecedented violence.
(GZERO) – Season 4 of GZERO World with Ian Bremmer, GZERO’s award-winning weekly global affairs series, launches on US public television nationwide beginning Friday, July 9 (check local listings).
(GZERO) – Will China’s new regulations make its tech sector less competitive?
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb believes people who have previously been infected with the coronavirus would still benefit from receiving Covid vaccines.
(Washington Times) – “The United States would lose and lose badly if it tried to fight China,” Mr. Gingrich said.
(CNN) – Going forward the patient must do better; we must do better. Because as I keep on saying, we’re still all in this together.
(Forbes) – “I wouldn’t be declaring mission accomplished. I think this is going to be a long fight,” Gottlieb said Sunday.
(CBS) – I think we’re going to have to think differently. That also means improving air quality in workplaces.
(New England Journal of Medicine) – Pfizer and BioNTech have offered to donate vaccines for all Olympic athletes, but this offer does not ensure that all athletes will receive vaccines before the Olympics, since vaccine authorization and availability are lacking in more than 100 countries.
(Forbes) – At the 2021 G7 Summit in Cornwall this June, Xi Jinping might as well have been present.
(FOX) – Marc Short, former Chief of Staff to VP Pence, weighs in on claims that Republicans have defunded police.
(Bloomberg) – Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group President and Founder, discusses what to expect in the upcoming G-20 and what investors should look for.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics this week.
(CNN) – It is back en vogue for the first lady to be back in Vogue.
(Realty Biz) – ….”entering into a long-term mortgage and building equity requires care and diligence.”
(Reuters) – Ferguson joins Pete Sweeney to discuss his latest book on disasters, natural and man-made, and why so many governments got Covid-19 so wrong.
(Cheddar) – “We’re not going to lie back and not retaliate, whether it’s on cyber warfare, whether it’s on economic warfare or other kinds of risks.”
(Bloomberg) – “Balance of Power” radio interview of Harry Broadman on G7 Summit 2021 and China.
(CNBC) – The World Health Organization on Friday urged fully vaccinated people to continue to wear masks as the highly contagious delta variant of Covid-19 spreads rapidly throughout the globe.
(CNN) – It made me realize that just because a show is full of facts and knowledge doesn’t mean it has been stripped of intensity and humanity. “Jeopardy!” is all those things.
(GZERO) – A few macro thoughts on where China is where China’s going on this 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party.
(CNBC) – Daily new coronavirus cases in the U.S. are unlikely to ever drop to zero, Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday.
(CBS) – Gupta said he was “super nervous” but jumped at the opportunity to be a part of the iconic game show, stepping into the shoes of the legendary Alex Trebek.
(CNN) – “It’s going to hyper-regionalized. There’s certain pockets of the country where you’re going to have very dense outbreaks.”
(Gingrich 360) – Parents don’t want their children learning CRT — and are increasingly willing to say so publicly.
(Gingrich 360) – The Stop Forced Organ Harvesting Act will expose the cruelties of forced organ harvesting and hold perpetrators accountable.
(CBS) – As we enter into the fall, there will be people seeking out vaccination heading into the fall as people contemplate going back to work and back to school.
(Bloomberg) – Just as with airline security after 9/11, many “temporary” pandemic regulations are with us to stay.
(NYC Health) – Please join Dr. Vivek Murthy, United States Surgeon General, and Dr. Dave Chokshi, NYC Health Commissioner, on Friday June 24 from 3 to 4 p.m. They will discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on emotional health and how to address this public health concern as we enter the recovery phase of a once-in-a-century pandemic.
(CNN) – Former Vice President Mike Pence rebuked former President Donald Trump on Thursday night on the question of overturning the results of the 2020 presidential election.
(SF Bay Times) – “Expressive, legs for days with buckets of personality”—but enough about the wine; let’s talk about everyone’s favorite food and wine TV personality Leslie Sbrocco. She is actually all those things and more.
(GZERO) – For former US Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA), 20 years after 9/11 the War on Terror has made the US and the world safer in some ways, but less safe in others.
(CNN) – Vaccine makers are preparing for a next possible phase of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout: booster doses. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on these booster studies.
(GZERO) – Reviving the Iran nuclear deal is one of the safest geopolitical bets around the world today.
(Peabody Awards) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta presents a Peabody Award to Hao Wu and the 76 Days team for capturing one of the most intimate portraits of humanity as it responded to the worst health crisis in a century.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottliebdiscusses Covid vaccinations as variants gain ground in the U.S.
(Bloomberg) – Mick Mulvaney, former OMB Director and Founder of Exegis Capital discusses economic recovery and the future of the filibuster.
(GZERO) – Why isn’t China trying to split the United States from its allies?
(FOX) – Hudson Institute director of Chinese strategy Michael Pillsbury doubts White House threats will lead to China transparency.
(ABC) – A new COVID-19 variant is spreading through areas with lower vaccination rates.
(The Atlantic) – Attacks on symbols of nationhood are not merely symbolic actions. They strike at the nationhood the symbol represents.
(CNBC) – Delta, the highly contagious Covid-19 variant first identified in India, is becoming the dominant strain of the disease worldwide, the World Health Organization’s chief scientist said Friday.
(Gingrich 360) – Putin has called collapse of Soviet Union the “greatest geopolitical catastrophe” of the 20th century.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb calls for a “different vaccine delivery strategy” to reach the unvaccinated going into the fall.
(CBS) – Transcript of an interview with Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, June 20, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(Huffington Post) – Michael Osterholm doubted there would be future national surges in COVID-19 but said “substantial” local and regional ones were a possibility.
(BBC) – Ritula Shah is joined by a panel of experts.
(Hold These Truths) – We cover everything you need to know about Medicaid, from its origins and purpose to how it’s working today.
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(FOX) – ‘My view is that it’s more likely that this came from the laboratory than it came from nature’
(MSN) – Osterholm said there is still lot of work to do in order to safely get vaccines in many parts of the population.
(The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) – Watch as Dr. Gupta reflects on the last 15 months of the pandemic and what we have to look forward to in the future.
(FOX) – Redfield argued COVID-19’s efficient human-to-human spread contradicted behavior of other deadly coronaviruses with similar profiles.
(William & Mary) – Starting with Hong Kong and ending with New York, Culver watches the ebb and flow of news cycles around the world.
(GZERO) – The US showed leadership at the G7, with alignment to counter China’s Belt and Road.
(GZERO) – Exiled opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya expresses deep hopes and fears for Belarus.
(GZERO) – Are the European Union’s sanctions against Belarus effective?
(Gingrich 360) – This two-year mission led Biggio on a journey across the United States.
(FOX) – Historian notes the increasing belief in a static ‘science’ as ‘magical thinking.’
(GZERO) – Former US Ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder weighs in on Biden’s European trip.
(Osterholm Update) – Dr. Osterholm and host Chris Dall discuss the international spread of COVID, the spread of the newest variant of concern, the ongoing virus origin controversy, the debate about immune passports, and a new segment on practical advice for listeners.
(New York Times) – Some in the field are discussing other methods of testing to track outbreaks, including examining wastewater for signs that infections might be present in a community.
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says there’s a risk of new outbreaks from the Delta coronavirus variant heading into the fall.
(Bloomberg) – Dr. Harry Broadman joins Bloomberg.
(Bloomberg) – The most important thing is the economic recovery of the global economy.
(Daily News) – Unvaccinated players are required to wear masks in team facilities. Vaccinated players no longer have to.
(NewsNation USA) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Wednesday he believes enough Americans are fully vaccinated to delay the risk presented by the Delta Covid variant.
(Spiked) – Niall Ferguson on the history of human catastrophe.
(CNBC) – There have been a higher-than-expected number of cases of heart inflammation in 16- to 24-year-olds after receiving their second dose of Pfizer’s or Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccines.
(CNBC) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the two positive Covid cases on a Royal Caribbean ship.
(Maryland.gov) – Governor Larry Hogan today toured the site of the future Novavax headquarters in Gaithersburg.
(The Athletic) – The NFL Players Association is encouraging union members to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
(Financial Advisor) – If you want to build new brain cells, do things in a completely different manner from normal.
(International Finance Law Review) – Berkeley Research Group’s Harry Broadman discusses the steps the G7 should take to engage collaboratively in R&D to protect their collective economic fortunes
(FOX) – Former acting White House Chief of Staff and former OMB Director Mick Mulvaney breaks down what the Biden budget says about this administration’s priorities.
(CNN) – It’s been a traumatic year for us all, and some of us might take longer than others to get to where they feel safe enough to go mask-free.
(GZERO) – “It’s time to not just move on, but rather think carefully about pre-empting future pandemics by bolstering health security.”
(CNBC) – Gottlieb, who led the FDA from 2017 to 2019 in the Trump administration, said more clarity on timing could arrive in the coming months.
(Business Day) – Despite president’s pledges economic growth remains low and unemployment high.
(Texas GOP) – “I now prepare to meet the constant pressure of the progressive socialist left with a resolute pressure of a constitutional conservative.”
(Des Moines Register) – Former Vice President Mike Pence, a frequent Iowa visitor during President Donald Trump’s term, will return to Des Moines this summer.
(MSNBC) – Dr. Michael Osterholm discusses the rise in covid cases in the UK caused by the spread of the Delta variant.
(FOX) – Latest developments, buzz, and speculation in the next race for the White House.
(CBS) – The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, June 6, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(CBS) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb said officials need to take a “broader view” when assessing the origins of the coronavirus, and defended Dr. Anthony Fauci from criticism over his early handling of the pandemic.
(Bloomberg) – Latin American leaders on the right and left have not fared well against Covid. In other ways, too, the U.S. is increasingly resembling its neighbors to the south.
(Gingrich 360) – After years of preparation, practice and training, the Allies had come to break German power in Europe.
(Health Leaders Media) – Seema Verma shares what drives her to work in healthcare policy, her goals while serving on the board of directors for both Lumeris and Monogram Health, her thoughts on the Biden Administration, and advice for future leaders.
(GZERO) – Is Netanyahu’s time as Israel’s prime minister about to end?
(India West) – After decades of photographing rock stars, movie stars and heads of state, Annie Leibovitz has added a business leader to her portfolio: Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi.
(Yahoo!) – While a 50th birthday party can be fun, imagine the bash you’ll have when you turn 100.
(Yahoo!) – A Collaborative Musical and Cinematic Celebration of Antarctica’s Vulnerable Beauty
(MSNBC) – While there are varying reasons why some Americans are hesitant to get the covid vaccine, Dr. Michael Osterholm explains why he is optimistic that more vaccine skeptics will change their minds.
(FOX) – Former Speaker of the House says every nation should increase their tariffs on China on Fox News Primetime.
(UnHerd) – Instagram activists have turned false narratives into deadly fantasies.
(GZERO) – “I want to do a quick take today on China, because you will have seen that the two-child policy has now gone the way of the one child policy.”
(People) – Pete Frates is credited with co-creating the viral Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness about ALS.
(MSNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins Morning Joe to discuss where the U.S. is in the fight against the coronavirus and the seeming return of a regular summer.
(Vulture) – After 14 months and over 300 episodes, Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction — still said to be CNN’s best-performing podcast in terms of downloads — was converted into a new show called Chasing Life in early May.
(CNN) – CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down the technology that allowed for rapid development of safe and effective mRNA Covid-19 vaccines.
(Forbes) – I wouldn’t do what I do if I didn’t love it. But I get to that starting line, I have to remember that I am there because I truly love swimming, biking and running and also the competitiveness of it.
(FOX) – “We need to also look at public health through the lens of national security.”
(Salem News) – The Red Sox are trying not only to raise ALS awareness, but also recognize the impact that the Frates family has had in bringing ALS to the forefront of people’s consciousness.
TORONTO, May 31, 2021 /CNW/ – André Picard, health reporter and columnist for The Globe and Mail, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, chief medical correspondent for CNN, will be in back-to-back conversations in a special Tribute Talk presentation by The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) on June 10 at 1 p.m. ET. The Canadian Journalism Foundation’s Tribute Talk features André Picard, health reporter and columnist for The Globe […]
(FIW) – Be complete — Do not try to parse answers to questions. Answer them fully and completely.
(Foreign Investment) – “Failure to establish trust may jeopardize successful reviews of even the most benign of transactions.”
(CBS) – “If, in fact, the blood samples show that a high prevalence of people in that lab have been exposed to this virus, that’s pretty definitive proof that this coursed through that lab.”
(ECNS) – Deeming the China-U.S. relationship the most important in the world, the former U.S. Treasury Secretary stressed that it is in the interests of both countries that competition should be “as healthy as possible” without unnecessary confrontation.
(The Today Show) – Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins Weekend TODAY to discuss the current situation and says he thinks it’s “very unlikely we’ll see a sharp rebound in the virus.”
(FOX) – Former acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on what to expect from Biden’s proposed $6 trillion budget that Democrats claim will ‘reshape America.’
(FOX) – Biden to unveil $6 trillion budget plan.
(The Atlantic) – An overambitious faction of the activist left is standing in the way of voting-rights reform.
(CNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss his thoughts on employers potentially requiring workers to be vaccinated under federal law.
(FOX) – The FOX News Rundown is a news-based daily morning podcast.
(The Atlantic) – If their thesis is right, it points to a course opposite what they propose.
(CNBC) – Evidence that Covid-19 originally leaked from a Wuhan virology lab is growing, Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday.
(WSJ) – This is a good time to start building up capacity to fight the next novel pathogen.
(FOX) – War without casualties (or limited casualties) – an idea that still attracts military thinkers today.
(Bloomberg) – Audrey Tang empowered Taiwan’s citizens. Dominic Cummings lost out to British bureaucracy.
(CBS) – “I think CDC is going to have to revise its guidance for summer camps because wearing a mask, you know, is difficult in the summertime when it’s hot.”
(Global Investor) – Post-BREXIT economic activity across the “new” single market of England, Scotland, and Wales–Great Britain–is no longer subject to EU competition policy strictures enforced by the European Commission in Brussels.
As an internationally recognized, award-winning media personality, it’s no surprise that Montel Williams delivers an electrifying experience to audiences. Utilizing his signature style of vulnerable storytelling, Williams captivates viewers while uncovering his life experiences as a decorated former naval officer, beloved talk show host, and best-selling author.
(The Atlantic) – Some are trying to turn the lab-leak theory into a potent political weapon.
(Foreign Affairs) – Hypervigilance Beats Preparation for Unpredictable Crises
(National Review) – In the Middle East, he has replaced strength with weakness, moral clarity with confusion, and loyalty with betrayal.
(FOX) – Trump-Pence admin proved low taxes are key to creating prosperity for all Americans.
(New York Times) – The C.D.C.’s updated masking guidelines are adding to the confusion about who should cover up, and when.
(TODAY) – Two-time Paralympic athlete Melissa Stockwell joins TODAY 100 days out from the Tokyo Paralympic games to talk about her journey from military service to inspiring a new generation of athletes.
Dr. Julie Gerberding analyzes health risks and their related social and economic consequences and defines the necessary strategies and steps to assure we not only have the resilience to address urgent crises, but also the investments necessary to improve our overall health and wellness.
(CBS) – Josh Linkner, tech entrepreneur and best selling author, appears on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
(GruntStuff) – The potential outbreak might imply implementing powerful lockdown measures once more, Osterholm mentioned.
(WSJ) – Many unvaccinated Americans aren’t ‘antivaxxers,’ but need incentive and information.
(USA Today) – It’s outrageous that in the 21st century, AAPI people and others live in fear because they look like their ancestors didn’t arrive on the Mayflower.
(CNN) – CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the CDC’s announcement that fully vaccinated people go can without masks indoors and outdoors.
(CNN) – Gupta said the CDC “made a critical error here in surprising basically everyone with a very significant change.”
(Gingrich 360) – In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic as the United States rapidly distributed emergency loans as part of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to help struggling businesses, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) dictatorship saw an opportunity for American money and took it.
(The Interview with Hugh Hewitt) – Niall Ferguson joins.
(FOX) – ‘We’re moving into uncharted territory,’ the former acting chief of staff said.
(The Rob Snow Show) – On Today’s show: Dr. Harry G. Broadman – Chair in Emerging Markets.
(UnHerd) – Hostile and polarised, today’s America reminds me of my Somalian clan
(Washington Post) – President Biden could help restore America’s infrastructure, fiscal strength and leadership at a time when all are sorely needed.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joined “Squawk Box” to discuss his thoughts on the quickly-changing federal guidance on coronavirus restrictions.
(Bloomberg) – A major lesson of Covid-19 is that there is no distinction between natural and man-made catastrophes.
(CNN) – Science tells us we may go maskless more frequently and see each other’s faces again for the first time in over a year.
(WSJ) – The solution is to ease restrictions on exporting shots and build more production capacity.
(Gingrich 360) – We need more politicians to think like ranchers and business owners, not like politicians.
(The Spectator) – If China ends up winning the Second Cold War, historians … may well conclude that its victory began when Americans decided to imitate not just OBOR and CBDC but the Cultural Revolution itself.
(Gingrich 360) – If the Facebook oligarchs can silence someone who served as President of the United States and received nearly 75 million votes, then they can silence anyone.
(Bulwark) – David Frum joins Bulwark podcast.
(Katie Couric) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the COVID crisis in India.
(CNBC) – Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the coronavirus pandemic as the economic reopens and more Americans get vaccinated.
(CNBC) – Navigating public and commercial health insurance to get innovative medical products covered can be a never-ending cycle of bureaucracy.
(CNN Newswire) – A review of the Army’s grooming policy was ordered last year by then-acting Secretary of Defense Mark Esper in an effort to address race and inequality in the military.
(ABC) – Former Facebook public policy director Katie Harbath, a Green Bay native, discusses the move by some states to penalize social media companies.
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(People) – Melissa Stockwell, who has partnered with Procter & Gamble on their Lead with Love campaign, tells PEOPLE the Games will be “a celebration of sport not just for the U.S. but for the entire world”
(theScore) – The NFLPA said it will continue to support each player as they choose to stay away from team facilities for voluntary offseason work.
(Irish Times) – A new book by Josh Linkner argues that it’s the little ideas that can yield big rewards.
(CNBC) – Gottlieb explained that the overall outlook for vaccinations in the U.S. “looks very good.”
(CNN) – Katie Harbath says the Oversight Board wants to give Facebook six months to review its decision on Trump to see “how the political climate continues to evolve.”
(NewsNation) – Facebook oversight board upholds Trump’s social media ban but must review the penalty
(CNBC) – The U.S., Canada and U.K. are among some of the high-income countries actively blocking a patent-waiver proposal designed to boost the global production of Covid-19 vaccines.
(CNBC) – President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his administration’s latest goals in the fight against the coronavirus.
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson joined “Squawk Box” on Wednesday to discuss the battle over taxes on Capitol Hill and how to break the gridlock.
(CNBC) – Marc Short, partner at the Coalition to Protect American Workers and former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, joined “Squawk Box” on Tuesday.
(The Hill) – Facebook’s Oversight Board is set to decide whether or not former President Donald Trump should be let back on the platform after he was suspended in January.
(ABC) – For years, Republicans have accused social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter of censoring speech by members of their party.
(Bloomberg)- Democrats should take heed: Trump was right to use tariffs to reduce America’s reliance on imports, improve national security and protect American jobs.
(Associated Press) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit New Hampshire in June, his first trip to the first-in-the nation presidential primary state since the 2020 general election campaign.
(USAMRDC News) – “The Spring Research Festival gives Scientists and Engineers a platform to showcase the hard work and ground-breaking research…”
(CNN) The Chasing Life podcast from Dr. Sanjay Gupta is coming soon.
(The Atlantic) – U.S. policy makers should look to the future with a little more confidence and a lot more trust in trade, markets, and the superior potential of a free people.
(WSJ) – Businesses should band together and formulate flexible guidance suitable to their own industries.
(CBS) – I’m hopeful that the FDA is going to authorize the Pfizer vaccine, the company I’m on the board of as applied for permission to start giving its vaccine to 12 to 15 year olds.
(FOX) – Fox Nation host says movement to defund police puts officers and communities at risk.
(Westport News) – “We have the winning agenda,” Pence said. “And now it’s incumbent upon us to take that winning agenda to the American people.”
(Gingrich 360) – The depth and seriousness of the reaction to big spending, big government liberalism was captured in the strong response of Senator Tim Scott’s rebuttal immediately after the Biden speech.
(The Economist Podcast) – Historian Niall Ferguson tells us presidents learn the wrong lessons from those who came before them.
(The Hill) – Former Vice President Pence on Thursday made his return to the public eye.
(The Atlantic) – Biden’s plan: Go big or go home.
(FOX) – Marc Short on Ingraham Angle
(Health Affairs) – Antimicrobial research continues to exhibit lengthening development timelines, declining success rates, and receding industry sponsorship.
(Hoover Institution) – Discussing the present crisis at the southern border and what a 21st-century version of immigration reform should resemble.
(CNBC) – “The guidance that CDC put out, I think, is a step in the right direction, but it’s relatively confusing,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(Commentary Magazine) – In defending the rights of women, the Somali-born author has incurred the wrath of liberals
(CNBC) – Gottlieb discusses why he thinks it may be time to ease coronavirus safety restrictions as more people get vaccinated.
(Evening Standard) – From plagues and volcanic eruptions to the current Covid pandemic, mankind has always been faced with catastrophes.
(University of Wisconsin-Madison) – Katie shared her insights into the evolution of political media, and talked about her goals for her own DC-based company, Anchor Change.
(The Athletic) – It is telling how every year, college athletes across all sports are the ones who reveal the built-in layers of inequality, unfairness and ethical bankruptcy…
Avonhurst Senior Advisor Dr Pippa Malmgren says that the next 100 days is ‘T-time’ for business and the economy.
(WSJ) – The CDC is moving too slowly in updating its advice to comport with the scientific evidence.
(VOA) – “The science and technology agreements are far less powerful and comprehensive than the agreements on investment and trade.”
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(CNBC) – Gottlieb discusses what he expects when it comes to the spread of coronavirus as more businesses and employers are planning to reopen over the summer and into the fall.
(Fair Observer) – With a largely unnoticed change in legislation, President Xi Jinping has acquired the tools to eliminate any rival, especially Premier Li Keqiang and Vice-Premier Hu Chunhua.
(WSJ) – Clear lines of authority would make it easier to resolve the Johnson & Johnson complications.
(CNBC) – “I think we’re going to start to see the pandemic rollover in the United States in terms of the cases coming down,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(Bloomberg) – Take it from a Scot abroad: We don’t need another referendum.
(CNBC) – “We eradicate things where we have very high vaccination rates, and where the vaccine is a one-and-done vaccine where it’s fully protective for a long duration and for life,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
(CNBC) – The Pfizer CEO said a third dose is likely and there may be an annual booster.
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(The Salt Lake Tribune) – Adviser to former President Donald Trump on the biggest geopolitical challenges facing the United States.
(Katie Couric) – This past (very long) year, Dr. Sanjay Gupta has been immersed in all things COVID-19, as CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent reporting on the front lines of this novel virus.
(Digital Politics Radio) – Anchor Change is looking to solve issues at the intersection of democracy and technology.
(Market Watch) – A doctor becomes a patient, and new learning begins.
(WWSG News) – We’re proud to welcome Robert C. O’Brien as our newest exclusive speaker.
(Liberty University) – Short also offered encouragement by noting that although President Trump and Pence did not share all the same ideas, Pence’s humble disposition and desire to serve contributed to the duo’s productivity while in office.
(FOX) – Former National Security Advisor discusses pulling troops from Afghanistan, Biden’s handling of Russia and China and Iran nuclear talks.
(FOX) – Former National Security Advisor discusses pulling troops from Afghanistan, Biden’s handling of Russia and China and Iran nuclear talks.
(Endpoints News) – FDA has to keep up with constantly evolving science, as well as the need to recruit and train people with highly specialized skills.
(The Atlantic) – Misperceptions and rage are blinding Republicans—and their voter-suppression measures may backfire.
(CNBC) – “The challenge with the question around these so-called vaccine passports is that people right now don’t own the information verifying that they’ve been vaccinated.”
(Monogram Health) – Policy leader joins Monogram to help accelerate transformation of care for kidney disease patients.
(Washington Examiner) – A former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director is joining the team at Big Ass Fans, a company that claims to have a COVID-19-killing technology.
(CNN) – Every year, tens of thousands of Americans get sick from diseases that could be prevented by vaccines – some people are hospitalized, some even die. Immunization is our best protection against these diseases.
Secretary Slavonic’s decorated military career along with his other dynamic executive positions have uniquely offered him a wide and varied range of expertise, including intelligence-related military activity and high-level leadership in both public and private sectors. Slavonic has written four books. His upcoming title “Saddam Hussein: The Beginning of The End” shares an intimate, first-hand […]
(Florida Today) – Kimbrough was commissioned into the Army as an aviator after studying engineering at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
(WLFITV) – Readers could soon add a few more books to their collection.
(ABC) – Former Vice President Mike Pence has a book deal.
(WWSG News) – WWSG is proud to announce Dr. Birx as our newest exclusive speaker.
(Washington Examiner) – It will seek to defend the Trump-Pence administration’s record while building what aides said would be a “winning formula for a broader coalition.”
(FOX) – Marc Short discusses the Biden administration’s policies and Pence’s new advocacy group.
(Washington Times) – Advancing American Freedom will help ensure that we continue to boldly forge a future of freedom for all the American people.
(Today) – Commissioner Chokshi | United Hospital Fund Gala
(Simon and Schuster) – Former Vice President Mike Pence will publish his autobiography with Simon & Schuster.
(FOX) – Former Pence chief of staff questions why U.S. would want to compete with socialist economies’ tax rates on ‘Kudlow.’
Ambassador Robert C. O’Brien served as the 28th United States National Security Advisor and is a highly regarded diplomat, having played an integral role in negotiating the Abraham Accords, representing the United States at the 60th UN General Assembly, and many other accomplishments.
(CNN) — There has been a worrisome trend emerging in recent weeks: Cases among younger people are rising.
(CT News) – Despite worries that the country was heading for a fourth wave, Gottlieb said he believed the nation had crossed an “inflection point” and he expected spikes to be more isolated than in the past.
(CNBC) – CNBC’s “Squawk Box” team discusses the coronavirus pandemic and whether there’s another wave of variants with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner.
(CNBC) – A person who received a Covid shot should still wear a mask around an at-risk individual who hasn’t been vaccinated.
(The Hill) – Decline is a relative term, but clearly by a preponderance of measures America is declining while China is ascending.
(WSJ) – A drug that could prevent severe symptoms could help those who can’t or won’t get vaccinated.
(Bloomberg) – U.S. policy makers need to wake up to the potential of digital currency and electronic payments and the peril of allowing China to dominate them.
(The Dispatch) – Mick Mulvaney talks with Sarah and Steve about his life in politics.
(Hawaii Luxury) – Lady Carnarvon, resident of television’s beloved Downton Abbey, adds Hawaii’s Hoola Nã Pua to her fascinating repertoire.
(The Atlantic) – The GOP’s version of freedom puts greater priority on right-wing cultural folkways than on rights of property and ownership.
(Washington Post) – We have no choice but to pursue all possible theories and accept whatever truth the facts lead to.
(WWSG News) – WWSG is proud to announce Secretary Chao as our newest exclusive speaker.
(TheWrap) – ”I pray this book will deliver a strong dose of encouragement and hope!“ the on-air host tells TheWrap.
(CNBC Africa) – Broadman answers the question, “How Can EAC Countries Attract More Foreign Direct Investment to Aid Recovery from COVID19?”
(Harvard Business Review) – The coronavirus pandemic is forcing global experimentation with remote teaching. There are many indicators that this crisis is going to transform many aspects of life. Education could be one of them if remote teaching proves to be a success.
(Yahoo!) – What can you do if you’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine, but your kids haven’t?
(FOX) – The Coalition to Protect American Workers officially launched its website Tuesday and is designed to fight back against proposed tax increases on businesses.
Deborah Birx’s unique experiences researching and managing programs aimed at finding successful therapeutics for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and COVID-19 inform her powerful speeches.
(CBS) – Gottlieb says vaccines should provide “pretty big backstop” against new virus surge.
(The Atlantic) – The fall of the Soviet Union left behind a grim legacy of nuclear danger. After 30 years, the last weapons-grade uranium has been eliminated.
(CNN) – Larger employers will benefit from the Fed’s decision to start buying the debt of commercial companies, including newly issued debt.
(University of Wisconsin-Madison) – There is no finish line in this work. We’ll solve some problems and new ones will always emerge as new technologies are invented.
(Sports Illustrated) – While on the Pat McAfee Show, Honnold recounted a time when he was rock climbing on a “rest day” in Yosemite National Park.
(WSJ) – With Covid precautions and eventual vaccines for children, classrooms can reopen in time for the fall.
(CBS) – While reflecting on Women’s History Month, Stockwell said if her story can help motivate someone, she’s all for it.
(WWSG News) – WWSG is thrilled to announce former Vice President Mike Pence as their newest exclusive speaker.
Karen Pence’s charismatic speeches highlight her unique experiences as the Second Lady of the United States and First Lady of Indiana. Her remarks illustrate the passion and dedication she feels towards art therapy awareness and to the sacrifices made by military service members and their families.
The Honorable Michael R. Pence, 48th Vice President of the United States, is known for gracefully advancing conservative policies with respect to limited government, fiscal responsibility, economic development, educational opportunity, and upholding the fundamental virtues of the U.S. Constitution.
(Foreign Policy) – And that spells trouble for liberal democracy and Beijing’s relations with Washington.
(Bloomberg) – America is a diplomatic fox, while Beijing is a hedgehog fixated on the big idea of reunification.
(WSJ) – The new limit for schools is 3 feet. But the public is in the dark about the basis of these recommendations.
(NYT) – Three experts respond to questions from readers about what they can do after getting vaccinated.
(Jimmy Kimmel Live) – Dr. Gupta talks about being a practicing neurosurgeon, the idea of growing new brain cells and regaining new function as you age…
(Bloomberg) – The conversations highlight how the $1.9 trillion injection of stimulus will affect states, education, and inflation in the United States.
(Yahoo! Finance) – Sheila Bair, Volcker Alliance Director & Former FDIC Chair, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss what to expect next from the Fed.
(The Atlantic) – Only 52 percent [of constituents] approve of the way [Biden] is handling immigration—yet the administration seems too paralyzed to act.
(David Webb) – David speaks with Joe Grogan about Biden’s speech, covid, and healthcare.
(Dallas Innovates) – Dr. Deborah Birx is ActivePure’s new chief medical and scientific advisor.
(Newsmax) – WWSG speaker Joseph Grogan joins Wake Up America.
(KatieCouric.com) – Girls may be the climate heroes of the future. But first, we must empower the ones we have left behind.
(Foreign Policy) – As domestic problems mount, Beijing’s planners are lowering expectations.
(Carnegie) – To succeed, the Quad needs to evolve from a China-focused club of four to a group of first movers on an array of specific functional challenges. The best way to do this is for the four countries to form the core of a rotating set of ad hoc problem-solving coalitions in the Indo-Pacific.
(FOX) – Former Trump domestic policy council director Joe Grogan discusses the $1.9 trillion stimulus, welfare expansion and the need for schools to reopen.
(WSJ) – She’s an inspiration to minorities and women and is under baseless attack.
(CBS Newspath) – One year after the coronavirus was declared a pandemic, more than half a million people in the U.S. have lost their lives to the virus.
(CBS) – “A lot of control happens at the state and local level. And that’s appropriate because it allows jurisdictions to tailor what’s happening, the policies to their communities.”
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group welcomes Dr. Caitlin Rivers to our list of impressive exclusive speakers.
(Military News) – As President Biden’s team at the Department of Defense (DoD) starts settling into their new roles, one of their first priorities will be to address what the stated U.S. defense strategy will be.
(CNN) – The next two months could determine whether the US will experience another surge in coronavirus cases, according to the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(Carnegie Endowment) – Taiwan’s prowess in high-tech manufacturing and data privacy could make Taiwan firms unsung heroes of the global competition over standard setting for emerging technologies.
(Bloomberg) – “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output.”
(Carnegie) – Taiwan’s prowess in high-tech manufacturing and data privacy could make Taiwan firms unsung heroes of the global competition over standard setting for emerging technologies.
Dr. Caitlin Rivers uses outbreak science to improve public health preparedness and response, using infectious disease analytics and modeling to support public health decisions.
(NYT) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is planning to make his first public remarks since leaving office in January.
(CBS) – Scott Gottlieb gives a U.S. vaccination update on Face the Nation March 7, 2021.
(Faithwire) – I am hopeful this will not come to pass, and our religious freedoms will not be stripped from us, because of that all-important First Amendment guaranteeing the free exercise of religion.
(MSNBC) – Dr. Osterholm warns that states are “opening up in a way that is just an invitation for this virus to spread.”
(Daily Caller) – Epidemiologist Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota said Thursday “we have every reason to believe” coronavirus cases will rise.
(Carnegie) – A U.S.-Taiwan trade pact would be welcome, but laying the groundwork will take time, and the two sides risk losing momentum. Several other shovel-ready economic initiatives could be ready sooner and shouldn’t be delayed.
(CNBC) – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday he is rescinding the statewide mask mandate and allowing all businesses to reopen at 100% capacity.
(The Choice) – Infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm joins Mehdi Hasan to discuss President Biden’s vow to have vaccines for every adult in the U.S. by the end of May.
(The Daily Signal) – Every citizen deserves the freedom to support, oppose, criticize, or promote the candidates and causes they believe in.
(FOX) – Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced at a press conference on Tuesday that former CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield would be joining Maryland’s public health team as a senior adviser.
(WBAL) – Hogan announced that the former director of CDC will join Maryland’s COVID-19 team as a senior adviser for public health.
Robert Redfield, M.D. is an American virologist and physician who has been on the cutting edge of some of the most significant scientific medical discoveries of modern history. He is widely respected for his central role in the establishment of the HIV/AIDS clinical research vaccine and subsequent development programs for therapeutic and preventative use.
(ABC) – A group of veterans joined together for a virtual press conference on Monday to call on the South Carolina Legislature to enact a comprehensive medical cannabis program in 2021.
(WSJ) – Intel agencies and public-health officials need to work together against security risks like Covid.
(CNN) – The practice of finding new uses for old medications –– called repurposing or repositioning drugs –– is not new.
(CNN) – The practice of finding new uses for old medications––called repurposing or repositioning drugs––is not new.
(Foreign Affairs) – Beijing Is Undermining Confidence in a Vaccine the World Desperately Needs
(Fast Company) – If you want to make smart decisions, surround yourself with these sorts of people.
(NYT) – Nord Stream 2, a direct pipeline from Russia to Germany, isn’t going away. Neither is the clamor to cancel it.
(CIDRAP) – Dr. Osterholm and host Chris Dall discuss why COVID-19 is declining in many areas of the US, where we’re at with the variants…
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group welcomes Administrator Seema Verma to our list of impressive exclusive speakers.
(TVNewser) – Long Island University announced the winners of the 73rd annual George Polk Awards in Journalism, honoring journalists for their reporting in 2020.
Seema Verma is a national health policy expert known for her meaningful and successful implementation of new programs for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), where she served as Administrator from 2017-2021. Verma’s engaging speeches are punctuated by her admirable intellect and relevant pulse on all things healthcare-related.
(Fast Company) – In “Backable,” author Suneel Gupta says don’t simply ask “What do you think?” Instead, stage an exhibition match.
(LinkedIn) – Use the techniques that Suneel describes in Backable, and you’ll be well on your way to realizing your visions and having a more interesting life.
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group is thrilled to announce Mark Esper as our newest exclusive speaker.
(WSJ) – The Trump years left the U.S. ceding ground for its exports. Biden can regain it, with the help of allies.
(Hello Monday) – This “it-factor” is an important quality for success. And yet, it can be hard to distill.
(Columbia Public Health ) – Dave A. Chokshi, MD, MSc – Commissioner of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
(CBS) – Transcript: Scott Gottlieb discusses coronavirus on “Face the Nation,” February 21, 2021
(CNN) – Marc Short explains the thought process behind the advice given to President Trump that Vice President Pence could’ve overturned election results.
(PBS) – Epidemiologist Dr. Michael Osterholm says new COVID-19 strains will likely cause cases to surge in March.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner, says we will have general availability of the vaccine by April.
(Fox News) – Marc Short revealed new harrowing details about how his boss’s movements and coordination to deploy the National Guard during the Capitol insurrection.
(Business Insider) – Without asking the question, I never would have received the feedback.
(Financial Times) – London’s course looks uncertain, but it offers opportunities to Washington.
(BizNews) – Sheila Bair was asked for her views on cryptocurrencies and told Bloomberg that it is at nose-bleed levels.
(MSNBC) – Writer David Frum explains why Trump’s second impeachment, despite aquittal, will ‘do as a solemn and eternal public repudiation of Trump’s betrayal of his oath of office.’
(Indianapolis Star) – “While we don’t know what the future holds,” Pence said, “we know who holds the future.”
(Vox) – Without the mortality rate, it’s hard to decide how to respond and prepare for a worsening outbreak.
Mark Esper offers audiences an array of insights, ideas, forecasts, and strategies based on relevant experience, fostering the success of both individuals and teams.
(Emerald) – The introduction of artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML), blockchain, virtual reality, tablets, cell phones, applications, 5G, etc. is putting pressure on real estate organisations to change.
(WSJ) – Supply is ramping up, but many Americans are reluctant to get the shot and need to be persuaded.
(CBS) – Gottlieb says vaccines should offer “reasonable protection” against coronavirus variants.
(CBS) – Transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb that aired February 7, 2021, on “Face the Nation.”
(Bloomberg) – The history of economic bubbles casts doubt on the idea that the Reddit rebellion was a victory of the little guy over “the suits.”
(CNN) – More than a year after the first cases of Covid-19 were detected in Wuhan, China, Go There travels back to the city of 11 million people to hear about the lessons learned from the pandemic.
(USA Today) – The U.S. response to COVID-19 has been slowed by shortcomings in the data. Data and analytics need to improve to help the response.
(Heritage Foundation) – The Heritage Foundation announced today that former Vice President Mike Pence will join the organization as a distinguished visiting fellow.
(USA Today) – Former Vice President Mike Pence is returning to the think tank world.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer explains how the “first 100 days” idea started 88 years ago, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had to pull the United States out of the greatest economic crisis the modern world had ever known.
(Sports Illustrated) – NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith said Wednesday that he “[doesn’t] see any scenario” in which the league would postpone Super Bowl LV.
(Wired) – A federal office that collects outbreak data, models epidemics, and spreads the word to the public could keep the next Covid from being another Covid.
(CNBC) – Marc Short, former chief of staff to VP Mike Pence, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the former VP’s future and his expectations for bipartisan support for additional stimulus.
(CNBC) – The U.S. Covid testing system is “discontinuous” and “problematic,” Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Tuesday.
(GZERO) – One of the most heated debates happening on Capitol Hill right now is whether Democrats should push to eliminate the Senate filibuster in order to overcome Republican opposition to their legislative agenda.
(WWSG News) – Worldwide Speakers Group is thrilled to announce Marc Short as our newest exclusive speaker.
(National Press Foundation) – CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta, M.D., will be recognized Feb. 18 with the National Press Foundation’s Chairman’s Citation for his tireless and distinguished coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(GZERO) – Ian Bremmer talks to two very different lawmakers from each chamber Congress: two-term Democratic Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy and freshman Republican South Carolina Representative Nancy Mace.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb joined “Squawk Box” on Monday to discuss concerns surround vaccine efficacy against several coronavirus mutations emerging around the world.
(CNN) – Anderson Cooper, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Leana Wen discuss vaccines and the coronavirus variants in the US and around the world.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb says inoculations may stem the spread of a new coronavirus variant in the coming months.
(CNBC) – Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses effectiveness of J&J Covid-19 vaccine
(Global Investor) – Event hosted by The Capitol Forum on how enforcement actions by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) might be different under the Biden Administration than the previous Trump Administration.
(The Atlantic) – Republicans appear poised to flinch from reality, protect Trump, and betray the country.
(CNBC) – David Frum, author of “Trumpocalypse,” says Republicans have to stop thinking they can control Trump and instead get rid of him.
(New Yorker) – The coronavirus is devastating America, and getting worse—but it’s not too late for a concerted effort to save countless lives.
(WSJ) – His idea of ‘modernizing’ rules is to assert they have benefits that are ‘impossible to quantify.’
(GZERO) – As far as Biden’s actions, the initial executive orders were pretty consistent with what we had grown to expect coming into the Paris Climate Accord…
(SGB Media) – Aqua Lung announced today that renowned wildlife photographer and conservationist Paul Nicklen is joining the brand as a global ocean ambassador.
(The Times) – A neurosurgeon claims we can reduce cerebral damage by adjusting our lifestyles.
(CNBC) – Pfizer will now ship fewer vials of its coronavirus vaccine because it had previously shipped more doses than anticipated in its first traunche of distribution.
(The Motley Fool) – Corporate titans join notables from the political and entertainment spheres to push for a greener future.
(Bloomberg) – This week’s Wall Street Week features former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair.
(WSJ) – Variants of the virus can be stopped if uncovered early—but that will require more genetic sequencing.
(CBS) – “We’re not sequencing a lot of strains right now in the United States. Maybe we’re sequencing a couple of thousand a week right now.”
(Bloomberg) – Presidents sworn in during crises are popular at first. But unforeseen events can soon change that.
(WSJ) – The former president dropped the efforts to replace the acting attorney general after top DOJ officials agreed to resign en masse in protest if he succeeded, people familiar said
(Maria Shriver) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta on his new book “Keep Sharp.”
(CNBC) – Scott Gottlieb joins ‘Closing Bell’ to talk about how to increase the limited vaccine supply.
(New York Times) – Trying to find another avenue to push his baseless election claims, Donald Trump considered installing a loyalist.
(Parade) – I just spilled a big cup of coffee on the floor, just as I was setting everything up,” says Stanley Tucci, who, like the rest of us, isn’t immune to the challenges of working from home.
(The Atlantic) – Trump’s pardons sent an unmistakable message, capping the corruption of his tenure in office.
(Catalyst) – Especially important during a pandemic, health care’s common challenge is making sure how we deliver care and change the structures of society actually contributes to the health of the people we intend to serve.
(CBS Sports) – The NFL continues to dangle a carrot to push coaching diversity, but it might require a stick.
(NYT) – Dr. Robert Redfield predicted the “worst is yet to come” with the coronavirus and expressed frustration with the politicization of mask-wearing and mitigation efforts.
(CNBC) – Gottlieb discusses some of the issues with the coronavirus vaccine rollout and what he expects the income Biden administration to implement.
(theScore) – NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith says the upcoming offseason will likely be virtual again due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Radio.com) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta busts “lost a few brain cells” myth and reveals secrets for sharp brain function.
Marc Short most recently served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Mike Pence. Mr. Short also served as Assistant to the President and Director of Legislative Affairs at the White House for President Donald J. Trump. As the legislative affairs director, he worked to successfully pass the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and shepherd through the nomination of Justice Neil Gorsuch.
(Bloomberg) – Niall Ferguson looks at President Donald Trump’s legacy and the challenges President-elect Joe Biden is expected to face.
(Health Affairs) – Recent CMS action aims to usher in a new era of value-based drug reimbursement.
(Detroit Free Press) – Challenge yourself to add a small dose of something extra, and you’ll enjoy oversized success as a result.
(The Oklahoman) – A new Navy vessel will be named for Oklahoma’s Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
(Washington Post) – On Dec. 14, 10 days before Jeffrey Rosen took over as acting attorney general, Mr. Trump’s assistant emailed Mr. Rosen, asserting that Dominion Voting Systems machines in Michigan were intentionally fixed and pointing to a debunked analysis showing what “the machines can and did do to move votes.” The email declared, “We believe it has happened everywhere.”
(CMS.gov) – Taken in their totality, the actions CMS has taken over the last four years will revolutionize healthcare for generations to come and will transform healthcare for every American patient.
(NPR) – “This has been one of the greatest crises that this nation’s had.”
(CNBC) – Niall Ferguson says social media companies have too much power and there’s little being done by regulators to control it.
(Vogue) – Osaka posing in a slip dress during an outdoor cover shoot with photographer Annie Leibovitz.
(Boston.com) – “Frankly, I thought his statement was spot on,” DeMaurice Smith said.
(Bloomberg) – Pandemics have always bred political lunacy, but societies develop resistance to both.
(WRAL) – “We could vaccinate everyone in this country and still have a real problem with coronavirus…”
(Healthcare IT News) – “As we look forward, we are confident that we have laid a solid foundation for interoperability on which future administrations can continue to build.”
(Bloomberg) – Carly Fiorina, founder, chair and chief executive officer at Carly Fiorina Enterprises, speaks with Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn about this backlash, and the response by big tech.
(San Angelo Live) – At this tumultuous time in our American history, I must reiterate this leadership maxim: “Cool Heads Always Prevail.”
(Newsweek) – COVID-19 has exposed significant deficiencies in the nation’s long-term care system that policymakers can no longer ignore.
(MSNBC) – The violent takeover of the U.S. Capitol by President Donald Trump’s supporters was a “secession from American democracy.”
(Yahoo!) – Joe Grogan, Former Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council and Fellow at USC Schaeffer Center joins Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers to discuss the latest on the Georgia Senate races, COVID-19 vaccine distribution, and more.
Chris Lewis and Dr Pippa Malmgren, authors of The Infinite Leader, discuss how the current education system must change in order to effectively nurture leadership.
(AAKP) – Today, more than 100,000 Americans are on waiting lists to receive a lifesaving organ transplant.
(CNBC) – Carly Fiorina discusses what is necessary to move the country forward after Wednesday’s unrest when a violent mob of Trump supporters sought to prevent the confirmation of Joe Biden’s electoral victory.
(NYT) – The venture aims to push climate-friendly businesses into the mainstream.
(CNN) – President Donald Trump spent more time addressing his election grievances than encouraging election turnout.
(The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta, explains that the coronavirus vaccine is 95% effective at keeping people from falling ill, but vaccinated people can still become infected.
(CNBC) – “Next fall and winter, if we do things right, it will look like a very bad flu season,” Dr. Scott Gottlieb, member of the boards of Pfizer and biotech company Illumina and former FDA commissioner…
(CBC) – David Frum and Aisha Mills talk to Adrienne Arsenault about the wider impact of the run-off.
(WSJ) – Most companies benefiting from the Fed’s bond buys didn’t need the cash, and didn’t spend it well either.
(CNBC) – “The South Africa variant is very concerning right now because it does appear that it may obviate some of our medical countermeasures…”
(CNN) – I have to invest in my brain now to ensure that it stays sharp into ripe old age, even if my body starts to betray me.
(MSNBC) – The Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer joins Morning Joe to discuss its lists of global risks for 2021.
GZERO – In a GZERO Live discussion, Ian Bremmer explained why US domestic politics were named the “top risk” for the second consecutive year…
Since joining CNBC International in 2007, Carolin Roth has covered some of the biggest economic and business stories of the past decade. Having worked and lived in Zurich, London, and Germany, she is a European expert with a truly global view.
(CNBC) – “I would make [the coronavirus vaccine] generally available to them, to the extent possible, while we focus on these prioritized groups.”
(CBS) – When he’s not on CNN giving updates on the coronavirus, Sanjay Gupta is at his day job, as a neurosurgeon. “I’ve had a longstanding love affair with the brain,” he said.
(Washington Post) – Each of us swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. We did not swear it to an individual or a party.
(The Atlantic) – The president’s nonstop abuse of power seems determined to force a reckoning.
(CBS) – “But the idea that we’re going to get to 20 million vaccines, vaccinations by the end of the year, that’s probably unrealistic at this point.”
Robert Zoellick (11th President of the World Bank and Senior Counselor, Brunswick Group) shares insights on how the United States can lead on international trade, the importance of the World Bank in addressing pressing global issues such as climate change, what is needed for an effective US policy toward a rising China, and his recommendations for the incoming Treasury Secretary.
(NYT) – Mr. Parscale, President Trump’s former campaign manager, was angry after he was demoted last summer, and wanted out of politics. That didn’t last long. He is starting a new political data company.
(National Interest) – To succeed in Asia, President-elect Joe Biden will need an administration that whines less, competes more, and leverages American strengths in the Asia that actually exists, not the one of its wishes, dreams, and fantasies.
(CNBC) – “It became pretty clear relatively quickly that it was, from a public health perspective, as far as identifying people who were Covid positive, it was a failure.”
(CBS) – “It does seem to be the case that we’re on track probably to peak in terms of the number of infections somewhere around the first week in January.”
(National Review) – On the COVID-19 recession, the White House’s economic agenda, the U.S.–China trade relationship, and more.
(CNN) – Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes us behind the scenes with him as he gets the coronavirus vaccine at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
(supchina) – “…the securitization of the US-China relationship, in particular the securitization of commercial flows…”
(OKC) – Secretary Gregory J. Slavonic, who is performing the duties of Under Secretary of the Navy, made his first visit to North Africa while serving in this capacity.
(CNN) – According to the same poll, only 62% of Black respondents answered they would be willing to get a vaccine, up from 50% in September.
(Nature.com) – The pandemic has accelerated the arrival of the digital era in many aspects of American health care.
(CDC.gov) – “The disruption to daily life due to the COVID-19 pandemic has hit those with substance use disorder hard,” said CDC Director Robert Redfield, M.D.
(Politico) – The appointments to the panel come following a similar purge and replacement at the Defense Business Board.
(Daily Memphian) – This virus is so much more contagious, Dr. Robert Redfield expects the world is looking at 85% to 90% “to shut this down.”
(Newsweek) – As new vaccines enter the market, it is hard to think of a public program that has yielded a larger return so quickly for our country and the world than President Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed.
(Wall Street Journal) – The U.S. is in danger of losing its dominant leadership position in global financial services.
(The Oklahoman) – We will never lose sight of our mission, or relent in our defense of the United States of America.
(CNN) – Our human spirit has made us innovative, creative, resourceful and tenacious enough to see this dream of a vaccine bear fruit. But it’s our human behavior and biological reflexes that will dictate how deep our wounds ultimately go. No amount of science can rescue us from ourselves.
(CNBC) – “This is not just the worst public health event. This is the worst event that this country will face, not just from a public health side.”
(CNBC) – Redfield, speaking at an event hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said that about 90% of hospitals in the country are in “hot zones and the red zones.”
(CDC.gov) – The HIV community has remained resilient in the face of great challenges.
(WSJ) – Born 100 years ago, the pianist and composer found immense success melding musical classicism with polyrhythmic experiment.
Hailed by CNN as “the infectious disease expert who has been warning us for a decade and a half that the world will face a pandemic,” Dr. Michael Osterholm quickly became the go-to expert on the public health impact of COVID-19. A sharp critic of the complacency that led to the current global pandemic, he […]
(TIME) – To get Americans on board, Wen recommends that the incoming president reach out to three groups: economists, prominent Republicans, and religious leaders.
(AL Defaiya) – Slavonic expressed US support for Egypt’s efforts to monitor and secure its extensive coastline and combat smuggling, trafficking, and piracy.
(The Atlantic) – The Republican Party now has two paths forward.
(Daily News Egypt) – Slavonic expressed US support for Egypt’s efforts to monitor and secure its extensive coastline and combat smuggling, trafficking, and piracy.
The close-run election of Joe Biden proves the traditional view of Democrat and Republican strongholds is changing… forever.
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – Trump toughened America’s approach to China, but his administration was long on attitude and short on strategy. Many Asian governments want a more systematic approach from Biden.
(Foreign Affairs) – How Beijing Positioned Itself as the Savior of the Developing World
(The New England Journal of Medicine) – This epidemic is entirely preventable.
(New York Times) – Jeffrey A. Rosen, the deputy attorney general, said the Justice Department knew the company would use its many resources to fight the agency.
(Atlantic Council) – US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins the Atlantic Council to discuss the importance of alliances and partnership in US national security and how to enhance and expand those relationships.
(Atlantic Council) – US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins the Atlantic Council’s #ACFrontPage event series to discuss the importance of alliances and partnership in US national security and how to enhance and expand those relationships.
(RAND Corp.) – U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper visited RAND’s Santa Monica headquarters on September 16, 2020.
(Heritage) – A question and answer session with the man responsible for implementing the strategy, Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper
(Tulsa World) – “Our footprint is small in Oklahoma, unlike the Air Force and the Army,” said Slavonic.
(Yahoo Finance) – We do not allow banks to extend and pretend loan obligations that are clearly unaffordable to the borrowers. We should at least ask the same of our government.
(Military.com) – This month, 11 sailors and one civilian attached to Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, were recognized with commendations and awards for stopping an armed suspect who tried to gain access to the base May 21.
(JAMA Network) – The FDA is committed to supporting patient safety and study integrity during the pandemic.
(MedScape) – “We can always chart a better course and end up where we need to be. That’s where I keep trying to push us.”
(Fox News) – The stage is set for a truly historic encounter
(Bloomberg) – There are nine reasons Trump may still win, but none seems likely.
(America Military News) – Acting Under Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gregory J. Slavonic served as the keynote speaker at the Rhode Island Nine Beirut Memorial dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony September 27 in Providence, Rhode Island.
(Marines.mil) – Acting Under Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gregory J. Slavonic served as the keynote speaker at the Rhode Island Nine Beirut Memorial dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony September 27 in Providence, Rhode Island.
(Medium) – “I would work on prototyping an Earth+ future where every human activity has a positive impact on our beautiful planet. When you look at the impact that humans have had on the planet, there is barely a single place that hasn’t been negatively impacted by our presence.”
(JAMA) – At the beginning of the fall of 2020, the opening of colleges and universities poses new challenges and accompanying risks for transmission on campuses and in their surrounding communities.
(MilitarySpot) – Acting Under Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Gregory J. Slavonic receives honors upon arriving at the Portuguese Naval Headquarters Sept. 26, 2020.
(The Hill) – Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao is close to beating a record.
(The Globe and Mail) – Our technological moment offers other upgrades.
(The Wall Street Journal) – The FDA balances benefits with safety risks, and interference makes Americans nervous.
(CNN) – Since the beginning of 2020, when we first started hearing about a new coronavirus, eventually dubbed SARS-CoV-2, our understanding of what it is, how it infects people, who it infects and how we can protect ourselves have all evolved as our knowledge has grown.
(New England Journal of Medicine) – This case, and the six that followed, brought the total to 3462 cases — the second-largest Ebola outbreak in history.
(CMS.gov) – The Medicare program represents a solemn promise to seniors that their nation will be there for them in their golden years.
(The Globe and Mail) – Economics as a corporate profession enjoys a strong reputation – one that it has earned by taking a disciplined approach to forecasting.
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(Wall Street Journal) – The agency can roll out a Covid shot safely, quickly and without bowing to political pressure.
(CNN) – “The reality is that this is the President’s obligation to make a nomination, he’ll do so and he’ll do so in the near future.”
(Newsmax) – President Trump should keep Robert C. O’Brien to help America and her allies stay free, safe, and prosperous for four more years.
(Washington Post) – The Justice Department has charged five Chinese nationals in separate global hacking schemes targeting more than 100 video game firms, universities and other victims.
(NYT) – The United States’ technological dominance gives it an immense power. But how long will that last?
(The Wall Street Journal) – The FDA can approve a promising candidate for those most at risk while continuing to collect data.
(The Globe and Mail) – The pandemic of 2020 has appeared in many guises: the destroyer (of lives and livelihoods), or the divider (generating tension, highlighting inequality).
(Science Mag) – Rivers has emerged as a clear-eyed, tactful narrator of the unfolding pandemic.
(The Wall Street Journal) – Adherents of both pursue ideological purity, refuse to engage in debate and demand submission.
(CNBC) – Covid-19 is an overdue reminder for medical manufacturing to return to the United States.
(MSNBC) – Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb weighs in on the suspension of a COVID-19 vaccine trial, the likelihood of a vaccine for the general public this year and what he expects from the coming flu season.
(CNN) – The US Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for convalescent plasma to treat Covid-19. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a deeper look at the data and explains why controlled randomized trials are still necessary to fully understand the effectiveness of convalescent plasma.
(FOX) – ‘The thing we want people to know is that suicide is preventable,’ she said
(SunSentinel) – Our hope is that the people of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua will one day live in democracies like the rest of their neighbors.
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) – Beijing and Washington are competing to set Asia’s rules, norms, and standards. But other countries in the region are increasingly choosing to shape its future themselves.
(Bloomberg Opinion) – Detractors have been equating the U.S. with 1920s Germany for 85 years, and they are still wrong.
(Fox News) – The Republican Party has not done enough to win a significant share of our votes
(Fox News) – It seems we’ll get a vaccine sometime next year at the latest