17 Burst results for "Adam Riley"

"adam riley" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

05:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"adam riley" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"You know how I reading that you feel like this has just made me feel better because I'm not on my own. And that for me is, I find talking about it, gets it out of my head. That's me caring for my head. So why not talk about it to an audience who struggle themselves or maybe know somebody who struggled again our whole for you, yours and theirs. It's actually about building this amazing community, which I've been doing for 2030 odd years. And you know, I get as much pleasure from a beautiful fragrance washing my face and it feeling clean. Washing my hair and having a head massage as brushing my hair as, you know, I go to a barbers and get my hair cut for my head care for my time for me. And actually what I started to realize was I loved the fashion. I love a good pair of shoes. I love doing my garden. I love my pets. I love my family. You know, archive is I know you know, but it's Adam Riley and Kenny and we adopted Riley 5 years ago and it was the most incredible learning. And again, it was about head care. Way of becoming one as a family was very much about touch and the fact that we had rescued dogs and Riley felt a part of that pack and the R. Kelly of it and really good friend of mine Caroline gave us three beautiful pots actually. They're here. And Riley put them together and it said, arc and we were like, how strange it's arc, there's a rescuing element to this. And actually, of course, adopting a child is a big thing, but I actually think for me and my mental health, it was a real turning point in my journey to understand it was massive for me. And again, there's that rescuing element that comes from that. And then of course, archive, as you said, and as I've spoken about, is this sort of 35 year history of hair and head cat and talking to people and listening and storytelling and people making me feel great and me helping to make people feel great and that's all coming into this incredible exciting, exciting brand. We're going to talk about some of the questions. Get emotional. Cry it out. You know me. And when you again, sometimes when you talk to a friend who knows what you do and what goes into it, it's so special, and it isn't just another product, it's an incredible brand community built brand. And I think what I appreciate is what I appreciate about archive so much. Is the genesis is the seed, which is, I remember when I was at my lowest, there would be times when it would be a struggle to get out of bed and I would want to wash my hair and I would want to shower, obviously. But it felt like I was wearing ten ton bricks on my feet to get to the bathroom. And then getting in the shower stops being about functional cleaning your hair. And you try and get it over really quickly. And so when you yeah, when you have products like these, that everything that's gone into it is so you're in that darkest place. Or even if you're not, but if you're in that darkest place, if you've made that bargain with yourself, if you manage to get into the shower, you are going to be bolstered by a thousand Friends holding you up. And it sounds really ridiculous. That is, I know that that's what you've put into the products in a probably witchy way that I don't want to unpick too much. That's what it feels like. It is a support system weirdly. It really, really is. And again, you know, I've done it about, of course, the formulas are insane. And again, as I said, and I said to you earlier, I'm sort of waiting for it all to go wrong. And it's not going to. I've worked with the most incredible people to create incredible formulations that of course, if actually all you do is wash your hair. It's going to look and feel nice, and it's going to smell nice. You don't have to blow dry it. You don't have to style it. Just to leave it, is sometimes all you need to do and it gives you that boost. It did for me when I wasn't well. So I've also got incredible scalp care in there because again, my whole thing. If you can get a couple more days into your regime, it's incredible and if you have a healthy scalp, you have healthy hair. We've then got great primers, oils, and stylus. That if you want to blow dry your hair and you want it to look amazing and big and bouncy and cross the and healthy and you know that beautiful sort of soft textural hair that I love. Of course it will do that. But if you just want to tie your hair back and it looks healthy and shiny, you're going to have an incredible result there. So whatever your result, there's something for you. And again, I know the primer, the prologue, the primer, is for me it's all about the start of your story. You'll know, but you'll see with a lot of the products all day every day, the shampoo and the conditioner is all about thinking.

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"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:20 min | 8 months ago

"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Public radio on election day in the city of boston as you just heard on the news henry santoro and the pulse open at seven o'clock and we're going to have a very busy election day right here. We are and by the way for those who are worried. Marjorie was wasn't jury duty yesterday. She engineer to quick guilty verdict. So she can be back for election all done marjorie. Aided walpole's jim you gotta get out of there back in any case. Today's merrill preliminary will get us that much closer to finding out who will make history as the first person of color elected mayor of a city that has majority minority. That would be boston. it's a race. It's getting national attention but we'll enough. Bostonians take advantage of being a part of this historic moment by turning out to vote. All five of the major candidates will call into the show today so if you want to hear their final pitch i would stick around. Join us online. I though for his take on which candidates may have an advantage who could be the wildcard and the issues that are driving people bowls is gbh reporter adam riley adam rowley courses co host of the scrum politics adam. Thanks so much for calling in. Hey guys thanks for having me so as you well know polls have michelle ruinous with a significant lead going into this kind of a tight race for second among johnny campbell. And this asaba george. Anything change expected any surprises or no. Or what do you think. I am not expecting anything to change with machel..

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"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Thank you. Charlie joins us regularly. He's a news analyst and gbh where he also heads up the ground truth project again. Early rates talked to stay safe coming up the battle city hall. Gbh is adam riley and serreyah winter smith join us to go over to the state of boston's may oral race and other local political headlines. He dial on eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio. Welcome back.

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"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Republicans are pushing for voting restrictions in states across america. Just kill the voting rights bill in the senate and they're still peddling lies about who won the last election washington post columnist. J. dion argues their actions have made clear. Saving democracy is become a partisan issue in the democrats need full party. Unity any hope of doing so and you know what that means. The young will join us. To discuss on jared boeing margery. Egan governor charlie. Baker is already facing attacks from to democratic candidates who are criticizing his 'incrementalist approach to governing. But so far. He hasn't announced whether he's running for re election himself. Gbh political reporters adam riley and sarah winter. Join us to discuss. The latest in the governor's race and local elections. That's all ahead on boston. Public radio the boston public radio Also.

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"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"People were urged not together with others. The emerald necklace with it's lush green spaces from franklin park to charles gate fried. The place for city was to outside their homes and now live. Events are returning to parks across the city conservancy president karen monte which wants to discuss all the ways you can utilize the emerald necklace this summer. Jared bowen in for jim brownies. The boston city council voted to give themselves power to remove its president. Who just so happens to be acting. Mayor kim janey. The move comes before an election where multiple counselors are running to be mayor and serves as a reminder that she hasn't actually ascended to the full role yet. Gbh is adam riley and sarah winter smith join us for the latest city hall developments ahead on boston. Public radio boston public radio. Jim brady is off today. Gbh.

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"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And they're right to do so. But life doesn't let you do things in the proper order. Aleksei Navalny was medevac'd to Germany last year after he was poisoned with a nerve agent. He was immediately arrested when he returned to Russia on an old case that the European Court of Justice had described as unlawful and arbitrary. Germany's foreign minister called his sentencing a bitter blow to the rule of law in Russia. The U. S is likely to work together with Germany and other partners in Europe on more targeted sanctions. I could she saw that happening, that's probably not going to do very much to free navalny from jail. Georgetown University's Angela Stent says the U. S has a careful balancing act in Russia. With very limited in what we could do to affect what happens inside Russia. You know, we've had 30 years of democracy promotion and what we have is an increasingly authoritarian Russia. Vladimir Putin has been in power since Bill Clinton was president of the United States. But stent says his crackdown on Navalny may be a sign of weakness. These are not the acts of a really self confident leader. Former Assistant Secretary of State for Europe Dan Freed agrees, saying Putin's early years were marked with stability and growth, but he's been running out of steam and ideas and his government is more and more Just a kleptocratic scheme to keep them all rich. And now Bonnie has exposed that with his fabulous documentary about from his palace. More than 100. Million people have watched Navalny's YouTube video freed once the US to pick up on that and take early steps together with its friends in Europe to impose some costs on corrupt Russian officials. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Some American elected officials have lately discovered angry people outside their homes. New Hampshire's Republican governor, Chris Sununu, had armed protesters. Outside his house. And then there's the targeting of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker in the seaside community of Swamp Skit. GBH radios. Adam Riley has more. It's easy to feel envious when you see Charlie Baker's home. It's a handsome Victoria in a gorgeous neighborhood right by a stunning stretch of coastline, but on dozens of occasions over the past year, the scene here has been anything but idyllic. We were exercising our First Amendment rights Last year, Boston anti addiction activist Domingos Derosa got hit with a restraining order after dumping used needles on the sidewalk. A man from Danvers Nearby suburb was charged after walking right inside. And then there are the regular visits from Diane Applause supporter of Donald Trump, who refers to the governor as Char lie, Baker. I'm in front of the home of governor, Charlie Baker. Was in bed with the Chinese Communist Party. And the Muslim Brotherhood for months plus and her allies have been setting up in the vicinity of Baker's home, wearing a host of fire, right grievances and unfounded conspiracy theories like these and clashing with counter protesters classes. Protests are a political migraine for Baker and his neighbors, but they're also taking a toll on Swampscott. Town administrator Sean Fitzgerald sites, traffic woes, police overtime and the sheer toxicity of the gatherings which can be seen and heard from a nearby elementary school. The vitriol is just so offensive. You're seeing a Confederate flag. Right on our Civil war monument really should cause everyone to really pause and think you know what's going on here in New Hampshire, the town where Governor Christie New New lives band picketing a private residences. But Fitzgerald says that given the first Amendment, Swampscott doesn't have many options that troubles Tammy Faye may need one of just a few Swampscott residents of color and the leader of an ongoing town discussion about racism. She has also been publicly targeted by Diana Plus who's falsely accused the need of being a Chinese operative She has mentioned being by name. Has called me out in terms of wondering why I moved from Roxbury too swollen, Scott. I thought to myself, you know, maybe this will pass. But it didn't And now, minutes says the simple act of leaving her home has become harrowing. It's scary going out, particularly with my son, I'm a very recognizable person. I have blue locks, and I'm a black female. As a result, my need is working with the Swampscott PD to ensure her safety, Fitzgerald says As he looks ahead to 2021. He's guardedly optimistic. Sometimes it takes conflict to actually Open up a perspective, that's better. I wish we could have avoided a lot of it. But there may be a silver lining at a time when darker alternatives are all too easy to imagine. For NPR News. I'm Adam Riley in Swampscott, Massachusetts. This is NPR news right here on KQED Public radio. It's 7 19. Thank you for listening in Nevado. Joe McConnell has some traffic.

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"adam riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And they're right to do so. But life doesn't let you do things in a proper order. Aleksei Navalny was medevac'd to Germany last year after he was poisoned with a nerve agent. He was immediately arrested when he returned to Russia on an old case that the European Court of Justice had described as unlawful in arbitrary Germany's foreign minister called his sentencing a bitter blow to the rule of law in Russia. The U. S is likely to work together with Germany and other partners in Europe on more targeted sanctions. I could see some of that happening. That's probably not going to do very much to free navalny from jail. Georgetown University's Angela Stent says the U. S has a careful balancing act in Russia. With very limited in what we can do to affect what happens inside Russia. You know, we've had 30 years of democracy promotion and what we have is an increasingly authoritarian Russia. Vladimir Putin has been in power since Bill Clinton was president of the United States. But stent says his crackdown on Navalny may be a sign of weakness. These are not the act of a really self confident leader. Former Assistant Secretary of State for Europe Dan Freed agrees, saying Putin's early years were marked with stability and growth, but he's been running out of steam and ideas and his government is more and more Just a kleptocratic scheme to keep them all rich and of only has exposed that with his fabulous documentary about brooms Palace more than 100. Million people have watched Navalny's YouTube video Freed wants the U. S to pick up on that and take early steps together with its friends in Europe to impose some costs on corrupt Russian officials. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Some American elected officials have lately discovered angry people outside their homes. New Hampshire's Republican governor, Chris Sununu, had armed protesters. Outside his house. And then there's the targeting of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker in the seaside community of Swamp Skit. GBH radios. Adam Riley has more. It's easy to feel envious when you see Charlie Baker's home. It's a handsome Victoria in a gorgeous neighborhood right by a stunning stretch of coastline, but on dozens of occasions over the past year, the scene here has been anything but idyllic. We were exercising our First Amendment rights Last year, Boston anti addiction activist Domingos Derosa got hit with a restraining order after dumping used needles on the sidewalk. A man from Danvers, a nearby suburb, was charged after walking right inside. And then there are the regular visits from Diana, plus supporter of Donald Trump, who refers to the governor as Char lie, Baker. I'm in front of the home of governor, Charlie Baker. Was in bed with the Chinese Communist Party. And the Muslim Brotherhood for months plus and her allies have been setting up in the vicinity of Baker's home, wearing a host of far right grievances and unfounded conspiracy theories like these and clashing with counter protesters. Pluses. Protests are a political migraine for Baker and his neighbors, but they're also taking a toll on Swampscott. Town administrator Sean Fitzgerald sites, traffic woes, police overtime and the sheer toxicity of the gatherings which could be seen and heard from a nearby elementary school. The vitriol is just so offensive, you know, seeing a Confederate flag. Right on our Civil war monument really should cause everyone to really pause and think you know what's going on here in New Hampshire, the town where Governor Christie New New lives band picketing a private residences, But Fitzgerald says they've given the First Amendment Swampscott doesn't have many options that troubles Tammy Faye may need one of just a few Swampscott residents of color and the leader of an ongoing town discussion about racism. She has also been publicly targeted by Diana Plus who's falsely accused the need of being a Chinese operative She has mentioned being by name. Has called me out in terms of wondering why I moved from Roxbury too, Swampscott. I thought to myself, you know, maybe this will pass. But it didn't And now I need says the simple act of leaving her home has become harrowing. It's scary going out, particularly with my son. I'm a very recognizable person. I have blue locks, and I'm a black female. As a result, my need is working with the Swampscott PDP to ensure her safety, Fitzgerald says. As he looks ahead to 2021. He's guardedly optimistic. Sometimes it takes conflict to actually Open up a perspective that's better. I wish we could have avoided a lot of it. But It may be a silver lining at a time when darker alternatives are all too easy to imagine for NPR news. I'm Adam.

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"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And they're right to do so. But life doesn't let you do things in the proper order. Alexander Vanni was medevac'd to Germany last year after he was poisoned with a nerve agent. He was immediately arrested when he returned to Russia on an old case that the European Court of Justice had described as unlawful and arbitrary. Germany's foreign minister called his sentencing a bitter blow to the rule of law and Russia. The U. S is likely to work together with Germany and other partners in Europe on more targeted sanctions. I could see some of that happening. That's probably not going to do very much to free navalny from jail. Georgetown University's Angela Stent says the U. S has a careful balancing act in Russia. With very limited in what we could do to affect what happens inside Russia. You know, we've had 30 years of democracy promotion and what we have is an increasingly authoritarian Russia. Vladimir Putin has been in power since Bill Clinton was president of the United States. But stent says his crackdown on Navalny may be a sign of weakness. These are not the acts of a really self confident leader. Former Assistant Secretary of State for Europe Dan Freed agrees, saying Putin's early years were marked with stability and growth, but he's been running out of steam and ideas and his government is more and more Just a kleptocratic scheme to keep them all rich and of only has exposed that with his fabulous documentary about Putin's palace more than 100 million people have watched Navalny's YouTube video Freed wants the U. S to pick up on that and take early steps together with its friends in Europe to impose some costs on corrupt Russian officials. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Some American elected officials have lately discovered angry people outside their homes. New Hampshire's Republican governor, Chris Sununu, had armed protesters. Outside his house. And then there's the targeting of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker in the seaside community of Swamp Skit. GBH radios. Adam Riley has more. It's easy to feel envious when you see Charlie Baker's home. It's a handsome Victoria in a gorgeous neighborhood right by a stunning stretch of coastline, but on dozens of occasions over the past year, the scene here has been anything but idyllic. We were exercising our First Amendment rights Last year, Boston anti addiction activist Domingos Derosa got hit with a restraining order after dumping used needles on the sidewalk. A man from Danvers Nearby suburb was charged after walking right inside. And then there are the regular visits from Diane Applause supporter of Donald Trump, who refers to the governor as Char lie, Baker. I'm in front of the home of governor Charlie Baker, who's in bed with the Chinese Communist Party. And the Muslim Brotherhood for months plus and her allies have been setting up in the vicinity of Baker's home, wearing a host of fire, right grievances and unfounded conspiracy theories like these and clashing with counter protesters. Bosses. Protests are a political migraine for Baker and his neighbors, but they're also taking a toll on Swampscott. Town administrator Sean Fitzgerald sites, traffic woes, police overtime and the sheer toxicity of the gatherings which can be seen and heard from a nearby elementary school. The vitriol is just so offensive, you see a Confederate flag. Right on our Civil war monument really should cause everyone to really pause and think you know what's going on here in New Hampshire, the town where Governor Chris and New New lives band picketing a private residences, But Fitzgerald says that given the first Amendment, Swampscott doesn't have many options that troubles Tammy Faye may need one of just a few Swampscott residence of color and the leader of an ongoing town discussion about racism. She has also been publicly targeted by Diana Plus who's falsely accused the need of being a Chinese operative She has mentioned being by name. Has called me out in terms of wondering why I moved from Roxbury too swollen, Scott. I thought to myself, you know, maybe this will pass. But it didn't And now, minutes says the simple act of leaving her home has become harrowing..

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"adam riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And how are they shaping their defense? Will trump's to new lawyers are David shown? And Bruce Castor junior, and what they say in their filing is that the proceedings against Trump are unconstitutional because he is no longer in office, they say. The Constitution requires that a person be in office to be impeached and tried before the Senate. And since Trump is clearly out of office. This trial, in their view is is moot. Now there is a legal debate on this point. Scholars do come down on both sides of the question. The House managers for their part in their case argued that this is indeed constitutional and that a president has to be held accountable for his actions. From the first day to the last day of his presidency. They say there is no January exception. But what may be more pertinent here is that the constitutionality argument seems like something that's registering with a lot of Senate Republicans since 45 of them voted last week that impeaching a former president. Was interview unconstitutional. Yeah, that's politically pertinent, although, of course there's also this president, where a former official was, in fact, put on trial before the Senate in in the past, So we know what the facts of the president are there. How is the former president dealing with the big lie here? Everything that, he said, falsely for months leading up to the January 6 attack. His lawyers brought up his Trump's election fraud claims, But I wouldn't say that they focused on them. What they say is that when Trump publicly was challenging the election outcome that he is within his rights to do so that he was just expressing his opinion. They also argue that there's insufficient evidence to conclude that Trump's claims of fraud or false now his lawyers gloss over the fact that dozens of courts had rejected the Trump campaign's legal challenges to the vote instead. His lawyers spend their time in their brief denying allegations against their client. They deny that trump inside of the mob. They deny that he violated his oath of office and they deny that he committed any sort of high crimes or misdemeanors. So what happens before the trial begins next week? Well, we expect a full trial brief from Trump's legal team by next Monday. And of course, we will keep an eye out to see whether any Republicans start to perhaps waver on supporting Trump. And, of course, a bunch of Republicans would have to vote to convict for there to be a conviction. NPR justice correspondent Ryan Lucas. Thanks thank you. U. S officials expressed outrage when a Russian court ordered opposition leader Alexei Navalny to be sent to prison for more than two years. There's a debate, though, about what the U. S should or even can do. The Biden administration is reviewing its approach to Russia. Here's NPR's Michele Kelemen. At his first daily briefing at the State Department spokesperson, Ned Price made clear that he and his staff want to be on their toes, not on their heels. So they were quick with a statement calling on Russia to free Alex ain of only we're going to look very carefully at the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia. What has happened with Mr Navalny specifically what has happened with the mass detentions of those who have bravely taken to the streets. In the aftermath of Mr Navalny's arrest, Navalny supporters have sent the Biden administration a list of Russian officials that they think should face sanctions. The Atlantic Council's Dan Freed, who used to work on sanctions policy at the State Department, says that's one place to begin. The fastest way to respond is to go after Individuals who were in Putin's corrupt circle or their Children who have gotten rich because their Children of members of Putin's corrupt inner circle and that would be appropriate Given that Navalny himself is an anti corruption activist Freed, says he thinks the Biden administration is sending the right signals so far. President Biden agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin. To extend a key arms control agreement, but made clear that the U. S. Is looking into Russia's troubling behavior elsewhere that includes a cyber attack that experts believe was an espionage operation and reports that the Russians put bounties on U. S soldiers in Afghanistan. The Navalny case poses yet another early test, says freed they will want quite rightly to take a step back and think about Russia policy. And they're right to do so. But life doesn't let you do things in the proper order. Aleksei Navalny was medevac'd to Germany last year after he was poisoned with a nerve agent. He was immediately arrested when he returned to Russia on an old case that the European Court of Justice had described as unlawful in arbitrary Germany's foreign minister called his sentencing a bitter blow to the rule of law in Russia. The U. S is likely to work together with Germany and other partners in Europe on more targeted sanctions. I could see some of that happening. That's probably not going to do very much to free navalny from jail. Georgetown University's Angela Stent says the U. S has a careful balancing act in Russia. With very limited in what we could do to affect what happens inside Russia. You know, we've had 30 years of democracy promotion and what we had is an increasingly authoritarian Russia. Vladimir Putin has been in power since Bill Clinton was president of the United States. But stent says his crackdown on Navalny may be a sign of weakness. These are not the act of a really self confident leader. Former Assistant Secretary of State for Europe Dan Freed agrees, saying Putin's early years were marked with stability and growth, but he's been running out of steam and ideas and his government is more and more Just a kleptocratic scheme to keep them all rich and of only has exposed that with his fabulous documentary about brooms Palace more than 100. Million people have watched Navalny's YouTube video Freed wants the U. S to pick up on that and take early steps together with its friends in Europe to impose some costs on corrupt Russian officials. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Some American elected officials have lately discovered angry people outside their homes. New Hampshire's Republican governor, Chris Sununu, had armed protesters. Outside his house. And then there's the targeting of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker in the seaside community of Swamp Skit. GBH radios. Adam Riley has more. It's easy to feel envious when you see Charlie Baker's home. It's a handsome Victoria in a gorgeous neighborhood.

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"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And we're back. I'm continuing my conversation on the state primary in Massachusetts yesterday with Adam Riley, a political reporter from GBH in Boston. Let's get real here regarding sort of the national optics of this race. I mean seriously in the year 2020. Does anyone under, say the age of 35 or 40 actually care about whether Kennedy Data did not win a primary. That is a great question and what I'm going to try to artfully dodged as I respond to you, I know that there's been there's already brewing pushed back here in Massachusetts. From people who seem tto dislike the idea that this campaign was a referendum on the Kennedy name, and I think they've got a point in that. Um it's also a referendum on Joe Kennedy as a candidate, and he I would say had a hard time articulating a clear convincing rationale for his candidacy, said the market didn't show up to meet with his constituents as much as he should have that he wasn't president up in Massachusetts. He also accused him of not being sufficiently attendance issues involving race and racial injustice. And there were times when those critiques seemed effective. But the problem for Kennedy, I think is that he was making a fierce urgency of now argument. We need a new generation of people who aren't Washington insiders. Well, he was also coming from a family that is kind of embodies. American political insider knows this race. Can't we still receive strong support from the black community in Boston? Why do you think the Kennedy name still holds a weight for voters of color in the state? I think there's no question the Kennedy family in particular J. F K and R F K Are seen among a certain slice of certain slices of the electorate in Massachusetts, as, among other things, civil rights heroes, so the polls did show that among non white voters That was one of Kennedy's stronger Ah, stronger constituencies. And I do attribute that To his family like to see the way people think about the work came JFK did and also to the fact that I think the most effective critique Kennedy made over the course of this campaign was the Marquis isn't attuned enough to issues of race and racial injustice. He put it front and center and then when you have the memory of the family in the background, I think that's I think that's an effective combination. He was trying to get them to come out in, as you know, great numbers as he could, and it didn't. It just wasn't enough in the end. So in another race, we saw Richard Neil hold on to beat Alex Morse in the first district. Was. How did this play out in terms of establishing versus non establishment Democrats? I think In that race, you had much more of a clear, antiestablishment line of attack coming from the challenger. Kennedy struggled to make that I'm not sure he wanted to make that because he is part of the Massachusetts Democratic establishment. As is add Marquis. It was tougher to make that differentiation. Alex Morris Was elected mayor of Holyoke, a struggling city in the western part of the state. When he was I believe, just 22 years old. He was going after Richard Neil on all the points that we're used to hearing. Progressive challengers fromthe left, Go after perceived moderate Democratic, just background Richard Neil, a 31 year incumbent chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, like you're saying Really an established Democrat total? Yeah, the consummate establishment Democrat and he's not signing on the policy proposals like the Green New Deal. Allah Ed Markey, for example. So Morris Tried to make the case that Neil has not leveraged his position in a way that benefits western Massachusetts. That was something I think Neal was able to push back on pretty effectively. He also tried to cast Neil is too beholden to corporate Pac money. Too intent on maintaining the system, as it currently is, rather than trying to fundamentally change the system. That critique I think probably had more half it was something that Morris was ableto. To press to greater game. But as we saw from the results, it wasn't even that close, and I was a little surprised. I have heard from the neo campaign for a couple weeks before Election Day that they were pretty confident. And while they thought this was going to be a strong challenge, one of the stronger ones Neil has faced they didn't think that they were going to be in danger of actually losing. I didn't know if that was bravado or a clear eyed assessment of.

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"adam riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And we're back. I'm continuing my conversation on the state primary in Massachusetts yesterday with Adam Riley, a political reporter for GBH in Boston. Let's get real here regarding sort of the national optics of this race. I mean seriously in the year 2020. Does anyone under, say the age of 35 or 40 actually care about whether Kennedy Did or did not win a primary. That is a great question and what I'm going to try to artfully dodged as I respond to you. I know that there's been there's already brewing push back here in Massachusetts from people who seemed toe Dislike the idea that this campaign was a referendum on the Kennedy name, and I think they've got a point in that. Um it's also a referendum on Joe Kennedy as a candidate, and he I would say had a hard time articulating a clear convincing rationale for his candidacy, said the market didn't show up to meet with his constituents as much as he should have that he wasn't president up in Massachusetts. He also accused him of not being sufficiently attendance issues involving race and racial injustice. Uh and there were times when those critiques seemed effective. But the problem for Kennedy, I think is that he was making up Fierce urgency of now argument. We need a new generation of people who aren't Washington insiders. Well, he was also coming from a family that is kind of embodies. American political insider knows this race. Can we still receive strong support from the black community in Boston? Why do you think the Kennedy name still holds weight for voters of color in the state? I think there's no question the Kennedy family in particular, J. F. K and R F K are seen among a certain slice of certain slices of the electorate in Massachusetts, as, among other things. Civil rights heroes, so the polls did show that among nonwhite voters, that was one of Kennedy's stronger Ah, stronger constituencies, and I do attribute that To his family. Like you see, the way people think about the work are of came JFK did and also to the fact that I think the most effective critique Kennedy made over the course of this campaign was the Marquis isn't attuned enough to issues of race and racial injustice. He put it front and center and then when you have the memory of the family in the background, I think that's I think that's an effective combination. He was trying to get them to come out in. As you know, great numbers as he could, and it didn't. It just wasn't enough in the end. So in another race we saw Richard Neil hold on to beat Alex Morse in the first district was, How did this play out in terms of establishing versus non establishment Democrats? I think In that race, you had much more of a clear, antiestablishment line of attack coming from the challenger. Kennedy struggled to make that I'm not sure he wanted to make that because he is part of the Massachusetts Democratic establishment. As is add Marquis. It was tougher to make that differentiation. Alex Morris Was elected mayor of Holyoke, a struggling city in the western part of the state. When he was I believe, just 22 years old. He was going after Richard Neil on all the points that we're used to hearing. Progressive challengers fromthe left Go after, uh, perceived moderate Democratic, just background Richard Neil, a 31 year incumbent Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, like you're saying, really an established Democrat. Total yet that the consummate establishment Democrat and he's not signing on the policy proposals like the Green New Deal Allah Ed Markey, for example, so Morris Tried to make the case that Neil has not leveraged his position in a way that benefits western Massachusetts. That was something I think Neal was able to push back on pretty effectively. He also tried to cast Neil is too beholden to corporate Pac money. Too intent on maintaining the system, as it currently is, rather than trying to fundamentally change the system. That critique, I think probably had more half too, with something that Morris was ableto To press to greater game. But as we saw from the results, it wasn't even that close. And I was a little surprised. I had heard from the neo campaign for a couple weeks before Election Day that they were pretty confident. And while they thought this was going to be a strong challenge, one of the stronger ones Neil has faced they didn't think that they were going to be in danger of actually losing. I didn't know if that was bravado or a clear eyed assessment of.

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"adam riley" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"adam riley" Discussed on The Takeaway

"That's never been red before last night Kennedy Loses Congressional Primary Race in Massachusetts. That's right for the first time in twenty seven elections dating back over fifty years. Kennedy has lost a primary race. It wasn't even close Joe Kennedy the third fill to progressive incumbent Ed Markey last night after a contentious race in the Commonwealth. Marquis was a cosigner of the green new deal and was endorsed by. And others on the left while Kennedy infamously received Speaker Pelosi's endorsement despite her party's policy on not endorsing primary challenges to incumbents also longtime incumbent Richard Neal chair of the ways and means. Committee best thirty one year old mayor of Holyoke Massachusetts Alex Moores who dealt with accusations of inappropriate sexual conduct with students. When he was a professor, the accusations did unravel with Moore accusing neil of coordinating the smear him Neil has denied involvement. Joining me now is Adam Riley a political reporter for the takeaways partner. Station. GBH IN BOSTON. I. Adam Hey Ron. Let's start with the Senate primaries. It became a pretty contentious race towards the end. So what helped market over the top in a pretty big way here. The first thing that I think I'd point to his ability to develop really passionate base of young voters and some cases people who were too young to vote. But we're still really enthusiastic about his campaign he was. Clearly, the favourite of younger voters in this race, which might seem counterintuitive. Because he's an older Guy Kennedy is relatively relatively speaking young but marquis I think had the advantage of his Co authorship of the green new deal As we know, young voters are especially concerned about climate change he also. Had a knack for giving young activists roles to play in his campaign. He made them part of his campaign infrastructure in a way that a lot of people sat up and took notice of is not necessarily that frequent for young people to be giving key roles and I think that the young people who worked foreign with Marquis felt like they had them and the other thing I'd add and. This is sort of squishy but I think it's a real factor. He developed a political aesthetic over the course of his campaign that young voters seemed to really enjoy and enjoy working working with I'm thinking of, for example, the ad that he rolled out in the campaign's closing weeks in which he famously inverted JFK's about not asking what your country can do for you and close by saying. It's time to start asking what your country can do for you and the ad was shot in the style of what I would describe and I'm no you know cinematographer I would describe it. It's sort of seventies cop show chic starts this. Yeah. A little bit with the for example, when when you see that Elizabeth Warren endorsed Ed, Markey her face comes up and the shot freezes as very seventies font identifies underneath I don't Wanna I don't WanNa. Say the young voters are driven by stylistic concerns rather than substantive ones. That's not what I'm saying but the market campaign did do a really good job creating a sensibility that I think people found both inspiring and also kind of fun. Let's get real here. Regarding sort of the national optics of this race I mean seriously in the year twenty twenty does anyone under say the age of Thirty five or forty actually care about whether Kennedy Danner did not win a primary. That is a great question and what I'm going to try to artfully dodge as I respond to you I know know there's been there's already brewing pushback here in Massachusetts from people who seem to dislike the idea that this campaign was a referendum on the Kennedy name. I, think they've got a point in that It's also a referendum on Joe Kennedy as a candidate and he I would say. A hard time articulating a clear convincing rationale for his candidacy said, the market didn't show up to meet with his constituents as much as he should have that he wasn't president Massachusetts he also accused him of not being sufficiently attentive to issues involving race and racial injustice and there were times when those critiques seemed effective. But the problem for Kennedy I think is that he was making a fierce. Of Now, argument saying we need a new generation of people who aren't Washington insiders while he was also coming from a family that is kind of embodies American, political insider necess- race Kennedy still receive strong support from the black community in Boston's why do you think the Kennedy name still holds weight for voters of color in the state. I think there's no question to Kennedy family in particular JFK and RFK are seen among US certain slicer certain slices of the electorate in Massachusetts as among other things, civil rights heroes. So the polls did show that among non white voters that was one of Kennedy's stronger a stronger constituencies and I do attribute that. To his family legacy, the way people think about the work RFK JFK did and also the fact that. I think the most effective critique Kennedy made over the course of this campaign was the marquis isn't a tuned enough to issues of race and racial injustice. He put it front and center, and then when you have the memory of the family in the background, think that's I. think that's an effective combination. He was trying to get them to come out in as you know a great numbers as as he could, and it didn't it just wasn't enough in yet. So in another race, we saw Richard Neal hold on to beat. Alex Morris in the first district. was, how did this play out terms of establishing versus non establishment Democrats. I think in that race, you had much more of a clear anti establishment line of attack coming from the challenger Kennedy. Struggled to make that I'm not sure he wanted to make that because he is part of the Massachusetts Democratic establishment as is at market it was tougher to make that differentiation. Alex Morris was elected mayor of Holyoke as struggling city in the western part of the state. When he was I believe just twenty two years old. He was going after Richard Neal on all the points that we're used to hearing progressive challenges from the left go after perceived moderate, democratic, and just. Richard Neal a thirty one year incumbent chairman of the ways and means committee like you're saying really an established Democrat total. Yeah. The consummate establishment Democrat and he's not signing onto a policy proposals like the green new deal Allah. Ed Markey for example, so Morris tried to make the case that Neil has not leveraged his position in a way that benefits western. Massachusetts. That was something I think Neil was able to push back on pretty effectively he also tried to cast. Neil is too beholden to corporate pack money to intent on maintaining the system as it currently is rather than trying to fundamentally change the system debt critique. I think probably had more have to was something that that Morris was able to to press to. Greater. Game. But as we saw from the results, it wasn't even that close and and I was a little surprised I had heard from the NEO campaign for a couple of weeks before election day that they were pretty confident and while they thought this was going to be a strong challenge. One of the stronger ones Neil has faced. They didn't think that they were going to be in danger of actually losing I. Didn't know if that was bravado or clear eyed assessment of the races in turns out, it was the latter. Adam Riley is a political reporter for the takeaways partner station GBH in. Boston at 'em. Thanks so much. Thank you. That's our show for today. It's always great to be back with Y'all remember you can always call us about anything at eight, seven, seven eight might take or send us a tweet at the takeaway. You can also tweet.

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"adam riley" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"adam riley" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Corporations. But I feel if you support a version abortion your entire message is lost something. I don't want to see happen. So no, no. No. No. So so I think we're there. Okay. On the question is that okay? Catherine so Catherine, and I've had this conversation off and on for very long time. And it's kind of amazing that you got the car to come up here and ask a question because it is an ongoing conversation, Catherine, and I knew each other in law school, and for me, this is a question about the role of law. I know that these very hard personal family decisions. I think. The role of government here is to back out. I think a woman makes a decision. With her family, her priest her doctor, the people the woman chooses, and I think that's what respects all of us the most and. Up next more on Senator Warren's first weekend campaigning with someone who was there and got voters reactions. Boston reporter, Adam Riley has seen Elizabeth Warren campaign many times in Massachusetts. But this weekend was the first time he saw her campaign for president in Iowa. And he got these reactions from Iowa voters. I think the rooms bullet shows that I think that was something that was pretty special. I'm not doing everything I think she said to me she didn't come off as being extreme. Right to me. She came out of being pragmatic. For the people for the regular people. And joining discussion now, Adam Riley reporter for W H news covering Senator Warren's presidential campaign. He followed her to Iowa this weekend. Atom you've seen Elizabeth Warren. I assume campaign many times in Massachusetts, what was different if anything about seeing her campaign in Iowa. I think the level of enthusiasm that she generated going back to her per I run against Scott Brown people were very excited about her. But there's I think an intensity that comes. When you've got your eye on the presidency that ratchets everything up. I recall positive responses in that race against Brown. For example. I do not recall people talking about having chills when they watched your speak or how Warren had mysteriously attained a mind meld with. No, maybe some of that is just because she happens to be the first big name candidate out of the gate in Iowa. But I think some of it is a part of, you know, linked to her growth as a campaigner and horizon, prominence nationally. Out of I saw her early in her Senate campaign Senate career make an appearance in California before the California Democratic party and it was a rockstar reception. And I saw a performance on that stage that I was really struck by. And it seems to be something that the Washington media either hasn't seen or ignores and that is that Elizabeth Warren on the campaign trail has been elected to the Senate twice because she is a very good campaigner. She is an outstanding retail campaigner, as you know, from having watched a lot of people seek the presidency. Not everyone who goes for that job feeds off their interactions with the public. She definitely does she draws energy from them. She also energizes them, and it creates a sort of virtuous cycle that leaves everyone feeling exhilerated afterward. She did something which I think is worth describing just briefly out in Iowa these five stops in three days every time. She had an event more people wanna do attend then we're able to get into the venue. So every time she would go and greet the overflow crowd. I she would tell them how happy she was. She was that there. They were there. How sorry she was that they couldn't get in. Then she'd give him any stump speech and take unscripted unvetted questions. And if she had time, she would take pictures with them. It sounds like something of a no brainer. When you describe it, but not every candidate is seeking the presidency. Does that I recall Hillary Clinton in the last election cycle walking at a distance from the masses of people who turned out to cheer her on and sort of waving to them from afar..

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"adam riley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"adam riley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Lot of people. She has a lot of real life stories, but she also has the determination to really see things through. I think it's easy for people to dismiss her as liberal candidate. But I don't think in the end she's gonna come on. Like a lot of other voters, though, Bobo wasn't ready to call herself a warrant supporter. Just yet saying she's totally uncommitted. The Iowa caucuses are still more than a year away for NPR news. I'm Adam Riley in Ankara, Iowa. This is NPR news. Actor Kevin Spacey is set to show up at Nantucket district court on Monday after accusations of sexual assault surface last year as Sarah Mize's tan from member station. W C A I reports Spacey is facing felony charges. Spacey stands accused of sexual assault and battery of the teenage son of former Boston news anchor Heather Unruh, according to the barnstable county district attorney's office, he allegedly assaulted the eighteen year old at a restaurant called the club car on Nantucket in two thousand sixteen Spacey lives in California and had requested to not appear in court saying the date was inconvenient. But the district court judge denied that request. He has faced a number of similar allegations over the past few years. The scandals have caused him to be written out of his starring role in the Netflix series house of cards for NPR news. I'm Sarah Mize's tan in woods hole Massachusetts in Sunday night's Golden Globe awards. There were a few upsets. The Freddie Mercury bio-pic bohemian rhapsody took best picture drama. Over Bradley Cooper's heavily favored a star is born and Glenn Close bested lady Gaga for best. Actress for her performance in the wife, but lady Gaga wanna songwriting award for shallow in a star is born in other awards green. Book took best film comedy or musical Spiderman into the spider verse one best animated film. Green book won for best comedy or musical. The Kaminsky method is the winner of the best TV comedy.

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"adam riley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"adam riley" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Doing it, and we won't be finally filled out until ISIS is gone that marks a departure from the more immediate timeline. Trump had previously outlined Pentagon officials estimate. Isis presently occupies just two percent of the territory. It held a few years ago. Bolton said the US would work ensure the safety of Kurdish allies before withdrawing troops Syrian Kurds fear attack from Turkey after the US pulls out around two thousand American troops remain in the country fighting alongside Kurdish and Arab forces Francesca. Peres NPR news. The partial government shutdown is now in its third week with no progress after a weekend of talks. Between White House and congressional staffers. The democrat controlled house intends to pass individuals spending bills to get government agencies reopened starting with treasury and the IRS so tax refunds can be processed. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer agrees. We are hopeful that next week. The president will support. The bipartisan bills actually crafted by Republicans late last year. Sign them to open up the government, and then we can debate border security Republican Senator Susan Collins says passing those bills will help, but it has to be bipartisan. This isn't a matter of one side or the other caving in. It's a matter of getting to a compromise. And that's a sign of strength. And it's important that we remember that real lives are being affected here. Common. Spoke on NBC's. Meet the press, Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren has wrapped up her first trip to Iowa since launching presidential exploratory committee as Adam Riley of member station. W G B H reports voters tuned who turned out to see Warren. We're largely enthusiastic about. Her message. Warren, wrapped up her five event whirlwind tour with a panel on women in politics in Anchorage, just north of Des Moines, and she did throughout her. Visit Warren stressed. The need to find common ground with Republicans and afterward Nancy Bobo of Des Moines was impressed. I think she's going to resonate with a.

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"adam riley" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"adam riley" Discussed on KPCC

"But we're doing it? And we won't be finally pulled out until ISIS is that marks a departure from the more immediate timeline. Trump had previously outlined Pentagon officials estimate. Isis presently occupies just two percent of the territory held a few years ago. Bolton said the US would work ensure the safety of Kurdish allies before withdrawing troops Syrian Kurds. If you're an attack from Turkey after the US pulls out around two thousand American troops remain in the country fighting alongside Kurdish and Arab forces Francesca. Peres NPR news as the partial government shutdown interest its third week the White House sentence. Latest offer of a new border security packages to the democratic controlled house today and the five point seven billion dollar package. Now includes eight hundred thousand dollars for medical support and transportation to address urgent humanitarian needs. Meanwhile, the National Park Service says it will use entrance fees to pay for additional staff at its most popular sites to clean bathrooms and provide security because of damage during the shutdown and in Utah, lawmakers want the White House to reopen national parks in that state calling it an emergency Judy phase of member station. K U E R has more Utah's home to five national parks and government agencies and nonprofits have been keeping visitor centers and a few bathrooms open at Zion and Bryce canyon, but not at the others Utah's. Four congressmen are urging the interior department use emergency authority to ensure safety tourist Jerry gray of Minnesota agrees. I think they should go straight to Mitch McConnell Nancy Pelosi, and Donald Trump and say, we demand these parks open. We have a right to have these parks open in Utah. Gray and her husband had been planning their Utah trip for months only to find the national parks off limits when they arrived grey says she's written letters to congressional leaders in the Trump administration to say it's their job to keep government running. So far, she's gotten a reply for NPR news. I'm Judy phase in MOAB Utah. The Pentagon says a US air strike in Yemen on New Year's day targeted and Al Qaeda operative accused of involvement in the attack on the USS Cole that killed seventeen sailors in two thousand former FBI agent Alyssa fawn was lead investigator. He says Jamal all bodily who was killed was very involved. He purchased a boat that was used by the suicide bombers of the day of the attack, and he also purchased a pager that was used to signal the initiation of the operation on the morning of the attack on October twelve four two thousand he was indicted by a federal grand jury in two thousand three you're listening to NPR news. That's a -chusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren wrapped up her first trip to Iowa since launching a presidential exploratory committee on Sunday as Adam Riley of member station. W G B H reports voters who turned out to see Warren were largely enthusiastic about. Her message. Warren, wrapped up her five event whirlwind tour with a panel on women in politics in Anchorage, just north of Des Moines as she did throughout her. Visit Warren stressed the need to find common ground with Republicans and afterward Nancy Bobo of Des Moines was impressed. I think she's going to resonate with a lot of.

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"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"adam riley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump says a full troop withdrawal from Syria won't happen. As long as ISIS remains undefeated, NPR's Francesca Harris reports national security adviser John Bolton says the draw down. We'll take time Trump told reporters the troop withdrawal is conditional on the defeat of ISIS pulling out of Syria, but we're doing it. And we won't be finally pulled out. That marks a departure from the more immediate timeline. Trump had previously outlined Pentagon officials estimate. Isis presently occupies just two percent of the territory. It held a few years ago. Bolton said the US would work to ensure the safety of Kurdish allies before withdrawing troops Syrian Kurds fear. An attack from Turkey after the US pulls out around two thousand American troops remain in the country fighting alongside Kurdish and Arab forces Francesca. Peres NPR news as the partial government shutdown interest its third week. The White House sent its latest offer of a new border security packages to the democratic controlled house today and five point seven billion dollar package. Now includes eight hundred thousand dollars for medical support and transportation to address urgent humanitarian needs. Meanwhile, the National Park Service says it will use entrance fees to pay for additional staff at its most popular sites to clean bathrooms and provide security because of damage during the shutdown and in Utah, lawmakers want the White House to reopen national parks in that st-. State calling it an emergency Judy phase of member station. K U E R has more Utah's home to five national parks and government agencies and nonprofits have been keeping visitor centers and few bathrooms open at Zion and Bryce canyon, but not at the others Utah's. Four congressmen are urging the interior department use emergency authority to ensure safety tourists, Jerry gray of Minnesota agrees. I think they should go straight to Mitch McConnell. Nancy Pelosi Donald Trump and say, we demand these parks open. We have a right to have these parks open in Utah gray and her husband had been planning their Utah trip for months only to find the national parks off limits when they arrived grey says she's written letters to congressional leaders in the Trump administration to say it's their job to keep government running. So far, she's gotten no reply for NPR news. I'm Judy phase in MOAB Utah. The Pentagon says a US air strike in Yemen on New Year's day targeted and al-qaeda operative accused of involvement in the attack on the USS Cole that killed seventeen sailors in two thousand former FBI agent Alyssa Savan was lead investigator. He says Jamal all bodily who was killed was very involved. He purchased a boat that was used by the suicide bombers of the day of the attack. He also purchased a pager that was used to signal the initiation of the operation on the morning of the attack on October twelve two thousand he was indicted by a federal grand jury in two thousand three you're listening to NPR news. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren wrapped up her first trip to Iowa since launching a presidential exploratory committee on Sunday as Adam Riley of member station. W G B H reports voters who turned out to see Warren were largely enthusiastic about. Her message. Warren, wrapped up her five of them whirlwind tour with a panel on women in politics in Anchorage, just north of Des Moines as she did throughout her. Visit Warren stressed the need to find common ground with Republicans and afterward Nancy Bobo of Des Moines was impressed. I think she's going to resonate with.

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