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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ten thirty tonight, hard radio station. Good morning. Seventy three degrees. It's cloudy in Boston. I'm Deb Lawler. And here's what's happening at West Point, New York. We have learned, it was a training accident this morning with an armored personnel. Carrier, overturning some twenty people are heard, and there are reports out of New York of at least two deaths in this overturned personnel. Carrier we are joined now by ABC's Aaron Katersky. Aaron you've been following this story. We know you've been hearing of at least one fatality one fatality after all twenty three people who were riding in this five ton of cargo truck. The light medium, tactical vehicle as it's called in the army overturned somewhere in the woods near West Point, Deb, this all happened during a morning, summertime training session. There were twenty cadets from West Point three active duty soldiers aboard this armored carrier and all twenty three were injured of. And then one succumbed the most severe of the injured had to be flown by helicopter to the hospital. Of course. Aaron. We'll ask you to keep us posted on that, again, an armored personnel carrier overturning at West Point New York this morning. We're hearing of at least one fatality down to the ceremonies. On the beaches of Normandy today as a world Marxist, seventy fifth anniversary of d day, the allied invasion, that was the turning point of World.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

"At the editor's desk. I'm Ryan Harrison for MandA factor. And Gregg Hersholt, some of the stories we're following this morning. The government shutdown could run into January. That's according to acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, who says he's still waiting to hear back from Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer on the so-called counter offer made over the weekend from the White House that would include border wall funding. Congress won't take any action until at least a Thursday. We'll changes are coming in how air marshals protect you on flights. Joining us on the KOMO news line. Now is ABC's Aaron Katersky Aaron good morning. What's changing for these air marshals? They're going to get seated towards the back of the plane for the last seventeen years since the air marshal programme really came into its own after nine eleven the air marshalls had been seated towards the front thinking being they were a line of defense against any. Intrusion into the cockpit. Now, the TSA within the next several days is prepared to assign some of the air marshals seats in the back of the plane. The TSA doesn't say why but notes that they use intelligence to figure out what their best method of deployment needs to be. Well, what are the air marshals who who've worked the job for now? Seventeen years. I have to say about it. Well, they don't necessarily like it the federal law enforcement officers union that represents said that this is seems to be change for change's sake. And better to leave. Well, enough alone rather than to start messing with with seating. And they questioned whether the the the air marshals would be able to respond to threats if they're sort of, you know, in the back somewhere, but the TSA says that their whole their whole thing is to deter and detect threats and to do that they sometimes need to change up through teen. Well, we know there aren't air marshals on every flight. But I mean, do we have a rough idea of how many of them are out there at any one time? No. And that's a that's by design. The the the federal air marshal programme is is meant to be secret. They are assigned at random you. And I would would never really know when they win. They're on a on a flight and the. The quiet skies program as it's called is supposed to take track note of the behavior of travelers and not necessarily even the suspected criminal activity. Tara connection so like different different layers of air marshal responsibility. And and so the TSA says they're doing what they need to do to keep the skies safe way with ABC's Aaron Katersky talking about some changes for the way air marshals do things now and I'm going to throw a little curve ball. And it's okay. If you're not aware of what else the TSA is changing. But have you heard about the TSA policy on the dogs? They use it airports dogs. I haven't heard. Okay. So here with the dog. Yeah. Here's a new one. They are moving to an all floppy ear dog force the parents because pointy eared dogs scare children so already they have eighty percent of about twelve hundred dogs that the TSA uses. Have those droopy ears instead of the the pointy ones? But they feel like people who engage with them will be. I don't know a little a little more at ease. If they find the, you know, they come across a lab that comes through a bomb sniffing dog open the lead the dog has to be able to do its job. But did you know that these dogs even come the handlers have baseball type cards that they can give out the kids with the dogs picture on them? I seen that they had that they were starting to to try and ease the ease the experience, but I didn't realize that they were going for an all floppy eared force. Well, it'll take more than floppy eared dogs. I think the ease are experienced through the airport for sure ABC's Aaron Katersky. Aaron thanks a bunch for that. Really? Appreciate it. Komo news time now ten twenty. That means it's time for your propel insurance money update. And of course, the story of the day here man, I just took a look at the numbers again, the final.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's eight the Macy's Thanksgiving Day. Parade is underway in the Big Apple. That's where we find Aaron Katersky. Aaron it's gotta be freezing along the parade. Route. I'm in like four layers, then I can't feel my face. But but otherwise happy thanksgiving, it's the coldest thanksgiving anyone around here can remember. And for a while. It was tough to keep those giant character balloons popped up with helium couple of we're looking a little saggy, but are in the air despite the wind it's not going to ground these balloons, and and the crowd is just delighted Alan I've been to the Thanksgiving Day parade, and I can remember being there one year when it was really really cold not as bad as this. But it's hard to find a spot where the wind is in just blowing. And and really I mean, it's it's bone showing. Well, you know, the concrete canyons of Manhattan, just onnell the wind, and and that happens, especially at some of the cross streets, but the balloon handlers, you know, there's a ninety people per balloon and they have an ipad. In order to monitor the wind speed real time making a just behind accordingly, and and so they may not be at whole height. But they they are up. And that's what counts for the three and a half million spectators who braved the cold. There was no diminishing the crowd because I was out here for thirty in the morning, and they were already ten deep on the sidewalk bundled beneath blankets and sleeping bags. Whether it's bucket list item or tradition. People don't want to miss it. They die hards Aaron Aaron try and stay warm..

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk if a Tuesday morning I'm Jennifer Jones leeann some of the stories, we're following in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom the man accused of attacking his wife with a chainsaw in Whittier. Has had lots of run ins with the law Alejandro Alvarez made his. First court appearance yesterday for attempted murder. Records show he has multiple DUI and drug convictions Alvarez has been deported eleven times since two thousand five investigators say he cut his wife last week in front of their three kids that are will appeals court says a former inmates should be allowed to sue. LA county and. The sheriff's department for alleged mistreatment the woman claims she was shackled to a cell door for hours while she was wearing very. Little clothing without access to food water or toilet and that fire near Yosemite has almost doubled. In size to more than ninety three hundred acres the fire started Saturday fueled, by trees that have died because of a drought a. Firefighter working that fire was killed over the weekend and if Five thirty five it's business. Buzz CNBC's guy Adama while you might have been one of the bazillion people who were affected by the Amazon prime date glitch that uh-huh something went wrong on our end Dougie picture that you got well what happened to their stock because of it and what. The heck happened. Speaking of stocks to Netflix stock yesterday we'll find out and then at six five it's handle on the news but right now. We say good morning to ABC's Aaron Katersky Aaron while the president is meeting with the Russian. President we over here are arresting a Russian woman who apparently was a spy, here in the US who is she and how was. She discovered Her name is Maria Boutin a- Jennifer and she was arrested on charges that, she conspired to act as an agent of Moscow to influence American politics so right after the president finished saying, that, he saw. No reason why, Russia would, want to interfere in the the American electoral system that's when these charges were announced she's a self-described gun right's activist she's. Been tied to the NRA and she is someone that authorities, say, is another example of Russians allegedly trying to burrow their way into the. Fabric of American politics do they think, that she had anything to do or, any, links to the twelve Russians. Who we indicted just last week regarding meddling with, our election, does she is there some link between her and then. She know alleged link there but there is an alleged effort underway to to have her communicate with a contact? In Moscow a high level All Russian central banker who's not identified in court records but who's been previously identified. As an ally of of President Putin somebody Heil up in high up in his party and and politically connected to Russian intelligence operatives she's twenty nine. Years old and she was working at his behest court records say to ingratiate herself with the NRA the national prayer breakfast and other. Republican linked groups to try and. Sway the view to be more. Pro Russia and she tried to work covertly in that regard without registering as a foreign agent she. Hosted dinner parties in Washington DC to get the buzzed the scoop. Which he would then pass onto her handler in Moscow so do is there any word that President Putin or Trump knew about this arrest prior to their news conference I think everybody's wondering about the timing of everything we we don't, know is the short answer that this prosecution is being handled by the national security team out of Washington DC Not part of the special counsel investigation but she was allegedly..

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

"Of first degree murder after police said he blasted his way into the newsroom with a pump action shotgun killing five in one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in us history with more on this we say hello to abc's aaron katersky he joins us from new york aaron this is an uncooperative suspect apparently up to this point but it seems we've got a pretty good idea why this took place police have been digging into his past and they found that he did have a history with them with the police in toronto county and also with the newspaper in in twenty thirteen there were some social media threats that came into the paper and those were traced to jared ramos police said the at the time that the paper declined to press any criminal charges and so there was no way to keep brahmos sort of on their radar the paper said at the time that they didn't wanna make an already volatile situation worse but clearly there was something in the in the interim that led him to this point on thursday and that tom is what police have they haven't yet figured out what happened from those social media threats a couple of years ago to a decision last year to purchase the twelve gauge pump action shotgun to coming into the newspaper just yesterday as i mentioned five confirmed fatalities what about injuries yesterday there was some reporting that there were folks who are gravely injured were those people part of the five who are deceased no thankfully there were only two confirmed injured and and then they weren't badly hurt at all just maybe scratched by glasser or some other kind of minor injury and so it appears to the death toll will remain at five although the five are being remembered as as pillars of their community for them were reporters or editors with the capital gazette but fifth was an advertising assistant who had just started at the paper this week and a couple of longtime folks who would have been on the opinion page or working on the editorial side of things and seen as mentors for for for younger reporters and as police mentioned they knew them i mean it's a it's a small hometown paper and so the the the there was a an interaction daily with the community that that that that is deeply felt now and erin somehow some way those folks at that paper published today as they would on any other day but this clearly was not any other day isn't that incredible how they were able to work out of a parking garage and and they're using phones and laptops they they got the paper out the opinion page was intentionally left blank save for the names of the dead and the the expression of how they are left speechless by this there's going to be a matching grant program for the families of the dead set up by the newspaper and i think you'll see a vigil tonight led by the governor larry hogan and then of course more of the horrifying details because we also learned as as jared romo's made his first quarter parents and was held without bail of the prosecutors say that rommel's had blocked the back door to prevent anybody from escaping and himself had hid under a desk before police were able to grab him always good to connect with abc's aaron katersky aaron thanks so much thank you komo news time six ten time to talk sports all right let's do we got the mariners home denied getting a home stand in a three game series with the royals started at seven ten with the lowly kansas city royals in town and the mariners have left he marco gonzalez the mountain and kennedy at one in seven starts this game for kansas city is the mariners are three and a half games behind the houston astros for the top spot in the american league west houston on the road taking on tampa bay and right now the top of the seventh the raise leading this stroz by a three to count marquee match up tonight in the american league with the yankees at home leading boston five to one with that game in the seventh inning no world cup soccer today will resume tomorrow with the knockout stage of the tournament either winter you go home to games tomorrow in the round of sixteen france against argentina or aguire will take on portugal the.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So that's part of our big three we have the retirement of spring court justice anthony kennedy the defeat of joe crowley and another amazing story of of mom and baby jumping in front of a subway train and surviving that happened in the bronx will tell you about that but let's get a little bit more on where we stand with this kennedy situation joining us now abc news correspondent aaron katersky aaron i guess the the the most important question right now is is the president ready to go and get this appointment now because i know democrats don't want it they say the republicans held up the appointment of merrick garland so they don't want this pick to go forward but i think they're in a position to do it if they want oh the republicans sharar and in fact we're told that president trump is already narrowed down his list of about two dozen candidates he's whittled it to about a half dozen we're told it is prepared joe to make his announcement within the next couple of weeks and that would give the senate ample time to hold a vote perhaps as soon as october mitch mcconnell the senate majority leader took to the senate floor to say that it would happen in the fall before the midterm elections senator schumer said that that would be the height of hypocrisy given what you mentioned the holding up for ten months nomination of judge merrick garland but mcconnell staff told us well that's apples and oranges because that was a presidential year this is a midterm election and so it's fine for the vote to go forward governor you buy that explanation that this i think it's apples and apples because in both cases.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Five twenty on your wakeup call kfi am six forty more stimulating talk i'm jennifer jones lee and some of the stories we're watching in the kfi twenty four hour newsroom the mother of a five year old boy from south pasadena murdered by his father has sued la county for what she says was negligence and incompetence armas andrassy and juniors mom says the department of children and family services knew her ex was abusing their son but he was still granted unmonitored partial physical custody the father is pleaded guilty to murder he serving twenty five years to life the attorney general of the us has taken shots at political leaders in california when it comes to immigration jeff sessions says thanks for your policies forwarded by california mayors and lawmakers are illegal sessions spoke to the criminal justice legal foundation yesterday in downtown la he used the speech to justify immigration policies of the trump administration including the separation of families and speaking of that a federal judge in san diego has ordered the trump administration to reunite emigrant children with their families within thirty days for children under five the time limit is fourteen days the president ordered an end to family separations last week but he judge says he's on ruling is needed because of several loopholes five thirty five it's our business buzz with cnbc's guy dombi we'll talk sanctions on iran and the possibility of that public bank in l a and then at six o five it's handle on the news but right now let's say good morning to abc's aaron katersky aaron we're waiting for another big supreme court decision coming down this week this one involving unions and whether government workers should be required to pay fees even if they're not members that's right it's a case that stems from a public sector worker in illinois who declined to join his union and objected to a forty five dollar fee that was automatically deducted from his pay and the demand objected to it saying that it violated his first amendment rights because he he didn't necessarily like or agree or want his money going toward the political or legislative activities of the union these socalled fair use fees are allowed in twenty three states and they're meant to help defray the cost of collective bargaining because even if public sector workers don't join the union the union is in effect negotiating their contract as part of collective bargaining now i think what's interesting about this case too is the trickle down effect that it could have you got a lot of private unions who are saying whatever happens in this particular case could come to us too i mean i will speak for the we're inside after at the same time i know that a lot of people complained at least when i was working up in san francisco we worked up there without a contract for like twelve years and everybody said what's our money going to what's the union doing for us i'll tell you though when everybody got canned up there we were all glad to be part of the union because that's when they came through and the the public sector unions are saying that if this supreme court ends up ruling as feared striking down these fear us fees a as twenty seven states have already is as part of right to work that it could mean the end of collective bargaining and what exactly would that mean every public sector worker negotiates with each individual city for their own contract it it could mean as as the union say chaos although critics of collective bargaining say could ultimately mean a better deal for for for workers in tax payers is supposed to come down today or just sometime this week well we expect that it could be today although they they have until the end of the week in theory and and the supreme court sort of on its own timeline although this is the official last week of the of the terms and it's the last big decision left after the travel ban ruling yesterday all right aaron thank you so much appreciate it we'll watch this one thank you later that's abc's aaron katersky yeah lots of big stuff coming down this week so this one yeah i mean it's going to affect a lot of people you think about the people that you know in your life whether they are cops firefighters nurses news anchors whatever almost all of us in some way either are in a union or know somebody who is in.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The takeaway horses are allowed on now lap weekdays at ten kfi kfi am six forty more stimulating talk it is monday hope you had a great weekend i'm jennifer jones lee and some of the stories we're following in the kfi twenty four hour newsroom the la times is reporting years of serious abuse allegations at the house where the ten year olds anthony avalos died in lancaster police were told last week he died after falling but the times reports the boy's body was also covered in cigarette burns avalos lived with his mother her boyfriend and six siblings in more than a dozen calls since two thousand thirteen people reported the children were denied food and water sexually abused beaten four seed from the trash in tormented in other ways police had not made any other arrests but other children have been removed from the house and we're following two shootings that have just developed over the last hour or so one in lynnwood this is where police have found one person shot inside a pickup truck and another in long beach this looks like a shooting at a retirement community so we're trying to get more detail sales on both of those at five thirty five it's our business buzz with cnbc's guy adama and it's six oh five it's handle on the news but right now let's say good morning to abc's aaron katersky aaron good morning so why is stormy daniels meeting with federal prosecutors well we know that federal prosecutors so here in new york have been interested in michael cohen and the one hundred thirty thousand dollars payment that he said he made to stormy daniels to keep her quiet about her claims of an affair with donald trump ten years ago and we were told that that meeting was going to be taking place today between federal prosecutors and the the the adult film actress and apparently according to her attorney mike eleven howdy the feds were none too happy that we found out about it and so they went ahead and cancelled their meeting but at some point you imagine that she will say what she knows about the payment as prosecutors build their case against cohen yeah because it's all about this money that she claims that the president knew about but yet his signature wasn't actually on on the payment form is that right or something like that isn't that a big discrepancy to news all sorts of questions about whether trump new and if he did you know why did you know come and make the payment and not trump himself for if trump didn't know why did call and make the payment on his behalf did he know that trump did something wrong and see trying to cover and all of it is is grounds for inquiry for federal prosecutors and so stormy daniels would would no doubt have a role to play in that investigation and apparently they had arranged to be sometime today here in new york but that again is no longer taking place but we expected it will at some point down the road because that payment among other things is what federal prosecutors may ultimately base criminal charges on should they decide to charge cohen and and they're they're nearing a decision point because a review of all the material that was seized from from him in raids back in april is nearing attend honestly it feels a little bit high school that the feds would go really the media found out about okay fine we're not gonna have it today who cares if the media knows you still need to have the meeting like you said ultimately they have to talk to her so just go ahead and talk to her moment i swear have a good day see you later thanks abc's aaron katersky or can they.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Aging visiting chinese officials for the third time this year he's thought to be talking about followup issues from the summit with the president from last week was some people who live in inglewood have sued the city over the proposed clippers arena lawyer tonio hick says the city violated the surplus land act when it negotiated to sell public land for a basketball arena about the residents of england were getting driven out of their home because the skyrocketing housing costs it's about a city undergoing tremendous changes without a plan for how to protect its residents lawsuit asks for the clippers agreement to be invalidated will apparently people in the us are lighting up less than ever federal health officials say fewer than fourteen percent of american adults smoke cigarettes last year that's the lowest number since data started being collected in one thousand nine hundred sixty five a doctor says one reason could be education but says the drop could also be due to people choosing other methods to get their nicotine fix like vaping but the doctor says no matter what people are inhaling or using he always tells us patients they can't live without working lungs and should treat the organs with respect debra mark kfi news now let's say good morning to abc's aaron katersky aaron said the us has decided to pull out of the un human rights council why because nikki haley the un ambassador said that the us can no longer tolerate the human rights council's criticisms of israel haley said in the past year it has passed more resolutions against israel and condemning israel's treatment of palestinians than it is passed against north korea iran and syria combined and so the us now joins iran north korea and eritrea as the only nations that refuse to participate in the human rights council's meetings israel has to be very pleased with the move in in a coalition of one benjamin netanyahu tweeted his appreciation to the trump administration for pulling out in defense of of israel and that seemed to be the primary driver of the decision there were other reasons to believing that the us had was not going to to to lend legitimacy as nikki haley put it to to a body that does not fully condemn human rights of other countries while while focusing in in her view on israel hypocritical and self serving basically saying the un human rights council is anything but that.

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Kim Jong Un impersonator questioned on arrival in Singapore

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Kim Jong Un impersonator questioned on arrival in Singapore

"We know he's already violated a judge's order once when he wrote an op ed in in people isn't supposed to be doing that now prosecutors say he's been contacting witnesses in an attempt perhaps to steer the case so you can't do that either and prosecutors had asked that his bail be revoked and and we were supposed to hear an answer from manafort a short time from now by the end of today in fact this you know in a in effect puts a little squeeze play on because prosecutors can now say look not only did we accuse you of it but a grand jury was convinced enough to to indict you with it we're talking to abc's aaron katersky aaron any reaction so far today from the white house jeez i i you know i i haven't heard any of this indictment was just returned in the past the white house has distanced itself from paul manafort who was president trump's campaign chairman for a relatively short time and they constantly point out that what he's charged with he had been outside the scope of his time with the campaign we'll continue to follow through the day of course aaron katersky with the latest on that against special counsel robert muller bringing additional charges against president trump's campaign chairman and a longtime associate komo news time twelve oh seven a bitter rivalry between amazon and walmart is spilling into the courts komo's corwin hake reports walmart is suing to prevent a former top executive from taking a job with amazon walmart has filed suit against lisa and former senior vice president and top tax executive to keep watson from jumping ship from arkansas to seattle walmart says in the suit wadden is in a position to share with amazon walmart's highly confidential and sensitive business information and strategies bloomberg news reports according to the suit wildlands move doesn't just violate her employment agreement it eviscerates it walmart says it has offered waddle and a two year salary to stay on as a consultant before joining amazon wadhwa tells bloomberg news no comment corwin hake komo news kim jong un impersonator flu guess where to singapore dan got questioned by authorities we have the story now from abc's tom rivers the hong kong based in bursa eight known as howard x looks the spitting image of kim jong on so similar looking that when he got off his plane and singapore police went through his bags and check them out.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On your wakeup call kfi am six forty more stimulating talk well the perp walk happened this morning harvey weinstein turned himself into the new york police this morning on a number of sex crime charges let's find out about everything with abc's aaron katersky aaron so what exactly are the specific charges that harvey weinstein is facing rape and criminal sex act to charges that are quite serious and carry significant prison time jennifer and they involve allegations made by lucia evans and actress who said that harvey weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in two thousand four during what she thought would be a casting call and the the rape allegation was from a woman who has not been publicly identified there have been women who have accused weinstein of rape but we we understand this particular charge stems from an allegation brought by a woman who so far has not publicly come forward okay so two different women and the charges are separate for both of them i see okay and lucia she was the one who spoke with ronan farrow the new yorker in two thousand four she was going to what she thought was a casting call in new york city with harvey weinstein and when she arrived is when she says weinstein forced her to perform oral sex despite her her her protests and this is a woman who has been consistent and who has not taken any money from weinstein and who went to police in recent months although not at the outset did you watch the perp walk this morning did you watch harvey weinstein go in he's the master producer isn't he still producing his own arrest cameras rolling in a suit with no tie carrying what looked to be a couple of hardcover books including one that's something wonderful rogers and hammerstein broadway revolution by todd purdham we that's what he was carrying couldn't see what it was that is random to carry on with you but then also did you notice was he walking with a limp or dvd like it almost seemed like he had trouble going up the stairs into the police department something was well who who knows how he's been doing but why we haven't heard of any.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In the morning with me all the way until six twenty with conway at night you could be a winner like bob in canyon country or michael in riverside be the next one reynolds say good morning to abc's aaron katersky aaron boy what a turnaround this story is it was just a year before that we talked about john attorney general jeff sessions firing senior fbi official inter mccabe for what he had called the lack of candor but hold on it turns out mccabe was overseeing just a year before this one of these lack of candor investigations into sessions it was a pretty stunning piece of irony that jeff sessions may have lacked candor at least the deputy fbi fbi director andrew mccabe thought so at the time when sessions testified before congress about his contacts with russian operatives democratic lawmakers have repeatedly accused sessions of misleading them in that testimony they called on federal authorities to investigate and now this is the first time we're learning that the f b i actually put the attorney general in the crosshairs of an fbi investigation although it's not clear sessions knew it at the time that he fired mccabe just before his retirement date was to take effect that's the way that it looks it almost looks like a tit for kind of situation it does although we're we're we're told that sessions was not aware that he he was under investigation when he decided to fire mccabe jen he may still be under investigation for all we know by the fbi et but but they're not talking about okay so going back to the original mccabe investigation into sessions when he said that he lacked candor what do we have what evidence do we have to point to that or what was specifically looking at what remember sessions was testifying before congress and he had recused himself from the fbi's probe of russian election meddling there were questions about his contacts with then russian ambassador sergei kislyak and the we're told that a bunch of senators mainly democrats on.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixteen sales shares of fiat chrysler dropped off in the final minutes of trading after bloomberg news reported the us government will seek the recall of more than a hundred thousand diesel cars and the substantial financial penalty to settle any missions teething lawsuit filed in may is this reports dayton 38 past the hour tracy jonke bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 ari trace thank you and if you want to hear tracy have to step away from the radio you can take us along with you wherever you go now wbz radio available on the iheart radio app you can download that four free our other top story today that much anticipated republican memo about the russia investigation fbi surveillance out this afternoon we're joined now live by abc's aaron katersky aaron what are we learning in this memo we learned from republican lorry the fbi had based its warranty application to surveilled carter page a one time trump campaign operative uh excessively the republicans say on information that was bought and paid for by the democrats and failed to disclose to the feice accord the origin of that information to republicans who released the memo this is evidence of political bias in the russia investigation to others though uh it is incomplete because it does not say what else the the warrant would have been based on and there had to have been something because there's no way a judge would have signed off just on that and the democrats on the same jiminy the house intelligence committee are sliding to release their version on the facts in a in another memo cracked they have a 10page memo per.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

"Memo effectively was written by republican kennedy staff members and the only hint of what's in it has been described by the new york times which that eight contains the information that uh now either deputy attorney general rod rosenstein of authorized an attempt to to spy on carter page who was at the time a campaign operative for the for the for the trump campaign we're talking with abc news correspondent aaron katersky aaron your anchoring our coverage tonight abc news coverage of the state of the union so that begs the question we know that the president has read this memo or is he focusing on tonight speech whether the white house signal with that the president wanted today to be about the state of the union and a was not going to make any decision today about it's released but um you know there there's some thought that maybe he hasn't reviewed it fully yet maybe he hasn't decided uh but there does seem to be a strategy emanating from the white house to try and discredit certain top officials either at the justice department of the fbi as the russia investigation continues to swirl it's an unusual uh uh uh approach given the um the the the the job description of the fbi it should the country be attacked but nonetheless i i think it will be in the eye of the political beholder whether this attack has justified and they'd be the memo written by the republican staff would be just one piece of that puzzle abc's aaron katersky with komos rick van cise komo news time four your propel insurance money update stocks fell off on wall street escalated today's investors fears of rising interest rates grow the dow jones industrial average plummeted as many as four hundred points during the session ending up down three hundred in sixty three points to close at twenty six thousand seventy seventy sp 500 loss thirty one and the nasdaq dropped sixty four points will have more money news in thirty minutes traffic coming up komo news time 450 the waste is always singing silly laugh way she cases me alot this valentine's day i want to turn everything i love about her into the one thing.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

"Katersky who joins us on the komo news line live from washington dc all right aaron now that this memos on the president's desk what happens next where the president had several days to decide whether it should be released publicly added the justice department had previously said that it should not be in the name of national security but today uh the the spokeswoman for the justice department declined to comment on whether the doj position has changed now that the fbi director christopher ray has seen it he said that the the the the letter asking the house committee not to release it is is now moot since know the letter asked her a chance to review the mel before it was released ray saw it now we don't know whether doj wants it wanted released or not yeah that's really curious because if i recall the justice department said in a no uncertain terms it would be extraordinarily reckless to release that mammal that's what that's what the justice department said initially concerned about national security uh so either chris wray has looked at it and decided man or perhaps they're taking cues from someone else uh we don't know but but these spokeswoman her doj would not um would not entertain a comment about it uh we know that the the memo effectively was written by republican committee staff members and the only hint of what's in it has been described by the new york times which reports that it contains information that uh now either deputy attorney general rod rosenstein authorized an attempt to to spy on carter page who was at the time a campaign operative for uh for the for the trump campaign we're talking with abc news correspondent aaron katersky aaron your anchoring our coverage tonight abc news coverage of the state of the union so that begs the question do we know that the president has read this memo or is he focusing on tonight speech well the the white house signal is that the president wanted today to be about the state of the union and a was not going to make any decision today about its released but um you know there there's some thought that maybe he hasn't reviewed it fully yet maybe he hasn't decided uh but there does seem to be a strategy emanating from the.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

"His issues with nfl players taking amy or sitting during the national anthem president of course and no fan of former forty nine whose quarterback cohen capper nick for his leading roland player protests however they do have one thing in common that is unhappiness with the nfl for different reasons obviously capper nick has filed a grievance against the league alleging that he remains unsigned as a result of collusion by owners with more on this good to say hello to abc's aaron katersky aaron what exactly does colin kaepernick hope to achieve through this grievance it in came not immediately clear whether he wants to be employed simply want to call up a league it's not clear what he wants out of the filing of agreement but he doesn't say that in his opinion the beleaguered head on with a collective bargaining agreement because he convinced it collusion among owners and league officials to keep him out of the game and he retaliation for his decision to neil during the national anthem any says a number of coaches and general man senator have approached him said they're interested in signing an an mysteriously go silent with no explanation or you don't have to be an expert in terms of player development or player ability in the national football league just listen to people who know the game that would tell you colin kaepernick is better than a number of current starters and certainly better than many of the curve backups around the league so but it is eminently qualified to be a quarterback of an nfl team and he became a free agent three dozen other quarterback have been signed by nfl teams arguably with lesser resumes then the sixyear veteran who led his team to a super bowl but just because an owner declined to sign him a dozen mean it collusion if they don't eat any good or even if they think they don't want to bother because of the the the uh the hubbub with the anthem protest that's a perfectly fine decision where they would step over line it kip they got together and talked about it.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KOMO

"Ninety seven seven and komonewscomfire jeremy grater is at the editor's desk good to have you with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories president trump at the un today met with israel's prime minister and expressed confidence that a peace deal with palestine can be brokered will work historically can't joining us on the komo news line is abc's aaron katersky aaron it's a big few days at the un let's begin with his meeting today with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu peace in the middle east a pretty tall order how's it going to do that of course it off the bowling after absolutely going to give it a go but beyond sunday soninlaw jared kushner that accredited it has given no update on weather this but any progress there is clearly on from the ground whether meeting with israeli prime minister netanyahu but but has given no indication that he is requiring that we debate any of the hard choices that any peace deal would necessarily require so we'll see another big thing on the agenda is dealing with north create china's president isn't going to be at the general assembly this week but president she and president trump apparently spoke today what did they discuss when it comes to north korea's continuous defiance did accredited instead he was confident that as chinese counterpart understood at the role that china the us has been pressuring china in that it really old on china more but china which practicing us maybe overstating it with north korea put president i ate has found it pretty gift or oran that's what it comes to north korea and sanctioning it white in eastern accredited in over nuclear program thrown out maybe circumstance may be eligible work on a arctic nikki haley another semitic administration earlier un an that's been noteworthy for all of the re given the united nations calling it a country club he has successfully work within it confines fidelity watch now whether it's going to be able to do more about this week remains to be seen that foreign minister france in what may be a supreme bottle at the president breach tomorrow talked about they shouldn't pulling out of the world are disengage here or selfishness you didn't mention the us her or president trump's specifically but we know that the president is going to talk about america worked at and that's directly at odds with an asian that's founded.

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"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"aaron katersky aaron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The fasttracked lane also ninety one west bennett law sierra had something here that's off to the right shoulder now so all those sowing already on the ninety one wes as you come away from osceola and then through corona from about lincoln two five two looks like god lakeview avenue i kfi in the sky helps give to their faster i robbing banks it's cybersex on your wake up call kfi am 640 more stimulating talk all right let's talk with abc's aaron katersky aaron good morning said un security council voted unanimously to go ahead with these sanctions against north korea after the latest ibc the intercontinental ballistic missile launched these are the toughest yet right willy faded a you us believe her bear the toughest yet and they are certainly uh targeted at the north korean pocketbook exports primarily of coal and iron ore about a billion dollars worth and it's the proceeds of all of that but the us believed north korea funnel directly into its ballistic missile programme go by by new powder also spigot the hope is that they can curtail the vote on the whole program that way now they've done this before the two eight time the un has sanction north korea oftentimes um you do pay north korean find a way uh either on their own or or with a little help from their friend to get around the sanctions and and hope is that time that you know other nations will stick to it and when you talk about coal and iron and led and all that that they're cutting this is the threebilliondollar annual export and and it generally to china uh and and a few others so the hope is that china will will actually go along with this i mean they voted for it but they um but it's up to the chinese now to win four heavy sanction and in the by the tiny the us believes has annoyed on it yeah and i i saw a quote over the weekend that china basically was slamming the us saying that it was arrogance that it we didn't understand how all of this works wouldn't be the first time that a us administration official hold arrogant but um i think the chinese have been upset that the us has so publicly cold out the chinese for not doing more to curtail north korea's nuclear activities chinese said the new president trump 100 standing of of chinese way over pound young.

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