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The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

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Start your day with The Daily Dive. News without the noise, told straight. Explore the most interesting news of the day. Connect with the writers, analysts and reporters that know the real story. Hosted by Oscar Ramirez in Los Angeles, this 20 minute podcast will be ready for you when you wake up. (Posted by 6 AM EST)

Latest Episodes

WEEKEND EDITION- Hazard Pay Gone, Toilet Paper Supply Chain, Are Gyms Ready to Reopen?

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN19 h ago
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WEEKEND EDITION- Hazard Pay Gone, Toilet Paper Supply Chain, Are Gyms Ready to Reopen?

WEEKEND EDITION- Good Vaccine News, Herd Immunity, Recovered Patients Not Infectious

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN1 d ago
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WEEKEND EDITION- Good Vaccine News, Herd Immunity, Recovered Patients Not Infectious

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Change Tune, Plead Guilty in College Admissions Cheating Scandal

We have some movement in the college admissions cheating scandal known as Operation Varsity Blues.Two of the most high profile parents involved, Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, had decided to plead guilty after previously being scheduled to go to trial in October.The plea agreements do include jail time, fines, and community service.Melissa Korn, higher education reporter at the WSJ, joins us for more on what kind of time they could be facing. Next, the coronavirus pandemic has exposed a lot of flaws in the way business is done in the U.S.Flaws in the supply chain were especially evident all over.But the “Great Toilet Paper Panic of 2020” shows how something so mundane represents a complex supply chain.Because of what is called “just in time” manufacturing and distribution, toilet paper is still only seen in limited quantities and manufacturers are still playing catch up on back orders.Manufacturers have also had to adjust their packaging which is why you might be seeing fewer options.Jen Wieczner, senior writer at Fortune, joins us for the case of the missing toilet paper. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN2 d ago
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Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Change Tune, Plead Guilty in College Admissions Cheating Scandal

Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

Some good news for regions that are reopening their economies, a recent study from South Korea is showing that COVID-19 patients that have tested positive after recovering, are not infectious.Theses so called “re-positive” patients weren’t spreading any lingering infection and were shedding only dead virus particles.Emma Court, health reporter at Bloomberg News, joins us for what we are learning about how contagious someone is after recovering from the virus. Next, as all 50 states are reopening in some form, how ready are gyms to reopen?For a lot of gym owners, there is a frustration in the lack of any strict guidelines.Temperature checks, extra cleaning, and hand sanitizer are a must, but face masks still present an uncertainty with some gyms letting the customers decide on whether to wear them. Hilary Potkewitz, contributor to the WSJ, joins us for how the first gyms are handling the comeback. Finally, in-person school might be canceled right now, but that hasn’t stopped scandals from being resolved.On Monday, the University of Kentucky fired the entire coaching staff of its storied cheerleading program.A three-month internal investigation said that students were engaging in hazing rituals, public nudity, and drinking alcohol on the coaches’ watch.Tim Sullivan, sports columnist at the Courier-Journal, joins us for more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN3 d ago
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Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

Cruise Ship Crew Members Still Trapped at Sea and President Trump Is Talking Hydroxychloroquine

As the cruise ship industry shut down and travel restrictions around the world limited which ports the ships could dock at, the first concern was to get passengers off in any way possible.Two months later, 100,000 cruise ship crew members remain trapped at sea near Florida and have been largely forgotten.Taylor Dolven, business reporter at the Miami Herald, joins us for what the crew members crave most, accurate information about when they can go home. Next, President Trump caused a stir when he announced that his is taking hydroxychloroquine as protection against coronavirus.He said he began taking it right around the time that news broke that two White House staffers had tested positive for COVID-19.While the drug has been around for a long time, there is no proof that it prevents someone from contracting the virus and there are concerns about side effects.Lenny Bernstein, health and medicine reporter at the Washington Post, joins us for more. Finally, how’s your body holding up while working from home?For a lot of people, it’s taking a toll on their necks and backs.Poor ergonomics and weeks of bad posture has led to backaches, neck pain, and headaches.Aaron Zitner, reporter for the WSJ, joins us for what to do to help your body out. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN4 d ago
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Cruise Ship Crew Members Still Trapped at Sea and President Trump Is Talking Hydroxychloroquine

Moderna's Early COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Show Promising Results

There was some good news in the fight against coronavirus on Monday as drug maker Moderna said that its vaccine induced immune responses in healthy volunteers in a clinical study.The volunteers made antibodies that matched or exceeded the levels found in patients who had recovered after contracting the virus.Moderna will now move into Phase 2 trials with more people involved in that study and then Phase 3 they hope to begin in July.Moderna ultimately hopes to have something ready by the fall, but we are still some time away from having a vaccine to be distributed widely. I'll tell you what you need to know. Next, a criminal investigation is under way after a massive explosion in a downtown Los Angeles warehouse injured 12 firefighters.The business where the fire occurred is called Smoke Tokes and is reported to be a supplier for butane honey oil or hash oil.An explosion erupted as firefighters were trying to put out the flames and led to crews having to escape the roof of the building and walking through a 30-foot wall of fire.Despite burn injuries and breathing in “superheated air,” all the firefighters are expected to survive.Steve Gregory, reporter for KFI News in Los Angeles, joins us for this dramatic fire story. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Moderna's Early COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Show Promising Results

Herd Immunity From COVID-19 Won't Happen Without a Vaccine

How might we get back to normal?Many experts say it won't happen until we get a vaccine, which is still quite some time away, others say something like herdimmunitycould also get us back.But it seems that without working in conjunction with a vaccine, herd immunity won't save us either.There are a number of unknown variables that need to be factored in, such as, how long we have immunity for after recovering from COVID-19 and to meet the threshold without a vaccine it could also mean more deaths.Kaleigh Rogers, reporter at FiveThirtyEight.com, joins us for how we get to herd immunity. Next, some companies are getting rid ofhazardpay for essentialworkers even as the dangers of working on the front lines persists.As businesses were shutting down, many companies offered bonuses or pay bumps to compensate people for the risk of working at supermarkets and other crowded workplaces, but that is no longer the case.Kroger is walking back a $2 raises to employees, Target and Amazon are following suit later this month.Anders Melin, reporter at Bloomberg News, joins us for why hero pay is going away. Finally, as we begin the cautious approach to get back to work at the office, just know that your every move will be watched.At some workplaces, thermal cameras will measure body temperatures of people walking in, at others, apps will trace workers interactions in the office.Workers could also be divided into groups based on perceived health risks.A concern for many is that once these extra measures are put in place, they many never go away, even after fears of the virus subside.Konrad Putzier, reporter at the WSJ, joins us for how employers plan on tracking you when you come back. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Herd Immunity From COVID-19 Won't Happen Without a Vaccine

WEEKEND EDITION- Coronavirus Upends the U.S. Food System and The Story of Ahmaud Arbery's Death

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
WEEKEND EDITION- Coronavirus Upends the U.S. Food System and The Story of Ahmaud Arbery's Death

WEEKEND EDITION- California Extends Coronavirus Restrictions, Doctors Are Finding New COVID-19 Symptoms, The Controversy of 'Plandemic'

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
WEEKEND EDITION- California Extends Coronavirus Restrictions, Doctors Are Finding New COVID-19 Symptoms, The Controversy of 'Plandemic'

Coronavirus Restrictions Are Extended in California

California was one of the first states to issue stay-at-home orders and it could be one of the last to fully open.There are many signs that coronavirus restrictions could be in place for the long haul.The Cal State University program plans to cancel almost all in-person classes in the fall.In LA County, safer-at-home orders have been extended indefinitely, even as some restrictions have begun to relax.Colleen Shalby, reporter at the LA Times, joins us for more. Next, big social media platforms have been pretty quick to stop the spread of misinformation during the pandemic, but last week we saw the first true hit conspiracy video of the coronavirus era. It was called the “Plandemic,” and it got over 8 million views on Facebook and YouTube.The video has since been removed, but not before making a star out of discredited scientist Dr. Judy Mikovits.Casey Newton, Silicon Valley editor at The Verge, joins us for what to know about the “Plandemic.” Finally, a fun conversation with Mike Love of the Beach Boys.While isolated at his home, he wrote a new song called “This Too Shall Pass” to encourage positivity and also raise some money.All proceeds from the song will go to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund to help food banks feed their local communities.Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and co-founder of the Beach Boys, Mike Love, joins us to talk about his new song and live music after coronavirus. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Coronavirus Restrictions Are Extended in California

Latest Episodes

WEEKEND EDITION- Hazard Pay Gone, Toilet Paper Supply Chain, Are Gyms Ready to Reopen?

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN19 h ago
Comments
WEEKEND EDITION- Hazard Pay Gone, Toilet Paper Supply Chain, Are Gyms Ready to Reopen?

WEEKEND EDITION- Good Vaccine News, Herd Immunity, Recovered Patients Not Infectious

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN1 d ago
Comments
WEEKEND EDITION- Good Vaccine News, Herd Immunity, Recovered Patients Not Infectious

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Change Tune, Plead Guilty in College Admissions Cheating Scandal

We have some movement in the college admissions cheating scandal known as Operation Varsity Blues.Two of the most high profile parents involved, Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, had decided to plead guilty after previously being scheduled to go to trial in October.The plea agreements do include jail time, fines, and community service.Melissa Korn, higher education reporter at the WSJ, joins us for more on what kind of time they could be facing. Next, the coronavirus pandemic has exposed a lot of flaws in the way business is done in the U.S.Flaws in the supply chain were especially evident all over.But the “Great Toilet Paper Panic of 2020” shows how something so mundane represents a complex supply chain.Because of what is called “just in time” manufacturing and distribution, toilet paper is still only seen in limited quantities and manufacturers are still playing catch up on back orders.Manufacturers have also had to adjust their packaging which is why you might be seeing fewer options.Jen Wieczner, senior writer at Fortune, joins us for the case of the missing toilet paper. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Change Tune, Plead Guilty in College Admissions Cheating Scandal

Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

Some good news for regions that are reopening their economies, a recent study from South Korea is showing that COVID-19 patients that have tested positive after recovering, are not infectious.Theses so called “re-positive” patients weren’t spreading any lingering infection and were shedding only dead virus particles.Emma Court, health reporter at Bloomberg News, joins us for what we are learning about how contagious someone is after recovering from the virus. Next, as all 50 states are reopening in some form, how ready are gyms to reopen?For a lot of gym owners, there is a frustration in the lack of any strict guidelines.Temperature checks, extra cleaning, and hand sanitizer are a must, but face masks still present an uncertainty with some gyms letting the customers decide on whether to wear them. Hilary Potkewitz, contributor to the WSJ, joins us for how the first gyms are handling the comeback. Finally, in-person school might be canceled right now, but that hasn’t stopped scandals from being resolved.On Monday, the University of Kentucky fired the entire coaching staff of its storied cheerleading program.A three-month internal investigation said that students were engaging in hazing rituals, public nudity, and drinking alcohol on the coaches’ watch.Tim Sullivan, sports columnist at the Courier-Journal, joins us for more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Study Shows That COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive After Recovering Are Not Infectious

Cruise Ship Crew Members Still Trapped at Sea and President Trump Is Talking Hydroxychloroquine

As the cruise ship industry shut down and travel restrictions around the world limited which ports the ships could dock at, the first concern was to get passengers off in any way possible.Two months later, 100,000 cruise ship crew members remain trapped at sea near Florida and have been largely forgotten.Taylor Dolven, business reporter at the Miami Herald, joins us for what the crew members crave most, accurate information about when they can go home. Next, President Trump caused a stir when he announced that his is taking hydroxychloroquine as protection against coronavirus.He said he began taking it right around the time that news broke that two White House staffers had tested positive for COVID-19.While the drug has been around for a long time, there is no proof that it prevents someone from contracting the virus and there are concerns about side effects.Lenny Bernstein, health and medicine reporter at the Washington Post, joins us for more. Finally, how’s your body holding up while working from home?For a lot of people, it’s taking a toll on their necks and backs.Poor ergonomics and weeks of bad posture has led to backaches, neck pain, and headaches.Aaron Zitner, reporter for the WSJ, joins us for what to do to help your body out. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Cruise Ship Crew Members Still Trapped at Sea and President Trump Is Talking Hydroxychloroquine

Moderna's Early COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Show Promising Results

There was some good news in the fight against coronavirus on Monday as drug maker Moderna said that its vaccine induced immune responses in healthy volunteers in a clinical study.The volunteers made antibodies that matched or exceeded the levels found in patients who had recovered after contracting the virus.Moderna will now move into Phase 2 trials with more people involved in that study and then Phase 3 they hope to begin in July.Moderna ultimately hopes to have something ready by the fall, but we are still some time away from having a vaccine to be distributed widely. I'll tell you what you need to know. Next, a criminal investigation is under way after a massive explosion in a downtown Los Angeles warehouse injured 12 firefighters.The business where the fire occurred is called Smoke Tokes and is reported to be a supplier for butane honey oil or hash oil.An explosion erupted as firefighters were trying to put out the flames and led to crews having to escape the roof of the building and walking through a 30-foot wall of fire.Despite burn injuries and breathing in “superheated air,” all the firefighters are expected to survive.Steve Gregory, reporter for KFI News in Los Angeles, joins us for this dramatic fire story. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Moderna's Early COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Show Promising Results

Herd Immunity From COVID-19 Won't Happen Without a Vaccine

How might we get back to normal?Many experts say it won't happen until we get a vaccine, which is still quite some time away, others say something like herdimmunitycould also get us back.But it seems that without working in conjunction with a vaccine, herd immunity won't save us either.There are a number of unknown variables that need to be factored in, such as, how long we have immunity for after recovering from COVID-19 and to meet the threshold without a vaccine it could also mean more deaths.Kaleigh Rogers, reporter at FiveThirtyEight.com, joins us for how we get to herd immunity. Next, some companies are getting rid ofhazardpay for essentialworkers even as the dangers of working on the front lines persists.As businesses were shutting down, many companies offered bonuses or pay bumps to compensate people for the risk of working at supermarkets and other crowded workplaces, but that is no longer the case.Kroger is walking back a $2 raises to employees, Target and Amazon are following suit later this month.Anders Melin, reporter at Bloomberg News, joins us for why hero pay is going away. Finally, as we begin the cautious approach to get back to work at the office, just know that your every move will be watched.At some workplaces, thermal cameras will measure body temperatures of people walking in, at others, apps will trace workers interactions in the office.Workers could also be divided into groups based on perceived health risks.A concern for many is that once these extra measures are put in place, they many never go away, even after fears of the virus subside.Konrad Putzier, reporter at the WSJ, joins us for how employers plan on tracking you when you come back. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Herd Immunity From COVID-19 Won't Happen Without a Vaccine

WEEKEND EDITION- Coronavirus Upends the U.S. Food System and The Story of Ahmaud Arbery's Death

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
WEEKEND EDITION- Coronavirus Upends the U.S. Food System and The Story of Ahmaud Arbery's Death

WEEKEND EDITION- California Extends Coronavirus Restrictions, Doctors Are Finding New COVID-19 Symptoms, The Controversy of 'Plandemic'

This is a compilation of some of the most compelling stories of the week. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
WEEKEND EDITION- California Extends Coronavirus Restrictions, Doctors Are Finding New COVID-19 Symptoms, The Controversy of 'Plandemic'

Coronavirus Restrictions Are Extended in California

California was one of the first states to issue stay-at-home orders and it could be one of the last to fully open.There are many signs that coronavirus restrictions could be in place for the long haul.The Cal State University program plans to cancel almost all in-person classes in the fall.In LA County, safer-at-home orders have been extended indefinitely, even as some restrictions have begun to relax.Colleen Shalby, reporter at the LA Times, joins us for more. Next, big social media platforms have been pretty quick to stop the spread of misinformation during the pandemic, but last week we saw the first true hit conspiracy video of the coronavirus era. It was called the “Plandemic,” and it got over 8 million views on Facebook and YouTube.The video has since been removed, but not before making a star out of discredited scientist Dr. Judy Mikovits.Casey Newton, Silicon Valley editor at The Verge, joins us for what to know about the “Plandemic.” Finally, a fun conversation with Mike Love of the Beach Boys.While isolated at his home, he wrote a new song called “This Too Shall Pass” to encourage positivity and also raise some money.All proceeds from the song will go to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund to help food banks feed their local communities.Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and co-founder of the Beach Boys, Mike Love, joins us to talk about his new song and live music after coronavirus. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Coronavirus Restrictions Are Extended in California
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