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"administrator brock long" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Will now go to the United States Senate where it passed in the last congress, and we're expecting it to pass in this congress in a giving the president and opportunity to potentially veto now. Again, it does not I have enough votes to override a presidential veto, but a very symbolic rebuke from congress and bipartisan opposition to the Saudi led war in Yemen. The US support for the Saudi led war in Yemen. Putting pressure and administration to change course. Administrator Brock long says he's resigning recall along with investigated for alleged misuse of government vehicles during his commutes to North Carolina from Washington as jeopardy Peter gainer takes over as acting administrator. I'm Elliot Francis. This issue goes progressive talk, eight twenty w CPT widows brings and online W CPT eight twenty dot com where facts matter. We really are in a post factual world, Alex Jones at Saint saying this didn't happen. Ellipoid valid. Donald Trump's political career started modern. This is w CPT twenty where facts matter press, digs deep into all of the goings on in Washington. Deputy communications director for the DNC supremist joins us, certainly the DNC is going to pick its favorite which candidate is the favourite of the bell have to correct you that we are not thinking any favorites here favoritism now completely unlike the last. We are seeing completely out of Bill press weekdays at six AM.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

"Writers of color will be held March thirtieth and Hollywood and aired live on TV one. The partial government shutdown has had an impact on customer service at the Internal Revenue Service. The AP's Donahue reports a shocking deterioration of service. That's the description from the IRS watchdog the official start of the tax season happened during the shutdown. A new report says only forty eight percent of calls were answered from the people needing tax advice. Average weight seventeen minutes last year. Eighty six percent of calls were answered average, wait time. Just four minutes taxpayer advocate, Nina, Olsen, told congress in her report the numbers translate into real harm to real tax payers. Ed Donahue, Washington. Western snowstorm wreaks havoc. I'm Jacky Quin with AP news minute. I five in far northern California was closed in places drivers to put chains on their tires as another round of snow hits the northwest a California flight to Seattle made emergency landing in Reno. Several injuries on board because of turbulence still waiting to hear President Trump will sign the compromise legislation that offers a little of the funding that he wanted for border security shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. He says he will still build a wall on the eve of the anniversary of the high school shooting in parkland, Florida a moment of silence requested by congressman Ted Deutch who were killed. Seventeen who were injured the healing of the parkland community and the forty thousand lives lost a gun violence in every corner of this nation. Fema administrator Brock long is resigning says he wants to spend more time with his family. I'm Jacky Quin. More news right after this. This Valentine's Day..

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

"Listening to the AP digital news network investigators in India say they believe they know what caused a deadly fire at a budget motel. And as Charles de LA desma reports arrests have been made in police say the blaze that killed seventeen people was likely caused by an electrical short-circuit no foul play is suspected in the early morning fire Tuesday that also injured four people's meanwhile, the Press Trust of India news agency, says police have arrested the hotel's general manager and another manager on homicide charges. The hotel developer had a permit from the fire department to build up to four stories, but the building appeared to have six floors, including an unauthorized kitchen on top of the roof built them sheets of fiberglass. I'm Charles de LA desma. Nasa has declared the Mars Rover opportunity dead after fifteen years on the red planet. The Rover has been silent for eight months now ever since an intense dust storm on Mars thick dust block sunlight from the spacecraft solar panels that kept it alive. Nasa says it's sat one thousand recovery commands since then and then one final command with no response, the California college professor who's accused Virginia's Lieutenant governor of sexual assault says attacks against women have become an epidemic. AP? Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on her recent public appearance, Vanessa Tyson's participation in a Stanford University for a month sexual assault attracted a lot of attention while she didn't address her own allegation against Virginia's Lieutenant governor. She did use the pronoun, we when talking about sexual assault survivors, unwanted sexual contact in whatever way, shape or form is absolutely unacceptable. Tyson also spoke about perspective men are more likely to perceive. Friendliness as sexual interests. She was the first of two women making allegations against Virginia Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax who says his encounters with the women were consensual. I'm Jacky Quin western snowstorm wreaks havoc. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. I five in far northern California was closed in places drivers Ed to put chains on their tires as another round of snow hits the northwest a California flight to Seattle made an emergency landing in Reno. Several injuries on board because of turbulence still waiting to hear President Trump will sign the compromise legislation that offers a little of the funding that he wanted for border security. Don't want to see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. He says he will still build a wall on the eve of the anniversary of the high school shooting in parkland, Florida a moment of silence requested by congressman Ted seventeen who killed seventeen who were injured the healing of the parkland community. In the forty thousand lives lost a gun violence in every corner of this nation. Fema administrator Brock long is resigning says he wants to spend more time with his family. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment with Amazon music, avoid all you need. Alexa,.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

"It's now been two weeks ever since jussie smollet reported two masked men beat him in hurled racist and anti gay slurs at him. There's been unease between the actor and his camp in Chicago police, I there were suggestions that the actor had changed his story and police saying that they could not find video surveillance evidence showing the assault smell that says he has been consistent in his account nowadays you phone records that were turned over to the police by the actor police say the redacted documents are little use in the investigation. Mullet says the names and contacts that he left out with to protect the privacy of those not involved. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel Ford's recalling nearly one point five million pickup trucks in North America. As AP Shelly. Add the reports the transmissions can suddenly downshift. Into first gear that recall covers F one fifty trucks from the twenty eleven twentieth. Through the twenty thirteen model years with six speed, automatic transmissions. Ford says there are five reports of accidents due to the issue the problem, they say is a glitch in sending a signal from the transmission speeds sensor, so they will update the power train control software to fix the problem. If you have one of these trucks expect to get a letter next month from Ford, they're F-series pick-up is the top selling vehicle in the country. I'm showing ampler. People magazine calls lupita and young a trailblazing beauty minutes list of Hollywood's most stylish stars the magazine calls. Emma stone, the modern romantic while Nicole Kidman's the elegant, I con senior Casey must grades is considered a rule breaker, while the magazine says riana is a show stopper as for men, Donald Glover. Style's a throwback while Jeff Goldblum Centric, people magazine calls Henry, Golding the gentlemen. Western snowstorm wreaks havoc. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. I five in far northern California was closed in places drivers had to put chains on their tires as another round of snow hits the north west a California flight to Seattle made an emergency landing in Reno. Several injuries on board because of turbulence still waiting to hear President Trump will sign the compromise legislation that offers a little of the funding that he wanted for border security shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. He says he will still build a wall on the eve of the anniversary of the high school shooting in parkland, Florida a moment of silence requested by congressman Ted Deutch who were killed seventeen who were injured the healing of the parkland community and the forty thousand lives lost a gun violence in every corner of this nation. Fema administrator Brock long is resigning says he wants to spend more time with his family. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment. Wherever.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on AP News

"Opportunities for businesses on both sides to expand in each other's regions. And allow you firms to compete for public procurement contracts in Singapore. The US, Australia, Japan and other countries have imposed curbs on the use of technology, including smartphones. AP correspondent Charles de LA desma says they could be used to spy on their users US warnings about the risks of Chinese telecom technology, come as governments to choosing providers for the rollout of five G wireless internet, which will enable thoughts the Donald speeds along with greater connectivity. Among devices Washington argues on the Chinese security laws companies such as well, y and z t e could be compelled to hand over data or access the Chinese intelligence while Beijing says such concerns obey some provisions of China's national intelligence law that differ little from similar legislation in other countries. I'm Charleston with us. Western snowstorm wreaks havoc. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. I five in far northern California was closed in places drivers to put chains on their tires as another round of snow hits the north west a California flight to Seattle made an emergency landing in Reno. Several injuries on board because of turbulence still waiting to hear President Trump will sign the compromise legislation that offers a little of the funding that he wanted for border security. Don't want to see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. He says he will still build a wall on the eve of the anniversary of the high school shooting in parkland, Florida a moment of silence requested by congressman Ted Deutch who were killed seventeen who were injured the healing of the parkland community and the forty thousand lives lost a gun violence in every corner of this nation. Fema administrator Brock long is resigning says he wants to spend more time with his family..

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on KTRH

"With meteorologist Scott Lawrimore from the Weather Channel climb to the temperatures. We're talking about eighty degree readings here in Houston by the weekend. Looks like some wet weather long range next week Monday through Friday chance for showers just about every day next week. We're in the mid fifties. For tonight, we're in the mid seventies for Thursday, Valentine's Day and low eighties for Friday Saturday. I'm Scott Lawrimore, the Weather Channel. Thanks, scott. Our top story, President Trump says he wants to take a very close look at the budget deal that would extend government funding at the White House today. The president said he'll be looking for land mines in the legislation. He also says he does not wanna see another partial government shutdown FEMA administrator Brock long is reportedly resigning long was in charge of the federal government's response to some high level disasters since taking over the agency in June twenty seventeen among them hurricane Harvey, convicted drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is heading to a supermax prison in Colorado known as the Alcatraz of the Rockies that prison is already to home to the Unabomber the Boston bomber. And the man convicted of. Attacking the World Trade Center in nineteen Ninety-three. The FBI says one of its ten. Most wanted fugitives is dead. Greg Carlson was shot and killed by agent today in North Carolina. He was wanted out of Los Angeles for multiple armed sexual assaults. Americans are planning to spend more on Valentine's Day this year. But fewer say they will celebrate the holiday that according to the national retail federation, which says consumers are spending an average of about one hundred sixty two dollars this year. But about four percent fewer Americans plan to celebrate the day at all on Wall Street. The Dow gained one hundred seventeen points to twenty five thousand five forty three. The.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Station. In the final stretch. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. The house and Senate could take up the spending Bill tomorrow that would avoid a government shutdown, but the measure provides far less funding for the border wall. And President Trump had asked for as the president says the border wall is being built. And it's a big wall. It's a strong wall. It's a wall. The people aren't going through very easy going to have to be an extremely good shape to get over this one. They would be able to climb Mount Everest a lot easier. I think if no deal is reached by midnight Friday. The government could shut down new FOX poll looks at how concerned people are with border security. Fox's grenell? Scott has this lively so favor for building a border wall is slightly up to forty six percent from forty three percent a month ago. Vast majority of those who responded sixty six percents a any border security deal must fun not only a barrier, but other security measures as well as humanitarian aid in the if the president is still considering declaring a national emergency to get wall funding. Many who took part in this poll are not with him. Fifty six percent oppose such a move. And while sixty three percent, consider the border wall. A major problem. It's not most of concern almost nine of every ten respondent say opioid addiction is America's biggest problem we say Goodell FEMA administrator Brock long stepping down. After nearly two years. It has post inspector general's report released. Late last year found that long used government vehicles and staff on forty trips for personal reasons including during a family vacation in Hawaii despite official warnings the practice was unauthorized. Fox's John decker at the White House. Wall Street at the close stocks extending their gains as investors remained optimistic that the US in China will make more progress in resolving the trade dispute. The Dow added one seventeen the NASDAQ edged up five this is.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"JFK FM Pollock pines at iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, harder to scale. Mount everest. That's how President Trump describes the border wall. He envisions as he addressed the nation sheriffs and police chases describing a wall. The congressional negotiators have actually approved a big wall. It's a strong wall to wall. The people aren't going through very in fact, it's steel Bollard fence just fifty five miles of it in the budget deal. President Trump though describes the differently can have to be an extremely good shape to get over this one. Mr. Trump saying he will take other department funds to build what he wants Andy Field. ABC news, Washington. One Republican Senator says the president won't sign a border security deal to avert another government shutdown. If contractor back pay is included in a rebuke of the Trump administration's alliance with Saudi Arabia, the house has passed a resolution that would force the US to withdraw troops from the warn Yemen. The says it's cracking down on a common chemical Floro alkyl substances known as fast are found in many household items. Like nonstick pans in some fabrics. But also in firefighting foams, and the EPA is now moving to regulate the chemicals under the safe drinking water act in an exclusive interview with ABC news acting EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler says, you know, we we know where the chemicals were manufactured or I know a lot of the areas where they were actually used we're going into those communities to see whether or not the water in those communities are contaminated Mark Remillard, ABC news FEMA administrator Brock long as resigning his last date March eighth. Compass airlines says a flight heading from Orange County to Seattle had to be diverted to Reno due to severe turbulence have a number.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, harder to scale the Mount Everest. That's President Trump describes the border wall. He envisions as he addressed the nation sheriffs and police chief describing a wall. The congressional negotiators have an actually approved a big wall. It's a strong wall to wall that people aren't going through very easy. In fact, they steal Bollard fence just fifty five miles of it in the budget deal. President Trump though describes the differently can have to be an extremely good shape to get over this one. Mr. Trump saying he will take other department funds to build what he wants Andy Field. ABC news, Washington. One Republican Senator says the president won't sign a border security deal to avert another government shutdown. If contractor back pay is included in a rebuke of the Trump administration's alliance with Saudi Arabia, the house has passed a resolution that would force the US to withdraw troops from the war in Yemen. The EPA says it's cracking down on a common. Chemical Ali Floro alkyl substances known as P as are found in many household items like. Nonstick pans in some fabrics, but also in fire-fighting foams, and the EPA is now moving to regulate the chemicals under the safe drinking water act in an exclusive interview with ABC news acting EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler says, you know, we know where the chemicals were manufactured or no a lot of the areas where they were actually used. So we're going into those communities to see whether or not the water in those communities are contaminated, Mark Remillard, ABC news FEMA administrator Brock long is resigning. His last date March eighth compass airlines says a flight heading from Orange County to Seattle had to be diverted to Reno due to severe turbulence cinders have a number of how many injuries my understanding. We have to send us that. Maybe incapacitated with several audio courtesy of live ATC dot net. They say to customers and one flight attendant were taken to the hospital for evaluations. The markets ended up for the fourth. Dana row. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Breaking news on talkradio six eighty w Baltimore and wcbMcom. In the final stretch. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. The house and Senate could take up the spending Bill tomorrow that would avoid a government shutdown, but the measure provides far less funding for the border wall. And President Trump had asked for as the president says the border wall is being built. And it's a big wall. It's a strong war. It's a war. The people are going through very easy. Gonna have to be an extremely good shape to get over this one. They would be able to climb Mount Everest a lot easier. I think if no deal is reached by midnight Friday. The government could shut down new FOX poll looks at how concerned people are with border security. Fox's grenell? Scott has this live favor for building a border wall is slightly up to forty six percent from forty three percent a month ago. A vast majority of those who responded sixty six percents any border security deal must fund not only a barrier, but other security measures as well as humanitarian aid in the if the president is still considering declaring a national emergency to get wall funding. Many who took part in this poll are not with him. Fifty six percent opposed such a move and while sixty three percent, consider the border wall. A major problem. It's not most of concern almost nine of every ten respondent say opioid addiction is America's biggest problem. Goodell FEMA administrator Brock long stepping down. After nearly two years at his post inspector general's report released. Late last year found that long used government vehicles and staff on forty trips for personal reasons, including during a family vacation Hawaii despite official warnings the practice was unauthorized stocks is John decker at the White House. Wall Street at the close, stocks extending their gains as investors remained optimistic that the US and China will make more progress in resolving the trade dispute. Dow added one seventeen the NASDAQ edged up five this is.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I S N and W W HD two Milwaukee an iheartradio station. Turnover and the Trump administration and Lisa Brady. Fox News the head of FEMA stepping down. Fox's John decker is live at the White House FEMA administrator Brock long announced in a statement that he's resigning after serving close to two years in his post calling his tenure the opportunity of a lifetime since taking over the agency in June twenty seventeen long presided over the federal government's response to powerful hurricanes that struck the southeastern US and Puerto Rico as well as the devastating California wildfires and inspector general's report released late last year found that long used government vehicles and staff on forty trips for personal reasons, including during a family vacation in a y despite official warnings the practice was unauthorized Lisa. Thanks, john. Hazardous housing for military families, the focus of a Senate hearing listened in horror as families at Camp Pendleton told of mice eating through pacifier and their baby. These cribs and electrical outlets catching fire due to wiring issues. Cornwall one of the military spouses who testified today blaming disease and birth defects on slum like conditions, including black mold. Fox's Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon military and family advisory network. Ran an online survey last month that received sixteen thousand responses from military families across the country finding that fifty six percent of those surveyed found living conditions in base. Housing was negative or very negative with six base housing. Contractors mentioned over and over by respondents to the online survey the army secretary and chief of staff, say the conditions are unacceptable. They've ordered an inspector general investigation the US house just voting to limit US involvement in Yemen's civil war considered. A rebuke of the Trump administration's alliance with Saudi Arabia, which has been criticized for civilian casualties in the fight.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News. L music five. I'm Marie leaf FEMA. Administrator Brock long says he is resigning after overseeing the government's response to more than two hundred declared disaster. Correspondent Rene Marsh has long took over the agency in two thousand seventeen just months before hurricane Harvey Irma and Maria decimated Puerto Rico and parts of Florida and Texas he could be leaving as soon as the next couple of weeks. He gainer who is currently the deputy administrator will serve as the head of FEMA until a permanent replacement is nominated White House says it's not clear whether President Trump will sign the funding agreement to keep the government open past Friday on the hill. Democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the work of the conference committee is a fair compromise. I'm proud of the work that they've done. But as with all compromises, I say to people support the Bill for what is in. Don't judge it for what is not in it. Well, whether he signs that compromised budget deal or not President Trump is determined to deliver on the border wall. At the end of the day. The president made a promise to the American people are gonna fall through all that White House. Spokesman Adam Kennedy told mornings on them all the president puts the blame for not getting the money. He wants on one group. I have a lot of radical Democrats in the house. Some of the Senate refused to work with the president. And and Republicans or having to navigate difficult waters. Gotta deal that the president wants that they want. We wish Democrats it'd be more willing to cooperate with us. Unfortunately, it has been the case. President Trump thank Republicans in a tweet for their work on the wall and said it'll be a great achievement. John Matthews on WMA, Ellen WMA AL dot com. A former US air force counterintelligence specialists who defected to Iran has been charged with revealing classified information to the Tehran government, including the codename secret mission of a Pentagon program. The Justice department says Monaco, pretty wet defected in two thousand thirteen after attending a conference in Iran aimed. Condemning American moral standards. She is currently at large along with four rainy and hackers said to have targeted her former intelligence colleagues fifteen years after it landed on the red planet NASA longest running Rover has been declared dead. This is NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein when this little Rover landed the objective was to have it be able to to move eleven hundred yards and survive for ninety days on Mars ninety souls. And instead here we are fourteen years later after twenty eight miles of travel and today, we get to celebrate the end of this mission natural was not expected to restore late night service for at least another year, but the transit agency is looking into helping late night workers get to their jobs. The transit agency says it needs to keep shorter service hours in place for now to get track work done. But at a meeting last month general manager, Paul we defiled said, so. But I'm also very sensitive to to the desires of the city to get where hours the Washington Post reports metro is willing to offer some help too late night workers by subsidizing rides on. Uber lifts so they can get to and from work. When Metro Rail isn't running metro safety committee is expected to vote to extend the moratorium on late night hours. Tomorrow have recurred as sound WMA. Allen WMA L dot com. Your money. The Dow finished the day up one hundred eighteen points, the s&p five hundred up eight the NASDAQ up six wwl traffic and weather next cruise with Chris Plante along the.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Turnover in the Trump administration and Lisa Brady. Fox News the head of FEMA stepping down. Fox's John decker is live at the White House FEMA administrator Brock long-announced tennis statement that he's resigning after serving close to two years in his post calling his tenure the opportunity of a lifetime since taking over the agency in June twenty seventeen long presided over the federal government's response to powerful hurricanes that struck the southeastern US and Puerto Rico as well as the devastating California wildfires and inspector general's report released late last year found that long used government vehicles and staff on forty trips for personal reasons, including during a family vacation in a way despite official warnings the practice was unauthorized Lisa. Thanks, john. Hazardous housing for military families the focus of a Senate hearing, I've listened in horror as families at Camp Pendleton told of mice eating through pacifier 's and there. Baby's cribs an electrical outlets catching fire due to wiring issues. Cornwall one of the military spouses who testified today blaming disease and birth defects on slum like conditions, including black mold. Fox's Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon military and family advisory network. Ran an online survey last month that received sixteen thousand responses from military families across the country finding that fifty six percent of those surveyed found living conditions in base. Housing was negative or very negative with six base housing. Contractors mentioned over and over by respondents to the online survey the army secretary and chief of staff, say the conditions are unacceptable. They've ordered an inspector general investigation the US house just voting to limit US involvement in Yemen's civil war considered eight rebuke of the Trump administration's alliance with Saudi Arabia, which has been criticized for civilian casualties in the fight against Iran.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm Mike more sweet will get the job done. President Trump tells a law enforcement conference he will get the wall built. But he hasn't said whether he'll sign the border security compromise drafted by congress to avoid another government shutdown more from correspondent, Linda Kenyon. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Bill is a compromise. But from what he knows about it, so far, it's a good one. It provides nearly one point four billion new barriers and the border patrol's highest priority areas enough to build nearly twice as many miles as we're funded last year each side gave a little each side. Got a little minority leader Chuck Schumer. He urged the president to sign the Bill before current funding expires. Lest he risked what he called another Trump shutdown. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. An update on that horrifying story of four malnourished. Kids found caged like animals in North Texas barn. Here's correspondent Clayton Neville that children all five years old and younger or out of the hospice. Now in the care of child protective services, the mothers being held in a seventy five thousand dollar bond in charged with four counts of child endangerment, and an aggravated assault charge. Andrew for Bela who police believed to be the father of one of the children faces four charges of child endangerment and has a sixty thousand dollar thinking administrator Brock long is leaving after two years. But correspondent Rene Marsh says he was under fire up long did not serve in this position without controversy. He was under investigation by the inspector general looking into his use of government vehicles, traveling back home to North Carolina. So there were issues that he faced a former counterintelligence agent with the air force has been accused of revealing classified information to Iran Justice department announced the indictment against Monica wit who defected to Iran in two thousand thirteen and is currently at large on Wall Street. The Dow was up one hundred seventeen.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Station. Well, starving kids. I'm Mike moss. We will get the job done. President Trump tells a law enforcement conference he will get the wall built. But he hasn't said whether he'll sign the border security compromise drafted by congress to avoid another government shutdown more from correspondent, Linda Kenyon format. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Bill is a compromise. From what he knows about it, so far, it's a good one. It provides nearly one point four billion or new barriers and the border patrols highs priority areas enough to build nearly twice as many miles as we're funded last year each side gave a little each side. Got a little minority leader Chuck Schumer. He urged the president to sign the Bill before current funding expires. Lest he risk what he called another Trump shutdown. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. An update on that horrifying story of four malnourished. Kids found caged like animals in North Texas barn, here's correspondent Clayton Neville, children all five years old and younger or out of the hospital. I now in the care of child protective services, the mothers being held in a seventy five thousand dollar bond in charged with four counts of child endangerment, and and aggravated assault charge. Andrew for Bela who police believe to be the father of one of the children faces four charges of child endangerment and has a sixty thousand dollar about administrator Brock long is leaving after two years. But correspondent Rene Marsh says. He was under fire did not serve in this position without controversy. He was under investigation by the inspector general looking into his use of government vehicles, traveling back home to North Carolina. So there were issues that he faced a former counterintelligence agent with the air force has been accused of revealing classified information to Iran Justice department announced the indictment against Monica wit who defected to Iran in two thousand thirteen and is currently at large on Wall.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on WTVN

"Damage. There's going to be more injuries. There's going to be more deaths and travel is going to be slow to restricted and commerce is slowed or not moving across our state superintendent the state highway patrol Colonel Paul pride is urging Ohio lawmaker's to work quickly today to fix doubts funding crisis. So dotty is expected to lose a billion dollars in revenue and a gasoline tax increase is considered as one option to fix that FEMA. Administrator Brock long is resigning today long was in charge of the federal government's response to some high level disasters since taking over the agency in June of two thousand seventeen House Democrats say they'll soon investigate the agency's response to hurricane Maria is impact on Puerto Rico. The president. Meanwhile, he's making another pitch today for his massive border wall. You will get the job done. The wall is very very on its way it's happening as we speak. We're building as we speak. He was speaking at a conference of sheriffs and police chiefs today in Washington DC, the president again argued that there is a national crisis along the US Mexican border and Wade win was indicted yesterday on fourteen counts of aggravated murder and other charges. Prosecutors say win shot and killed Clermont county detective Bill brewer this month during a standoff win could get the death penalty. If he is convicted your ABC, six first warning weather, clear skies tonight, a low of twenty nine Allison Wyatt. Our next report at five o'clock for breaking news and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news,.

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"administrator brock long" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"administrator brock long" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A Beasley Media Group station. Administration change flight problems. I'm Mike moss. Fema administrator Brock long is leaving after two years. Correspondent Rene Marsh could be leaving as soon as the next couple of weeks. Pete gainer who is currently the deputy administrator will then serve as the head of FEMA until a permanent replacement is nominated not saying he will sign the compromise. Borders security, Bill, President Trump says there's no reason for another government shutdown. We're going to take a look at it when it comes. I don't want to see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. House speaker Nancy Pelosi praised the congressional negotiators for the American people. It's a compromise. And that's what appropriators to and I had confidence that they would left to their own devices. Get the job done, a former US intelligence officer has been indicted for spilling secrets to Iran. Corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Monica wit also allegedly provided research on her former co workers. In the intelligence community to four Iranian nationals who actually targeted those individuals through their computer accounts, and they did it by using imposter social media accounts, and then working to deploy malware with defected to arrive in two thousand thirteen NASA had a musical farewell for the Mars Rover opportunity. You. Please. After fifteen.

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Michael kills at least 6, devastates Florida with catastrophic damage

Eddie and Rocky

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Michael kills at least 6, devastates Florida with catastrophic damage

"Hurricane Michael by the numbers. The first cat to hit the panhandle. Winds of one hundred fifty five miles an hour and storm surge between nine and fourteen feet. That's left a trail of destruction in the storms. Wake is hurricane was an absolute monster and the damage lessons. Wake is still yet to be fully understood Florida governor, Rick Scott, Christa Miller rode out the storm and her parents one hundred and eleven year old house the home survived. But the neighborhood there's trees down here in every direction. We're going to be out of running water pretty shortly. I'm sure rescue efforts are in their big beginning stages for hard hit areas of the panhandle and southwest Georgia FEMA administrator Brock long, we have teams that are that are pushing in trying to get into all areas. It's not just Mexico each south west, you know, large portions of southwest, Georgia, and those rural counties in there. So we're we're mobilizing to

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Flood forecasts for coastal South Carolina are ongoing

24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Flood forecasts for coastal South Carolina are ongoing

"Hurricane Florence's long gone except in the Carolinas. Fficials in South Carolina are asking for patience as flood waters from hurricane. Florence continue to move through the state. Here's FEMA administrator Brock long lot of the country thinks that Florence came and went, but unfortunately, a lot of that water. It takes for weeks for the process down. There's good news for Georgetown county where flooding predictions have gone from five to ten feet down to two to four feet. That's still higher than hurricane. Matthews floods in twenty sixteen here, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster, this is unprecedented. And we are still in full. Battle mode early estimates show about two thousand homes have been damaged, but those numbers are considered.

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DHS: FEMA chief used vehicles without authorizition, but won't be fired

Dickerson & James

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

DHS: FEMA chief used vehicles without authorizition, but won't be fired

"The head of the federal disaster response agency us government vehicles without proper authorization, but will not lose his job over at that work from homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen federal emergency. Management agency. Administrator Brock long had been under investigation by the homeland security department's watchdog over possibly misusing government vehicles to travel to his home in North Carolina were leaked of the investigation just as hurricane. Florence was poised to make landfall earlier this month. Nielsen said in a statement there had been a long standing practice to transport FEMA administrators and government vehicles to ensure they could remain connected during a crisis. But despite this practice use of government vehicles for home to work travel was not officially authorized and that practice was eliminated in

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FEMA chief defends Trump, says Puerto Rico death toll studies "all over the place"

Live on Sunday Nights its Bill Cunningham

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

FEMA chief defends Trump, says Puerto Rico death toll studies "all over the place"

"FEMA administrator Brock long is frustrated with the studies showing a higher death toll in Puerto Rico from hurricane Maria is frustrating. Those studies the Harvard study was done differently than the George Washington steadier. This study of that study and the numbers are all over the place. That's long on meet the press. President Trump said these studies were done by Democrats to make him look bad. But long says they have to be done to see why people died from

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Trump issues disaster declaration for North Carolina

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Trump issues disaster declaration for North Carolina

"President Trump issuing a disaster declaration for North Carolina. Fox's Kevin Corke. The president tweeted his support for FEMA and Brock long. He said, thank you rock. It is my honor. Now that tweet was in response to what administrator Brock said he said, we had FEMA had never had the support that we have had. From this president. Now that tweet is just a sample of what the White House is public. Posture has been FEMA is telling people to play it safe. New evacuation orders were issued for areas around Fayetteville with a deadline of three pm Sunday for people to get out. Florence is the third tropical system to set a new state rainfall

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John McCain, Brain Cancer and Senator discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

01:20 min | 4 years ago

John McCain, Brain Cancer and Senator discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Famous top priorities. Are, safety, security, food and drinking, water As hurricane lane continues to lash Hawaii FEMA administrator Brock long said today officials are bracing for a marathon. Event with torrential rains and flooding affecting the islands for the next forty, eight to seventy two hours we hope that all. Citizens within Hawaii or eating the warnings, that local and, state officials are are are putting, out long says the key question now is when the storm system starts to turn toward. The west, against the move away from the islands a lot of uncertainty in this forecast the real question is when.

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FEMA: Puerto Rico running out of time as storm season nears

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:14 min | 4 years ago

FEMA: Puerto Rico running out of time as storm season nears

"This is wbz newsradio ten thirty serving boston and all of new england wbz news time five nineteen the snow has stopped here in boston and we're left with clouds and the temperature's rising a bit now thirty four degrees in the city good afternoon i'm jeff brown as you head into your weekend thank you for joining us our top stories now in the wbz newsroom wall street's another sharp loss today the dow dropping more than two percent and this is really all about the ongoing trade fight between the united states china we take a look back at the markets with dave caruso coastal capital group coming up in five minutes a federal judge in boston dismisses a lawsuit against the state assault weapons ban and texas republican congressman blake barrett hold apparently resigns from congress amid sexual misconduct allegations facebook is trying to well save face these days a key executive is making the media rounds to soften the company's image following the revelation that eighty seven million users had their information scraped cbs business reporter jason brooks with more facebook chief operating officer sheryl sandberg told bloomberg that the company has seen a few advertisers paused their spending while asking the same questions other people are asking when it comes to user privacy ceo mark zuckerberg told the media earlier this week that there has not been any meaningful impact on facebook's users or advertisers at that helped give the stock a big boost on thursday sandberg also told nbc that facebook users would have to be willing to pay a fee to avoid all user data targeted advertisements also speaking on nbc's today show sandberg said the company will be taking more steps to protect users information the atlantic hurricane season begins in just a couple of months june i as a matter of fact in puerto rico is still reeling from last fall's devastating storms and according to fema it's going to take about fifty billion dollars to rebuild some of that island's fema administrator brock long says the agency is coordinating planning and training exercise with the government of puerto rico and still more than fifty thousand customers remained without power after hurricane maria hit in september the.

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