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'He's home': Missing 73 years, Medal of Honor recipient's remains return to Georgia
"Residents of America's Georgia and elsewhere pay tribute to a Korean War hero whose remains have finally been returned. I Norman hall, a police escort was flashing lights led the casket of Luther Herschel's story through America's Georgia on the way to a burial with military honors if nearby andersonville national cemetery. Luther's story was mortally wounded in combat in 1950 while his company was retreating, fearing he would slow down their withdrawal, he volunteered to stay behind to cover them with machine gun fire that took out dozens of the enemy. Story was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor, relatives including nice duty weight feared his body would never be recovered. His remains were identified only last month through DNA testing. According to the defense POW MIA accounting agency, more than 7500 Americans who served in the Korean War remain missing or the remains have not been identified. I Norman hall
"73 year" Discussed on Business Wars
"As 2017 draws to a close. There's more bad news for Disney on its way. Well, he is the genius behind blockbuster films like Toy Story and frozen. Now Pixar chief John Lasseter is apologizing for sexual misconduct. And he announced he's taking a leave of absence. KPI X finds Susie steinel at Pixar headquarters in emeryville for us tonight. Susie? Well, Alan women told The Hollywood Reporter that they used to look out for John Lasseter's hugs. They said, if you didn't turn your head away at the right time, he would end up kissing you on the lips. The 60 year old Lasseter is one of the reports of unwanted touching and Lasseter's time at Disney Pixar. After internal investigations into the reports, Disney's CEO Robert Iger concludes that Lasseter can not return. Lasseter provided the creative spark that transformed Pixar from a technology company into a movie studio and helped lead Disney Animation back into another golden age. But now, he's left in disgrace. Soon after, Pixar's 73 year old cofounder Ed cat bull announces, he's retiring at the end of 2018. In the wake of the departures, Disney picks monsters Inc director Pete docter to become Pixar's new chief creative officer. And frozen co director Jennifer Lee becomes creative chief at Disney Animation.
"73 year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We have now. I think that's a force for influence. It's not a part of the political influence. But for this body policy as a whole to have a constitutional monarchy, it doesn't interfere with the day to today political process. But who's not a man of that monarchy of the changes needed in a modern society and make it work well and to make it work more fairly. I think they're a great force for good in that respect. And I think whether you're a monarchist or not constitutional market is a mechanism that offers a bit more stability and prospect for sensible change, for good manners and for high standards than society and particularly in political public life. And they set that example. Superb exemplar of that. That's Charles Anson former press secretary to the queen, how fascinating to hear those insights from someone who knows the royal family so well about the challenges, not insignificant facing King Charles the third. He is 73 years old. We know him well, of course. He is the oldest person to exceed to the throne in British history. We know and understand how much rest now upon his shoulders. But I think Steven, over these coming days, I and many Britons will be grieving, no doubt quite personally, for the loss of the longest reigning monarch in British history, we're going to be continuing our reporting here on Bloomberg radio as we look to the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and we commemorate her life and times. I'm Stephen Carroll in London, you can catch us every weekday morning here for Bloomberg daybreak, Europe, starting at 6 a.m. in London and 1 a.m. on Wall Street. Nathan. Thank you, Caroline and Steven. And coming up on
"73 year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Girl is being charged with murder in the killing of a 73 year old man, police say James Lambert was attacked by four males and three females last month on a street in north Philadelphia I'm Michael kassner. Market analysis that goes beyond the ordinary. Again, I learn another function from Matt Miller today. Bloomberg markets with poles weenie and Matt Miller. Why is this stock so unloved? Weekdays at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business launch. And I'm Karen Moscow, futures are lower this morning. We go to the first word breaking news desk for today's morning call and here's Bill maloney Bill good morning. Hey, good morning, Karen. That's right. You wish futures are under pressure right now with doubt futures down 345 points has to be dropped 43 and NASDAQ futures are lower by 97 and just knowing here at JPMorgan just reported Q two adjusted revenue 31.63 billion estimate was 31.97 billion. The U.S. ten year old at 2.96% gold is down 22 oil trading lower and Bitcoin is little changed. Asia markets were acquired overnight note that Taiwan semi hiked its outlook and European markets are in the red this morning. Back in the U.S. on the economic front at 8 30 initial jobs claims and June PPI and besides JPMorgan earnings look for Morgan Stanley to report around 7 30. In other news, the Tesla executive overseeing AI and autopilot is stepping down and crypto lenders Celsius filed for bankruptcy. Rabbit things up FI was put to neutral at Credit Suisse, Cisco cut to neutral at JPMorgan and Tesla was rated new by a truest, price target there a thousand. Live from the first of breaking news desk on Bill maloney Karen. All right, Bill, thank you, and to hear lie breaking news of your Bloomberg type squawk on your terminal sq and again, we did get earnings from JPMorgan. They're crossing the Bloomberg now adjusted revenue just missing analyst estimates. And second quarter investment banking revenue also looking like it missed analyst estimates. We're going to have full details with Bloomberg intelligence as senior analyst Allison Williams in just a moment. And as a Bloomberg business flash, now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world. Michael. Karen, thank you very much, high stakes talks in the Middle East during his first full day in Israel, President Biden and prime minister lapid will hold a full joint briefing later today. A nationwide curfew was in effect in Sri Lanka from last night until this morning after protesters surrounded and entered the prime minister's office in Colombo yesterday. In baseball, the Yankees beat the reds, the mets beat the braves, the nationals lost both games of a double header to the Mariners. The Orioles beat the cubs to win their tenth straight, the Giants stopped the Diamondbacks, the a's lost to the rangers. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries, I'm Michael Barr and
Liberals Pounce After Dennis Prager Tests Positive for COVID-19
"My friend and colleague Dennis prager is on a journey. Dennis announced yesterday he asked COVID. He did his radio show from home. He's quarantined. He and his family have COVID. As many people I know have had COVID. Dennis is not real fond of the vaccine journey. He is not apparently taking the vaccine and as a result when news broke the dentist tested positive for COVID, social media sort of erupted. They just had a field day yesterday. Joy and delight with Dennis prager. COVID positive. I that great odds karma hopey dies are that ha ha ha won't be I won't be sad if he died horrible stuff. Evil, that doesn't surprise you. I know. Here's the headline over at the blaze. Liberals pounce after Dennis prager says he's tested positive for the coronavirus. The 73 year old prager discussed the various medical treatments he'd been taking, including hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin. He also said, what made headlines was that he I think sort of playfully or maybe seriously, I don't know, said that it was he wants to get natural immunity, so he engaged with strangers constantly hugging them, taking photos with them knowing that I was making myself very susceptible to getting COVID, which is indeed as bizarre as it sounded. What I wanted in the hope that I would achieve natural immunity and be taken care of by Therapeutics that is exactly what
"73 year" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Alabama's morning news. I'm JT. We're talking about this case with the 73 year old man. Who the family is now saying was denied a bed because they were too full of covid patients. And, uh, the family members say in honor and in the obituary in honor of Ray, this man 73 died. In honor of Ray. Please get vaccinated if you have not in an effort to free up resources for non covid related emergencies, the question we're talking about this morning because it's come up. Should those that did not get vaccinated? Uh, you know, move aside for somebody who has a covid sit or heart related ICU problem. Uh, yeah, I don't You know, first, come first serve on beds or should there be priorities and making decisions? There has been before your thoughts at 889105105 lighting around. Let's go to Ashton here in Tuscaloosa. Ashton quickly trying to get to a bunch of calls your thoughts on this one. So hospitals aren't necessarily at capacity. They're firing healthcare workers because they don't want to get vaccinated. That should be a personal choice, and that's why there aren't enough beds. It's not because they're so full that they can't take on anybody else there full because they legitimately don't have enough people. To care for these, I got you not necessarily extra, but just people that would normally come in at an average time. So you're saying it's just like the restaurants. There's 100 tables here, but we can only see 50 of them because we don't have the staff even though there's empty places over there. Um, that's a decent point. Joe's got us on a Birmingham this morning, Joe. Good morning, Aaron. Alabama's morning news. Go ahead. Hey, JT. Good morning. How are you? Good. Go ahead. Hey, I'm I totally concur with Cindy and Bruce. So the first thing you said what? That I'm fat or that I'm a liberal. Well, kind of both have been listening to for a long time. And so you You think I'm a fact? Hey, Joe, Have you ever have you ever met me? Jody, do you do you know if I'm beige or not? But I've listened to you for a long time. And the first thing you said this morning was I C u beds are being filled up with people that don't have the vaccine. And you said That's just the fact and that's not a fact that is. What's your dad? Where's you? Where's your data? True, Joe, Where do you get your dad on that? How do you know it's not true? Joe. How do you know It's not true Callers calling up going, JT the fact that there aren't badges because of a staffing issues. That's well, you know, you know, the medical personnel I talked to Joe says there are is a problem because the beds are full. They're starting. It's starting to get better. As we just mentioned the news that you know the hospitalizations are starting to level off. But every medical professional I talked to the probably has more data on this than you do. Joe says The beds are full. But thanks for the call Billy quickly and Jasper go ahead. Good morning. Good morning. How are you doing? I'm good. How about you?.
"73 year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To revolutionize the banking industry, eliminating the need to visit a bank to conduct basic financial transactions this week in 1972, and what was billed as the match of this Century American chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer defeats Russian Bar Spassky during the World Chess championship in Reykjavik, Iceland, in the world's most publicized title match ever played. Fisher, a 29 year old Brooklynite became the first American to win the competition since its inception in 18 66. The victory also marked the first time a non Russian had won the event in 24 years. And this week in 1985 73 years after it sank to the North Atlantic Ocean floor, a joint US French expedition locates the wreck of the RMS Titanic. The sunken ship was about 400 miles east of Newfoundland, in the North Atlantic. Some 13,000 ft. Below the surface. The Titanic is now routinely explored in several 1000 artifacts have been recovered. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart Radio, Live local Am 6 40 I Heart radio station. You see, I'm burnt K f. I am 6 40. You have Dr Wendy Walsh with you. I love these three. Our show's producer, Kayla, we get to really get into it. All the information is given in these three hours have stuff for people in relationships. We have stuff for people in therapy. We get colors..
"73 year" Discussed on KTRH
"And this week in 1985 73 years after it sank to the North Atlantic Ocean floor, a joint US French expedition locates the wreck of the RMS Titanic. The sunken ship was about 400 miles east of Newfoundland. In the North Atlantic. Some 13,000 ft. Below the surface. Titanic is now routinely explored in several 1000 artifacts have been recovered. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart radio. Parts of Houston, New York. Go Houston. Smooth weather or traffic Plus breaking news. 24 7, This is used radio 7 40 ktrh drive everywhere with the I Heart from the gallery furniture made in America Studios. Houston area, Congressman stirring up a Hornets nest. I'm Sally Adams. 6 30 on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh with traffic and weather together. Here's Williams shot. Well, Good afternoon, everybody. We're still seeing some slowing traffic right now. On the northwest side of the Gulf Freeway. Approaching the south loop. Big accident there has two left lanes completely. Shut down. Stop. Traffic is easily back to airport Boulevard right around hobby. It looks like there could be again as I said, 8, 10 and 12 minutes to get through that mess. If you could be traveling on the northwest side of Southwest Freeway, it looks like that accident did clear out, but there is still some minor traffic problems. Williams shot Wolf in the ktrh Gulf coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic centre Harlan County 49. Now as we head through the overnight, there's a 3% chance for a few scattered showers and storms lows. Upper seventies Partly sunny for labor Day High, low nineties with a 40% chance for showers and storms, mainly for the afternoon were.
"73 year" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So a doctor, a lawyer and a preacher decided they were going to go out hunting deer hunting. As I made their way out to the forest, just as they were getting ready to separate and go to their own deer stands. A beautiful 14 point. Buck scampered across the path right in front of him. Quick as a flash. They all solder their weapon. And fired about the same time. Fuck fell over dead. Stunned silence. Wondered. Well, who shot actually killed the buck, who owns this? Responding for a minute lawyer runs over. Makes an inspection for about two seconds, comes running back, said. The preachers. Doctor looks at him. Incredible says How can you possibly know that you looked at it for two seconds? Yeah, Shot went in one ear and out the other. On no preacher, So we're going to see how today goes, but One thing I've been pondering is that each week we do a prayer of confession. Every week and we take time and we do as a congregation. Then we take your time to of silent prayer and meditation as we confess our own personal sense. I was wondering God's grace encompasses all. Why do we keep confessing? Over and over? Why is this such a important part? What is so important about confession? And interestingly Something from my work actually gave me insight into this question. And that is, I don't know if all of you know Amy and I are both psychologist by training. She works with Children and families on the North side. I work downtown at IU, mainly with adults and older adults, either with I assess people for dementia or traumatic brain injury and those types of things and I'll tell you it's fascinating when you can stop and really think about all that our brains do. It's been said that our brains are actually the most complex things in the universe. They're made up of hundreds of trillions of connection more complex really than just about anything else in the entire universe. It's amazing to see what they can do, but it's just is amazing. To see what happens when they start to go bad and as we start to lose some skills and the like and and to work with these people to talk to these people, and it's those commission very challenging talks, But there's another disorder that I run into a few times a year. It's also challenging. It's called conversion disorder. Conversion disorder is interesting because these are folks that begin to have problems with movement. Or some of their senses, So they have trouble taking us you know, in information in the world to their touch or their sight, or smell or taste or things, But they've seen several specialists and they really can't figure out why they can't find a medical for reason for why they're having these difficulties. And yet the difficulties are severe enough that it's beginning to affect them socially or they're unable to hold the job or it's help. It's hurting them functionally in some way. That's a fascinating disorder. So let me give you an example What this might look like. So I had a 73 year old woman who Came into my office and she was complaining of balance problems. And usually we see balance problems there. More of you know, people are starting to lean one way or the other, and they start walking a little bit like they're on ice, you know, etcetera. So we talked about her problem and and After we talked a little bit. We actually saw her later. Her point began late in the morning. So we took a lunch break and she and her husband were going out for lunch. I watch them walk out to the car looked at him through my window. It was the most fascinating balance problem I've ever seen. I'm actually going to lean over because I can't do what she did, but it looked like this, but she wasn't leaning on something. Good. She had these incredible moments that she said well balanced problems and what I wanted to say to her was you have the most amazing balance have ever seen for you to be able to move like that and not fall over and she never fell. Was incredible. Dr lunch. We were being to explore this further. And found out that she had a career that began in the armed services. During her time she actually served in several cents overseas. She's seen actions she's seen several friends killed right in front of her eyes. She saw all kinds of other horrific things. But being in the army or armed services she never discussed. These things just never felt like she could. She was, but she was a soldier in the US Army. They don't feel like you should talk about it, so she didn't after her service. She came home. Mary and she became a police officer. Very similar work. She saw all kinds of horrific things. She you know, was pulling people out of car accidents. Mangled bodies saw people that have been shot all different types of things that she had to deal with. Again. Never talked about any of it Always felt like you know what? My training. I'm strong enough. I really don't need to deal with us. Even when it got to the point where Later in her life, one of her college age Children Ended up committing suicide. With her service revolver. Devastating. And yet she still didn't feel the need to talk about it. She kept it all inside. After a bit. That's when she began, these balance problems began to develop. She felt like she had to keep all this inside and couldn't Let go of it. She handled it in the past..
"73 year" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Tomorrow Partly cloudy followed by scattered thunderstorms. High 91 87 at O'Hare 88 midway in 89 degrees at the lakefront for a permanently dry basement visit. Permits seal dot com. President Biden will adhere to the August 31st deadline to withdraw U. S troops from Afghanistan. He is expected to speak on the issue today is the Pentagon says more than 58,000. People have been evacuated and flights are leaving every 45 minutes. This is the Taliban says it does not want Afghan nationals leaving. Mayor Lightfoot says City employees will be mandated to get the covid vaccine after talks with Labour unions. Chicago Police have issued an alert after a 73 year old security guard was critically injured in one of several store robberies along the city's magnificent mile. On Monday, they are on the lookout for a team of thieves hitting high end retail shops. They targeted stores in the 900 block of Rush Street in the 601,000 block of North Michigan Avenue, along with East Huron Street, police say offenders got out of the car went into a high end store stole several purses. Totaling $43,000. They were wearing mass and hoodies and Used to get away car, which was reportedly stolen vehicle and there is camera on camera video of that, and police are warning residents of the string of recent Carjackings in north side neighborhoods each time someone is rear ended. Once they got to the vehicle to exchange info up to three males jump into their vehicle and speed away. WLS news time is 11 31. Alright, Traffic looking smooth out there. We got nothing going on which is some good news, and I spoke too soon. Now this just popped up. 80 94 East family got an accident. Three right lanes are blocked Kennedy Avenue. Solid traffic from Torrence Avenue will bring another update in 15 minutes Ticket for back to school, Illinois September 23rd Gala are on sale. Now at B two s i dot org. The evening's festivities included dinner buffet, silent auction, open bar, live.
"73 year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pressuring a key witness. When your particular white collar crime case you need insiders to go back to Enron. It took prosecutors while but they finally got handy fast. I'll the CFO once they had him, you know, they had a key to the safe to the vault, the black box and they were able to demonstrated that trial Alan Weisberg plays a similar role here. He knows everything about the finances. He knows where the money was paid. Why was paid and why wasn't paid etcetera, etcetera. And yes, there was a pressure campaign. It was clear that by calling certain witnesses in etcetera prosecutors were sending a signal that that Weissenberger should be wary. There were as far as we know, Never any discussions about cooperating, but this is how the dance works. And so they hit him with a series of charges and once again to go back to what I think the Trump organization's lawyers expected was something that was very much small ball just like, okay, so he got the use of a Mercedes. You know, year and year out his wife. They didn't report on taxes. Big deal. Um, but the indictment cast a much longer shadow than that. It was not just the Mercedes who was a bunch of these other things that were enumerated. And most I think damaging to Weisberg that was that one charge grand larceny in the second degree. Most of the other charges that he was hit with our 3 to 4 year, Max, and if you're convicted on all of them, it's not like you have to serve 3 to 4 years times. You know, six or however many charge that they are for a total of 20 years. No, they tend to all get to be served at the same time, and maybe The maximum actually serving jail would be two years. But the grand larceny charge is what exposes to maximum two of 15 years. So if he could get as many as you know, be convicted on that, and he gets a half of it eight or 10, and then some of these other charges. It's like for a 73 year old guy. That's real time. It is for anybody, but he's you know, he's a guy in his called in years. So the grand larceny charges key here and it's it's very interesting. It's in some ways the smallest amount of money involved because they enumerated total of $1.76 million in funds that Weisberg didn't pay taxes on but enjoyed the benefit of and got to start Akio Ira with etcetera, etcetera. But of that 1.76 million There is a sub set of $94,000 and change almost $95,000 in federal tax refunds that Weisberg God So in other words, Most of these other crimes are tax related. He failed to report income or, you know, didn't report it properly, etcetera, etcetera. That's the whole pattern. But in this 11 He submitted his tax statements to the federal government and because he under reported income, he got a refund, so he's not basically just hiding or You know, disguising money that he's you know, earned or received from the Trump organization and not paying a full taxes on it. He's actually going and sending a document to the federal government and getting.
"73 year" Discussed on WGN Radio
"South side. I'll tell you about their victory over the Twins in sports in business stocks start the new quarter with a bang as the S and P 500 notches its sixth straight record close WGN traffic. Here's Mary Vandeveld and Traffic is sponsored by the Illinois Department of Transportation. A lot of traffic on all the roads as people head out of town. The outbound Kennedy is an hour and a half now to the airport. Hour and 10 minutes in from O'Hare about 38 from the Edens and the Eaton's up on Peterson, two right lanes are blocked with an accident. Outbound Eisenhower to Mannheim is now an hour 45 coming in Stevenson about 55 out to the tri state. Half hour inbound accident reported on the outbound Ryan at Roosevelt Left Lane. It's about 30 minutes, setting outbound bishop forward still jammed up into about 115th. Make sure Dr delays run from Fullerton to Chicago north on 18th to Monroe. Slow on to 94 to 92 55 also westbound on 80 94 from I 65 to Indianapolis Boulevard in Downers Grove, an accident Ogden and main, also in Arlington Heights at Rand in Arlington Heights Road. Distracted Driving is one of the leading causes of crashes with 1000 Illinois crash fatalities annually. Responsible driving really is a matter of life or death. Learn more at life or death. Illinois dot com Never. Vandevelde, WGN Traffic Central Chicago Police are investigating a drive by shooting that claimed the life of a 25 year old this afternoon. Officers say it happened around 4 15 and the 40 100 block of West Van Buren. The man was standing on a porch when a vehicle drove by and someone inside fired shots at him. The victim was struck in the head and pronounced dead at the scene. No one is in custody. At least 12. Others have been shot in the city today. Three others have lost their lives. One of those victims is a young girl who is now in critical condition following a double shooting on the south side. WGN's Mike Lowe has more Chicago police say a nine year old girl was shot in the head while sitting in this car, the blown out rear window yet another in a long string of symbols of the South sides shattered sense of safety. It happened at about 2 45 this afternoon. In East Chatham, near the corner of East 79th Street in South Maryland Avenue. Police Superintendent David Brown says initial reports indicate the girl was caught in gang crossfire. The girl was transported to comer Children's Hospital. Investigators say a 61.
"73 year" Discussed on AP News
"Several Challenges from weather, sorrow, pain and I think that the president coming will bring some unity. Dozens of people remain unaccounted for, and now there are concerns bad weather could hinder the search. I'm Jackie Quinn. The Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Alan Weiss. Alberg surrendered to authorities this morning. He is expected to appear in court in the first criminal indictment in a two year investigation into business practices at Donald Trump's company. I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley. The Trump organization calls it a scorched earth attempt to harm the former president. It's talking about a two year investigation by New York prosecutors into business practices at Donald Trump's company. Early this morning, Chief Financial Officer Alan Weiss Alberg surrendered to authorities in Manhattan walking into the courthouse with his lawyer. Here's the a piece Jackie Quinn with what we know. Donald Trump's company in his longtime finance chief, have been indicted following a two year investigation by prosecutors in New York City. The indictments were expected. There was a meeting last week between prosecutors and Trump. Organization lawyers. But now, insiders say the company's chief financial officer, 73 year old Alan Weiss, Allsburg, will be presented in court. The charges are expected to alleged tax evasion, including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars, apartments and school tuition. President Biden's visiting Florida this morning where he will meet with first responders, search and rescue teams and families of the victims of the condo building collapse. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava told WPLG TV among the latest victims to be found two young Children any loss.
"73 year" Discussed on AP News
"Our nation. In the world were all morning with these families. Who have lost loved ones and we grieve with them, and we lift them up as a community, and we're so grateful for the support Bill Cosby tweets. He's always said he was innocent. His sex assault convictions been thrown out and he's back home from prison. Now, one victims rights advocate says Shame on the court. This is a P news. Israel is wrestling with new covid infections. Here's ours area. Shockley, Israel A world leader in coronavirus vaccinations reported its highest daily infection rate in three months as it scrambles to contain the spread of the new Delta variant. Authorities are racing to vaccinate Children and are considering tighter travel restrictions at the country's main airport. The Health Ministry reported 307 new cases on Wednesday, the highest in nearly three months, and the rise from 293 newly diagnosed cases a day earlier. The health minister reportedly expects those numbers to jump in coming days, raising concerns that Israel is plunging back towards a crisis. I'm serious shockingly here in the U. S. Jobless claims dropped to a new pandemic low as layoffs slow further with the economy, strengthening the latest on jobless claims this morning. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Israel A world leader in coronavirus vaccinations reported its highest daily infection rate in three months as it scrambles to contain the spread of the new delta variant. Authorities are racing to vaccinate Children and are considering tighter travel restrictions at the country's main airport. The Health Ministry reported 307 new cases on Wednesday the highest in nearly three months, and the rise from 293 newly diagnosed cases a day earlier. The health minister reportedly expects those numbers to jump in coming days, raising concerns that Israel is plunging back towards a crisis. I'm serious, shockingly, I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. Trump organization chief Financial officer Alan Weiss. Allsburg has reportedly surrendered to authorities ahead of expected charges against him and the company. List. Solberg was seen walking into the courthouse in lower Manhattan early this morning with his lawyer. Here's our Jackie Quinn with what we know there was a meeting last week between prosecutors and Trump Organization lawyers. But now, insiders say the company's chief financial officer, 73 year old Alan Weiss, Allsburg, will be presented in court. The charges are expected to alleged tax evasion, including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars, apartment and School tuition, Trump said this week. The company's actions are standard business practice. The Ape's Jackie Quinn reporting. There is no indication the former president Trump himself would be charged at this stage of the investigation. I'm Rita Foley. Geico presents motorcycle word of the day..
"73 year" Discussed on AP News
"Monette Trump Organization Chief Financial officer Alan Weiss Silberg has reportedly surrendered to authorities ahead of expected charges against him and the company list. Alberg was seen walking into the courthouse in lower Manhattan early this morning with his lawyer. Here's our Jackie Quinn with what we know there was a meeting last week between prosecutors and Trump Organization lawyers. But now, insiders say the company's chief financial officer, 73 year old Alan Weiss, Allsburg, will be Presented in court. The charges are expected to alleged tax evasion, including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars, apartments and school tuition, Trump said this week. The company's actions are standard business practice. The Ape's Jackie Quinn reporting. There is no indication the former president Trump himself would be charged at this stage of the investigation. I'm Rita Foley. The charges against the Trump Organization and the company's chief financial officer, Alan Weiss. Alberg are sealed, but insiders tell The Associated Press they're expected to involve alleged tax violations surrounding benefits given to top executives, including possibly the use of apartments, cars and school tuition. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr led a two year investigation. The former president blasted the investigation Monday, calling advances office rude, nasty and totally biased. Trump said the company's actions are standard practice throughout the U. S business community and in no way a crime. I'm Jackie Quinn, Donald Trump's longtime finance chief, is expected in court today after being indicted in connection with the Trump Organization's activities. The charges against the Trump Organization in the company's chief financial officer, Alan Weiss. Alberg are sealed, but insiders tell The Associated Press they're expected to involve alleged tax violations surrounding benefits given to top executives, including possibly the use of apartments, cars and school tuition. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr led a two year investigation. The former president blasted the investigation Monday, calling advances office rude, nasty. And totally biased. Trump said The company's actions are standard practice throughout the U. S business community and in no way a crime. I'm Jackie Quinn, President Biden and the first lady will be heading to Surfside, Florida later today, while a federal building standards agencies joining in the disaster investigation. The federal government's vowed to lend any resource needed to help with the deadly building collapse in Miami Dade County that will include a team of technical experts from the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Acting director Jim Althoff as heard on WPLG TV. This will be effect.
"73 year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rick Lewis and Kathie Lee on Ko a. NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. All right. Great song. Can't we're back here on Carraway? Rick Lewis here, Dave had to step out and I don't know where. Kathy Wet clean. Everybody know, by the way it is Ian Pace's birthday today. Happy Birthday in Pace 73 years old, the only remaining original member of Deep Purple Really interesting. Yeah, And he's been there since the beginning. I think. Yep. This one interesting little story about Ian Pace. I had Jason Bonham on My box Morning show a couple of months ago. Uh, Jason Bonham, the son of John Bonham, the great drummer for Led Zeppelin, and I asked him, Um I said your dad excluded. Who do you think is the greatest rock drummer of all time? He said. Ian Pace, Wow. Interesting. That's pretty high praise. I never saw that coming. I was shocked. He said that? Yeah, me too. But there's no doubt he's great and we were talking about Reggie Jackson and Dave fighting before the break. We'll see if we.
"73 year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Morning news to former level in police officers facing charges in the controversial arrest of a 73 year old woman with dementia this happened last summer body Cam footage shows the woman being forcibly arrested and taken to the ground after she left the walmart without paying for $13 worth of items. His family says her wrist was broken her shoulder dislocated. Loveland Mayor Jackie Marsh joins us Live to talk about what's next. Good morning. Thanks so much for coming on. Thank you for having me. Yes, we were also shocked and watching that body cam video that the officers were so rough with this woman who seemed to pose no threat to them. What was your initial reaction when you saw that? Um, I think initial reaction is you want to cry? I mean, you just want to cry for the obvious. Distress and pain and confusion. I don't I don't see how anybody watching that could not feel Outraged. Um, but it was a horrible thing to watch on video. I can't imagine what it was like for care. This event happened last summer, Mr Madam Mayor. So when did When did you find out that there was something going on in this event had happened. Well, I think we all found out April 14th. You know, watching, you know on Facebook, and then I think the second video. I don't remember the date that that came out. Of the scene inside the police stations. So I think there are a lot of remaining questions regarding, you know what was reported by the officers and the blue team report. Um, I have not had access to that. I believe the D A's office has the 700 plus page report that I would like to be able to read at some point. I'm not sure when I'll have access to that. I think the people in City Council, including myself, are learning it right along with the public. Yeah, that's that's shocking in itself. Have you talked to the police chief about why it took so long for this to come out? Um, So you're probably aware, you know, we have a city charter that dictates we do not interfere with our three direct reports reports so The council has three people that report to US city manager's city attorney and municipal judge. It is against our charter for us to intervene. So, um, you know, given these severity of this case, um you know, I think we need to do everything in public. The public needs to hear answers to these questions that we have. And I think that's you know the proper way to do it. There's a lot of questions that remain a lot of questions that remain in terms of you know, Walmart reports. Um, what was in that blue team report? Did it go up? The chain of command did it not who was notified? You know the treatment inside the police station, the transfer to the county jail. What happened? They're going to medical. You know, they put her hospital Um, well, there's a lot of remaining questions that we don't have answers for right now. Well, the question I have for you and I understand you want the process to play out to you in the City Council's You still have confidence in chief, Robert Spicer. Um I think that, um, confidence. I think all of our trust has been violated. Assumptions we made have come into question. I think we As a society need to look at the value we put on royalty. Over. Intervening, um over. You know whether your doctor with your a priest, whether your boy scout whether your police officer We need the value. You know, I would. I would want a police officer when they start their shift to say to their fellow police officer, I have your back. I will lay down my life if I need to defend your life. But if you cross the line if you violate our policy, if you violate the rights of a citizen, I will intervene and I will report you. I think that is what we need for trust. We need a full investigation. And in my opinion, we need an oversight committee with teeth that can subpoena documents. Demand witnesses to testify on and I think that's what's needed to restore trust to speak specifically of you know our chief. I don't know all the factions. There is a push that to create this Citizen Trust commission to look at ways to repair that relationship between the police and the community. How would you describe that relationship and what's your stance on on that kind of a commission? It sounds like you'd be in favor of that. Um, I don't think that they have the power that's native could say, um, could say Commission that will, you know, direct, maybe policy changes. What I think needs is more of an oversight commission again that can subpoena that can review complaints from citizens that can review internal investigations. That if they think that a knave Anu has not been explored, they have the power to subpoena. Um it, you know, I don't think the current, um Press Commission that's being proposed is an oversight commission on not to say that you know what? It's not a good commission, but I think we need additional above. Like that would be able to provide. That's my personal opinion. And I realize I'm probably in the minority Loveland Mayor Jackie Marsh. Thank you so much for confidence some time with us this morning. We appreciate it. Thank you. And thank you for keeping everyone informed. Appreciate what you do to thank you. Just about 7 30. We've got the news ahead as we check the drive again with John Morrison Look pretty.
"73 year" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"An urgent legal challenge. His political reporter Jane Norman, No. It was a get together like so many others conducted during covert, the immigration minister and about 20 Indian Australians Mitt for a virtual Q and A and after the hour long meeting this was the verdict from one of them. There is gonna be a backlash against the government, and that's only appropriate. I must sing founded this sick charity turbines for Australia. He says the meeting was ultimately fruitless. There's no justification he believes for the travel ban. In my opinion, it's a band without a plan because they were just on a knee jerk reaction to this situation. Do you know anybody who is stopping in your department who wants to come home? And can you kind of paint a picture of what it's like for them in the moment? She don't anyone that doesn't want to come back? People are saying even if we get jailed or you're fine, we're still at least we with our families. There's people that are stuck. They haven't seen their family members or kids for four months. The government's paws on flights from India has left 9000 Australian stranded in the past week. The number of those considered vulnerable went from 600 to 900. Look, We understand what people are feeling upset. The immigration minister is Alex Hawk. People have had some anger. They've moved to concern about people in India. I think people want to see those repatriations restarting the dance due to be lifted on May 15. But it's not clear how quickly how many or even how Australians will then be able to return in the late up to my 15 were making preparations We need to make And we're very confident we'll be able to be ready to start those repatriations as soon as possible. Before any of that happens, the federal court will hear an urgent legal challenge to the ban lodged by a 73 year olds. Milburn man stranded in India The band was invoked under the Bio Security Act, which gives the Commonwealth broad powers to do what's necessary to stop the spread of covert 19 constitutional law expert and to me says, Among other things, the lawyers will argue that a fundamental human right has been limited for the argument here is that it is a fundamental common, all right of citizenship, that you have a right to return to your country. And so if you're going to have a legal power that allows someone to restrict that right, it has to be very, very clear on the face of it, that it is a power to Mystic people's entry into the country. That's a good argument, according to professor to me. But she's reluctant to make a call because the last time the high court considered a challenge to a border closure brought by mining billionaire Clive Palmer against Western Australia. It started with the government. The court was very, very concerned about the spread of covered 19 the level of risk involved, and it said that it should take a precautionary approach. Have the court took the same approach in relation to this challenge. Then it would be likely that the talent would be lost. I'm are seeing is hoping the hearing won't be needed at all. And that by the end of next week, his friends and family will be free to come home. These people belong here. We're not bringing strangers in. We're bringing our mates back home. And that's Amos seeing the founder of the charity Turbines for Australia, Jane Norman reporting them. A short time ago, The Immigration minister Alex Hawk again confirmed that the government's considering reproach repatriation flights were stranded in the end Australians but it's still working out when and how to get it done safely in the minister's warning. It could take some time. Well, The mathematics is relentless, but my point is, you know, as fast as we've been able to move people in other countries, more people have come onto the list sometimes and given it to third wave. We don't know that yet about how many more will come onto that list in India, You know they did so well in the first wave, but the second wave is Is very bad. The logistics in India very difficult people convey in remote towns and villages, and to get them safely to an airport is a very difficult undertaking. And with a lot of people being infected in, they don't know what the evening transit if they stop, you know anywhere on the way we've got a considerable these matters to make sure people are safe on the planes being Petrie ated. And the safest possible going into those quarantines that immigration Minister Alex Hawk speaking there on our own breakfast. As India rials from this deadly covert surge of senior government official is warning of the third wave is inevitable as you just heard there. So, with that threat looming, some Indian Australians looking with him via the efforts being made to extract cricketers and stuff from the country. Cricket. Australia, says 38 Ozzy's will be removed in coming days and sent Why that the meld I'm so shrill anchor while they wait to be allowed to return home. Meanwhile, others dragons remind stranded getting little help and facing no way out, has serious, edgy reports. For more than a year. He's been woman, Meg Aurora and her adult daughter have been trying to get back home from the city of Amarista. In the northwestern state of Punjab. Flights are scarce and expensive, and every time a seat becomes available, it's Justus quickly snapped up. I have lived in this trailer for more than 25 years. I have worked all these 25 years. I have paid my taxes I have in a good citizen, and when it has bean time for the government to, you know, give something back to its citizens. I distrust. I feel so disheartened that they just left us here in a place that is infested with covered. So when she heard that Australian cricketers, coaches, commentators and other officials will soon be on their way home via the male dives for sure, Alenka She again felt let down. All they're going to do is they're going to go for like, you know, 15 20 Day holiday in the melody in store somewhere nice and then they're going to intend to Australia so Why is it so different? You know, I mean, everybody that has come from in there. We're going to get quarantined. Anyway. You know the rapid testing If anybody is blowing positive, you know, put them separately. You know that there are ways maybe create more quarantine facilities because there are so many people who have been away from home for so long in these cause of crisis is worrying cameramen Meena Singh Sidhu. He traveled to Punjab state in November to see his mother before she died. Now he just wants to get home. I'm really scared because I'm hearing years from all around me, like people are getting infected and they're dying. Just Within few days or few weeks, you know, and he's frustrated that not only is he getting no help, he'd face a possible fine or jail time for just trying to return to Australia. I think the government is ba Taj on that. I don't think this is right thing to say from the prime minister, you know, they should help us who are where we stuck here in India on on 30 basis, Because if we're staying here in case this coveting is spreading is no treatment available here. I think Prime minister should organize your flights directly from the cities where people are ASAP, I would say make, Aurora agrees. I just hope that the government realizes that There are people who have been good citizens who have paid their Texas who have been good to the country, and, you know now they need the country to just, you know, wake up and say Okay, you know, these are our people. We need to help them. It's Brisbane woman, Meg Aurora, currently unable to get out of India, and she was speaking, there is Sarah City. Meanwhile, Australian cricketer Turned commentator Michael Slater is taking another swipe at the prime minister over the travel ban His call for Scott Morrison to quote Take your private jet and come and witness dead bodies on the straight Springing to the PM's defense this morning, the Agriculture Minister David Little proud, he says, slider shouldn't be taken seriously. Michaels slider, Nadiya diver himself. He's acting like a spool Pratt No one's underestimating the harrowing it Impacts that having eye on the Indian people, either. They're all on the strains.
Colorado Officers Laugh While Watching Arrest of 73-Year-Old Woman
"New video from Colorado shows police officers laughing after allegedly breaking the arm of a woman who has dementia. Karen Gardner's attorney, shared the jailhouse video from her violent shoplifting arrest last year, and the officers are seen fist bumping while watching footage of the
Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Royal Funeral
"Funeral because of the pandemic. More details from CBS is Roxana Saberi owners left tributes outside Windsor Castle, despite requests not to gather This'll was a family funeral of national significance. Queen now enters her final chapter without her husband of 73 years, but we hear she's already back at work and our hands of a possible family reconciliation right After the funeral, Princes William and Harry were seen walking and talking together. Prince Philip was 99 years old. Candlelight vigil last night in
Prince Philip Laid to Rest
"Husband of 73 years was laid to rest in the royal tomb she will share with him someday. After the socially distance service, William and Harry walked out together, shared grief just may help heal a royal rift. Vicki Barker
Only Family Will Be Attending the Funeral of Prince Philip
"Prince Philip's funeral. So it's gonna be a big deal tomorrow in the U. K and a royal spokesman says. We're dealing with a family family funeral, and at its heart. It's still a family event. So Prince Philip will be surrounded by his wife of 73 years, four Children, eight grandchildren and other close family members and friends at his funeral, and then he'll be laid to rest. It's ST George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday, surrounded on Lee by close family members and friends. They're keeping with the 30 person limit because of covert guidelines. And so Queen Elizabeth had to make some difficult decisions about who could be there. Um, the spokesman didn't say if Prince Philip was involved in choosing who he wanted at his funeral before his death, But I did hear that he, um At his coffin will be carried in a land rover that he designed. Yeah, yeah, particularly like an electric one, too. I think so. The real fancy and don saying isn't gonna be in a wool coffin. Really? Yeah, It's like 100 and $65 wool coffin. Wow, and we were confused. I talked about this the other day, and somebody tweeted me What that looks like, and it's beautiful. It's just more Earth friendly then would Yes, exactly. It breaks
As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17
"Britain. Officials at Buckingham Palace say the funeral for Prince Philip will be held one week from today. Vicki Barker reports from London 41 Gun Death salute sounded out across the UK and at sea honoring the queen's husband of 73 years, hundreds of Mourners have continued to ignore please from the family to stay away, leaving flowers outside royal resin. Senses, including Windsor Castle, where Prince Phillip died. The palace has confirmed the funeral will take place at ST George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle. Next Saturday. It will be televised, but Covad restrictions mean there will be no public procession and attendance will be limited to 30, mostly close family grandson, Prince Harry among them
Chicago woman, 73, dead after Bronzeville fire
"Died in a second South side fire overnight, this one in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood, fire officials said. Officers responded to a call for a fire at 11:27 P.m. in a three story building in the 4900 block of South Incense Avenue. A 73 year old woman was pronounced dead at that scene.
Prince Philip's death marked with gun salutes across the U.K.
"Stream of Mourners is leaving flowers and British flags outside Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle following the death of Prince Philip. Also today 41 gun salute in the UK and beyond. In honor of the former naval officer. We've had the gun salutes from around the world. You had tributes from world leaders inherit Buckingham Palace as well as it Windsor Castle having a steady stream of Mourners, but of course, has been severely curtailed by covert. That being, said Princess. I've always said he didn't want a big state funeral. He wanted something smaller. He wanted no fuss, and that's what he's going to get. Instead, there's gonna be a small family service in Windsor next Saturday. Fox says Benjamin Hall, Queen Elizabeth will enter a period of mourning that could last several weeks. She was married to Prince Philip for 73 years.
Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, dies at 99
"Years old, and he was married to Queen Elizabeth for 73 years. Robert what's been the reaction in the UK? Well, it's fair to say that, you know, it's obviously huge news both in Britain on across the Commonwealth, not shocking because, of course, Prince Philip did. You could have been brothers 99, perhaps not even tragic, because he'd had such an active a life. But certainly this is in Britain today. A somber national occasion. He died at the age of 99 just a few months short of his 100th birthday at Windsor Castle. Come on. Now, there is this debate about the funeral, which will be problematic because of course, as we've just been discussing with covert restrictions, Crowds cannot gather on. According to the Duke's wishes. It won't be a state funeral, but it will be a funeral at Windsor Castle with it with a military procession. I think overwhelmingly the reaction in Britain as it plays out. Will be a deep empathy with the queen. Many people in Britain observing that she went out end her monarchy like Queen Victoria is that widowed queen on people very touched by how she paid that tribute to her husband to Prince Phillip, describing him as her strength and her stay. So I think overwhelming in Britain, it's a moment of reflection of remarkable marriage, a remarkable life. Other Duke but also deep empathy of for the Queen herself. She injures the difficult days ahead, and I think there's one other point I would make, which is people just fascinated with this extraordinary
Boris Johnson Reacts to Prince Philip's Death
"Of Britain's Prince Philip has passed away just a few weeks shy of his 1/100 birthday. He and Queen Elizabeth were married for 73 years. Philip had been hospitalized earlier this year, he'd undergone a heart procedure. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson remembered the prince today, condolences and words of tribute pouring in from around the world outside 10, Downing Street Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking to gathered reporters, he was the longest serving consort. In history. One of the last surviving people in this country to have served in the second World War. His navel years were arguably his most fulfilling a place where he would have happily developed a long career had he not met a certain young lady. Would later be
Happy birthday Steven Tyler, lead singer of Boston-based rock band Aerosmith
"Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler turned 73 years old today. Where does the time go? 50th anniversary tour scheduled for Aerosmith last year has now been moved up to this year. Hopefully there Back in the saddle soon. 7 21. We check the roads Next
73-year-old woman killed in apartment fire in Midtown East, New York City
"Say a woman died after a fire broke out in a midtown apartment building yesterday. Officials say the incident happened on the first floor of a building on East 54th Street near First Avenue. Firefighters pronounced the 73 year old victim dead at the scene. The fire department is still determining the cause.
Romney "doing better" after fall knocked him unconscious
"Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he injured himself over the weekend while visiting his son and grandchildren in Boston. I took a fall guys doing well, that's about as far as I need to go article fall back, be unconscious, but I'm doing better. Romney has stitches above one eye and his mouth. The Republican is 73 years old. He served as governor of Massachusetts from 2003 Tau seven.
Mario Draghi Named Italy's Prime Minister Amid Crises
"Government. Announcing a Cabinet of experts mixed with experienced political hands that once seeking to reassure financial markets and tame a potentially unruly coalition of former rivals. 73 year old druggie replaces Giuseppe Conti, who resigned after a small party yank support. Over the handling of the Corona virus pandemic. More news and more analysis at town hall dot com.
"73 year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"They sounded to me like the guy at the barbecue spray and the lighter fluid on the cold and can't get it started. And finally just which is made by the way, finally just emptied the whole can of lighter fluid on it to get their inflation And I think that you You have to structure somewhat of a portfolio with things with dollar hedges. I have platinum. I've gold of silver. I have this ST Joe's company That was Florida real estate. And yes, I have Bitcoin in all those things kind of fit in together if the dollar starts to decline precipitously, which I think it has already. So this is that yet the Dow's off 10% from the highs, but it's still In its long term trading range. But but but 10% against the euro and the yen, which is which is also currently you nose with huge debt loads, just like the dollar so measured by the dollar Insect index is one way but I think it's a lot But measured by the Bitcoin $2 crashed a man. All right, that measured by lumber the dollars Plus, I just thought of that right now. I don't know what that means. So I could take a break, but I want both of you. A little investment Vice Jimmy area. Would you advise people to buy Bitcoin? Yes, yes or no? Yes or no, I don't know what I do. I have Bitcoin and I keep it as a dollar hedge, And I think it's a good idea. I'm very comfortable with that. David's Bronson by it or not, yes or no up or down. No, no, no. I'm not worried about the voice of prudence. What you guys? No, No, It's so interesting. The voice you old unhip people. That's the young and you know that girl like me. Look, I'm very hip. I'm the hippest 73 year old Ryan, but I have I got to get my old power. Bi Cabe, Brian Kelly on here. He was an early early early. Oh, yeah, He's a man and he's terribly bright guy, but I'm just saying, See, David. Is a wealth manager David you're looking after people's long term financial interests right, which is a good thing, and that's for your expressing Strong degree of caution about this Bitcoin. Jimmy Aereo. You're more on your own. I mean, you have big client book. I'm not saying that. But you're more short term oriented and the Mo mentum is up up up in a way. Yes, But when I was speaking just then I was speaking more in terms of my longer term book. And I think that having some dollar hedges on is somewhat cautious. And I'm not talking about putting half your money in the Bitcoin at all. I'm talking about having small amounts of things that might rally if Cavalier currency policies persist. Cavalier currency That sounded good to me. That was. I don't know what that means. But that was a great line. Thank you so much David Box and take us out of this segment. We're coming right back. My Jim's point, having dollar hedges, but to make the point of how incredibly un cool this 47 year old wealth manager I like I like Procter and Gamble as the dollar head like that. You win this round. I'm worse. I'm worse. I would be buying index funds Exchange traded funds and never look at them until I retire. But then again, I'm never gonna retire. All right. You got the best of the best. David Bronson and Jim Yury. Oh, we're talking. I guess we'll get back to stocks for most. Talking about Bitcoin and the Biden rally in the stock market on my Lord, I'm kinda love we'll be right back, folks. Please stay. Numbers mean much to me because of prostate cancer. I'm Johnny brags the number two from my stepfather who died of prostate cancer..
Billy Conigliaro, First Player Drafted By Boston Red Sox, Dies At 73
"This just in to the WBC news room. Billy Comically Arrow, the first ever drafted by the Boston Red Sox and brother of Tony Connick Lee Arrow has died. Ah, Hometown native Billy was born in Revere and graduated from Swampscott High School. It was the Red Sox fifth overall pick and Major League baseball's inaugural first player draft. In his big league debut. He had two home runs against the Baltimore Orioles in 1969 in 1970, he shared the Fenway Park outfield with his brother, Tony. When Tony suffered a heart attack in 1982 Billy devoted his life to caring for his brother until he died in 1990 Billy comically era survived by his wife, Qi Sha. He was 73 years old.
Hong Kong jails pro-democracy activists
"Court in Hong Kong has denied bail to media mogul and democracy campaigner Jimmy Lai. He's been charged with fraud. NPR's John Rule, which reports that means the 73 year old publisher may spend the next four months in detention. The court decision to deny lie bail comes a day after three other prominent Hong Kong democracy activists were sentenced to prison for their roles in a protest last year. Local media and the Associated Press report that his case is adjourned until April 16th Lies. One of the highest profile figures in Hong Kong is democracy movement. He was arrested in August, and police raided the offices of his newspaper Apple Daily. At the time, police said he was suspected of violating a controversial new national security law. So far, though no charges have been made. The Chinese leadership imposed the national security law in Hong Kong this summer. Officials say it was necessary after sometimes violent protests shook the territory. Critics say it's designed to silence
Mike Tomlin fined $100,000 for sideline incident with Jacoby Jones
"$100,000 for interfering with a play against the Baltimore Ravens on Thanksgiving. In the third quarter of the Ravens. 22 20 victory to Cobi Jones swerves to avoid colliding with Tomlin and his tackled after a 73 year old returned that might have gone for a touchdown. If not for the obstruction on. That's just some of what happened this