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Biden admin scrambles to expand housing for migrant children
"To criticism for housing undocumented migrant Children in some of the same tent cities over which Democrats criticized previous leaders. Homeland Security says there are no more cages and they are reuniting, not separating migrant families. Trump administration expelled Children To Mexico on We are not expelling young Children. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My Arkus, saying they're racing to rebuild the trump immigration system, he warns anyone thinking of migrating to the U. S. Now should wait. Andy Field, ABC NEWS
The Conservative Political Action Conference happens every year but 2021 will be different
"In Orlando. It's called CPAC, the conservative political action Conference and with a closer look at this year's gathering, ABC News correspondent Andy Field Andy after losing the White House. What's the tone of the conference going to be this year? Well, the theme is called America On canceled. I think they probably got that from former President Trump, who was none too happy about being canceled by Twitter and Facebook and many other social media Basically, Silencing him on all those platforms after many of his tweets were considered, uh, inciting violence, and many of them in retrospect, appeared to have helped Spark the attack on the U. S. Capitol. So Republicans and certainly the Conservatives of this conservative political action conference are angry about this. They're saying that they're being silenced by liberal media. And they're going to speak out about it, which, ironically will be covered by many of the outlets that they considered to be liberal media. Well, it seems also and maybe on a grander scale. The big task for the Republicans is charting their future and and maybe unifying the party because it seems so at this point, so splintered. Well, it is. There was a survey that came out recently. That said 46% of Republicans would gladly join a new party headed by Donald Trump. In split off from the Republican Party. That's a significant number of Republicans who say they're more loyal to Donald Trump of the party. That's a concern for the rest of the party, and certainly Is going to go play into what this conservative political action conference is all about. This is usually the Super Bowl of folks trying to get attention to say, Hey, look at me. I want to run for president the next time around. Except the leader of that group appears to be the man who just was president and wants to get another shot at it. Let's talk more about the former commander in chief. I see that Donald Trump is on the guest list. What about that? And who else would we know who other famous names are on that list? Andy Well, former Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, who has also released We've heard rumblings that he might want to run for office. But would he do it against Donald Trump? We don't know Other people Tom Cotton Ted Cruz. Josh holy of Missouri. All of expressed some interest in the past or present and even future of trying to get the highest office in the land. So this is really kind of Ah, A tag team elbowing match to see who is going to get the most attention who makes the biggest splash here. And then what will former President Trump say? Well, he ignore what happened at the U. S. Capitol will Hey, talk about where he'd like to see the party will even say, Hey, I'm announcing I'm running again. That's all The mystery involved here, which is what former President Trump likes to do is a former TV host is He's the audience to make sure they tune in. Ted Cruz invited But after what happened
Tiger Woods 'awake, responsive and recovering' after surgery following rollover crash
"To recovery. We get the latest details now from ABC News. It was brought to my attention that he had serious leg injuries. Los Angeles County fire chief Darryl as be praising paramedics quick action to pull golfer Tiger Woods out of his one car rollover accident, Rancho Palos Verde is south of Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villa Nueva saying Tiger Woods is 2021 Genesis SUV's construction. They have saved his life. The fry name was totally destroyed the bumpers everything was destroyed. Airbags deployed all of that. And however, thankfully, the interior was more or less intact, which kind of gave him Cushion to survive what otherwise would have been a fatal crash. Police saying Tiger Woods had no sign of alcohol or drug impairment, and they rushed him to a local hospital for surgery. As for his current condition, serious condition as a result of the accident, and that's about all they want to say police, saying the crash site is a downhill slope where they've seen many accidents. Andy Field, ABC News
Democrats seek independent commission to study January 6 attack in Washington, DC
"On the job as a Capitol police officer. In an interview with Good Morning America done, says one guy called him the n word as the crowd joined in his girlfriend's head on a pink maga shirt. Say Hey, voted for Joe Biden guys. Hey, everybody voted for Joe Biden. They say you so the crowd joined everybody Everybody joined in with him done, says some of the rioters beat police officers with blue lives matter flags. Democrats who now control both the House and the Senate, are calling for an outside commission to investigate the attack. Senior congressional aides, saying Democrats won an 11 member January 6th attack Commission leaders in both parties would appoint an even number of members. President Biden would appoint three including the commission chair. Both sides must still resolve how much the investigation will focus on former President Trump's role in demonstrators storming the Capitol. The commission would have till the end of the year to file its report Correspondent Andy Field Tomorrow. The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to wrap up its confirmation hearing for Merrick
More sports stadiums to be used for COVID-19 vaccinations
"Team is fixing the slow pace of vaccinations we committed to do, uh, 100 million vaccinations in the 1st 100 days, and we're exceeding that the president and Vice President Harris taking a virtual tour of Arizona State Farm Stadium, or federal workers, including National Guardsmen and FEMA, are helping more citizens get vaccinated Now. Andy Field,
House Republican leader punts on punishing Marjorie Taylor Greene as Democrats move toward removing her from committees
"House Republicans will do nothing about Georgia Congresswoman and Q A nonbeliever Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has repeated a number of conspiracy theories. Correspondent Andy Field with the latest from Washington. Tonight's Republican minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, saying he will not remove Congresswoman Taylor grain from committees and suggested She will now hold herself to a higher standard, even though she has doubled down on cue and on conspiracy theory statements online representative McCarthy saying he condemns those statements Democrats debating if they will strip Marjorie Taylor green of her committee assignments. House Democrats are expected to vote on a resolution tomorrow that could strip green of those Committee assignments, including one She is on one of the education Committee to win
Biden to sign immigration orders reversing Trump-era rules
"Coming up in 8 45. President Biden wants to reunite families separated the border, and today he'll sign Maury Executive orders A. B C's Andy Field with details now from Washington, first of three immigration exactly Of orders today would try to find all families separated during President Trump's zero tolerance policy and try to reunite them. Another orders government investigate why so many migrants enter the U. S and how to prevent that in their home countries. The third bite in order would review restrictive trump policies and restore the U. S. Asylum system for migrants who under U. S law deserve a fair hearing. That's a B C's Andy
Biden signs immigration orders reversing Trump-era rules
"President Biden wants to reunite families separated at the border during the Trump administration. Today, he'll sign executive orders to help make that happen or from Andy Field, the first of three immigration executive orders today would try to find all families separated during President Trump's zero tolerance policy and try to reunite them. Another orders government investigate why so many Migra Enter the U. S. And how to prevent that in their home countries. The third bite in order would review restrictive trump policies and restore the U. S asylum system for migrants who under U. S law deserve a fair hearing.
Biden executive action reopens Affordable Care Act enrollment amid pandemic
"To sign two executive orders basically the best way to describe it to undo the damage Trump has done President Joe Biden today, opening a special window so more Americans who want to get healthcare coverage can do so through the affordable care act. And the president also ended another trump order relating to Medicaid. ABC is Andy Field joins us on the co Moh news line with details of these new executive orders and Andy. They might be new orders. But the president saying that he's not doing anything new, explain what he means by that? Yeah, it's exactly what was in place when he and President Obama left office. What he basically said in the sound that you just played. Is that he's undoing What President Trump did, which was make things a lot harder. For example, with the affordable Care act, President Trump Shrunk this down to six weeks that you could sign up for these health care. Cooperatives that you could get into and then buy insurance. But in this case, Joe Biden is now expanding it Now from February, 15 to May 15th. It's gonna be a three month enrollment plan for healthcare dot gov. Go on there and sign up just like you used to. It means more to people now because a lot of folks who had insurance through their employer no longer have any insurance at all. And what the Trump administration did was Preclude you from getting it even from healthcare dot gov because they shrunk the enrollment time, so President Biden is just basically bringing that back. He's taking steps. To undo some of the things that Trump administration did with Medicaid sign ups to make it tougher for you to do that. There's also some health care information and this really doesn't affect Americans as much as it does for people overseas. In terms of federal money going to organizations that may have some connection with reproductive health and abortion funding overseas, and he's cutting rid of those restrictions as well. So These are things that basically it's almost bookkeeping for President Biden to get things back to when he was vice president. Certainly, things
Senators prepare for impeachment trial for former President Trump
"Yesterday that there doesn't seem to be much enthusiasm among Republicans to convict former President Trump in his second impeachment trial. Now, some senators are looking at another option as Andy Field reports impeachment trial alternative would be a resolution century former president Trump making him only the second part. Is it in to receive that rebuke the center would possibly prevent Mr Trump from ever running for office again using the 14th amendment that I cried. Tim Kaine and Republican Susan Collins, making the proposal after an earlier vote indicated most Republicans won't vote
Biden to rejoin Paris climate agreement, revoke Trump 'Muslim ban' in first executive orders
"Administration begins The 46th, president of the United States was sworn in at the Capitol this afternoon and this day of pomp, ceremony and celebration continues. Our Al Jones is following the events and has a live report. Larry looking out over a sea of flags instead of Ah, Sea of faces on the National Mall President Joe Biden delivering an inaugural address of Hope and unity. My fellow Americans. This is America's Day. This is Democracy's day Day of history and hope of renewal and resolved. Through a crucible for the ages. America's been tested. A new America has risen to the challenge. I've been out. 46th, president of the United States says politics do not have to be a raging fire, destroying everything in its path. We have to be different than this. Joining the president and vice president on the Capitol steps. Congressional leaders Supreme Court justices past presidents and ABC s Andy Field and and be a different look to this inauguration than, say, four years ago. Of four years ago, eight years ago. I've been pretty much every inaugural now since Reagan and this was an extraordinary, almost low key event, but the speeches were very powerful. Today. Another unusual part. No congressional lunch, no giant crowds just as you mentioned being out there, Chris clear inaugural, with congressional leaders from both parties. Doing something that we have not seen here in Washington several years, which is talking with and complimenting each other President Trump famously stopped talking with some of the top congressional leaders and let others do that. President Biden and vice president right now on the steps of the Capitol, where just two weeks ago insurrectionists were busy bursting into the capital to try to take over. The proceedings here and now it's a peaceful transfer of power. The reviewing 17 76 ceremonial group of musicians marching in front of there, and then he will march drive up. Pennsylvania Avenue to review whatever there is of a virtual parade this year, then get right to work. He's got a lot of things he's going to do on this very first day. In office, including rejoining the Paris climate agreement, preserving the DACA program, making sure the Muslim ban is overturned and he's going to order the Mexican border wall construction stuff, so he's going to do a lot of things on this first day. Then get to work and trying to solve this pandemic and get the economy back in business. Well,
"andy field" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Andy Field in Washington, vice president Pence paying an unannounced visit today to Capitol Hill to meet National Guard members on duty a week after a deadly attack Pence, also talking with officials from the guard, the FBI and homeland security mapping out a strategy for the inauguration committed to an orderly transition. Into a safe inauguration on the American people deserve nothing less literal authorities looking into new threats heading into the inauguration, FBI director Christopher Wray after his aggressive it's gonna stay that way through the inauguration over 100. Arrests have been made A B C's Aaron Khutor ski with more on one of them, the FBI said Kevin Seefried was photographed carrying a Confederate flag through the halls of Congress. In one of the more striking images to emerge from the insurrection. Seefried was arrested in Delaware after authorities issued several bullets. Seeking public help to identify him. The FBI has received more than 125,000 photos and videos. As agents try to find everyone involved. They've looked at airline passenger manifests and airport surveillance cameras. He freed son, who was with him at the Capitol last week, was also arrested. Several lawmakers say they want to award Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman, the congressional gold medal for his bravery and quick thinking during the attack. Incoming first lady Jill Biden, relaunching joining Forces and Obama administration initiative that supports service members, veterans and their families. You're listening to ABC News. It's totally normal to be constipated with belly pain, straining and bloating again and again. No way you could have a chronic condition called irritable bowel syndrome. With constipation or I BSC Lynn's S Orlin, aka Tide is a prescription that treats ivy sc and adults. Lindsay s works differently than laxatives to help relieve belly pain. And let you have more frequent and complete bowel movements. Individual results Mayberry do not give to Children less than six and it should not be given to Children. Six to less than 18. It may harm them. Do.
Judge dismisses Gohmert's attempt to force Pence to decide election
"Brought by Republican Louie Gohmert, who was suing to allow vice President Pence to reject electors and give the election to President Trump correspondent Andy Field. Now, with more federal judge telling Congressman Louie Gohmert, he had no standing in this case, Gomer its claim that vice president Pence should be able to on his own throw out a state's electoral votes. If Mr Pence thought there was fraud or irregularity. Several dozen similar court cases have rejected those claims. Now Republicans have lost another fight to swing the election to Donald Trump in Congress. From Republican
Judge dismisses Gohmert's attempt to force Pence to decide election
"A federal judge in Texas, rejecting another attempt by supporters of President Trump to overturn the election, the federal judge telling Congressman Louie Gohmert, he had no standing in this case. Gomer its claim that vice president Pence should be able to on his own throw out a state's electoral votes. If Mr Penn's thought there was fraud or irregularity, several dozen similar court cases have rejected those claims. Now Republicans have lost another fight to swing the election to Donald Trump in Congress. It is a 57 that baby sees Andy Field reporting.
Trump Warns Republicans Who Didn't Back Election Fraud Claims: 'I Will NEVER FORGET!'
"Shortly shortly after after posting posting a a Christmas Christmas wishes wishes video video with with the the first first lady lady the the president president back back on on Twitter, Twitter, claiming claiming he he saved saved at at least least eight eight Republican Republican senators, senators, including including Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell from from losing losing their their elections. elections. That That they're they're now now sitting sitting back back and and watching watching him him quote quote fight fight against against a a crooked crooked and and vicious vicious foe. foe. The The radical radical left left Democrats, Democrats, the the president president tweeting tweeting in in all all caps. caps. I I will will never never forget forget A A B B C's C's Andy Andy Field Field In In Washington, Washington,
Trump Warns Republicans Who Didn't Back Election Fraud Claims: 'I Will NEVER FORGET!'
"Shortly after posting a Christmas wishes video with the first lady the president back on Twitter, claiming he saved at least eight Republican senators, including Mitch McConnell from losing their elections. That they're now sitting back and watching him quote fight against a crooked and vicious foe. The radical left Democrats, the president tweeting in all caps. I will never forget A B C's Andy Field In Washington,
West Point facing worst cheating scandal in decades
"Academy reporting its worst cheating scandal in more than four decades. West Point accusing more than 70 cadets of cheating on a remote learning exam. Last May, the military academy excuse two of them for lack of evidence for cadets resigned. The rest admitted to cheating and enrolled in a six month academic rehabilitation program. One more event could get them expelled for breaking the West Point Honor code that states a cadet will not lie, Cheat, steal or Tolerate those who do. That's a B C's Andy Field reporting and the
West Point facing worst cheating scandal in decades
"Academy reporting its worst cheating scandal in more than four decades. West Point accusing more than 70 cadets of cheating on a remote learning exam. Last May, the military academy excuse two of them for lack of evidence for cadets resigned. The rest admitted to cheating and enrolled in a six month academic rehabilitation program. One more event could get them expelled for breaking the West Point Honor code that states a cadet will not Lie, cheat, steal or tolerate those who do. ABC is Andy Field in Washington. You're listening to
Congress passes bill to prevent government shutdown for two days, sends it to Trump
"To buy itself a bit more time to avert a government shutdown. Correspondent Andy Field reports from Washington. She's telling ABC News The House will pass a very short term spending bill tonight Move the government shutdown deadline from midnight until late Sunday. They will need the Senate to do the same, but anyone senator could prevent a vote and possibly shut the government tonight. If it passes, lawmakers get two more days to finish their covert 19 relief bill and other spending.
"andy field" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"I'm Andy Field. Trump. Administration officials and congressional Democratic leaders are nowhere close to a deal on a new Corona virus. Economic relief Bill, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says if they don't reach one soon, the president will take executive action. What we are seeing is a goal post that continues to get moved each and every day House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, time is of the essence. The leader and I are determined that we will come to agreement. But it has to meet the needs of the American people. The sticking point that federal bump up and unemployment benefits Democrats want to resume the $600 a week Republicans want to cut it. California health officials say they're worried a downward move in the cove it 19 positivity rating hospitalizations maybe falls due to an issue with case reporting. Investigators in Lebanon want to know why more than 2700 tons of a highly combustible chemical Had been stored for several years in a warehouse at the port of Beirut. That was a sight of yesterday's deadly explosion. This is ABC NEWS FIAT. Chrysler says it's working on a recall with government officials because a 1,000,004 cylinder engine spewed too much pollution. President Trump suing Nevada from mailing general election balanced active voters while encouraging voters in Florida to use the same system. President Trump railed against mail in voting for weeks falsely claiming it would lead to a widespread voter fraud. But he's Now claiming Florida system is safe and secure. This comes is the key swing states. Secretary of State reports a surgeon Democratic request to vote by mail. Democrats currently have about 1.9 million voters signed up to vote by mail, while Republicans only have about 1.3 million and as the liquid Terry ABC NEWS Washington Colorado State University launching an investigation into the athletic department, following allegations of student athletes were discouraged for being tested for covert 19 Also, allegations of players were told their time on the field could be affected by a positive test. Andy Field ABC News Have you ever wanted to learn a new language like French, Spanish.
"andy field" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"News. I'm Andy Field. President Trump says states must continue to live covert 19 restrictions. A permanent lock down is not a viable path toward Producing the result that you want or certainly not a viable path forward and would ultimately inflict more harm that it would prevent, he says. That includes reopening schools. But Dr Anthony Fauci says a one size fits all approach won't work. The primary consideration should always be The safety, the health and the welfare of the Children, as well as the teachers and the secondary effects for spreading. Oh, thank God to the parents and other family members, he says. Each state must make its decision based solely on data. Forecasters say. Tropical Storm Essa is now expected to reach hurricane strength again by the time it makes landfall tonight in the Carolinas. Tropical storm warnings in effect all the way to New England. This is ABC News. A group of college athletes threatening to boycott playing this fall. If things don't change, ABC is Alex Stone, with story with pro sports like the MLB hitting hurdles as it tries to play ball now some Pac 12 football players or threatening topped out because of Cove in 19 and because of racial and economic issues in college sports. The player is posting a list of demands online 13 Pac 12 players from 10 schools around the list, including Oregon Star Safety Javon Holland. Alex Stone ABC name Wisconsin Brewer lining Kugel XYZ retiring its logo of a Native American woman company president Declining, Kugel says the brewery has been working to update the look and feel of the lining Kugel, Brandon and doing so will retire the image of the Native American woman, which has been on the label since the 19 thirties. The company was founded in 18 67 and was acquired by Miller Brewing Company in 1988. New logo and packaging will be rolled out in 2021. Ryan Burrow. ABC NEWS Andy Field, ABC News Working from Home is driving up the worst type of cyber crime hold title theft. We're doing it all from home now, right, working banking, videoconferencing, meal deliveries and shopping cybercriminals. They're targeting our.
"andy field" Discussed on KOMO
"DC correspondent Andy field joins us and you give us the update Wall Street the world are waiting what's the hold up all the Bruce Lee is the age old problem between conservatives Republicans Democrats liberals that is that the Republicans philosophy is you give the money to corporations electricals down to the worker I am saying that the building the Democrats are saying no that hasn't worked in the past and didn't work in two thousand eight the big bail out it didn't work with the tax relief that we solve a few years ago with president trump's companies instead of giving that money to workers in the in the in big bonuses and pay raises of hiring more people what they did was buy back stock I had to make the call the bottom one look better including increase the salaries of executives Democrats say we're not going to be Charlie Brown here Lucy again we're not gonna let you hold the ball will kick it meant up on our backs that's why we have this hold up because the Democrats do hold the cards here they have to get this through the house which is Democrats control balance so they are playing hardball with the president Republicans saying we want to make sure you're protecting the workers first and the corporation second what's the conventional wisdom do people think that they will get a deal done fairly quickly any gas on that anti well we keep hearing from Chuck Schumer the democratic leader Goshen sentence saying that they are this close holding his fingers ever so close together but you know the country is holding its breath wait for those figures to come together in the meantime the president still holding a news conference as we speak I've been watching that for the last hour hi he keeps suggesting that perhaps after fifteen days will find a way to get the country back to work again despite the fact that health officials are saying that is not a good idea the motion to continue to run high will monitor the around the clock negotiations to get this done we think ABC's Andy field on the komo news line and that brings us to a forty and that means time for a propellant churns money update.
"andy field" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Andy field has the latest local sources confirming to ABC that the director of national intelligence told members of Congress that Russia is once again interfering in the American national election process by trying to get president trump reelected sources also confirming the president was angered when he learned of the briefing saying the Democrats would use that information against them trump ally Roger stone has been sentenced to more than three years in prison fined twenty thousand dollars on his convictions for witness tampering and lying to Congress there is speculation that president trump made part in his longtime loyalist but the president saying today in Las Vegas that he was going to hold off on acting for now but I'm not going to do anything in terms of the great powers bestowed upon a president of the United States I want the process to play out I think that's the best thing to do Mr trump says he would love to see Stone exonerated the president of the university of Michigan apologizing today to anyone who is harmed by the school's former doctor Robert Anderson he died in two thousand a former student athlete told the school he was sexually abused by Anderson in the nineteen seventies university spokesman wrecked it's Gerald says they want more people to come forward it's critically important and Anna and that people come forward and alert us to misconduct the seventy two year old man says he was final during a medical exam by Anderson in the nineteen sixties he complained about the school did nothing Ribeiro ABC news in Spokane Washington for Americans have tested positive for covert nineteen coronavirus being transported to a hospital for treatment patients were taken to the Spokane International Airport from Travis Air Force base in Sacramento California in stable condition coronavirus worry send stocks lower in a dizzying day of trading today the Dow fell one hundred and twenty eight points the S. and P. down twelve you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John Byrne I see at three oh two with your top local stories California lawmakers are officially apologizing to Japanese Americans for helping to send them to internment camps the resolution passed today declare such an assault on freedom will never happen again this comes nearly eighty years after the U. S. forced more than one hundred twenty thousand people of Japanese descent from their homes during the second World War they were taken to ten camps located in California Arizona Wyoming Colorado Utah and Arkansas the move comes a day after at least three states declared a day of remembrance the body of a missing portable firefighter can now be laid to rest the remains of Patrick Jones were uncovered in the rubble of the city library today Porterville fire chief David lapierre says searchers didn't give up looking for Jones's body the agencies they had a choice to stop their operations to the cover of darkness and they decided to push on through and dig until they found him Jones went missing during the early stage as of the fire on Tuesday he died alongside fire captain Raymond Figaro up a procession to take Jones's body to the Tulare county coroner's office took place early this morning flags at the state capitol are at half staff to honor the fallen heroes two thirteen year old boys have been arrested accused of starting the fire prosecutors say they will not be tried as adults traffic.
"andy field" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Correspondent Andy Field has the story of American civil war icon, Harry. Tubman was supposed to be on the twenty dollar Bill next year. But surgery secretary Steve Mnuchin says the Trump administration's put that offer now because he must first deal with counterfeiting and the security features but in two thousand sixteen. President Trump told NBC's today show, he didn't want Tubman replacing. Andrew Jackson on the twenty. I don't like seeing it. Yes. I think it's pure political correctness Mnuchin declined to say, whether he would support tub men's image on the Bill, an Iowa woman in town for her daughter's college. Graduation was shot and wounded while standing on a subway platform in Brooklyn. Police say it happened last night just before ten thirty. She suffered a grace wound to her ankle at the Franklin avenue. Botanic gardens number four station in crown heights. Police say the suspect was shooting across the train tracks at another person, daily news says the woman's daughter was graduating from NYU, there have been no arrests wins news time, seven forty nine. A Long Island man who spent thirty three years behind bars for north. Bill port murder. He insisted all that time. He didn't commit was in court today as a judge threw out the conviction the courtroom erupted in applause, when the judge vacated the murder and attempted rape indictment and conviction Keith Bush's now a free man and no longer has to register as a sex offender, he spent thirty three years in prison for a crime. This Suffolk district attorney agreed. He never committed was released on parole. In two thousand eight at a news conference Bush said his emotions ran the gamut from joy to sadness forty four years is more than a lifetime of suffering. And I know that, that cannot be brought back, but there is opportunities to learn to grow district. Attorney Timothy Seaney said Bush never received a fair trial. There was a cover-up of the truth. Carol your attention wins on Long Island. Wins news time is seven fifty the weight. Limit for the parking deck said three tonnes. The truck with all of its cargo weighed forty. Tons the results pretty much. What you'd expect north.
"andy field" Discussed on KOMO
"To LA. ABC's Andy Field joins us on the KOMO Newsline. And Andy the government had granted a lot of money. And then suddenly is taking back billions. And the governor says this is political retribution. Well, it did surly a coincidence. That comes literally a day or two after Gavin Newsom. The governor said he was going to pull troops from the border and the national guard troops from the border in southern California. Mexico didn't make the president happy. So is the president has fond of saying when someone punches him. He punches back closes hard. And this is punching him right in the wallet. By saying we're gonna take nearly a billion dollars. We had pledged to you. So this rail project, we're gonna take it back since you wasted the money in the first place and the president. We listen the governor of admits that this cost overruns in a lot of waste to this president is just pointing out with the governor saying the problem is can the government take back money that they've already pledged in. Of course, you're going to see. On this as with all things, it seems to the Trump administration. Andy, do we know of any fairly recent examples, whether it's this administration, the Obama administration any others that have basically said you're not doing what you're supposed to do with that money. So we want back. The only thing I can recall recently was during the Obama administration. And I can't remember the name of the company, but it was a it was a solar panel company Lucinda syndrome or something like that..
"andy field" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"ABC's? Andy Field has details of a new ABC news Washington Post poll, well, six out of ten Americans say they want congress to examine the president's. Taxes? Nearly the same numbers want Democrats in congress to look into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia as well as possible financial connections between the president and foreign governments at the same time. Only forty percent say they support congress impeaching the president Massachusetts. Governor Charlie Baker is proposing elimination of a welfare rule that benefits children born into families already receiving public assistance provisions in the forty two point seven billion dollars state budget. He filed would end the policy known as the family cap Baker vetoed a Bill last year that would have lifted the cap when lawmakers refused his request for other welfare changes. Well, it's six eleven time now for sports, Chris famous here. Good morning, Chris. Good morning are the patriots started their preparations for the Rams and Super Bowl fifty three a few days ago. But this morning fans will get their first crack emission six as New England will host a sendoff rally, which of course, is open to the public this morning in Foxborough. Gates open in just a few hours, and they'll be music and speakers. And I heard the blue man group is even going to perform it's just the kind of stuff the patriots captain Devin mccourty cherishes sharing with teammates to so much more than what we just sitting me and then go to practice on. And that's why I love the whole journey a process of going to the Super Bowl because it's a a week together. One last time for a team that you feel special on that. You don't want to take advantage of mccourty and is made fly out to Atlanta directly after as for the rest of the NFL today. It's the Pro Bowl mid-afternoon down in Orlando. Celtics have the day off after last night's one fifteen one eleven loss at home against Golden State, Boston just ran out of gas and this one late with just three points in the final three minutes. This after the green had a race day six point deficit to begin the fourth quarter. Kevin Durant lead all scores with thirty three points. Kyrie Irving had thirty two for the Celtics Brooklyn tomorrow night and h Al all-star game now in the rear view mirror. The metropolitan division champions in the three on three format David pasta. And I got a couple of. Assistant semi-final loss. Sidney Crosby was named the game's MVP and the Bruins will return to action Tuesday night at home against Winnipeg. Finally, tennis Novak Djokovic defeated in straight sets to capture the Australian Open crown Chris pharma WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Breaking.
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"Seven thirty in news ninety six point five WDBO after telling the house speaker she couldn't use a military plane to travel to Afghantistan the president has now canceled another trip for his own cabinet. Andy Field explains from Capitol Hill, the president telling his Treasury Secretary he'll have to stay home. And skip the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, saying it's out of respect for eight hundred thousand federal workers going without pay earlier. The president denied house speaker Nancy Pelosi the use of an air force jet for a fact-finding overseas trip to Afghanistan all that after the speaker asked the president to put off the state of the union address until both sides and the nearly month long shutdown house minority leader Kevin McCarthy said the president's decision to not let Pelosi leave Washington is completely appropriate. Why would you want to go overseas with government shutdown? With people missing their paychecks that if we don't get this back open, they could miss their paycheck again by next week. News ninety six point five WDBO. Orlando turns first for severe weather. I'm Tom Terry. Nice. Seasonal weather today. Gets even warmer tomorrow. That's coming up. I'm Tony Marino. Clear. Cool sixty two at Amway center. Lashes back in five minutes. In Winter Park this afternoon. Governor Rhonda Santa's says he's clearing the path for medical marijuana. And then he intends to dismiss the lawsuit that was launched by former governor, Rick Scott, whether they have to smoke it or not who am I to judge that I want people to be able to have their suffering relieved the Santa's calling the nearly seventy percent vote for amendment for an overwhelming majority. Congressman Darren Soto beating with members of central Florida's Venezuelan community today to announce the Venezuela TPS act Lee legislation that has been filed longside congressman Mario Diaz Balart that would allow Venezuelan nationals living in the US to become eligible for temporary protected status. TPS Orlando police say they found the pickup truck involved in the deadly hit and run crash that we've been telling you about on state road four await last night. Police are still looking for the driver of the truck. However, and they have not yet released that person's name or the name of the victim to people are dead including a gunman third person injured at an Alabama. Hop shooting. Huntsville police say dispute between employees and customers would lead to the shooter because tumor. The started with a customer came in for service to here and was upset about something walked out back out to the parking lot retrieved a handgun and came back out of the business began shooting President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen acknowledging in a tweet today that he paid a technology company to falsely improve Trump's standing in to online polls during the election. One was about the election. One was about wealthy businessmen. The tech company's owner told the Wall Street Journal Cohen paid him fifty thousand dollars and the NFL announced today that soul singer in Georgia native Gladys Knight.
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"Everyone who runs for public federal office, but their tax returns on law. Warren speaking there at an event in New Hampshire today. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers continued to struggle as the partial government shutdown extends into day, twenty two longest ever government shutdown leaving eight hundred thousand federal workers and paycheck limbo, three union suing the government saying it is unconstitutional to force many of them to work without pay congress voting to give them lost wages, but only when the government reopens Andy Field in Washington there at least three people are dead. Dozens more injured after an explosion at a bakery in Paris today. Legends services were called to a possible gas leak in the ninth small in central Paris. This morning firefighters were just arriving on the scene when the explosion occurred. The force of the blast overturned cars and shattered windows in nearby shops. The bakery had not yet opened at the time. Among the dead are firefighters who are part of the response team and a Spanish woman who was on holiday in Paris with her. Husband do McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London, Wisconsin teenager, missing for three months after the murder of her parents back home as a thorny say she escaped her captor and flag down help thority say a suspect has been arrested in the kidnapping of thirteen year old Jamie clause, and for the murder for parents authorities in Davis, California searching for a motive in what they're calling an ambush attack on a rookie police officer. You're listening to ABC news KOMO, Seattle, KOMO FM Oakville..
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"Ten thirty eight on this Wednesday morning and Wall Street's off to a mixed start. Let's get the latest now from Bloomberg's Martin Carl morning Martin. Thanks kendall. An aide to President Trump the economists Kevin Hassett says Federal Reserve chairman Drome Powell's job is one hundred percent safe. The president was reportedly thinking about firing Powell over the Fed's rate hikes that the president said was hurting the market. We'll see if the markets reacted to this note of calm right now. The Dow is up eleven points, you mentioned mixed while it was up two hundred twenty eight earlier today in dipped into negative territory moments ago, again up twelve right now, NASDAQ up forty eight the s&p up six the Massachusetts minimum wage goes up to twelve bucks an hour January first, and as we know it's supposed to reach fifteen twenty twenty three. But the Boston Globe reports some employers are not waiting. They're paying fifteen dollars an hour. Now, the idea is to beat the competition to attract and retain employees in this very tight labor. Market. I'm Martin to Carrow Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. Thank you Martin President Trump's offering his investment advice in the Oval Office after calling troops overseas. This Christmas ABC's Andy Field has the details. President Trump blaming the fed interest rate hike on the latest stock market plunge, and then telling worried investors prices will turn around. So I think it's a tremendous opportunity to buy really a great opportunity but analysts saying the president's decisions on the shutdown and oversees security created the insecurity that sparked the worst ever US Christmas Eve selloff Andy Field. ABC news, Washington. International news three Syrian soldiers reportedly injured after Israeli airstrikes, targeted a weapons depot near the capital, Damascus overnight. According to the military. Most of the missiles were intercepted before they reached their targets. Israel is now confirmed an airstrike. But said an air defense systems worth triggered by Syrian anti aircraft. Missile President Trump says he's received an invite from Turkey's president to meet in two thousand nineteen as the US pulls out of Syria. CBS correspondent chip Reid. Talks about the stakes in that potential meeting. Their enormous, obviously there is a tremendous disruption at the Pentagon over a pulling out of Syria. So suddenly, the president is now saying it's going to be very orderly and slow pull out he claims, the American people, and and the troops themselves actually support this. It's not clear that that's the case at all. And certainly the brass at the Pentagon does not support this. Meanwhile, pope Francis has offered his Christmas wish for fraternity among people of different faiths races or ideas, urging the world to put aside partisan interest. Find a political solution to wars in Syria and Yemen and conflicts in Ukraine and on the Korean peninsula. Speaking of which. Government officials from both north and South Korea embarking on a project connect for northern and southern railways and roads they gathered at a North Korean border town for a groundbreaking ceremony yesterday, according to officials at may seem like progress, but unless more is done denuclearize north the project might not go much further. In addition both sides can't move forward unless the US lift sanctions against the north. Ten forty one now time to check in on sports WBZ's Chris checks in on an NBA superstar.
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"From correspondent Andy Field, President Trump comparing journalists Jamal kashogi disappearance to the bread. Cavanaugh assault accusation saying quote, here we go again with you're guilty until proven innocent. Mr. Trump talking about claims the Saudis killed kashogi inside their Turkish consulate. Turkish officials say there is evidence that did happen despite the president saying the Saudi King and crown prince tonight, they know anything about it. The president's actions come amid questions about his family businesses financial ties to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia more on that angle from correspondent Jonathan Karl. The president tweeted quote for the record I have no financial interest in Saudi Arabia, but just three years ago. He said this Saudi Arabia, and I get along great with they buy apartments. For me. They spend forty million sixty million supposed to dislike him I like him very much over the years. The Saudi's have invested in several major Trump projects in nineteen Ninety-one. They bought his yacht. Four years later, a Saudi prince was part of a group that bought Trump's plaza hotel. Turkish officials says the body of the missing journalists was cut into pieces after he was killed inside the Saudi consulate officials have identified the Saudis involved in the murder and removal of the remains at least one of them said to be close to the crown prince wins news time four zero six while polls. Say voters are motivated specifically to vote against Republicans in swing districts because of President Trump and his actions, he says, he won't be his fault. If the GOP loses the house in an interview with the Associated Press, President Donald Trump says if Republicans lose the house in the midterm elections next month, he's not to blame. Trump said he thinks the GOP is going to do well instead of his efforts on the campaign trail. I don't believe anybody has ever had this kind of impact the president also accused former personal attorney Michael Cohen of lying under oath and argued the widespread condemnation of the Saudi government in the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi is a rush to judgment Trump. Also defended calling porn actress stormy Daniels horseface in. Tweet tuesday. Mike rossier? Washington wins news time four seven legal recreational sales of marijuana kicked off at midnight in Canada making the great white north the second largest country with a legal national marijuana. Marketplace Canadians can also order marijuana products now through websites run by provinces or private retailers and have their products delivered by mail, New York. Lawmakers are moving forward with hearings on legalizing cannabis in the Empire State plead witness David sodaris, the Albany district attorney favors legalizing recreational pot. But he hopes if that happens New York learns from the mistakes of Colorado, he said each person Colorado is allowed to grow six plants average citizens who have no interest in consuming web, no interest.
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"I'm Andy Field. ABC news. Federal court in Los Angeles. Dismisses a high profile case against President Trump ABC's Alec stone has details from Los Angeles. President Trump's attorney is calling it a total victory for the president. A federal judge here in L A dismissing stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump Daniels. Claim the president defamed her when he tweeted about a composite sketch of a man Daniel says threatened her to keep her quiet about her alleged affair with Trump in that tweet the president called it a quote, total con job the judge called the president's tweet. A hyperbolic statement against a political adversary Daniels attorney is vowing to appeal Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. President Trump again expressed skepticism about climate change in an interview Sunday night. But a former top federal official says it's becoming a national security concern. More from komo's Gregg Hersholt. John Cohen is an ABC news consultant, and he's the former acting undersecretary for intelligence at the Depa. Government of homeland security. He says storms like hurricane, Michael. Or a definite wakeup call happening more frequently and when they are happening, they they tend to be stronger. So anyone in the doing the work of homeland security or emergency management is going to have to take into consideration? In the years ahead. We can expect that trend to continue. And that's where we should be putting our resources he says that involves using all available information and understanding the threats and risks based on facts, regardless of political loyalties, President Trump told sixty minutes last night that he believes many scientists who warned about climate change have a political bias Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. Komo.
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"I'm Andy Field outside the US Senate were a half hour from now they will see if there are enough members willing to end debate and led judge Kavanagh's confirmation. Come to a vote. I think this will be very close democratic Senator Chris coons telling ABC news, he has not gotten. Yes. Or no answers from fence sitting senators Jeff flake, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski, several of my friends who are undecided have not returned by calls in the last day. And that typically as a way of Senator tells you they're busy deciding who decision clock is running out judiciary chair Republican Chuck Grassley says most Republicans satisfied the FBI report shows nothing supporting the sexual assault claims. And he agrees with judge Kavanagh's claim that this was a political hip just about destroyed a good person to be on the supreme court. The vote to end debate set for later this hour. I'm Andy Field on Capitol Hill. Now with more news. Here's Michelle Franzen. And speaking just moments ago on the floor judiciary committee chair Chuck Grassley. This is an outrage the political motives behind the Democrats actions should be obvious to everyone followed by ranking judiciary member Senator Dianne Feinstein ever before have we had a supreme court nominee for over ninety percent of his record has been hidden from the public and the Senate President Trump this morning tweeting about protesters against Cavanaugh at the Senate calling them quote route elevator screamers the new jobs report from the Labor Department showing unemployment is down three point seven percent. Unemployment rate. The lowest the lowest rate we've seen since nineteen sixty nine. So I think that that sort of confirms many of the other numbers we're seeing right now. And that is that the economy is actually really healthy at the moment. That's JJ kina Hannah TD Ameritrade one hundred and thirty four thousand jobs were added last month. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.
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"Five was one of seven goals that Clark won the far western international swimming championships. Over the weekend the last person to set that record. Was Michael Phelps this is Clark's coach d. Uranga k. broke that record, by a second which is a, lot in swimming but not only that competition by. Over five seconds and if you don't mind taking advice from a ten year old Clark's would be keep your. Dreams in mind never give him up no matter what anybody says for. What. It's worth Cheri Preston, ABC news police say a kidnapped child is in danger after vanishing from an, airport in. Washington DC police think woman walked off with a twelve year, old Chinese girl. Reagan, national airport well she was with. A tour group she is believed to have left the airport with an unknown middle aged, Asian, female police chief David huckler saying the woman was seen entering a white INFINITI car with New York license plates along with. A male companion they've issued an amber alert along the east coast to. Find the girl Andy Field ABC news Washington CBS reported better than expected revenue in the second quarter is the company is consumed by the sexual misconduct allegations against its chief executive feel very good about our record resulted today. In the, quarterly earnings conference Carl chief les Moonves stuck to the. Script on advice of counsel the CBS representatives said nobody on the call would talk about the sexual misconduct allegations against moon vest who thus. Far remains in his job while CBS hired two prominent law firms, to investigate Mary Jo White a former US attorney and former chair of the securities and Exchange Commission, will co, lead the, investigation Aaron, Katersky ABC, news New, York.
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"I got Here's ABC's. Andy Field the recording appears to indicate the President Trump discussed payments to silence a playboy model from disclosing her claim that she and Mr. Trump had an affair before the two thousand. Sixteen election Cohen's lawyer says the Tate clearly shows that then candidate Trump said that they should quote pay. In cash Mr. Trump's lawyers say he, actually said don't pay in cash ABC's Andy Field reporting. From Washington The government reported to a federal judge that as of today one thousand and twelve children separated from their parents at the border have been reunited. With their families out of the twenty five hundred separated but the judge has now ordered the government to. Provide a list by tomorrow of parents, who the government lost track of or who were deported There are about four hundred sixty three, potential parents who are no longer in the US. And the government conceding to the judge that. For about thirty seven children no parents, have been identified the judge angry at the government for losing track of some parents but the judge. Also praising the government on its. Speed and reuniting over a thousand other children with their parents ABC's Alec stone the candidate. Backed by President Trump in Georgia's gubernatorial primary has just. Won the Republican nomination there Brian can't will now. Take on democrat Stacey Abrams. In her bid to become the. First African American woman elected governor in, the United States farmers who've been hurt by President Trump's tariffs against China could soon receive twelve, billion dollars in aid from the Trump administration but several Republicans aren't on board with the bailout plan Senator rand Paul calling the plan welfare. For farmers you're listening to ABC news this is a Bloomberg market minute the blue chips posted a solid gain but the NASDAQ lost a little Ground the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred. Ninety seven points or eight tenths percent to twenty five thousand to forty one the NASDAQ fell one point the s. and p. five hundred rose thirteen points or half a percent AT and. T. posted an adjusted profit of ninety one cents a share for the second quarter that top, forecast the company also issued stronger than expected guidance for the full year first daughter Ivanka Trump shutting down her fashion company Ivanka, Trump saying her focus now is on her work. In Washington several retailers will continue to carry. Her products at least through the end, of the year Purdue farm says it simply smart budget.
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"Andy field has details market analysts art cashin with ubs says inflation worries in part drove the market crash but there's also concern about what's happening in washington friday we add a buyer's boycott everybody was afraid to buy with the republican memo going around what would happen with debut resignation that continued monday with many analysts also saying it's a long overdue market correction andy field abc news we'll have more coming up in business at five thirty eight the new york times reports lawyers from president trump has advised him against than in person interview with special counsel robert muller now reportedly worried the president could be charged with lying to investigators looking into russian interference in the 2016 election cbs's leonard steinhorn reports there's a lot of anxiety among the president's lawyers and top aides that if he does get the room with a special prosecutor that he could say something that could be incriminating he could be caught in a miss truth the lawyers concerm seemed to be at odds with the president who said last month he was looking forward to an interview with muller and was willing to do so under oath a week after president trump declassified a gop memo criticising the fbi and the russian probe democrats on the house intelligence committee are pushing back the committee has unanimously voted to release the democrats rebuttal memo in an attempt to cow under the republicans arguments about an alleged fbi conspiracy against the president the president now has five days to review the mental and decide whether it should be released all this was robbed ground caskey after the super bowl on sunday night this thanks to be on the side for sure it's thinks and this new news probably isn't helping just hours after returning home from the super bowl loss in minnesota yesterday police confirmed a burglary at his home in foxborough is wbz's ben parker is at the foxborough police department this morning with the latest warning been good morning josh this probably stinks to or foxborough police call log shows that officers responded to rob gone cosby's home about six fifteen last night four a burglary agriculture gave the rest of the patriots returned to foxborough late yesterday afternoon after super bowl fifty two in minneapolis ground kosgey lives a little more than a mile from gillette stadium it's not known.