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"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 4 d ago

"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Back and restitution. But tracking down exactly where all the money has gone will be a monumental task. Like Blunt news, any 3.1 kfbk Traffic and weather together here, saying Hess, it's brought to you by. I'll grow Ford right now and things really slow. He's found cap cities about 10 minutes as you go from 50 to 80, that's eastbound. Westbound. Still heavy. Once you get off there, this split all the way to the Marconi curve earlier accident, causing that he had a little bit of a breather that slows down again that starts at El Camino Avenue. And we'll take you all the way into Midtown Swenton. Roseville is gonna be eight minutes on eastbound 80 downtown. L grow 14 minutes and I five and also for Team on 99, which that's gonna be south bound. Eastbound pushes north bound or sing a little slowly. Marriage. You're trying to get into the downtown area. If you're going to Folsom eastbound 50 is 18 minutes. 16 minutes after Woodland north on I five downtown to Davis. Westbound 89 minute drive for you and again heavy traffic already from one third team all the way to the causeway on the eastbound side. Of 80, and I'll go for it is open sales or service. You can accomplish either one and they'll grow four dot com and if you need they'll come to you just go to their website for information and details. Their mission remains true. It's serving you. I'll grow ford dot com Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. It'll be seasonally cool. Tonight with partly cloudy skies will see a lower 42 to 46 tomorrow. Partly sunny high of 60 to 64.

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Fresh "18 Minute" from WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

00:09 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "18 Minute" from WBBM Programming

"Health officials say they will also accommodate anyone who walks on to the site. WBBM news Time Change, 28 time for traffic and weather together on the eight years every wrong we're good on the Edens and the Kennedy with no incidents, the Eisenhower looks great the statements and no problems to report Dan Ryan inbound. You're slowing down from 18 to the burn interchange. Those earlier crashes have been cleared will take about 18 minutes to downtown Outbound. It's clear 57 Bishop four, rolling smoothly. Lakeshore Drive North Islands clear myself down slow right before Chicago Avenue and Tri State and Jane Adams the great Ronald Reagan. Better from world Rough 53 3 90 delay free 80 80 94 94 without incident and I 55 in the Indiana toll in Chicago Skyway are all moving. Well, your next track report is, uh,.

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"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 4 d ago

"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Democratic Milwaukee and Dane counties. You're listening to ABC news. It is 4, 10 and news 93.1 kfbk traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Here's Dana has rocked by the Roseville Auto Mall. And you Well, you're gonna miss out there on our roadways. Today we started off rather badly. I think downtown to the splint is gonna be about 10 minutes on eastbound Cap city at this time once bound Marconi Avenue operates still haven't accident working there after a vehicle went off the roadway traffic is backing up. Onto 80 in back past Looks like green back at this point split to Roosevelt's gonna be eight minutes. He's found 80 downtown. L grow 14 minutes and high 5 14 minutes. Also on 99 So things getting kind of heavy there. That's fulsome eastbound 50. 18 minutes if you're going toe Woodland north on I 5 16 minutes and you're downtown trip. Davis is gonna be nine minutes on westbound 80 eastbound Any building up in the Davis area already? And it's a Roseville autumn all 30 year anniversary sale celebrating 30 years of success with a sale like no other every minute of November over 7000 vehicles or price to celebrate. This is the sale. You don't wanna miss the Roseville autumn, all driven to be the best. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 kfbk. Partly cloudy skies expected for tonight It'll be seasonably cool alot of 42 to 46 tonight Partly sunny skies tomorrow. Ah, hi. Tomorrow of 60 to 64. It'll be breezy. Thanksgiving Day Thursday. Plenty of sunshine a high of 62 to 66 Thanksgiving Day..

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The Republicans Still Backing Donald Trump: Lindsey Graham, Tom Cotton and 2024 Hopefuls

Morning Edition

03:46 min | 3 weeks ago

The Republicans Still Backing Donald Trump: Lindsey Graham, Tom Cotton and 2024 Hopefuls

"False claims about the election are presenting a test for Republicans and conservatives. Larry Hogan, the Republican governor of Maryland, said frivolous lawsuits are bad for the country. A Republican secretary of state in Georgia, vowed accuracy and the count where the numbers now put Joe Biden ahead. This morning, Fox News joined the Associated Press and calling Arizona for Biden and resisted pressure to back off but also on Fox. Republican senators Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz spoke supportively off the president. Conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg of the Dispatch is with us, Jonah Good morning. Good morning, Steve. What did you make of the president's numerous false claims last evening on television? You know you get into this problem of getting so you like the boiled frog getting used to pricing in Donald Trump's behavior. That because it doesn't surprise you anymore. You tend to take it for granted. And the problem is That's really dangerous. Because what he did last night was simply outrageous. It was dishonorable. It was dangerous. Um, and it was not to get into a liberation deceitful and, um And it's deeply deeply depressing to me how many people On my side of things are going along with it when they know better. I mean, when I know that they know better mean some don't some have lost their minds, but most, but a lot of them No better. Lindsey Graham knows that this election isn't being stolen. But he is caving into pressure. From you know, the from Trump World and a lot of these other people are, too and it's it's disgusting and depressing. I'm baffled as to why Lindsey Graham would, as you put it, be caving in to pressure. He did face a tough reelection fight, but he's been reelected. Now you think he would be free to tell the truth? You think he would now that he doesn't have to run for re election for six years betwen wing in some open meadow like Julie Andrews from the sound of music, saying LA did. I don't have to do any of this stuff anymore. But That is not the way it is. And he you know there is this this intense pressure from From Maga world to go down fighting in all of this, and Um, I have no great explanation for other than the fact that maybe Lindsey Graham wants to stay relevant in that world, or he wants to live in the Senate forever. Is there pressure on potential 2024 presidential candidates, and I regret to say it. We don't even have a decision in the 2020 election, but people are persistent positioning themselves for 2024. Oh, absolutely. I mean, we saw yesterday. The Trump sons. Tweet enraged that 2020 for Republicans weren't stepping up to defend their father. Where are they? And almost instantaneously 18. Minutes later, Senator Cotton Started saying, We have to fight and stand by President Trump and Nikki Haley had a more subdued and equivocal Tweet, which was more defensible. But then he she got attacked by Matt Gates, the congressman from Florida who clowns himself regularly and you saw Ted Cruz get in the action. This is the fatwa has gone out. Everyone must Joined the parapets on DH fight this thing and pretend that an election is being stolen when it's not In about 10 seconds. Can you name a Republican or conservative who has responded to this properly? Sure. Ben Sasse Mitt Romney. Larry Hogan. Ah, you know that they've all called for counting the votes and getting through this. Okay, But it's not a long list. Jonah. Thanks so much. Appreciate it. Thank

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Offering few details, the White House doctor says Trump is no longer contagious.

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:39 sec | Last month

Offering few details, the White House doctor says Trump is no longer contagious.

"Public appearance following his hospitalization for the Corona virus, Speaking to a crowd of hundreds from a White House balcony, just steps from the Rose Garden was In that hospital. I was watching down over so many people. And I went out to say hello to those people that took a little heat for it, But I do it again. Let me tell you. The remarks were brief, lasting just 18 minutes far short of the president's usual hour plus rallies. He spent much of the time attacking his opponent, Joe Biden. A statement from the president's doctor released after the event says the president is no longer considered a transmission risk. We have more now

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"18 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | Last month

"18 minute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Subaru retailers are going with all wheel drive traffic on the three still some trouble out there in some spots, Michael the yacht to the South, We've got some pretty bad delays here. This is 1 95 East that's backed up about 2.5, Miles Dartmouth into New Bedford with a pretty bad crash cleanup going on just before Rue 1 40. They've got the two left lanes closed their elsewhere as Faras. The afternoon rush goes, It's not so bad right now this help out expressways Good coming out of the tunnel flow Going mass have two South Bay a little slow into the brain's re split, but 16 minutes top to bottom. You can handle that north pounds. Fine. All the way In three South, you'll slow coming on a brain tree. That's it Won 28 South bounds. Good from, say, rude nine all the way down to 95. In Canton up to the north here, 1 28 South has some stop and go through Lynnfield now coming down past main Street. That kind of came out of the blue. Let's see out 90 three's doing now. Overhead is them off Reinsurance copter. Well, we had some earlier trouble this afternoon on $93 down with a motorcycle crash up around Commerce way That really made a mess of things for a while, doubling, even tripling the drive time. But here's the good news is long gone, and the delays have completely eased out. So now you're looking at about 12 minutes from the city up to 1 48, another 18 minutes up the Rockingham Park. Kristen back in the fray. Insurance copter? Yeah, that's not so bad Room One is good here coming up through Chelsea up into Lynnfield downtown. The Tobin Bridge. Outbound is backed up in the liver. It up ramp is slow. But the lower deck Storrow drive or find the mass turnpikes in good shape to my King W. Deasy's traffic on the threes. Now a check of the four day accurate forecasts. Here's Brian. We'll consider to have a partly cloudy sky Tonight. A low down to 57. Some sunshine will give way to clouds tomorrow will turn increasingly windy and.

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"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Brother, rather poor timing for the supporters of that problem, right, right. It's get out to the road right now. Chicken nobles. Good morning, Brian. Good morning. This reporter's by your local Toyota dealer 80 from Roseville. Still at the limit. Nine minutes to the camp, said he spent nine more on the captain. Your downtown 13 in from L Grove on I 5 17 minutes on 99. It's quickly getting worse. That's been in trouble. A corridor all morning long, Eventually. Right around Mac Road. We have our third, maybe fourth accident of the day there understand? Left lanes blocked traffic right now is act up once again to Sheldon Rodent, very quickly getting worse. 51 found from wholesome and 18. Minute drive in from Woodland on I five. You do it in 20 going the other way. We've got probable north found five just passed El Paso and action there's been cleared out of the roadway stole heavy traffic getting around it also the connector ramp from south on Highway 99 2 south on I five completely blocked by an accident. Traffic is backed up all the wayto West Hell Verte road. If you're coming from Davis, he's found 80 across the causeway 16 minutes and westbound side is where we still have some very heavy traffic due to a much earlier accident, Child wrote. It's long gone, but that's why things are still very slow from the bright Banbridge too little past boys capital that 50 westbound the harbor during Toyota's Today's the Day of Get 0% a P R or 17 50 cashback on 2020 hammering Barolo rap or Toyota. Let's go offer available best buyers with premium rated credit. Cashback available to D m n A. M must be applied. The transaction excludes take delivery by 9 30 Traffic on the stands every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons used 93.1 kfbk. Mostly sunny today with a high of 84 to 88 clear tonight with a little between 55 59 sunshine tomorrow with a high of 83 to 87 Saturday sunny and becoming hot with a high of 94 to 98..

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Netflix’s The Devil All the Time

Mark Thompson

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Netflix’s The Devil All the Time

"Netflix, now available for streaming the devil All the time is an ensemble crime drama Little film Noir ish with a bit of the grizzly to it, And it kind of recalls the cone brothers in their blood. Simple Fargo dark, twisted mode, but this has none of their mordant humor and in two hours and You know, 18 minutes, it does meander a bit here and there. Still, I thought it was a good one. Presenting this web of circumstances happened stances consequences that Titan's over the course of three decades, the forties fifties and sixties between two rural towns and a couple of families. One of the towns in Ohio, one of the towns in West Virginia, there a couple hours apart. And through these various inter related characters, you get a portrait of violence, seediness and perversity on DH, you know, and some of these characters are dedicated the religion, But that doesn't necessarily mean that good things were gonna happen to them, and the cast is First rate. Tom Holland plays Arvin Who's this quietly righteous grown up? Son of a good guy G I, who comes back from World War two, marries a waitress moves her and baby Arvin and do a fixer upper in the woods. And his dogged by tragedy that's almost biblical, and that that carries over to others whose lives were connected in the story, By the way, the role played by Holland. Yes, Spider Man himself. It's his closest you get to a heroic lead in the movie, and this British actor is pretty convincing as a young American from that part of the country. It's like he was bit by a radioactive hillbilly. I mean, really Totally thrilled with Tom Holland. Where can we watch this? The devil all the time? Yeah, it's good stuff. Bill Scars guard son of Stellan, brother of Alexander, best known in the States as Pennywise, the clown in the movies. He's He plays the father, and there's no trace of Pennywise here. Jason Clark, Riley Keogh Robert Pattinson, the new Batman in the Old Twilight vampire plays the young creature who's not above reproach. And surprisingly stocky, Sebastian stand the winter soldier from the Marvel movies as the Vincent Donofrio role of the power hungry local sheriff whose morals are questionable and we get it. It's a good movie again, not greatness. The director screenwriter here is Antonio Campos, and he adapts the devil all the time. The the book by Donald Ray Public who is actually the Narrator here and there. I always say show don't tell, but I was caught up in the desperation of all those involved. Often this thing and stayed with it until the bitter end. That's available on Netflix. As

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"18 minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"18 minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Supplies Last exclusions apply C, staples dot com slash free sanitizer for details at Staples Now over, and Bartlett Naperville Road, both directions between Philip Lane in Lake Street. Ah, that is closed due to a crash, However, Lake Street was closed earlier that has been reopened in the area both eastbound and westbound. And in third, like there's a crash on U S 45 South bound at Washington Street. Now when it comes to the Edens, the inbound side just 21 minutes from Lake Cook to the junction. Outbound at two. We, the two left lanes are blocked with a crash. It's 41 minutes from Montrose out to Lake Cook, wrote Kennedy and bound 50 O'Hare into downtown 38 from the junction. The outbound side 18 Montrose 35 to the airport 10 in the express lanes. The Eisenhower stopping Go inbound wolf to display nes in western to the burn. 53 minutes from 3 92 The old post office Your flip trip 42 wolf 50 out 23 90. I 55 solid north bound between Lorenzo and Blodgett through that road Work zone at 30 minutes to your trip. If you're in that area and remember zipper emerge at the point of construction Lots of crashes that happened in that area and that'll help prevent it. Stevenson Album between Ashland Pulaski is slow. It's 29 minutes to the Tri State 39 23 55 the Ryans actually looking pretty good, but 57 stop and go due to an earlier crash at hall Stead. Ryan Toe 80 is 18 minutes. I'm going to sell the from the traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Illinois Corona virus. Case numbers are larger than normal. Today. It's because of a computer glitch that took place earlier this week of the Illinois Department of Public Health, which slowed.

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"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The KFBK Afternoon news with Kenny O'Neal continues on news 93.1 kfbk. All right, Let's check that traffic. Dana. I'm looking at the Cap City Freeway out my window and some folks are standing pretty still headed into town. Are you trying to do my job? No. I'm just telling you what I see. You have to tell me why. Well, it's just a lot of heavy traffic. We do have a problem that has hopefully been taken care of. We got a couple of issues actually on the westbound side of the Camp City freeway, and they should be out of the way and traffic should start thinning out. That's the official line. They should the traffic Now is backed up from the river all the way to the Marconi curve because of internal your accident there and somebody else was stalled. So that's causing the problem On the other side, he's bound. Actually, we're not all that bad. It's 11 minutes as you go from 50 to 80 support Brian to buy batteries plus moves. Split to Roseville. Nine minutes from there. That's good drive downtown l Grove south and 5 12 minutes. Just a little bit of a delay. 14 minutes on 99 again. Things looking better down there going to Folsom instead. 18 minute Drive on eastbound 50. 16 minutes as you make your way out the woodland North bound I five and also eastbound 82 Davis is going to be just nine minutes. You do have some traffic. Well, fairly heavy traffic coming in from Richard's Boulevard to just past Mace Boulevard at batteries, Plus they power family road trips. They power bedtime stories. They do more than replace batteries and fix phones and tablets. They help their neighbors. Still powered their lives and visit them in store curbside and batteries, plus dot com traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons on news 93.1 kfbk. Air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups through late Friday night Hazy tonight Tonight was below 57.

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"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"18 minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"50 from Folsom's an 18 minute driving from within a knife. I'm no delays there. 20 will do it. 16 will do it if you're making the commute from David traffic on the 10th. 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Look at your forecast for the weekend. It's actually a 40 forecast. So today we're looking at highs near 99 degrees in the Valley with the core smoky skies, which persisted this morning. Over the weekend. Saturday and Sunday. Hiring 100 agrees. And then Christina on Monday. We're looking at a high of 98 degrees, OK, time now for news from your neighborhood, and Albert Parnell joins us whatyou have pores? Yes, coming out The Lodi New Sentinel. So a mosquito borne virus that hasn't been seen in San Joaquin County for nearly 50 years was discovered. And Lodi this week, the San Joaquin Mosquito Vector Control announced that the Saint Louis Encephalitis was found in a group of mosquitoes collected in Lodi in a fine That hasn't happened since. 1973 another thing to be afraid off in America today because I was just getting over this whole thing about the seeds being sent to us from China. I say No, thank you to all of it, and now we've got another thing to worry about with mosquitoes. British film and TV directors are being encouraged. To stop sex scenes to protect actors and take a page from classic romance is like Casablanca and just get rid of the sex scenes. By the way, I've never seen Casablanca. We're talking about watching it this weekend at our house. Okay, Supposed to be a good one. It's like it's classic, apparently, apparently so. So at any rate That's how they're going to protect actors know sexy. Okay, so the new status symbol a second passport. A second pass. People are looking to get dual citizenship. American citizens are looking to get dual citizens than ship elsewhere from another country. Passport. Yeah. Tom Hanks and his wife just got citizenship in Greece, right right arm brothers were trying Italy or elsewhere. And people want that second passport because they say it's unclear how much Americans will be able to travel. In the future with countries cutting us off you present if you present your American passport. Perhaps they're not welcoming Americans of that time. You can present your Greek passport. Oh, I see. So if you have the passport, you're good to go. So what were you telling me about this? Ah, this new concern on Facebook about the election results, and it just struck me as paranoia. It's interesting. Facebook has apparently bracing itself for the president to cast doubt on the election result. They've spent years now trying to ward off any tampering, of course, But in Silicon Valley there, apparently laying out contingency plans and walking through scenarios that include attempts. By the president or his campaign to use the platform to de legitimize any election results, and they're afraid that he's going to be doing some things. Apparently, they have a kill switch and they've got some plans. Tio, I don't if they're going to remove anything that his campaign puts up, they haven't exactly said how it works, so they set up a kill switch for Biden. I don't. I haven't seen it in the article. Kind of curious there. They're worried. They're concerned he's going to do something. And then if he loses isn't gonna leave the White House. I hope somebody asks in that. Well, he's on Hey, is testifying this week. So perhaps someone will. Oh, my God course it's already It was too rich. We need to talk about this is a trend that's going on all across America Police officer there just They're done. They're retiring. They're leaving. And it's not just like in Portland and Seattle and all the hot spots right? It's across and it's been a trend for quite some time. So we're going to go a little bit deeper on that. We're going to roll it all becomes for you on that story in coming away in just three minutes. Firefights.

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Elijah McClain's parents sue Colorado police over his death

All Things Considered

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Elijah McClain's parents sue Colorado police over his death

"The family of Elijah MacLean has filed a federal civil rights suit against the city of Aurora, Colorado, You'll remember he was the unarmed 23 year old who died in police custody last summer. Colorado Public Radio's Alison Sherry reports on the latest developments in the case. The incident that led to Elijah McLane's death started with a call to 901 reporting a quote, sketchy looking individual. Police stopped McLane, who is African American. As he was walking home from a convenience store. McClain's family lawyer, Mari Newman, a rural police officers stopped, Elijah grabbed him tackled him to the ground and over the course of the next 18 minutes inflicted multiple types of excessive force against him. McCain wasn't suspected of any crime. In the altercation that followed. Officers put him into karate holds and kept him pinned to the ground. Paramedics who arrived on the scene, then injected him with ketamine, a sedative. His family's lawyers allege the dose was too much for his £143 body size. He went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance, and MacLean was taken off life support several days later. Maclaine's death got renewed attention this spring in the wake of the George Floyd death in Minnesota and became a rallying cry both in Colorado and elsewhere in the country for police

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"18 minute" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"18 minute" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Where he lives with sports on your home of the Bears. Dave current Ernie's radio 7 81 5.9 FM news time. 7 18 traffic and weather together on the gates. She's clearly we're starting improved bit by bit here and this is before the rain. We might start to see an uptick in delays. Some of our Expressways until ways in the south burbs and on the South side, But for now, the worst of it on the South side is the up on side of 57 had an early crash. It whole, said it's out of the way now but still heavy coming out of the gates of the Dan Ryan su 20 minutes to 80 and about this fine, well heavy to actually on the album, Bishop Ford. 18 minutes to 80. 94. Inbound checking in good evenings. Great both ways. Kennedy out Clear. And Bonnie had a short lived crash at Fullerton. Out of the way. Still 27 from O'Hare, 17 off the junction Know Eisenhower delays? No. Stevenson Delays looking good for you, too. On 55. Make sure Dr North a bit crowded as you approach Chicago River. That is because of ongoing roadwork on the river bridge. You lose the two right lanes, so everybody emerging over to the left south on Tri state still jammed. Has been since right around four o'clock from the Stevenson, the 95th of rolled over box truck. The cleanups ongoing. The investigation's ongoing the two right lanes remain blocked because of it. North bound to 94. Easy come easy. Go rest your tollways getting your money's worth 80 east crowded from Harlem to 57 but no troubles for you in or out of Indiana. That's everywhere. But we've got issues an ankle would 71st have the east of Loomis. And that's to do a crash, then problems on the Northwest side here in the burbs and Niles jammed in Milwaukee in Gulf. That's also due to crash next traffic aboard 7 28 news ready of 7 81 of 5.9 FM back in the forecast tonight, and with the warm evening a low at 72 degrees, a chance of more rain shower thunderstorm this evening. And tomorrow hot and humid with a high of 90 and more rain possible by the afternoon. It's 85. I don't hear Midway checks Unit 83 Wheeling, 83. The lakefront and 76 at 74 Top story this hour, word of caution from the nation's top infectious.

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"18 minute" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Hey this is jordan harbinger i used to host the art of charm podcast but now it's time for something new the jordan harbinger show did you know you can be entertained and actually get a boost in your life at the same time on this show we dig into the superpowers of the world's most interesting thinkers and top talent then we deliver them to you right into your ears but i get it we're not all superheroes that's why we give you their blueprint so you can live what you listen after a thousand interviews learning five languages and getting arrested in a country that doesn't even exist anymore i'm now more ready than ever to introduce you to the jordan harbinger show listen free to the jordan harbinger show available on apple podcast podcast onecom and the podcast one at students message i'm ed donahue with an 18 minute hundred stone men douglas high school students are traveling by bus today to the florida state capital the go to tell lawmakers to do something to stop a repeat of the shooting at their school last week seventeen people were killed the students want sweeping changes to gun control laws on twitter president trump endorsed mitt romney in the senate race in utah as an anti trump's endorsement is seen as a sign key and mitt romney or burying the hatchet trump is not always been so positive about romney in two thousand sixteen trump said the former massachusetts governor had choked like a dog during his failed 2012 bid against president obama that's the ap shirley smith fergie is apologizing after trying something different with the national anthem at the nba allstar game.

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"18 minute" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"18 minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"94 at plainfield avenue westbound side we are dealing with an accident there looks like the right lane is blocked so that is slowing down traffic there of elsewhere across the system just messy all morning let's give you the times 94 eastbound highway 16 to the zoo eighth thirteen minute trip that's a few extra minutes wherever really slow is due to mark hats that is an 18 minute ride that's a let an extra minutes on the westbound side not too bad downtown to the zoo and a leather minute ride that's a few extra minutes 41 45 southbound highway q to the zoo is 16 minute trip 94 northbound layton to downtown is eighteen minutes that is going to take you eleven extra minutes 43 southbound getting heavier their brown deer road to the marquette is a 17 minute ride that's five extra minutes and finally 43 northbound also seeing some delays there downtown to good hope road that is going to take you a few extra minute some stephanie graham with wtmj pellawicom timesaver traffic showers and then it becomes sunny with a heart 66 tonight low fifty sunni uncertainty and so the house red robes seventy it's fifty four degrees eight or two from the wtmj breaking news center hurricane erma we can do a categoryfour storm overnight is better than cure a belove a path toward florida it's still remains a powerful of it speaking at a news briefing fema administrator brock long chose a reporter that floridians would never seen anything like burma observers itself meanwhile hurricane erba may test president trump's longtime contention that his mara logo mansion can withstand any storm history is guy the smart money will be a house strikes by four major hurricanes have done little davidge tomorrow lago in the navy years since cereal heiress marjorie mirror whether post built a one hundred twenty six room mansion mara lagos walls or.

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"18 minute" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Here's a history lesson i know it's not a statue but it's a history lewis even the daily beast picked up on this back in 2013 between 19th thirty nine and 1945 and i've talked about this many times the new york times publish more than twenty three thousand frontpage stories of those eleven thousand five hundred were about world war two twenty six were about the holocaust so why did the paper record which franklin roosevelt is said to have combed through every morning decide to bury the bulk of its holocaust coverage deep inside the paper nestled between advertisement the documentary short reporting on the times which premieres in 2013 at the tribeca film fest when member this was written in 2013 tackles this fresh trading question directed by emily harold who a twenty two us the youngest filmmaker at the festival uninspired by laura less awardwinning book buried by the times the 18 minute film provides a fascinating mix of archival footage and talking heads including a warsaw ghetto survivor former at times reporters and historians to get to the bottom of the new york times his decisions where to wear armbands where the star david warsaw ghetto survivors style law flynn who was ten when the war broke out says in the film i remember what my mother first put on the armband she said wait until the world here about we'll hear about this and mother was an optimist she said we know now that the us government was aware the genocide israelis nineteen forty two as early as nineteen forty two the fourth estate was well aware as well it's still pussyfooted around as an example of the new york times paltry coverage of the holocaust which claimed the lives of approximately six billion jews the film points to a story published in the paper july twenty nine 19th forty two about the liquidation of the warsaw ghetto this story bore the headline quote warsaw theorists extermination was put on page seven was not even a standalone story instead consisting of a handful of paragraphs nestled next door an ad for emerson spin pianos it was bad judgment a bad judgment call former times reporter alex jones no not that one says in the film it was something that marriage as much as anything as far as news judgment in the new york times blow oh they blow it right no one over again for ten years they blow at the.

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"18 minute" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on WTVN

"The dictate that you and me and neither does the new york times here's a history lesson i know it's not a statue but it's a history lewis even the daily beast picked up on this back in 2013 between 19th thirty nine and 1945 and i've talked about this many times the new york times published more than twenty three thousand frontpage stories of those eleven thousand five hundred were about world war two twenty six were about the holocaust so why did the paper record which franklin roosevelt is said to have combed through every morning decide to bury the bulk of its holocaust coverage deep inside the paper nestled between advertisements the documentary short reporting on the times which premieres in 2013 at the tribeca film festival remember this was written in 2013 tackles this fresh trading question directed by emily harold who a twenty two us the youngest filmmaker at the festival uninspired by laura left's awardwinning book bear by the times the 18 minute film provides a fascinating mix of archival footage and talking heads including a warsaw ghetto survivor former times reporters and historians to get to the bottom of the new york times his decisions we had to wear armbands were the star david warsaw ghetto survivors style law flynn who was ten when the war broke out says in the film i remember when my mother first put on the armband she said wait until the world here about we'll hear about this my mother was an optimist she said we know now that the us government was aware the genocide israelis nineteen forty two as early as nineteen forty two the fourth estate was aware as well it still pussyfooted around as an example of the new york times paltry coverage of the holocaust which claimed the lives of approximately six billion jews the film poised to a story published in the paper july twenty nine nineteen forty two about the liquidation of the warsaw ghetto this story bore the headline quote warsaw fear its extermination was put on page seven was not even a standalone story instead consisting of a handful of paragraphs nest next to an ad for emerson spin pianos it was bad judgment a bad judgment call former times reporter alex jones no not that one says in the film it was something that marriage as much as anything as far as news judgment in the.

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"18 minute" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The dictate that you and me and neither does the new york times here's a history lesson i know it's not a statue but it's a history lewis even the daily beast picked up on this back in 2013 between 19th thirty nine in 1945 and i've talked about this many times the new york times published more than twenty three thousand frontpage stories of those eleven thousand five hundred were about world war two twenty six were about the holocaust so why did the paper record which franklin roosevelt is said to have combed through every morning decide to bury the bulk of it holocaust coverage deep inside the paper nestled between advertisement the documentary short reporting on the times which premieres had 2013 at the tribeca film fest remember this was written in 2013 tackles this fresh trading question directed by emily harold who at twenty two is the youngest filmmaker at the festival uninspired by laura loves awardwinning book buried by the times the 18 minute film provides a fascinating mix of archival footage and talking heads including a warsaw ghetto survivor former times reported and historians to get to the bottom of the new york times his decisions we are to where armed bands where the star david warsaw ghetto survivors style law flynn who was ten when the war broke out says in the film i remember what my mother first put on the armband she said wait until the world here about we'll hear about this my mother was an optimist she said we know now that the us government was aware the genocide israelis nineteen forty two as early as nineteen forty two the fourth estate was well aware as well it's still pussyfooted around as an example of the new york times paltry coverage of the holocaust which claimed the lives of approximately six billion jews the film points to a story published in the paper july twenty nine nineteen forty two about the liquidation of the warsaw ghetto this story bore the headline quote warsaw fear its extermination was put on page seven was not even a standalone story instead consisting of a handful of paragraphs nestled next to an ad for emerson spin pianos it was bad judgment a bad judgment call former times reporter alex jones no not that one says in the film was something that marriage as much as anything as far as news judgment in the.

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"18 minute" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on KKAT

"Here's a history lesson i know it's not a statue but it's a history lesson even the daily beast picked up on this back in 2013 between 19th 1930 nine in 1945 and i've talked about this many times the new york times publish more than twenty three thousand frontpage stories of those eleven thousand five hundred were about world war two twenty six where about the holocaust so why did the paper record which franklin roosevelt is said to have combed through every morning decided to bury the bulk of its holocaust coverage deep inside the paper nestled between advertisement the documentary short reporting on the times which premieres in 2013 at the tribeca film fest remember this was written in 2013 tackles this fresh trading question directed by emily harold who are twenty two is the youngest filmmaker at the festival uninspired by laura left's awardwinning book behr by the times the 18 minute film provides a fascinating mix of archival footage and talking heads including a warsaw ghetto survivor former times reporters and they're storing to get to the bottom of the new york times is decisions where to wear armbands where the star david warsaw ghetto survivors style law flynn who was ten when the war broke out says in the film i remember when my mother first put on the armband she said wait until the world here about we'll hear about this my mother was an optimist she said we know now that the us government was aware the genocide israelis nineteen forty two as early as nineteen forty two the fourth estate was aware as well yet still pussyfooted around as an example of the new york times paltry coverage of the holocaust which claimed the lives of approximately six million jews the film points to a story published in the paper july twenty nine nineteen forty two about about the liquidation of the warsaw ghetto this story bore the headline quote warsaw fear its extermination was put on page seven was not even a standalone story instead consisting of a handful of paragraphs nestled next door an ad for emerson spin neck pianos it was bad judgment a bad judgment call former times reporter alex jones known not that one says in the film was something that marriage as much as anything as far as news judgment in the.

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"18 minute" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The dictate you and me and neither does the new york times here's a history lesson i know it's not a statue but it's a history lewis even the daily beast picked up on this back in 2013 between 19th thirty nine and 1945 and i've talked about this many times the new york times published more than twenty three thousand frontpage stories of those eleven thousand five hundred were about world war two twenty six were about the holocaust so why did the paper record which franklin roosevelt is said to have combed through every morning decide to bury the bulk of it holocaust coverage deep inside the paper nestled between advertisement the documentary short reporting on the times which premieres in 2013 at the tribeca film fest remember this was written in 2013 tackles this fresh trading question directed by emily harold who at twenty two is the youngest filmmaker at the festival uninspired by laura left's awardwinning book bed perry by the times the 18 minute film provides a fascinating mix of archival footage and talking heads including a warsaw ghetto survivor former times reporters and historians to get to the bottom of the new york times his decisions where to wear armbands where the star david wessel get our survivor style law flynn who was ten with broke out says in the film i remember what my mother first put on the armband she said wait until the world here about we'll hear about this my mother was an optimist she said we know now that the us government was aware the genocide israelis nineteen forty two as early as nineteen forty two the fourth estate was well aware as well it's still pussyfooted around as an example of the new york times paltry coverage of the holocaust which claimed the lives of approximately six million jews the film points to a story published in the paper july twenty nine nineteen forty two about the liquidation of the warsaw ghetto this story bore the headline quote warsaw fear its extermination was put on paid seven was not even a standalone story instead consisting of a handful of paragraphs nestled next to an ad for emerson spin pianos it was bad judgment a bad judgment call former times reporter alex jones no not that one says in the film the something that marriage as much as anything as far as news judgment in the.

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"18 minute" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"18 minute" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"This is the thom hartmann program automak saturday was the forty three yd eight tomorrow marks the anniversary of the infamous 18 minute gap in nixon's i uh white house tapes uh just months into trump the presidency terms like watergate from watergatelike white house tapes are in the news again almost daily a few other terms that we came to be familiar with during watergate special council obstruction of justice executive privilege beirens to impede an investigation of the president the saturday massacre impeachment i guess today's lamar waldron author of watergate the hidden history nixon the mafia and the cia a year ago on the show lamar predicted that donald trump would win the election because he was using nixon's tricks i said trump was committing treason which i think time will tell has turned out to be true that we're gonna be talking about the many the parallels between trump and nixon which seemed to grow by the day uh lamar waldron is with us a political commentator historian author the hidden history the jfk assassination ultimate sacrifice legacy of secrets uh lamar welcome welcome back great to be back with you tom it almost to shame you know it has been almost a year to the day sent i predicted trump victory and i think i think you've already been proof it right about trump's treated out i was reluctant to agree with you on the air a year ago but so much has happened since it it would just be ridiculous to pretty when credit claimed that he didn't commit treason to win election yeah so there are so many parallels between nixon and trump uh why is knowing what happened with watergate important for a generation of people who were probably not even born children when it happened you're what made me feel old about um adequate hayes is a tv special uh on msnbc about watergate and i think we all the credit been revisited in the communist that he wasn't even born with watergate happened but but yes to a.

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