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Channel Title : ABC News

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Published Date : 2017-09-11T01:36:18.000Z

Scientists warn that the city will flood with just 3 feet of storm surge.

Channel Title : KPIX CBS SF Bay Area

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Published Date : 2018-05-24T07:23:45.000Z

Some popular medications may make you feel better, but may be bad for your brain. Allen Martin tells us they may even put at a higher risk for dementia.

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Published Date : 2017-05-23T00:17:38.000Z

Round Rock ISD schools took most of the slots for Top 5 elementary and middle schools.

Channel Title : The Economist

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Published Date : 2017-04-18T06:53:32.000Z

UNESCO's World Heritage site designation aims to protect the world's most valuable natural and cultural treasures. But often, that designation is not enough. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: In 2016, the archaeological site of Philippi in Greece was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It was one of 21 such sites that made the grade last year. The World Heritage Convention was adopted in 1972 with the aim of protecting the world's most valuable natural and cultural treasures. One of the first World Heritage sites was the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. Italy has the most UNESCO World Heritage sites with 51 followed by China, Spain, France, Germany, and Mexico. There are now a total of 1052 World Heritage sites around the world in 165 countries. 814 of them are cultural sites that may have historical or anthropological value. 203 are natural sites that may include habitats for threatened species. 35 are a mixture of both types. But some of them are at risk. Of 229 sites identified by the World Wildlife Fund as being significant for their natural value in 2016 almost half are threatened by industrial development such as illegal logging, mining, and oil and gas development. Being designated a World Heritage site can bring attention and put pressure on governments to protect areas but the publicity can also cause an uptick in tourism to the sites, leading to further degradation. 55 World Heritage sites are listed a being in danger, some of them due to conflict. All six of Syria's UNESCO's World Heritage sites have been damaged or destroyed in the war. Palmyra was an ancient city whose well-preserved ruins were partially blown up by Islamic State militants after they seized control of the area. But World Heritage does not only consist of places you can visit. UNESCO has a list of things of "intangible cultural heritage" that icnludes items such as yoga, Turkish coffee and Belgian beer. They, at least, do not seem to be at risk of disappearing anytime soon. Daily Watch: mind-stretching short films every day of the working week. For more from Economist Films visit: Check out The Economist’s full video catalogue: Like The Economist on Facebook: Follow The Economist on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: Follow us on LINE: Follow us on Medium:

Channel Title : World Economic Forum

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Published Date : 2017-01-11T08:26:25.000Z

The 2017 edition of the Global Risks Report looks at the most significant long-term risks worldwide, drawing on the perspectives of experts and global decision-makers.

Channel Title : WPTV News | West Palm Beach Florida

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Published Date : 2015-06-03T20:29:23.000Z

Plan to build at the 45th Street Flea Market ◂ WPTV NewsChannel 5, Local News Coverage You Can Count On. South Florida, Palm Beach County, Treasure Coast breaking news, weather and traffic. WPTV is South Florida's top-rated television station, covering Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. For more download the WPTV mobile app: iPhone: Android:

Channel Title : RT

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Published Date : 2017-03-03T12:59:09.000Z

So-called ‘no-go zones’ where it's too dangerous to enter without police protection, have become a pivotal problem in Sweden, says Gordon Grattidge, the head of the country's ambulance union. The union boss also said they need special equipment to be able to go with the police into dangerous areas. This equipment includes helmets and body armor while ambulance vehicles must be reinforced. Sweden's police officials say the problem in no-go zones is exaggerated, despite numerous reports about violence and high crime rates in those areas. Gordon Grattidge adds those no-go zones are mainly populated by migrants. READ MORE: RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Google+ Listen to us on Soundcloud: RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.

Channel Title : BoKnowsEntertainment

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Published Date : 2015-05-12T12:52:07.000Z

Excerpt: "Nepal officials and child rights groups say hundreds of thousands of children have been forced into camps since losing their homes in last month’s earthquake and some of them are at risk of exploitation, abuse and even human trafficking." - Headline / link: Children in Nepal earthquake areas feared to be at risk: Related: Another Massive Earthquake Hits Nepal Google Exec Killed in Everest Avalanche Due to Nepal Earthquake Nepal Death Toll Now 2300 As NJ Doctor Now Reported Dead Catch the Bo & Rocko Show, Wednesdays, 10-12 PM EST on Revolution Radio, Studio A: for more updates

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Published Date : 2014-09-07T00:12:09.000Z

A group of local at-risk teenagers spent their Saturday helping our environment.

Channel Title : NDPC

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Published Date : 2017-04-20T12:44:22.000Z

Originally Aired April 11, 2017 "Increasing Support Systems for High Potential At-Risk Learners in Rural Areas" For more resources on the topic link to, Solutions to the Dropout Crisis airs on the second Tuesday of every month at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Channel Title : Free Press

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Published Date : 2018-05-11T14:31:56.000Z

Residents on the Big Island of Hawaii were alerted on Thursday (May 10) to rising levels of toxic gas from lava-oozing fissures, and geologists warned that new areas east of the erupting Kilauea volcano may be at risk of molten rock bursting from the ground. In Pahoa, the nearest village to Kilauea, some schools remained closed after the area was hit by a 6.9 magnitude earthquake on Friday, the biggest since 1975

Channel Title : Bass Pro Shops

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Published Date : 2017-07-07T20:12:34.000Z

Bass Pro Shops donated a Regency pontoon boat to Miami-based nonprofit Mahogany Youth Corporation, significantly advancing the organization’s ability to introduce thousands of area at-risk children to the outdoors through innovative fishing programs.

Channel Title : Kingdom Enterprises

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Published Date : 2017-11-01T23:14:50.000Z

I was able to share at Youth For Tomorrow. It is an organization that helps kids that are recovering from addiction, abuse, or sex trafficking.


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Published Date : 2017-09-21T12:41:28.000Z


Channel Title : KPIX CBS SF Bay Area

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Published Date : 2018-05-22T07:51:19.000Z

Susie Steimle reports on lack of funds to support private homes providing care for mentally ill in San Francisco (5-21-2018)

Channel Title : KPIX CBS SF Bay Area

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Published Date : 2015-01-23T07:37:23.000Z

There are now at least seven measles cases in the Bay Area. In San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda Counties. At lease one of them now tied to Disneyland. Christian Hartnett reports. (1/22/15)

Channel Title : Vlad Nikolskiy

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Published Date : 2015-11-28T16:09:42.000Z

Прохождение пиратской зоны в Красном море и Персидском заливе. Сопровождение автоматчиками.

Channel Title : CBS Denver

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Published Date : 2018-04-28T00:00:00.000Z

East Colfax at the border of Denver and Aurora can be a rough area, especially for at risk youth.

Channel Title : WICS ABC 20

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Published Date : 2014-07-14T14:31:54.000Z

This story originally aired on June 22, 2014.

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Published Date : 2018-05-10T17:17:15.000Z

Death toll hit 48 with several people still missing and many left homeless following extensive damage caused to homes, schools and businesses.

Channel Title : LAND Of SCIENCE

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Published Date : 2017-11-02T04:00:44.000Z

People living in the British constituency Hayes and Harlington, in Greater London, will be the most affected by the upcoming Intelligence Revolution. As many as 39.3 percent of jobs in the area could, in the not-so-distant future, be completed by robots and other systems of artificial intelligence (AI), according to a new report. Meanwhile, citizens of Edinburgh South can feel relatively secure in their professional callings. Apparently they're the least at risk with only 21.8 percent of jobs in danger of being automized over the next decade or so. Admittedly, one in five is still rather a lot. The paper was written by UK thinktank Future Advocacy, whose self-declared mission is to "work collaboratively towards the policy changes, business practice changes, and individual behavioural changes that will ensure that AI development is beneficial to all of humanity. "They hope to encourage politicians to do more to get Britain ready for the imminent job upheaval. The researchers came to their conclusions by combining the professional make-up of each British constituency with the results of a recent PwC study into the automatability of different industries. The PwC report found that roughly 30 percent of British jobs (and 38 percent of US jobs) are at high risk of automation. Employees are most at risk if they work in the wholesale and retail trade, manufacturing, administrative and support services, or transport and storage. Future Advocacy found that the number of jobs that will be threatened by automation by the early 2030s sits somewhere between 22 percent and 39 percent, depending on the constituency. The regions expected to be most affected are the old industrial heartlands (the Midlands, North England, and industrial centers in Scotland); areas that have already seen high levels of unemployment in recent decades thanks to deindustrialization. Breaking it down further, the report lists the five constituencies most at risk of automation. These are: Hayes and Harlington [39.3 percent], Crawley [37.8 percent], North Warwickshire [37.1 percent], Alyn and Deeside [36.8 percent], Brentford and Isleworth [36.8 percent], . The above constituencies have large populations of people working in the manufacturing, and transport and storage industries. In comparison, the five constituencies least at risk have more people employed in highly skilled occupations and industries, like education and healthcare. These are: Edinburgh South [21.8 percent], Glasgow North [22.2 percent], Liverpool, West Derby [22.3 percent], Oxford East [22.8 percent], Wirral West [22.9 percent], . The study likens the upcoming Intelligence Revolution to the Industrial Revolution, where new technology saw a big shift from manufacturing to service jobs. So far, technology has created more jobs than it's taken, but will this continue?. As the authors pointed out, "[The UK] is well placed to reap great overall economic benefits from the development of AI, but it is not yet clear how those benefits will be shared". Thanks for your watching!... Please Share this video!!... And Don't Forget To Subscribe!!.

Channel Title : WPRI

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Published Date : 2013-06-13T23:00:33.000Z

Warwick areas at risk for floods

Channel Title : MountainRidersAllian

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Published Date : 2017-07-02T20:31:27.000Z

Recorded at Red Lodge, Montana on June 16, 2017, the symposium focuses on the state of the ski industry and specifically community ski areas. Introduction by Jamie Schectman - :15 Key Note by Jon Reveal - 5:11 Panel Discussion with Matt Hansen, Carl Kish & Jon Reveal - 47:27 Topics Discussed: Ski Industry Consolidation - 49:22 How Can Small Ski Areas Compete - 55:08 Sustainability Initiatives - 58:47 Climate Change Affects on Ski Area Operations - 1:10:27 Soul and Authenticity - 1:19:31 Attracting Millennials - 1:29:55 Diversity - 1:35:11 Predicting the Future of Small Ski Areas - 1:41:29 Open Questions - 1:49:39

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Published Date : 2010-06-15T20:36:33.000Z Greg Wagenblast has seen his share of trouble in the hills surrounding Oakridge. "The whole Oakridge area is considered a community at risk," said Wagenblast, district forester with the Oregon Department of Forestry. Another fire season is fast approaching in western Oregon. In places where rural

Channel Title : WIBX

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Published Date : 2017-08-09T15:18:31.000Z

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Channel Title : Farhat's Accounting Lectures

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Published Date : 2017-10-28T15:24:15.000Z

Like us on Facebook: Visit the website where you can search using a specific term: Connect with Linked In: Inventory Fraud Risks Inventory is often the largest account on many companies’ balance sheets, and auditors often find it difficult to verify the existence and valuation of inventories. As a result, inventory is susceptible to manipulation by managers who want to achieve certain financial reporting objectives. Because it is also usually readily saleable, inventory is also susceptible to misappropriation. Fraudulent Financial Reporting Risk for Inventory Fictitious inventory has been at the center of several major cases of fraudulent financial reporting. Many large companies have varied and extensive inventory in multiple locations, making it relatively easy for the company to add fictitious inventory to accounting records. While auditors are required to verify the existence of physical inventories, audit testing is done on a sample basis, and not all locations with inventory are typically tested. In some cases involving fictitious inventories, auditors informed the client in advance which inventory locations were to be tested. As a result, it was relatively easy for the client to transfer inventories to the locations being tested. Warning Signs of Inventory Fraud Similar to deceptions involving accounts receivable, many potential warning signals or symptoms point to inventory fraud. Analytical procedures are one useful technique for detecting inventory fraud. Analytical Procedures Analytical procedures, especially gross margin percentage and inventory turnover, often help uncover inventory fraud. Fictitious inventory understates cost of goods sold and overstates the gross margin percentage. Fictitious inventory also lowers inventory turnover. Table 10-5 is an example of the effects of fictitious inventory on inventory turnover based on the Crazy Eddie fraud. Note that the gross profit percentage did not signal the existence of fictitious inventories, but the significant decrease in inventory turnover was a sign of fictitious inventories. Purchases and Accounts Payable Fraud Risks Cases of fraudulent financial reporting involving accounts payable are relatively common although less frequent than frauds involving inventory or accounts receivable. The deliberate understatement of accounts payable generally results in an understatement of purchases and cost of goods sold and an overstatement of net income. Significant misappropriations involving purchases can also occur in the form of payments to fictitious vendors, as well as kickbacks and other illegal arrangements with suppliers. Fraudulent Financial Reporting Risk for Accounts Payable Companies may engage in deliberate attempts to understate accounts payable and overstate income. This can be accomplished by not recording accounts payable until the subsequent period or by recording fictitious reductions to accounts payable. All purchases received before the end of the year should be recorded as liabilities. This is relatively easy to verify if the company accounts for prenumbered receiving reports. However, if the receiving reports are not prenumbered or the company deliberately omits receiving reports from the accounting records, it may be difficult for the auditor to verify whether all liabilities have been recorded. In such cases, analytical evidence, such as unusual changes in ratios, may signal that accounts payable are understated. Companies often have complex arrangements with suppliers that result in reductions to accounts payable for advertising credits and other allowances. These arrangements are often not as well documented as acquisition transactions. Some companies have used fictitious reductions to accounts payable to overstate net income. Therefore, auditors should read agreements with suppliers when amounts are material and make sure the financial statements reflect the substance of the agreements. Misappropriations in the Acquisition and Payment Cycle The most common fraud in the acquisitions area is for the perpetrator to issue payments to fictitious vendors and deposit the cash in a fictitious account. These frauds can be prevented by allowing payments to be made only to approved vendors and by carefully scrutinizing documentation supporting the acquisitions by authorized personnel before payments are made. In other misappropriation cases, the accounts payable clerk or other employee steals a check to a legitimate vendor. Documentation related to the purchase is then resubmitted for payment to the vendor. Such fraud can be prevented by canceling supporting documents to prevent their use as support for multiple payments. Other Areas of Fraud Risk

Channel Title : KPIX CBS SF Bay Area

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Published Date : 2014-09-19T21:29:53.000Z

 According to an Oxford study, 47 percent of all jobs are at risk of being automated out of existence. But workers trained in science and technology should be well-positioned to ride out the loss of jobs. (9/19/14)

Channel Title : Elle Fashion

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Published Date : 2018-04-12T23:04:12.000Z

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Channel Title : LaGrange Panthers

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Published Date : 2014-01-22T14:14:56.000Z

Most college students would consider tackling a double major while playing an intercollegiate sport to be a difficult task to juggle. But for LaGrange College junior Jalen Butler, it's not enough. "In high school, I was just a basketball player, and people kept telling me to broaden my horizons, especially my mother," says the exercise science and political science major from Augusta. "But that was my comfort zone at the time. When I got to LaGrange College, I met a lot of people who pushed me to do even greater things and get more involved. Finally, a light bulb came on for me, and now I have this internal push to want to serve my campus and serve my community."” Jalen has worked as a basketball camp counselor for the past two years at the college's summer athletic camps for area youth. And as part of the Exercise Science program, he served as an intern for the physical education teacher at nearby Hollis Hand Elementary School spring semester his sophomore year. This year, he has continued mentoring by eating lunch weekly at Whitesville Road Elementary School with boys who do not have father figures in their lives. Each Tuesday at the 100 Black Men of LaGrange Prevention Center he and seven of his fellow teammates help eighth- through 12th-grade at-risk youth with their homework. "I've been blessed to have a lot of people throughout my life care about me," says Jalen, who plans to become a college basketball coach after earning a master's degree. “Some kids don't really have anybody, and that just pushes me. Some people have that one person who might say just one sentence that helps make a big difference in their lives. "I just want to be a positive influence on them. If they're playing in a basketball game, I want to be there so they can see my face in the crowd watching them. If they need help with their homework, I give them my phone number so they know they can call me."” Jalen's basketball coaches have taken notice of the mentoring he's done in the lives of local young students and nominated him for the National Association of Basketball Coaches and Allstate Insurance Co.'s Good Works Team. The award recognizes a select group of college basketball student-athletes who have made significant contributions to the greater good of their communities through volunteerism and civic service. Jalen and his coaches recently learned he was named one of 117 male finalists nationwide for the Good Works Award. (Eighty-four female nominees were named through the Women's Basketball Coaches Association as well.) The final roster of 20 award recipients will be unveiled in February. "For Jalen to be nominated for this award shows what type of young man he is,"” says David McGreal, Assistant Men's Basketball Coach and the college's Director of College Access and Admissions. "He is a wonderful example of creating students who aspire to lives of integrity and moral courage, as our college's mission says. He exemplifies the core values of LaGrange College as well."” Jalen also has excelled in the classroom while juggling basketball and volunteering. He won the basketball team's Glen Simpson Academic Award in 2012-13 and was selected to the USA South Academic All Conference Team that same year. He is a contributing researcher in the college's Political Science program, a junior Senate member of the Student Government Association and an active member of the LaGrange College Honor Council, Enactus and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He's also participated in Real Men Read, the Troup County Beautification Project and Stop Hunger Now. "LaGrange College has been a great fit for me, and my growth while I've been here is amazing,"” Jalen says. "I have pushed myself to be the best I can possibly be because I have lofty goals and aspirations for myself, and I know that slacking will not get me there. People have tried to tell me that throughout various parts of my life, but now I get it."”

Channel Title : Farhat's Accounting Lectures

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Published Date : 2017-10-28T14:48:39.000Z

Like us on Facebook: Visit the website where you can search using a specific term: Connect with Linked In: Revenue and Accounts Receivable Fraud Risks Revenue and related accounts receivable and cash accounts are especially susceptible to manipulation and theft. A study sponsored by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) found that more than half of financial statement frauds involve revenues and accounts receivable. Similarly, because sales are often made for cash or are quickly converted to cash, cash is also highly susceptible to theft. Fraudulent Financial Reporting Risk for Revenue As a result of the frequency of financial reporting frauds involving revenue recognition, the AICPA and SEC issued guidance dealing with revenue recognition. Auditing standards specifically require auditors to identify revenue recognition as a fraud risk in most audits. Several reasons make revenue susceptible to manipulation. Most important, revenue is almost always the largest account on the income statement; therefore a misstatement only representing a small percentage of revenues can still have a large effect on income. An overstatement of revenues often increases net income by an equal amount, because related costs of sales are usually not recognized on fictitious or prematurely recognized revenues. Revenue growth is often a key performance indicator for analysts and investors, providing an even greater incentive to inflate revenue. Another reason revenue is susceptible to manipulation is the difficulty of determining the appropriate timing of revenue recognition in many situations. Three main types of revenue manipulations are: Fictitious revenues Premature revenue recognition Manipulation of adjustments to revenues Fictitious Revenues The most egregious forms of revenue fraud involve creating fictitious revenues. You may be aware of several recent cases involving fictitious revenues, but this type of fraud is not new. The 1931 Ultramares case described in Chapter 5 involved fictitious revenue entries in the general ledger. Fraud perpetrators often go to great lengths to support fictitious revenue. Fraudulent activity at Equity Funding Corp. of America, which involved issuing fictitious insurance policies, lasted nearly a decade (from 1964 to 1973) and involved dozens of company employees. The perpetrators held file-stuffing parties to create the fictitious policies. Premature Revenue Recognition Companies often accelerate the timing of revenue recognition to meet earnings or sales forecasts. Premature revenue recognition, the recognition of revenue before accounting standards requirements for recording revenue have been met, should be distinguished from cutoff errors, in which transactions are inadvertently recorded in the incorrect period. In the simplest form of accelerated revenue recognition, sales that should have been recorded in the subsequent period are recorded as current period sales. One method of fraudulently accelerating revenue is through violating accounting rules related to “bill-and-hold” sales. Sales are normally recognized at the time goods are shipped, but in a bill-and-hold sale, the goods are invoiced before they are shipped. These types of sales can be legitimate depending on the contract terms, but can violate accounting standards if the required terms are not met. Another method involves issuing side agreements that modify the terms of the sales transaction. For example, revenue recognition is likely to be inappropriate if a major customer agrees to “buy” a significant amount of inventory at year-end, but a side agreement provides for more favorable pricing and unrestricted return of the goods if not sold by the customer. In some cases, as a result of the terms of the side agreement, the transaction does not qualify as a sale under accounting standards. Two notable examples of premature revenue recognition involve Bausch and Lomb and Xerox Corporation. In the Bausch and Lomb case, items were shipped that were not ordered by customers, with unrestricted right of return and promises that the goods did not have to be paid for until sold. The revenue recognition issues at Xerox were more complex. Capital equipment leases include sales, financing, and service components. Because the sales component is recognized immediately, Xerox attempted to maximize the amount allocated to this aspect of the transaction. Manipulation of Adjustments to Revenues The most common adjustment to revenue involves sales returns and allowances. A company may hide sales returns from the auditor to overstate net sales and income. If the returned goods are counted as part of physical inventory, the return may increase reported income.

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Published Date : 2016-05-18T13:30:07.000Z

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Published Date : 2009-06-23T15:44:13.000Z

The English Heritage organisation says one in seven conservation areas across Britain is at risk of neglect or damaging changes; and has launched a new awareness initiative to redress those concerns.

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Published Date : 2014-12-05T15:47:03.000Z

'The 19 Faces of John Howard Ontario’ Campaign is an Ontario wide, awareness building campaign. Beginning Tuesday December 2nd, Giving Tuesday, John Howard Ontario will release one video a day showing people the kind of work we do and the impact we are having in communities across Ontario. To access services or to support our important work please visit us at

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Published Date : 2012-08-14T23:26:16.000Z

DAYTON -- Thousands of local jobs could be lost soon if a deal isn't reached on the budget.That's what Congressman Mike Turner says. Today, he hosted a community forum on sequestration cuts. Those are cuts to the federal budget that are set to take place at the beginning of 2013.Turner says Defense will take a big hit if Congress doesn't come up with a deal."As the next general months unfold, thousands of jobs are going to be at risk right here in our community," Turner said. "People are going to be starting to receive notices from defense contractors that their jobs might be at risk."Turner says the forum was his effort to get the word out about the possible job cuts.

Channel Title : Global NGO Alliance Admin

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Published Date : 2016-11-01T03:07:21.000Z

The series of seven presentations bring in member experts in their respective fields to outline the risks and what can be done to reduce them. Areas that will be addressed are: helmets, drunk driving, speeding, seat belts, child restraints, distraction and drowsy driving.

Channel Title : TWICE Today

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Published Date : 2018-05-20T19:17:18.000Z

A third of the world's protected areas at risk from human pressure

Channel Title : Towergate Insurance

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Published Date : 2014-11-07T11:58:47.000Z

For more information visit our website: If your property is in a flood risk area or is has a history of flooding, it tricky to get insured. Learn how to assess the risk in your area and find a suitable policy. Video transcript Getting cover for your property can be tricky if you’ve previously claimed for flood damage or your property is in a flood risk area. Many companies won’t provide any cover what so ever. At Towergate we will do our best to provide cover but in some cases this cover could exclude flooding. In order to assess what sort of cover we can provide, we’ll conduct a flood risk assessment. This assessment is impartial and takes into consideration past flooding events, the possibility of future events and the lengths you’ve taken to prevent flood damage. If you’re in a flood risk area it pays to keep an eye on the Environment agency’s warning system. The warning system runs from level one to three – three being the highest threat level. As well as warning people, the environment agency also offer advice on how to cope with flooding at each of the three levels. Visit their website for more information. In addition to the flood risk assessment I’ve already mentioned, we’ll also ask you about your flooding history to accurately assess the risk of it happening again and the amount of damage or loss it’s likely to cause. If we can cover you for flood damage, we’ll cover you against flooding caused by: • Sea/estuary flood • River flood • Surface rainwater flood • Backing up of drains If you’re worried your property might be in a flood risk area or you’re struggling to get home insurance as a consequence, give us a call or enquire on line to find out if you can get covered with Towergate.

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Published Date : 2013-02-21T21:47:52.000Z

A video from Chicago Public Schools details the success that teachers and children have gained while piloting iStartSmart Mobile tablets by Hatch. (Business Wire) Business Wire press release available:

Channel Title : KGW News

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Published Date : 2017-08-31T01:32:50.000Z

A look at area levees and the risk of flooding

Channel Title : Shipping TV

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Published Date : 2017-03-09T15:46:19.000Z

News video: Drivers and vehicles are once again at risk in Calais and surrounding areas as migrants return, say the FTA

Channel Title : GeoscienceAustralia

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Published Date : 2014-01-20T05:23:46.000Z

A short film about a scientific project aimed at enhancing risk analysis capacities for flood, severe wind from tropical cyclones and earthquake in the Greater Metropolitan Manila Area. Manila is one of the world's megacities, and the Greater Metro Manila Area is prone to natural disasters. These events may have devastating consequences for individuals, communities, buildings, infrastructure and economic development. Understanding the risk is essential for implementing Disaster Risk Reduction programs. In partnership with AusAID, Geoscience Australia is providing technical leadership for risk analysis projects in the Asia-Pacific Region. In the Philippines, Geoscience Australia is engaging with Government of the Philippines agencies to deliver the "Enhancing Risk Analysis Capacities for Flood, Tropical Cyclone Severe Wind and Earthquake in the Greater Metro Manila Area" Project.

Channel Title : ExpressTV Telugu

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Published Date : 2015-02-25T12:13:26.000Z

Express TV the 24/7 Telugu news channel dedicated to Infotainment content. The channel delivers breaking news, live reports, exclusive interviews, political debates, women's infotainment programs, sport, weather, entertainment, business updates, filmy news, filmy gossips and current affairs. Subscribe to Follow us @ Visit us @ Google+:

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The Culture at Ralph Bunche is so positive, the media had to come check us out.


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