17 Burst results for "Andrew Spencer"
"andrew spencer" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"Peanuts. I'm like this guy makes no money. And I looked it up. And first of all, Andrew Spencer is a star. For the end of Vikings, and that's point number one. Number two, people make real legit money in the Austrian football league. I had no idea. Like the top people in that league make 1.9 €1 million. And I was like, or I guess pounds. Pounds in Austria, I don't know how your money works. I know Europe at all. But I looked it up. I'm like, whatever the little sybil symbol is I looked it up, it stands for pounds. People are making 1.9 million pounds. And I was like, oh, I didn't know that money even existed. In that league. And while the average personnel doesn't make a ton of money, Andrew is a running back, he's considered a star for that football team. And so I would think he's making upwards of maybe even a 100,000 pounds a year or maybe far more. I don't think he's making less than that. And so when I learned that, oh, people make real money in this league. I'm like, okay, so maybe like if he's making 300,000 pounds a year, which I think is not that far off from dollars. You go, he's got a legit job. And so it makes sense why she would be like, I'm willing to go to Austria and live half the time in Bellevue where she lives in children rent and actually. My mom was born and formerly Newcastle now rented. So Katy would say, well, it makes sense if I'm going to do my job and rent in half the time and half the year were in Austria where you make bucket loads of money. Not as much as an NFL player, but certainly much more money than I make or certainly much more money than most people in American society make. And so yeah, I didn't realize how good of a job opportunity that really was, but you can apparently make some pretty good money. In Austria, if you're a star. And I had no idea. I just didn't know. And so read a great question. I thought that too during the show. I was like, why would he doesn't make any money there? And then I was like, oh, but maybe he does. So if the top people in that league are making 1.9,.
"andrew spencer" Discussed on American Birding Podcast
"Involved one one is probably the clearest split is a serious owl which is something called mexican bartow which is not as not well known. It wasn't until paper from andrew. Spencer and nathan people. I think last year it was like the first published vocalisations of it. I think really photos and so at least you know analysis at least as far as i know Which i think part of the reason that had been split yet is because that influence wasn't available and hit additional information confirmed what genetics showed the basically scenarios or what will probably called scenarios our barred owls and then full this owl which is the relative further south in mexico and central america are all kind of equally related to each other genetically. So they're all equally distant. So i i'd be shocked at this one doesn't pass basically the only way it would make sense if you split it or you. Lump all them with doesn't make sense. Yeah so so that's cool And if you've been in western mexico you've probably seen gaudens euphonium which has been considered a subspecies of scrub euphonium but has white undertake over and a paper. Last year showed that there are some distinct vocal differences and genetic differences. So that's another one where you know. The evidence seems strongly to suggest that that deserves bc started. I think that's really interesting. Because a lot of those are based on vocalisations that maybe weren't available before it goes to show that like hobby burners traveling to these parts of the world and getting. I don't even like cell phone. Recordings of things like scenario sow and all that are able to contribute to the taxonomic understanding of these birds. Absolutely that that's a great way to put. You know like andrew spencer and nathan people have been doing amazing recordings in advancing our knowledge of a bird vocalisations kind of all over the world and Yeah that's absolutely something any burder do for sure. Thank you so much. Nick black for shedding light on these taxonomic issues once more. He biologist member the well former member of the recording standards and ethics committee and down at burger on twitter. Always nice to talk to you about this stuff..
Senator John McCain, Senator Lindsey Graham and North Korea discussed on
"Federal judge has rejected a bid To block the Trump administration from cutting off hotel, aid to hundreds of Puerto Rico. Hurricane evacuees who are still. Homeless but the, judge ordered the government to extend the hotel payments until September thirteenth, giving the evacuees time to.
Judge drops charges against 3 linked to New Mexico compound
"Child abuse charges are being tossed out. In the New Mexico desert, compound case Andrew. Spencer explains what happened one of the judges overseeing the case called it a complete failure follow Proper procedures in prosecuting case highlighting the, shocking details the public is already seen a remote. Compound in northern New Mexico eleven children found emaciated and starving a small child missing and later found dead the original charges eleven counts, of felony child abuse against each of the five adults found on that. Compound have now all been dropped because prosecutors had not scheduled a preliminary hearing within the ten day timeframe required by state law I. Don't know whether they're overworked they don't have enough people at their, office. I don't see the district attorney here or the chief. Deputy District Attorney but it is disturbing to me that's district attorney would put this court in that kind of a situation. The only charges that remain or. Against, Janney Laville in Sarraj behind the father of Amdahl whose remains were found on, the grounds of the compound. On what would have been his fourth birthday Laville highs have both. Pleaded Not guilty the charges related to other Ghani's
Pope vows no more cover ups on sexual abuse in letter to Catholics
"Us next up Steve. Castenbaum is with us and takes, a, look at the first public response from pope Francis to the horrendous grand jury report in Pennsylvania Of sexual abuse by priests Mike this isn't the first time pope Francis has acknowledged the victims of sex abuse at the hands of priests and condemn, the church for the role it played it inflicting pain and suffering. On minors in his letter he acknowledged the suffering that children experienced the abuse of power and the abuse of conscience perpetrated by clerics. And consecrated people in Pennsylvania the pope wrote that no effort must be spared to create a culture able to prevent. Things like this from happening Francis forcefully condemned these atrocities, as he wrote and said they must join forces enough. Routing this culture of, death he said the victims. Pain and suffering never disappears Juan Carlos Cruz is a survivor of sex abuse at the hands of a priest unrelated to the report. That came. Out in Pennsylvania last week I am glad that she's coming out with this and I'm glad that he is speaking out and calling. It like it is in may he spent. A week with pope Francis I one on one and then in a group with other Survivors of sex abuse clearly things that you. Can see him this letter are things that we talked about I there's new language now. From the Vatican which is important to consider they talk. About crime they talk about a culture of death they talk about a culture. Of abuse and cover up those things were not talked about before before they were emissions sins in Pennsylvania, the state attorney general praised the pope for pointing out, that reforms meant to protect children, and hold abusers, and those who cover, up abuse accountable have been delayed Josh, Shapiro called the pope's letter powerful and said he hopes, that. Quote following. The holy father's. Words and. Teachings church leaders in Pennsylvania will cease their denials and.
Airliner crashes in northern Mexico; 49 are hospitalized
"Eleven seventy four There are some lucky, travelers in Mexico this morning, survivors, of a, plane crash Andrew Spencer reports, four dozen people are hospitalized but alive after their, plane crashed shortly after takeoff the plane ended up in a, field just beyond the runway the images from the crash site or striking smoke rising off the wreckage of the plane firefighters working, to put out the flames the Red Cross helping treat the injured and get. Them transported to nearby hospitals the flight bound for Mexico City crashed just after takeoff, from. An airport in Durango Mexico one hundred three. People were on board forty nine of them ended up in, the hospital two. In critical but stable condition. But officials say everyone survived I'm, Andrew Spencer police in Redding California are still looking for four people missing. In the massive car fire they're the largest of. Seventeen fires in the straight that's. Destroyed nearly a thousand homes and now there are two more.
Michael Toscano, Andrew Spencer and Facebook discussed on America's Morning News
"Case of oh skill scramble to reunite. Scramble in the skies I'm Michael Toscano today's the deadline for the Trump administration to reunite the undocumented immigrant families they separated at the southern border, over, twenty five hundred children detained without their parents correspondent Andrew Spencer reports on the scrambled to reunite hearing earlier this week the judge overseeing the case called the reunifications. A, remarkable achievement going so far as to say the government should be commended for its efforts but the judge also raised concerns. About the hundreds of parents who. Are unaccounted for many of whom may have already been deported. In court filings Wednesday the ACLU alleged some parents had. Signed away their right to reunification without understanding what they were signing because they speak indigenous languages and cannot read English. Or Spanish Andrew Spencer, Britain's Royal Air force is reporting that two typhoon jets based. In Romania were scrambled, this morning and response, to rush Aircraft suspected bombers operating near NATO airspace over. The Black Sea. The Russian aircraft moved away and Arizona. State trooper in training is dead and the second officer is injured after a. Shooting on interstate ten outside, a, suburb of Phoenix they were responding to a. Call of a. Person throwing things at cars business reporter Tom Busby. Tells us investors could. Be in for a bumpy ride on Wall Street today the NASDAQ beginning the new day at a fresh record high but analysts expect a huge sell off, today on Wall Street especially in the tech sector that's after Facebook posted an earnings miss last, night and shares tumbled in late trading that. Company lost nearly one hundred fifty billion dollars in value in just a few hours that's more than the worth of IBM it also cost Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg about twenty billion dollars dropping his net worth from nearly eighty two and a half billion dollars at midday to just over sixty three and a half. Billion, by dinnertime you'll be okay stock futures show the tech heavy NASDAQ now down by sixty four points the SNP down five Dow futures are up thirty four I'm Michael Toscano I had great results I lost.
Emotions run high as immigrant families reunite, but many still in limbo
"Today's, the deadline for the Trump administration to reunite illegal immigrant. Families they separated. At the southern border the government's been under court order to get over twenty five hundred children back with their parents and many families have been brought together the last few days. But Andrew Spencer reports hundreds of families are in limbo some. Because of language barriers in court finally is Wednesday the ACLU alleged. Some parents had signed away their right to, reunification without understanding what they were signing, because they speak indigenous languages and cannot read English or Spanish and hundreds of parents have already been deported without their kids. Eleven House Republicans are trying to impeach deputy attorney general rod. Rosenstein he oversees the Russia probe of special counsel, Robert Muller extreme weather in the, US creating floods, in the east and fires out west, parts of. Pennsylvania have, seen over a foot of rain out west heat advisories are in effect from Arizona. To Oregon on Wall Street stock futures.
Pennsylvania, Flood and San Francisco discussed on Michael Savage
"Super easy to talk to just hit. Star star eight four eight that star star eight four eight star star eight four a record. Setting rainfall over the past few weeks is, causing havoc in parts of the country elsewhere. People are trying to deal with devastating heat three people live in apartments. Above American Legion post three eighty four intrigue months Pennsylvania but the. Building has been deemed unsafe the floods, knock the wall There are plenty of people in the area or now on cleanup duty after the, flooding, last time this happened two thousand seven I lost. My health sidewalk Lucky this time but the, sellers a mess and with more rain on the way the problems could get worse not just for Pennsylvania but. For much of. The east coast this morning the national weather service had flash. Flood watches and warnings in effect from parts of South. Carolina to New York I'm Andrew Spencer the. European Union is reducing rules to. Tighten assessments of. Pilots mental health follows the Germanwings crash of two thousand. Fifteen the rules compel airlines to perform psychological assessments I'm Mike moss network capital traffic I'm. James Stanley this traffic report sponsored by the ticket clinic through danville we're still seeing a. Little bit of a delay northbound six eighty from, sycamore valley road we had a crash that had at least one lane taken out for a little. While crash itself now is over on the right shoulder just waiting on the record, show up at a little, bit of, a delay in a backup though. So that is unwinding just stick. With that northbound one zero one through San Francisco, right at the night street. Civic Center exit of a lane taken out that's a minor Fender bender work now getting. That pushed, over to the shoulder accident. Just cleared through Santa Claus Era northbound one. To one right around the Montague expressway in there the central Moscow press way area by. With that comes together that crash has gone looks much better through there nearly moving at. Posted speeds also San Francisco one zero one northbound, right around the Protrero avenue shove as exit crash gone looks much better through that.
China to cancel orders of U.S. soybeans as Trump's trade war escalates - Axios
"Rescue anti us trade alliance i'm elliot francis officials overseeing the rescue operation of a soccer team trump in a flooded cave say teaching the twelve boys and their coach to scuba dive may be the only way to get them out of that cave andrew spencer explains instead of waiting months for the rainy season to end rescuers could teach the boys and their coach how do underwater dive but cave rescue expert mr mar mir's says diving inside a cave already dangerous even for experienced divers and now you're looking at taking people who have no experience or very little experience of diving and putting them into a complete blackout situation the boys in their coach or about a half a mile below the surface in more than a mile deep into the cave and the way to the exit is through tight flooded channels through water that is in some areas muddy and fast moving i'm andrew spent there are reports that china is pressing the european union to form an anti us trade alliance or for according to a reuters so far the european aren't interested china reportedly suggesting launching a joint action against president trump's trade tariffs at the upcoming world trade organization a nearly eighty million people are still under a heat advisory or warning right now with scorching temperatures and humidity expected to linger right through the fourth of july holiday meteorologists richard bond we're looking probably parts of new england temperatures still getting up into the nineties getting a chance of some showers and thunderstorms the south east along carolina's we've got an area of low pressure it looks brings some rain and some clouds so there the temperatures while we get up to ninety but you get a little further inland flake tennessee valley and whatnot temperatures will be in the mid nineties where in california federal judge issued a nationwide injunction wednesday at forbids homeland security from separating anymore children from their parents and orders department officials.
Vigil for Idaho stabbing victims after birthday girl, 3, dies from her wounds
"The news quickly reached the families of these boys between eleven and sixteen years old rescuers had reached a part of the cave system called pattaya beach where the group was believed to have taken refuge after being stranded by sutton and continuous downpours but rescuers found the area flooded so tiny seal diverse continued another several hundred yards where they located the team they're trying to figure out a way to get that youth soccer team out of their seven people still in the hospital most of them children after a man stabbed nine at a birthday party for kids in boise idaho over the weekend now a three year old girl has died there was a big crowd gathered for a vigil last night thirty year old timmy kiner has been charged with first degree murder and eight counts of aggravated battery during his first quarter appearance he told the judge he didn't understand the charges against him understand none of these prosecutors in idaho have not determined whether they'll seek the death penalty of the nine victims who were stabbed at the birthday party in boise on saturday a three year old girl died from her injuries one child was released from the hospital and seven others are still hospitalized i'm andrew spencer pressures growing on the trump administration to reunite the migrant children and their parents in the country illegally separated by us immigration while some families have been reunited correspondent miguel marquez has a follow up on this from mcallen texas the trump administration has stopped reporting the number of families reunited the administration last week reported two thousand forty seven children were separated from their parents but it's not clear if that number includes families separated as part of me near year long test program before zero tolerance was announced along the borders el paso sector to employees of a contracting firm working at wayne state of contracted legionnaire's disease they were working on the new anthony wayne drive apartments across the street from a building on the university that had tested positive for the legionella bacteria two major sears stores closing around here sears announcing.
Man set blaze to lure firefighters, shot one dead, police say
"Long beach california retirement home set a fire then waited with a gun for firefighters to arrive a fire captain was killed there were two other shooting victims and they are expected to survive police say seventy seven year old thomas kim set the fire then when firefighters arrived to help him opened fire building fire police say kim shot three people including fire captain dave rosa did not survive forty five year old father of two had been with a long beach fire department for seventeen years firefighter own nestor torres was also shot is expected to make a full recovery kim has been charged with murder arson and two counts of attempted murder police are still trying to figure out the motive i'm andrew spencer does any of albuquerque's raising the fire danger and the bosquet due to the dry conditions lieutenant tom ruiz with albuquerque fire rescue says stage to restrictions are being put in place as we approached the fourth of july and what that is that there's absolutely no smoking an open flame so before it was you could smoke if you were an enclosed vehicle but now with stage two restriction that incorporate nosmoking of any kind gator open space areas use of any equipment admitting a spark and of course fireworks also prohibited lieutenant release says every day and assigned unit will be patrolling the bosquet west mesa foothills from twelve noon to.
Man, 77, set blaze to lure firefighters, shot one dead, police say
"Andrew spencer reports police say seventy seven year old thomas kim set the fire then when firefighters arrived to help him opened fire fire police say kim shot three people including fire captain dave rosa who did not survive the forty five year old father of two had been with the long beach fire department for seventeen years firefighter own nist oh torres was also shot is expected to make a full recovery kim has been charged with murder arson and two counts of attempted murder police are still trying to figure out the motive i'm andrew spencer wall street took a big hit monday after iconic american brand harley davidson said it's moving some jobs outside the country to avoid financial blow back from a growing tariff war tariffs expected the cost the company up to one hundred million dollars per year dow fell three hundred twenty eight points over trade concerns was going to be a big problem for thousands of voters today as they head to the polls in maryland syra crawford explains as many as eighty thousand voters weather fill out provisional bell is in the state's primary election due to a computer glitch then number four times higher than what officials announced over the weekend the problem reportedly happened when maryland's motor vehicle administration install new software in april two thousand seventeen that failed to transfer information for voters who changed their address or party affiliation meantime some voters want answers curious as to who dropped the ball on that while others worry about what it can mean for turnout as crazy 'cause a lot who are gonna miss it you're not going to vote is going to be a problem i'm sierra crawford in california the governor has declared a state of emergency north of san francisco because of a wildfire that's raged across nearly.
China slams Trump's tariff threats as 'blackmail'
"Opened the of skill parties coming together on border separation deadly mid western flooding i'm evan haning all five first lady's former and current are speaking out against president trump's family separation immigration policy and more republican lawmakers are joining democrats in condemning the actions at the border all of us who are saying these images of children being pulled away from for moms and dads and tears were horrifying this has to stop that's texas senator ted cruz he plans to introduce emergency legislation that would provide new temporary shelters more immigration judges and require families emigrating illegally to be kept together on thursday the house is expected to vote on two bills to address family separations but correspondent abbie philip reports the outlook for both bills appears far from certain president trump will meet with house republicans later today about the issue of immigration but more and more even republican lawmakers are raising the issue and not buying the excuse that president trump cannot do anything about it deadly flooding in the upper midwest correspondent andrew spencer reports the flooding in illinois follows that in wisconsin and on michigan's upper peninsula heavy downpours open sink holes and washed out roads prompting disaster declarations from the governors of both states seventysevenyearold thomas koper was drowned in ashland county wisconsin well u s china trade tensions continue to heat up as president trump threatens a new ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports correspondent matt rivers says china is giving trump's threat a name they're calling it blackmail and they're saying that they will hit back against america but what does that look like that means more tariffs on american imports here and it likely means targeting american companies that rely on china think apple boeing ford general motors cisco and the big question the big fear is where does it go from here because if both these countries continue down this path the american consumer will feel it in his or her wallet on wall street dow sp nasdaq futures down more than one percent i'm evan haning it's jammed from cat spot litter if you own a cat you know how much hassle it is.
Trump wants National Guard on Mexican border until wall built
"Now already guardsmen cosby jurors said i'm elliot francis four thousand national guard troops that's what president trump says he plans to send to the us mexican border to reinforce security detail from correspondent andrew spencer under the direction of president donald trump national guard troops who will patrol the southern us border to beef up illegal immigration enforcement trump issued the order on wednesday details of the mission are now coming to light we're going to have our wall and we're going to get it very strongly the military is going to be building some of it but we're gonna have very strong borders trump told reporters on thursday he's hoping to have between two thousand and four thousand guardsmen along the border and they will stay there until the wall is complete governors of each state control the national guard so washington has to work with each of them.
2 Americans, 1 Russian on their way to International Space Station
"Exte san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the vo skill soccer burke speaks bombers confession i'm elliot francis facebook is under fire after data from fifty million members was misused by the data firm cambridge analytica wednesday ceo mark zuckerberg gave his first on camera interview to address that matter and spencer reports this was a major richard trust and i'm really sorry that this happened facebook ceo mark zuckerberg apologized in an exclusive tv interview with cnn's laurie segal and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people echoing part of the written statement posted online zuckerberg promised to look deeper in the activity of app developers our responsibility now is to make sure that this doesn't happen again i'm andrew spencer authorities in austin texas have discovered a key piece of evidence that could lead to a motive for for bombing suspect marc condit here's austin police chief brian manley at this point located a recording that the suspect in this incident made it is about a twenty five minute recording where he talks about what he has done this as a confession this was on a phone that we found in his possession republican rick secured as officially conceded the pennsylvania house special election to democrat connor lamb see where crawford report move comes more than a week after the race with some say has shaken gop confidence a head of november's midterm elections lamb claimed to see with about seven hundred and fifty votes in a republican held district president trump won by almost twenty percentage points just sixteen months ago most attribute that thirty three year olds victory to his moderate tone during the raise in being backed by the districts influential labor unions i'm sierra crawford american astronaut on a russian cosmonaut are on their way to the international space station soyuz rocket carrying the three men lifted off wednesday from kazakhstan i'm elliot francis what you do this morning rescue to bear weight what i donated to international animal rescue international animal rescue saved hundreds of.
"He's one step ahead": Officials frustrated after latest Austin explosion
"Signs of damage rear windows busted out side mirrors torn off and more dented hoods and shattered windshields earlier monday fault ville alabama captured video of what appeared to be a tornado one of several suspected tornadoes reported in alabama and georgia much of the damage through ala bama could be seen before the sun went down monday strong winds tearing apart the signs of many businesses in russellville and damaging a number of homes in ardmore leaving heavy damage in some spots but leaving other areas mostly unscathed toppled concrete blocks of a wall wreck downside alabama's jacksonville state university or a sign of the damage at pete mathews coliseum officials save the roof was heavily damaged possible tornadoes and otherwise strong winds struck in parts of tennessee georgia and alabama many spots crews working in the overnight hours clear trees out of major roadways we're trees down power lines many losing electric city as well correspondent andrew spencer well authorities in austin texas are trying to find the perpetrator behind the latest bomb in that city and the three explosions that preceded it here's clayton neville evan local and federal authorities say there are similarities in all four blasts austin police chief brian manley we have seen similarities in the device that exploded here and the other three devices that have exploded in austin starting on march second cheap manley says there were also alarming differences with the fourth explosion that injured two men in their twenties what we have seen now is a significant change from what appeared to be three very targeted attacks to what was an attack that would have hit an a random victim this week's explosion is believed to have been detonated by tripwire opposed to package bombs used in the first three blasts fred no now ski is the special agent in charge with atf tripwire is a victim actuated switch literally uses some kind of wire and when there's pressure put on that wire it activates are detonates the device today two people have died in four have been hurt and explosions police say the city of austin is dealing with a serial bomber but aren't sure of a motive chief manley says thirties would like to speak with the person or persons responsible we won't understand what the motive might be behind this or the reason behind this until we have an opportunity to talk to the.