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Alan Dershowitz on Modern-Day McCarthyism
"The privilege of speaking with the great Allen Dershowitz, his book is guilt by accusation, the challenge of proving innocence in the age of me too. You were saying Alan and thank you for letting me call you Alan. That people have publicly excoriated you, you mentioned Caroline Kennedy, whom I've also interviewed strangely. And I find it telling that those on the left in America today seem to be doing precisely what you referred to in the McCarthy era. It's never been so dramatic that people get emotional. They cease to think clearly, and then they feel that we must do anything we can do. Whatever we can do. And that's effectively how they're acting. In other words, they really check their brains at the door. They don't want to be thoughtful or measured. They think now is a time for scorched earth, and it's happening among your tribe and I don't mean the Hebrew tribe. I mean the left. They have been doing this for some time. Well, it's also happening among the Hebrew tribe. I was canceled by temple Emanuel. After the rabbi told me, I had spoken there every year for years and years filled the place up. He said, I absolutely believe you did nothing wrong, but I don't want trouble. I was canceled by the 92nd street. Why? I was canceled by the Romans high school. All saying, we don't believe a word of any of us. Wait a minute. What you just said? No, no, no. What you just said, we don't want trouble. You know and I know. That is how Hitler rose to power. Because Germans, just like the folks to whom you've referred, simply said, we don't want trouble, maybe we even know you're not guilty, but we don't want trouble. That to me is even more despicable than being in an unhinged lunatic like our former friend Larry David, because they know what's right and nonetheless are choosing not to stand up for principle or for someone they know innocent. That is to me the horror and at the center of what we're talking about. And that's why some of the leaders of the Jewish community have been among the worst villains of this modern mccarthyism. By the way, as they were during real McCartney.
"92nd street" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To come in. It looks like Democrats will hold on to control of the Senate following a victory in Nevada for senator Catherine Cortez masto. Democrats will have a chance to expand their majority by another seat following a runoff in Georgia set for December 6th. The battle for the house is still too close to call. More votes are being released in Arizona as the race for governor continues, roughly 85,000 votes were released Saturday night from Maricopa County, with Republican Kerry Lake, picking up around 52% of them, Lake still trails Democrat Katie Hobbs by around 37,000 votes, officials say the hold up is partly due to the increase in mail in voting and a record turnout at the ballot box on election day. Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving suspension is being extended. He was hit with a 5 game suspension earlier this month when he failed to disavow anti semitism after sharing a documentary on his Twitter account that featured anti semitic material. That means he won't be a part of the lineup when Brooklyn takes on the Lake or Sunday in LA. Cops are hunting for three suspects in connection to a reckless endangerment incident in Brooklyn last week. Paul de Castro has more. Police a three individuals were walking down the street and pulled out guns and fired them multiple times at an unknown target near avenue L and east 92nd street in canarsie. This happened on November 5th, a house nearby was struck by bullets, but no injuries were reported, the trio fled the scene in the investigation is ongoing. And a highly secretive Space Force plane is back on the ground after completing its longest mission yet, the Boeing X 37 B touched down at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, early Saturday morning, after 908 days in orbit, not a lot is known about the space planes 6 mission. I'm Jim Forbes. The commissioner of U.S. customs and border protection is finally agreeing to resign after his initial refusal, Chris Magnus oversaw roughly 60,000 employees, who focus on issues such as border security and counter terrorism. In October it was reported that Magnus wouldn't attend meetings or build relationships with other agencies and officials described him as an engaged in the job. The Biden administration officially requested his resignation and although he initially refused, Magnus has now agreed to leave the position, he served in the role for just under a year. A disturbed
"92nd street" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Service says heat index numbers are expected to feel like more than a 110° in areas where such conditions are rare at best, the forecast calls for dangerous conditions affecting millions of people from east Texas all the way into northeastern areas, including the nation's capital, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston. SpaceX is marking today's successful launch of broadband satellites into orbit. A two stage falcon 9 rocket lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 9 38 this morning Eastern Time carrying 53 Starlink satellites. The satellites deployed from the rocket's upper stage a few minutes later. Today's flight was the 33rd falcon 9 mission this year. I'm Dina kodiak. Former president Donald Trump is leading against two democratic rivals in hypothetical 2024 matchups, according to a new poll Brad Siegel, has more. The Emerson college poll plays Trump three percentage points ahead of President Biden and 5 ahead of potential candidate Bernie Sanders. Now, Trump has yet to say if he'll run again in 2024, but he has teased the possibility in recent weeks. The polls surveyed roughly 1100 registered voters. I'm Brad Siegel. Americans are paying near record prices for used cars. Julie Ryan reports. A report from car shopping app co-pilot reveals the going rate is about $10,000 above pre-pandemic levels. It puts the average price for a used vehicle at over $33,000 in June. That's a half percent increase from May and just below the survey's peak in March. Co-pilot CEO pat Ryan noted the demand for used cars remained strong, despite rising interest rates and high fuel prices. I'm Julie Ryan. For the second time this week, swimmers are forced out of the water at rockaway beach in Queens due to shark sightings, David folk Thomas reports. The city's parks department putting out a tweet Saturday around two 15 p.m., warning the queen's beach goers that they were not allowed in the water. The New York Post reports one lifeguard said there had been multiple shark sightings, including one around 11 a.m., near the rocks at beach 92nd street. There have been at least 5 people bitten by sharks along area beaches so far this summer. And on Wednesday, a dead 7 to 8 foot great white shark, washing up on a quad beach. David folk Thomas in New York. Martha Stewart says several of her pet peacocks have been eaten by coyotes. The TV star shared on social media Saturday that coyotes attacked and ate 6 of her 20 peacocks in broad daylight at her Connecticut home. Her followers, however, were confused by her Instagram video of her beloved peacocks, which had Marvin Gaye's let's get it on, playing in the background. I'm Dina kodiak. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The man accused of attacking New York GOP gubernatorial candidate Lee zeldin during a recent campaign rally told investigators he'd been drinking that day and didn't know who the congressman was, David Jacobo faces a federal assault charge. He made an initial court appearance yesterday before a federal magistrate judge on a single count of assaulting a member of Congress with a dangerous weapon which turned out to be a keychain with two sharp points on it. The charge carries a potential maximum penalty of ten years in prison. Jack a bonus was arraigned Friday on a separate state charge of attempted assault in the second degree and was released by a local judge. That prompted criticism from zeldin and other Republicans who held it up as an example of the need to reform New York's bail laws. The New York triathlon is on, but it has been shortened because of the heat. The biking part has been cut in half from 24.8 miles down to 12.4 miles and the running portion has been cut from 6.2 miles to two and a half. The course will take racers into the Hudson River on bikes along a traffic free west side highway and through Central Park. Investors will be watching for a rate decision from the Federal Reserve and the week ahead, Bloomberg's Karen Moscow has more. The Federal Reserve is expected to raise rates on Wednesday with officials having signaled support for a 75 basis point move on Thursday we're watching for the initial rating on second quarter gross domestic product which could eke out a small advance first quarter GDP fell for the first time since 2020. On Friday we get personal income and spending and consumer confidence and it's a busy week ahead for corporate earnings with Apple, alphabet, Amazon, and Microsoft among those reporting. Bloomberg's Karen Moscow, global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is balance and power with David Weston. Iraq is no longer a front for an issue in the United States foreign policy. And by the way
"92nd street" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We will continue on so help me God, we will continue on and we will continue this fight. 6 34 Al is in the studio. He's got the headline news on Am 9 70 the answer. News opinion. PASSION This is am 97. The answer. 66 degrees at 6 35 AM alga Tula with local news First. Here's what's going on. Small businesses across New York City are having a hard time enough recovering from the Covid 19 pandemic. But some now have to pick up the pieces from it has several groups, including the city. Small business services are extending help in any way they can. The SPS. His business owners can call the department to get in contact with an emergency response agent who will assess their space and specific needs. Meantime, New York City hospitality Alliance president Andrew Rigi Says businesses and their workers just need relief. In a break with Governor Murphy meeting with President Biden today to survey the damage left behind by either the pair will meet at Central Jersey Airport in Hillsborough before making their way to Manville, which has been devastated by floods and fires. Other local, state and federal officials will also be on hand to assess the destruction. President Biden has already approved a major disaster declaration for at least six counties in New Jersey, including Bergen, Gloucester, 100, Middlesex, Passaic. And Somerset. In sports. The Yankees lost their third straight getting blown out by the Blue Jays eight to nothing. That's closer, Edwin Diaz, He blew the same opportunity in the ninth, is six this year and giving up the winning hit. Mason's lost in the Nationals by the final of 4 to 3. This sports report is brought to you by source brewing. Get your beer directly from the source located off of route 34 in Colts Neck, New Jersey and opening soon In Fish Town, Pennsylvania Stuck in traffic. Debbie New Homes got the answer. Good morning out. Let's see what's happening right now. With New Jersey Transit. The Morrison Essex line is suspended between Dover and East Orange. The Gladstone branches completely suspended a person struck by a train east of the Milburn station. We're still seeing this issue with the Raritan Valley line, bypassing Bridgewater because of storm damage. Metro North, still running on a reduced schedule. Expect delays this morning. As you take a ride over to that eastbound side of the BQE getting up to Atlantic average through the construction zone. It looks like the westbound BQE moving solely into Meeker Morgan with an accident in the right lane over on the dig in north at Willis Avenue accident on the rap King's Highway in East Flatbush, Up at 92nd Street, all lanes closed. That's an accident investigation,.
"92nd street" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It's about time for you to call. Fax. World travel at 866 Gold, Fox Gold History. 40. Debbie Lozada. How's that ride Rolling? Well, moving along. Okay. Right now we do have still those accidents. Actually, one of the accident still there. The one north of the airports for Just be prepared for just a quick tap the brakes as you're heading past that scene, Otherwise we do have on 8 94 north, and I found a relatively clear ride. Disabled vehicles. It's a semi truck off on the right shoulder on 8 94. He's found at 92nd Street, so heads up with that. Also, an accident reported just reported actually is fresh off the ticker here. It's on the exit to highway 1 45 from north on 41. So that's right up in your good hope Bradley Road areas just be prepared to perhaps Other than that, we've got westbound 94 downtown to the zoo interchange is going to take you about nine minutes or two minute Delay. 41 south on highway Q to the zoo interchange going to take you about 28 13 minute backup from the zoo to highway Q Watch for about a 19 minute ride there and up on 43 still kind of happy 22 minutes between round your road and the Marquette Traffic and weather together on the tens of hours ago. Wtmj paella wi dot com Principal traffic WTMJ five day forecast tonight. Slight chance for showers alot 65 degrees tomorrow. Slight chance for showers. A high of 76 on Saturday mostly sunny, a high of 80 Sunday sunny high of 83.
"92nd street" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Noon until 4 30 Russian tea room at 1 50 West 57th Street. Very safe area there. Lydia Surana every day at four. Lock on 77 w ABC better than the competition here. Is that Don lemon clip. Take a listen. Studies show that lack of a male role model is an express train right to prison, and the cycle continues. So please black folks, As I said, if this doesn't apply to you, I'm not talking to you Pay attention. Two and think about what has been presented in recent history as acceptable behavior, pay close attention to the hip hop and rap culture that many of you embraced a culture that glorifies everything. I just mentioned thug and reprehensible behavior culture that is making a lot of people rich. Just not you, And it's not going. Don Lemon. Ladies and gentlemen, much more forceful and Chris Wallace on the burning city show traffic in sports now coming up next, But right now, it is time for the 77 W ABC Clip of the day. Listen to Katz's Roundtable every Sunday morning. Starting at 8 30. John here talks with Larry Kudlow about Joe Biden's deception We have Larry Kudlow tell us what's going on. The big event this week was Joe Biden bait and switch double cross on the bipartisan infrastructure again, especially the five Republicans who were negotiating and good faith. And they reached the deal at the White House, and they met with Biden Thursday afternoon to design the deal. They went out and now sit in front of everybody. I mean, he said. One thing, John And then an hour later, says another. That's not going to help Biden in the next few months. It's going to create a lot of bad feelings are divisions. You cannot trust him. All the heavy hitters with John Catsimatidis catches round table every Sunday morning at 8 30 on 77. W. ABC. Right now it's time for our heavy hitter Joe Noah would traffic so take it away. All right. Thank you. Birdie on the Brechner south down right around the area, The Bronx River Parkway. There's an accident. One lane out. Also inbound on the guana Speak. You were bumper to bumper from a 92nd street all the way to the Brooklyn Bridge That earlier outbound problem has been taking care of Staten Island Expressway and Highland Boulevard. There was a crash. Looks like that's pretty much out of the way. We got a new problem. No. On the drive North and 61st Street, another authorized box truck. We're gonna have to back him off. Still Blazy spent on the cross Bronx getting over to Castle Hill Avenue. Delays on the Uptown One trains and alternate side of the street parking rules again today are going to be in effect from the Ramsey Mazda Weather Center today. Mostly sunny, isolated thunderstorms around particularly in the afternoon. High around.
"92nd street" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"25 was not that long ago. And yet there are still people who are not aware of what happened in those killing Fields 8000 people killed and this wasn't an accident. It wasn't by chance. It was part of a systematic campaign engineered by the politicians designed to ethnically cleanse the territory to create this Racer, Serbian Republic. So the survivors the victim's families who are here today, they hope that we all pay attention to this judgments. World news from the BBC. The Red Cross has said it will This is W N. Y. C in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has clarified changes in mask policy for New York schools after the State Education Department contradicted guidance from his health commissioner, Dr Howard Zucker on Friday. The governor now says Children must wear masks in school buildings, but not outside Karen DeWitt reports. Individual school districts will still have the final say on whether or not to continue to require masks outdoors. Cuomo denies that there was ever any uncertainty over the initial order, He says he never said the policy was changing on Monday, but suckers Friday letter clearly states that the no mask policy was to begin Monday. Senate Republican Minority Leader Robert Ord says his colleagues in the Senate, along with Republicans in the Assembly will push in the remaining days of the session for a measure to remove the governor's emergency powers to impose pandemic related restrictions. Some of the mayoral candidates met for an in person form last night at the 92nd Street Y on the Upper East Side, and there was an actual live audience, albeit a small one. Candidates were asked how they'd integrate New York City's public schools, Katherine Garcia offered some specific specifics. We need to make it so that we are eliminating the screens at middle school like District 15 did. Very successfully. We need to expand the number of high schools that we have and take the top 10% from every middle school. Diane Morales said she would would want to redraw school district lines of mind widely says she'd end all discriminatory admissions methods, but did not specify what those were. The New York Islanders Notch 254 victory against the Boston Bruins last night, taking a 32 lead in their second round series. They close out this series in Game six. Tomorrow night at Nassau Coliseum at 7 30. 87 today with afternoon showers and thunderstorms and potential for some heavy rain. It's 81 now and partly sunny Manhattan. This is W NY set Hello. I'm Razia Iqbal. Welcome to news from the BBC World Service. It comes to live from our studios in central London. We begin today with.
"92nd street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Zap, You're breaking news and traffic Now it's 12 30. I'm Jeff money. Here's Our top story. A young Phoenix police officer was killed in the violent late night crash but also left a suspected speeding red light runner, Daddy Greenway Park. Ray and Cape Creek Road in North Phoenix officer general knew had been with the department since July. 2019 police chief Jerry Williams was at the scene early this morning. Keep the new family his wife, Kristen. His mother, Misty, his brother Marcus and grandmother, Susan and your thoughts and prayers but also please keep the Finnish police Department as well as black Mountain Precinct in your prayers. Police have not released the name of the red light runner yet. Coronavirus in Arizona the holiday weekend, causing a delay in Corona virus Lab reporting, making for a much lower daily case count just for new coronavirus cases reported today and no new deaths, either. But again the Arizona Department of Health Services, saying this is because of the Holiday yesterday, and not all cases were added to the States Data dashboard today. This means we may see a higher than normal case report tomorrow. This comes this 46.5% of Arizonans have received at least one dose of the covert 19 vaccine. Taylor Kepner up key to our news. The election audit is picking up speed ordered officials confirming that about half of the 2.1 million ballots have now been counted. Both Ken Bennett and Randy Pullen with the audit, confirming that despite the holiday, they counted the most number of ballots in a single day on Monday. Check the traffic from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center now with Larry Lewis. Well, Jeff, we still have the crash. I 10 eastbound on the 75th Avenue on ramp lock in the left lane. DPS is there with them. Stay right to get by. And you've got the traffic lights now working in Scottsdale Shea Boulevard in 90th Street. I understand Scottsdale PD. Is there directing traffic so avoided you with cactus or 92nd street instead. Report sponsored by Summit. Male Medical Traffic's not getting any better. Neither were your a rectal dysfunction or low testosterone symptoms without the help of Summit. Male medical go to summit. Male medical dot com Larry Lewis Key to our news, mostly sunny today with a high of 104 Tonight Clear the low 76 tomorrow mostly sunny with a.
"92nd street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"CNN started broadcasting This'll is CNN. Most trusted name in years. Cable news Network owned by Warner Media was the 1st 24 hour cable news channel. It was also the first all news channel in general in the United States. CNN International airs in 212 Different Countries and territories. The domestic channel that you and I watch was launched with a message from Ted Turner at Felt You could do so much more. 24 hours then you can in 24 minutes. The first newscast was hosted by the husband and wife, anchor team of David Walker and Lowest Heart. Good evening. I'm David Walker, and I'm Lois Hart. Now here's the News. Now. The network mainly operates out of New York and Washington, D. C. But they have studios in Los Angeles, Chicago and at their headquarters in Atlanta when it comes to viewership. CNN is among the top three main news networks alongside Fox News and MSNBC. But CNN was the first to hit the airwaves on this day in 1980. Update on traffic from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Here's Larry Lewis. Well, Jeff, I 10. He's found 75th Avenue. That on ramp partially blocked up to do a collision. Stay right. If you're trying to access the freeway. They're also dealing with the traffic lights not working and Scottsdale Shea Boulevard at 90th Street. Maybe try Cactus or 92nd Street to avoid that mess and 67th avenue at Deer Valley Road, You're gonna find a collision there as well. I'm Larry Lewis. Key to our news. Mostly sunny today with a high of 104 Tonight. Clear the low 76 right now. In Glendale. Sunny skies 96 degrees weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Again. Our top story the Valley grieving over the loss of a Phoenix police officer killed last night in the late night crash and what police believe was a speeding red light runner at Greenway Parkway in Cave Creek Road in North North Phoenix. Phoenix Law Enforcement Association says it's going to hold a fundraiser Thursday for the officer's family. The officer just 29 years old and had been in the department only two years. You can get more information on that fund raiser. At Katie Jr dot com. Every day you get three K t a R news expansions.
"92nd street" Discussed on KOMO
"Land in the ocean when it returns to Earth. It's expected to arrive between 7:30 P.m. and 1:30 A.m. Eastern time. Brian Clark ABC News Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon, It is 1 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the coma 24 7 news center and arrest following a shooting and then a standoff in Seattle's Yes Lower Terrace neighborhood Last night, police were called to the scene near 10th in Washington after a 58 year old man was shot. Police said the shooter went to a vacant building at Broadway and, yes, Lor where he stayed inside for two hours before a SWAT team was able to peacefully talk him out and put him under arrest Co most call Miller was there. They had a pretty large swaths of city streets and the radius around that apartment building blocked off for the shooting itself. We do know that that 58 year old man Sounds like he was shot in the hand on there was some sort of altercation that was taking place there. 1/10 in Washington Just prior to that shooting. The man also shot at another person in the car, but that person was not injured. The investigation. What sparked the confrontation continues. Marysville Police are investigating a fatal pedestrian train accident. At this hour. They warn drivers traffic on ST Avenue will be closed between 28 the 92nd Street for several hours while they investigate. They asked people to avoid the area. Ah, 31 year old Mount Vernon Man is in custody for allegedly breaking into the police station and setting it on fire. Last night, officers got reports of a man acting erratically about a block from the precinct. And then they found him with blood on his hands. They then discovered there was a small fire inside their station. Detectives believe the suspect had consumed illegal drugs and was suffering from delusions. He went to the police station for protection. He broke a window to get inside and set the fire to rid himself of these perceived Attackers. He was taken to schedule Valley Hospital for treatment and was then booked into the local jail. One woman is in jail after Seattle police say she helped damage a garage door these precinct just a day after concrete barriers were removed and replaced with a fence. Officers say the woman was part of a crowd of protesters who pushed a dumpster into the garage door last night. Detectives say the impact did enough damage that it disabled the door, which police used to respond to 911 calls. Police say there are no plans to add other security measures and eventually hope to take the fencing down. Detective Valerie Carson says they support free speech, including outside the precinct but won't tolerate criminal activity. But when it comes to Putting people in danger. If the demonstrators themselves become endangered, or if they start doing significant levels of property damage, then that's where the that's where we really start to draw the line. Officers are figuring out the cost and timeline for repairing the damage. Commoners. Time is 1 34. Let's get another check of our traffic. Evan Smith joins us from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. CNN New issue North bound four or five just in north of state route 5 28 disabled vehicle is blocking the right to tolling over the hesitation back to 5 20 forming from there. After that, North bound four or five just south of Highway 5 to 7 stalled vehicles still blocking that told Lane a little bit hesitation. Still right behind that as well. That Canal Bridge currently closed Fuori Boat Crossing slow in north and five in Seattle. Between the West L. A bridge in Northgate. Our next report is the 1 44. I'm Evan Smith comma traffic. There, and John tells us what to expect with our weather this afternoon. We're seeing some sun breaks out there. Slight chance of a shower Temperatures mid fifty's better chance for sunshine. If you don't have it today, tomorrow, a lot more.
"92nd street" Discussed on KOMO
"Traffic on ST Avenue will be closed between 88 the 92nd Street for several hours while they investigate. You are asked to avoid the area. 29 year old is in custody after a shooting in the Yes Lor terrorist neighborhood of Seattle yesterday. Ah, 58 year old man was wounded. And after that the man suspected of pulling the trigger, ran and help police in a stand off for a couple of hours in an empty building. Almost call. Miller was at the same. That man has been taken into custody for a shooting that happened. It sounds like near 10th in Washington. The Yes Sir Terrace Park, not far at all from where he ended up inside that building, which was near Broadway, and yes, they're multiple SWAT teams descending on that scene. Dozens of officers with both SPD as well as County Transit police responding guardian. One had eyes in the sky. They even use their long range acute acoustic device. That's the L rad to try to get this man to come out peacefully. Thankfully, that eventually did happen by all accounts. The man also shot at a person in a car. That person was not injured. The man who was shot suffered injuries to his hand, said a police say they may have trouble responding to 911 calls because of the damage caused by a group of protesters. Officers say a group of people pushed the Dumpster into the garage door of the East Police precinct Thursday night. Detectives say the impact did enough damage that it disabled the door, which police used to drive. 911 calls. Officers arrested One woman who allegedly was part of the group behind the damage. Reports of a mail theft in Bellevue Lands a reading man in jail. The 25 year old man was arrested after someone reported someone in a white muscle car with a loud muffler attempting to steal her mail it for I am Friday morning in the car. They found 368 pieces of mail with addresses from Bellevue, Renton, Seattle and federal Way along with other things, and then they found four different credit cards belonging to four different people. US and a stolen driver's license and a stolen package. Bellevue Police Captain Joe Note says the man will be returned to the Postal Service into the rightful owners common whose time is one of four we check your traffic every 10 minutes on the force. Evan Smith joins us from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Just cleared a few minutes ago, the grass fire on some found 167 into Valley Avenue. Still seeing a bit of a slow down in that area, north of bound of 405, just south of 5 to 7. There's collision there still blocking the Tollan. Excuse me, a disabled vehicle blocking the toll lane. Still seeing as state evidence he mentioned close between 88 the 92nd due to that train, first pedestrian collision. Next report is a 1 14 11 Smith coma traffic there, and John has our coma forecast this afternoon. We're seeing some sun breaks out there. Slight chance of a shower temperatures mid fifty's better chance for sunshine. If you don't have it today, tomorrow, a lot more western Washington.
"92nd street" Discussed on WGN Radio
"By per Maciel basements. New guidance on wearing masks is coming today from the CDC. In business after the first hour of trading on Wall Street stocks are mainly lower the Dow NASDAQ and S NPR off about a quarter percent each now with WGN traffic. Here's Vicky. Ca Cruzi in Good morning. This traffic report is brought to you by Amita Health at Amita Health Orthopedic Institute. You will find treatment for all bone and joint conditions tailored to you. That's whole care. Learn more at Amita health dot org's slash or throw amino health and in sickness and in health. We do have a crash on the up on side of the Kennedy at Armitage. That's backing things up, but things loosening up on the inbound side, about a half an hour in from O'Hare. The Stevenson still had about 35 minutes from 3 55 to lakeshore drive tight getting onto that inbound. Dan Ryan ramp Evergreen Park a police investigation due to a crash. That is still closing Western in both directions between 95th and 92nd Street. I'm picking Jacuzzi and W G and traffic central CDC is making changes to the mask policy. Today, the agency expected the loose and guidelines for people fully vaccinated against coronavirus. But experts say that some of the new guidance will also apply to those who are not protected yet President Biden said to reveal the recommendations later today, seven people were shot last night in Chicago in just 45 minutes one of the latest shootings. Involved. Two teenagers who were critically hurt in a drive by shooting in South Chicago. 13 year old was walking home with his 14 year old friend when they were both shot. No arrests have been made. You are going superintendent of the Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic schools has landed a similar.
Off-Duty Officer Shot in Chicago's Calumet Heights
"Reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of suspects who shot an off duty Chicago police officer Monday and kill you Met Heights Legion, Steve Roxton with that story, Investigators say the officer was stopped at a traffic light just after noon at 89th Street and Stoney Island Avenue when two gunmen fired into his vehicle striking him in the abdomen. The officer was rushed to the hospital, where he underwent surgery and was in fair condition. A two state police say they The Black Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross wanted in connection with the shooting abandoned near 92nd Street and Williams Avenue in Kalyan, Man Heights shortly after the car was found. Police also released surveillance video of two people in connection with the incident. They allegedly drove off in the car after shooting the officer Steve
"92nd street" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Expected to vote tonight on whether to center Senator Richard Burr. This is NPR news. And this is W one my see in New York four minutes after eight o'clock Good morning. I'm David. First cloudy today a steady temperature around 32 degrees. New York residents with underlying health conditions are now eligible for a covert vaccine, but gotta mists Sydney Pereira reports The flood of vaccine seekers has overwhelmed the state website. Within five hours of expanded eligibility in New York on Sunday, 876,000 people had used the state's screening tool around 350 appointments per minute. We're booked at state run sites. But the system left many waiting for hours looking for a vaccine time slot. Residents with underlying conditions like asthma and rheumatoid arthritis. Face messages about volume overload and zero appointments were available for first doses that city Health department cites as of Sunday, making the squeeze for a vaccine even worse. State Health Department spokesperson said the websites were functioning extremely well and urged people to keep trying. As more appointments are added. Former Citigroup executive Ray Maguire is sharing his vision for how best to help the arts recover after the pandemic. He says. If he is elected mayor, he would direct funds to small groups scattered throughout the city. Not only cultural organizations use the branches in the library used the faith based community we need to invest in those communities centers use it. There was just recently at the boy's club 112 tree. What an extraordinary program that changes these kid's lives. And yes, there's aren't there so they can participate in that art is fundamental. McGuire says Public private partnerships will be important to extend the reach of larger arts organizations. He is on the boards of several cultural institutions in the city, including the Whitney and the Studio Museum of Harlem. Full interview with McGuire will be broadcast tonight on the 92nd Street wise website. Chinese restaurant owners are rejoicing over the expansion of indoor dining in New York just in time for the Lunar New Year. State rules now allow restaurants to serve a 25% capacity and to stay open until 11 at night. Do family owns four Chinese restaurants in the area, including Uncle Ted's in the West Village. He says the pandemic has not only affected the bottom line, it has also prevented him from seeing old friends and customers at the restaurant. Money, customer support of earth for many years. We know each other very well. This is a very good opportunity to annoy us to re union. Yeah, that's the reason why I'm happy. Lunar New Year was officially celebrated for 16 days through February, 26th. Alternate side parking suspended for the holiday today, but you still have to feed the meter.
"92nd street" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In Oakland's Chinatown, hundreds of people came out to a vigil Saturday in a show of solidarity. We'll go. Anything is with the New Breath Foundation, a group that supports formally incarcerated individuals. Bank called for unity across racial lines. To support that we're looking for. It's not about dividing our community. Organizer's called for Solutions that disrupt the root causes of violence like poverty, gentrification and lack of mental health resource is instead of more police for NPR news. I'm Julie Chang in San Francisco, and you're listening to NPR news. And this is W when I see in New York four minutes after six o'clock Good morning, I'm David. First cloudy skies today a steady temperature around 32 degrees. New York residents with underlying health conditions are now eligible for a covert vaccine. But Gothamist Sydney Pereira reports the flood the vaccine seekers has overwhelmed the state website. Within five hours of expanded eligibility in New York on Sunday, 876,000 people had used the state's screening tool around 350 appointments per minute. We're booked at state run sites. But the system left many waiting for hours looking for a vaccine time slot residents with underlying conditions like asthma and rheumatoid arthritis face messages about volume overload. And zero appointments were available for first doses that city Health department cites as of Sunday, making the squeeze for a vaccine even worse, a state Health Department spokesperson said the websites were functioning extremely well and urged people to keep trying as more appointments are added. Former Citigroup executive Ray Maguire is sharing his vision for how best to help the arts recover after the pandemic, he says If he is elected mayor, he would direct funds to small groups scattered throughout the city, not only to cultural organizations. Mr Branches in the library used the faith based community We need to invest in those communities centers. You use it. There was just recently at the boy's Club 112 Street. What an extraordinary program that changes these kid's lives. And yes, there's aren't there they can participate in that art is fundamental. McGuire says public private partnerships will be important to extend the reach of larger arts organizations. He's on the boards of several cultural institutions in the city, including the Whitney and the Studio Museum of Harlem. Full interview with McGuire will be broadcast tonight on the 92nd Street wise website. Chinese restaurant owners are rejoicing over the expansion of indoor dining in New York just in time for the Lunar New Year. State rules now allow restaurants to serve at 25% capacity and stay open until 11 at night. Do family owns four Chinese restaurants in the area, including Aunt Uncle Ted's in the West Village. He says the pandemic has not only affected the bottom line, it has also prevented him from seeing old friends and customers at the restaurant. Money, customer support of earth for many years. We know each other very well. This is a very good opportunity to annoy us to re union. Yeah, that's the reason why I'm happy. Lunar New Year is officially celebrated for 16 days through February. 26 32 degrees now and that's pretty much where we're going to stay through the day today and tonight as well. Some freezing rain this morning than cloudy. Today and tonight I'm or freezing rain expected overnight a winter weather advisory in effect until Seven o'clock tomorrow morning. Support for NPR comes from B L P I with a look at Walter Winchell, who pioneered celebrity driven politically charged journalism. American Masters. Walter Winchell the power of gossip Tonight at 98, Central on PBS. On the next Brian Lehrer show, a history of private prisons in the United States and what it means that President Biden wants to ban them. Also for President's Day will have historian Alexis, Co.
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"Like we were from Stephen Moore about 11,000 jobs union jobs because of the XL pipeline because of this green new Deal fiasco, which is false, by the way, which is false, because if you're not gonna run the oil in a pipeline, you're gonna have to ship it by train or by truck or buy something that's going to cause worst air pollution than anything else for crying out loud. I'm so tired, and then I say, by the way, this doesn't affect America. Joe Canada was very upset that he can't see this, but you're affecting jobs. Not only here but globally as well. And then people will keep trooping. The chance give. It's not Joe Biden. It's not buying. It's this whole power play from the regressive Socialist party and you're turning us into Venezuela. That's exactly what's gonna happen. You know, And with all the ports that now China owns down in South America is exactly what and we're gonna fight for jobs here, man, and I care. No one says this and that's what I liked about President Trump. Or he would be. Yes, I know. I know the style he didn't like, but he would say, Make it in America. And when there's Tim Apple, Tim Cook, he's unease running Apple make the phone in America. What's wrong with that? And they're finally coming to Texas, by the way, is coming into Arizona but make the products in the United States of America, including the antibiotics that we gotta take the fight that drugs that other countries spew upon us with these diseases for cryinout, But by the way, Tim Apple Apple is gonna release their earnings today. They're expected to make an enormous amount of, you know a big earnings spike because of the fact that everybody was home during the pandemic and having to buy IPhones and Ipads and all this other stuff, believe how many How many products did you buy last year? I have am I piscopo? Nothing and I complain about it. I mean, you keep buying it. E. I must say, though, what they technology that's in This new iPhone 12 that I have, first of all optically the camp, but your camera's great that your camera's great I was it was the camera. Well, I have a I have a new phone now with Samsung, because my Google pixel failed on me. While my mom was in the hospital. I had to buy a new fun. I mean, listen, I need the phone. I gotta answer the phone, right. But the new Google pixel that's out the five I wish I could have waited there. Retailing for 500 bucks. I mean, for $500. You could get a phone. I'm not paying 1200 for you know, for an apple phone. You go right ahead. Keep you keep paying thousands of dollars. But I gotta tell you, it's like a computer and I can't go on. If the multi tasking you could go on YouTube and then you could go on so much weight. You were complaining yesterday. That's the best. What a turnaround yesterday. What were you say? I got a lot of weight many today. Ah, It's like a mini computer. It's great. I get on any pain. Come on. Stop that, right, Thies iPhones are rotten and you know it. You know it started talking to somebody and then the music pops up at random, right. What? They're watching us. I believe they're watching us. I really do believe that right, Lord. Jesus. You don't try to go to the same apple right now. He's picked up. Okay. All right. You know they're watching you through that way. We could see them on the camera. They could see us. I'm telling you, right? Now 10 minutes before eight o'clock and am night 70, the ANSA Demi's are looking out for you on the roadside dad. Hi, Joe. Thank you. Let's see what's happening here on 84 West raided the Newburgh Beacon Bridge. They're doing some ongoing construction there. Watch for slowdowns on the Palisades Parkway. Gah is Palisades Parkway Indoor found all lane subject to closure. Getting up toward exit for an Alpine. It's all due to an accident involving a car fire. Definitely steer clear of that Garden State Parkway north, the Rampart 1 55 a getting in toward Clifton and Patterson. Looks like an accident on that ramp. It's busy on the East Bank will want us up toward 92nd Street. A crash blocking one the lane. We're still seeing delays on the eastbound right by the B Q E. But they just cleaned up an accident there. Van Wyk north heavy after Hillside Avenue. Carbon have so close by Melody Lane and Westbury accident investigation and traffic slowing down on that's highway west battered old Nichols Road up through Islandia with an accident there as well. Also problems westbound. L I e great A Deer Park Avenue with a collision. You never know where not to go. I'm Debbie. Do I came with you? Piscopo? Am 9 70 the answer. Other Joe Piscopo. Start your morning there barreling through. And you know what? We're not gonna listen to you. The Democrats are saying, and not only that we're gonna prove a military out there so you can't change anything..
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"Made. Some of them were in tears when this happened. This is a very close community police trying to determine how the child got hold of the gun. They say the gun is not registered. Police reporting a subway slashing in Times Square. They say it happened before 6 30 Monday night at the 42nd Street station on the Q train platform. The victim, who was cut on his back by the attacker, is reported to be hospitalized in stable condition. The suspect fleeing the scene. The second gentleman. Elect Doug Em off, has strong ties to New Jersey, growing up in Matawan before moving to California. His wife, vice president elect Kamila Harris, telling the 92nd Street Y audience recently New Jersey is still a big part of her mother in law when describing their first meeting my faith in her and She lectured me, she says, Ah, look atyou. You're pretty when you're on television might look it off. No Next beat the magic 91 84 nets clipping the bucks. 1 25 1 23 I owned is shutting out. The Bruins won Nothing. College basketball ST John's Over Yukon 74 70 w. ABC News Time. Trouble for Traffic in Transit on the Way Now, your forecast in the Ramseys Subaru Weather Center overnight, mostly clear, low 34 lady today, mostly sunny. Hi 43 37 mostly clear in Central Park. It's 35 in Hampton Bays. That's forecast the Rams you Subaru Weather Center. I'm Bob Brown clock radio 77 w A b C. Brian kill me entertaining and informative. Listen, I'm not gonna recommend anything to you. I'm taking it in two seconds. If you ask me, I'm taking.
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"Success in rolling out the vaccine program, T breed any kind of complacency about the state of the pandemic. British government hopes to immunize tens of millions By the spring. Greece says it plans to extend territorial waters along its western coastline from 6 to 12 nautical miles, a move that could impact the tense dispute with neighbor Turkey. It's Parliament will begin debating draft legislation this week. And Pope Francis has changed Catholic Church law to explicitly allow women to do more things during Mass, granting them access to the most sacred place on the altar. However, rules will remain that women cannot be priests. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign Desk in London. Officials in Indonesia say they have located the black boxes of a bawling 7 37. They crashed into the ocean Saturday, killing everyone on board. Get the update from comas. Corwin take the location of the data recorders from the three which I a air 7 37 500 have been pinpointed, but not yet recovered. Navy divers say they'll be able to retrieve them sometime today. Investigators can then learn more about what caused the deadly crash. Aircraft parts and tragically, some human remains have been found. The plane was carrying 62 people when it vanished from radar during a flight from Jakarta to Borneo. To be clear. This was not a 7 37 Max, like the one that crashed off Indonesia in October. 2018 this 7 37 500 was a 26 year old version of the rent and build plane without any of the newer flight control features. Corwin Headache Cuomo News. Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Still watching our crash in Seattle on South found five at North 92nd Street. It's blocking the three right lanes. The left lane is the only open lane two drivers It's causing stop and go. Traffic from north Gateway at Snoqualmie Pass the earlier crash on westbound 90 just before Highway 906 that's been.
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"Rush away. What a great place to rest your bones and my refined for skipping stones. You feel fresh as a limb and name satin in the shape wasn't mean to Johnson on God's. He's great up door. Yes, TN radio in 1000 in Chicago. What a bad day to take a stroll and wandered by the everybody Welcome back to chancy screened outdoors on this couple days after Thanksgiving. We're all kind of laying around going. Oh, But that's okay. We need to be thankful for a lot of things, especially in this pandemic. We need to be thankful that we're all sitting together. Okay, let's go for her outdoor news fishing report. Agent Fischer important a whole lot more information. Here we go. This last week. We didn't have agents report those little burp there because there's nothing in his email. He figured it out. It says Papa. Sorry about last week, I sent you my report but forgot to put it in the email. This week, Very few fishermen were out. Most people are deer hunting. We're going up north on Friday. Maybe Dad will shoot one of those. Does he let walked by? He has a permit, and Mom was really mad at him that he didn't shoot one. Mom gets mad, sometimes. Jenny. My friend told me her parents were on the Grand River near Grand Rapids. And they caught to steelhead. And they saw some perch near the bridges in Pettys and Smith's by use. I'm gonna have to go find out where those two are. Roger and his dad wants Ms Keegan Channel. And they caught some white fish along the channel opening using those globes, spoons that you just jerk up and down. Friend Linda Sue and her parents went on Muskegon River, and she said it was cold and wet and not much fun, and we didn't catch anything. I've been his dad went to the White Lake in Whitehall. The dog in suds and said steelhead were there but the perch you're being caught by some of the fishermen and boats in White Lake, But it was only fair and not a lot of fishermen because everybody's out chasing deer. Well wish Dad and me. Luck, deer hunting. I have a fake rifle. A fake rifle carry it, And I have to show my dad that I'm doing all the right safety things. Have a safe Thanksgiving, Papa. I love you. Bunches talk to you next week. It's from my grandson, Aiden, whose sister reporters being sponsored by our friends at what it works, Marine 186 60 South Cicero Avenue in country Club Hills. Michigan, Perche, Perche Perche other particular. Oh, you better believe there's some virtually going on down that downtown on the South and the Chicago Most action is on the far south end of the city, 87 Street south well into Indiana for the voters, especially Boettcher's. High numbers of short fishermen and boat anglers Air Seen it 87 Street. And the slip around 91st Street, just east of Lake Shore Drive at the 92nd Street Bridge for sure, Anglers please note there's a sign there and 92nd Street Bridge that says no parking. Where cars are parking right in front of the same. It could be an except offensive parking spot, if you know what I mean. Orders. You're fishing. The mount of the slipped at 87 Street in front of the steel Workers Park at 87 Street, the mouth of the Calumet River and many spots from They're all the way to the Ford Plant Up the river Small Bates. Equal small fish, bigger fat heads. Go medium golden Roaches mean larger perch. Dog? Yeah, please note the Illinois Department. Natural Resource is conservation Officers are doing a very good job of checking your licenses. Please have them. Illinois River, trying to seize medical team was out and they caught stripers and soccer south of star racked all pretty much on meadows. Milwaukee Lake Michigan. It's a little bit mixed today. You know that area there have been trolling from mostly in the morning. You know, we're talking Eight o'clock when the sun comes up until about mid day, and then they're working some other areas, jigging spoons and stuff patrolling is doing much better to catch them Lakers. They even called a brown trout. And some small Chinooks that they got in that area, too. But this all in Milwaukee Harbor area you need to make sure you go straight out. From the North camp, and they move a little bit south about 42. Maybe 60 ft. Of water, I think would be talked to a couple of voters that we're working that area and they said the coho, but it was a little bit better South, which is a nice thing. Spoons or on 3 to 5 color lead is what they were using to get those fish there. Stage and baby I love that word stretch and bay. It was a long, John troll. What does that mean? A long John troll means you better have your long got skis that it's cold up there, and it's all being that at night. They did very well. Couple of my friends got a full limit cup some fat ones. Two of wall. I Out of sturgeon bait, but once again have your long got skis on your gloves, Your heavy jackets. It was a cold troll, and they said it was well worth it out of Lake Geneva. Weeds air pretty much down along the shoreline. Some anglers trying to fish from shore. The piers that remaining said it was a little bit on the tough side. Uh, Holders. They're using some small perch that they've hooked, and they've gotten a couple of nice size smallmouth bass, which is a really cute thing to get this time of year. I like seeing that, Okay, That's another very important thing. They're getting some lake trout also out of Winthrop Harbor, But they're once again. They're working that 32. Maybe 60 ft. Of water on good weather days. Good weather days. Remember that, Okay? Let's get some news information. Illinois conservation is accepting applications for the 2000 and 21 Conservation Achievement Scholarship program that they run. This is a really cool program because they award the scholarship so encouraged the next generation of leaders. In sportsman to enhance our outdoor environment can't go wrong with that. They're doing a up to 41 time scholarships of $2000 ahead. Make sure got that right my brain, and they're giving these.