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"63 people" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The facility was shut down in 2019, following a federal investigation, the company has not admitted any wrongdoing. An American contractor and Lombard native held hostage in Afghanistan for more than two years by the Taliban has been released. Navy veteran Mark frerichs spent more than a decade in Afghanistan as a civilian contractor and was abducted in January of 2020. Terrorism analyst Tom McAdams believes two things are connected to his release. One, the exchange of fredericks for a notorious drug lord and member of the Taliban. I think that's also indicative that the Taliban is really desperate for international recognition and perhaps the freeing of some of its funds. And we've made sort of a cautious comment that this might improve their image. They've got a great deal more to do, obviously. President Biden released a statement saying our priority now is to make sure Mark receives a healthy and safe return and is given the space and time he needs to transition back into society. Chicago police superintendent David Brown was defending the approach officers took during the chaotic Mexican in his Mexican Independence Day celebrations over the weekend. He says despite the 30 arrests, 23 impounded vehicles and more than 340 parking tickets, The Weeknd was safer than last year. He doesn't believe the city should have shut down downtown. Think we try to strike the right balance. We do know it's coming every year, but you can't dictate to communities what they can do to celebrate and where they can go. Residents complained of crowded impassable streets and hours long 9-1-1 wait times, 63 people were shot in Chicago over the weekend. Just months away from the parts of the state's crime reform Bill taking effect in Illinois, some in law enforcement are working with General Assembly members to clarify its language. LeMond police chief Mark matin says a wording around trespassing enforcement needs to be worked out. There was a lot of language in here because of the way it was passed. That was unclear, ambiguous, it was inconsistently applied and it conflicted with other parts of the statute. And I think that we will get this fixed. Men spoke with Chicago's afternoon news on WGN, the Illinois state fair recorded an all time record 636,000 visitors this summer, the 11 day fair also pulled in $6.4 million, that's just below the record 6.5 million set in 2019. WGN sports, the cubs lost in Miami ten three, Monday Night Football, buffalo beat Tennessee 41 to 7, Philadelphia beat
"63 people" Discussed on WTOP
"For now it is Ukraine that is being depleted on estimated two and a half million of its citizens of left This woman is on America southern border in Mexico trying to get north of it I have family and friends in USA and they're ready to support me and actually they asked me to leave Ukraine in this situation CBS News special report I'm Tom foley It is three 35 eastern daylight time the State Department condemns what it calls an outrageous attack on the U.S. consulate in erbil Iraq a U.S. defense official confirms to CBS News that missiles targeting the consulate were fired from inside Iran Kurdistan's counter terrorism organization has 12 missiles were fired at the conflict though U.S. defense officials couldn't confirm the number CBS News military consultant and retired army colonel Jeff mccausland says it's a very serious development If the attack was in fact perpetrated by elements of the Iranian revolutionary guard it could in fact jeopardize a final agreement on the revised nuclear agreement in Iran the United States and several European governments as well as China have been negotiating for several months The State Department says no Americans were hurt and there was no damage to U.S. government facilities Saudi Arabia executed 81 people Saturday the largest mass execution in the kingdom's modern history Saudi government says those put to death belong to Al-Qaeda and ISIS the number put to death surpasses those killed in the 1980 mass execution of 63 people convicted of seizing the grand mosque at Mecca Just a head on WTO moving beyond two years of COVID pandemic With CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus next eastern daylight time three 36 When was the last time you really had 15 minutes.
"63 people" Discussed on WTOP
"Accident CBS News special report Ukrainian cities are under attack CBS News correspondent Chris livesay experienced it firsthand while in a bunker in southern Ukraine Like many other cities in Ukraine it is a majority Russian speaking city So when we were in that bunker surrounded by native Russian speakers obviously the claim of the Russian soldiers being there on rescue mission couldn't have been more ludicrous Ukraine's foreign minister dmytro kuleba is asking for air support If we had a more place we would have been able to save many more human lives mainly civilian parts because the main striking force of Russia is in the air And they indiscriminately choose to attack house civilian infrastructure and kill our civilians President Biden has authorized $200 million for more weapons CBS News special report on when did Gillette It's 5 34 Saudi Arabia executing 81 people largest mass execution in its history says those put to death belong to Al-Qaeda and ISIS the number for to death surpassing that of January 1980 That is when militants convicted of seizing the grand mosque in Mecca were put to death 63 people beheaded then U.S. authorities are ending asylum restrictions for children traveling alone across the U.S. border The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued new guidance saying the expulsion of unaccompanied non citizen children is not warranted to protect the public health The change was announced shortly before a court order was to take effect that would have allowed the Biden administration to expel unaccompanied children seeking asylum under title 42 authority That was introduced in March 2020 to prevent spread of COVID-19 That means migrant children trying to enter the U.S. alone will no longer be denied a chance to seek asylum but they order remains in place for adults and families traveling with children And still ahead it was two years ago this week that we started to understand the gravity of the word COVID What we've learned since 5 35 Green modeling for how you live today Here's bob Gallagher president of sun design remodeling sharing how remodeling can bring family and friends together One of the biggest benefits of design build as compared to other types of processes that might be available really entails the opportunity to get into some interesting conceptual ideas and spend time figuring out all the possibilities And what it is that could be done and you might throw the kitchen over here or over there and this way and that way And this is an opportunity where you can really do these things because it's just on paper And then we can figure out the various scopes of what that means and then also price ranging And at that point then you can really figure out how to identify what is the scope of work that you want to move forward The thing that really makes you excited inside and like wow we found our solution This is it Let's move forward When.
"63 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I never got a chance to tell her any of these things She passed away the year I graduated from high school I never knew it I didn't know about her passing But years later many years later in fact just a few years ago I connected with her niece And we have become family sherry toliver is her name and sherry and I have become family because we both love misses Cecil helmet My 8th grade English teacher my unsung hero That's Tony ludlow of Memphis Tennessee He went on to become a teacher of American history and English and he taught for almost 20 years Just share the story of your unsung hero with the team at hidden brain record a voice memo on your phone and email it to my unsung hero at hidden brain dot org You're listening to NPR news New Zealand is in the throes of skyrocketing COVID-19 infections marking a dramatic shift for the small country in the South Pacific For much of the pandemic it had successfully suppressed the virus but daily cases that numbered in the hundreds just two weeks ago jumped to more than 22,000 by Friday NPR's Julie McCarthy has this report Omicron finally arrived in New Zealand and is spreading at what's estimated to be the fastest rate in the world Monday hit a record high of more than 32,000 new infections a staggering number in a country of just 5 million Epidemiologist Michael baker told local media that New Zealanders will need to make a psychological shift It's a shock to see those numbers go so high And one reason it's a shock is that New Zealand has managed the pandemic so well to date we kept case numbers down and in particular we've kept very low In fact only 63 people have died from COVID-19 one of the lowest counts in the world and it was achieved through some of the strictest lockdowns in the world but prime minister Jacinda Ardern warned that as the country now moves into a new more relaxed phase ending restrictions and opening up there will be more virus circulating and more New Zealanders getting it She encouraged that third shot And as you firm up your household omicron plan make your booster the first thing you do to protect yourself and vulnerable people you know from getting the virus As I popping as the omicron surge is New Zealand health director Ashley bloomfield says the country's high rate of vaccination 80% according to Johns Hopkins will keep hospitalizations down and good outcomes up So most people COVID-19 will be a mild to moderate illness that can be managed quite safely at home Omicron is radiating out from New Zealand's largest city Auckland where anti lockdown protests erupted last year The capital Wellington saw protracted at times violent demonstrations in the last three weeks.
"63 people" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Say one person was arrested for carrying a knife, but no major incidents were reported early on, organiser Matt Brainard, former Trump Campaign staffer told the crowd Respect law enforcement. This is about the many people who were there that day. Who have not been charged with violence not been accused of assaulting a police officer, destroying property and disparate treatment they have received, according to a review. Roughly 63 people are being held awaiting trial or sentencing in connection with January 6th more than 600 people were arrested. I'm Julie Walker, a judge has formally approved the plan to turn OxyContin maker Produce Pharma into a new company no longer owned by members of the Sackler family. And with its profits going to fight the opioid epidemic. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Drain officially has confirmed the reorganization more than two weeks after he announced he would do so pending to largely technical changes. However, several states among other parties have already appealed the decision. The deal resolves some 3000 lawsuits filed by state and local governments, Native American tribes, unions, hospitals and others. Who claimed the company's marketing of prescription opioids help spark and continue overdose epidemic linked to more than 500,000 deaths in the US in the last two decades. I'm Charles de la Decima Cruz. You're watching the weather this weekend as they battle to California wildfires near the Sequoia National Park. More town hall dot com. Tell me one relief factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question in Southall. But the father and son founders of.
"63 people" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is closer to becoming a done deal. W G M traffic on Lake Shore Drive, things are starting to move again. An accident's been cleared between the Oak Street Curb and Grand Avenue and 65 North bound between State Road 1 14. And state road 14 is closed right now by an accident. A new contract that would raise the pay for 11,000 rank and file in Chicago police officers will be heading to a City council vote next week, A council committee unanimously voted to move the tentative eight year contract to the full City Council. If it gets their approval, it will cost the city 377 million alone in retroactive pay dating back to 2017 when the previous contract expired. It was not a pleasant Labor day weekend in Chicago. Police say 63 people were shot in 49 incidents. Six of them were killed. Seven miners shot CPD Superintendent David Brown says some of the parents maybe the intended targets, which means they're responsible, but bastard Corey Brooks tells WGN's John Williams not so fast. That does happen. But 280 kids have been shot and no one can tell me and no one believes At 280 kids being shot where a result of their parents being involved in a game. That is just not true at all, Brooke says, sometimes people to shoot him because their unrivaled gang territories and sometimes They're just shooting to hit anyone they can. City Council is also said to get a pay raise, but some aldermen are choosing not to take it by opting out. One of them is 15th Ward Alderman Ray Lopez. The council has a very quirky law on the books. Most elected officials have to take a physical vote every budget on whether or not they want to give themselves a pay raise. Alderman do not believe it was in 1995 aldermen when they bumped their salary from $50,000 to $75,000 put in their automatic increases or decreases for that matter, based on the consumer price index. Lopez tells are identified as he just can't justify accepting a raise when so many city residents are struggling more than 60% of Illinois residents, 12 and older now fully vaccinated against Covid, but less than 40% of residents of the southern part of the state are vaccinated. Dr Jeff rapper to family medicine specialist in Murphy's Burrow, telling our John Williams Today they have been pleading for people to get the shot. A newspaper story or radio story or social Media story might have been somebody's opinion. But having the neighbor down the street gets sick enough to be at the hospital both well, it seemed to do the trick a little bit better. And it's you know, kind of sad that it takes that kind of measure to convince people to get the vaccine, he says. I C u beds where he is now have been full for the past about three weeks. With Covid patients. President Biden toured damage today from Hurricane Ida in the Northeast. At least 50 deaths there are being blamed on the storm. He stopped in New York City and New Jersey and talked about the need to urgently address climate change, Folks, We gotta listen to the scientists And the economist and the national security experts. They all tell.
"63 people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Well. O Reilly here Tuesday. September 7th 2021 you are listening to the O. Reilly update. Here's what's happening across our nation. White House clarifying Joe Biden's comments on the Pittsburgh synagogue. The president's approval rating plummets. Violent chaos sweep Chicago over the Labor Day weekend Californians now paying the highest gas prices ever. Also I had with all the suffering we are experiencing in America. How will that play out for Joe Biden? But first The White House now admitting Mr Biden never visited a Jewish temple after a gunman killed 11 worshippers in 2018 last week, the president said, quote Remember spending time at the you know, going to the you know, the tree of life Synagogue. It's just amazing. These things are happening in America, unquote. But today, a spokesperson says the statement was not true. That the president never physically. Went to the temple near Pittsburgh, but spoke with a rabbi on the phone. This is yet another example of President Biden not being in control of himself. Facing a barrage of bipartisan criticism over inflation. Afghanistan GAS prices in covid Mr Biden's poll numbers are dropping. The president's approval now stands at 45%, according to the polling. Just two predecessors and lower ratings at this point. Donald Trump at 37% amid the media's Russian collusion allegations. And Gerald Ford at 36% following Richard Nixon's resignation. At least 63 people. Shot for fatally across Chicago since Friday evening. The victims include seven Children. Homicides in the windy city of 22% compared to last year. More than 1000 people have been injured by gunfire this summer alone. Residents hoping to get rid of Mayor Lightfoot will have to wait. There is no recall process. In the city of Chicago. Motorists in California now paying record high gas prices a gallon cost $4.39 on average. The most for Labor Day ever. The national average $3.20 of 45% compared to last summer. A combination of factors pushing gas prices higher, but the big one Is President Biden's war. On fossil fuels. In a moment more on the president. We'll be right back. Fellow Americans, Bill O Reilly here. I'm sure I'm not the only one who's noticed the state of our great nation has changed dramatically and with it the world's rock solid confidence in the U. S. Dollar, Thanks to our government's out of control spending, many believe we'll see dark days ahead for the dollar..
"63 people" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You are listening to the O. Reilly update. Here's what's happening across our nation. White House clarifying Joe Biden's comments on the Pittsburgh synagogue. The president's approval rating plummets. Violent chaos sweep Chicago over the Labor Day weekend. Californians now paying the highest gas prices ever also ahead with all the suffering we are experiencing in America. How will that play out for Joe Biden? But first The White House now admitting Mr Biden never visited a Jewish temple after a gunman killed 11 worshippers in 2018 last week, the president said, quote Remember spending time at the you know, going to the You know the tree of life. Senegal. It's just amazing. These things are happening in America, unquote. But today, a spokesperson says the statement was not true. That the president never physically went to the temple near Pittsburgh, but spoke with a rabbi on the phone. This is yet another example of President Biden not being in control of himself. Facing a barrage of bipartisan criticism over inflation. Afghanistan gas prices in covid Mr Biden's Paul numbers are dropping The president's approval now stands at 45%, according to the polling. Just two predecessors and lower ratings at this point. Donald Trump at 37% amid the media's Russian collusion allegations. And Gerald Ford at 36% following Richard Nixon's resignation. At least 63 people. Shot for fatally across Chicago since Friday evening. The victims include seven Children. Homicides in the windy city of 22% compared to last year. More than 1000 people have been injured by gunfire this summer alone. Residents hoping to get rid of Mayor Lightfoot will have to wait. There is no recall process. In the city of Chicago. Motorists in California now paying record high gas prices a gallon cost $4.39 on average. The most for Labor Day ever. The national average $3.20 up 45% compared to last summer. A combination of factors pushing gas prices higher, but the big one Is President Biden's war. On fossil fuels. In a moment more on the president. We'll be right back. Fellow Americans Ville O Reilly here. I'm sure I'm not the only one who's noticed the state of our great nation has changed dramatically and with it the world's rock solid confidence in the U. S. Dollar, Thanks to our government's out of control spending, many believe we'll see dark days ahead for the dollar..
"63 people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Me Do you have? If you're a young, black or Latino guy, do you have a better chance of being killed by another black or Latino guy? A person of color Because if you look at the data, right, they keep telling us follow the science right? That's what the Democrats say. Look at the science. How do you ignore the data? Will the data says the 90 something percent of homicide victims or people of color? And the data also tells you the 90 something percent of the people that perpetuate those crimes. People of color. They don't want to see that. Why? Why can't we say the truth? That is the data and the data shows that you have a better chance of getting hit by lightning. Then you do of getting killed. If you're unarmed by a police officer again, 15 and I'm not saying that those were innocent people either, but 15 15 versus 10,000. You do the math. Minneapolis police chief African American. He's saying he's sick and tired of the cops getting blamed for all the problems in the world number four. I want you all to know right now the biggest threat to public safety in our city. Particularly African American community. It's not the police. It is not the police. We have an epidemic right now of Unequivocal gun violence, particularly African American communities, and that must stop And that must stop and you finally have. Why can't other African American leaders talk like this? Why not? Why not talk like this? Stop with the nonsense, that's all. Just give it give the facts. What is happening here? You want to talk about critical race theory that people of color they are disenfranchised. They're treated like crap. And how do you explain Indian Americans doing? Well? How do you explain Asians doing well in school? This is a societal problem. This is an inner city problem. This is a drug problem. This is a family problem. That's where it all starts. If you want to get to the root, you know how they want to talk about the border crisis. Let's get to the root causes, then get to the root causes and stop trying to make it all about that The criminals are being victimized. That it's because they're black. It's because of society is because the country is inherently racist when it's so much, much, much, much, much, much more complex. Maybe If these politicians like Speaker Pelosi, like what's her name with the wig? Now I'm like forgetting her name Maxine Waters. She lives in their multimillion dollar mansions in San Francisco and Kamala Harris. Maybe if they went down to the streets of San Francisco, where crime is so out of control, they got to close down all the stores and the Walgreens. And California. Forget about it. The homelessness is out of control. Maybe if they went down to the streets, go to those inner city communities and talk to them. Talk to the parents Talk to the mothers, you know, because Kamala Harris, she refused to even go To the border, the actual border where it is like in Donna, Texas. Instead, she was what almost 1000 miles away If they went to the crisis itself down into the inner cities down into the housing projects, go to the slow bomb housing project in Yonkers and ask them what is the real problem? You know what they're going to say? I can't control my kid. The schools are failing them. My kid is in eighth grade, and he can barely read. My kid is running around. There's no after school programs is nothing for him to do so. He's just hanging out in the corner and he's dealing drugs and he's doing drugs and I can't control him. And if I called the police, they said, there's nothing we can do unless he causes unless he commits a crime or he does something wrong. That's that's what they're going to tell you. But that doesn't fit with their narrative. But take a listen to these moms. These are African American moms. These are family members of young, black innocent victims and that the large majority of the people 63 people that were shot in Chicago just this weekend alone. Among them a 10 month old sitting in his car seat. Another 88 year old little girl sitting on her couch. These these are Thank God they're they're they're going to survive. There was a one month old that was shot. Can you imagine being the mother of a one month old and the one month old is in your car and gets shot in a drive by shooting? Where? Where are the protests? But these are some of the moms that we talked to that we listen to that we are hearing That the crime must stop number 17 Everybody talk about black lives lack matter. What about baby lives?.
"63 people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A false narrative that this country is inherently racist, that communism is some sort of utopia and that the voter integrity laws are racist against black people. And the fact that the White House continues to talk about it, and that the attorney General Merrick Garland, is suing the state of Georgia over this. The voter integrity laws, which are basically all you have to do they're asking for is to present an I D. So the right person actually votes is mind boggling to me. Take a listen to sake, which she says about the voting law number seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote is a form of suppression because I didn't I didn't start it up. Biden is going to talk about this, by the way tomorrow. He's going to have this big speech, which she announced. She said that Biden wanted to do himself Who else would do the speech? He wanted to do it himself. She almost said We were surprised We didn't think he could, You know, do it past his bedtime, er, his nap time. So again. Sorry, So that's sake. She's talking about Biden and the voter integrity laws against seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote as a form of depression. In a form of silencing hell call out the greatest irony of the big lie is that no election in our history has met such a high standard with over 80 judges, including those appointed by his predecessor, throwing out all challenges. He'll also decry efforts just So 80 judges. Why was it thrown out? Because they didn't actually look and they they said they didn't have jurisdiction. Am I right or wrong? When we're talking about 80 judges? It's not that the judges looked at the voter. The voter, Uh, you know, and to determine there was no fraud. They said we don't have jurisdiction here. Okay, so keep it going the right to vote as authoritarian and anti American, and he will highlight The work of the administration against this the necessity of passing the for the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and how we need to work together with civil rights organizations to build as broad a turnout and voter education system to overcome. The worst challenge to our democracy since the Civil War. What? Okay, This is a life of beginning and 11th. Of all the law in Georgia is much more open and liberal than the current laws in Delaware in New York's of Joe Biden thinks this is an attack on democracy. Then he has been taking partner systematic attack on democracy in Delaware. What this is doing is preserving the right to vote. Whether or not there was fraud. The last election. It's almost irrelevant to this argument because to me when you're sending out this many ballots, and that's subject to supervision, you're inviting it. It could be Republicans do it. Democrats, You know that's politics being what it is. There's always gonna be people trying to abuse the system. That's why New York is required that to get an absentee about you have to give a reason why you can't vote. And why you have to show who you are when you register to vote. I mean, this is this common If you really value the right to vote, you want to make sure that people who are but this is the biggest threat against democracy since the Civil War. I think she's the greatest argument against common sense and against, uh, against you have free thought This is nonsense, and that that's why the country is being divided to really think that law is being adopted in Georgia, which are more open than New York and Delaware is the greatest threat to this country since the Civil War. Where's she been? I mean, where has she been? She must be living in some silos. Some West left wing. Silo adventure wackos. Well, like I said, it's the government and the media. So take a listen to this. This is an MSNBC analyst Dina Bodhgaya. My saying is he's also a radio host. And he he says that at this point, I think they're just trying to say Trump's name because they know it helps with their ratings because they're so far down in the toilet. But if you notice today on Twitter arrests, Trump was trending and it's been trending all day long. How is that? Okay? Meanwhile, Trump still can't even get on the platform and so many other people that I know got their accounts cancelled. Simply by talking about hydroxy Clark chloroquine or anything else, And you even have the co inventor of the M R N a technology for the vaccine. He got banned from Google. He got banned from Lincoln. And you you had JAMA an article, The journal American Medical Association, talking about how having masks on kids can be harmful to high of Carbon dioxide levels in Germany, and that got bands a JAMA article got bands. But listen to this guy, MSNBC analyst Talking about Trump number eight Donald Trump. Radicalized people like an al Qaida recruiter, Donald Trump sent them there to attack the capital to stop the steal as he put it, or to stop the certification of the votes. As we put it, we need Democrats in one voice the same way the right talks about critical race theory. Talk about saving our democracy. Save our democracy meeting reforming the filibuster, meaning perhaps not funding red states with infrastructure if they're going to make it harder to vote. I know that sounds unlike Democrats, but we got to play hardball here, and I think Democrats calling in one voice for Donald Trump to be criminally prosecuted. It is not partisan. The call for a terrorist to be brought to justice. This sounds like a third world dictatorship and that I think is where their mentality is going. We want to talk about people who want to violate democracy. How about in chief? How about black lives matter when they were burning down the United States a year ago? What happened here in Manhattan? Uh, Police departments being physically attacked city halls almost being overrun. The sanctuary is being set up where criminals could run wild. That is a great threat to democracy, and you have again hundreds of people burning out businesses attacking innocent people. Shooting, killing people. And and so what's the answer? The Democrats Kamala Harris wants to post bail for those who were rioting and demonstrating. So this to me is a disgrace. And once we start hitting this thing of locking up opponents again, maybe that's why they think commented. Communism is a paradise because that's what is on in their paradise all the time. You lock up your enemies. And I think one of the biggest Racists we have now in the country are a lot of these Democratic leaders like Mayor, lightweight notice. I don't call her Lightfoot lightweight. She does not care that 63 people were shot in Chicago over this weekend alone, among them a 20 month old that was sitting in his car seat. Another was an eight year old girl sitting on her couch in her living room, stray bullets, and she wants to say that crime is down. And then this is a B E T news correspondent. His name is Mark Hill. He's also a Temple University professor. He in media studies of all places. Listen to what he says. This is so outrageous. This guy needs to lose his job on B E T News and a Temple university number 11. Do you? I mean, do you believe that? Do you believe all white people are inherently racist? So I don't know if you're backing me into a corner of that question, But yes, I do. Yes, I do. He believes all white people are racist. This is Mark Hill, A B E. T news correspondent, Temple University professor saying white. All white people are racist. Suppose you are. I said, we think some black people are racist. That would be consideration right? Right. But he can say all white people are race. This is absolutely Saturday and then unfortunately, become part of the regular dialogues. It would take it that we have to take this seriously because they become a threat a real threat to do. That's a threat to democracy, that that type of talk. I mean that that's like a Ku Klux Klan and reverse. Absolutely. And we had here in New York, A 13 year old was shot execution style. It looked like he was possibly a gang member. I'm hearing through different NYPD sources, five arrests that, uh, he had five arrests. Five previous arrests a 13 year old. That's the real epidemic that is spreading across the country. These democratic cities that have this turnstile type of justice that are allowing the criminals should just go out on the streets that we have five 1000 open gun cases here in New York City, with 90 something percent of those suspects out on the streets. They got those disappearance tickets. That's the real. That's the real epidemic, not white supremacy. Covid..
"63 people" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Officials. Expedited this request for funding from the state. The death toll is 18 145 people are missing. The House voted yesterday to establish a special committee to investigate the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. The vote was largely along party lines. Only two Republicans approved the measure. The House had earlier approved establishing an independent commission to investigate, but that approach was blocked by Republicans in the Senate. Stocks opened higher this morning as new claims for unemployment fell to their lowest level since the start of the pandemic. At last check, the Dow is up 81 points the S and P is up 10. NPR's Scott Horsley has more on that story. 364,000 people filed new state claims for unemployment last week. That's down about 51,000 from the week before. Another 115,000 people applied for aid under a special federal program for gig workers and the self employed. As of mid June, nearly 14.7 million people receiving some form of jobless assistance. That number is expected to drop in the coming weeks. That's partly because people are going back to work. It's also because more than two dozen states are phasing out the emergency unemployment assistance that Congress authorized during the pandemic. Those emergency programs are set to expire in all 50 states by early September. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington The Dow is now up 84 points. This is NPR news. China's ruling Communist Party is celebrating its 1/100 birthday today. NPR's Emily Fang, reports on an hour long speech by the party's top leader, Xi Jinping, stood on Beijing's Tiananmen Square in front of the Imperial Forbidden City Palace. Flanked by Communist Party leaders, passed in prison and wearing a gray mouse suit. She celebrated the party's achievements in the last century. He reassured listeners that China's rise was peaceful. But he also vowed to strengthen China's military conquer Taiwan and keep stability in Hong Kong. Today is also the anniversary for when Hong Kong came back under Beijing's control Me Yeah, she Jinping says Chinese people will never allow any foreign force to bully oppress enslave us. Anyone who dares will necessarily get bloody before the steel Great wall built with the flesh and blood. 1.4 billion Chinese people. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing health officials in Oregon say at least 63 people have died in the state from the record heatwave in Canada, the chief coroner in British Columbia reports. There were at least 486, sudden and unexpected death since last Friday. Hundreds more than usual, she says it's likely the increase is attributable to the extreme weather. At least 16 people were injured when confiscated. Fireworks exploded in Los Angeles last night. Police had collected more than £5000 of explosives. In a pre fourth of July sweep. Some of the fire works were being stored in a bomb squad trailer for disposal when they exploded, damaging cars and blowing out windows.
"63 people" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A perfect storm you could say of travel brewing out a D I A Ky News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with a preview. Yes, April, the airport says between life first and lie. 61.2 million passengers will go through the airport Saturday and Monday will be the busiest when passenger numbers are expected to be 2% higher than 2019. Increased. Travel requires an increase in tribal workers and CSA is head staffing issues. We heard about what American Airlines went through recently. So the best advice if you're flying, be patient. We've seen this pattern lately. Bookings are up, folks eager to get out and travel like I even missed the middle seat. Remember if you're flying, get there a couple hours early, and masks still required at the airport. Chuck large Airway news radio. Thank you. Chuck, The U. S. Supreme Court wrapping up its current term today, and some fairly big decisions are pending. There are two remaining cases. One has to do with two laws in Arizona that pertain to voting one law said With rare exceptions, people cannot collect and turn in other people's ballots for them. Another said. You can't vote out of precinct. Ninth Circuit said the laws violate the Voting Rights Act. Section two prohibits voting practices that discriminate on the basis of race or color. The other case has to do with a California law that requires nonprofits to reveal the names behind larger donations to the state attorney general. District judge sided with the nonprofits questioning the government's interest here, but the ninth Circuit found the law can help the government police charity fraud. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News Manhattan grand jury has indicted the Trump Organization and a top executive. The indictments for have been filed against Alan Weiss Albert, the CFO and former president of the former president's company. The specific charges are unknown as the indictments won't be unsealed until this afternoon. It's related to an investigation led by the Manhattan district attorney. It's been slammed by Trump is being Really political. The House has passed a bill that establishes a select committee to investigate the January 6th capital riots. The Yays are 2 22, and the nays are 1 90. The resolution is adopted. Ousted GOP conference chair Liz Cheney and representative Adam Kinzinger were the only Republicans who voted in favor. The measure establishes a 13 person commission appointed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, including five members to be selected quote after consultation with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. This comes one month after Senate Republicans blocked an effort to create an independent bipartisan panel. Colorado congressman Ed Perlmutter, helping to lead the charge on climate change. He chaired a special hearing on Capitol Hill this week. Climate Change is affecting every state and community in our nation. These risks are intertwined in the financial system, he says. We must act now to ensure our financial system is resilient in the face of climate change and the economic transition. Well, starting today, there is a 10 cent charge in effect for single use plastic and paper bags at Denver retailers. Chris Staff who joined us moments ago with Safeway says outreach efforts by the grocer to warn customers of the change has drawn mixed reactions like anything else. You know, Some people support it others don't but You know, there's lots of options out there. You can purchase the bags or a lot of options for reusable day. The new ordinance set to take effect last year, but it was put off until now due to the pandemic. The new charges seen as a way to reduce environmental impacts, as well as pay for what it cost the city to deal with them. So will you bring your bags or pay the fee you're weighing in on that question. On Facebook and Twitter, the death toll is climbing from an historic heatwave. In Oregon. At least 63 people have died just since Friday when record breaking attempts began. That includes 45 people in the The county of Portland, which hit 1 16 on Monday. Homes across the Pacific Northwest are not equipped with a PC because it never gets this hot. At least 20 deaths in Washington are also linked to the heat growing up here in Colorado. We never had a C for the longest time as well. But now you got our schools didn't and they would start later. Yeah, they start earlier in their noticing. They need the ace. They definitely do. Student athletes on the subject to students are getting the chance to benefit from their name, image and likeness. All three divisions adopted a uniform interim policy that suspends the CIA's N I. L rules starting Thursday, It applies to all incoming and current student athletes. The temporary policy will be in place until federal legislation or new N C. A rules are adopted. The organization says. Schools and conferences can choose to.
"63 people" Discussed on KCRW
"Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Nora RAHM, New York Prosecutors are preparing to announce criminal charges against the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer. William Merits reports When Donald Trump became president, he put his company under the day to day management of Alan Weiss Silberg, a 40 year employee of the Trump Organization. Now I Solberg is expected to face criminal charges for allegedly paying employees off the books to avoid taxes among the benefits. The Trump Organization is said to have paid for our cars, apartments and private school tuition. Trump's company is also expected to face charges. The Manhattan D A has been conducting a wide ranging investigation of possible protracted criminal fraud. Trump has denied wrongdoing. Neither voice Aalborg's lawyer nor the Trump Organization's attorney commented for NPR news. I'm million merits in New York. It's been one week since a condo building partially collapsed and Surfside, Florida officials say they still can't account for 145 people. More remains were recovered yesterday, including two Children, ages four and 10. The death toll is now 18. No survivors have been pulled from the rubble since a few hours after the building fell. President Biden is to visit the site today. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court yesterday threw out the conviction of Bill Cosby, the actor and comedian had been found guilty of sexually assaulting a Temple University employee in 2000 and four Dozens of other women have also accused Cosby of assault, but their cases couldn't be brought because of the statute of limitations. Among them is Victoria Valentino, who's dismayed by the development. We thought When he received his guilty, guilty, guilty verdict. And when he was taken out in handcuffs in front of us that we had received Justice Cosby 83 was quickly released from prison where he had been sentenced to serve from 3 to 10 years. New state laws across the country are going into effect today in Georgia, one of its new laws prevents municipal and county governments from reducing police budgets. From member station W. A. B E M a hurt reports. The law prevents Georgia municipalities and counties from cutting police funding by more than 5% a year. It's sponsor Republican State representative Houston Gains has said it's designed to prevent the defund the police movement from spreading to Georgia. No Georgia cities or counties have actually defunded the police but to have considered decreasing police budgets. Emma heard from member station W. A B. A new election law also goes into effect today in Georgia. Among other provisions, the law adds a voter idea requirement for mail in voting shortens the time in which a voter can request unveiled ballot and allows fewer ballot drop boxes. Several lawsuits challenging the law have been filed, including one filed last week by the Justice Department. You're listening to NPR news. Health officials in Oregon say at least 63 people have died in the state from a record heat wave, which has shattered high temperature records throughout the Pacific Northwest. In Canada, the chief coroner in British Columbia reports there were at least 486 sudden and unexpected death since last Friday. When normally about 165 people would die in the province in that time period. She says she can't say with certainty how many of the deaths are heat related, but it's likely the increase is attributable to the extreme weather. China's ruling Communist Party is celebrating its 1/100 anniversary. NPR's Emily Fang is following the festivities in Big Jing. The Communist Party was actually founded on July 23rd 100 years ago. But today the party is kicking off a month of celebrations, beginning with a massive parade.
"63 people" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Did into confusion, and as we look to Independence Day we meet some of the people who bring the bells in Boston's Old North Church. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Nora RAHM, New York Prosecutors are preparing to announce criminal charges against the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer. Merits reports When Donald Trump became president, he put his company under the day to day management of Alan Weiss Silberg, a 40 year employee of the Trump Organization. Now I Solberg is expected to face criminal charges for allegedly paying employees off the books to avoid taxes among the benefits. The Trump Organization is said to have paid for our cars, apartments and private school tuition. Trump's company is also expected to face charges. The Manhattan D A has been conducting a wide ranging investigation of possible protracted criminal fraud. Trump has denied wrongdoing. Neither was Aalborg's lawyer nor the Trump Organization's attorney commented for NPR news. I'm million merits in New York. It's been one week since a condo building partially collapsed and Surfside, Florida. Officials say they still can't account for 145 people. More remains were recovered yesterday, including two Children, ages four and 10. The death toll is now 18. No survivors have been pulled from the rubble since a few hours after the building fell. President Biden is to visit the site today. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court yesterday threw out the conviction of Bill Cosby, the actor and comedian had been found guilty of sexually assaulting a Temple University employee in 2000 and four. Dozens of other women have also accused Cosby of assault. Their cases couldn't be brought because of the statute of limitations. Among them is Victoria Valentino, who's dismayed by the development. We thought When he received his guilty, guilty, guilty verdict and when he was taken out in handcuffs in front of us that we had received justice Cosby 83 was quickly released from prison where he had been sentenced to serve from 3 to 10 years. New state laws across the country are going into effect today in Georgia, one of its new laws prevents municipal and county governments. From reducing police budgets from member station W. A. B M a hurt reports. The law prevents Georgia municipalities and counties from cutting police funding by more than 5% a year. Its sponsor, Republican state representative Houston gains has said it's designed to prevent the defund the police movement from spreading to Georgia know Georgia cities or counties have actually defunded the police, but to have considered decreasing police budgets. Emma hurt from member station W. E B. A new election law also goes into effect today in Georgia. Among other provisions, the law adds voter idea requirement for mail in voting shortens the time in which a voter can request unveiled ballot. And allows fewer ballot drop boxes. Several lawsuits challenging the law have been filed, including one filed last week by the Justice Department. You're listening to NPR news. Health officials in Oregon say at least 63 people have died in the state from a record heat wave, which has shattered high temperature records throughout the Pacific Northwest in Canada, the chief coroner in British Columbia reports there were at least 486 sudden and unexpected death since last Friday. When normally about 165 people would die in the province in that time period, she says. She can't say what's certainty how many of the deaths are heat related, but it's likely the increase is attributable to the extreme weather. China's ruling Communist Party is celebrating its 1/100 anniversary. NPR's Emily Fang is following the fixed festivities in Big Jing. The Communist Party was actually founded on July 23rd 100 years ago. But today the party is kicking off a month of celebrations, beginning with a massive parade and.
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"Border, she'll meet with Mexico's president. The United States will continue to enforce our laws and secure our border. There are legal methods. Which migration can and should occur. The U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan is more than half done. The U. S pullout so far has focused on removing equipment. Another materials, not troops. 63 people now known dead from that tragic collision of two trains in Pakistan. This is a P news. Now to Nevada and the ban on some kinds of grass, the kind that grows in the ground. Nevada will be the first state to enact a permanent ban on certain categories of grass Governor Steve Cecil Act signed legislation Friday that will outlaw about 31% of the grass and the Las Vegas area beginning in 2027. The ban applies to so called non functional turf. Including grass at office. Parks in street medians added entrances to housing developments. A drought is drying up the Colorado River that serves as the region's primary water source. Lake Mead and Lake Powell. The two reservoirs store in Colorado River water are both projected to shrink to levels this year. That would trigger the region's first ever official shortage declaration, triggering reductions to water allocated to Nevada and Arizona. I'm Mike Rossio. The heat wave continues across parts of the Northeast. Temperatures 15 degrees above seasonal averages in some places, says the weather service. I'm Rita Foley. AP News A P News I'm Tim McGuire Vice President Kamala Harris met with Guatemala's president today on migration. The agreements between President Jammeh today and I have made today Will strengthen the security and prosperity for both the people of Guatemala. And the people of the United States. This is Harris first foreign trip. She called on people in Guatemala and other Central American nations not to make the dangerous trek toward the U. S border. In a unanimous ruling, the Supreme Court says thousands of people living in the U. S for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents. Justice Elena Kagan, citing federal immigration law, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the latest Senate Republican counter offer to President Biden's infrastructure plan doesn't work. The offer did not meet the president's bar of growing the economy. Tackling the climate crisis in creating new jobs. Biden is to meet again with GOP negotiator West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore capital. Nine people have been wounded, one critically, in a shooting early Sunday morning on a service road near I 10 in New Orleans. L s u Professor Peter Sharp tells w V u E. The continued violence in the city, which depends on tourism directly affects police and fire departments. We are out there by ourselves, where three in the country in terms of.
"63 people" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And more people in movie theaters. This is our first time out, and so where do we come help? It's a relief for Abel Ramirez, who had to lay off 63 people. From his two restaurants during the pandemic. Do you consider yourself lucky to have survived this long? I consumed myself Lucky and blessed. People covered, say, Thank God you are open. I said, no, I think that you were here. The new rules also relax limits on indoor fitness classes and venues like the Church of Eight Wheels in San Francisco. It's amazing thing City by the Bay is rolling towards herd immunity. Nearly 3/4 of San Francisco's vaccine eligible population has it least one shot. Nationwide. That number is now 57%. And with vaccinations, climbing restrictions or falling, New York will eliminate capacity limits on most businesses Effective May 19. Broadway tickets are on sale again. And in Illinois, the state's bridge Things takes effect next week for restaurants and bars and retail and weddings and public gatherings. This means higher capacity limits and a very hopeful move toward full reopening, with some of the last holdouts moving toward reopening. It's a welcome sign for Americans craving a return to normalcy, but it's still too soon to declare victory, warns infectious disease expert Dr Michael Poster home definitely turned the corner in the potential to have a national search of cases. The levels of vaccination. We have will protect us from that kind of event, but we still have a ways to go to make sure that we don't have more state by state or even regional challenges. Well, now that so many people are vaccinated here in the U. S. The question is, how do we make the vaccine more accessible in developing countries. Now, the Biden administration is supporting a waiver on vaccine patents, and that would force drug companies to share their vaccine formula. The World Trade Organization will ultimately make the decision. Pharmaceutical giants here in the U. S say they worry about the quality and safety of vaccine production. You see, it's not clear yet exactly how this is going to affect those pharmaceutical company's bottom line. Los Angeles 10 minutes past six o'clock in Texas legislators worked through the night on the bill to rewrite the States voting laws Texas has already rated as one of the hardest states to vote in an election experts say this will make it even harder. Florida's governor signed a similar bill yesterday in Republican led efforts to target and issue widespread voting fraud that so far has not been proven to exist. Is the story from that. O'Keefe..
"63 people" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"There. You see it coming through the roof, Red flames, and now it's coming right up to the middles. We have trouble breaking out here right now. The police have just Russell. A couple of people to the ground. 63 people were killed. 2000 were injured and 12,000 were arrested all because of the riots that started on this day. 1992 time for another traffic check with detour Dan from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center. Thanks. Get back you're late. I was gonna look at some ride times here doesn't look like they're too awful bad, But there's a few extra minutes on some of these West siders. The westbound 10 at the moment, a 19 minute ride from the 51 west out to the one on one and that's really the heaviest freeway with about 67 extra minutes on it, North found 17. Just three extra minutes 16 minute ride from the 51 or I should say the 17 split north bound up to Peoria and the westbound one. Oh, one another one of those could be worth only a couple of extra minutes. 19 minutes westbound from the Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard unwrapped westbound up to 75th Avenue. Gotta crash, though approaching the downtown on the westbound to 02 Red Mount Freeway at 24th Street off right now, no longer blocking that right lane. And more good news. The South found one a one hour free a crash and Thomas that records cleared all together. This traffic report brought to you by Allstate. You may have heard that Allstate has new low auto rates. But isn't it time for you to see for yourself? Visit all ST dot com or Colin Agent For quote today Teacher Dan Katie. Our news, Clear and 68 overnight 99 tomorrow.
At least 14 people wounded in shooting at Chicago funeral home
"Good evening. I'm done here is what's happening. Police in Chicago are investigating a mass shooting tonight. 14 people wounded outside a funeral home. Here's NBC's Ryan Burrow. Chicago Police Deputy Chief Eric Carter says a dark vehicle was passing outside of a funeral home when someone inside started shooting. Funeral attendees outside of the home, then return gunfire. 14 people were taken to five area hospitals right now we have 60 shell casings on the scene. Shooters are unknown. At this time for the exchange between the attendees of the hero and those that were in the vehicle. Police do have a person of interest in custody, but they do not yet have a motive. Ryan Burrow ABC NEWS Chicago The shooting comes as the Department of Homeland Security is planning to deploy dozens of federal agents to Chicago to deal with an uptick in violent crime in the Windy City Today, shooting follows a weekend that saw 63 people shot. 12 of them fatally. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says it's premature right now to say President Trump will send federal agents to Chicago. He's made no announcements as to who's going where he's very discouraged by the violence that he's seen in Chicago. It's why he sent on a very strong letter Tio Mayor Lightfoot offering help because she's clearly unable to control her streets. Here in Boston
Federal agents will deploy to Chicago as part of anti-violence effort
"The Chicago Tribune newspaper says it's learned that President Trump may send federal agents to Chicago as soon as this week, The Tribune says the Department of Home Security is crafting plans to deploy it on 150 federal agents. To work alongside Chicago police and other federal law enforcement. In quote crime fighting efforts. Trump pointed to rising gun violence in Chicago, the nation's third largest city. Where more than 63 people were shot 12 fatally. Over the
16 Dead, Including 3 Children In Chicago Shootings This Weekend
"Weekend in a row. We've had to tell you about multiple Children being killed by gunfire in Chicago. A total of 16 people killed this weekend. Three of them were Children. Grand total of 63 people shot this weekend and now Group of Chicago business owners are putting up a big part of money to ensure that those shooters of these babies are caught. The youngest victim killed this weekend was 20 month old, sincere gassed in. He was shot in the chest while riding in his car seat near 60th hosted Saturday. His mother was grazed by a bullet as well. 10 year old Lena Nunez died that evening after being hit in the head by a straight bullet. She was inside a second floor apartment in Logan Square when bullets came through the window with a 35 100 block of West Dickins. Police believe the stray bullets came from two groups firing at each other outside. Then there was a 17 year old killed in humble park that same day during a fight. An eight year old girl also shot while sitting inside on the couch and 66 Southwood and West Inglewood. Luckily, she did survive with the graze wound to her head, though. Just last weekend, 106 people shot including three year old Mukai James and 13 year old Ah Marya Jones, both of whom were killed during the deadliest weekend of the year. Newly formed group called I'm Telling Don't Shoot is now offering $50,000 in reward money down Find shooters in the cases of the littlest victims you're talking about Makai insincere put up another 25 final gets going. Put up 100 So you tell me with $100,000. Room, or nobody's going to say to say nothing right? So that