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Protest again turn violent in Ferguson

Aug 14, 2014|

Violence rages as protests continue in Ferguson, low-salt diets may be harmful and new tactics in the fight against stolen luggage.

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Hi this is Gordon Deal the award winning Wall Street Journal this morning starts right after this -- dot com lets you easily create a beautiful professional web site. For free with hundreds of stunning -- -- schoolteachers and popular apps you can get your business online today. Start now at ricks dot com that's WYX. Dot com. -- -- Room -- Wall Street Journal. This is the Wall Street Journal this morning America's first news -- court. A new cease fire. Good morning I'm Gordon Deal along with -- -- -- it's Thursday August 14 but you -- be with us and here's what we have for you this hour. Weapons have gone mostly silent for Israel and Hamas were taken to Gaza City for details on the latest truce. This one is scheduled for five days a fourth night of protests has turned violent in Ferguson Missouri where residents want answers about a fatal shooting by police if President Obama has designs on extensive air strikes in Northern Iraq some lawmakers say he needs congressional approval and low salt diets are under fire thanks to a new study about their effect on preventing heart disease. Cultivated. Critical nutrients because one person told me it's almost as important water vapor didn't have sodium in our bodies we would not be alive and so you know there could be. Where you can which they're aggressively low low levels could disrupt. Some of our normal physiology. Wall Street Journal reporter Ron Winslow on the health risks of low sodium diets -- here. In about twenty minutes. -- fourth night of violence in Ferguson Missouri with people throwing bottles Molotov cocktails and other things at police during protests over last weekend's fatal shooting. And on armed teenager. Police in the suburb of Saint Louis responded with smoke bombs and tear gas according to the Associated Press. Meanwhile Saint Louis county prosecutor Bob McCullough says a deal has been worked out. To interview a man named Dorian Johnson who was with eighteen year old Michael Brown when he was killed. We made some arrangements for him to come and something's got to. Got a little confused I think but but I think that is all arranged and I think he is being interviewed at this point. Separately in the aftermath of the shooting and eluding. The hacking group known as anonymous has taken credit for. Taking down the city website for much of Monday the group also released what it said were audio excerpts from Saint Louis county dispatch on the day mr. brown was killed. Police though yesterday declined to comment on the recordings. Now say that a week of US airstrikes and aid drops has allowed most of the Iraqi refugees trapped by Sunni terrorists in desolate northern mountains to escape. All but eliminating the need for any risky rescue operation more now for the Wall Street Journal most mornings Jennifer Kushinka. Especially US assessment team that spent about 24 hours in the singe our mountains determined that large numbers of the refugees from the use CD religious minority had been able to fully. The American evaluations sideline a possible rescue plan that could put American forces in direct confrontation with extremists from the so called Islamic state. But it did not solve the underlying problem the ongoing military offensive by Islamic states which is taking key parts of the country. The US is still trying to build an international coalition to shipped tons of additional arms and ammunition so Kurdish fighters in Northern Iraq can mount a counter offensive Gordon. Thanks Jennifer it's nine minutes now after the hour. Israel and the terrorist group Hamas have renewed a cease fire this time for five days. Minutes before the last cease fire was set to end yesterday. The lead Palestinian negotiator announced that Israel and Hamas the Islamist movement which rules the Gaza Strip. And approve the new truce this is the ninth. Cease fire in a five week old clash between Israel and Hamas. We take you not a Gaza City and Wall Street Journal reporter -- at Fitch who's on the -- mobile hotline is so what are you seeing today. Well I can tell you haven't got the city you know I'm odds are staying near that at the beach. They're kids playing out of the age they're fishermen have gone out this morning in -- -- that are on the scene here and people on the streets I went out earlier because they seem to be sort of now back doing their serve regular routine said. It seems that the people of Gaza at least -- are fairly competent -- I started strong. Old. So why five days this time I think you know at the regency debated as one of -- more aren't you pastors some of these. Very tricky issues for both sides yet for Israel says its security concerns and the Palestinians with their demands you -- preempt. He the movement of people of good to -- orders. It has been more time I think it kind of workers some of these really Patrick issue. Does that mean the door is open for a possible longer term agreement or is that it's too optimistic. It's really hard savvy people who we talked to. There's a mix that kind of optimism and a lot of realism and -- citizen not a day. From from people on both sides. Is there prospect of -- longer term deal of course I mean it always. The chance that they can work something out that. You know both sides that they are posturing a little bit and trying to play hard ball and you know when people do that -- this sort of figure out exactly how close they are to deal because everybody's kind of saying we won't back down from our demands and trying to kind of get the most they can. These negotiations. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter -- Fitch in Gaza City about the latest cease fire between Israel and Hamas won that is scheduled for five days this time. Any fighting in the past couple days. Yeah others spend it right right apparently fire. What an agreed last night they're a bit of exchange of fire but seems to have been limited in nature. As the Israelis. Saying that Hamas source somebody didn't in the Gaza Strip fired eight rockets. Last night. Some of them before the ceasefire expired -- an actor that you went to the fact around. And the mop of deny that -- -- -- any rockets -- -- debated. Have both sides kind of blaming the other for these start up those the the Israeli army says it did. Do some. Strikes in response to this rocket fire that since then sort of this morning. Think -- -- quiet down and then there's the fact underground is read a -- by dividing. Either side they say at this point offering any concessions. Well let you know it's hard to tell exactly and indeed this sort of closed door meeting that are that are happening in Cairo and it's not the same whether. You know what exactly are they won't hurt from. People in Cairo people -- Palestinian delegation. Saying that you know I'd actually have agreed on some. Some issues relating view this every for the lifting of the blockade of Gaza and yes. And the other demand the update that you know it is unclear practice today. Exactly where this -- -- in terms of how many think David reed army things still aren't you know need to be negotiated. But you know at some people say they're still wide. Gulf between both sides you know the date -- may be made some progress on some smaller issues that aren't quite as important that some of the bigger issues. Like you know the Palestinians want to have a support for example where ticket that you import. Things from other countries they would have to go through Egypt or Israel. -- not a big big man is out they didn't -- that spend. At all resolve any talks yet. -- so Wall Street Journal reporter Lisa Fitch. With -- us this morning from Gaza City. I don't know growing company and predictable monthly expenses making it easier to run my business. That's why I switched to the T-Mobile simple choice -- business plans we get unlimited data with no overcharges all of America's fastest Ford GL TE network. Now it doesn't matter how much data nineteen needs every month -- -- else he's the same switch to T-Mobile at T-Mobile dot com slash business. Limited time only subject to change faster four GL TE based on download -- -- -- -- -- -- -- thanks for being with us good Thursday morning this portion of the program is brought to you by pro flowers let the woman in your -- know you appreciate all she does it's been six months since Valentine's Day so she's still. 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So -- now saying President Obama needs congressional authorization for any extended military action in Iraq more on the Wall Street -- those mornings Jeff Ballinger. Mr. Obama's announcement last week of limited airstrikes designed to slow the march by Islamic state initially triggered few complaints but -- his warning over the weekend that the strikes could last longer than a few weeks some lawmakers feel further military action requires congressional approval. Among them members of his own party including Virginia senator Tim Kaine and congressman John Garamendi from California. Notably none of the house or senate leaders have joined the calls for congressional consent Gordon. Thanks -- -- war vote by the way could be difficult for members of both parties it would divide libertarian Republicans from the parties interventionist wing. And split moderate Democrats. From anti war liberals lawmakers of all stripes will also be forced to own the consequences. Of authorizing any military action that ended up failing. Or take blame for doing nothing to guard against a militant group that many see as a serious threat. It's twenty minutes now after the hour on the Wall Street Journal this morning gene studies. Good morning more aggressive Ferguson Missouri after last weekend's fatal shooting of unarmed African American teen Michael Brown by a police officer. Protests in the Saint Louis suburb turned violent last night. As people -- objects at police who responded with tear gas Saint Louis county prosecutor Bob McCullough the US attorney. In the the FBI will be conducting a parallel investigation into any potential violation of the federal civil rights law. A renewed truce between Israel and Hamas appeared to be holding despite a shaky start. After both sides agreed to give the Egyptian brokered talks more time to try to end the Gaza war. An unbelievable. Amount of rain on New York's Long Island. More than two months worth around thirteen inches fell in two hours causing flash flooding and swapping cars. Forecasters say the rain appeared to have set a record. The West African Ebola outbreak has health officials and other countries taking extraordinary precautions. In Charlotte, North Carolina three healthy missionaries. Who had contact with Ebola patients are facing a temporary quarantine. One of them is David Wright bowl husband of Ebola patient. Nancy right -- But I've spoken with Nancy earlier today and then last evening. And each time did I call her keys. She sounds better he sounds stronger. Cisco Systems known for its networking hardware says it will eliminate 6000 jobs not 8% of the workforce. This follows a quarter of -- sales growth of the company. Today brings an update on jobless claims in the meantime stock futures look a little negative this morning. Wall Street was higher yesterday the Dow rose 91. -- -- positive territory for the year despite July retail sales being flat. Earnings have boosted sentiment. Are you tired of self sees a New York YouTube prankster isn't. Took the city streets posing as a security guard threatening tourists in New Yorkers with tickets. If they didn't delete their self these Janet Kingsley even put up signs establishing a so called no self -- owns. Hover around immaculate legal. Right posing as a security guard but he's also the one who pose as a bouncer at a Starbucks. Asking people if they are on the list is that we're trying we're going to get their copy it is pretty funny that's funny very got a -- sulphide zone but it. Thank you -- 22 minutes now after the hour on the Wall Street Journal this morning thanks for being with us or something that may change your lunch or dinner plans beginning today the major new study suggests that low salt diets. Could cause more harm than good. Wall Street Journal reporter Ron Winslow says this escalates a fierce debate over the benefits of sodium reduction. In reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease Ron what are we learning. Well for the longstanding controversy of him you know hurt. A world where. There's very aggressive targets to who reduce sodium consumption two under 2300 milligrams today. Most of us. You can't overwhelm more than that the average in the US is about 3400 milligrams a day and then there's a lot of those -- Studies. -- just good to lowering salt consumption or sodium consumption. Well -- type blood pressure from their poor also. Risks so different in -- attack and stroke works but there's there a lot of disagreement recently in particular about. How low to grow with these dietary sodium. And there's been reports suggest. There -- actually hitting those targets. Could actually increase. Your risk of well hard cardiovascular disease rather than reducing its moment and get more moderate. Targets would be perhaps more appropriate. Wow -- it'd increase the risk. Well that's not entirely certain but you know soccer decision convict critical nutrient forum as one person told me it's. Almost as important -- water if we didn't have sodium in our bodies we would not be alive and then there really isn't a lot of good evidence on how much sodium the body -- if Scott well understood and they'll also you know there could be. Ways in which -- aggressively low low levels could disrupt. Some of our normal physiology the question is how. How should. These kind so. Studies in this kind of information influenced. Policies on how much sodium should be included in. Processed food. For speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter Ron Winslow about could a low salt diet actually be harmful there are some studies that say now. Yes it's possible that said I am still not taking the -- and walk off speed dial on my cellphone. All right felt good but there -- programs and just maybe one week etc. But it does get back to that those sometimes are everything in moderation Brady can't eat that every day era begin each fast food every day. You know I think that's. You know produce one of the message appears to have you know -- mean to people -- trying to death. As a society to lower salt consumption. Significantly for fifteen years or so then it -- really work permit and hasn't been much written bar association. Which he strongly opposed to the notion that there's harm here. Believes that we should keep our -- very firmly on the usual -- the other part of this study. Is that you don't -- -- relationship between sodium and blood pressure has also affected by our potassium intake. You know potassium is. Another -- comes here and for unconventional in particular in the prior to potassium. More than for the effects -- Well low high sodium -- offset so could plummet healthier to have higher potassium and them that helps mitigate the effects of price sodium. All right get that launch special chicken chummy with the side wants on -- Wall Street Journal reporter. Ron Winslow thirty minutes now after the hour on the Wall Street Journal this morning. As you probably knows here are two barriers that stand in the way of growing your wealth the first barrier. Is that it's hard to keep track of your money. Stocks for a one K bank accounts all on different sites with different user names and passwords. Second you pay someone to manage it all and you're probably paying too much. Well now there is a free and secure tool called personal capital. Personal capital brings all your accounts and assets -- one single screen on your computer phone or tablet. With the real time and trending look at your wealth. With personal capital you can also see how much you're overpaying in fees. 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Say they felt the Obama administration moved hastily in announcing Tuesday it would cut off health insurance for up to 3101000. People. Who signed up for plans through online exchanges run by the federal government if they don't send additional information. To Washington now on Wall Street Journal reporter Louise -- now ski Louise what's going on here. Back into the health -- many of whom worked extensively with immigrant communities to try to get this site up. Are scrambling to get the word out people they have until September 5 to comply with this that this. But they warned that there are a number of obstacles. That could make it difficult to deal and that some people could lose their coverage incorrectly. And what are some of the obstacles. A really big one is the department health and human services has struggled to protest the documents that have been sent into it so far there with a big backlog. Many people did send in document's -- -- the workers say. And they don't understand why they might have to do so again. There's another issued. Notices that are going out warning people that they had one last chance to send in their document because -- -- government doesn't have anything on file. Are going out in English and Spanish -- four pages. They're relatively complex they're not going out and other languages. Which immigrant advocates say is important there's that small. Sentence at the end in in various languages such as Arabic. And can need that help people. And they have a right to an interpreter. But there is short one acute -- descriptions and help people that the data is particularly urgent. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter the -- read not ski. Do we know how many legal residents this affects. There were up to a million people. Who. Initially he submitted information about themselves. When planning -- for health coverage. And that our government couldn't figure out for sure whether they were illegally in the United States that number is now been whittled down to around 3101000. People. They're certainly not. Possible to determine right now whether they have an appropriate immigration or citizenship status. Are eligible for coverage -- health care about Gavin is really important because there's a provision in the health law. They're required to the federal government can't guarantee. That only people who -- illegally in the United States whether it's because -- actually hit it then they are born here. Or there -- legally resident get coverage they're not. Just barred from getting tax -- -- that alternative and and they're not allowed to use this site at all told him their coverage this is why the government take these steps to potentially cut people off. So how to advocates feel this should be handled. Well advocates. To say that they're concerned and they think the federal government may be moving too quickly and that it's a little unfair they point out that many of these problems are in fact of the federal government and making. To help get out got a system that many people -- have problems at the outset her. A lot of people trying to roll had particular problems people who weren't born in the US but persisted through march. -- and at one point. That lasted quite long kind of system wouldn't let people add numbers for certain federal documents that were needed. TU there I did illegally in the United States. But this -- what -- -- in the documents apparently and then that that the problems continued. Get tickets let me say that they are concerned by it into the but that's that what they're focusing on now it's trying to get the word out in their communities. -- Wall Street Journal reporter. Louise -- not ski. It is 21 minutes now before the hour from the Wall Street Journal's morning reminder get the brand new WSJ radio -- Apple's App Store for iPhone and iPad and now yes for android devices to. In global -- -- -- us. This portion of the program is brought to you by Experian when it comes to getting the things you want and life your credit score can make a difference but when it comes to understanding your credit. Not all web sites -- equal with Experian credit tracker you get a real credit report and real people standing by to answer your questions including. A dedicated fraud resolution agent if you fall victim to ID theft go to Experian dot com now for your credit report and score. And -- credit confident from now on with enrollments in Experian credit tracker the Wall Street -- -- Mike Gavin here now with a look at some of the stories we're following. Well racial tensions boiled over again last night in Ferguson Missouri Molotov cocktails and other objects were reportedly thrown at police. Who responded with smoke bombs and tear gas to disperse the crowd US officials now say that week of air strikes and aid drops. Had allowed most of the Iraqi refugees trapped by Sunni extremists in desolate mountains to escape. All but eliminating the need for -- are risky rescue operation the Wall Street Journal reports today about how hospitals here in the US are taking extraordinary measures to ensure that the deadly Ebola outbreak doesn't make its way to the states. -- we'll have more all of today's top stories in America's first news. Coming up and Gordon probably because you and I are right handed and have a natural bias against lefties we missed that yesterday. Was national left handers day and it's prompting ESPN and others to put out a call on Twitter for people to submit their favorite let the athletes. Some more obvious like baseball pitching great sandy -- Randy Johnson. And the Dodgers otherworldly Clayton Kershaw. Others were not so obvious like some basketball players Chris Bosh James Harden many would Ginobili and soccer stars like -- a messy. And US women's national team forward Alex Morgan then there were the absurd which opens that I really like that says Rocky Balboa member he was this how I thought. Wait could Ben Ben Stiller is character from the movie dodge ball chiefs and even -- tam -- Steve corrales dim -- weatherman character from the movie anchorman now -- have you know how they figure this out there's a scene in anchorman where all the different news guys from all the different news channels are. Fighting each other who remember that senior -- yesterday into a big brawl right it's kind of like a Roman coliseum style brawl breaks out and all these weapons come -- just there's I have one moment as he -- character picks up much Friday enter a spear or something with -- and and really and throws in his left -- that's and I know he's a left -- athlete and can be included on the list. Think the research that went into this is astonishing DUI I love I love those though none of those does seem when people get creative with those Twitter hash tags right nominal and whites Goodman yes the Ben Stiller character and prosecute -- on people dot dobbs sexy just on the other day. That's that's another great movie if you like anchorman you would love that movie let's -- if you haven't seen yet you deficit and a with the rocky Volvo white Goodman. And brick -- Sam let it could make him throw trying to. -- sixteen minutes now in front of the hour on the wall. 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I think like he would say putting valuable thing in big bags fact kind of like the local police. You know put it. Put a car out waiting for somebody to steal it so they can get sick the other McCarthy. In this case they put. Watches jewelry iPad. Among bong and things things of value that that can be easily stolen. In bags then -- -- through screening and and wait and see if any of the TSA agent that sticky fingers. Now while some -- after their own here essentially. Yeah look at that span of a real problem for -- day and it stated that -- huge embarrassment. So. It's been BofA which created about thirteen years ago. If -- has fired. 507. Screeners for stealing things -- that the big number it's over more than a decade but it still big number. And so two years ago. John pistol the have demonstrated yesterday really started. A heavy crackdown on this thumb and including with the big bag. Thing you know they had. Ten year veteran now who had received accommodations. Take a mom bought and out of -- -- and then get fired and turned over to the police for that. And an interestingly enough some clever crux. Have. Gotten into the act of blaming TSA and and so they found. Ring of thieves who are stealing things. And importing counterfeit. Yes they notices that they did the -- they inspected the bag. Into the into the bag. For speaking with Wall Street Journal airline writer Scott McCartney about the latest in the war on luggage stuffed. Our sewage and he's eight bags that TSA is doing who else is doing something. I think a lot of airport with the encouragement from airlines there are really stepping up installation of high definition cameras in the baggage claim areas the events. A lot of real. Good -- embarrassing cases of people who. Caught multiple times I'm just as stealing bags cost carousel and there was that guy in Denver got arrested he would. Don't want the bags that some fairly famous people and hand and and that gets embarrassing. Thanks count Wall Street Journal airline writer Scott McCartney who is based in Dallas nine minutes now before the hour on the Wall Street Journal this morning -- Betty is back. American officials say several days of US air strikes and aid drops have a lot most Iraqi refugees trapped on a mountain. To escape the Pentagon says that means it's highly unlikely the US military will carry out an evacuation. The underlying problem remains though the military offensive by Islamic state forces that have seized key areas of Iraq. The Agriculture Department is out with new procedures for detecting contaminated ground beef at our stores. Officials say the moves will allow it to Trace bad beef back to its source faster remove it from sale and track down root causes of contamination. Stock futures have turned positive this morning after a higher close for Wall Street yesterday the Dow was up 91. Despite lackluster retail sales data. -- maligned at LaSalle economics says those sales reflect ongoing issues with employment. Well unemployment has been growing wage growth is still very sluggish and consumers that having a tough time meeting higher cost of necessities. The S&P was up thirteen points yesterday and the NASDAQ rose 45. Upbeat corporate reports have been helping to keep stocks aloft. The Pope mobile as -- Kia soul while Pope Francis is in Seoul South Korea. Scenes of the -- using the compact car since his arrival or giving Kia some needed publicity. Last year during his trip to Brazil the Pope was driven around in a Fiat. Data suggests that women are better than minute raising money online using crowd funding sites like kick starter. Women account for less than 8% of CEOs and venture backed firms but. A study from researchers at -- an NYU. Shows that about two thirds of women led tech ventures reached their fundraising goals vs 30%. Of those led by men. To golf club owners are teeing off together private club owner club -- is buying the smaller rival sequoia gulf for 265. Million dollars. Expanding club club -- portfolio of golf and country close by about 45%. Well Gordon probably won't be watching the Ryder Cup now that an ailing Tiger Woods has ruled himself out of contention for a wild card spot on the team. Woods says he's been told by doctors not to a player practice until his back problems get better. All right -- well if he can't play maybe hold -- support team. About that security watch for that Gordon has -- as young as I say you know if you can't be an athlete be an athletic supporter. Some of them beat Tiger Woods his role here all right we'll keep an IL forum in Scotland. Six minutes of early hour on the Wall Street Journal this morning you know it can be hard for. NFL players to find mrs. -- their workplace is nearly all male. Their hours can go from before sunup to after sundown many players fear the women that they do -- will regard them as winning lottery tickets are dumb jocks. -- a few New York Jets are quietly using the dating -- Tinder and giving no indication that they play football on their profiles. Tenders of free Smartphone app that's useful for travelers who wanna meet locals. The jets could actually use -- to find a quarterback. On Reno -- I mean he's profile there are no pictures of him in an NFL Jersey the four picks. Show the 28 year old 318. Pound -- smiling -- wearing a short sleeve shorter tank top he initially tells women by the way he's a construction worker. But the facade cracks he says after he meets -- -- in person eventually he has to break the news that he works on Sundays. Cornerback Kyle Wilson of the jets said he joint tender because football groupies don't appealed to him he says. You don't want anything too easy. 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