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Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

"Newly sworn in Secretary of State Antony Blinken and pledging to rebuild morale and trust in the state Department. He's beginning his first full day on the job is America's top diplomat today. Making his first official remarks at the State Department as secretary of state, he said today is a new day. I'll be forthright with you. Because transparency makes us stronger. Seek out the sending views. And listen to the experts because that's how the best decisions are made. And I will insist that you speak And speak up. Without fear. Or favor. And I will have your back. The veteran diplomat also spoke to several of America's closest allies, confirming his commitment to resetting the United States relationship with countries like Mexico, Canada, Japan and South

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Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:24 sec | 5 hrs ago

Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

"In Secretary of state Anthony Blinken held his first briefing for a staff today at the State Department. Blinken pledging as a career State Department official says he's committed to rebuilding morale and foster a transparent environmental insists that you speak Speak up. Without fear. Or favor. And I will have your back. He takes over from former State Secretary Mike Pompeo, Members

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Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

Frank Beckmann

00:39 sec | 7 hrs ago

Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

"After being sworn in this morning, Secretary of State Anthony Bilkin officially arriving at the State Department, delivering his first remarks to employees, I'm honored To begin work is our nation's 71st, secretary of state. I'm excited about All that lies ahead. It's a new day for America. It's a new day for the world Secretary Blinken facing multiple foreign policy challenges right on the get go. Those include China testing the U. S. With military provocations in the South China Sea near Taiwan. Iran, demanding the U. S move first to rejoin the nuclear agreement and Russian

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With mass protests, Russia's resurgent opposition poses test for Putin — and Biden

TIME's Top Stories

06:06 min | 11 hrs ago

With mass protests, Russia's resurgent opposition poses test for Putin — and Biden

"Allies of jailed russian opposition leader. Alexey navalny who faces years in prison called for new protests next weekend to demand his release following a wave of demonstrations that turned out tens of thousands across the country and a defiant challenge to president vladimir putin mass rallies took place. Saturday in over one hundred cities in what observers said was the largest outpouring of anger in years and nevada. Supporters urged protesters to keep up the pressure. Navan strategist leonid. Volkov tweeted monday for more demonstrations on january thirty first in all russian cities for navalny's freedom for our freedom for justice during saturday's protests over thirty seven hundred people were detained according to vdi info a human rights group that monitors political arrests. The group said the number was a record in its nine years of work more than fourteen hundred detentions in moscow alone also a record. According to russian media some of those detained were released without charges. But many others faced court hearings and moscow courts have handed jail terms ranging from seven to fifteen days to at least thirty detainees and fined sixty four others authorities also launched more than a dozen criminal investigations in moscow petersburg and other russian cities on charges of inciting unrest involving minors and illegal activity violence against police blocking roads hooliganism and damaging property. The molly's team said russia's investigative committee also probing violations of virus related restrictions. Dozens of nevada associates in various cities. Were detained in the days. Before the protests alexandra truck senior partner of the apology of protests. Legal aid group and fall into defense of over. One thousand detainees from the saturday protests called the authorities response unprecedented navalny an anti corruption. Campaigner and putin's fiercest critic was arrested january seventeenth as he returned to russia from germany where he had spent nearly five months recovering from pneumonia. Agent poisoning that he blames on the kremlin russian authorities deny the accusations. He was ordered jailed for thirty days but faces years in prison with authorities accusing him of violating the terms of a suspended sentence and a two thousand fourteen conviction for financial misdeeds. Navalny has said the conviction was motivated. Navan arrest and detention of demonstrators sparked outrage both at home and abroad and some western officials suggested imposing a sanctions on russia for its jailing off. Navalny white house press secretary. Jen psaki urged the immediate. And unconditional release of navalny as well as those who were detained in the crackdown. Sake did not say. When president joe biden plans to speak to putin biden was asked if he would put sanctions on the people involved in the poisoning and arrest of navalny and what that means for prospects of the extension of the new start nuclear arms treaty with russia. I find that we can both operate in the mutual self interest of our countries as a new start agreement and make it clear to russia that we are very concerned about their behavior. He said whether it involves evolving or some other issue the european union's foreign ministers on monday condemned his arrest and the detention of thousands at the protests the council considered it completely unacceptable condemned the mass detentions and the police brutality of the weekend. He you foreign policy chief. Joseph burrell said after chairing the meeting in brussels. The ministers however stopped short of weighing new sanctions. Barral said there has not been any concrete proposal on the table but added that the ministers are ready to act. Depending on the circumstances and russia public indignation was further. Fueled by an investigation. All team released into what they called. Putin's palace a two hour video posted on youtube. On january nineteenth alleged a lavish palace was built for putin on the black sea through an elaborate corruption scheme. It has since received over eighty six million views. The kremlin has denied. The estate had anything to do with the president. Speaking to students via video on monday putin himself addressed the allegations calling them an attempt to brainwash our citizens and saying that none of what is mentioned there as my property has never belonged and doesn't belong to me or my close relatives asked about saturday's protests. Putin said that all people have the right to express their point of view within limits outlined by law he referenced the january six attack on the us capitol and said that those taking part in it were facing between fifteen and twenty five years as if for domestic terrorism. They also came out with political slogans but outside the law. Why should everything outside. The law be allowed here know putin said the russian protests and crackdown appeared to have further strained russia. Us relations us state department spokesman. Ned price on saturday condemned the use of harsh tactics against protesters and journalists and a thirties to release navalny and all those detained for exercising. Their universal rights kremlin spokesman. Dmitry peskov accused washington of interfering with russia's internal affairs after the us embassy in moscow warning on its website detailing times and places of rallies in different russian cities and urging us citizens to avoid them on monday russia's deputy foreign minister sergey raghav lodged a protest to the us ambassador. John sullivan in connection to social media posts in support of unlawful rallies by the us embassy in moscow the ministry said it has also deemed the statement of the us state department spokesman inappropriate.

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Senate Confirms Antony Blinken As Secretary Of State

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Senate Confirms Antony Blinken As Secretary Of State

"The U. S. Senate signing off on President Biden's nominee for secretary of state President Biden's choice for top diplomat, One bipartisan support. Antony Blinken has been confirmed Secretary of State by the Senate with a 78 22 vote. Blinking is a veteran of the State Department, previously serving his deputy secretary of state and deputy National security advisor during the Obama administration. President Biden plans to re orient U. S foreign policy already rejoining the Paris climate accord and signaling an openness to re engaging with Iran in the international nuclear deal. Senate's Homeland Security Committee also advanced. Alejandro May or Kisses nomination to lead the Department of Homeland Security, setting up a full Senate vote

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Senate confirms Antony Blinken as secretary of state

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Senate confirms Antony Blinken as secretary of state

"Less than its signing off on the president's nominee for secretary of state President Biden's choice for top diplomat, One bipartisan support Antony Blinken has been confirmed Secretary of State by the Senate with a 78 22 vote. Blinking is a veteran of the State Department, previously serving his deputy secretary of state and deputy National security advisor during the Obama administration. President Biden plans to re orient U. S foreign policy already rejoining the Paris climate accord and signaling an openness to re engaging with Iran in the international nuclear deal. The Senate's Homeland Security Committee also advanced Alejandro Mayorkas, his nomination to lead the Department of Homeland Security. Setting up a full Senate

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California lifts regional stay-at-home order

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:19 min | 2 d ago

California lifts regional stay-at-home order

"Lunch outdoors at restaurants in Orange County. This half of the governor canceled the regional state home water because the coronavirus situation seems to be improving, can extend seventies John Baird is live with details. The state Department of Public Health says. We've turned a critical corner and officials there believe that going forward over the next four weeks or so I see you. Bed capacity will climb back above 15% in Southern California and two other regions, and that's why the regional stay at home order was canceled. So now it's back to the color coded grading system. Which leaves most county still in the purple tear, But they're now able to open up restaurants for outdoor dining if they choose Jim's for outdoor workouts and salons for limited indoor appointments. Lisa Bartlett is an Orange County supervisor so slowly but surely regret just start being able to reopen our economy. And hopefully, if our numbers hold will be able to move from the purple to the Reds here, she points out that the ICU bed capacity numbers are not good right now. Not at this moment in the OC. The state is looking into the future and the numbers overall. That's why the stay at home order was lifted. It's not clear what actions l a county will take. Reporting

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California lifts regional stay-at-home order

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:19 min | 2 d ago

California lifts regional stay-at-home order

"Lunch outdoors at restaurants in Orange County. This half of the governor canceled the regional state home water because the coronavirus situation seems to be improving, can extend seventies John Baird is live with details. The state Department of Public Health says. We've turned a critical corner and officials there believe that going forward over the next four weeks or so I see you. Bed capacity will climb back above 15% in Southern California and two other regions, and that's why the regional stay at home order was canceled. So now it's back to the color coded grading system. Which leaves most county still in the purple tear, But they're now able to open up restaurants for outdoor dining if they choose Jim's for outdoor workouts and salons for limited indoor appointments. Lisa Bartlett is an Orange County supervisor so slowly but surely regret just start being able to reopen our economy. And hopefully, if our numbers hold will be able to move from the purple to the Reds here, she points out that the ICU bed capacity numbers are not good right now. Not at this moment in the OC. The state is looking into the future and the numbers overall. That's why the stay at home order was lifted. It's not clear what actions l a county will take. Reporting

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Newsom expected to cancel regional stay-at-home orders in California regions, including Los Angeles

KCBS Radio Overnight News

04:06 min | 2 d ago

Newsom expected to cancel regional stay-at-home orders in California regions, including Los Angeles

"Gavin Newsom confirms to KCBS that tomorrow. The state Department of Public Health will lift the stay at home order is the regional state homeowners for all regions in California that includes the Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Joaquin Valley, which are the three regions still Under the stay at home order, But the news we're getting now confirmed from the noose of administration is that the regional state home orders will be lifted effective immediately. On that means going back to the color coded four tier system. Most counties are in the most restrictive purple tear, but this will mean that outdoor dining can resume. Not just take out. It means you'll be able to get your hair cut at a salon again. There's a whole list of things that were permitted under the purple tear that were shut down when the state home order took effect, so they're going to go ahead and lift this even though you know the whole plan has been for the last what more than a month That you had to have at least 15% capacity in the ice. He used to come out of this order. And as recently as this afternoon they were projecting that none of these regions were going to do that over the next four weeks. And then all of a sudden this afternoon. They said the Bay Area had a 23% ICU space, which was a little bit of a head scratcher. And now the state Department of Public Health says that all the regions are projected to have at least 15% ICU capacity within four weeks. And so they meet the criterion for lifting this stay at home order, and it's going to be lifted immediately. You think this is mostly political pressure? Because certainly we've been hearing that for four weeks. The ice you projections have to be below 15%. Yeah, It's really hard to say it's hard to believe that that's what's happening here. Although certainly back in the spring, we came out early in some parts of the state because of political pressure the governor gave into that. In this case, you know they have this metric that you have to have at least 15% headroom in the ICU, But they've kept secret exactly what goes into that recipe that there are four different Metrics, and we don't really know what those numbers are, and we've asked for that data. They won't give it to us. So how they come up with this projection? Nobody knows on. It's a little mysterious that all of a sudden, when the first part of the day the projection of the number for the bear, it was something like 7%. And then in the afternoon suddenly was 23.4%. And now they're saying all these regions will hit 15% over the next four weeks Now, I don't know, because they haven't shown us the data, so we we can't Confirm their math that this is an accurate projection. But it's hard to believe they would mess with the numbers in such a way because of political pressure. And, you know, put people's lives at risk just because they felt you know the heat, but they say that their numbers and we'll try to get more when they speak about this publicly of the next briefing. But they haven't given it to us In the past. Their numbers say that they show at least 15% space in the ICU is between now and the end of February. And one other thing, too, is that a lot of the infectious disease experts have been saying that they are somewhat confident that We are the current search that were in that started it. What if, after Thanksgiving, maybe has crested? And you think that may have played into a to that? What? What You mentioned that we're not seeing all the data here that it actually might be better than The projections were Yeah, I think that the surge has not been as horrible as they forecasted might be. And certainly the numbers over the last week to 10 days have been improving. The positivity rate has dropped steadily, both the seven day in the 14 day. The caseload has been coming down steadily. We had a couple record days of deaths, though last week but of course Deaths or trailing indicator. They're lagging indicator people dying that would have been infected several weeks ago, so that was to be expected. But the other numbers have been trending the right way. And the governor and the state health secretary of both been saying. That's cause for cautious optimism. I guess now there because these numbers continue to move in that direction. They're seeing the hospitalization and I see your numbers come down and they projected they're going to continue to improve But again without seeing what goes into the sausage making here, you know the numbers that make up their data. It's hard to confirm that independently. All right, duck. Thanks very much.

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Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

"Of Russia demanding the release of Alexey Navalny. Russia's top opposition figure. Protests erupted across Russia this weekend in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The numbers are staggering. In Moscow alone, an estimated 40,000 people gathered to demonstrate as many clashed with police across the country. At least 3000 people were arrested, including Navalny's wife, Julia. Now. A spokesperson for Russian President Vladimir Putin said today that they are accusing the United States of meddling in their internal affairs on Saturday that you had a state Department did put out a statement calling for Navalny's release.

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Kremlin: US comments on protests support law-breaking

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Kremlin: US comments on protests support law-breaking

"Russia is accusing the US of interfering in its domestic offense the day after more than three thousand five hundred Russians were arrested during nationwide protests the spokesperson for Russian president Vladimir Putin said statements on Twitter from the U. S. embassy encourage Russians to break the rule the tweet by USMC spokesperson Rebecca Ross was made during protests throughout Russia according to the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny in which thousands were arrested it read the US supports the rights of all people to peaceful protest freedom of expression steps being taken by Russian authorities also pressing those rights the embassy also tweeted a state department statement quoting from von these release I'm Karen Thomas

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Russian police detain thousands at pro-Navalny protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Russian police detain thousands at pro-Navalny protests

"Clashes between protesters and police and Russia this weekend have resulted in more than 2500 arrests and more than 100 cities. Here. CBS is Adriana DEA. Thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's Protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief. Thousands were arrested across the country, including the vault his wife in Moscow. The State Department is condemning the arrests and tactics used against the demonstrators. The EU says it will talk about taking action tomorrow.

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Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

Retire Hour

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

"In Russia more than 3000 or arrested his nationwide protest demand the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The State Department strongly condemns harsh tactics used by Russian police. Protest leaders are calling for more demonstrations next weekend. Fox is Jackie Ibanez, Navalny and outspoken critic of President Vladimir Putin recently returned home following medical treatment in Germany for poisoning. He claims the Kremlin ordered it. Russian officials deny

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Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

Lifestyles Unlimited

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

"More than 3000 or arrested his nationwide protest demand the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The State Department strongly condemns harsh tactics used by Russian police. Protest leaders are calling for more demonstrations next weekend. Fox is Jackie A Bunny is navalny and outspoken critic of President Vladimir Putin recently returned home following medical treatment in Germany for poisoning. He claims the Kremlin ordered it. Russian officials deny Starting

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Diplomats Return To State Department As Biden Administration Begins

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:48 min | 3 d ago

Diplomats Return To State Department As Biden Administration Begins

"The new administration is also promising to rebuild the State Department. They've brought back some diplomats who were forced out in the early days of the Trump administration to help But there are big gaps to fill as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports and Morita tourist served for a decade in the foreign service until she quit just over a year ago. She says she was just too frustrated with the Trump administration, pulling out of international organizations and sidelining career diplomats. At the time I was serving at the U. S mission to the U. N So had a front row seat to this isolation. So you know from the Paris accords, so leaving the Human Rights Council and also just the day to day sort of instructions. We were getting really to treat. Many of our allies like anniversaries were engaging with them and dialogue. We were bullying our way through for Chris Richardson. His concern started when Trump ran for president talking about banning Muslims from coming to the U. S. Have been horrified by that, and then he got elected and you know we did this to send cable against it. But my issue was is that after the dissent cable came out, we all kind of just moved on to the next outrage. But I never got over that outrage. Richardson and immigration lawyer left the foreign service in 2018 and got involved in lawsuits against Trump's travel ban. He even wrote in affidavit that made its way to the Supreme Court. So for me I felt that I needed to get out there. I needed Teofilo and I needed to stand up for American principles because I thought that then President Trump had gone so dangerously astray. From what our values and what our character is. As a country that I needed to make a stand. Biden has reversed the ban and has talked about the need to rebuild the State Department. Richardson, who's black. Says the problems that state are deeper than trump. He's worried about the lack of diversity. Tourists whose Puerto Rican agrees. We're facing a huge diversity deficit and a brain drain at the State Department. So I do think it's important that we look back and see and try and recruit those who have left to come back to show that, you know. Actually, this is not how the State Department typically runs President Biden has brought back some divers, former foreign service officers tapping Linda Thomas Greenfield to be the next U. S ambassador to the U. S. And as Rose, a A to be an undersecretary of state. Those are political appointees. There are stricter rules about bringing career diplomats back into the foreign service and 35 year. Veteran diplomat Tom Countryman says the secretary of state has to be judicious in combining Promotions for those who have labored in the vineyard under very difficult circumstances the last four years. As well as bringing back those of exceptional quality. It's gotta be a mixture of both countrymen was among those forced to retire at the start of the Trump administration. He encouraged other career foreign service officers to stay saying a foreign policy without professionals is an amateur one. I'm happy that their hard work and their patriotism will again be respected. Rather than denigrated by the White House. At his confirmation hearing, senators question Tony Blinken on how he will overcome the partisanship of Mike Pompeo is 10 Year at the department. It's not simply a matter of bringing people back filling the slots there no empty Is making sure that the best of our ability we're building a workforce that has skill said To deal with the incredibly complex challenges we're facing that are very different. Then the challenges we faced in previous generations. That means experts and global health and climate and technology, he said. He also vowed to focus on the department's diversity deficit and get back to its non partisan tradition. Michele Kelemen NPR news, the State

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Over 4,900 new COVID-19 cases, 80 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

Over 4,900 new COVID-19 cases, 80 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

"And when it comes to the latest Covad data in the Commonwealth, WBZ is Carl Stevens has the details. Its latest update from the state Department of Public Health has the highest cove in death toll that we've seen in more than a week. There are 80 newly confirmed deaths in this report, bringing the death toll to more than 13,700. There are more positive numbers to report, for example, the number of covert patients in hospitals is below 2900 for the first time in weeks, and the seven day positivity rate continues to go down. It's at around 5.5%. This is after more than 4900 newly confirmed cases, bringing the estimated number of active cases in the Commonwealth right now to more than 89,000. Carl. Steven, stop him easy, Boston's news radio

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Counting US Research Rodents

Science Magazine Podcast

02:46 min | 6 d ago

Counting US Research Rodents

"I this week. We have online news editor david graham. We're gonna talk about how many rodents rats and mice are used in. Us biomedical research each year. Hi dave here. When i first saw on the lineup i immediately sent you a guess. For how many rats and mice might be used by researchers every year. I was way off. What was your guest. it was eight million. Okay pay everyone listening you. Guess your own guests. I was way off. But the one clue so dave according to the study that we're going to be talking about today how many rats and mice are used or our house for biomedical research each year in the us. So according steady two hundred and eleven million. So i was way off. Were you surprised by this number. Kind of i mean the behind the study whose names larry carboni. He's at the university of california san francisco. Garri actually just left. There had written a book about fifteen years ago where he made a guest admit that was eighty to a hundred million so i heard a very high figure before but that is a lot higher than what other groups have estimated. The estimate tends to be around fifteen to twenty million. Why is this number mysterious. Why are people guessing or estimating how many of these animals are used in research. And this isn't something that we track greg. So there's something called the animal welfare act which is a federal law. That's been around for more than fifty years actually. Nbc wanted allows is the united states department of agriculture. Usda to go to my universities private companies any facility that has animals that are covered by that act usda goes in and inspect those animals for welfare counts them now. The problem is that there are only limited number of animals that are covered by that act that includes dogs cats rabbits monkeys but mice and rats and birds for the most part have always been excluded or mostly that excluded from that that means that the only agency that would go from especially as is counting. These animals is now counting mice rats. Nobody actually has any idea how many of these animals are being used in the us facilities. How does this value. Though this one hundred ten million or maybe the low value of twenty five million compare with those other lab animal populations that you're talking about rabbits cast dogs it's vastly more should matter who's number you believe. Everybody seems to agree that lab mice and rats makeup at least ninety three percent of all the mammals used by medical research so the total number all those other animals. I was talking about these animals that are covered by the welfare in the whole united states is about seven hundred

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Florida cracks down on 'vaccine tourists,' requiring proof of residency for COVID-19 shots

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:34 min | 6 d ago

Florida cracks down on 'vaccine tourists,' requiring proof of residency for COVID-19 shots

"So called vaccine tourism after reports that people from South America and Canada are going to the state to get the vaccine. CBS is Manuel Bark is with the look at how This is affecting Florida residents he's reporting from West Palm Beach. The governor has tried to be clear. He's not talking about so called snowbirds, people who own a part time residents here and come down to spend the winter. He's talking up about those who come here specifically. Try to get the vaccine Do would you say you've been hitting a brick wall trying to get this vaccine every time he tried? Yes. Absolutely. As Florida residents struggle to get appointments for vaccines. Some are are worried worried the the already already limited limited supply supply Maybe Maybe going going to to people people who who don't don't even even live live here here right right now. now. My My husband husband is is over over 65 65 he he Hold Hold and and actually actually went went online. online. Put Put his his name name in in on on after after a a couple couple days days got got a a response. response. We'll We'll let let you you know know when when it's it's coming. coming. But But still still no no vaccine. vaccine. No No Under Under Florida's Florida's vaccine vaccine plan, plan, health health care, care, long term care workers and those 65 up who are at least part time residents are eligible to get the vaccine. But according to data from the state Department of Health off the more than 1.1 million people vaccinated so far more than 39,000 reside outside of Florida. Governor Rhonda Santa's is people who get the vaccine need to live here. But he originally downplayed reports of vaccine tourism. We just want to make sure it's for Floridians, but there was evidence it's not Bueno scientist newspaper. Claudine recently found that a dozen wealthy Argentineans have traveled to Miami to get the shot.

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"american state department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"american state department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A bridge to get favorable treatment to a foreign company doing business in in the Ukraine what Dodd juniors I'm the board and working for that company every American would know that it believes bad blue star until you're literally blow in the face because the lefties would never shut up about it first of all it would actually stink to high heaven add they would manipulate that impounded impounded involved it is long past time that American conservatives know how to play that game and in this case you don't have to hype up and make a fake story we know the hunter Biden was on the board of a response we know the blue star was their American lobbying firm and we know that there were allegations within the a crate of corruption involving that company if the American state department was compromising coopted by hunter Biden to gain advantage for a company based in the Ukraine well nobody I would sure go about it if was Donald trump's sided not Joe Biden side right right your better remember that a breeze but not forget it again aka Bali out five fifty died to stock up at thirty W. I. S. it's time for rapid traffic in ninety four westbound at Lewis a crash off to the right shoulder ninety four westbound type twenty fifth street.

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"american state department" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"american state department" Discussed on WRVA

"She's here later in the hour. A major player has emerged over the past year in internal state -partment family wellness initiatives. Susan Pompeo wife of secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has taken cues from a couple of wives of former CIA director's who built up family initiatives at the CIA when their husbands headed the agency, you'll recall, Mr. Pompeo, was also CIA director before becoming America's top diplomat last year. More on MRs Pompeo's emerging role from guy Taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times. Guy, what have you seen? This is the third time she traveled with him. She captured some international headlines back in January when she went with him to the Middle East and at the time, we're in a government shutdown, and there was some media reports that diplomatic unnamed sources, of course complained that it was inappropriate that she would travel with him. At a time when. Department employees weren't getting paychecks because of the shutdown. So what's interesting is that she would be willing to talk at this time. And she, she kind of opened up in this really behind the scenes way where she talked about how, you know, Mike, Pompeo's got this, this kind of reputations as somebody who's really liked in private meetings, having this sort of charisma, when the cameras are turned off other foreign leaders and diplomats. They like appreciate this. They always seem to leave meetings with him smiling, even when they vehemently disagree with conservative policies such as on Iran, nuclear deal, trashing the Obama administration's foreign pulsing species, his promotion of Trump's America, I share, etc. So in public Pompeii, oh, has this other reputation of somebody who's really kind of stiff and a little bit grouchy? He doesn't really connect on a charisma. Level. That say former secretary of State, John Kerry did on his trips around the world, especially in Europe, and that's where Susan pond, pale really comes in where if she's traveling with her husband suddenly, you'll see him out in public smiling at times, which is which is interesting. It's almost like he's a little bit softer and more likable. It's definitely an interesting dynamic, and anything, you know, in terms of inside baseball, it's worth considering given that she is traveling, as far as we know on the taxpayer dime. We're speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. His piece is called. Do you feel safe? Susan Pompeo makes happiness and security of diplomatic families her mission. So you mentioned or she mentioned to you that she asks, do you feel safe? She picked us up on her own. I think it's a big priority for Mike Pompeo and look, I'm not going to pretend that I went into deep discussion with Susan Pompeo about this. But the presumption from the journalistic side secretary Pompeo really made a name for himself back in the Benghazi hearings. The really went after then secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, where of course ambassador Chris Stevens had died in an Terry who tack and Libya, and Pompeo really paid a name for himself on that you can imagine that now that he is the tide th- the roles switched and here he is, as secretary of state the security of diplomats a huge issue for him. He's, he's, he's kind of obsessed with it because I think he understands that it would be politically bad, if an incident in which American diplomats were endangered on his watch. But at the same time, you know, the whole Benghazi thing. Away from politics that Harvick incident really elevated the awareness of the fact that American diplomats route dangerous situations. You just don't really hear about it. We've got embassies in well, over one hundred countries around the world and a big thing for him. And I, I think that, that Susan Pompeo, she has a unique opportunity to, to really look at the secretary of state spouse shows up at your embassy. And you might you you as a career diplomat year. You're amongst one hundred American State Department employees at an embassy anywhere in the world. And the secretary of state comes through, you might get a selfie with him or a few minutes of private greeting that he gives diplomats. But if the secretary of state's wife shows up and his actually holding a round table meeting. You know, you've got a chance to sit down with the top directly in cock. And kind of author wick, it was interesting because she told me that she feels that people are really Janu. Even with her and these meetings for the Astra should, you know, do you think people just tell you what you want to hear and they're afraid about, you know this being like a whistle blower thing. And she cheat definitely felt that people are people are genuine, and they recognize kind of uniqueness of this, this setup sort of unfolded before our eyes. Thanks guy Taylor, national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times. Thirteen minutes now after the hour.

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"american state department" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"american state department" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Here later in the hour. A major player has emerged over the past year in internal state -partment family wellness initiatives. Susan Pompeo wife of secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has taken cues from a couple of wives of former CIA director's who built up family initiatives at the CIA when their husbands headed the agency, you'll recall, Mr. Pompeo, was also CIA director before becoming America's top diplomat last year. More on MRs Pompeo's emerging role from guy Taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times. Guy would have you seen this third time? She travelled with him. She captured some international headlines back in January when she went with him to the Middle East and at the time, we're in a government shutdown, and there was some media reports that diplomatic unnamed sources, of course complained that it was inappropriate that she would travel with him. At a time when. State Department employees weren't getting paychecks because of the shutdown. So what's interesting is that she would be willing to talk at this time. And she, she kind of opened up in this really behind the scenes way where she talked about how, you know, Mike, Pompeo's got this, this kind of reputations as somebody who's really liked in private meetings of having this sort of charisma, when the cameras are turned off other foreign leaders and diplomats. They like appreciate this. They always seem to leave meetings with him smiling. Even when they vehemently disagree with conservative policies such as on Iran, nuclear deal, trashing the Obama administration's foreign policy and species is promotion of Trump's America. I lost your etc. So in public palm peyot has other reputation of somebody who's really kind of stiff and a little bit grocery. He doesn't really connect on a charisma. Level. That say former secretary of State, John Kerry did on his trips around the world, especially in Europe, and that's where Susan pond, pale really comes in where if she's traveling with her husband suddenly, you'll see him out in public smiling at times, which is which was interesting. It's almost like a little bit softer and more likable. It's definitely an interesting dynamic, and anything, you know, in terms of inside baseball, it's worth considering given that she is traveling, as far as we know on the taxpayer dime. We're speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. His piece is called. Do you feel safe? Susan Pompeo makes happiness and security of diplomatic families her mission. So you mentioned or she mentioned to you that she asks, do you feel safe? She picked us up on her own. I think it's a big priority for Mike Pompeo and look, I'm not going to pretend that I went into deep discussion with Susan Pompeo about this. But the presumption from the journalistic side is in secretary Pompeo really made a name for himself back in the Benghazi hearings that really went after then secretary of state, Hillary Clinton where of course ambassador Chris Stevens had died and a terrorist attack, and Libya, and Pompeo really paid a name for himself on that you can imagine that now that he is the tide. The have switched. And here he is as secretary of state the security of diplomats a huge issue for him. He's, he's, he's kind of obsessed with it because I think he understands that it would be politically bad, if an incident in which American diplomats were endangered on his watch. But at the same time, you know the whole Benghazi. Z thing away from politics that Harvick incident really elevated the awareness of the fact that American diplomats out dangerous situations. You just don't really hear about it. We've got embassies in well, over one hundred countries around the world. And so this is like a big thing for him. And I and I think that Susan peyot she has a unique opportunity to, to really look at the secretary of state. Spouse shows up at your embassy. And you might you you as a career diplomat year. You're amongst hundred American State Department employees at an embassy anywhere in the world. And the secretary of state comes through, you might get a selfie with him or a few minutes of a private greeting that he gives diplomats. But if the of state's wife shows up and his actually holding around table meeting. You got a chance to sit down with the top directly and talk in a kind of author wick, it was interesting because she told me that she feels that people are really. Genuine with her, and these meetings, the Astra should, you know, do you think people just tell you what you want to hear and they're afraid about, you know this being like a whistle blower thing. And, and she, she definitely felt that people people are genuine, and they recognize kind of uniqueness. It is this setup sort of unfolded before, is guy guy Taylor national security and foreign policy reporter at the Washington Times. Thirteen minutes now after the hour.

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"american state department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There's been reports of the GRE which is Russian military intelligence creating fake comments on news sites creating fake social media profiles Russian forces attempt to seize and control internet access on the Crimean peninsula. Russia drummed up support in Crimea. And then went in militarily move forces towards the border with Ukraine where they had in previous. Sleep been stationed and very quickly seizes the territory of Crimea, initially Russia denied it had troops in Crimea. The soldiers had no insignia on their uniforms, but they carried Russian weapons. Vladimir Putin said they were quote, local Self Defense Forces and Russia, then annexes Crimea, effectively admitting all of the things that they've done there that there was Russia acting Russia didn't just lie and it didn't just put out propaganda. It's subterfuge. In Crimea went deeper. Russia is undermining sort of objective reality. They are putting out messages that make it seem like there's no objective truth. It wasn't long before. American State Department officials in Ukraine started picking up on all this disinformation. Molly Schwartz brings us the story. when Russia annexed Crimea, it sent the US State Department, scrambling SRI, Preston Carney was working there as a foreign service officer. He remembers how things unfolded next. The State Department actually tried to bring together a collection of Russia experts and public diplomacy experts to try and do a counter messaging task force. She was tapped to be the campaign director for this new Ukraine communications task force. He began to notice some strange things about the way that the conflict was being described on Russian media. I saw people claiming that the CIA had put dead bodies inside a plane, and then purposely shot it down in order to create propaganda against the Russian government people were repeating that story again, and again, and I realize we had gone through the looking glass at that point that if people could believe that they could believe almost anything SRI and his task force were responding in real time. They noticed that. There are a few influential. Names who are driving the narrative on the Russian side. We would have certain actors who would pop up again. And again number one on that list was Constantine recalled he was active on Twitter and a lot of other social media like live journal contact you an no class, Nikki he was fluent in the language of the Russian internet culture. He had helped invent it. Here's Alexander smell of. He says that starting in the mid nineties recalled started to be actively involved in the development of Russian internet ball. He was still a teenager. Budrus smell of used to work with recall at a propaganda online news site. It's called the add ons and produces it says that was at the roots of something called the Donut culture. But these were young people who are coming onto the internet in inventing their own language there and generally making a mockery of everything. Having fun in creating a sort of subculture soaps smell of remembers that in those days, the political discussions on the internet were mostly anti-putin. The internet was one of the few places where the opposition movement could communicate freely through school. When Putin first came to power in the year, two thousand he wasn't paying much attention to this kind of activity online. Here reportedly didn't use a computer, and he was busy tightening control over Russian newspapers and TV news channels, but then in two thousand five things changed..

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"american state department" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Well, yes and no. And just seems to me that that just because an adhesion to truth is not necessarily comfortable. American. The American sense of it is different because Americans America's still living in present Britain's living in his post as an empire. So you fail that what you're doing is right because you're living your now. Whereas Britain is living its postal the time. Yes. I mean, the point is that Great Britain was the empire certainly till the end of the nineteenth century and still continuing into the twentieth and the Americans weren't really a world power till after the first World War all this stuff about the rise to world power from eighteen seventy on is just wrong. I think that's looking backward. That's not how looked like then the point is now, of course, the Americans are now in conflict with another growing global empire. And of course it's not the United Kingdom, but it's China. So the Americans are already an empire. China is now rising. Are we going to see two centuries after the first one, an interesting sort of clash because Britain was the major financial power. During that time, the pound was as good as gold financial system you know was was didn't precisely rule the world all. Sorts of things. The Americans have now, you know, and and no empire thinks it's going to end. The Americans don't think it's going to end. Well, guess what. Can I ask you about that point? Because it's interesting if you look at the the the, the current incumbent in the White House, for example, a man who as far as are wild guesses probably only have read books about himself. When imagines would he be amongst those many frontline politicians? He seemed to display a worrying lack of understanding of the nuance of history or just knowledge of it who'd be well served in reading like this, particularly if it might then inform the decision making this, you know, the relationship with China or how to do diplomacy that has an enduring benefit for the people whom you represent, maybe a little too much to hope. But there is a trend isn't seems to be a trend of a lack of historical perspective from any of the frontline politicians, which alarming it's not just the frontline politicians. The problem with the American State Department, is that well, not that not the, the drowns at the bottom would be such as me, for example, but all those who are political appointees, there's no institutional history. So when you have Nixon and Kissinger thinking, what really is difficulty in the Middle East is communism and the extension by the Soviet Union that is just so terminally stupid. It's hard to believe that Kissinger really believe this, and that does worry me. I must say. Interestingly, when my last one old real new world was published because said, Burke does war well and so forth. One of the reviewers in the time said that this book should be on on the desk of of of in ten Downing Street on the foreign office. But it does show how America spent century and a half trying to destroy the British empire. And then when it was destroyed, mighty all of a sudden they wished it were there. So it book ends with the droll of the British from east of Suez Singapore and Aidan and so forth, and the Americans incandescent with rage because they're, they are stuck out. Vietnam all by themselves. They no longer have British territory. One of the. Nineteen fifty seven. The head of first head of the CIA covert operations told the British Foreign office official who happened to become Philby and fact that whenever we wanted to stabilize the country Britain has an island nearby. Well, they lost access to all these islands except Yorio. Yeah, go Garcia. So yes, the Americans didn't like the British empire until it wasn't there anymore. Thank you very much. Show talking through the lion and the ego. Congratulations on the on as well. Thank you very much, many. Thanks. Thank you lane and Kathleen bugs that new book the lion and the eagle, the interactions of the British and American empires. Seventeen eighty three to nineteen seventy-two is out. Now you're listening to the more quickly..

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"american state department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise, Kelley Mati Cornish. Should you happen to be planning a trip to North Korea? You'll have a few logistical hurdles to clear, there's the fact that the State Department bands US passport holders from traveling there. There's the fact that Pyongyang and Washington don't have diplomatic relations. Hence, no embassy or consulates in the US. Hence where the heck do you play for visa, then there's the challenge of booking flights Air Koryo North Korea's state owned national airline does not accept credit cards or wire transfers from US Bank. And then once she finally get there, and you want to talk to North Koreans. Good luck with that. And you have a lot of advice about this. Right. Mary Louise been dealing with these obstacles last couple of weeks. Tell us more just back from reporting North Korea, as you know, because my stories have been airing on the show and all these people wrote in with questions about. Just the practicalities of getting there. So I thought I'd crack open my reporter's notebook a chair a little bit of it. That's a long list of obstacles we mentioned at the top. So how does one get started just saying like, you know, you wanna go what do you do next so obstacle number one? How do you get a V sits North Korea that road runs through New York and through the North Korea mission to the United Nations? They have an ambassador to the UN who I met for coffee in the lobby of this Manhattan hotel. He was with another senior North Korean diplomat. We talked about it and months and many emails and phone calls later. They said we might be able to put you in business with a visa then. So that's the North Korean side. Then you have to deal with the American State Department, which will not let you travel on your regular passport. You have to apply for and get a second passport as a journalist. You have to make the case that this would be in the national security interests of the United States. So we applied and last month. We got this letter back on State Department letterhead saying permission. So you have permission you have two passports where do you get a plane ticket? Yeah. This is the challenge because air corio as we mentioned the North Korean state owned airline does not take credit cards. They do not take wire transfers from a US Bank. So you can go on their website. They have an English language version. You can see that they've got seats. You can see the flight. And you think how the heck do? So we noodled around on that and ended up booking flights from Beijing. One of only three cities that you can fly to Pyongyang from and my producer Becky Sullivan found a travel agency in Beijing that specializes in travel to North Korea. So we reached out to them, and they were able to help hook us up with tickets once you land, we know North Korea is famously restrictive right with visitors especially journalists. How did you know how much freedom? Did you have in deciding where you went and what kind of interviews you would do zero. Zip zilch. We had no freedom, and this is standard practice for any journalist going to North Korea that you will be accompanied at all times by a government minder. We had at least one somebody's to at our side at all times. And they tell you where you're gonna go they tell you where you're going to stay. They actually stayed in the hotel not in our rooms putting out in the same hotel. So that they would be with us at all times. We did go see a lot of things that farm factories concerts. We were invited for the seventieth anniversary festivities celebrating the seventieth anniversary of North Korea. And we saw kinds of stuff, but bottom line is you see what they want you to see that. They've given you a journalist visa, right? And they have allowed you in. But then they basically say you can't talk to anyone. Yeah. That's that's basically how it works. I mean, they told us we're inviting you to cover the seventieth anniversary. And we did they took a stall kinds of parade concerts, all these commemorations. So they the North Korean government kept its end of the bargain that was the invitation and they made good on it. But yeah, we asked to see all kinds of other stuff at for example, the metro the subway in Pyongyang. I really wanted to go ride the metro just to see what the daily commute is like, and I'd been asking from before we left I asked from the moment we landed. I asked after we landed the very last morning we were right across the street from a metro stop. I could see it. And we were told there's no time I said for the I think there's time our minder said I have no time then he told us metro as close today than another reminder got involved said for your own safety, you might get lost. So I never got a straight answer. Why we couldn't go see the metro? I think it has to do bottom line with. There's no upside to the North Korean government. Of western reporters wandering around trying to talk to ordinary North Koreans. You know, what what good could possibly come of that? And that's their perspective. Finally, how did you weigh risk? I mean, fundamentally did you feel safe traveling there? I did. I mean, certainly compared to more Jones that I've reported from for for example, I never felt in physical danger in North Korea. You do way the risk the cost versus benefit of a reporting trip to an authoritarian state. And I think that cuts both ways you also weigh the risk to the people. You're speaking to because I have a US passport. I can I can leave. Two US passports at this point. But the people I'm talking to have to stay in love with the consequences of anything. They may say to me, and as mentioned anything they say to me is going to be overheard by North Korean government official, and we'll be recorded on my tape recorder and shared with all the world. So you always have that in your head. When you're asking people. What do you really think about something you thinking about what could this mean for the person I'm talking to it's been fascinating hearing these stories. Thank you so much for taking us behind the scenes. It's been my pleasure. Thanks. Animal from the Muppets Azizi top beard. These are some of the ways that Philadelphia. Flyers fans have described gritty there teams new fuzzy, orange mascot with googly eyes. It's great. The hockey team introduced greedy to hundreds of students yesterday at Philadelphia's please touch museum. This was shortly before gritty made his debut on the ice. He is the team's first mascot since nineteen seventy six and the flyers say they hope he will get younger fans excited about the team. The initial reaction from fans here in Philadelphia was one of horror that's culture writer Stephanie far of the Philadelphia Inquirer. People were pretty taken aback by him. Especially the is gritty doesn't speak, but he did respond to the criticism through his handler. Andrea Helfferich the pair went on good Morning, America. He's.

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"american state department" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I think Kenner might have been slightly over reaching there, but you know, he's entitled a little well. It helped get to Leary. In that context just that might that might have been his? His endgame. I, I hope that's what he was intended or maybe he was not himself or one way one reason or another and thought, legitimately that there is. I mean, someone had to take the case. Yeah, says someone must've believe there is the, you know, the opportunity for the producers of DR to either read his script or seen the film or what. I don't know what the catalyst was to believe that beyond the setting and the basic premise that one was a riff on the other is it's a bit far-fetched. There's no, I guess, I guess in this industry, there's there's no such thing as as possible. I guess there. I'm sorry, I stop myself before intern turns events. However, I wouldn't mind Alan Rickman being in kings and desperate men and Kamya. That would be fun. I have comrades in around the world languishing in prison. American State Department enjoys rattling to say before it's loons and now I can read it for me. The following people out to be released from their catheters in Northern Ireland, seven members of the new ProVia front in Canada, the five imprisoned leaders of data back shoe, not the nine members of Asian dawn. Heard about them in time magazine. I'm not aware that Patrick was ever really asked much about this particular phone, although I think it's a, it's a great performance. Yeah, I think it's, I think it's it's got see as hell this to know. No. I mean, it takes a lot to put yourself out there like that takes a lot of trust in your director as well. You know, knowing that you know, you can. You can go all the way and you know what will get you. And that's, that's that to me is is the best that you can do as director is assured your performance of that, you know, go all the way and if it doesn't work, we'll do it on the take, can't you? And I think that was offered to her unit, no matter how much Bouza had. I think I think that was their Mugune was a replacement for another actor originally, which is article mentions here, I guess. And then the the guy who was supposed to play Miller. That he had difficulties of a legal nature. The first shot needed him for was in Canada, and no one is allowed across the border. There's a legal question unresolved, so Kantar wound up at the last minute filling his shoes at three thirty in the morning, he says, and it was it was actually a, it was a bang on his door that time in the morning and it was. It was McGrew insane. You'll do it last minute limb. Impetus trivia, I guess. But I think there are people these days outside of the connection to Margaret Trudeau. He will come to who have enjoyed the prisoner, love the interplay between Mogollon and Kanner and living in harmony who as an all oligarchy, discover the film in that context. And I really if they do that, they're pleasantly surprised that this is it. It shares some narrative similarities to the subtext of the prisoner while taking it in a very different direction, direct. Conviction in the way we were talking about earlier, does help to have some sense of Canadian history to to set the stage for for what happens in the film. You know, even though by the time it was released, a lot of that was mood while guys. I wanna. Thank this week's co host annual, Jonathan, Danny, what's been keeping you busy lately? I'm editing my epic. I guess you might say, which is to after three hour movie, it's gonna turn out to be probably do a shorter festival cud, my preferred version of pretty long at long last movie at Titian of early American novel, which I think the last time I was on your show, I was.

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"american state department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Been crashed all days people go try to buy these souvenirs i'm really surprised they're not giving them all away but the the reaction here is the media's almost cheerleading that the president failed at this you know if this happened in barack obama walked away from a summit with the north koreans in there was a reaction comparable to what's happened here we would all be accused of being racist lists you know what i know anyone who dared laugh at president obama failing to to go to with northridge would be accused of being racist but because it's it's donald trump it's okay you're allowed to mock him you're allowed to mock his failure to get the north koreans to the table he came close but i gotta say the most objective commentators out there pointed out today this is rather par for the course for north korea north korea has done this repeatedly they've done it with china they've done it with south korea there they've done it with us the north koreans they go through the motions they claim they want this stuff and then they don't show up like for example the american state department sent diplomatic negotiators to singapore a week and a half ago to begin negotiating just the parameters of the summit and the north koreans never showed up they weren't there didn't get the headlines at the time but they didn't show up at the time and air every single expert has noted that this is what north korea does so it's not unexpected that the north koreans would begin sabrerattling they don't know how to deal with the outside world the north koreans are completely isolated they do not work well with others they don't play well with others they they don't negotiate well with others they don't know how to relate to others there are a bunch of insane people at the top of the bunch of starving people at the bottom they just don't work well with others they.

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"american state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Would he do this what does he seek what would he gain out of this when he's waited seven years to put down this rebellion with all the brutal foresee possibly can he now has the light of the tunnel handed to him by the american president who says he wants to get out all he has to do is stabilize and just wait till the end the era will be out of there apparently so what incentive did he have to do this and then on the other side of the syrian rebels what incentive do they have to get america back involved and engaged while every incentive they want to win so i guess we'll we'll talk about it tomorrow night on super local sunday because i'll be able to digest the sunday shows but it will be telling what the american state department says tomorrow i think he's going to indicate quite a bit about whether or not we're gonna we're gonna utilize american ground forces that are physically in syria and do something more substantial than just shooting cruise missiles at an airport all right when we come back to tv shows that really have spun me up and i know dark secret place fans are gonna love i'll tell you about them when we come back right after this that arc's replace kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news the body of an african american girl found on a beach in northern california may be one of three children missing after their suv went off a coastline cliff last month body was found earlier today in the surf authorities in mendocino county of that the crash that killed a family of eight was likely deliberate border patrol agents east of san diego say a horse trader was involved at a crash on the eighth free weights believe the rig was being used to smuggle illegal immigrants into the country nineteen people have been detained at least two of the people airlifted to local hospitals a woman in her seventies has been found dead in her burned out home in el sereno near cal state la firefighters said they found her body and her dead dog after putting the fire out in the home that started at about seven this morning check out the forecast and the drive on the one ten next and here's a great in announce story in announce story.

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"american state department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Grab bird graham sound bite number twentyeight i i meant to mention this earlier in the busy broadcast that the latest bombshell on the muller investigation today is uh apparently visit the visit story that that uh involves i don't know how to pronounce this it says he why c h e l l e e s i've never heard it pronounce luckily it's france i've got a guest at it so i look at it i seashells i know it's not see but that's how it looks to me say share some such thing uh nobody knows where this seychelle islands are actually off the coast of india part of the subcontinent uh if you're going to be in the american state department or if you're going to run for president have to know what the sub continent is and when you're talking about southern india you don't say southern in the you have to say the subcontinent that's how bush prove that he was worthy of being elected because condie rice confirmed that bush knew what the subcontinent was never forget it anyway that's where muller's investigation has gone now 'til the say sherry islands off the coast of in up the washington post is reported today that the a george nader attracted nobody ever heard of until this week george nader is telling muller's inquisition that the trump team via eric prints who is the former ceo of black water and you know what black water is black water is then youthful mercenary butch that was door all kinds of behindthescenes deals in the half ghanistan a rock basically paid military muscle black water they were teaching us out of torture and they were doing torture and all and they were haven despise well eric prints ran the organization and saw the washington post says it george nader is telling muller's inquisition that the trump team by way of black water held a meeting in the say shade just a week before the inauguration to try to establish a back channel to the russian government summak 26 sorry twenty eight here's pencil neck he is all hot about it he's all hot adam schiff we need a jockstrap here to keep the guy contain who i hope that we're going to have mr enator uh special counsel permitting come before our committee at the appropriate time.

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"american state department" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Of alexa enable the news wto wsb's hill said northwest pillar telex mused that would you giotto sound bite number twentyeight i i meant to mention this earlier in the busy broadcast that the latest bombshell on the muller investigation today is apparently there's a there's a story that that involves i don't know how to pronounce this had says he why c h e l l e e s i've never heard it pronounce luckily it's france i've got a gas added five look at us i seashells i know it's not seashells but that's how it looks to me say share some such thing uh nobody knows where this seychelle islands are actually off the coast of india part of the subcontinent uh if you're going to be in the american state department or if you're going to run for president have to know what the subcontinent is and when you're talking about southern india you don't say southern in that you have to say the subcontinent that's how bush prove that he was worthy of being elected because condie rice confirmed it bush knew what the subcontinent was never forget it anyway that's where muller's investigation has gone now 'til the stationary islands off the coast of inge up the washington post is reporting of day but the a george nader kathan nobody ever heard of until this week george nader is telling muller's inquisition that the trump team via eric prints who is the former ceo of black water and you know what water is black water is then youthful mercenary brunch at was door all kinds of behindthescenes deals in the afghan of in a rock basically paid military muscle black water they were teaching us hotted torture and they were doing torture and all and they were haven despise while eric france ran the organization and saw the washington post says it george nader is telling muller's inquisition that the trump team by way of black water held a meeting in lusaka shade just a week before the inauguration to try to establish a back channel to the russian government summit 26 sorry twenty eight here's pencil neck he is all hot about it he's all hot adam schiff we need a jockstrap here to keep the guy contain who my hope that we're going to have mr a nader uh special counsel permitting come before our committee at.

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"american state department" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The grab berg graham sound bite number twentyeight i meant to mention this earlier in the busy broadcast that the latest bombshell on the muller investigation a day is uh apparently there's there's a story that that uh involves i don't know how to pronounce this it says he why c h e l l e e s i've never heard it pronounce luckily it's france i've got a gas added five look at us i seashells i know it's not seashells but that's how it looks to me say shea or some such thing uh nobody knows where this seychelle islands are actually off the coast of india part of the subcontinent uh if you're going to be in the american state department or if you're going to run for president have to know what the subcontinent is and when you're talking about southern india you don't say southern in the you have to say to subcontinent that's how bush prove that he was worthy of being elected because condie rice confirmed that bush knew what the subcontinent was never forget it anyway that's where muller's investigation has gone now to the seychelle islands off the coast of in job the washington post is reporting today that the of george nader got that nobody ever heard of until this week george nader is telling muller's inquisition that the trump team via eric prints who is the former ceo of black water and you know what black water is black water is then youthful mercenary brunch at was door all kinds of behindthescenes deals in afghanistan in a rock basically paid military muscle black water they were teaching us how to torture and they were doing torture and all and they were haven despised while eric france ran the organization and saw the washington post says it george nader is telling muller's inquisition that the trump team by way of black water held a meeting in the say shade just a week before the inauguration to try to establish a back channel to the russian government summak 26 sorry twenty eight here's pencil neck he's all hot about it he's all hot adam schiff we need a jockstrap here to keep the guy contain who these my hope that we're going to have mr nader uh special counsel permitting come before our committee at the appropriate time.

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"american state department" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Limits two seven and several to the papers on all of them report the capture of the british jehadis alexander kotei and out of the shake the express as they were known for their brutality among other hardened extremists overseeing dozens of beheadings carried out by the man known as jihadi john expresses cody is sought by the american state department who have recruited other british nationals the telegraph points are that he was connected to the extremists with links to these seven seven bombings in london says the men may be prosecuted in the united states where is broad terrorism laws can be applied to offenses committed anywhere in the world the all night edition of the washington post reflects on the second shutdown of us government in three weeks it says that despite that republicans and democrats promising to avoid a repeat of last month's deadlock okay he budget this shen gripped congress on both ends of the capital the new york times says the deal has been it had been expected to sail through the senate until the republican senator rand paul took to the floor to demand a spending cap the telegraph has seen a memo that purports to show the jeremy corbyn told the eu's chief brexit negotiator that he was open to britain remaining in the customs union at a meeting with michel barnier anonymous to carbon is also said to a promise to run the brexit talks very differently if he came to power andrew said he would offer a unilateral guarantee on citizens rights labour's said its official position remains that britain could not stay in the customs union wall is outside the european union and denied that it was trying to undermine the government the billionaire financier george soros is derided by the daily mail the funding an anti brexit campaign senior.

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"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The twelve victims killed in a nature air plane crashed sunday were americans kyw sherrad a howard reports several of victims had ties to the delaware valley the american state department recently identified former residents of montgomery county dr mitchell weiss his wife dr leslie weiss and their two teenage daughters as victims of the fiery crash the department also confirmed at an additional lost to our area university of pennsylvania freshman williams steinberg and his family on vacation were also among those killed on the flight dr mitchell wise was an interventional radiologists at bay care and belair florida the move relocated to florida from plymouth meeting in two thousand and five charity howard kyw newsradio kyw news time five twenty two at us time for traffic and transit on the twos when a girl grew drive so far this warnings is giving the car started a little strain on a battery because it's so cold once out on major roadways were looking good still can be a bit icy coming out of the neighborhoods and also on and off ramps that see again from the snowstorm we had earlier on saturday now we're looking okay on the schuylkill expressway westbound the belmont avenue exit ramp earlier police activity within the hour now cleared everything is okay their eastern schuylkill looking good 95 from the northeast self moderate volume toward center city and the vine expressway is open wide open and looking great through center city philadelphia problems the roxbury offering yesterday a water main brake on jamestown that is going to be a east of henry avenue between henry and magdalena street local detour here's that were on that as jamestown but henry avenue looks like it's getting by okay looking good everywhere else nearby is is all ride walnut lane no unusual delays at all in the pa turnpike so far this morning and we check new jersey it's okay 42 freeway north moderate volume and up in the '55 on ramp it a little bit slow their wet the merge beyond that up and across delaware river bridges we're clear for now mass.

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"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Eighteen equestrian units in thousands of smiles from the rose parade in pasadena i'm jim roope the national transportation safety board is assisting in the investigation of a deadly plane crash in costa rica on new year's eve officials say ten of the twelve victims were us citizens and some had ties to our area here's kyw news share a day howard the american state department recently identified former residents of montgomery county dr mitchell weiss his wife dr leslie weiss and their two teenage daughters as victims of the fiery crash the department also confirmed an additional lost to our area university of pennsylvania freshman williams steinberg and his family on vacation were also among those killed on the flight dr mitchell wise was an intervention a radiologist at bay karen bel air florida the family relocated to florida from plymouth meeting in two thousand and five charity howard kyw newsradio a monmouth county teenager is in police custody facing murder charges in a shocking new year's eve slaying at the shore kyw news ian bush reports minutes before midnight alleged that a semi automatic rifle was used the 16yearold gunned down his family of their home and long branch according to monmouth county prosecutor chris grimmie cioni to four individuals that were killed where sixteen euros to parents steven and linda 'cholo g aged forty four and forty two his sister 18yearold brittany and a family friend who lived at the residence seventy year old mary scholtz investigators say the suspect did not target his brother a grandfather both left the home unharmed the team surrendered to police we will be charging this individual with four counts of murder and one count of possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose of prosecutors don't know why ian bush ky w.

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"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"22 marching bands eighteen equestrian units and thousands of smiles from the rose parade in pasadena i'm jim roope the national transportation safety board is assisting in the investigation of a deadly plane crash in costa rica on new year's eve officials say ten of the twelve victims were us citizens than some had ties to our area here's kyw news share a day howard the american state department recently identified former residents of montgomery county dr mitchell weiss his wife dr leslie weiss and their two teenage daughters as victims of the fiery crash the department also confirmed an additional lost to our area university of pennsylvania freshman williams steinberg and his family on vacation were also among those killed on the flight dr mitchell wise was an interventional radiologists that bay care and belair florida the family of relocated to florida from plymouth meeting in two thousand and five charity howard kyw newsradio a monmouth county teenager is in police custody facing murder charges in a shocking new year's eve slaying at the shore kyw news ian bush reports minutes before midnight alleged that a semiautomatic rifle was used the 16yearold gunned down his family of their home and long branch according to monterey county prosecutor chris green egot the foreign visuals that were killed where sixteen euros to parents steven and linda colo g age forty four and forty two his sister 18yearold brittany and a family friend who lived at the residence seventy year old mary scholtz investigators say the suspect did not target his brother a grandfather both left the home unharmed the team surrendered to police we will be charging this individual with four counts of murder and one count of of possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose what prosecutors don't know why ian bush ky ko newsradio at the broadcast center in spring garden clear skies going to eleven overnight.

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"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"american state department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of the twelve victims killed in a nature airplane crashed sunday where americans review sharah day howard reports several had ties to the delaware valley the american state department recently identified former residents of montgomery county dr mitchell weiss his wife dr leslie weiss and their two teenage daughters as victims of the fiery crash the department also confirmed an additional lost to our area university of pennsylvania freshman williams steinberg and his family on vacation were also among those killed on the flight dr mitchell wise was an intervention a radiologist at bay karen bel air florida the family relocated to florida from plymouth meeting in two thousand and five charity howard kyw newsradio president trump is targeting enemies old and new in 2018 he's made clear amid awan's antigovernment protests he's offering support the rahman the imf people but his efforts to ban any from coming into the us new year's day morning tweet from the president quote iran israeli at every level despite the terrible deal made with them by the obama administration in quote he also lashed out at pakistan four nothing but lies and deceit when it comes to fighting terrorism here's what mr trump told party goers at moral law goes new year's eve celebration north korea's kim jong un however had his own 2018 messages heard through an interpreter the entire continent of america is within reach of our nuclear attack the nuclear button is placed on my desk at all times bob costantini washington pathak in a minute killing his time for a left who are the special people in organizations making the delaware valley the best it can be on kyw antoinette lee you don't need a lot of money to give back a lotta tabs almost just having a space to give bag calphalon smart says the founder of their urban art gallery at 52nd in irving in west philadelphia in this space local artists can show off their artwork musical talent and more the emerging artists can't showcase their work and santa city so now well we do we bring it to west philly and have a place for them as a steppingstone for them this family affair doesn't end it selling art his daughter milan says they bring art's to the community even.

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