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Palestinian militant will challenge Abbas’s party in election
"Their first parliamentary elections in fifteen years. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. The longtime palestinian authority president faces a serious challenger. Candidates submitted their lists for elections next month. And there's a major shakeup marwan barghouti a popular figure serving a life. Sentence in israel is backing an independent list for parliament. Another candidate muhammadu to. Helen is backing another list. That means votes. That would have gone to palestinian president. Mahmoud abbas fatah party could be spread among multiple rival lists that could weaken the secular party and give its islamist rival hamas the upper hand in elections analysts say that might give president abbass reason to cancel the elections of haute which was aimed at unifying the palestinian territories after fifteen years of divided. Rule daniel
Minnesota family saves energy through simple living
"David Abbas Finland Minnesota keeps his freezer on the porch. Because, guess what it zero lot in northern Minnesota and so our stuff is frozen without the motor running at all. It's just one of the ways that Abbasi families save energy at their rural offer at home and farm the heat with Wood and get water from a well pumped by a windmill. What electricity they do need is generated by solar panels. Abbass says they live simply, but he does not think of it as a sacrifice. I think there's a lot of joy to be had. For example when it's time to fetch some frozen food, we've actually step outside and guess what the stars are beautiful where I live to educate people about conserving energy, and after Living Abaas offers workshops, classes, and internships at the farm. He tried to help others find pleasure in protecting the planet and the billions of lives. It supports I think our farm and other experiences like that. Provide that opportunity for people fall in love with what's around them and just imagine if the world were filled with people that were thinking about how much they love each other and the world how much better the world would be.
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"Arrival in japan mr trump shielded himself from a steady rain as he stepped off air force one in osaka he set to hold meetings with the leaders of nine countries from stalwart american allies to modern adversaries like flat amir putin of russia and chinese president xi jinping he had dinner thursday with austrailia is prime minister we work with our allies we take care of our allies before he left washington wednesday mr trump was asked about the chances he'll strike a deal with china to end the escalating trade war visit possibility i'm meeting with russia meeting with china i'm meeting with many countries steven portnoy c._b._s. news asaka a twenty one year old southern california woman was attacked and killed by three sharks all snorkeling with their family in the bahamas police say jordan lindsey of torrance was attacked near rose island or family saw the sharks coming toward her and tried to warn her but she didn't hear them lindsay died at the hospital experts say unprovoked shark attacks like this are extremely rare testimony continues today in the trial of edward gallagher he's the navy seal accused of fatally stabbing a teenage isis prisoner news h chris grows is at naval base san diego with where the court heard testimony from an iraqi general today day today gallagher's defense team continues its case this time calling up iraqi major general abbass algebra in part of a videotaped previously videotaped deposition that's been being played in the courtroom courtroom and so forth in pre k. moments that abbass testified about he says that he was with a navy seal chief.
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"One zero three one WG wine top story. The speaker of the house says she's not interested in impeaching President Trump boxes. Rachel Sutherland saying. He's not worth it. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the Washington Post that unless there's something compelling overwhelming and bipartisan in peach mint is not the way to go because it divides the country. Not all Democrats agree with speaker Pelosi amid a flurry of house investigations conscience. John Yarmuth told CNN to me, it's not a question of whether it's a question of win in probably right now is not the right time. But I think at some. Point. It's going to be inevitable in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News looks like advocates of recreational marijuana in New York state may have to wait a bit governor says he's no longer confident Eakin get it in the budget this year there is a wide divide on marijuana. I believe ultimately, we can get there. And we must get their David Holland is with the national organization for reform of marijuana laws or normal tells news channel thirteen time for New York to catch up. Drug. Demonized. Not only unfairly but without any true scientific basis. Dhillon makers could still take up the issue before the session ends in June me too moment for Senator Kirsten gillibrand. Politico says former staff members accusing another of harassment and says he remained on the job despite the allegations staff member claims she sent a letter to Jila brand describing frustrations saying her office wasn't doing enough to address the charges reports indicate the man at the center of the allegations identified as Abbass Molly of staff Nyland was recently fired after another allegation of harassment. Former sergeant with the Saratoga county sheriff's office is headed to prison for seven years for possessing child pornography..
Gillibrand defends handling of sexual harassment allegations
"One of the candidates for president on the democratic side Kirsten gillibrand has had a former aide resign in protest of the handling of a sex harassment claims. Oh, no. Because Kirsten is a big metoo movement champion and one of the most outspoken when it comes to members of congress. That's for sure apparently the woman who has not been identified filed a sexual harassment complaint last July accusing the aid of making unwelcome advances. And crude remarks about other women in the office and potential female hires less than three weeks later. The woman said that the man. Who has been identified in the report as Abbass Mellick retaliated against her for making the complaint. She told gillibrand chief-of-staff that she was stepping down because of the way they handled it. Yeah. I, you know, this is I don't think ever seen something like this. Bernie Sanders was was sort of handcuffed by this before he officially announced that he was going to run for president. He was criticized for the way that sexual harassment claims the way the environment that existed in the two thousand sixteen campaign, and he was blasted for not having a tighter control over that whole thing. So I wonder if this is going to be if we're going to see every campaign has something like this attached to it. Now, we feel like every major A-List star in Hollywood is had something like this
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"Fuming because traffic's not moving and metro bus goes zip and bought. So there may be a jealousy factor there, but it also a safety factor. And I wondered that when they first started doing it. There's not that much room on the shoulder of the road. If you ever had a flat tire or breakdown, and it had the unfortunate circumstance to have to wait for some some help on the side of the road. You know, how narrow it is over there. Abbass is tremendously wider than a passenger car truck. And so to have a a bus us that essentially as another lane is a little bit disconcerting, isn't it? A there've been times where traffic stopped on my window down and my elbow out the window and just kind of sitting there in my car or truck rather and a metro bus will go whizzing by in the left lane. And it's unnerving because you can literally feel the vibration, and it feels weird on your arm because the air, I don't know how close they come. But those those things get damn close to the people in the turn lane. I'm surprised accidents. Don't happen more with the metro buses driving on the shoulder of the road. But I thought that after the accident today it went. How is it possible that that because you're a bus you're allowed to break break traffic laws? I don't I don't understand who thought that was a good idea as well as a metro bus, and we need people to rise up the hell you want. Why don't you just let them leading drive ninety miles and maybe just a pet peeve of mine? But I saw that today went there you go. You got an accident with a metro bus driving in the on the left shoulder as they often do and there's not much room between that shoulder and the other three lanes of traffic and.
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"Past the hour. New this hour, Iran's deputy foreign minister says he believes European Union nations will soon announce they've created a program for Iran to continue trade there and avoid reimposed US. Sanctions Abbass rocky told Iranian state television by telephone Thursday that he expected the program known as the special purpose vehicle to be ready for business in one or two months. Now, e you foreign ministers are meeting Thursday in Bucharest Iran's ambassador to the U K as similarly tweeted, he believed the announcement of the program was imminent. EU officials have not formally acknowledged the start of the program though. German media reports suggested France, Germany and the UK at finalized, creating it. The reports say the program will be based in France, and we'll have a German director that of course to get around Dingley imposed sanctions or the re-imposed sanctions. That the US slapped on Iran after the US pulled out of the Iran nuclear agreement. Well, more than a week into a standoff with the opposition Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Wednesday. Now, he's willing to negotiate violent street demonstrations erupted last week after opposition leader Juan glide oh declared during a major opposition rally that he had assumed that presidential powers under the constitution. Of course, since then the US is recognized Guido Guido has come under heavy scrutiny from the government, nNcholas Medeiros government that not only from the government from the courts as well. They have threatened my.
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"Forty W A J 's our top story. Another lawsuit expected to be filed in the crash that killed LAPD detective d drop Minka dote mega dose family suing MSG and former employ Roger Bernadette for the Christmas Eve crash. However, a lawyer for a man who the officer was helping when the crash happened on I sixty four downtown says her client will file suit. The lawyer says the crash left nineteen year old Quinton Brady and his passenger. With physical and emotional injuries. The driver and a crash that killed a Michigan family of five near Lexington had an alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit. The Fayette county coroner's office says forty one year old joy Bailey who caused a crash on interstate seventy five on January sixth had blood alcohol content of point three zero percent and Kentucky. It's illegal to drive. If you're a C is point eight percent or higher. The crash killed forty two year old Issam Abbas, thirty eight year old Reema Abbass and their three children fourteen year old alley thirteen year old Isabella and seven-year-old Giselle. Bailey of Georgetown, Kentucky also died. Lexington. Police said Bailey was going the wrong way on seventy five when he crashed into the boss families vehicle season. Duval NewsRadio eight forty WHAT S seven. Oh, two at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S. President Trump has a field trip scheduled for today. He's heading to the Pentagon unveil his administration's missile defense review. President Trump heads to the Pentagon today to formally unveil the missile defense review the review the first of its kind. Since two thousand ten provides a road map.
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"Terrorist group has Balaa. Said Israel did not have a right to exist and has called for Israeli Zionist terrorist Jews to go back to Poland. And of course, you had millions of Jews were slaughtered by the Nazis Impala n- during World War Two during the holocaust. Yeah. The story. From the examiner says, the Toledo has been celebrated by Democrats and the media is one of the first Muslim women to be elected to congress. And touted as a testament to the diversity of the freshman class, blah, blah, blah. Over the weekend. Abbass Hami that tweeted out a photo of herself with a smiling to leave writing. I was honored to be a congresswoman Rashida to leave swearing in ceremony in Detroit and a private dinner afterward with the entire family, friends and activists across the country. You had Twitter users. They were able to dig up past tweets from this woman who was invited to the the celebration the swearing in ceremony. And then a private dinner, they dug up some tweets of this woman. Hamadeh? I'm sorry. I love this, man. So over the weekend Abbass Hamida tweeted out the photos of himself smiling with. To leap. In a twenty fifteen tweet. He wrote the leader of the terrorist group. Hezbollah always love this heroic resistance leader long lives, Siad, Hassan Nasrallah. Also tweeted out on a different day. They tried so hard to demonize Nasreeullah and Hezbollah, and we said f you? Wants tweeted Israel does not have a right to exist. The terrorist entity is illegal and has no basis. To exist. Other than a delusional ISIS like ideology. Again. That's this guy. Abbass hamadeh. Who was at the swearing in ceremony. Four Representative to leap. Again, listen, I don't believe that she's going to become a suicide bomber and martyr herself. But I question allegiance, I questioned her choice of does. She support has Bulla does. She support HAMAs. And they're terrorists ways. Does she agree that Israel doesn't have a right to exist? I think those are all fair questions on the Florida city. Commissioner is under fire for calling her a suicide bombers essentially Annabel Lima Taub up Annabel, listen, I understand your concern. I just think you would have gotten more mileage and avoided a lot of controversy. He did call her a suicide bomber essentially and just use facts about who the hell she's hanging with. And questioning her legion sin. How does she feel about HAMAs and Hezbollah and does she think Israel should be annihilated or has no right to exist? And the you want. Jews ship back to concentration camps in Poland during World War Two. That that's I think that's where I would have gone to some advice to Florida city Commissioner in Hallandale beach, Annabel Lee matab. So I listen, I don't think she ought to resign. Maybe she should apologize for at least suggesting that. She wouldn't put a pastor to become a martyr and blowers up on Capitol Hill. Maybe she should say, I should have said that. But listen, I have deep concerns, and here's why look at this picture of her and her swearing in ceremony. This known terrorists organiz organizations supporter, but doesn't think Israel should exist. That that's that's where I I would have gone eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine a deep concern, a US house of representatives member this Muslim woman from Michigan. I'm sorry. She should not have ties to radical pro. Hezbollah Israel hating activists. That's the bottom line. All right to catch a predator. No, he wasn't busted for going to meet a fourteen year old girl, bringing a six pack of beer and condoms. No, no. No. No. No. No, no. But this is out of Connecticut, and the Connecticut, the Connecticut post reported this this morning, and the headline is to catch a predator host charge with bouncing checks to a Stamford, Connecticut merchant I dug up some old Chris Hansen video from the old series. You know to catch a predator? And listen, I don't think you want to get any trouble with the law. I mean granted he he absolutely did not pick up a a young girl. But here's some of the old audio and this this show. I mean, this really broke some ground boy that he's horny than the forty six year olds. Says I want to be top..
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"Filed through the crowded mosque in Dearborn to view, the five caskets of the family. From northville killed in that fiery weekend crash on I seventy five in Kentucky. Forty two year old Sam Abbass a real estate agent and lawyer his wife, Dr Reema Abbass their three children Ali Isabella and Giselle killed by that wrong way. Driver who slammed into them on. I seventy five driving the wrong way. They forty one year old driver was thought to have been drunk. He was killed to the funeral for the five Abbass family. Members will be today at the Islamic center in Dearborn the former top drinking water regulator of the state health department has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor in the Flint water investigation. She got a break. Leeann Scheckter Smith was facing felony charges, including involuntary manslaughter for the Flint lead tainted water and outbreak of legionnaires Smith pleaded no contest to disturbance of a lawful meeting and agreed to testify against others. If necessary seven. People now resolved their cases with misdemeanor. Plea bargains. Donald Trump will address the nation on immigration. This is the partial government shutdown continuation and the battle over the wall. Here's correspondent John Laurence. President Trump in prime time he'll discuss immigration in a national address tonight democratic representatives, Jerry Nadler of New York says his standards are low. I expect the president to lie to the American people. Why do we expect this because he has been lying to the American people and his spokespeople continue life. The American people. Vice President Mike Pence says the Trump administration is checking to see if it can bypass congress and declare a national emergency to shift money to pay for a border wall. I'm John Lawrence reporting. Also WJR around the world the national security adviser John Bolton snubbed by the president of Turkey one. He left Turkey without a meeting about the Kurdish fighters in Syria and the planned withdrawal of US forces from Syria, North Korean supreme leader. Kim Jong UN's trip to China continues. Correspondent Matt river says what each side is looking to come. As a result of these talks, the North Koreans want economic sanctions relief that's gonna come from the Chinese the Chinese might well make that happen after this summit. But in return, you can bet that the Chinese are going to go through the North Koreans and say, we want our interest represented negotiations moving forward and some of those interests involved the US troops on the Korean peninsula. They want to see those troops removed. The meaning as interpreted by that reporter, Matt rivers Carlos gone has for the first time giving his version that led to his arrest in Tokyo on financial misconduct charges. He told the judge I'm innocent of the accusations against me, your honor going wasn't a dark suit and plastic slippers. And he had a rope around his waist. He was noticeably thinner go on with his normally jet black hair green at the roots gone said he always acted honourably and legally and with the knowledge and. Approval of the appropriate executives inside Nitzan. He told the judge he worked on the goals to revive Nissan. Dan night for twenty years. Prosecutors charged going under before his income by tens of millions and by transferring personal debts to Nissan company, a bankruptcy court hearing will take place today to determine whether Sears will go on or whether Sears will immediately have to liquidate assets. Wwl news time six thirty four. Here's Shawn baligian. Sports. Well, good morning. Good morning, everybody. It was all Clemson all night. The Tigers pound the Alabama crimson tide. Final score forty four to sixteen in the national championship. Game of college football, Clemson, national champions, again second time in three years. The pistons lost their second straight game last night falling to the Spurs. They're back in action on Wednesday in Los Angeles wings back in action tonight taking on the Montreal Canadian. Puck drop at Little Caesars arena at seven thirty and Spartan radio. Back tonight is Michigan state looks to host the Purdue Boilermakers our pre-game show starting at eight o'clock. I'm Shawn blagent seven sixty WJR sports, traffic and weather for.
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"Here in the state of Michigan. This is according to a Washington Post analysis twelve hundred of them are federal employees who work in the federal department of agriculture nine hundred work in the department of treasury seven hundred and the department of transportation, they're really spread throughout the state. If there is no authorization of funding tomorrow, some say the deadline could be as late as midnight Thursday. But the you're supposed to go out and Friday, unless they're authorized our first palest payday would be on Friday. And for those of you that worked over the weekend. Trying put your taxes together to get that refund to get the return in the mail. So you can get a refund this month. That is in jeopardy. There was over five billion dollars refunded to several million taxpayers in at by debris of last year. This goes on another week or two that will be significantly delayed, and there's also legislation pending tomorrow that the Democrats are going to we'll talk about that. And later, let's get to Tim and Brownstown understand what he's thinking about. This. Does this meet your standard for a national crisis? Tim rally around twenty five years ago, but privately somebody with a little common sense is bringing the issue to the table. You know, seventy thousand overdoses at hair, Wayne at all. That's like one Vietnam war every year national security risk and. Yeah, absolutely. One hundred percent build that wall were for legal immigration get in line at come through the proper way. That's what he's talked about his entire time. And he does it say all beta yet fake. He's never sat. Daddy said. There's a lot of good journalist out there. You know? You know, he spends half. He spends his time on Twitter bashing the media, you're you're this guy's not by Tim. Let me ask you this. You raise the Fenton. Listen. That's right. Most of our federal coming into this country comes in from China. So the the the wall is not going to help us there. Most of the heroin comes in through ports of entry and unless we beef up border security there the walls not going to help us there either because Saudi ports of entry. So let's be clear about is not going to do. It was ninety percent of. Ninety percent comes across the southern border and their right? But it comes through ports of entry in trucks in personal vehicles building a wall isn't going to help you get that effective in interdicting that what about the two hundred and seventy five billion dollars. It costs the taxpayers to deal with the legal immigration. You know, data set that number and not one journalist rebutted that. So that's gotta be true. And he's asking for five billion dollars. Actually, I'm not so sure that the fact checkers didn't rebuff that. But I'll have to check on that during the break. Okay, tim. But I appreciate your call. Always good speaking with you, my friend have yourself a good Monday. And we'll look forward to to the address tomorrow at nine o'clock, and we look forward to continuing this conversation. If you're already on the line by all means stay there. We will continue through after Marie headlines on the half hour. And if you want to join on that conversation, one eight hundred eight five nine zero. WJR one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven year on the guy Gordon show, NewsTalk seven sixty WJR. Seven sixty WJR news Maria ask as we gear up for the afternoon commute. There will be a major problem on the roadways. Eastbound I knew before it's seventy five continues to be closed due to a crash eastbound lanes of the freeway closed, the left shoulder and left lane Centre Lane of westbound are also closed. We'll get a complete look at this coming up in traffic at a moment. President Trump says he will address the nation Tuesday night about what he says is a crisis at the US Mexico border. The president's primetime address will come amid a partial government shutdown. The president just recently tweeted saying that he will give an address to the nation on the quote humanitarian and national security crisis on our southern border. He said that address will happen tomorrow night at nine pm eastern. What is unclear is? Which networks if any have accepted the White House's request for this prime time address bar Brown. Reporting a guilty plea the Uber driver charged in the two thousand sixteen Kalamazoo. Shooting spree that left six people dead and two others wounded pleading guilty to all the charges this morning in court. It was a surprise move. And this was with jury selection under way. Jason Dalton will now spend the rest of his life in prison with no chance of parole and unthinkable tragedy unfolding in northville where friends and family are mourning the death of an entire family on I seventy five in Kentucky over the weekend. The family returning from a Florida vacation early Sunday morning there. SUV hit by a wrong way driver that police believe might have been drunk penal services plan for the Abbass family. The driver of the pickup truck also died. Osama boss forty to his wife. Dr Reema Abbass thirty eight Ali Abbass, fourteen Giselle was seven and Isabela thirteen all died in the crash. Dr Abbass worked at Beaumont.
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"February. Twentieth of twenty sixteen the day of the shootings, he's accused in three separate shootings. He had previously claimed that the. The Uber app. Made him carry out the shootings. He now gets a life sentence with no chance of parole and unthinkable tragedy unfolding in northville were friends and family are mourning the death of an entire family on I seventy five in Kentucky early Sunday morning. The family returning from a Florida vacation when they're SUV was hit by a wrong way driver. Police believe that driver might have been drunk. Now funeral services are set for the Obas family. The driver of the pickup was also killed in the accident. The family Assam Obas forty two thirty eight year old doctor Reema Abbass the mother Ali fourteen Isabela thirteen and Giselle seven Dr Abbass worked at the Beaumont hospital system. She was a family practice. Doctor the district. The school district is offering counseling to the children who are left behind at the district. Visitation for the family will be at the center of America. In Dearborn services will be held tomorrow. Morning nine thirty at the Islamic center and the family will be buried at noon on Tuesday at the Islamic memorial gardens in west land. WJR news time two oh to amid the partial government shutdown overbroad security or Overbrook border security and a wall President Trump now planning to visit the border with Mexico later this week. There's no indication of where let alone what kind of border barriers the president might see but press secretary Sarah Sanders, tweet President Donald Trump will travel to the southern border on Thursday to meet with those on the front lines of the national security and humanitarian crisis actor Kevin Spacey has been arraigned on a charge of felony indecent assault and battery during a court hearing and then pocket Massachusetts, the judge ordered the disgraced actor to stay away from the young man, he's accused of groping a bar in two thousand sixteen while Spacey's attorney Alan Jackson asked for the alleged victims, Texan Snapchat to be preserved. This is data that we believe is not only potentially exculpatory, but likely exculpatory from Mr. Spacey, I simply don't wanna see any of that data deleted destroyed even inadvertently. The suspected driver in a shooting that killed a seven year old girl near Houston has made his first court appearance. Assistant attorney a district attorney Samantha connect says Eric black junior is being charged just as he would have been if he pulled the trigger in the case in Texas. The law says that whether you're the driver, or you're the actual shooter that everyone is held accountable the same and in this case because jasmine was only seven years old when she was shot and killed the one Texas is quite clear that this is capital murder. And that's how we've charged him a movie about the unlikely rise of a rock legend could now be a likely Oscar winner this superhuman rock God icon, that's Rami Malik after winning his first ever Golden Globe for his portrayal of, Freddie. Mercury in the movie, he won for best actor in a dramatic film and bohemian rhapsody took the top prize of best drama film. He could hold an audience in the palm of his hand at some moments. Just wanted to be held that way as well. The biracial road trip movie. Green book won best comedy. The movie and other surprise Glenn Close winning best actress in a dramatic film for the wife. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. We'll update traffic.
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"Went back today as did UCF students day seventeen of the partial government shutdown. A quiet Monday so far inside beltway. The president though will make a trip to the US Mexico border on Thursday. The partial government shutdown heading into its third week. I think we've come a long way services are being withheld from the American people. This is national security. We're talking about we're not talking about games. Fact, he said he'd keep the government closed for a very long period of time Munster even year. This is where Orlando turns first for breaking news news ninety six point five WDBO twelve seventeen on Orlando's news at noon. I'm Gene Wexler continuing. Coverage of our top stories. Breaking news three arrests made in the fatal shooting of a young woman who was found dead in Kissimmee yesterday morning twenty one year old Nicole Juliet morale as found dead on the ground at the Arbor's of Sendero condo complex, not far from one. Ninety two Kissimmee police now charging her on off boyfriend Michael us with first degree murder of two other men charged with accessory and evidence tampering. Well, they're back today seems like I was just here yesterday ES, you were hundreds of thousands of students in orange and seminal counties. Went back to class today for the first time since before Christmas that means you. You saw a lot more buses on the morning commute. Also the first day of classes, both at UCF in Seminole state college. Osceola school's back tomorrow. A Michigan family coming back from a trip to Florida was killed in a wrong way. Crash in Kentucky say a salmon Reema Abbass were driving northbound on I seventy five in Kentucky with their three children. When a pickup truck travelling southbound hit their SUV head on investigators say they believe the driver of the pickup truck Lee, Bailey was under the influence Osama bosses. Great uncle Hassan. Abbass says the deaths are a loss for the community. Anybody can hit about this. Is gonna feel it all five members of the family and Bailey were killed in that crash. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO how about this government shutdown update. Some federal prison workers in Florida say the criminals are eating better than they are for inmates at the Coleman federal correctional complex just outside. Orlando thousands of murderers and gang members were served state dinners on New Year's day by unpaid federal guards. And it's not just the workers who find it ironic. Coleman prison union chief Joe Rowe Haas tells NBC news that while the prisoners feasted on a holiday spread of MAC and cheese, garlic, biscuits and pies. They laughed and mocked the disgruntled staff who are being forced to work without pay. In a statement the bureau of prisons says holiday meals are planned weeks in advance to promote morale for the inmate population. Samantha Jordan, news ninety six point five WDBO guy. We already got one reaction to this think about that steak dinners come on now. It must be nice steak dinners prison. Unbelievable. Make you a steak dinner. If you were my prisoners, Scott. Thank you, buddy. Appreciate that. You like that comment? I think that wasn't weird. Yeah. It was a little bizarre twelve twenty here at news ninety.
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"Government to try to get more funding for their agencies, and the that is one of the bits of speculation over why Wieland was taken into custody and charged with being a spy f s S. Yeah. That sounds right. Is that what federal security service? Thank you. Chris. That's why we got the best the best research staff and all of America. We've got the news to coming up next. More of your calls on the Frank Beckmann show here on WJR, Detroit. Sixty WJR news, Ken Rogulski, Hongwei crash in Lexington Kentucky has claimed the lives of enorthfield family in the driver who caused the crash was apparently drunk Lexington. Police say they received a report of a white pick-up driving in the wrong direction on northbound. I seventy five just before two thirty in the morning. The crash killed a family of five from northville, and the driver Forty-one-year-old. Joey Bailey died the family members killed in the crash. Forty two year old Asama boss. Thirty eight year old doctor Reema Abbass, their fourteen year old son Ali there thirteen year old daughter Isabella and another seven year old daughter Giselle, the family was traveling home from a trip to Florida Raymond obese was a well-known doctor in Dearborn with Beaumont health in the family was heavily involved in the community counselors will help students at a Utica school. After a fifteen year old McComb township boy was struck by a car and killed while walking along twenty five mile road near Hayes when he was. Struck over the weekend. Police say the driver was thirty three year old man. They're investigating. Supreme court Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, will miss a supreme court session today. She continues to recover from surgery. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story for the first time in more than two decades on the bench Justice Ginsburg is missing a session. A supreme court spokeswoman says Ginsburg is working from home and will participate in the cases using briefs filings and transcripts of oral arguments..
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"Eight five nine zero nine five seven, and we're going to issue a very special award. Just wait. I'm sorry that I wasn't here last week. It was more timely than but it's still time and we'll cover it for you on the Frank Beckmann show right here after Dick's news next here on WJR, Detroit. Seven sixteen. WJR news, Ken Rogulski. Security administration or TSA has been hit. With a case of the blue flu was hundreds of TSA employees have called in sick this week. Correspondent Rene Marsh reports. Senior officials with the agency dispute concerns over safety because of the shutdown. They say that the call outs began over the holiday, and they have increased, but he assays saying that these callouts are not yet at a significant level where it's impacting security procedures or wait times. However, many of the TSA officials that I'm speaking to says that could certainly change in the days or weeks to come as the shutdown drags on. A call was placed to officials at Detroit metro airport on whether the blue flu is spread to our area. No word yet. If there had been any delays on arrivals or departures enorthfield family of five killed when their vehicle they were riding in was struck by a drunk wrong way. Driver in Kentucky. Now funeral services are planned in two schools are dealing with the shock of the death of three children. The Abbass family was returning from vacation. In in Florida when the crash occurred, according to the Lexington police department a white pick-up truck going the wrong way on northbound. I seventy five when it hit the families SUV head on the SUV caught fire. The driver of the pickup Forty-one-year-old Joey Bailey of Georgetown, Kentucky was also killed the family Asama, boss. Dr Reema Abbass and their children fourteen year old Ali Isabela who's thirteen in Genucel is seven Dr Abbass worked at Beaumont Dearborn. She was a family practice doctor there. The family was involved in many community activities. Alina Isabella went to the hillside school Giselle went to the Amerman school district is already offering counseling to the children. The district says it's making plans to recognize an honor the lives of the Abbass children visitation is that the Islamic center of America in Dearborn on Ford road services will be held tomorrow at nine thirty AM at the Islamic center in the family will be buried at noon Tuesday at the Islamic memorial gardens in. In westland. He's doing court today because he brought a loaded gun to school. And he's only ten years old with more WJR's. Gene, Fogel, police say the boy brought the gun to the Spain elementary and middle school on December fifth and other students. Saw the gun and told a teacher the student was stopped. And searched officials say there was no evidence he planned to use the gun at school. A hearing scheduled for today in the Lincoln hall of Justice. The boy has been suspended from school. His mother said the boy had been therapy before. And we'll be home schooled for now. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. It wasn't the night that the stars of the star is worn movie and hope for Jim Roope reports. However, it wasn't completely left out of the win column at the Golden Globes last night, the fourth remake of a star is born was expected to take the top categories. But one only one that's the original song. Shallow. Oh my goodness. Thank you so much everyone. We're so happy to be here. Lady Gaga may have been vested in the best actress category, but says she's a winner for being part of this project. The screenplay was brilliant. I was so so inspiring book was named best comedy film on the TV side. The Kaminsky method won for best comedy series and the Americans won for best drama series. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. And with a look at sports, here's Sean. Well, good morning everybody. The capital's knock off the wings by a score of three two two yesterday at Little Caesars arena wings have the day off return to action and conclude a five game homestand in a tilt against the Montreal Canadians. Little Caesars arena will be busy tonight. However as the pistons hosts the San Antonio Spurs. How 'bout Michigan basketball? They knocked off Indiana, seventy four to sixty three they moved to fifteen and oh on the season and a two way tie between Michigan and Michigan state atop the big ten standings college football season ends tonight. Alabama and Clemson, eight o'clock college football national championship game. I'm Shawn baligian. Seven sixty WJR sports, traffic and.
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"Sixty WJR news, dick Hafner. This would have been a day that the Abbass family of northville would be talking about their vacation in Florida instead funerals are planned for them. Schools are dealing with children who are shocked and crying about the loss of their friends. Forty two year old Issam Abbass is on wife. Thirty eight year old doctor Remo Abbass along with their three children were killed in the crash on I seventy five in Lexington Kentucky has gotten a lot of attention here. Of course, the couple and their children fourteen year old Ali thirteen year old Isabella and seventy year old Giselle all heading home from vacation in Florida. The driver of the pickup truck that hit their SUV Forty-one-year-old Joe. Roy Bailey of that area in Lexington was believed to have been drunk. He was killed their vehicles all engulfed in flames. Reema Abbass was a well known doctor what the Beaumont health system. Her husband is on worked as a realtor in the area. He was an attorney Hossan Obas is his brother anybody can hit about this tragedy. Is going to feel it. We have to accept this is the work of God. We don't know. But we believe that this family went to another world the are going to remain alive. We believe that death is not the termination that is the imam at the Islamic center in Dearborn worthy. Abbass family were prominent members visitation is tonight, the funerals are tomorrow for that family counselors will also help students at a Yuriko school today. After a fifteen year old McComb township boy was hit by a car and killed while he was walking along twenty-five mile road near Hayes at night. He was hit by a car over the weekend. Police say the driver was a thirty three year old man. The McComb county sheriff is investigating flu activity on the rise the centers for disease control and prevention says the number of children who have died of flu also was on the right numbers from the centers for disease control and prevention Friday show that the situation. Is getting worse. Nineteen states are showing high levels of flu activity compared with nine states last week as correspondent Elizabeth Cohen, the border wall battle the government shutdown resulting from it goes on no end in sight, Sherman Blakely was deemed on essential federal worker, that means she's still has to go to job as a mental health counselor despite not getting paid ironic that the people who are making decisions are still getting paid. But we have to not get paid and still do our job on the wall battle. Here's correspondent Bob Constantini. There's not going to be any bend on his part. President Trump says of the government shutdown was his battle for border wall. Funding at the heart of it all before a quick trip to Camp, David the president calling on democratic leaders to lead humor.
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"Looking at it were all in and around morale was at the time of her death. Police say Morales did not live in the complex. But was there often to visit her boyfriend who police are talking to a Michigan family returning from a trip to Florida was killed in a wrong way. Crash in Kentucky. Police say osaman Rena Abbass were driving northbound on I seventy five in Kentucky with their three children. When a pickup truck travelling southbound hit their SUV head on investigators say they believe the driver of the pickup truck Lee, Bailey was under the influence Osama bosses. Great uncle Hassan. Abbass says the death. Are a loss for the community. Anybody can hit about this tragedy. Is gonna feel all five members of the family and Bailey were killed in that crash. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO. You're listening to the seven am expanded newsfeed Omri, computer. We bring you fifteen straight minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. The father of a student shot and killed in the parkland school massacre. It's been appointed to the state board of education. It will likely be one of Rick Scott's last appointments as governor the Senator elect appointing Andy Pollack to the state's board of Ed politics daughter meadow, was one of the seventeen victims of the Marjory stoneman Douglas shooting last Valentine's Day meadow in eighteen year old senior at the time was shot nine times and found in a closet Pollock who has met with President Trump several times told the south Florida sun sentinel, what he hopes to accomplish is accountability at the local level. Tony marino. News ninety six point five WDBO. Well, were you surprised by this after a weekend full of negotiations? No deal on that partial government shutdown. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington. Once again, raising the possibility of going around congress to build a border wall. President Trump also wants more embraced the idea of not having a concrete wall. The partial shutdown is now in its third week has some eight hundred thousand federal workers may not get their regular paycheck this Friday, and the college football playoff national championship. Game will be on news ninety six point five WDBO. This evening will kickoff coverage at seven pm sharp. You can hear the game on the radio via our app or by telling Alexa, play news ninety six point five. WDBO TSA says they're going to phase out the pointy eared dogs at the airports because pointy eared dogs scared children. To the dogs is to be taught. So let's put a dog in there that looks so cute that a kid runs up and hugs it. Then here come the lawsuit. What could possibly.
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"Northville family of five on the way back home. After a vacation in Florida. They should be at home today. Just waking up talking about their fun vacation. Instead, they're all dead. They were hit by a drunk driver. In Kentucky services are planned here. Schools are responding. And then they community is in shock. Many people have shown up at the Islamic center in Dearborn. We don't know how to feel with how express it it is. Doc. Us by surprise. See? This is not only for us now for the family. It's for the whole community. And for the humanity to anybody. Can hit about this tragedy? He's going to feel it is tation for the family is tonight at the Islamic center in Dearborn. The funeral is tomorrow. Forty two year old Issam Abbass an attorney and developer thirty eight year old Reema Abbass, Dr Abaza family physician with the Beaumont health system there. Three children fourteen year old Ali thirteen year old Isabella and seven year old Giselle Obas all killed police say the driver of the pickup that smashed into the families SUV was Forty-one-year-old Joey Bailey of Georgetown, Kentucky, he entered northbound I seventy five going in the wrong direction. He was believed to be drunk, and he's dead to the family was involved in many community activities and their family helped establish the mosque and the Islamic centre Ali and Isabella went to the hillside school Giselle attended Amerman school in the north Bill district. The district is ready to offer counseling to the children. The district says it's making plans to recognize an honor the lives of the Abbass children. The war of the wall. President Trump is considering an executive order to declare a national emergency to push through funding to build the border wall. Here's correspondent Laura FOX with her interpretation. Clearing, a national emergency could allow the president to bypass congress and use military funding to build the wall. But Democrats insist this move would be challenged in court. The Chinese foreign ministry says China and the US want to work together on trade correspondent Matt rivers says that who size are holding face-to-face talks for the first time in a trade war is hurting China's economy, and that is true. That said there's a lot of stock market volatility in the United States right now, there's a little bit of pessimism about the US economy going into twenty nine thousand nine now that we're past the new year. So what you see is maybe some hope for a deal in that both sides might have a little bit more incentive giving economic situation on both sides navy both sides want to come to a deal more. So than they did the last time they talked over. However, here's the story that probably. Is the most important thing happening in China today? It's tesla tesla has begun building. It's Shanghai, gigafactory, as they're calling an Elon Musk was the man breaking the ground there. The company aims to start production of the tesla model three the cheapest tesla model at the end of the year. This is the biggest foreign manufacturing project in the history of Shanghai Shanghai has a lot of manufacturing there. For example. General Motors has a giant Shanghai RND development center there. Tesla plans to make two hundred fifty thousand cars a year in that factory. And eventually tesla says they want to increase its capacity to five hundred thousand vehicles that would be five times the number of vehicles the company currently produces in the US. So this would make tesla basically a Chinese manufacturing company. Washington is trying to reassure allies that the US will be methodical. Now the words be slower about withdrawing troops from Syria. The work week begins at the new York Stock Exchange. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Says that large swings apparently are here to stay for the time being news time six thirty four. Here's Shawn baligian. Sports. Well, good morning. Good morning. Everybody the wings fall to the to the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals yesterday. At Little Caesars arena by a score of three two two wings are back in action Tuesday night when the haves come to town, the Montreal Canadians. Meanwhile, pistons they're going to be occupying Little Caesars arena tonight when they host the San Antonio, Spurs Michigan knocks off Indiana in college basketball, seventy four to sixty three over age of fifteen know any two-way tie between Michigan and Michigan state in the big ten. And of course, college football season comes to an end tonight. Eight o'clock, it's the college football national championship between Alabama. And Clemson, I'm Sean believe seven sixty WJR sports traffic, and this is the era.
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"Have a crisis at the border of drugs human beings, being traffic all over the world. They're coming through. He is suggested a declaration could allow him to build the border wall. But Democrats insist there is a way around the standoff over wall funding. Here's congressman David cellini. What we're saying is open up the government. We'll have a short term extension for the department of homeland security. So we can resolve this disagreement, but we need to reopen. The government it's day seventeen of the partial shutdown eight hundred thousand federal workers either off the job or working without pay the US and China are holding a new round of talks trying to resolve the ongoing trade dispute. Fox's Simon Owen monitoring live from London day both sides expressing optimism is told us began in Beijing. It's an attempt to build on a truce struck by President Trump and Chinese president sheet. But since those two leaders met last month, neither country has suggested it's ready to budge in a dispute. That scene tariffs imposed on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of influence as the talks began China filed a protest after spotting a US wash it in the South China Sea, disputed waters, China claims as it so Dave Simon there and morning in Michigan. A family of five killed earliest today on a highway in Kentucky when a suspected drunk driver going the wrong way hit their SUV had on like a dream. A bad dream. It's a front of the Abbass family that was headed back from a Florida vacation. They Hannah the Golden Globes last night on NBC. Fox's Michelle Pollino was there. In Hollywood interracial road trip movie. Green book led the Golden Globes with rewards and the comedy or musical category. But for best picture drama as surprise to everyone, including the filmmakers bohemian rhapsody. Wow..
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"And wcbMcom. We'll President Trump declared a national emergency at the border. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. We have a crisis at the border of drugs of human beings being traffic all over the world. They're coming through, and he is adjusted the declaration could allow him to build the border wall. But Democrats insist there is a way around the standoff over wall funding. Here's congressman David cellini. What we're saying is open up. The government will have a short term extension for the department of homeland security. So we can resolve this disagreement, but we need to reopen the government and stay seventeen of the partial shutdown eight hundred thousand federal workers either off the job or working without pay the US and China are holding a new round of talks trying to resolve the ongoing trade dispute. Fox's Simon Owen monitoring live from London day both sides expressing optimism is told us begin in Beijing, it's an attempts to build on a truce struck by President Trump and Chinese president sheet. But since those two leaders met last month, neither country has suggested it's red. Ready to budge in a dispute that scene tariffs imposed on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of imports. As the talks began China filed a protest after spotting a US wash it in the South China Sea, disputed waters China claims as it said in there and morning in Michigan. A family of five killed earliest today on a highway in Kentucky when a suspected drunk driver going the wrong way hit their SUV had on like a dream. It's like a bad dream. It's a front of the Abbass family that was headed back from a Florida vacation the Hinna the Golden Globes last night on NBC. Fox's Michelle Pollino was there. In Hollywood interracial road trip movie. Green book led the Golden Globes with rewards and the comedy or musical category. But for best picture drama a surprise to everyone, including the filmmakers, so he made rhapsody. Wow..
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"Conservationists say carcasses of nearly ninety elephants have been found near a famous wildlife sanctuary in Botswana elephant populations across Africa have been badly affected by poaching. Butts wanna had escaped much of the killing despite having the world's largest elephant population. Good management and a tough approach to conservation had kept the ivory poachers at bay. But in you area wildlife survey, which is still only halfway through has already discovered. The caucuses of eighty-seven elephants killed within the last three months most of them with a tusks removed. Poaching in neighboring countries has forced many elephants across the open border into Botswana it now appears those pursuing ivory have followed the.
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"Invoice at a bus had repeated antisemitic slurs the us israel and the european union also condemned the remarks abbass has issued a rare apology in a statement he said if people were offended especially people of the jewish faith i apologize to them he said the holocaust was quote the most heinous crime in history and he condemned antisemitism but israel's defense minister said the apology was unacceptable he argued a boss had a history of denying holocaust history daniel estrin npr news jerusalem on wall street just before the close the dow is up three hundred thirty two points the snp was up thirty three this is npr a federal judge in the trial of former trump campaign chairman paul manafort is questioning whether the bank fraud conspiracy and tax charges are related to the investigation into russian interference in the twenty sixteen election the charges were brought by special counsel robert muller in court today the judge said prosecutors don't really care about bank fraud they just want to get information from manafort about president trump manafort's lawyers have argued the special counsel doesn't have the authority to prosecute him for actions before the presidential campaign nasa is latest mars mission is set to launch from vandenberg air force base in california early tomorrow morning as npr's joe palca reports the insight mission is designed to study the interior of mars nasa has launched multiple missions to study the surface and atmosphere on mars but the planet's interior structure is a bit of a mystery insight deputy principal investigator sue smart car says to really understand a planet you'll have to know how.
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"Nine hundred ninety nine after hurricane mitch many have since fled to the us to escape violence mark unger a political science professor at brooklyn college says deporting hondurans now would be in the stake sending back there would be disaster for them because the high rates of poverty violence and this will add to the pressure on the country and the conditions which lead to instability and people flying again the trump administration has already ended tps designations for thousands of salvadoran nicaraguan nepalese and haitian nationals windsor johnston npr news washington palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas apologized today for remarks he made earlier this week in speaking to the palestine liberation parliament on monday abbass said jews in europe face persecution before the holocaust because of their function in society including what he described as unfair money london lending in a statement released today a boss said if people were offended especially people of the jewish faith i apologize to them on wall street at this hour the dow is up three hundred seventy eight points this is npr news from news i'm jeremy siegel uc berkeley officials have officially unveiled player plans to build student housing on people's park a long contested piece of land and site for activism the new housing would accommodate about a thousand students and as many as one hundred twenty five homeless people some who currently live in the area a quarter of the park will remain open while opponents to the plan say the park remains relevant uc berkeley spokesman dan mogul off says the space had become rife with crime based on what we're hearing it seems pretty clear that the community now in twenty eight team understands that the status quo really doesn't serve anyone's interest mogul off says the park is among nine sites that will be developed in an effort to alleviate the most severe student housing shortage in the uc system the two year construction effort is expected to begin in twenty twenty oakland city council is set to spend nearly four hundred thousand dollars to install new refillable water bottle stations at more than one hundred district schools the money comes from the city is one cent per ounce tax on sugar sweetened drinks that voters approved in two thousand sixteen and it comes.