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"alison burroughs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A question of whether these colleges and universities are going to continue to remain sustainable after the news. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jay Stephens president trump is encouraging China to investigate democratic rival Joe Biden amid an impeachment inquiry over his similar requests to Ukraine speaking on here and now NPR's Phillip Ewing was asked if trump is admitting to claims by house Democrats that he soliciting foreign interference in the U. S. selection there isn't the same kind of alleged quid pro quo taking place between the Chinese government and the American government however as you point out this was the underlying premise for a lot of these investigations and criticisms of the president whether he could bring in foreign governments interfere in American politics will become involved in American politics and now with the mention of of the Chinese we've got another nation in the mix as well and their political editor Philip viewing the chairman of the house foreign affairs intelligence and oversight committees have released dozens of text messages between US ambassadors in Ukraine the communications repeal discussions on how to deal with the response to president trump's demands that Ukraine investigate the bidens former special envoy called Kurt Volker release the messages to lawmakers during a nearly ten hour deposition yesterday. the trump administration is proposing some changes to the way food stamp benefits are calculated and theorist Pam Fessler reports that the move could cut board a half billion dollars over five years the rule change is the third that the administration has proposed that would limit supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits also known as food stamps this one involves the way utility costs are calculated in determining a family's monthly benefit the administration says it wants to standardize the formula nation wide which would increase payments for some people but almost twenty percent of households would have their benefits cut also pending or proposed rules to impose more work requirements on food stamp recipients and to make other formula changes which would eliminate benefits for about four million people the public comment period on the new rule and stir sambar second Pam Fessler NPR news Washington an Asian American group that back the discrimination lawsuit against Harvard says it will support the appeal from member station WGBH. the plaintiffs say race conscious admissions policies are discriminatory in her decision judge Alison Burroughs says the plaintiffs did not present a single Asian American applicants to Harvard who was overtly discriminated against when you on we was with the Asian American coalition for education which have filed a civil rights complaint against the college in two thousand fifteen she says the decision is disheartening it is a robot but it's not the end our connective tissue of Harvard on this issue who says the coalition is also waiting for the trump administration to conclude a separate investigation into Yale's admissions policies the administration supports the lawsuit against Harvard for NPR news I'm Kerr Kerr because I in Boston this is NPR news. Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf is ordering his administration to develop plans to join a regional effort to cut carbon emissions from power plants from member station WHYY in Philadelphia Susan Phillips reports that Pennsylvania is one of the largest greenhouse gas emitter in the nation the regional greenhouse gas initiative began forcing power plant polluters to pay for their missions ten years ago. nine northeast states participate at a press conference governor wolf pointed to impacts of climate change as the reason to join the effort now we know that if we don't get control over the emission of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide the extreme weather will only get more extreme wolf a Democrat is by passing the Republican legislature by signing an executive order New Jersey is joining the group in January Virginia's governor also made efforts to join but was shot down by the legislature for NPR news I'm Susan Phillips in Philadelphia MGM resorts international has agreed to pay up to eight hundred million dollars to relatives and survivors of the October twenty seventeen mass shooting victims in Las Vegas the gunman fired on a concert below his roommate MGM's Mandalay bay hotel killing fifty eight people and injuring hundreds more MGM hence admitted no guilt in the settlement which results lawsuit and at least ten states the company filed suit against more than nineteen hundred at.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Political rival Joe Biden from today called on China to do the same China has started investigation into the by. because what happened to China is just about as bad as what happened with. with your brain so I would say that residents of this game. if it were me I would recommend that they start an investigation into the fight speaking to reporters as he left the White House trump defended his contact with Ukraine's president calling it perfect he made the allegations against the bidens without providing any evidence an Asian American group the back the discrimination lawsuit against Harvard says it will support the appeal from member station WGBH her care of has a has more in her decision judge Alison Burroughs says the plaintiffs did not present a single Asian American applicant to Harvard who was overtly discriminated against when you on we was with the Asian American coalition for education which had filed a civil rights complaint against the college in two thousand fifteen she says the decision is disheartening it is a roadblock but it's not the end our connective tissue of heart rate on this issue who says the coalition is also waiting for the trump administration to conclude a separate investigation into Yale's admissions policies the administration supports the lawsuit against Harvard for NPR news I'm Kerr care because I in Boston the Bernie Sanders campaign says the democratic presidential candidate will participate in the next primary debate on Tuesday October fifteenth Sanders underwent a cardiac procedure to treat a blocked artery after feeling discomfort in his chest and called of campaign appearances for now his wife says he is expected to be out of the hospital and back home in Vermont on Sunday you're listening to NPR news from Washington and this is WNYC in New York on John Carlson Manhattan district attorney's side Vance's lawyers have filed a strongly worded response to the US department of justice that's after it blocked Vance read this the getting president trump's business W. my sis and riverside co host of our tribe in podcast has more after the US attorney said trump lawyer Michael Cullen to prison for his role in the hush money payments to stormy Daniels the office declined to prosecute trump but the DA thought trump might have falsified business records of felony and you. mark comes personal attorneys sued to block the DA from getting trumped tax returns and then the department of justice weighed in on trump's side in a blistering letter to the court that his attorneys say delaying the investigation could result in the expiration of the statute of limitations and that the DOJ action hinders investigations not only into trump but into his business and other parties..

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Into the by. because what happened in China is just about as bad as what happened with. love with your brain so I would say that residents of this game. if it were me I would recommend that they start an investigation into the fight speaking there to reporters as he left the White House trump defended his contact with Ukraine's president calling it perfect he made the allegations against the bidens without providing any evidence an Asian American group the back the discrimination lawsuit against Harvard says it will support the appeal from member station WGBH Kerr Kerr has a has more in her decision judge Alison Burroughs says the plaintiffs did not present a single Asian American applicant to Harvard who was overtly discriminated against when you on we was with the Asian American coalition for education which had filed a civil rights complaint against the college in two thousand fifteen she says the decision is disheartening it is a roadblock but it's not the end our connective tissue of heart rate on this issue who says the coalition is also waiting for the trump administration to conclude a separate investigation into Yale's admissions policies the administration supports the lawsuit against Harvard for NPR news I'm Kerr Kerr Penza in Boston the Bernie Sanders campaigns as the democratic presidential candidate will participate in the next primary debate on Tuesday October fifteenth Sanders underwent a cardiac procedure to treat a blocked artery after feeling discomfort in his chest and called of campaign appearances for now his wife says he is expected to be out of the hospital and back home in Vermont on Sunday you're listening to NPR news from Washington. the state of New York is suing a major student loan servicing company over problems with the federal public service loan forgiveness program as in pairs Chris Arnold reports the suit alleges the borrowers are being improperly denied forgiveness of those loans New York Attorney General Leticia James says nurses teachers police officers and others have been hard financially by deceptive unfair and abusive practices they AG is suing the Pennsylvania higher education assistance agency which runs the major loan servicer fed loan at issue is a troubled federal program that's designed to encourage people to work in public service after ten years of qualifying payments the program promises to forgive people's remaining student loan debt but the vast majority of people who think they've done that apply for a loan forgiveness are being rejected the lawsuit alleges among other things that the company made mistakes that unfairly disqualified people the company said in a statement that the allegations are without merit a similar lawsuit is being brought by the state of Massachusetts Chris Arnold NPR news initial jobless claims rose slightly last week the labor department says the number of people applying for first time unemployment benefits rose four thousand to a seasonally adjusted two hundred nineteen thousand Wall Street higher by the closing bell the Dow up one hundred twenty two points up nearly half percent the nasdaq up one point one percent that's a gain of eighty seven points in the S. and P. five hundred up twenty three this is NPR news..

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on KCRW

"Into the by. because what happened. is just about as bad as what happened with. you pray in Arizona vice president Mike pence defended trump stating that the American people have a right to know whether the former vice president or his family profited from his position Franco or down yes NPR news the White House and Asian American group that backed the discrimination lawsuit against Harvard says it will support the appeal from member station WGBH in Boston Kirk has a has more in her decision judge Alison Burroughs says the plaintiffs did not present a single Asian American applicant to Harvard who was overtly discriminated against when you on we was with the Asian American coalition for education which had filed a civil rights complaint against the college in two thousand fifteen she says the decision is disheartening it is a roadblock but it's not the end our connective tissue a heart rate on this issue who says the coalition is also waiting for the trump administration to conclude a separate investigation into Yale's admissions policies the administration supports the lawsuit against Harvard for NPR news I'm Kerr care because I in Boston a Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling weapons and targeting prominent politicians and journalists has pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges NPR's winter Johnson reports he faces more than two decades in prison lieutenant Christopher Hansen was accused of devising what appeared to be a computer spreadsheet hit list that included democratic political leaders Supreme Court justices and several television journalist federal prosecutors called has in as self described white nationalist and domestic terrorist intent on carrying out mass killings investigators found the fifteen guns and a more than a thousand rounds of ammunition in his home authorities also found evidence that hasn't had a research to how to make homemade bombs and studied sniper training is facing up to thirty one years in prison and is scheduled to be sentenced in January wins our Johnston NPR news Washington national retail federation is predicting that holiday sales. this year will rise by between three point eight and four point two percent stocks gained ground on Wall Street the Dow five hundred and twenty two points you're listening to NPR and this is KCRW on a Thursday October third a very good afternoon to you I'm Larry Pareil here's what's happening at three oh four county health officials have confirmed the county's first death from west Nile virus this year patient lived in the South Bay health officials say there have been nine documented human cases of west Nile so far this year in LA county not including Pasadena and Long Beach which of their own health departments and maintain their own records the ski those birds and chickens infected with the virus have been found throughout the county the criminal case against activist and democratic donor ad Buck has expanded authorities say a federal grand jury has indicted Buck in connection with the overdose death of a second man inside Bucks west Hollywood apartment block was previously charged with providing methamphetamine the calls the overdose death of twenty six Jamelle more in twenty seventeen now he's also charged with the death of fifty five year old Timothy dean who died in January of this year dean sister choice said her family was grateful to charges have finally been filed yes is just about to come it is entirely we need to hear this kind of news a grand jury indictment also accuses bulk of distributing math to three other men and a state indictment accuses him of running a drug Dan in his apartment if convicted on all charges back could be sent or Buck rather could be sentenced to life in prison. in a dramatic move to unclog the court system and throw a lifeline to Ellie's poorest residents local officials are asking the courts to dismiss really two million minor citations and warrants with more on this your case your W. sterile saxman this is a joint move by the county and city of LA and it addresses what critics call a cycle of despair where poor people are repeatedly ticketed arrested in jail for minor infractions the problems escalate over time when offenders cannot pay their fines and fees under the plan those old fines and fees would be dismissed along with the citations in a joint statement district attorney Jackie Lacey and city attorney Mike fewer said the plan would save the court's money and allow police to focus on more serious crimes but an important goal they say is to make life a little easier for those who are struggling the.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Started investigations into the by. because what happens. is just about as bad as what happened with. with you pray in Arizona vice president Mike pence defended trump stating that the American people have a right to know whether the former vice president or his family profited from his position Franco or down yes NPR news the White House and Asian American group that backed the discrimination lawsuit against Harvard says it will support the appeal from member station WGBH in Boston Kirker peasant has more in her decision judge Alison Burroughs says the plaintiffs did not present a single Asian American applicant to Harvard who was overtly discriminating against when you on we was with the Asian American coalition for education which have filed a civil rights complaint against the college in two thousand fifteen she says the decision is disheartening it is a roadblock but it's not the end our connective tissue of heart rate on this issue who says the coalition is also waiting for the trump administration to conclude a separate investigation into Yale's admissions policies the administration supports the lawsuit against Harvard for NPR news I'm Kerr care because I in Boston a Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling weapons and targeting prominent politicians and journalists has pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges NPR's winter Johnson reports he faces more than two decades in prison lieutenant Christopher Hansen was accused of devising what appeared to be a computer spreadsheet hit list that included democratic political leaders Supreme Court justices and several television journalist federal prosecutors called Hanson as self described white nationalist and domestic terrorist intent on carrying out mass killings investigators found the fifteen guns and a more than a thousand rounds of ammunition in his home authorities also found evidence that hasn't had researched how to make homemade bombs and studied sniper training is facing up to thirty one years in prison and is scheduled to be sentenced in January wins our Johnston NPR news Washington the national retail federation is predicting that holiday sale. was this year will rise by between three point eight and four point two percent stocks gained ground on Wall Street the Dow up a hundred and twenty two points you're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson New York governor Andrew Cuomo's office is denying allegations that it traded a significant Medicaid a rate increase for hefty donation to the state Democratic Party The New York Times reported today that the greater New York hospital association donated about a million dollars to the state party that's following a request by Cuomo's twenty eighteen reelection campaign shortly after state officials quietly that issued the first Medicaid reimbursement increase in a decade worth about one hundred and forty eight million dollars almost senior adviser rich as a party says there's no connection yes healthcare costs are increasing and that's not a news flash but whether a role documented national phenomenon that has nothing to do with politics the weather or religion as a party says the new rates cover increased labor costs and minimum wage hikes. New Jersey is taking over the resettlement of refugees within the state from the federal government reversing a decision made by former governor Chris Christie's administration back in twenty sixteen. current governor Phil Murphy announced his intention to overturn Christie's decision on resettlement earlier this year the state's Human Services commissioner says the state wanted to resume services to refugees after the trump administration announced plans to cut federal refugee admissions at two eighteen thousand down from a high of.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Americans federal judge Alison Burroughs says while Harvard's admissions process is not perfect it does pass constitutional muster support on Beacon Hill for bills to improve benefits for the state's public safety officers and police firing corrections former Somerville detective Mario Olivera testifying he nearly died in twenty ten after being shot multiple times on the job he said he went back to work I eight months later to pay the bills only to have a heart attack one bill would increase compensation from seventy two percent to one hundred percent of regular pay October is breast cancer awareness month and here in Massachusetts a number of local police departments are participating in the pink patch project WBZ's are Coen explains you may see members of your local police department wearing a pink version of their department patch of this month they're part of a nationwide effort to bring awareness to breast cancer about three hundred ninety departments around the country are participating in the project including Cambridge police Cambridge officer Bob Reardon has a personal reason for participating my mother is a breast cancer survivor this is for me not only to support her but all those like her that unfortunate been afflicted by this terrible disease and to a small part to hopefully support them about any police and public safety agencies in Massachusetts are participating in the project and members of the public can buy the vibrant pink patches check with your local police proceeds will go to the cops for kids program are going WBZ boss. Stine's news radio a protester shot by a police officer in Hong Kong is arrested and charged with assault the eighteen year old student took a bullet to the chest after confronting the officer during violent pro democracy demonstrations yesterday he remains in stable but critical condition at a hospital the city's police commissioner defending the officer calling his actions reasonable the student is the first known victim of police gunfire since demonstrations began in June in Great Britain there are set to unveil the new and improved final brexit deal offered to the European Union A. B. C.'s Tom rivers is following at all with the clock ticking down toward an exit deadline of the end of the month we now entered the real deal or No deal Frankie's James cleverly the chair Britain's ruling Conservative Party this is the moment of truth this is the time this is the point at which the E. you need to recognize that if there is any movement that they can make if there is any concessions they couldn't put in place this is the time to do it right minister Boris Johnson says you'll walk away from the talks if the E. U. refuses to engage with this plan Tom rivers ABC news learned what happens when you increase the amount of vegetarian options on a menu a university of Cambridge study found the doubling the number of vegetarian options on university.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Federal judge Alison Burroughs says while Harvard's admissions process is not perfect it does pass constitutional muster frustration in South Boston where residents are dealing with addicts hi housing prices and a lack of resources WBZ's Karen regal reports tell it's nearly lives in South Boston he came on Friday to discover homeless encampments and the private alley behind his home the process to get trespassers off his property he says what's frustrating I met this homeless person you know they they seem like they're generally just on their last little luck here but you can't live by my house it's a fire hazard there is no wasted and needles and all the kinds of things that go with that I'm at home now as well to the mayor's office which says people should call three one one when this happens and in most cases it will respond in clean up even on private property in South Boston Karen regal WBZ Boston sneeze right. support on Beacon Hill for bills to improve benefits for the state's public safety officers and police fire and corrections former Somerville detective Mario Olivera testified he nearly died in twenty ten after being shot multiple times on the job he went back to work eight months later to pay the bills only to have a heart attack Woburn officer Robert to Napoli told of being shot at a jewelry store heist he lost the tip of a finger is blind in one eye and has difficulty walking one bill would increase compensation from seventy two percent to one hundred percent of regular pay for injured officers across the pond they are set to unveil the new and improved final brexit deal offered to the European Union ABC's Tom rivers has more with the clock ticking down toward an exit deadline at.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly secretary of state Mike Pompeii is in Rome today NPR Sylvia Jolie says while in Europe Pompey was having to deal with an impeachment inquiry against president trump by house Democrats there was at a Vatican conference this morning where he urged others to join the trump administration in a religious freedom alliance earlier state department spokeswoman issued a statement here calling on Pyongyang to refrain from provocations after North Korea fired a ballistic missile off its east coast during his meeting with Italy's president last night Bombay ignored a question about his involvement in the July twenty fifth telephone call between president trump and the president of Ukraine Pompey was among those who have been subpoenaed a federal judge in Massachusetts says Harvard University does not intentionally discriminate against Asian American applicants as was alleged in a lawsuit carapace a with member station WGBH has more from Boston judge Alison Burroughs says Harvard's admissions program is not unfairly biased against Asian Americans she says diversity on campus will move us to quote the point where we see that race is a fact and not the fact that tells us what is important but we're not there yet the plaintiffs led by a long time critic of the consideration of race in admissions plan to appeal the decision all the way to the Supreme Court this is NPR news. in Iraq riot police are out in force today in Baghdad the day after violent clashes involving protesters denouncing government corruption and high unemployment it leads to a Rockies were killed and about two hundred injured in yesterday's confrontations we're live fire and tear gas were used roads leading to a large public square in the capital R. block today Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking to fend off possible charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust as a series of hearings gets under way today he me several offer ports from Tel Aviv the closed hearings are scheduled to last for days during which Netanyahu's legal team will try to convince the Attorney General not to file charges in three cases against the prime minister on Wednesday and Thursday the Attorney General will hear arguments in a case that alleges that Netanyahu acted to benefit a telecommunications company in exchange for favorable press coverage Sunday and Monday's hearings deal with two other cases the hearings come at a politically fraught moment for the prime minister as he struggles to form the next government after Israel's deadlocked election last month as of now Netanyahu lacks the support in parliament to rule on for NPR news I'm Neil me several off in Tel Aviv Portuguese officials are reporting minimal damage in the Azores islands from hurricane Lorenzo category two storm knocked down trees and power lines overnight I'm David Mattingly in Washington..

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This afternoon between four thirty and six thirty we also repeat an hour of All Things Considered tonight at midnight coming up on morning edition the trump administration and congressional oversight David green of NPR we'll have an interview for you just ahead. my name is Michael state and we're coming up on three thirty after a relatively cool morning we do expect sunny conditions for the bay today with highs today the mid sixties to mid seventies at the coast and around the bay into the upper seventies inland sacramental sunny skies highs from seventy four to eighty. live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly secretary of state Mike Pompeii is in Rome today NPR Sylvia Jolie says while in Europe Pompey was having to deal with an impeachment inquiry against president trump my house Democrats compare was at a Vatican conference this morning where he urged others to join the trump administration in a religious freedom alliance earlier state department spokeswoman issued a statement here calling on Pyongyang to refrain from provocations after North Korea fired a ballistic missile off its east coast during his meeting with Italy's president last night Bombay ignored a question about his involvement in the July twenty fifth telephone call between president trump and the president of Ukraine Pompey was among those who have been subpoenaed a federal judge in Massachusetts says Harvard University does not intentionally discriminate against Asian American applicants as was alleged in a lawsuit carapace so with member station WGBH has more from Boston judge Alison Burroughs says Harvard's admissions program is not unfairly biased against Asian Americans she says diversity on campus will move us to quote the point where we see that race is a fact and not the fact that tells us what is important but we're not there yet the plaintiffs led by a long time critic of the consideration of race in admissions plan to appeal the decision all the way to the Supreme Court this is NPR news. in Iraq riot police are out in force today in Baghdad the day after violent clashes involving protesters denouncing government corruption and high unemployment it leads to a Rockies were killed and about two hundred injured in yesterday's confrontations we're live fire and tear gas were used roads leading to a large public square in the capital R. block today Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking to fend off possible charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust as a series of hearings gets under way today the only several offer ports from Tel Aviv the closed hearings are scheduled to last for days during which Netanyahu's legal team will try to convince the Attorney General not to file charges in three cases against the prime minister on Wednesday and Thursday the Attorney General will hear arguments in a case that alleges that Netanyahu acted to benefit a telecommunications company in exchange for favorable press coverage Sunday and Monday's hearings deal with two other cases the hearings come at a politically fraught moment for the prime minister as he struggles to form the next government after Israel's deadlocked election last month as of now Netanyahu lacks the support in parliament to rule on for NPR news I'm Naomi selloff in Tel Aviv Portuguese officials are reporting minimal damage in the.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Talk about it still two years later people have gathered here at the Los Vegas healing garden to remember those who were killed two years ago I'm grateful I get to be here and share my story but there's fifty eight people that never got to go home that night it is about honoring the fifty eight beautiful beautiful souls no longer with us many people who are here say they will come back each year to pay tribute let me here for a reason and I just wanna get people support and love and strength through perseverance we can all get through this Steve Futterman CBS news Las Vegas. a federal judge's ruling that Harvard University is not discriminating against Asian Americans in its admissions process US district judge Alison Burroughs says the Ivy League universities process is not perfect but there's nothing to show any decision negatively impacted the Asian American identity the student led organization that filed the lawsuit students for fair admissions argue that Asians were held to a higher standard in admissions. today marks one year since Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered the dissident Saudi journalist was last seen walking into the consulate in Istanbul Turkey to get documents for his marriage they never walked out so she was reportedly tortured killed and dismembered by a hit squad sent from Saudi Arabia specifically for that purpose Saudi officials initially denied that he was killed but later admitted it. the so called subway singer has been identified mystery singer caught on video by a Los Angeles police officer or serenading folks in the subway has been identified. fifty two year old and only is a more cost says she became homeless three years ago after.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Related deaths in two more states Lisa Brady fox news New Jersey just confirming its first death as a nationwide outbreak of vaping related illnesses continues this follows a death announcement earlier today in Nebraska Ohio's governor Mike DeWine now calling on state lawmakers to ban of flavored vaping products use the cigarette use skyrocketed to what both the US Surgeon General. the FAA have called and I quote epidemic levels his CDC still investigating more than eight hundred illnesses in forty six states and now fifteen deaths searching for any specific costs there's late word that the former US ambassador to Ukraine will not give a deposition tomorrow to a trio of house committees as plant boxes learned it will be rescheduled this as secretary of state Mike Pompeii and the committee chairman accuse each other of trying to intimidate witnesses and the impeachment probe of the president's Ukraine call a federal judge rules in favor of Harvard University in a long running legal fight over allegations that renewed debate over affirmative action boxes colonel Scott has this live the lease a district judge Alison Burroughs says there is no evidence the Ivy League school discriminated on racial grounds against Asian American students the group students for fair admissions argued Asian American applicants were held to higher standards in the black and Hispanic students work with lower grades were admitted instead the group says Harvard focused on a subjective personal rating rather than academics judge Berle's did say well the admissions practice what's acceptable was also not perfect this of our affirmative action case could possibly be reviewed by the Supreme Court Lisa colonel thanks to sell off on Wall Street today and it was blamed on disappointing manufacturing data and manufacturing activity dropping to its lowest level in ten years Dow.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I. V. C. W. I. V. C. H. D. one Indianapolis five. related deaths in two more states Lisa Brady fox news New Jersey just confirming its first death as a nationwide outbreak of vaping related illnesses continues this follows a death announcement earlier today in the brassica Ohio's governor Mike DeWine now calling on state lawmakers to ban flavored vaping products using E. cigarette use skyrocketed. what both the US Surgeon General. the FAA have called and I quote epidemic levels the CDC still investigating more than eight hundred illnesses in forty six states and now fifteen deaths searching for any specific costs there's late word that the former US ambassador to Ukraine will not give a deposition tomorrow to a trio of house committees as plant boxes learned it will be rescheduled this as secretary of state Mike Pompeii and the committee chairman accuse each other of trying to intimidate witnesses and the impeachment probe of the president's Ukraine call a federal judge rules in favor of harbor university in a long running legal fight over allegations that renewed debate over affirmative action boxes going all Scott has this live the least the district judge Alison Burroughs says there is no evidence the Ivy League school discriminated on racial grounds against Asian American students the group students for fair admissions argued Asian American applicants were held to higher standards in the black and Hispanic students work with lower grades were admitted instead the group says Harvard focused on a subjective personal rating rather than academics judge Berle's did say well the admissions practice what's acceptable was also not perfect this of affirmative action case could possibly be reviewed by the Supreme Court Lisa colonel thanks to sell off on Wall Street today and it was blamed on disappointing manufacturing data and manufacturing activity dropping to its lowest level in ten years Dow.

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"alison burroughs" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"alison burroughs" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Just confirming its first death as a nationwide outbreak of vaping related illnesses continues this follows a death announcement earlier today in Nebraska Ohio's governor Mike DeWine now calling on state lawmakers to ban flavored vaping products use easy great use skyrocketed to what both the US Surgeon General. and the FDA have called and I quote epidemic levels the CDC still investigating more than eight hundred illnesses in forty six states and now fifteen deaths searching for any specific costs there's late word that the former US ambassador to Ukraine will not give a deposition tomorrow to a trio of house committees as plant boxes learned it will be rescheduled this as secretary of state Mike Pompeii and the committee chairman accuse each other of trying to intimidate witnesses and the impeachment probe of the president's Ukraine call a federal judge rules in favor of Harvard University in a long running legal fight over allegations that renewed debate over affirmative action boxes colonel Scott has this live the least the district judge Alison Burroughs says there is no evidence the Ivy League school discriminated on racial grounds against Asian American students the group students for fair admissions argued Asian American applicants were held to higher standards in the black and Hispanic students work with lower grades were admitted instead the group says Harvard focused on a subjective personal rating rather than academics judge Berle's did say well the admissions practice what's acceptable was also not perfect this of our affirmative action case could possibly be reviewed by the Supreme Court Lisa colonel thanks to sell off on Wall Street today and it was blamed on disappointing manufacturing data and manufacturing activity dropping to its lowest level in.

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Federal judge clears Harvard University in lawsuit alleging racial bias against Asian American applicants

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00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Federal judge clears Harvard University in lawsuit alleging racial bias against Asian American applicants

"A federal judge rules in favor of Harvard University in a long running legal fight over allegations that renewed debate over affirmative action boxes colonel Scott has this live the least the district judge Alison Burroughs says there is no evidence the Ivy League school discriminated on racial grounds against Asian American students the group students for fair admissions argued Asian American applicants were held to higher standards in the black and Hispanic students work with lower grades were admitted instead the group says Harvard focused on a subjective personal rating rather than academics judge Berle's did say well the admissions practice what's acceptable was also not perfect this of our affirmative action case could possibly be reviewed by the

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