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"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on KCRW
"At six o one live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer you special counsel. Robert Muller's office has issued a statement late today taking issue with the report in BuzzFeed that president Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen said Trump told him to lie to congress the special counsel's office in a statement saying quote, buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and the characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office guarding Michael cones. Congressional testimony are not accurate the president's current personal lawyer and the White House of already denied the story. The top Democrats on the house and. The Senate Armed Services. Panel is reacting angrily to a report released today by the Pentagon is NPR's. David welna reports the congressionally mandated study describes the impacts of climate change on military. Installations, says little about mitigating those effects of the Seventy-nine military installations and looked at fence department study says two thirds are vulnerable to flooding and drought in about half wildfires, but the sixteen page report says little about measures to reduce those vulnerabilities last year storms caused billions of dollars worth of damage at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina antenna air force base in Florida. In a statement, Adam Smith, the new democratic chairman of the House Armed Services committee rejects the report calling it inadequate Jack Reed, the top democrat on the Senate Armed Services panel says it's incomplete adding it reads, quote, like an introductory primer and carries about as much value as a phone book. David welna, NPR news, Washington. President Trump is announced he'll make what he is calling a major. Announcement tomorrow about the government shutdown and border security wherever the White House via press secretary, Sarah Sanders was not being forthcoming today about what the president might.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Network as we head to the leadoff spot with Ozzie Virgil whose claim to fame was that. He was the first ever Dominican-born baseball player. Of course, an incredible trail of players from the Dominican Republic followed the Mets honored Ozzie Virgil here at the ballpark yesterday as part of Hispanic heritage month. I'm very proud to. Thanks god. Got me. Opportunity. To become the first American player in the major leagues here. I'm very proud of that. Up to date. Pain in the major leagues and special. Thanks to Mets. Did this special day for me my family? And other writers. Came here to to to save watching me talk to the people the press. I'm very proud to become the first Dominican player. Some of the people that inspired you to even lead yourself down that way and tend to be that guy. Well, as you know, I was I was raised in the Bronx. Marine corps. Made the marines team at Camp Lejeune North Carolina that kept me from gone to career. I got a chance to me to make the team. I made the team. I serve. Was signed by the New York Giants. Yeah. It was something special. And. Again, our do it again. I love the game of baseball. We don't get to talk to many people who played for the New York Giants. What was National League baseball like in New York City at that time and playing an historic polo grounds. You know that the giants and the dodgers had a big rivalry. A great teams and. Very few people. Remember the year nine hundred fifty one or the dodgers had a thirteen game lead July the giants tied him up.
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"Good Wednesday morning. America's First News continues. It is the twelfth day of September. And the navy is moving people in ships ahead of hurricane Florence in the air force and army are both flying advanced aircraft. Elsewhere as a safeguard some remaining marines. Well, they're digging in Florence heading for a region with some of the most well known military bases in the country including Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, naval station, Norfolk Virginia and the Marine Corps. Recruit depot on Parris island in South Carolina. Just for transparency here. My cousin is at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. He is a marine there. He is digging in. So I'll obviously our thoughts are with everybody who lives there. But. Just a personal connection. There are thousands of marines and their families have already left June in Jacksonville, North Carolina. According to the commanding general anybody remaining at the base, we'll have food water and protection despite being in the path of the projected storm, some military families and others took to Camp Lejeune Facebook page, vetting fears and questioning why there was no mandatory evacuation now Brigadier General Julian Alfred said since one thousand nine forty one the base in its marines have been postured to deal with crises at home and abroad and hurricane Florence is. No exception. So non essential personnel were released from duty at lagoon and told they were free to relocate with their families to a site within a five hundred mile radius of Jacksonville. New Hampshire is well, let's keep with the hurricane here for a moment. President Trump declaring states of emergency for north and South Carolina and Virginia that paves the way for federal aid. He was briefed on hurricane Florence Tuesday from his home. Homeland security secretary and FEMA as Florence is expected to bring life threatening storm surge in rainfall to portions of the Carolinas and mid Atlantic states. Have the new forecast it's slated to hit Friday almost coming to a holding pattern before it makes landfall all here is President Trump. I received a briefing from secretary Nielsen administrator long, my senior staff regarding hurricane Florence and other tropical systems that will soon impact the United States and its territories..
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Good Wednesday morning. America's First News continues. It is the twelfth day of September. And the navy is moving people in ships ahead of hurricane Florence in the air force and army are both flying advanced aircraft. Elsewhere as a safeguard some remaining marines, while they're digging in Florence heading for a region with some of the most well known military bases in the country including Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, naval station, Norfolk in Virginia and the Marine Corps. Recruit depot on Parris island in South Carolina. Just for transparency here. My cousin is at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. He is a marine there. He is digging in. So obviously, our thoughts are with everybody who lives there, but just a personal connection. There are thousands of marines and their families have already left login in Jacksonville, North Carolina. According to the commanding. General anybody remaining at the base, we'll have food water and protection despite being in the path of the projected storm, some military families and others took to camp last June's Facebook page, vetting fears and questioning why there was no mandatory evacuation now a Brigadier General Julian Alfred said since one thousand nine hundred forty one the base in its marines have been postured to deal with crises at home and abroad and hurricane Florence is. No exception. So not essential personnel were released from duty at login and told they were free to relocate with their families to a site within a five hundred mile radius of Jacksonville. New Hampshire is well, let's keep with the hurricane here for a moment. President Trump declaring states of emergency for north and South Carolina and Virginia that paves the way for federal aid. He was briefed on hurricane Florence Tuesday from his homeland security secretary and FEMA as Florence is expected to bring life threatening storm surge in rainfall to portions of the Carolinas and mid Atlantic states. The new forecast slated to hit Friday almost coming to a holding pattern before it makes landfall here.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"A memorial is being dedicated in the mississippi delta tomorrow for the men who died in a military plane crash last year randy bell says there's also a march planned it's a nine hundred mile march friends and comrades will join the wives of some of the crash victims leaving it a beena tomorrow on a journey to camp lejeune north carolina to symbolically bring those marine raiders home we plan on being all on eleven days later nathan harris who's coordinating the memorial march the twenty three participants will carry fully loaded military rucksacks is they travel east along highway eighty two into alabama and eventually through georgia and the carolinas at arizona lawmaker is apologizing for speeding and lying his way out of a ticket representative paul moseley was caught on police body camera bragging about driving over one hundred and twenty miles per hour when he was pulled over for going about one hundred in a fifty five zone back in march the video shows the lake havasu republican telling the officer he should didn't get a ticket because of legislative immunity that can be used in certain situations but not for speeding to get home moseley posted his apology to facebook thursday saying his socalled jokes were not funny a minor league baseball team in alabama is having some fun with a special night honoring a special group of people the montgomery biscuits are planning a millennial night the team says next saturday their stadium will be millennial friendly but what exactly does that mean well for starters everyone gets participation ribbon just for showing up there will also be napping areas and selfie stations as well as lots of avocados elisa's e nbc news radio the doors are shut at sammy hagar's popular restaurant in mill valley california but possibly not for good the rock and roll hall of fame member closed the l without warning yesterday he posted a message that the day to day problems of operating a restaurant have become too time consuming and he has simply run out.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on KTRH
"After the thirty days they were they've destroyed these things so sadly you know when we're trying to get to the root of what's going on whether it be project blue book or you know uh japan airlines sixteen 28 or eight tip we just don't know at the end of the day how much uh they're destroying and uh and it is documented that they've done it in the past and sadly will do it again in the future where uh where there hiding miss evidence so we're not going to be able to get it by the way if you get my fbi file can you let me know i need your permission but i'll be more than happy to uh go out there for ya all right uh let's take a couple of calls um uh try west of the rockies fran and banesto hey fran given morning with your permission but i'll be more than happy to uh go after it for you all right uh let's take a couple of calls um uh try west of the rockies friend and banesto hey fran good morning i'm very happy to speak to you everything the marine corps back in camp lejeune north carolina and yes fbi knows are true i work talent type back there and i blackout mentally but not physically and military cannot it will not even try and help my husband was station at castle airforce base in the '60s in dayton stated there was nothing like that happening so some kind of research needs to be done on this also but others that were stationed in the fifties back at camp lejune i'm sure a lot of them would know about it especially if they were any type of of teletype which is you think they did something to your your mind your brain your blocking all.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on WDRC
"By the ad council tributes were held in london and elsewhere in europe to mark armistice day that's enough an am the bells of big bang rang alto for london mocking the moment the gun stopped firing to end world war one in november 1918 two minutes of silence followed veterans gathered for the annual remembrance ceremony at the senate off a monument over seven hundred thousand servicemen lost their lives in world war one many others were killed in subsequent wolves was recently in iraq and afghanistan there was also a ceremony in france to remember over a million french soldiers who died defending their country uh since kitty logan in london a drill instructor is heading a prison for abusing recruits marine gouna resort jim joseph eulex search was two years behind bars following his conviction on charges he abused young recruits especially muslim americans prosecutors say one recruit later killed himself the thirtyfouryearold drill instructor sentenced friday at camp lejeune north carolina the day before the iraq veteran was convicted of abusing more than a dozen trainees at the marine boot camp at parris island south carolina charges were also filed against five other drill instructors after the 2016 suicide by a recruit sparked a hazing investigation rich denison fox news i subpoena and harvey weinstein rape investigation is being challenged requests were all medical records from a therapist for boardwalk empire actress policy laguerta as sarah ging to her that word from her attorneys the actress his lawyers argue the information is protected by diet clot dr client privilege delaware hair ties told police the media mogul twice in twenty three dan i'm debbie hanley fox news radio sri early warning weather from the talk of connecticut mostly sunny and cold today highs the lease partly cloudy tonight at the upper teens partly sunny tomorrow with record called possible in the morning highs in the low.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on NPR News Now
"To manipulate these girls so much that they are so afraid to speak got usa gymnastics says it's a poll by nasser's alleged conduct ensures race men's concern for athletes safety nassar is in jail awaiting trial he pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography but says he's not guilty of assault tumbled on npr news and marine corps drill sergeant has been sentenced to ten years in prison for abusing young recruits including several muslim americans and pr is craig murray reports a military jury handed down the sentence a day after finding gunnery sergeant joseph felix guilty of punching choking and kicking more than a dozen recruits at boot camp in paris island south carolina he often picked on muslims calling them terrorists he ordered one muslim recruited into an industrial drawing machine which was then turned on another took his own life in march 2016 by jumping off a stairwell the case was closely watched in the sentence was considered lengthy compared to others involving drill sergeants convicted of hazing offenses felix is being held in camp lejeune north carolina where his trial took place greg mary npr news washington struggling retail chain jc penney is reporting its first bump in sales and more than a year shares jumped fifteen percent after the retailer reported revenue of two point eight billion dollars exceeding wall street expectations on wall street the dow was down thirty nine points this is npr thousands of people from around the world are in germany for two weeks of annual climate talks daniele czeslaw reports it's the first gathering since president trump announced the us will withdrawal from the paris climate agreement speaking at the conference former vice president al gore says american cities and businesses will make up for the white house withdrawal from the paris agreement.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on AP News
"A pickup truck involved in a police chase ramming into cars backed up at an interstate merger yesterday and city police chief hugh clements says the footage also shows is officers and state police officers firing into that truck erase the perception that he's causing a job yay two others two officers to the general public and so that the train to stop the threat but truck driver was killed female passenger injured investigations being overseen by the state attorney general means being presented later to a grand jury a marine corps drill instructor has been sentenced to ten years in prison for maltreating younger recruits especially muslims one of whom killed himself eight man jury at camp lejeune north carolina also sent name sergeant joseph felix to forfeiture of all pay reduction in rank to a private and a dishonorable discharge this is ap radio news donald trump is in denying vietnam a second day of meetings with asian economic leaders trump telling those at the asiapacific economic cooperation summit he won't let the united nations take jeff any more on trade and will always put america first the allow ins involved in the trans pacific partnership talks have agreed to go on without the us trump's drew from the tpp shortly after taking office people can now get breakfast at tiffany's the move twisted tiffany's opens with audrey hepburn elegantly attired holly go lightly outside tiffany's eating her breakfast of coffee.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on WDRC
"The tsa be privatized after a brand new report shows that the government agency the tsa has been highly ineffective nbc reporting undercover tests have found that tsa's screeners failed to detect test weapons at a very high rate one that the congressional committee chair calls disturbing members of the house committee on homeland security were given details about the security vulnerabilities of the department of homeland security's office of the inspector general and the tsa administrator and a classified briefing that was given yesterday the rate of failure was not disclosed to the public meeting but congressional and dragged say the report showed it was very very high now fifa feel for the individual men and women who work in the tsa adding many of them are people with good hearts and they're professionals but if you take the government and you asked the government to run any system even a security system like that i have a tendency to believe that if anybody can screw says something up the federal government could screw it up day and twice on sunday in yesterday's twitter poll we asked you what caused the big losses for the gop last night around america tuesday night around america most particularly in virginia and in new jersey eight percent of eu ascribed it to democrat anger a donald trump seventeen percent said it was the lacklustre performance by the republican congress twelve percent called it an unwillingness to ablaze embrace donald trump and sixty three percent of you said so some or all of the above and that was the option i had voted for and i told you i was going to vote for last night vote in the twitter pole and then while you're on my website visit my trophy room at lars larson died common posed a picture and a paragraph about your latest hunting or fishing trip and just share that with the rest of the country because i like it when people do that uh i wanted to tell you about a couple of stories number one a military jury is now delivering deliberating whether a marine corps drill instructor is guilty of harassing and possibly abusing his recruits an eightman jury at camp lejeune north carolina my stepson went through some of his military training has mos as training at camp.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A marine is being kicked out of the core that's for his alleged involvement in an incident involving a confederate monuments cbs correspondent jim krasula with that story staff sergeant joseph manning is one or two us marines charged with trespassing during a rally at a confederate statue in graham north carolina police say the two climbed on top of a nearby building at unfurled a banner which read in part you will not replace us that's the slogan that wish chatted by dem straighter than charlottesville virginia protesting the removal of a confederate monuments manning has been based at camp lejeune north carolina the military status of the other marine facing charges is unknown jim krasula cbs news greensboro north carolina forest secondstraight nypd protesters gathered in the st louis area of opposition of the acquittal of a white former police officer who fatally shot a black man following a car chase in what was otherwise peaceful assembly in one area of university city a small group of demonstrators decided to break windows of businesses and throw objects at police reporter mariel modes with more you got who i could walk our dropped the guy if they're gonna re local husband it ain't no light emitted be bp all we're going to be people who are route 3 organi marching now it will program dory on radar rap ron and we wanna make a point i to get hurt at least nine people arrested the united dreamers a thousand of these kids are in our armed services are in afghanistan right now fighting wars for front with chris it in college four in the workforce paying taxes these kids are a net positive i think that we are better for include tonight nine till midnight on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time twelve 53 traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.
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"He's here oh ron christie underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building we've once again made contact with our leader love mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one in a ladies and gentleman while the media and the democrats and many republicans are counting how many people we're in a meeting or nothing happened how many of you know that sixteen service members were killed in a military plane crash the other day sixteen fifteen marines one navy sailor witnesses describe tearing allowed crackling noise around the time of the plane crash investigations under way to determine what caused it eighty five miles north of jackson mississippi nine marines on board were from marine aerial refuelling in transport squadron the mgr 450 two they said a stewart air national guard base in newburgh new york the other six marines and when navy cormon were from marine corps forces special operations command part of the elite second marine ranger battalion based in camp lejeune north carolina they were travelling from el centro to yuma arizona for predeployment training carrying.
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"The pete x according to the us news world report best hospitals 2016 2017 rankings learn more at h s asked at eu w n y c independent journalism and the public interest 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation live from npr news in culver city california and wayne brown president trump's nominee to lead the fbi is pledging he will be independent of the white house in paris kerry johnson reports on today senate confirmation hearing for christopher ray who worked in national secure thirty during the bush administration christopher ray is promising to defend the constitution and the rule of law he says he was not asked to pledge loyalty to president trump any wouldn't have done it any way raise says he won't interfere with the special counsel investigation into russian election interference and he'll blow the whistle if anyone else tries and i would you say anybody who thinks that i would be wholly punches as the fbi director shirt on novi very well ray added he's prepared to quit before the end of his tenure fbi term if he sees something illegal or unconstitutional and if he can't talk senior officials out of doing it carried johnson npr news washington in mississippi investigators are combing soybean fields for clues and a military plane crash that killed fifteen marines in the navy sailor state public safety commissioner marshall fisher says debris was scattered for miles across the flat countryside we have a pretty large area of to cover there are idle smes that are going to be recovered by teams on the ground some of these may be unsafe we monday disaster was the deadliest marine crashing more than a decade the marine corps says six of the marines and the sailor reform it any elite reiter battalion at camp lejeune north carolina iran has appointed a female c o two leaders national airline for the first time since it was established in the 1940s the transport minister named forty four year old for assani sheriff bonnie who holds a phd an aerospace engineering iran is in the process of revamping its ageing passenger fleet the 2015 nuclear deal lifted international sanctions against.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on WDRC
"Weekdays at one p m the dave ramsey show on the talk of connecticut if you worked for a company and you managed money for that company and the company was called you incorporated and you manage money for you inc like you manage money for your mouth which you fire are you don't be praying and asking god to send you financial blessings when you're misbehaving with the little that you do have when you're fatal with a little things you'll be given mortar demand the dave ramsey show weekdays at one m the talk of connecticut though most local talk at hartford every single morning the pratt dan show ct on the hill els says lee on the talk of radio i'm rich denison donald trump jr says in retrospect he would have done things differently that's after news broke he met with the russian attorney with hopes of getting damaging information on the hillary clinton last year congressman adam schiff the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee calling the meeting disturbing will certainly want him to come and will want everyone can acted with this meeting to come and will want any documents that they may have president trump and his stabile says his son is a highquality person as progress was made against isis cia director mike pompeo warns the terror group can still easily pull off small attacks within the us like france and britain america has plenty of trucks and plenty of sidewalk ceo also warns north korea and iran pose a threat to the world seven of the sixteen killed in the mississippi military plane crash yesterday were special operations forces based at camp lejeune north carolina sixteen soldiers died in that crash fox's we report you decide.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Difference in the world that not some broker off the street is coming in and who's got from europe on mark warner top democrat on the senate intelligence committee was clear was on the russian government of the washington post reports president trump is enraged at the what russia cloud continues to hang over his presidency and has exasperated that his eldest son is engulfed in it before he was a cable news show host joe scarborough was a conservative republican in congress he's been a blistering critic of president trump and on cbs's late show he told host stephen colbert he's leaving the gop efforts to ask yourself what exactly the republican party willing to do how far they willing they go how much of this country and our values are they willing to sell out the aren't you're republican i am a republican but i'm not going to be a republican anymore i got to become an end an investigation is underway to determine the cause of the military plane crash that killed all sixteen on board cbs's david begg no has the latest the military transport planes fell from the sky over western mississippi sending black smoke billowing above the countryside before the crash local volunteer fire chief donald full jim carter boom we looked up and he will come in any starter spiralling and he kept go on the a plane is a kc one thirty and it's used to refuel other planes mid air fifteen marines in one sailor were on board the aircraft seven of the crew members were based at camp lejeune north carolina stocks turned in a mixed performance today the dow was basically unchanged nasdaq gained seventeen point seven on the broader s and p.
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"Breaking news this hour from townhall com i'm he leaders president trump has broken his silence over his son's involvement with a russian lawyer during the two thousand sixteen campaign more from white house correspondent greg clugston the president remained quiet for several days amid revelations that donald trump jr agreed do here damaging information on hillary clinton as part of the russian government's effort to help his father but on tuesday white house spokeswoman sarah sanders read a brief statement from the president saying his eldest son is a high quality person and he applauds his transparency earlier on tuesday the younger trump posted emails with a publicist that show trump jr was told that the russian government had information that could incriminate clinton and her dealings with russia senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is keeping the senate in session beyond the august recess deadline of july thirty i senate minority leader chuck schumer says the extra two weeks won't help the republican healthcare bill they can spend two more weeks two more months two years as long as this bill continues to cut taxes on the very wealthy and hurt working americans the bills going to be as unpopular it is today brought a connell says the senate has a lot of work to do and democrats are slowing it down we've got defense authorization the we've got the debt ceiling we've got the fda user fee and other important legislation that we need to address and we suddenly as a result of all this obstructionism don't have enough time seven of the us troops killed on the mississippi plane crash were special operations forces based at camp lejeune north carolina six marines at one was a a sailor the marine corps refueling and cargo plane went down on a soybean field on monday and mississippi and killed sixteen military members in all the brain said tuesday that the air tanker was based at stewart air national guard base.
"a. camp lejeune north carolina" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The base has been under intense surveillance as a known location of chemical weapons president trump's un ambassador nikki haley told congress what us intelligence as absurd and again they have seen activities that are similar to preparations of a chemical weapons attack much like what we saw on april four according to pentagon officials an aircraft shelter which once housed the syrian jet the carried out the april chemical attack is once again in use us intelligence has also picked up an increasing communications by the syrian military unit responsible for chemical weapons pentagon officials cautioned the intel juice does not add up to a smoking gun still the white house rushed out a statement warning that if the regime of bashir al assad conducts another chemical attack he and his military will pay a heavy price investor haley expanded to include syria's two main element that the goal is at this point not just descend assad a message the descend russia and iran mss about the same time haley was make that statement syria's assad was being given a tour of russian aircraft at their main base in syria just offshore for us navy ships armed booth cruise missiles were operating in the eastern mediterranean twice as many is carried out the strike on shareout airfield in april david martin cbs news the pentagon are holly williams has been given a rare look inside syria where fighters backed by the us have surrounded raka which isis considers its capital today day holly met with us forces just outside the city twelve miles north of the front line in raqqa american marines and two army engineers are replacing a shattered breach they spent three days in the desert cook thing they're prefabricated steel into place hatton body murray faced at camp lejeune north carolina told us the war against isis hearing syria has left behind a deadly path of destruction there used to be a lotta mind adhere from isis and we the engineers that we brought along with our idiot technicians swept out the field made sure that it was safe.