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MIGRANT CRISIS: NYC Mayor says, ‘We need help.’



Mayor’s administration has opened an emergency tent shelter for hundreds

“We need help—and we need it now,” said Mayor Eric Adams, the mayor of the largest city in the country.

He made the remarks about the migrant crisis which he says is pushing the city to the brink and has forced him to declare a state of emergency.

In response, the mayor’s administration has unveiled a complex of giant tents built on Randall’s Island.

The temporary shelter just opened to house an influx of international migrants being bused into the city by southern border states.

The hope of the emergency tent shelter is to reduce some of the strain the city has recently felt from the steady stream of undocumented migrants.

With cots for up to 500 people, the tents also include laundry facilities, a dining hall, and phones for people to make international calls.

Currently, the humanitarian relief center is planned to be a temporary stopping point for single, adult men — mostly from Venezuela.

For months, border towns have been sounding the alarm about the crisis at the U.S. – Mexico border.

Now, with the arrival of thousands of illegal immigrants— New York City’s homeless shelter system is now bursting with more than 63,300 residents with no end in sight.

“If these trends continue,” Adams explained, “We will be over 100,000 in the year to come that’s far more than the system was designed to handle. This is unsustainable.”

Officials say migrant families with children are being housed in hotels.

Veronica Dudo is the U.S. Correspondent for Ticker News covering America’s biggest headlines. As an Emmy® Award nominated global journalist, Veronica has traveled across the country and around the world reporting on historical events that connect all citizens. Lauded as an award-winning international journalist, Veronica has executed stellar news coverage for NBC News, CBS News, The Hill, ME-TV Network and AOL. Her stories have highlighted a plethora of topics ranging from breaking news and politics to economic affairs across the USA, European Union, and Asia; cultural affairs; globalization; governance; education; and sustainability.

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Is journalism taking a hit in Ukraine?



Ukraine’s media are adapting amid increased restrictions and the pressures of war

Ukrainian journalists have resumed reporting allegations of corruption by officials in Ukraine.

Kyiv had cracked down on wartime censorship.

Dr Paul Lushenko is a U.S. Army Lieutenant who said democracy and transparency is impacted during war.

“It is true that in the times of war, the tensions between civil liberties and national security can be skewed.

“It’s not to say it’s without risk. There are several examples where several well-known international investigative journalists have been targeted based upon their reporting,” he said.

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Is ‘AI’ the future of fantasy?



Artificial Intelligence advancements have ignited conversations about which industries will be impacted the most.

One industry seeing an uptick in AI generated content is the online adult entertainment industry.

Companies around the world are racing to rollout artificial intelligence applications and programs. The new technology is here to stay—and has changed our lives forever.

In a recent viral conversation on Twitter, a user posted an assortment of images featuring life-like women—but they were entirely generated by artificial intelligence.

While the images were made to look like real photographs—the women do not exist.

Such ‘AI”advancements have ignited conversations about which industries will be impacted the most.

So, is AI generated content good or bad for the online adult entertainment industry?

Brie Nightwood, an OnlyFans creator joins us to discuss.
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Why OPEC policy decisions will have a major impact on oil prices



Despite the fall in oil prices, OPEC and its allies policy decisions can have a major impact on oil prices.

In May 2023, the total number of rigs drilling for oil and gas was already down by around 7% when compared with its peak in December 2022.

Slower drilling activity eventually translates into slower production growth, creating a delay of up to 6 months.

In the meantime, high levels of production are keeping inventories elevated, especially in the case of gas, which is keeping prices under pressure.

OPEC and its allies are weighing the possibility of further oil supply cuts, despite the fall in oil prices.

OPEC+ and its allies led by Russia, pumps around 40% of the world’s crude.

So, its policy decisions can have a major impact on oil prices.

Bloomberg’s Senior Oil and Gas Analyst Fernando Valle joins us to discuss.

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